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  • Daytrippers: Boston Segway Tour

    Daytrippers: Boston Segway Tour
    They’re geeked up from the get go in the north end of Boston. Here tourism has gone high tech. With all due respect to a trolley ride, there are those advocating a Segway glide. At about 10 miles per hour, Boston Gliders Segway Adventures is finding...
  • Health care Law Has More Doctors Teaming Up

    Health care Law Has More Doctors Teaming Up
    As Congress debated the healthcare bill, many critics lamented it would do little to transform a system in which doctors and hospitals bounce patients around in an uncoordinated, costly, sometimes tragic process. But something unexpected has happened...
  • Palmyra Meth Lab Bust Leads to Two Arrests

    Palmyra Meth Lab Bust Leads to Two Arrests
    Two men face charges after police raid a suspected meth lab in Palmyra late Tuesday afternoon. 43 year old Dusty Alexander, of Palmyra, and 29 year old Russell Cox of San Antonio, Texas are alleged to have been manufacturing methamphetamine at the home...
  • Congratulations

    Youth Alliance celebrates summer success More than 500 people crowded into Anoush Restaurant on Aug. 18 to celebrate the end of summer for the Glendale Youth Alliance, which found summer employment for 350 people age 14 to 24 this year. Glendale Mayor...
  • Comments & Curiosities: Candidates to swap suits for aprons

    It's a funny business, politics. Of course that depends on your definition of funny. There's the campaigns, the mail, the debates, and every now and then, the chili cook-off. In the race for the 68th Assembly District, Costa Mesa Mayor Allan Mansoor...
  • Southern Decadence Rocks The French Quarter

    Southern Decadence Rocks The French Quarter
    Southern Decadence is cruising into its last big night in the French Quarter. ABC26 News Reporter Vanessa Bolano checks it out. It's a long weekend of skin, leather and feathered boas in the French Quarter as thousands gather to celebrate Southern...
  • Somali Pirates Hijack Oil Tanker Headed For Louisiana Port

    Somali Pirates Hijack Oil Tanker Headed For Louisiana Port
    A South Korean navy destroyer is pursuing an oil supertanker believed to have been hijacked by pirates in the Indian Ocean off Somalia, officials said, in the latest case of suspected piracy that has plagued international shipping. The tanker was...
  • Pope Names Latino Bishop to Succeed L.A.'s Cardinal Roger Mahony

    Pope Names Latino Bishop to Succeed L.A.'s Cardinal Roger Mahony
    LOS ANGELES -- The pope has named Archbishop Jose Gomez of San Antonio, Texas, to take over the Los Angeles archdiocese when Cardinal Roger Mahony retires. The appointment of the 58-year-old Mexican-born Gomez as coadjutor for Los Angeles puts him in...
  • NCAA Championship Box Score: UConn 53, Stanford 47

    No. 1 UCONN 53, No. 2 STANFORD 47 ++++++++++++++++++++ || Stanford || MN || FG-A || FT-A || REB || A || PF || PTS || || Pedersen || 40 || 5-13 || 2-2 || 17 || 3 || 4 || 15 || || Ogwumike || 38 || 5-14 || 1-2 || 13 || 0 || 4 || 11 || || Appel || 30 ||...
  • Sex Abuse Suit Filed in TX Diocese Under L.A.'s Next Archbishop

    Sex Abuse Suit Filed in TX Diocese Under L.A.'s Next Archbishop
    LOS ANGELES -- A sex abuse lawsuit has been filed against the Archdiocese of San Antonio and Archbishop Jose Gomez -- the man tapped to take over the Los Angeles archdiocese. A West Texas teen filed the lawsuit Thursday alleging repeated sexual...
  • Profile of Dawn Brancheau, trainer killed at SeaWorld

    Profile of Dawn Brancheau, trainer killed at SeaWorld
    Editor's Note: This is a file profile of SeaWorld trainer Dawn Brancheau, who was killed during an incident with one of the whales at the park today. Dawn Brancheau steps to the edge of the pool, reaches in and splashes the surface of the 54-degree...
  • Quick fixes in New Orleans

    NEARLY two months after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, tourist services there are starting to bounce back. But the city is far from ready to let the good times roll. Most of the area's hotels are still closed, a recent survey found; those that...