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By Tom Harris
Climate science is no more 'settled' than the ever-changing climate itself
Topic - Dillard'S
When CBRE Oklahoma Senior Vice President Mark Inman has a big-box space available for lease, one of the first clients he calls doesn't have a product to sell. The client offers religious services rather than goods.
The only televised debate for the four Republicans lieutenant governor candidates is delving into candidate backgrounds and controversies surrounding them.
The four Republican candidates for Illinois lieutenant governor were set to square off Thursday in their only televised debate ahead of the March 18 primary.
A major union's endorsement became a central focus of a debate between the Republican candidates for Illinois governor on Wednesday, prompting questions about the contenders' GOP credentials, accusations of "selling out" taxpayers and pointed exchanges over the role of organized labor in the state's politics.
A suburban Chicago-based newspaper says it's endorsing state Sen. Kirk Dillard in the Republican primary for Illinois governor.
Viewers of the popular Food Network show "Food Court Wars," which pits area chefs against one another for a chance to open their own dining space, may soon see Logan as the backdrop for an upcoming episode.
Maureen McDonnell made a heck of a fashion splash in that 14-count federal indictment filed Monday in Virginia.
It's safe to say that Michael Cheshire is not a happy man. At least not when he's talking about how evangelical Christian churches treat their own, especially when their own have stumbled.
Doug Dillard, an influential banjo player who helped shape rock `n' roll and introduce the nation to bluegrass music during a popular run on "The Andy Griffith Show," died Wednesday in Nashville. He was 75.