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  • Popular amusement park ride shut down

    By Associated Press

    A New Hampshire amusement park has shut down its newest ride "for the foreseeable future." Published July 30, 2014

  • Hikes sought in health coverage rates

    By Associated Press

    The state's largest insurer says close to 45,000 Louisiana policyholders could see the rates for their health coverage jump anywhere from 10 percent to nearly 20 percent next year, and the Affordable Care Act is a major reason. Published July 30, 2014

  • Lollapalooza marks a decade in Chicago

    By CARYN ROUSSEAU - Associated Press

    Once the vagabond of the music festival and touring circuit, Lollapalooza marks its 10th anniversary in Chicago when it opens for three days starting Friday with a lineup including Eminem, Outkast and Kings of Leon. Published July 30, 2014

  • Pediatrician accused of assault gives up license

    By Associated Press

    An Eau Claire pediatrician acquitted of most sexual assault charges against him agreed to give up his medical license so the remaining counts will be dismissed. Published July 30, 2014

  • Bieber and Gomez on Screen

    By Associated Press

    Published July 30, 2014

  • Verona's Moras donates bone marrow to brother

    By Associated Press

    Hellas Verona defender Vangelis Moras is in Australia to donate bone marrow to his older brother Dimitris, who has leukemia. Published July 30, 2014

  • Rancher appeals state's seizure of horses

    By Associated Press

    A Vermont ranch owner is appealing the state's seizure of his horses to the state Supreme Court. Published July 30, 2014

  • Chickens share backyards and pests with dogs, cats

    By SUE MANNING - Associated Press

    The popular push for locally produced food has spawned flocks of backyard chickens in urban neighborhoods nationwide, but people may not realize that feasting on fresh eggs can mean subjecting their more typical household pets to pain from a new pest that hitches a ride on hens. Published July 30, 2014

  • U.S. surgeon general is hesitant about green-lighting marijuana

    By Tom Howell Jr. - The Washington Times

    The acting U.S. surgeon general said Wednesday he is wary of legalizing marijuana because it would be "yet another product out there" that can cause respiratory problems. Published July 30, 2014

  • US bars some Venezuela officials from US travel

    By Associated Press

    Amid escalating tensions with socialist Venezuela, the U.S. State Department on Wednesday announced new travel restrictions against Venezuelan officials believed to have committed human rights abuses during a spring crackdown on anti-government protests. Published July 30, 2014

  • Hancock County woman works to open arts hub

    By MARIBETH VAUGHN - Associated Press

    The one lesson that has stuck with Janet Hanley's art students more than anything: Published July 30, 2014

  • Alex Katz mural going up near Whitney's new home

    By Associated Press

    A monumental mural by Alex Katz will be mounted directly across from the Whitney museum's future home in New York's Meatpacking district. Published July 30, 2014

  • Hospital: No evidence that penis amputated there

    By Associated Press

    A Birmingham hospital is disputing a man's account that his penis was amputated at its facility. Published July 30, 2014

  • Fitz and The Tantrums headline US Open ceremony

    By Associated Press

    Fitz and The Tantrums and 3 Winans Brothers will be the headlining acts for the opening ceremony at the U.S. Open tennis tournament. Published July 30, 2014

  • Passenger dies on US Airways flight to Phoenix

    By Associated Press

    Authorities in Phoenix say a passenger has died on a US Airways flight to Phoenix from Honolulu after a suffering an unknown medical emergency. Published July 30, 2014

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