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HELICOPTER PATROLS-WEST MICHIGAN After complaints, Grand Rapids copter patrols halt (Information in the following story is from: The Grand Rapids Press:MLive.com, http://www.mlive.com) GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) — State police say they're halting...
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Channel 2 NewsOne of three finalists for a job as curator at the University of Alaska Museum of the North is scheduled to speak at a public seminar this week. University of Alaska Fairbanks officials say Josh Reuther will speak about the archaeology of the...
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RIVERTON TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — Authorities say a bone found last week in West Michigan appears to be part of an adult human skull. The Mason County sheriff's department says the bone was among a group of 12 bones found Friday in Riverton Township,...
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"Good luck AP test takers" scrolled across Costa Mesa High School's electronic marquee Friday morning. At Newport-Mesa Unified high schools this week, Advanced Placement classes culminated with exams that will determine whether students receive college...
Mmmm. Just look at that plump little cicada. Can you imagine plucking it off its leaf and popping it in your mouth? Too much? How about after it's flash fried with a little butter, garlic and sea salt? Face it, America. We're inch-worming our way closer...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterFor lunch in her modest apartment, Madeline Nelson tossed a salad made with shaved carrots and lettuce she dug out of a Whole Foods dumpster. She flavored the dressing with miso powder she found in a trash bag on a curb in Chinatown. She baked bread...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterThe pace of human evolution has been increasing at a stunning rate since our ancestors began spreading through Europe, Asia and Africa 40,000 years ago, quickening to 100 times historical levels after agriculture became widespread, according to a study...
When the Field Museum sold more than 30 works of 19th-century Western art for millions of dollars in 2004, it eased controversy by announcing plans to spend the proceeds on new artifacts and by holding on to four of the best paintings from the collection....
The poem Joshua Travis read to other teenage alumni of the state's child welfare system described in his own words how his mentally ill mother killed his 3-year-old brother. Amanda Wallace waved goodbye and hanged him from the transom of their West...
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The early American settlers called it "the starving time," and accounts of the winter of 1609-1610 were so ghastly, and so morbid, that scholars weren't sure if the stories were true. George Percy, then president of the English settlement of Jamestown...
Scientists say they have found the first solid archaeological evidence that some of the earliest American colonists survived harsh conditions by resorting to cannibalism. On Wednesday, the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History and...
Pedro Ramirez Vazquez, an architect who changed the face of Mexico City by designing a number of landmark modernist structures, died on Tuesday, his 94th birthday. The cause was pneumonia, according to Mexico's National Council for Culture and the Arts....
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