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By Molly Millett, Pioneer Press, St. Paul, Minn. Jun. 18--When his kids started squabbling, Skip Crust knew what to do. He took photos.
By ERIC BRADNER Sometimes a little trail magic is what it takes to get a fresh start. That's what Jacksonville's Matt Balanky, 29, and his cousin Ben Webb, 34, of Fort Lauderdale, are hoping for.
By Lindsey Slater, Journal-World, Lawrence, Kan. Jun. 17--Playing in a sandbox has never been more fun. Eleven children took part in a day camp at Kansas University's Natural History Museum on Monday to learn all about dinosaurs and fossils.
It's taken five years and a couple of "Shreks" for Mike Myers to take on a new role. Forget the green ogre. "The Love Guru" is here (it opens in theaters on Friday).
By Janet Jacobs, Corsicana Daily Sun, Texas Jun. 15--Three days before filing a permit application with the state to build a power plant in Navarro County, LS Power filed a nearly exact application for a power plant in Fannin County.
By Andy Coleman AMERICAN rockers Queensryche merge theatre and music as they bring two of their biggest selling albums to life for the first time in the UK. The quintet will perform Operation: mindcrime I and II on stage at Wolverhampton Civic Hall on Wednesday.
The migration of rural Alaskans from village to city has accelerated in the last two years, though the reasons are complex and cannot be easily linked to higher energy costs, a new university study says. Out-migration has been a fact of modern Alaska life for decades.
New research showed that girls, babies that weighed more, babies who do not have a twin and babies whose mothers received steroids for lung development were more likely to survive being born prematurely.
It's the war that more than a million U.S. soldiers have fought, leaving nearly 4,000 dead and more than 29,000 wounded in action. The one in which thousands of contractors rushed in to serve and to make a buck - though some paid the ultimate price, as well.
"Natural" is an increasingly important claim to American consumers searching for healthier food. Yet the word has long had a fuzzy regulatory definition, a condition that's increasingly under fire from all angles.
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.