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Archive for Monday, January 14, 2008

Also from January 14

Audio clips
Births
Blog entries
Obituaries
On the street
Photo galleries
Taxidermy KU vs. Oklahoma South Junior High School Rookies of the Year Concealed carry
Podcasts
Polls
Christmas bills are coming due this month. Will you be able to pay your credit card balance in full?

Poll results

Response Percent
Yes. I paid the whole bill.
 
45%
No, but I am paying more than the minimum payment.
 
26%
I had no balance on my credit card this month.
 
22%
No, I just paid the minimum.
 
5%
Total 284
Videos

Lead stories

6:00 a.m.
Stephen Dickey, of Lawrence, fires a round out of his Browning .22 handgun Wednesday Jan. 9, 2008 at the Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department's Community Building, 115 W. 11th St. The paperwork target
January 14, 2008 in print edition on 1A
This has been the hardest part. Buying a handgun was odd, but it wasn’t particularly hard. Taking a shooting test to qualify for a concealed handgun permit was a bit nerve-wracking, but at the end of the day it wasn’t anything to lose sleep over. But the paperwork - it’s always the paperwork that gets you.
12:00 p.m.
South Junior High school open house attendees mingle in one of the school's hallways Sunday. The new building cost $24.5 million to construct and was designed to utilize natural light and incorporated angular designs - two things the former dark, circular building didn't have. New school shown off to community
January 14, 2008 in print edition on 3A
South Junior High School had some hiccups when it was first built, in 1968. It was not ready for students until April 1969, near the end of the school year. Until then, students gathered at the abandoned McAllister Grade School. Its two overhead projectors would short out the power if they were used at the same time. That’s a far cry from the beacon of modernity that populates the land at 2347 La. today.
4:00 p.m.
A silent killer
January 14, 2008 in print edition on 1C
The bad news about radon is it’s the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, after smoking. The good news is there are ways to rid your house - or the house you want to buy - of the toxic gas.
5:00 p.m.
Becky Foerschler,  Lawrence, who has seasonal affective disorder, reads by a SAD therapy light. Foerschler uses the light about 30 minutes a day. Light therapy mimics outdoor light and causes a biochemical change in the brain that lifts your mood, relieving symptoms of SAD. Seasonal disorder depresses sufferers
January 14, 2008 in print edition on 3A
Becky Foerschler used to consider wintertime a torment. For years, when the seasons shifted, so did her mood. Like clockwork, her three children shuttled back to school after Christmas break, fatigue settled in and she felt a tug toward a sedentary lifestyle. A simple trudge down the street with Meg, her black lab-mix, was a daunting task.
7:30 p.m.
Kansas forward Darrell Arthur warms up prior to the start of Monday night's game against Oklahoma at Allen Fieldhouse. Balanced Jayhawks continue to roll early in Big 12 play, smashing OU 85-55
7:15 p.m., January 14, 2008 Updated 9:58 p.m.
Some might say Oklahoma was deflated when losing star freshman Blake Griffin five minutes into Monday night’s 85-55 KU win over the Sooners in Allen Fieldhouse. Though, in all honesty, it might not have mattered had Griffin been able to play 35, as the Jayhawks never trailed in routing OU. Four Jayhawks scored in double figures, led by 17 points from senior Darnell Jackson on 8-of-10 shooting. That went with eight rebounds on his final stat line. Darrell Arthur chipped in 14 points and eight boards alongside Jackson in the paint. Griffin, who figured to be the duo’s biggest road block, left early in the game with a sprained left knee.

