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firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the 1950 comedy “Kill the Umpire,” Bill “Two Call” Johnson (played by William Bendix) is chased by a vengeance-seeking mob of fans after he made what they believed to be a bad call in a minor league baseball game. Calling...
Tags: Baseball, Coca-Cola Co., College Baseball, Sports, Technology
A jury Wednesday awarded $8.8 million to the family of a man fatally shot by a Culver City police officer, attorneys for the family said. The unanimous verdict was handed down in U.S. District Court after jurors deliberated for only a few hours over the...
For almost 60 years, a bag of life-saving food etched with the American flag has served as one of the purest expressions of our country's generosity and compassion around the world — from the earthquake devastated streets of Port au Prince to the...
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In July 1863, the 2,400 residents of Gettysburg had little time to prepare for 170,000 Confederate and Union soldiers who advanced on the town. The soldiers clashed in a three-day battle that would paint its streets and pastoral farmlands crimson in the...
Change of SubjectA weekly listing of intriguing, wacky, useful, provocative and otherwise interesting links that readers and I have come across and think you might want to see. Look for Land of Linkin' first thing every Monday morning and click here to......
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND -- A huge stack of old computer monitors stood today on a pallet, ready to be wrapped in clear plastic and moved into a semi-trailer. Nearby was an even larger stack of old TVs. All are headed for recycling as part of Indiana University...
This post has been corrected. See the note below for details.A study released this week found 30% of U.S. airline passengers accidentally left their tech devices turned on during flights in 2012. The study was conducted by the Airline Passenger Experience Assn. and the Consumer Electronics Assn. as a way to aid...
Sunday may have been foggy, but the goal of the Laguna Beach Community Clinic's Cinco de Mayo celebration was clear — raise money. About $53,000 was netted at the annual event, held Sunday on the terraced patio of Ann and Jim Shea's hillside home....
email@example.comThe Hancock Town Council voted Wednesday to provide a $200,000 loan to the company planning to build electronic home plates there later this year. The council voted to loan the money to Spessard Manufacturing with a personal guarantee from owner Jerry...
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Staff WriterGrant funding that could double the number of inspections booths at the Calexico West Pedestrian Land Port of Entry as well as other efforts to expedite border commuting were some of the issues presented to the so-called Imperial-Mexicali Valley...
May Day protesters marched down streets across the country Wednesday, calling on lawmakers to provide a path to citizenship for the estimated 11 million immigrants who have entered the country illegally or overstayed their visas. The crowds numbered...
Many men will experience prostate enlargement as they get older, some to the point that it will cause urination problems. Dr. Michael Naslund, director of the Maryland Prostate Center at the University Maryland Medical Center, said there are many...
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