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firstname.lastname@example.orgIt got much closer than many expected but in the end not close enough. Everything that needed to happen seemed to fall into place for gubernatorial hopeful Phil Moffett and his running mate, state Rep. Mike Harmon of Boyle County, to have a big upset...
Lincoln County voters were right in line with voters across the Commonwealth Tuesday, voting with the crowd in seven out of eight races in the Kentucky primary election. County Clerk Sonny Spoonamore said turnout was light; about 10 percent of the county&...
Central Florida Political Pulse - Orlando SentinelGov.-elect Rick Scott has named two more transition teams — one for Economic Development, the other for Regulatory Reform — that are loaded with business execs and even a couple of failed candidates. The 49-member(!) economic development group...
The Bottom Line - Beth Kassab on Business - Orlando SentinelThough not completely unexpected (word of a Progress Energy-Duke Energy merger had leaked out at the end of last week), the size of the new company to be created by the $13 billion deal announced this morning by the two giant utilities is still eye-...
The 33 NewsLauren Galbraith is an avid indoor-tanner. She says, "I got my first membership in 9th grade." She's been doing it ever since and jumps into the lighted bed up 2-3 times a week. Galbraith says paying more than the $50 a month she already does would hurt...
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The 33 NewsFor Dallas realtor Holly Fabiani, work is everything. In this tough economy and her competitive industry, she's using every advantage to get ahead. Holly Fabiani says, "If I don't look good when I first meet a client, they're going to turn away...
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The inaugural "Lights Up" performance and fundraiser May 15 showcased artists from Newport Harbor High School's past and present. The high-energy performance entertained the crowd in the campus' sparkling rebuilt Robert B. Wentz Theater. Newport Harbor...
The Swampby Mark Silva First there was Ron Paul, the Republican congressman from Texas who gave his party fits during a presidential campaign in which only the Democrats were supposed to be critical of the Bush administration. Now there is the......
Q: Can you give us a snapshot of what you thought of the defense's performance at the scrimmage? A: I thought they had fun playing. I thought we played with good enthusiasm. I thought we were pretty good around the ball. Great defenses are great around...
(WGN-AM)- Alsip Police Wednesday scrambled to reopen an investigation into claims that dozens of skulls, bones and other human remains were discovered dumped in plain view four years ago at Burr Oak cemetery. But two Commonwealth Edison subcontractors...
Tags: Alsip, Bones and Joints, WGN, Death, Chicago Tribune
The two photos of John Allen Ditullio are a sharp contrast: There's the man donning red jail scrubs with a large swastika on his neck, barbed wire inked down his face, and a long, scraggly goatee. Then, there's the man in the blue dress shirt with a...
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