All stories

Truck crash snarls turnpike traffic
10:37 p.m., January 14, 2008 Updated 12:00 a.m.
Eastbound traffic on the Kansas Turnpike near the Eastern Terminal toll plaza was blocked for more than an hour following an accident involving two semitrailer trucks about 9:30 p.m. Monday, according to Kansas Turnpike Authority dispatchers. With the driving lanes blocked, authorities routed traffic along the shoulder.
6News video: Three injured in 1055 accident
January 14, 2008
After refusing to stop for Baldwin police, three people were injured after losing control of their car early Sunday north of Baldwin City.
6Sports video: Free State, LHS bowled over
January 14, 2008
It’s finally time to hit the hardwood for Free State and Lawrence High, and that doesn’t necessarily means the basketball court.
6Sports video: KU handles Oklahoma
January 14, 2008
After less than 48 hours since the Jayhawks took the floor against Nebraska, they went against Oklahoma and looked to remain unbeaten on Monday night.
6News video: KidCast
January 14, 2008
A bit of weather history, brought to you by a local youth.
6News video: Sebelius gives State of State Address
January 14, 2008
Governor Kathleen Sebelius kicked off the 2008 legislative session with tonight’s state of the state address.
6News video: Lawrence school board discusses budget
January 14, 2008
The Lawrence school board laid the foundation for budget decisions for the 2007-08 school year on Monday night.
6News video: City leaders look to remedy policy
January 14, 2008
Lawrence city leaders say the community’s current economic development policy is too political, and are searching for a way to make it more objective.
6Sports video: BLHS looks to remain perfect
January 14, 2008
The Basehor-Linwood Bobcats put their undefeated record on the line on Monday in round one of the Bobcat Basketball Invitational.
6News video: Dealership looks to reopen
January 14, 2008
Lawrence car dealership Custom Highline is looking to reopen next month, as three financial institutions seek to recoup at least $2 million in loans they say they are owed.
Governor calls for commitment to alternative energy production
In State of the State, Sebelius also renews support for hike in cigarette tax
January 14, 2008
Gov. Kathleen Sebelius on Monday said Kansas should confront climate change by producing more renewable energy and becoming a national leader in alternative fuels.
Balanced Jayhawks continue to roll early in Big 12 play, smashing OU 85-55
07:15 p.m., January 14, 2008 Updated 09:58 p.m.
Some might say Oklahoma was deflated when losing star freshman Blake Griffin five minutes into Monday night’s 85-55 KU win over the Sooners in Allen Fieldhouse. Though, in all honesty, it might not have mattered had Griffin been able to play 35, as the Jayhawks never trailed in routing OU. Four Jayhawks scored in double figures, led by 17 points from senior Darnell Jackson on 8-of-10 shooting. That went with eight rebounds on his final stat line. Darrell Arthur chipped in 14 points and eight boards alongside Jackson in the paint. Griffin, who figured to be the duo’s biggest road block, left early in the game with a sprained left knee.
6News Now: Economic development policy reexamined
January 14, 2008
In tonight’s 6News and tomorrow’s Lawrence Journal-World, city leaders plan a major overhaul of the city economic development policy, and the governor will deliver the annual State of the State address.
Discussions arise about coal plants
January 14, 2008
Comments in recent days from Gov. Kathleen Sebelius and House Speaker Melvin Neufeld have raised speculation about whether a deal is being worked out that would affect the denial of permits to build two coal-burning power plants in western Kansas.
Statehouse briefing
A look at issues facing the 2008 Legislature, which convenes today
January 14, 2008
Workers this morning were spiffing up the renovated House chamber for tonight’s State of the State address to be delivered by Gov. Kathleen Sebelius.
A silent killer
New Lawrence ordinance addresses radon threat
January 14, 2008 in print edition on C1
The bad news about radon is it’s the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, after smoking. The good news is there are ways to rid your house - or the house you want to buy - of the toxic gas.
Odds are growing that economy will collapse into a recession
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
The unemployment rate leaps to a two-year high, record numbers of people are forced from their homes and Wall Street nose-dives again. Such is the fallout from a housing meltdown that threatens to slingshot the country into a recession.
Bolts sink Colts, advance to AFC title game
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B3
After handing New England a huge gift, the San Diego Chargers believe it’s time to give the unbeaten Patriots something else: a challenge. And, oh yeah, a loss.
Sicilians decide Mafia protection an offer they can refuse
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A10
When it came down to business, Cosa Nostra could always count on fear. No more.
Immigration not shifting votes
