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  • Actress dreams of Rome — and eating at Sonic

    Actress dreams of Rome — and eating at Sonic
    There is no doubt that Kristin Chenoweth works hard at her career. But the 4-foot-11-inch actress and singer makes it all seem effortless. She originated the role of Glinda in the musical "Wicked," won an Emmy for her work on "Pushing Daisies" and...
  • Information for helping Marietta flood victims

    Information for helping Marietta flood victims
    The Marietta Pioneer Fire Company has received an amazing amount of phone calls, asking what can be done to help the residents of Marietta Borough that were affecting by the flooding. Marietta Pioneer Fire Company is organizing the relief effort for the...
  • Final Quarter Scores: September 30

    Final Quarter Scores: September 30
    This was our final week in September for this season of high school football. Many fans and sports journalists in the area agree: The weather was perfect for football.   Encina – 8 Rio Vista – 64   Delta – 28 Foresthill...
  • Deputies Name Suspect in Deadly Stabbing

    Sheriff’s Detectives want to talk to a 27-year-old in connection with a deadly stabbing. Stanislaus  Sheriff’s Deputies were called to a home in Waterford Sunday night for a fight. They found 23-year-old James Mandall with multiple stab...
  • Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track

    Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track
    Up to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...
  • Darko Tresnjak Named New Artistic Director of Hartford Stage

    Darko Tresnjak Named New Artistic Director of Hartford Stage
    Darko Tresnjak, a theater director known for his work with Shakespeare, world classics and the rediscovery of neglected plays, is expected to be named the new artistic director of Hartford Stage when the board votes Monday morning. He will succeed Michael...
  • West Hartford School Official Transitions Back To Work After Service In Afghanistan

    West Hartford School Official Transitions Back To Work After Service In Afghanistan
    When the schoolchildren asked about war, Paul Vicinus Jr. would give the G-rated version of his deployment to Afghanistan — the meetings with school principals and tribal leaders, the training of the Afghan National Army, the sense of community....
  • Celebrate New Year's Eve In Times Square

    Celebrate New Year's Eve In Times Square
    The countdown is on for the big ball to drop in Times Square. Preparations are underway for the massive New Year's Eve party. The iconic ball weighs almost 12,00 pounds and is sporting about 2,500 Waterford Crystals. The 70-foot ball will begin its...
  • Millions Gather Worldwide To Ring In The New Year

    Millions Gather Worldwide To Ring In The New Year
    NEW YORK -- Revelers smooched and cheered the famous ball drop in New York's Times Square as the largest New Year's Eve celebration in the U.S. ushered in 2011. Most tried to set aside concerns about the worldwide economic downturn as partiers from New...
  • Riding Over The Mississippi River, The Bonnet Carre Spillway And Lake Pontchartrain

    Riding Over The Mississippi River, The Bonnet Carre Spillway And Lake Pontchartrain
    WGNO News Anchor Jessica Holly and Videographer Eric Zurcher flew high above the Bonnet Carre Spillway with Chief Pilot Burt Lattimore of Crescent City Helicopters. A trail of muddy water leads the chopper from Lake Ponchartrain through the Bonnet Carre...
  • Dads embrace a new role at home

    Dads embrace a new role at home
    When their preschooler was diagnosed with a degenerative eye condition, the Amicucci family of Troy, Mich., decided that one parent needed to quit working and stay home. Money matters made it clear that the stay-at-home parent should be the dad, John...
  • Decline on autopsies may obscure understanding of disease

    Decline on autopsies may obscure understanding of disease
    Television crime shows have helped popularize autopsies, but in reality these postmortem exams are becoming rarer every year. Today, hospitals perform autopsies on only about 5 percent of patients who die, down from roughly 50 percent in the 1960s. That's...