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Reality CheckBucky reports on last night's Survivor:Here we are back at Survivor: Redemption Island, where Rob’s alliance has disposed of all the Zapatera tribe and so, I guess, inherits their water-tight rice jar and ample supply of rice. In the spooky......
FAU Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsSUN BELT BRACKETS The Belt baseball tourny pairings are out, and I like the way things line up for FAU. The change this year is that instead of double elimination, the teams have been put into two groups of......
Local governments are so befuddled about how to archive public officials' cellphone text messages that we're left to guess what kind of conversations are taking place about the public's business. Was Orange County Commissioner Jennifer Thompson...
HIGH WINDS AND RAIN Indiana will see high winds and rain as the remnants of Hurricane Sandy push back west toward the mainland United States. The National Weather Service in Indianapolis has issued a Wind Advisory beginning at 5 p.m. Monday. The NWS...
Detectives are investigating armed robberies near Ball State University. Lt. Steve Cox of the Muncie Police Department said there were two or three different cases and that they may be connected. His department is working with Ball State police to...
Dear Amy: Please help me settle a dispute. I carpool with some people regularly, and we disagree about how to handle a common traffic situation. When two lanes merge into one, what is the best and most efficient way to merge? One fellow commuter thinks...
LONDON – London Olympic organizing committee officials weren’t kidding when they said the Javelin was fast. They weren’t talking about the spear men and women will throw in the track and field competition at the upcoming Summer Games. ...
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A new Transportation Security Administration initiative that lets trusted travelers bypass the airport screening line is on the verge of an ambitious expansion. By the end of the year, PreCheck, a government program that offers expedited screening to...
Roland Martin’s story is not a unique one in today’s “need-to-know” landscape, that is, “you need to know what I’m up to, whether you want to or not.” With social media we’re all an open book, even when it&...
It took five years of debate and more than two dozen short-term extensions, but the legislation finally passed last week. When I started writing this column in 2009, almost every trade group in Washington told me that the FAA bill was the single most...
Before hitting the county roads last year, Hoosiers could look up road conditions before leaving and were met with distinctions like Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 to describe roads. However, there was a problem according to Arvin Copeland, director of...
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