No matter which way you turned, it was wet Wednesday, January 26, 2005 as these drivers at North Euclid Avenue and East Second Street found out. January is on track to be the wettest month in nearly a year and a half.
DEAR ABBY: As a fire officer, I have seen far too many families
fall victim to home fires. It is devastating to find out that a
life could have been saved if someone had taken the simple step of
replacing a dead smoke- alarm battery. Nearly 96 percent of
American homes have at least one smok…
PITTSBURGH — This is exactly why the Minnesota Vikings spent the
summer trying to persuade Brett Favre to end his retirement: to run
their offense, not be their offense.
Arizonans love their state, but it can do better. Much better.
That's the conclusion of "The Arizona We Want," a report by The
Center for the Future of Arizona, based on a Gallup Organization
public opinion research survey to find out what Arizonans are
Be upfront with good economic news
On Oct. 17, Alan Michaels will continue a fall tradition started
five years ago: he will walk in memory to honor his father, his
fellow baby boomers and himself.
CHICAGO — Parents beware: Giving in to teens' demands for their
own cars can have dangerous consequences, new research
How would Canyon del Oro's Ka'Deem Carey top last week's
school-record 284-yard rushing performance?
The following editorial appeared Thursday in the Miami
I caught part of a radio call-in show the other day on which a
veterinarian was fielding questions about Addison's disease among
basset hounds and a cocker spaniel's hypothyroid problem and what
can be done about a bulldog who snores (he needs to lose weight),
and it was interesting to disco…
Annie Shellberg started volunteering 10 hours a month when she
was 5 years old. Fast- forward 44 years and she is still going
strong. In fact, Shellberg volunteers for seven organizations and
sits on the board of directors for three, investing more than 500
hours annually in nonprofits such …
PHILADELPHIA — Coming soon to your TV: more advertising, in
places you might not expect.
A summer Sunday in an old Midwestern river town, walking down
the avenue under the elms past yards burgeoning with vinous and
hedgy things and multicolored flowerage, the industry of each
homeowner shown in the beauty offered to the passerby.
It's the Group of 8 summit in Italy, and world leaders are
strolling along when they spot a girl floundering in a pond, crying
out and then dipping beneath the surface.
If you're a regular reader of my column, by now you know that I
love paying as little as possible for my groceries.
OAKLAND, Calif. — When Michael Lewis wrote his 2003 book
"Moneyball," he depicted an Oakland A's team that was built on
frugal spending, unorthodox player assessment and an in-game
approach that minimized risks.