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Debra Hoskins, who helped Centre College’s Norton Center for the Arts attract prestigious performers over the years, has been chosen by Eastern Kentucky University to be executive director of its new Center for the Performing Arts. Hoskins brings 20...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsWorkers laid pipe across Kansas last summer, and earlier this year oil started gushing through it on its way from Canada to Oklahoma. That took it right through Mike Voit's property south of Chapman. "We kind of had the last pipeline agreement we signed...
Senior wide receiver Avery Johnson showed why he's the No. 1-ranked pass catcher in the state Saturday at the UCF 7-on-7 tournament. What he does on the field, however, was already a well-known fact about 6-foot-3 the Pompano Beach Blanche Ely star. What...
Last of four parts Reporting from Calexico, Calif., and Badiraguato, Mexico The towering iron gates opened onto a palm-lined driveway that led past the family church, a twisting water slide and two man-made lakes, one stocked with fish, the other with...
Jess Willard, who reigned as the World Heavyweight Boxing Champion from 1915 to 1919, lived on Blanchard Drive in Glendale for many years. Recently, Willard’s grandson, Jim Mace, of Carmichael, Calif., saw a photo of his grandfather’s house...
There aren't many experiences as exhilarating as flying across the water in a sailboat, feeling the wind and the spray in your face. Some teens with challenging physical conditions have been able to do that this summer in a special adaptive sailing...
Tim McGraw is at a point in his career that he could tour in state-of-the-art arenas, fully equipped with air conditioning and other luxuries. But, Tim explains to the News OK paper why he prefers the open-air amphitheaters he’s playing on this...
Tags: Tim McGraw, Human Interest, Oklahoma City
Laurel Police reports felonies, arrests and property crimes. Howard County Police reports major crimes, break-ins and car thefts. Prince George's County Police did not release crime report before the Leader's deadline this week. Laurel City Eighth...
I usually wish I was working on days of significant weather, today is one of those days. I was actually thinking about playing some golf later today but was overruled by my golf partner, so instead I decided to write a quick weather blog about the...
WGNOSheriff Craig Webre announced the arrests of a mother and her son in connection with a murder that happened in the southern part of the parish on June 21, 1995. "We had our suspicions early on," said Sheriff Webre. "But we just didn't have enough until...
Tags: Judges, Human Interest, Louisiana, Chemical Industry, WGNO
The 33 NewsIt was a sight no one wants to see. Construction cones and orange signs dotted the sides of the highway as drivers crawled slowly through the DFW Connector Saturday. "It's a nightmare. It's a nightmare," said Laura Devendorf, who had just come through...
Bloggers might do coincidence; journalists don't. We do irony, maybe even allegory. Sometimes we stray into ennui and pathos. Coincidence, however, features facts that aren't tied as tightly together as we like. My Oxford Desk Dictionary agrees....
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