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May 3, 2018 12:42 AM The Latest: Parole board stays execution set for Thursday

The Georgia parole board has issued a stay for a condemned inmate who was scheduled to be executed Thursday. Robert Earl Butts Jr. was scheduled to die Thursday evening at the state prison in Jackson. The State Board of Pardons and Paroles on Wednesday evening issued a stay of up to 90 days to further consider the case. Board spokesman Steve Hayes said the board 86

May 2, 2018 9:58 PM This Hialeah-born Miami Hurricanes pitcher's future looks bright as MLB draft approaches

This Hialeah-born Miami Hurricanes pitcher's future looks bright as MLB draft approaches Andrew Cabezas wants to be like Hall of Famer Pedro Martínez, but the person who Cabezas wants to emulate in real life is his father, Armando. Cabezas wants to have the fierceness and the competitive warrior spirit that Martínez had. And Cabezas wants to be just as dedicated 72

May 1, 2018 3:32 PM Prosecutor in Tim Piazza hazing death says five Penn State fraternity members should face involuntary manslaughter charges

Five should face manslaughter charges in Tim Piazza death: AG A jury should have final say in Penn State student Tim Piazza's hazing death, not a magistrate, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro said during a press conference that five fraternity members should be charged with involuntary manslaughter in connection with Piazza's 107

April 25, 2018 5:25 PM ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two’ Review: Bringing the Magic to Life

The two-part, five-hour extravaganza is the most expensive nonmusical production ever to open on Broadway—and it shows. Rarely has a show been less in need of good reviews, from me or anyone else, than “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” the latest line extension of J.K. Rowling’s franchise of novels, films and theme parks, which has come to New York after 68

April 16, 2018 8:57 PM Domino’s now delivers pizza to Central Park and 150,000 other parks, beaches, sports fields

Domino's now delivers pizza to parks and beaches at select hotspots around the country. Just in time for warmer weather, Domino’s will drop off pies to more than 150,000 parks, beaches, sports fields and other curbside spots around the country without an official address. Called “hotspots,” they’ll only be available for prepaid orders made online at dominos 93

April 16, 2018 8:33 PM Oregon State Parks may allow e-bikes on state beaches

Oregon State Parks may allow e-bikes on state beaches A proposal would allow electric bicycles on Oregon beaches as soon as this summer. The Oregon Parks and Recreation Department's rule changes would permit e-bikes on the sand between the low-tide waterline and vegetation line along portions of the coast, said Katie Gauthier, legislative and policy 79

April 10, 2018 12:23 AM Disneyland launches Dole Whip Donut

Disneyland has revealed a Dole Whip Donut, which mimics the flavors of the original fan-favorite Dole Whip. (Courtesy of Disney) Disneyland has unveiled its newest food creation – a breakfast-worthy update of the beloved Dole Whip. The Dole Whip, a heaping cup of cool pineapple soft serve, is one of Disney parks’ most popular snacks, Food & Wine reported 209

April 2, 2018 11:42 PM Justice Department Sues California Over Law Blocking Public Land Sales

Measure passed last year amid concerns state national parks would be targeted for sale or for energy and industrial development SAN FRANCISCO—The Justice Department sued California on Monday, seeking to block a new state law that restricts the U.S. government’s ability to sell and manage federal public lands. The lawsuit, filed in U.S. District Court 70

March 24, 2018 7:30 PM Rising cacti theft sparks plant microchipping at Arizona national park

Visiting America’s national parks will forever change you. The remarkable beauty that these vast areas have to offer is almost impossible to truly describe — which is why people are often tempted to take a piece of the park home with them in the form of a plant, rock, or something more precious. But it should go without saying you should never, ever vandalize 101

March 24, 2018 4:23 PM At Burning Man, Art Is Now More Permanent Than Perishable

The gathering has become an art event, with works and large installations that have a long shelf life The robots, monsters and other harum-scarum works of art at Burning Man aren’t all destined for a pyre at the annual conclave in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert. Some are heading to public parks, music festivals and museum exhibitions. Over the next few weeks 64