Flare gun incident spooks Philly airport (CBS/AP) PHILADELPHIA - Authorities say someone may have shot a flare into the sky near Philadelphia International Airport as a plane was landing. US Airways spokesman Todd Lehmacher (LEE'-mock-er) says Flight 4321 from Elmira, N.Y., landed safely on ... 05/22/2012 - 5:46 am | View Link
Top 14 viral videos of 2011: Royal weddings, zombies and muppets top list 2011 was a great year for viral marketing case studies. The entertainment bar is getting ever-higher, making viral marketing briefs among the toughest that any creative agency can receive. For a viral to really travel it needs the combination of a ... 12/21/2011 - 11:00 am | View Link
Inpress Issue #1128 Melbourne is one of the few true rock’n’roll capitols of the world. And Inpress magazine is the voice of this great rock’n’roll city. For over 20 years, Inpress has been covering every inch of the entertainment scene, profiling international ... 08/8/2010 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Cheers and Jeers: Tuesday Cheers to stable internet connections. After way too long messing around with DSL (and having Verizon kill off both phone and DSL when they were only supposed to turn off the phone) I got a real connection: a wireless internet service provider. A ... 10/2/2006 - 5:59 pm | View Link
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INFORUMChipotle Mexican Grill Inc on Monday said the 46 ingredients used in its roughly 1,800 restaurants were now free of genetically modified organisms, becoming the first major U. S. restaurant chain
Two judges from Oakland and Macomb counties will team to talk about one of the most important writings in the formation of the United States of America. Macomb County Probate Judge Carl Marlinga and Oakland County Circuit Court Judge Michael Warren will discuss "The Federalist Papers," aka "The Federalist," on Thursday in a special edition of the Macomb County Bar Foundation History Book Club at Barnes & Noble in Shelby Township.
For the Detroit Lions' offense, the NFL draft is crucial for two areas - a left guard and a running back. Note, neither has to be a first-round pick but the guard has to have the ability to step in and start in September. With the release of Rodney Austin last week and the failure to sign veteran Rob Sims by now, the potential pool of guards is shallow.
When it comes to dangerous weather, Judith Foltz is feeling a bit safer these days. Foltz, 60, is one of 50 impoverished residents of Warren selected to receive a new, free emergency radio that will alert her to tornado watches and tornado warnings. The radios, valued at approximately $30 each, were donated by the Warren Police Department's Citizen Emergency Response Team.
Matt Smith saw firsthand the excitement that comes with being recruited to play Division I basketball when his older sister, Becca, was starring at South Elgin High School before earning a scholarship to play at Loyola, where she just completed her junior season. Now, Matt Smith will be heading to a Division I school to play basketball as well.