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  • The Siren's Call: What really happened to the Knights Templar?

    The Siren's Call: What really happened to the Knights Templar?
    The Templars were an elite taskforce -- consider them the Green Berets of the Middle Ages. They were known for their service to the pope, their fierce determination to wrest Jerusalem from the enemy, their great wealth and, like many groups, their...
  • Freemasons in midst of popularity, membership boom

    Freemasons in midst of popularity, membership boom
    IN LOS FELIZ, across from a 7-Eleven on North Vermont Avenue, a few dozen men in their early 20s to late 80s share a dinner behind closed doors. Some wear full tuxedos with bow ties and jeweled cuff links, some have shoulder-length hair, and others wear...
  • Shootings at parties leave 2 dead, many hurt

    Two teens were killed and at least nine people were injured in weekend gunfire at two crowded parties in south Los Angeles County, investigators said Sunday. The unrelated parties were widely publicized. Details about one event, held at a rented Long...
  • How to Care for Your Bones

    How to Care for Your Bones
    Bones are the body's first lines of defense. They protect the brain, heart and lungs and anchor the muscles. They keep us mobile. And all they ask in return is our support to keep them strong: good nutrition, weight-bearing exercise, calcium and vitamin...
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    The FOX40 2010 Great Toy Drive runs from Friday, November 26th with donations accepted through Friday, December 17. FOX40 News is pleased once again to  partner with the Shriners Hospital for Children and bring some hope to a child's holiday season. ...
  • Mexican Day Care Fire Victim Arrives in Sacramento

    Mexican Day Care Fire Victim Arrives in Sacramento
    A three-year-old girl who was among dozens injured in a fatal day care fire in northern Mexico arrived Saturday at a regional pediatric burn hospital in Sacramento. The girl has burns over 80 percent of her body and is expected to require months of...
  • Victims Of Mexico Day Care Fire Arrive In Sacramento

    Victims Of Mexico Day Care Fire Arrive In Sacramento
    The president of Mexico has ordered an investigation into a fire at a day care center that killed 31-children. 25 other children and 5 employees were hospitalized after Friday's fire in Northern Mexico. The fire may have started at a nearby tire and car...
  • Fire Victim to Undergo Surgery at Shriners Hospital

    Fire Victim to Undergo Surgery at Shriners Hospital
    A 3-year-old boy who was badly burned in a fire that killed dozens at a Mexican day care center was scheduled to undergo several hours of skin grafting surgery, a Sacramento pediatric hospital official said Sunday. The boy was burned over about half...
  • Woman Wants To Donate Skin To Burn Victims

    Woman Wants To Donate Skin To Burn Victims
    A lot of folks have been asking how they can help the children burned in a daycare center in Hermosillo, Mexico. Some want to donate toys, others money. But an Orangevale woman said she is willing to donate the skin off her back, and then some. Like...
  • How to Care for Your Bones: for Starters, Drink Milk

    How to Care for Your Bones: for Starters, Drink Milk
    Bones are the body's first lines of defense. They protect the brain, heart and lungs and anchor the muscles. They keep us mobile. And all they ask in return is our support to keep them strong: good nutrition, weight-bearing exercise, calcium and Vitamin...
  • Shriners' Hospital in Galveston to Reopen Soon

    Shriners' Hospital in Galveston to Reopen Soon
    Shut down by hurricane Ike and previously in danger of closing for good, Galveston's Shriners' Hospital may soon make a surprising comeback. The hospital had been a valuable asset to our community providing free reconstruction and burn treatment to about...
  • Shadowy path may lead to treasure

    Shadowy path may lead to treasure
    Deep in the woods near Brushy Creek stands an old beech tree, its smooth bark etched with dozens of carvings, including biblical references, a heart and a legless horse. Bob Brewer was 10 when his great-uncle, W.D. "Grandpa" Ashcraft, pointed it out on a...