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Last Call (access required)

Memo to frat guys across the continent: Don’t let this happen to you. Last week, a beer bomb nearly leveled the little town of Adair in northeast Oklahoma. Back up. Okay, it wasn’t that dramatic, but last week, a beer ...

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Mary, Mary (access required)

Who can turn the world on with her smile? Who can take a nothing day and suddenly make all seem worthwhile? Mary, of course. Mary Tyler Moore, that is, whose namesake program was a staple of 1970s television. Playing a ...

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Hang up and drive (access required)

(AP) That’s the message sent to novice drivers by the House of Delegates, which voted 86-10 Wednesday to pass legislation banning motorists under age 18 from using cell phones or other wireless telecommunications devices while driving. Amendments added by a ...

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Good old George (access required)

MOUNT VERNON—(AP) The Mount Vernon estate may soon begin selling whiskey from George Washington’s rebuilt distillery, which is scheduled to open to the public next month. Gov. Timothy M. Kaine is expected to sign into law a measure that would ...

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In Bowzer We Trust (access required)

Here’s something you don’t see too often: “Bowzer,” that guy from Sha Na Na, mentioned in a Virginia General Assembly story. Actually, you don’t hear much about music from the Assembly, unless it’s one of those state-song stories. And you ...

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Hearsay (access required)

And sentence her to Grandma school… (AP) A woman mistakenly put her 1-month-old grandson through an X-ray machine at Los Angeles International Airport, authorities said. A startled security worker noticed the shape of a child on the carry-on baggage screening ...

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Tales from the crypt? (access required)

TAZEWELL—A high school teacher who allegedly took two students to a burial vault and handled human remains was simply pursuing an interest in history, her lawyer said. “Possibly poor judgment, but not to the level of a felony,” Candace Lee ...

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