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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterA disaster-prone Texas tourist destination that for more than a century has been an on-again, off-again home to oceanfront amusements will once again lure thrill-seekers with roller coasters, midway games and carnival confections. PHOTOS: New rides at...
The first quarter of 2012 was supposed to be a sweet spot for passenger cruise lines. Wave season, as it's known, marks a time when cruise companies and travel agents roll out deep discounts on cruise vacations and rack up lots of sales. But that changed...
Nation NowThe 2011 Atlantic hurricane season officially ends on Wednesday, making the sixth straight year a major hurricane did not make landfall in the United States....
California ConsumerGasoline prices slowed their decline in California and jumped by 10 cents nationwide as oil companies continued to reduce the amount of fuel that they are refining. The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline in California fell just......
Commercial AppealPolitical scientists and operatives, including top Democrats, say that Gov. Bill Haslam's reputation of integrity is mostly shielding him -- for now, at least -- from the tarnish that allegations from a federal investigation has placed on his family...
KIAHWith just a few hours’ notice, millions of lives are turned upside down. Deadly storms ripped through eight states from Illinois to New Jersey, including our nation's capital. At least a dozen are dead, and millions without power. Two of the...
GRAND TURK, Turks and Caicos - There's not much here except the dazzle and the deep blue sea. The dazzle: Governor's Beach, a strip of white that edges the island like the powdered sugar rim of a cannoli. The sea: It's actually not deep blue. It's as...
FOX40 NewsA Sacramento firefighter missing in a Yuba County lake has been identified as a 10-year veteran of the department. William Porter went fishing at Camp Far West Reservoir Wednesday night, and never returned home. Yuba and Placer Counties Sheriffs’...
Texas Tribune In Dan Gattis’ Georgetown pasture, cows and their newborn calves have bright yellow ear tags with identification numbers. “I can take that knife and pull that ear tag out,” said Gattis, a former state representative,...
ReporterFour volunteers from Roanoke's Salvation Army left for Norfolk Friday morning. They got the call to deploy around 10 P.M. Thursday night. The volunteers are driving a large mobile unit that can feed up to a thousand people a day. The group is going to...
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Associated PressBands of heavy rain and strong wind gusts from Tropical Storm Lee knocked out power to thousands in south Louisiana and Mississippi and prompted evacuations in bayou towns like Jean Lafitte, where water lapped at several front doors along the main highway...
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