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  • Lessons in lying

     
    Fortunately for Kelley Williams-Bolar, reason prevailed this week in Columbus, Ohio. She’s the Akron mother who became a national cause célèbre for school-choice proponents after she substituted her father’s address to enroll her daughters...
  • Live updates: Ohio State 42, Marshall 7

     
    The #2-ranked team in the country opens up the season at home as Ohio State tries to get ready for Miami by playing Marshall.  Follow updates: 9:42 And Marshall fumbles it on the Ohio State five-yard-line.  Homan recovers.  I think it's seco...
  • Marine from Twentynine Palms killed in Afghanistan

     
    Marine Sgt. Jesse Balthaser, 23, of Columbus, Ohio, has been killed in Afghanistan during a combat operation in Helmand province, the Marines announced Thursday. Balthaser was a combat engineer assigned to the 3rd Combat Engineer Battalion, 1st Marine...
  • X Questions: The Echo Curio's Justin McInteer and Grant Capes

     
    Editor’s note: Welcome to X Questions, a long-form Q&A series on Los Angeles’ most fascinating rising stars. Come back every Monday to see whom we talk to next. On a lonely stretch of Sunset Blvd., in the blocks between the bargain-price boozing...
  • New Guinness world record holders include long-tongued dog, giant bunny, balloon-crazy terrier

     
    The release of a new list of Guinness world records always means crazy animal feats and statistics. We typically await a fresh Guinness book with a mixture of enthusiasm and dread, and this year's list didn't disappoint. Above, meet Puggy,......
  • Pres. Obama’s job proposal includes billions for rehabbing schools (Fl, Orange and Volusia would get money)

     
    The jobs bill President Barack Obama proposed last week includes a “$25 billion investment” in public schools that would overhaul and modernize some 35,000 public schools, the White House said today. States and “100 largest high-need...
  • 'Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings'

     
    In "Nano House: Innovations for Small Dwellings" by Phyllis Richardson, to be published Oct. 17 by Thames and Hudson, more than 40 living spaces, each less than 800 square feet, from around the world are featured. The focus is efficient use of a tiny...
  • Epicenter 2010: An upstart promoter snags Eminem, KISS, a reunited Bush and blink-182, and more

     
    The arrival this weekend of the second Epicenter festival in Fontana begs the question: Does the world really have room for yet another pop music festival? “No, not really,” says Gary Spivack, co-president of Right Arm Entertainment, the promoter of.....
  • Stemberger in a fight with the Florida Bar

     
    By Rene Stutzman, Orlando Sentinel Conservative Christian advocate and Orlando attorney John Stemberger is in trouble with the Florida Bar, the organization that disciplines lawyers, and it's about his conduct in the Rifqa Bary case. The Bar on Thursday...
  • Top 20 Cities with the Most Drunken Drivers

     
    In 2008, 11,773 people were killed in alcohol-related crashes, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration. To prevent or curtail drunken-driving fatalities, nearly 1.43 million drivers were arrested in 2007 on suspicion of driving...
  • TSA team created to help Give Kids the World at OIA

     
    Team Care – a program of the Transportation Security Administration – and Give Kids The World in Kissimmee have begun working together up to provide assistance to families with children with life-threatening emergencies as they travel through Orl...
  • Just another Obama backyard chat with ordinary Americans at Alonzo Mourning's Miami estate

     
    Ordinary millionaires, that is....