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Zap2It.comDo you have what it takes to become the next Jordin Sparks or Margaret Fowler? While everybody remembers that Sparks was crowned the sixth "American Idol" winner this May, Fowler was the obese, yellow-clad woman who earned notoriety (and finale mockery)...
Tags: Dallas, South Carolina, Los Angeles, Nebraska, Television
Times Staff WriterA hot spot in … Nebraska? We never thought this sentence would appear in a Los Angeles newspaper: We're jealous of teenagers in Omaha. Slowdown, a performance space/art gallery/movie theater masterminded by Saddle Creek Records, opened last week with a...
I am getting a lot of emails from viewers that are receiving calls and emails from scammers claiming to be representing financial institutions. Here's one: Bill: I am a Washington Mutual customer and have been for the past 20 years. I have received a...
Tags: Insurance, Pittsburgh, Washington (U.S. state), Fraud, Finance
Senior midfielder Meredith Teague, who led Seattle Pacific to its first national championship, was named the NCAA Division II national player of the year Tuesday by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) and adidas. She will...
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - An 8-year-old Indiana boy has been left at an Omaha hospital, bringing to 28 the number of children left under Nebraska's unique safe-haven law. Children and family services division director Todd Landry says the boy was left...
Marion County Juvenile Judge Marilyn Moores will hold a hearing this week to decide if a 15-year-old suspected killer will have his case waived to criminal court to face charges of robbery and murder. In an exclusive interview with Fox 59 News, Judge...
Tags: Health and Safety at School, Judges, Crimes, Death, Adults
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - A friend says a Wabash County woman who left her 8-year-old son at a Nebraska hospital under that state's safe haven law did so because she doesn't trust Indiana's child welfare system. Rhonda Shea told The Indianapolis Star that...
A boy left at an Omaha hospital under Nebraska's safe haven law returned to Indiana. A hearing scheduled for Friday will determine the 8-year-old's future. He was left by his mother on Thursday. Nebraska's law says anyone can leave a child at a...
Tags: Health, Indiana, Hospitals and Clinics, Nebraska
NEW YORK (AP) - About a quarter of the nation's TV stations cut off their analog signals Tuesday, causing sets to go dark in households that were not prepared for digital television despite two years of warnings about the transition. Though most...
Lincoln - AP Nebraska officials say another teenager from outside the state has been left at an Omaha hospital under the state's safe haven law. Todd Landry with the Nebraska Department of Health and Human Services says a 13-year-old Michigan...
Tribune foreign correspondentFirst it was the men. Now the women are disappearing too. The sewing machines sit quiet in the workshop where this little village dreamed of creating jobs and keeping its residents at home. Of the 15 women who started out in the sewing co-op two years...
Special to the TribuneThe first drive takes you to four presidential museums in four states; the second drive is a one-president trip to Michigan. DRIVE 1: Herbert Hoover National Historic Site Drive west on Interstate Highway 80 to the Hoover at West Branch, Iowa, near...
Tags: Ella Fitzgerald, Death, Henry Kissinger, Family, Iowa City
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