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  • Cross-country ski trek in Yosemite never fails to inspire

    YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK, Calif. From this lofty perch, even mighty El Capitan gets cut down to size. It's all a matter of scale. A trip to 7,385-foot-high Dewey Point above the south rim of Yosemite Valley forces the mind to reassess what's big. So...
  • Jenna Vollono, New Haven

    Jenna Vollono, New Haven
    Jenna Vollono, a resident of New Haven's Westville neighborhood and an East Haven native, was spotted on the corner of Whitney & Trumbull aves. on the opening day of her new business, Hive Hair Studio (93 Whitney Ave., New Haven). CTNow: Are there any...
  • Losses are still tough for Florida's Billy Donovan

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — One of the toughest lessons Billy Donovan had to learn as a coach was how to let go once the clock ran out. Losing wore on Donovan as a young coach. Eventually, he would realize that obsessively analyzing every detail of what went...
  • Ukraine's loss of Crimea has NATO examining its core mission

    Ukraine's loss of Crimea has NATO examining its core mission
    BRUSSELS — Last fall, nearly 6,000 NATO troops, mostly in Eastern Europe and the Baltics, trained to repel an invasion by a fictional country that bore an uncanny resemblance to Russia. Five months later that scenario no longer seems so remote....
  • Gwar, whose lead singer died Sunday, was set to announce area show

    Gwar, the satirical, theatrical shock-rock band whose singer, Dave Brockie, was found dead in his home Sunday, was scheduled to announce an area concert, officials said. Gwar was going to announce Wednesday, that it was coming to Sherman Theater in...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Jenn Kuehn SHiFTs The Way The Shoreline Thinks About Cycling

    For the past year Jenn Kuehn and her team at Shred Training in Madison have been sharing their love of physical fitness to transform people's lives both physically and psychologically, one bead of sweat at a time. Now, Kuehn has expanded her cycling...
  • Gators coach Billy Donovan hopes to avert another NCAA Tournament disappointment

    Gators coach Billy Donovan hopes to avert another NCAA Tournament disappointment
    MEMPHIS, Tenn. — One of the toughest lessons Billy Donovan had to learn as a coach was how to let go once the clock ran out. Losing wore on Donovan as a young coach. Eventually, he would realize obsessively analyzing every detail of what went...
  • North Korea test-launches 2 medium-range missiles

    SEOUL –- North Korea test-launched two medium-range ballistic missiles early Wednesday in violation of U.N. Security Council resolutions, officials said. The South Korean military said the missiles were launched just after 2:30 a.m. and flew for a...
  • Hobby Lobby doesn't have religious rights

    The U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. Let's concentrate for a moment on the "Inc." part. Hobby Lobby is a for-profit corporation selling arts and crafts. It is asking the court to declare that its...
  • House advances super-sized sales-tax holidays, shuts down Democratic amendments

    TALLAHASSEE -- Florida shoppers could get sales-tax "holidays" on computers, hurricane supplies, dryers, toilets, gym memberships and a raft of other goods under a plan advanced in the state House Wednesday.   Lawmakers are using the state's budget...
  • Will ranked 25th healthiest county in Illinois

    Will ranked 25th healthiest county in Illinois
    Will County ranks in the top quarter of Illinois' healthiest counties, according to the results of a study released this week. Will checked in as the 25th healthiest county out of the state's 102 counties, according to data from the County Health...
  • 'Pre-hypertension' is a new term to identify people at risk for high blood pressure

    Q: I'm 60 years old. My blood pressure is around 130/80. In the past, I've always been told I have normal blood pressure. Now my doctor says I have "pre-hypertension." What does this mean? Do I need treatment? A: I can understand your confusion. Here's...