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It's a typically dry afternoon in Sun Valley, in an industrial area near the Burbank airport where the pavement is scorched and the air is speckled with construction dust. Tucked behind a 12-foot-high ficus hedge, however, inside a Willy Wonka-like...
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When Michael Heup trotted down the hill from the World War II Memorial to Jonas Green State Park in Annapolis, he was beaming. By his side was Anne Arundel County police Cpl. Mike Shier, and more than 100 police officers jogged behind them. In his right...
Channel 2 NewsAn Anchorage Police Department officer will head to South Korea with four Alaskan Special Olympians later this month. At a Friday news briefing, Officer Karen Och was introduced as the law enforcement official who will participate in this year's...
The game had long since ended, yet the right-hand number on the scoreboard was still glowing, just below where the Olympic flame was still burning. On this most scorching, chilling of nights, they looked identical. Sixty-two points? At the Coliseum?...
"It's Armageddon here.'' Patrick Sandusky tweet June 26 From his home at the ridge of the Rocky Mountains a few miles from Colorado's most destructive fire ever, Patrick Sandusky kept assuring his wife, Kate, that the flames never would reach their...
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LONDON — In one of thousands of pubs across London, where surely tears mixed with laughter Friday night, they might say I was gobsmacked by the Olympic opening ceremony. In a more proper English teahouse, they might say I quite fancied that. All...
MEET THE CANDIDATES When Marylanders head to the polls Nov. 6, they will elect members of the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives in addition to casting their ballots for president. Dozens of people are running for a chance to represent the...
It seemed like only yesterday we lit that flame. And now, as August ends, it’s going out. When the fire is going, the world seems like a whole different place. People like each other, celebrating life. There are competitions. Folks from all...
The games are over. The Olympic flame has been extinguished. The athletes have headed home. However, the accolades have just begun. Observers around the globe have hailed London 2012 a smashing success. NBC awarded itself a gold medal for its coverage....
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Channel Guide MagazineAfter paying $1.1 billion to license the U.S. broadcast rights to the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London (plus another $200 million in production costs), it makes sense that NBC would want to continue milking the event for all that it's worth, even...
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FrameworkIn Tuesday's Pictures in the News: Egyptian troops flex their military muscle, literally, at a graduation ceremony attended by President Mohammed Morsi in Cairo; a bucket of water is thrown on participants in a water festival in Seoul; the Olympic Flame...
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