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KTLA NewsGENEVA, SWITZERLAND - Perennially safety-conscious automaker Volvo is now betting it can save pedestrian lives, with the world's first external airbag. The new system is one of the many high-tech safety features being introduced on the Swedish maker's...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsCampus High School in Haysville is in the final stage of certification to become an International Baccalaureate school. The school hopes to enter the first class of 30 to 40 students into the advanced college preparatory program in the fall of 2013....
KIAHWho created the universe, The Big Guy or the Big Bang? Three thousand scientists in Geneva Switzerland believe they will soon be able to prove the Big Bang explosion did occur. The proof they need is called the "God Particle." So far they've only...
FOX 17 News'Super-Earth,' 1 of 50 Newfound Alien Planets, Could Potentially Support Life (Source: Yahoo! News) More than 50 new alien planets — including one so-called super-Earth that could potentially support life — have been discovered by an...
Daily American Staff WriterA corporation billed as one of the world’s five largest independent energy traders is pursuing a water deal with the Windber Area Authority. Mercuria Energy Group of Geneva, Switzerland, sent a letter of interest to the authority last month. The...
Looking for a brand-new home in move-in condition, where you can be settled in time to serve Thanksgiving dinner? What you need is a quick delivery home. These are what builders call "inventory homes"--homes they build and keep on hand for buyers who...
It doesn't take more than a quick survey of the news to know there aren't a lot of new apartment and condominium buildings being built nowadays. There's not as much demand for new units. Financing for big projects isn't readily available either. But...
McClatchy-TribuneOften lost in the sea of nails, hooks, hammers, levels (and expletives) is the potential for glory that exists in the hanging of art on one's walls. We're talking about the arrangement and composition -- the "how" of the hanging. We're talking about...
Special to Tribune Newspapers"You Think That's Bad" By Jim Shepard Knopf, $24.95, 222 pages The intrepid British travel writer Freya Stark, best known for her wanderings in the Middle East before the midpoint of the twentieth century, was in remote precincts of Persia in the mid-...
Special to the TribuneThe cans are lined up at grocery and convenience stores, with names such as Monster, Jolt and Amp screaming from the packaging. Energy drinks are an exploding multibillion-dollar industry, and young people are the demographic most likely to lap them up....
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