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  • Cockpit in Court's 'Sunset Boulevard' ready for its close-up

    Cockpit in Court's 'Sunset Boulevard' ready for its close-up
    Andrew Lloyd Webber's1993 Broadway musical adaptation of Billy Wilder's "Sunset Boulevard" sets itself the impossible task of trying to emulate that great 1950 movie. Although this musical doesn't come close, its distillation of that inside-Hollywood...
  • No tornadoes confirmed yet, but reports of hail, flooding pour in

    No tornadoes confirmed yet, but reports of hail, flooding pour in
    National Weather Service officials have not confirmed any tornado touchdowns in the Baltimore area from Tuesday night, but reports of gumball-sized hail and torrential rains and flooding are piling up. The weather service's Sterling, Va., office is in...
  • Gas leak shuts westbound Route 40 in Balto. Co.

    A Baltimore County utility crew repairing a sewer drain in Rossville struck a natural gas line Monday morning, which led emergency responders to seal off the area and close the westbound lane of Route 40, according to a Baltimore County police and fire...
  • Insider's guide to Rosedale

    Originally known as a farming community, eastern Baltimore County's Rosedale is recognized today for its comfortable housing, strong sense of community and great accessibility. "At one time, everyone knew one another, and I think that base is still here,...
  • Taxpayer subsidies for MTA routes

    The Maryland Transit Administration's No. 64 bus starts at North Avenue, rolls through downtown and South Baltimore and down to Curtis Bay. For most of that stretch, it carries an average of more than 5,000 riders each weekday with a relatively modest...
  • The most dangerous jobs in Chicago--and the state

    The most dangerous jobs in Chicago--and the state
    "Chicago Fire" is a new TV series that chronicles firefighters facing life and death on the job, while "Chicago Code" was about cops fighting crime and danger in the city. But the really dangerous jobs in the Chicago area don't involve guns or fires or...
  • Video: Chatting with 'American Idol' finalist Lauren Alaina

     
    After Thursday night's show, Pop & Hiss caught up with the 13 chosen "American Idol" finalists, who were immediately (and we mean immediately) thrust into the spotlight of flashing lights and eager reporters looking for a sound bite from America's......
  • 'American Idol' Top 3 greeted as hometown heroes

     
    American Idol top 3 -- Haley Reinhart, Scotty McCreery and Lauren Alaina -- visit their hometowns, as does top 4 finisher James Durbin....
  • ‘American Idol’: Why Scotty is likely to win

     
    "American Idol" will present its two youngest finalists ever this week. Lauren Alaina, 16, competes with Scotty McCreery, 17, at 8 p.m. Tuesday on Fox. They're a lot alike. They're both from the South: She is from Rossville, Ga., and he is from Garner, N....
  • Indiana man drowns at Starved Rock

    Indiana man drowns at Starved Rock
    An Indiana man drowned in the Illinois River shortly after 3 p.m., Saturday at Starved Rock State Park. Dane Simmons, 25, of Lafayette, was hiking with two other men when the group ventured off the trail near Eagle Cliff Overlook and into a restricted...
  • Indiana Blood Center to hold blood drives throughout the state in April

    Indiana Blood Center to hold blood drives throughout the state in April
    Indiana Blood Center hosts hundreds of blood drives each month. Below are locations, dates and times of blood drives open to the community by county for the month of April 2012.  We appreciate your consideration and support of our mission to meet the...
  • Paterno says he was not told 'very specific actions'

    Paterno says he was not told 'very specific actions'
    — Penn State football coach Joe Paterno said he was not told the "very specific actions" contained in a grand jury report that spurred the sexual abuse charges brought against former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky and that he was shocked and...