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A9
Here are the three things that I found most interesting about Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary in which Democratic Sen. Hillary Clinton and Republican Sen. John McCain won upset victories that threw the 2008 presidential race into uncharted territory:
Welcome news
Kansas drivers should work to make 2007’s lower traffic fatality figure the beginning of a long-term trend.
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A9
Here’s hoping that a 15-year low in the number of traffic fatalities in Kansas is not a fluke but the beginning of a trend. The Kansas Department of Transportation reported last week that 404 people died in Kansas traffic accidents in 2007. That’s still 404 too many, but it represents a decline of 13 percent from the 468 fatalities in 2006. Only twice in the last 60 years have fatalities fallen below 400. That was in 1947 and 1992.
Bald eagles recovering after dive into fish truck
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
Most of the 30 bald eagles that survived a disastrous dive into a truck full of fish guts are close to recovery, said officials at the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge.
Small steps to weight-loss success
January 14, 2008
Taking off the pounds in 2008 needn’t take drastic measures. It’s more important to make permanent (and bearable) changes that have long-term physical and wellness benefits rather than adopt Draconian measures for a week or two that can’t reasonably be maintained.
Lawrence volunteering opportunites
January 14, 2008
Is volunteering one of your New Year’s resolutions? Here’s a comprehensive list of volunteer opportunities from the Roger Hill Volunteer Center. Make a call today and feel some of that leftover holiday warmth on the inside.
Pinnacle Technology lands NIH grant
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B9
Pinnacle Technology Inc. recently received a $879,289 grant from the National Institutes of Health-National Institute for Mental Health, in partnership with Kansas University, to focus on development of a new tool to simultaneously measure brain activity and glucose concentrations.
Kansas International celebrates 20 years
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B9
Kansas International is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year, and is asking supporters and others to join the organization’s leaders for breakfast.
U.S. Bank provides $35,500 in grants
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B9
U.S. Bank in Lawrence, through the U.S. Bancorp Foundation, provided $35,500 in grants last year to local nonprofit organizations.
Cowboys crumble in playoffs yet again
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B3
Peyton Manning has a championship game to be at next weekend after all. He can go watch baby brother Eli guide the New York Giants.
KU professor shows works in Australia
January 14, 2008 in print edition on C2
Gina Westergard, a Kansas University metalsmithing/jewelry design associate professor, joins local painter and installation artist Diana Dunkley, internationally acclaimed painter and installation artist Suzann Victor, and painter and coordinator for the exhibitions, Ian Collins, in two exhibitions in Australia that will run through Feb. 4.
Freed hostage reunited with son
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
Recently released Colombian hostage Clara Rojas was reunited Sunday with her 3-year-old son, who was fathered by one of her guerrilla captors but taken away from her months after he was born.
Get Lillian Vernon out of your mailbox
January 14, 2008 in print edition on C1
Are you happy to get the Container Store catalog delivered to your doorstep, but not so interested in repeat mailings from Pottery Barn? A free Web site, www.catalogchoice.org, lets consumers opt out of getting catalogs they don’t want while keeping the ones that they do.
25 tips to improve your life
January 14, 2008
Small steps go a long way toward developing a happier, healthier lifestyle in 2008. There aren’t any Draconian suggestions here, just a plan that addresses some of the usual targets on your list of New Year’s resolutions. Try just one step from each of the five lists from Lawrence Journal-World sources, and make those changes happen.
Second child’s body found near bridge
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
The body of a 3-year-old boy was recovered Sunday in the search for four children allegedly thrown from a coastal bridge by their father, authorities said.
Be ready for tough interview questions
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B9
Q: I recently quit my job as an human-resources generalist with an aerospace company. I really liked the job and my co-workers, with the exception of my boss. As much as I tried, I could not work with the manager’s style, and I quit.
Auditions planned for ‘Cover of Life’
January 14, 2008 in print edition on C1
Lawrence Community Theatre has announced auditions for the drama “The Cover of Life.” Written by R. T. Robinson, the story is set in the South during World War II.
