Well, here we are gentle reader. Ready to tackle 2012. Hmm, tackling.
I heard about a website months ago that gives out gift cards and other rewards for tracking good habits.
Those who enjoy reading novels where they are familiar with the setting should enjoy a new book by one of Madera’s own.
(Midday edition) Here's the latest news for Wednesday, January 4: Bachmann out, Santorum moves forward; Sudden cold snap worries Fla. farmers; 2 British men sentenced, years after murder; Annual animal count at London Zoo.
The presidential aspirations of Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann became shaky after poor showings in the Iowa caucuses. Now, Bachmann has dropped out. What may have done them in: a lack of political seasoning and timing.
The director of Cirque Du Soleil, Tim Smith, talks about the exciting developments in their latest show 'Totem,' which is returning to London's Royal Albert Hall.
Strawberry growers, manatees and tropical fish farmers are all taking precautions against the cold in central Florida.
The top U.S. Diplomat for Asian affairs says the U.S. And China plan to stay in "close contact" over developments in North Korea. Kurt Campbell, the Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs, is visiting East Asia.
Michele Bachmann is quitting the Republican presidential campaign, saying she's 'decided to stand aside' in the wake of her sixth place finish in the Iowa precinct caucuses.
Oy Vey! 'Bark Mitzvahs' are emerging as one of the latest crazes in dog-lover circles.