- As tearful Korean reunions end, more seen unlikely Updated: Feb-25-14 4:11 am
- Fading VFW post gets boost from tie-dyed neighbors Updated: Feb-22-14 9:25 am
- Wis. Assembly passes family felon bill Updated: Feb-13-14 5:13 pm
- Decision expected on Fort Gratiot Lighthouse fees Updated: Feb-09-14 4:13 am
SEOUL, South Korea - The 88-year-old North Korean man stretched his arms out the bus window to grasp the hands of his South Korean sister one final time before the end of rare reunions Tuesday between hundreds of family members separated for decades by war and politics.
TAKOMA PARK, Maryland - For more than 15 years, Bob Patten passed the little block building near his house - the one with the anti-aircraft gun in the parking lot - without going inside. A self-described typical Takoma Park liberal ("retired peace activist turned bicycle transportation planner"), he'd never had much reason to pay a call on the town's tiny VFW post.
MADISON, Wisconsin - A bad guy's family could wind up behind bars if they help him hide out from the law under a bill the Wisconsin Assembly has passed.
PORT HURON, Michigan - A decision is expected this week on a proposal to lower fees for weddings and other events held at the Fort Gratiot Light Station.