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Staff reporterFood Safety: Keep Hot Foods Hot & Cold Foods Cold: Most bacteria do not grow rapidly at temperatures below 40 °F or above 140 °F. The temperature range in between is known as the "Danger Zone." Bacteria multiply rapidly at these temperatures and can...
WatchdogESPN's Chris Berman will call the first two rounds of the U.S. Open this week for the seventh year in a row, and regards it as one of his favorite assignments of the year. He plays the game avidly, has......
Staff reporterHarrisburg police arrest a man, they believe, started a fire that forced 21 people from their homes. The suspect is a former professional boxer. Forty six-year-old Vincent Boulware is a legend in this area, having fought four times for a boxing world...
Tags: Prosecution, Crimes, Murder, Crime, Law and Justice, Death
Gayle Anderson was live at the California Science Center to experience the exhibit "RACE: ARE WE SO DIFFERENT?" open to the public now through December 31st, 2009. "RACE" explores the science, history and personal experiences of race, helping us...
Gayle Anderson was live at the west coast debut of "America I AM: The African American Imprint", a touring exhibition presented by broadcaster Tavis Smiley celebrating nearly 500 years of African American contributions to the U.S. The showing at the...
Orlando Sentinel Movie CriticThere was a Kodak commercial that aired in the late 1980s, a sentimental peek at the relationship between "Iron Mike" Tyson and the trainer who shaped him, polished the prison off him and focused his energies on boxing, Cus D'Amato. D'Amato had died,...
Tags: James Toback, Roger Moore, Rape, Evander Holyfield, Mike Tyson
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterNovember 11, 2007 Norman Mailer, the pugnacious two-time Pulitzer Prize winner who jabbed and bobbed his way, sometimes literally, through an extraordinary career as one of the most original and audacious voices in postwar American letters, died...
Zap2It.comUnless Usher wants to go the George Foreman route, he'll actually have to get creative with baby names this time around. The R&B singer Usher Raymond and his wife Tameka Foster are expecting their second child together, reports People. The couple...
Tags: Alicia Keys, Usher
Tribune higher education reporterThe campus chapel is empty and silent, just how Rev. John Jenkins hoped it would be. Away from the bustle of 11,500 students, from the messages left by passionate alumni, and from meetings about fundraising and football, Jenkins kneels to pray at 9:30 p....
Big changes at Texas Southern University. It has a balanced $208,000,000 budget and student enrollment is up. President John Rudley is getting the credit and his performance had people singing his praises at his inauguration Friday. U.S....
The EnvelopeEmmy winners are chosen by more than 5,000 members of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, who critique each nominee based upon episodes selected as examples of their best work from the past TV season. Lead series actors submit one sample episode,...
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