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With an astonishing career that has spanned six decades, Glen Campbell has been one of the most successful pop-country crossover acts of all time. Much like Johnny Cash, another hugely influential musician who was also born in Arkansas, Glen became a...
A new ABC News poll lists Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels as a Republican who could win the presidential nomination for his party. The poll shows Daniels is lumped in with several other possible candidates, many of them governors or former governors. ...
999 West Sunshine P.O. Box 3500 Springfield, MO 65807 Phone 417-268-3000 Fax 417-868-3895 KY3.com The Station Founded: KYTV signed on the air on October 1, 1953 at 4:47 P.M., concluding the broadcast day at 10:30 P.M. and has been an...
Guerdwich Montimere, a former Dillard basketball player who is facing felony charges for portraying himself as 16-year-old Jerry Joseph in Texas, gave his first interview in 13 months to GQ magazine. In the July 2011 issue, Michael J. Mooney writes:...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterBouncing down an empty country road, past browning cotton fields lined with signs advertising church services and cheap guns, historian John A. Lupton hunches over a minivan's steering wheel and ignores his aching back. He has been traveling for six days...
Sun StaffFirefighters declared victory last night over a railroad tunnel fire they had battled for more than four days, and investigators and engineers began working to determine why the incident occurred and how long it might continue to disrupt life in...
Sun StaffFixing the broken water main at Howard and Lombard streets - a breach that pushed 60 million gallons of water onto downtown streets Wednesday night - has gotten trickier. Public works officials now know that the pipe is embedded in the brick arch that...
Sun StaffBaltimore's railroad tunnel fire burned into a third night, despite the efforts of firefighters who dragged out a string of smoldering rail cars late yesterday but had to labor cautiously under a roof weakened by a water main break. Foiled attempts to...
Sun StaffThere was no ribbon to cut, but smiling city officials did the next best thing yesterday: dragging away a barrier from the junction of Howard and Lombard streets to show that the key downtown crossing was back in service. Traffic flowed freely again...
When I was a kid way back in the previous century, my favorite attraction at the local county fair was a midway amusement that everyone called "dunk the dimwit" — or words to that effect. A loudmouth clown sat on a collapsible platform over a...
WASHINGTON — Does President Barack Obama's appointment of William Daley as his new chief of staff keep the White House perilously top-heavy with Chicagoans? Grover Norquist, the president of Americans for Tax Reform, thinks so. "If everybody...
John Kennedy As a senator in 1959, he spoke to a gathering of young people in Chicago, urging them to become involved without becoming cynical. (See Tribune article below.) "Many parents still want their sons to become president, but they don't want them...
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