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Alabama residents are heading for warmer climates this weekend to kick off what's believed to be the busiest spring break travel week in years. "Everyone is just sort of fed up with the cold weather, snow and ice," said Clay Ingram, spokesman for
Under last-chance pressure, Scott Diamond avoided one stumble after another Thursday...Diamond, the last of four starting-rotation candidates given a chance to sway Twins decisionmakers this week, allowed a baserunner or two in each of the first four
Brian and Karen Bourlier When Brian Bourlier retired after working at Ford for 34 years, he didn't plan on opening his own business. However, when he and his sons began to look into franchising, that quickly changed.
A mother of six clings who says she was forced to shoot her own mother in self defense clings to a controversial defense that continues to garner criticism and legislative action. The so-called "stand your ground" defense has been widely contested
In early December, Jemile Weeks ' baseball career was thrown upside down. He was traded away from the only organization he had ever known, the Oakland Athletics , and sent to the Orioles for one of the franchise's most popular players, closer Jim
Fla. (AP) Jason Dearen, an environmental reporter for The Associated Press, has been appointed correspondent based in Gainesville, Fla., where he will focus on northeast Florida and the environment beat. The appointment was announced Tuesday by AP
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Baseball fans leave the spring exhibition baseball game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the New York Yankees after being called due to rain in Bradenton, Fla., Monday, March 17, 2014...When rain caused the cancellation of the New York Yankees'
The Firearm Licensing Authority (FLA) found itself in the firing line of Parliament's Public Accounts Committee (PAC) on Tuesday, after it was discovered that the agency is paying a security company $17.5 million per annum without being able to
Senate candidate Jim Oberweis' campaign had no comment today on when he'll return from Florida in advance of Tuesday's Republican primary. Back in snowy Chicago, rival Doug Truax kept up his criticism of Oberweis' trip and paid a visit to a Chicago