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Lehigh Valley MusicArtsQuest on Wednesday announced the signing of seven more acts for its ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks, the four-story, 65,000-square-feet performance venue it plans to open April 30. But it left out of the announcement perhaps the most intriguing...
GLENDALE — The following are previews of the area's upcoming high school football games. The Crescenta Valley High football team is admittedly untested, but the first proving ground will be on a field where the Falcons have played plenty of...
Tags: Defense, Tornadoes, Firearms, Wars and Interventions
Associated PressHARTFORD, Conn. -- Passengers on a diverted Virgin Atlantic Airways flight spent more than four hours stuck in a hot, dark plane parked on a tarmac, while babies squirmed and people yelled and screamed. At least three people fainted and were taken away in...
Date: April 21, 2008 School: John Wallace Middle School Town: Newington Slug: Dangerous Websites Status: Broadcast Length: 48 (use pad from beginning) DELIVERY: Good energy and inflection. Nice location for the stand up. INTERVIEWS: Great person to...
By SUSAN HAIGH Associated Press Writer HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) - The season's first major winter storm blanketed Connecticut on Friday, delivering the first blow of an expected wintery one-two punch with a heavy snow that made highway travel hazardous....
Times Staff WritersPhil Angelides is strolling along a grassy promenade inside Laguna West, offering his defense of the housing community he developed as a pedestrian-friendly antidote to suburban sprawl. Critics contend that the 1,000-acre project south of Sacramento...
Tags: Wetlands, Political Systems, Water Pollution, Farms, Real Estate
Tribune staff reporterDispatcher Harry House sat alone in a spare booth on a hill above America's deepest coal mine. Around him, video screens transmitted gloomy, subterranean images from the long coal tunnels a half-mile below. House's computers tracked air temperatures...
Tags: Disasters, Mortgages, Trials, Companies and Corporations, Coal
Tribune staff reporterTwo thousand feet below the rolling, wind-scrubbed hills, in a remote section of North America's deepest coal mine, the walls began to creak and pop. In a dark corridor about 100 feet away, two miners watched as long steel bolts anchored into the rock...
Times Staff WritersFive pathologists slipped into the microscope lab at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical Center, steeling themselves to act after months of deepening suspicion. They'd seen enough. They were convinced that their newest colleague, Dr. Dennis G. Hooper,...
Tags: HIV, Colon, Malpractice, Justice System, Death
Times Staff WriterCalifornia Hospital Medical Center in downtown Los Angeles announced Wednesday that it would open the county's first new trauma center in more than a decade, a critical step in the effort to shut down the trauma unit at Martin Luther King Jr./Drew Medical...
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