Seasonal disorder depresses sufferers
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A3
Becky Foerschler used to consider wintertime a torment. For years, when the seasons shifted, so did her mood. Like clockwork, her three children shuttled back to school after Christmas break, fatigue settled in and she felt a tug toward a sedentary lifestyle. A simple trudge down the street with Meg, her black lab-mix, was a daunting task.
State of the State address tonight
Lawmakers return today to Capitol
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A1
A full menu of tough issues awaits Kansas lawmakers today as the 2008 legislative session starts. The House and Senate will gavel in this afternoon and then hold a joint session to hear Gov. Kathleen Sebelius’ State of the State address.
Community Building houses firing range
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A1
George Pisani leans against an old cafeteria-style table, stacked full of magazines like Gun Tests, Field & Stream and Shotgun News. A story is flowing among a group of guys about shooting wild boar at Clinton Lake. The quandary is whether a 9 millimeter will be a big enough weapon to handle the task at hand. No guarantees that it will is the general consensus.
Researchers rebuild rat heart and get it beating in lab
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A1
Researchers seeking new treatments for heart disease managed to grow a rat heart in the lab and start it beating.
Businessman: State needs tech training overhaul
Kansas’ technical schools aren’t providing enough skilled workers for its workforce
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A3
A Hays businessman and key state officials want to overhaul the way Kansas does technical training. “The output of our curriculum has to be raised to a higher standard,” said Joseph Glassman, chairman of the Postsecondary Technical Education Authority and president and chief executive of Glassman Corp., the largest mechanical construction company in western Kansas.
Couple was checked out before adoption
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A3
A Haysville husband and wife who adopted a girl the man is now accused of sexually assaulting passed a series of background checks before the adoption, the state says.
Featured Web site has offensive posts
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A3
An online link from a story in the New Year New You special section in Sunday’s Journal-World sent readers to a Web site at which some users have posted inappropriate content.
No. 10 Indiana holds off Illini, 62-58
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B5
Eric Gordon and No. 10 Indiana stuck it to Illinois again. The high-scoring freshman, who reneged on an oral commitment with the Illini and signed instead with the Hoosiers, had 17 points and Indiana rallied from a seven-point deficit in the second half to beat Illinois, 62-58, Sunday.
Wildcats upend ‘Horns
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B5
Shalee Lehning scored 21 points to lead Kansas State to a 77-74 overtime upset of No. 15 Texas in the Longhorns’ Big 12 home opener on Sunday.
Year of the rookie
OU’s Griffin just one fab freshman
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B1
Two years ago, as the Kansas University basketball team hit the road in the Big 12 Conference, newspaper after newspaper would hype that night’s game with stories on the Jayhawks’ talented freshman class visiting for the first time. Now, Kansas is on the other end of those stories. Oklahoma power forward Blake Griffin, coming off a 27-point, 14-rebound effort in Saturday’s two-point loss to Kansas State, tonight becomes the first freshman of many elite recruits from the Big 12 to test his game against the conference’s best team.
Joint chiefs chairman favors closing Guantanamo Bay prison
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A8
The chief of the U.S. military said Sunday he favors closing the prison here as soon as possible because he believes negative publicity worldwide about treatment of terrorist suspects has been “pretty damaging” to the image of the United States.
Pregnancy nearly protected
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B2
Athletes who become pregnant or have other medical conditions moved closer to NCAA protection of their scholarships under legislation overwhelmingly approved Sunday by the Division I management council.
NBA Roundup
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B6
Scores from around the league.
Don’t worry: Jayhawks rested
Despite late game, travel day: ‘We will be fine’
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B4
Kansas University’s basketball players showered, met the media, then signed autographs for 200 or so Crimson and Blue-clad fans before boarding the team bus about 11 p.m., Saturday outside Nebraska’s Devaney Center.
Commentary: Hold your horses: What about Romo’s roaming?
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B2
