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Good Friday

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  • Casey Anthony trial: Trunk-stain evidence may be admissible, judge rules

    Casey Anthony trial: Trunk-stain evidence may be admissible, judge rules
    Evidence about a stain found in the trunk of Casey Anthony's car may be admissible during her upcoming first-degree murder trial, Orange-Osceola Chief Judge Belvin Perry ruled Thursday. The order is one of several key rulings expected from Perry on...
  • Crawfish Shortage

    Crawfish Shortage
    Good Friday and crawfish boils often go hand in hand in this part of the world, but this year, the mud bugs are in short supply. WGNO's Vanessa Bolano has more. The phone is ringing off the hook at Sea-Go Seafood in Houma, but for most customers, it's...
  • Man Finds Cross in Potato Chip on Good Friday

    Man Finds Cross in Potato Chip on Good Friday
    It's not every day that you find a cross in a potato chip, but is it even more serendipitous to find one on Good Friday?  One Kansas City man was noshing on his morning chip fix when he found the holiest of symbols on a holy day...in his sour cream and...
  • Hard boiled about hard boiled eggs

    Hard boiled about hard boiled eggs
    "Hard boiled eggs" is a top phrase on the all-powerful Google trends page this Good Friday, not surprising given Easter's "egg-stravaganza" is just two days away. But when it comes to "hard boiled" eggs I'm rather hard boiled myself. Don't do it. The...
  • Catholics observe Good Friday at Lake Eola

    Catholics observe Good Friday at Lake Eola
    Led by Bishop John Noonan, hundreds of Catholics from the Diocese of Orlando marked Good Friday at Lake Eola Park by participating in the Stations of the Cross, a 14-part ceremony that depicts Jesus' death. Amid sunny skies and warm temperatures, the...
  • On Faith: A bridge to peace

    Irish Catholics call the city Derry. Irish Protestants call it Londonderry, its legal name, for it is in Northern Ireland, not the Republic of Ireland. The River Foyle divides the city, with Protestants living largely on the east bank, and Catholics on...
  • Way of the Cross procession lives in Pilsen

    Way of the Cross procession lives in Pilsen
    Roman Catholics in the Pilsen neighborhood held their 32nd annual Via Crucis Vivente procession today, a traditional re-enactment of the last hours of Jesus. The procession began at Providence of God Church just east of 18th and Halsted streets about 9...
  • Good Friday in Orlando

    Good Friday in Orlando
  • Quinn grants 85 clemency petitions

    Gov. Pat Quinn granted 85 clemency petitions on Good Friday, pardoning or expunging criminal records on a number of felony and misdemeanor crimes, including some that were committed more than 50 years ago. The crimes Quinn wiped from the record...
  • Tornadoes Smash St. Louis & Shut Down Airport

    Tornadoes Smash St. Louis & Shut Down Airport
    Residents of damaged areas of St. Louis shuffled on Saturday through the rubble left by one of the most intense storms in the city's recent history. The storm and the tornadoes it spawned Friday night tore through the west side of St. Louis, forcing...
  • Tornado Roars Through St. Louis Airport

    Tornado Roars Through St. Louis Airport
    Crews worked to get St. Louis' tornado-battered airport ready to reopen on Sunday after it was hit by a roaring storm that also destroyed dozens of houses, tossed cars and knocked out power. A Red cross official said there were reports of at least 500...
  • Mosque Protest Barred By Michigan Court

    Mosque Protest Barred By Michigan Court
    A controversial Florida pastor was barred from protesting outside the largest mosque in the United States on Friday after a Michigan jury found his appearance was likely to provoke violence. Terry Jones, 59, was briefly jailed after refusing to pay a...