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  • Gulf oil spill: The tongue-lashing revs up

     
    Members of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee on Tuesday afternoon grilled the same trio of executives from BP America, Transocean and Halliburton who had faced a morning hearing before the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. And...
  • Brewers' Uecker OK after heart surgery

     
    Tribune News ServicesMilwaukee Brewers radio announcer Bob Uecker had successful heart surgery Friday, a six-hour procedure that will keep him away from his beloved team for up to three months. In a statement, Uecker's surgeon said he replaced the 75-...
  • Nerves fray on reunion tour, Peter Case continues minus Paul Collins

     
    Peter Case has split with Paul Collins from the Nerves reunion tour they were on. Peter Case will continue on his own, focusing on songs from the Plimsouls, the band he formed after the Nerves disbanded....
  • Gil Cates: Consummate Hollywood professional

     
    Gil Cates dies: Gil Cates, a consummate Hollywood professional who was a 14-time producer of the annual Oscar telecast and was also the founding dean of the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television, has died at 77....
  • Trivia

    Trivia
    During the period when Howard E. Rollins Jr. was in rehab, Virgil was said to be in New Orleans working with the FBI. Also, when Carroll O'Connor was recovering from heart surgery, his absence was explained by having him attend a police convention. -----...
  • DeBakey Library And Museum Complete

    DeBakey Library And Museum Complete
    Houston has its share of museums like the one for fine art, natural science and children, but now there is one like no other. "This museum was unique because Dr. DeBakey was unique," said Dr. William Butler, Interim President of the Baylor College of...
  • Hospital tech's upbeat care helps pick up pace of heart patients' recovery

    Hospital tech's upbeat care helps pick up pace of heart patients' recovery
    On the eighth floor at Florida Hospital, the sound of Canadian crooner Michael Bublé can only mean one thing: Steve Golub is walking a patient. An elderly woman recovering from bypass heart surgery gently pushes a tricked-out walker Golub decorated...
  • 39 Interactive:Telestroke

    39 Interactive:Telestroke
    In the Neuro ICU unit at St.Lukes Hospital there is technology you'd expect to see, like a Portable Cat-Scan tucked in a corner, but not far away something stands out. There's more than just a video conference with Skype going on with the doctors here....
  • Setting a good example

    When Glendale volunteer Shelley Weitzel received a phone call from the nominating committee of the National Charity League in April, she assumed the members of the nonprofit organization wanted her to take back her previous post as vice president of...
  • Golden Girl Rue McClanahan Dead at 76

    Golden Girl Rue McClanahan Dead at 76
    NEW YORK -- Rue McClanahan, the Emmy-winning actress who brought the sexually liberated Southern belle Blanche Devereaux to life on the hit TV series "The Golden Girls," has died. She was 76. Her manager Barbara Lawrence said McClanahan died Thursday...
  • Congress Keeps Doctors in Limbo Over Medicare Cut

    Congress Keeps Doctors in Limbo Over Medicare Cut
    Medicare doctors nationwide are still waiting to see how much they'll be paid and when as lawmakers are locked in a stalemate over a looming 21% cut in doctors' fees. This is the third time this year congress postponed the reduction, and there seems to be...
  • John Wooden, the poet laureate of reason, kindness and decency

    John Wooden, the poet laureate of reason, kindness and decency
    Reprinted from the Los Angeles Times magazine, March 29, 1998 I am just steps out of John Wooden's condo when I realize he has, once again, transformed me into Jack Nicholson, gazing across the dinner table at Helen Hunt. Wooden has made me want to be...