What was the upside? Somebody please explain it to me. How was Tony Romo supposed to benefit from his off-week trip to Mexico with singer/actress/whatever-it-is-she-is Jessica Simpson? And, more important, how were the Cowboys supposed to benefit from their most important player jetting off to a resort the week before a playoff game?
Marine suspect in slaying case sighted
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A6
The nationwide manhunt for a Marine wanted in the brutal slaying of a 20-year-old pregnant colleague who had accused him of rape focused Sunday on Louisiana and Texas, after he was apparently seen at a bus station.
Clinton, Obama face off on comments, economic plans
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A8
Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton suggested Sunday that Barack Obama’s campaign had injected racial tension into the presidential contest, saying he had distorted for political gain her comments about Martin Luther King’s role in the civil rights movement.
Serena opens latest title defense
Younger Williams sister off to good start at Australian Open
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B2
The difference in 12 months was easy to see. Serena Williams, wearing fuchsia bicycle shorts and headband, a short white dress and dangling, chandelier-inspired earrings, found her form quickly and beat Jarmila Gajdosova, 6-3, 6-3, today in the first match in the Australian Open.
Counseling center holds volunteer orientations
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A5
Headquarters Counseling Center will put on orientation sessions for people interested in becoming volunteer counselors Tuesday from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Lawrence Public Library auditorium, Sunday from 2 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. at the Community Mercantile classroom and Jan. 24 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:45 p.m. at Borders’ coffee shop.
Horoscopes
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B8
You know what you are doing, and you let others see that confidence this year. You are the strongest in the realms of real estate, domestic issues and finances. Your innate optimism has you spinning in several different directions. If you are single, you will yearn for a significant tie, and quite likely you will find that person in the mid to later months of 2008.
Tens of thousands protest election
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A8
Tens of thousands of Georgians protested the election victory of U.S.-allied President Mikhail Saakashvili on Sunday, claiming fraud and demanding a recount.
Tourism record set with 46 million visitors
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
With a falling dollar sweetening the deal for international travelers, a record-setting number of tourists visited the city last year, spending an estimated $28 billion, tourism officials said Sunday.
Old Home Town - 25 years ago
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A9
The evidence was that natural gas rates would keep rising during a deregulation period. U.S. Rep. Jim Slattery, D-Kan., said he would do everything he could to fight such hikes.
Electoral vote change endorsed
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
New Jersey on Sunday became the second state to enter a compact that would eliminate the Electoral College’s power to choose a president if enough states endorse the idea.
Old Home Town - 100 years ago
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A9
From the Lawrence Daily World for Jan. 14, 1908: “More than 150 are reported to have perished in a fire following a gas explosion at the Rhoads Opera House last night in Boyerstown, Pa. Many were trampled in the panic and a number of them appear to have been children.
Cheeky book explores more than French alphabet
January 14, 2008 in print edition on C1
Napoleon was out; formerly exiled King Louis XVIII was in. At a grand chateau in the French countryside in 1814, a 2-year-old aristocrat was learning about his post-Revolution world with the aid of an illustrated alphabet primer, a special gift from a fond, artistically inclined uncle.
New tropical disease headed for US
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A6
U.S. health officials are warning that a sometimes-deadly tropical disease that’s spread by mosquitoes is re-emerging worldwide and could gain a foothold in the U.S. one day.
Keeping data safe
Handhelds pose security challenges for businesses
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B9
Smartphones are poised to become the next major security challenge for businesses. For now, a good rule of thumb for on-the-go workers is: “If you don’t need to do it, don’t do it,” said Aaron Cohen, chief executive of The Hacker Academy, a Chicago-based firm that provides security training for companies and government agencies. Cohen warned against idly checking e-mail or opening sensitive documents on a hand-held device - unless it’s absolutely necessary.
Pump patrol
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A3
The Journal-World found gas prices as low as $2.86 at several locations.
Paparazzi should get a life
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A9
I’ve got nothing against fame. I’m famous myself. Sort of. OK, not Will Smith famous. Or Ellen DeGeneres famous. All right, not even Marilu Henner famous.
121 war veterans linked to killings
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A6
At least 121 Iraq and Afghanistan war veterans have committed a killing or been charged in one in the United States after returning from combat, The New York Times reported Sunday.
Old Home Town - 40 years ago
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A9
The Douglas County Commission approved an overall salary increase of 5 percent for courthouse employees.
KU grad on a roll on Tour
Page in line to win PBA rookie award
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B1
In just a few short months, former Kansas University bowler Rhino Page has gone from hoping to be a part of the Professional Bowlers Association tour to nearly taking his first title in December at Spartanburg, S.C. Page, 24, came within 10 pins of defeating PBA veteran Parker Bohn III at the Spartanburg Classic, the tour’s eighth event of the season.
Money tip: money mistakes to avoid
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B9
Here, from Consumer Reports, are common mistakes that can each cost you $1,000,000 - and advice on how to avoid them.
The paperwork target
County’s application process cumbersome
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A1
This has been the hardest part. Buying a handgun was odd, but it wasn’t particularly hard. Taking a shooting test to qualify for a concealed handgun permit was a bit nerve-wracking, but at the end of the day it wasn’t anything to lose sleep over. But the paperwork - it’s always the paperwork that gets you.
The rules of voicemail
Ignore the proper etiquette at your peril
January 14, 2008 in print edition on C2
If you would like to leave a long, rambling message with no apparent point, please hang up now. If you are calling to verify that your e-mail has been received, please go outside and do five laps around the block. If you’d like to leave five numbers and the different hours of the day you might be reached at those numbers, please quit your job, begin taking daily Bikram yoga classes and move to Santa Fe.
Legislature to see proposal that would condemn gangsta rap
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B10
The Legislature could make an unusual statement about popular culture this year and criticize gangsta rap for profanity-laced language and what critics consider messages that demean women and promote violence.
State issues 10,000 permits
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A7
Miami County - home to Paola and Osawatomie - has the highest number of concealed carry permit holders per capita in Kansas. That’s among the details contained in statistics from the first year of operation of the state’s concealed carry program.
New school shown off to community
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A3
South Junior High School had some hiccups when it was first built, in 1968. It was not ready for students until April 1969, near the end of the school year. Until then, students gathered at the abandoned McAllister Grade School. Its two overhead projectors would short out the power if they were used at the same time. That’s a far cry from the beacon of modernity that populates the land at 2347 La. today.
Capitol Briefing
News from the Kansas Statehouse
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A5
State Rep. Josh Svaty, D-Ellsworth, has said he was wrong about some comments he made about House Speaker Melvin Neufeld, R-Ingalls, concerning the rejection of permits to build two coal-fired electric plants near Holcomb. Neufeld supports the plants and has been highly critical of the state rejection of the permits.
Bush encourages democracy, warns about Iran’s ambitions
January 14, 2008 in print edition on A2
President Bush gently nudged authoritarian Arab allies Sunday to satisfy frustrated desires for democracy in the Mideast and saved his harshest criticism for Iran, branding it “the world’s leading state-sponsor of terror.”
Healthy winter recipes
January 14, 2008
These recipes offer cold-weather comfort without packing on calories. Most are rich in fiber and vitamins, too
Golden Globes has little luster
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B8
The first Golden Globe of the night went to Cate Blanchett for her supporting role in “I’m Not There” - and that pretty much said it all about the awards ceremony Sunday that was wiped out by the Hollywood writers strike.
Shows take a look at the dark side
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B8
The dependably thoughtful series “American Experience” (8 p.m., PBS, check local listings) enters a new season with “Oswald’s Ghost,” a documentary by Robert Stone (“Guerrilla: The Taking of Patty Hearst”).”Ghost” offers a brooding meditation on the psychic wounds that still reverberate from the grim events of Nov. 22, 1963.
People in the news
January 14, 2008 in print edition on B8
¢ Christina Aguilera gives birth to son¢ ‘The Bucket List’ hauls in most bucks