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NEW YORK (AP) —
, radio’s master of the para-normal and outward edges of science, will return to themicrophone on Sept. 16 with a new nighttime show onSirius XM Radio.Bell was one of radio’s top syndicated voices in the 1990sbefore walking away from his nightly show in 2002 due tofamily issues. He worked occasionally after that but hasn’tbeen on the air since Halloween 2010.“I missed it terribly,” said Bell, 68, whose weeknightshow will air live from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. ET. Sirius is buildinga studio at Bell’s rural Nevada home where he will work. A Sirius representative contacted Bell through socialmedia a few months ago, leading to the formation of hisshow, “Art Bell’s Dark Matter.” He’ll talk about things likeUFOs, ghosts, near-death experiences and weird aspects of science. He’ll do interviews and take calls from viewers.
DETROIT (AP) — U.S. border agents say they foundmarijuana on a bus with singer
’s tour as itcrossed into Detroit from Windsor, Canada.U.S. Customs and Border Protection spokesman KenHammond confirms that the bus was stopped Sunday as itattempted to enter the U.S. on the Ambassador Bridge.The singer was not on the bus at the time and performedlater that night at Joe Louis Arena.Hammond says a police dog indicated the presence of drugs on the bus and that drug paraphernalia and a smallamount of marijuana were found. He says the bus driver was cited and that the bus and its passengers were allowedto go.
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Rapper
has beenarrested on charges of DUI and resisting arrest withoutviolence.Dahlia, whose real name is Katriana Huguet, was arrest-ed early Tuesday in Miami Beach. Jail records show she’sbeing held on $2,000 bail.The arrest affidavit reports that an officer spottedHuguet speeding with the headlights off and pulled herover. The officer noticed a strong smell of alcohol in the carand noted that Huguet had blood shot eyes and her speech was slurred. She refused to perform any sobriety tests andcursed at the officer.
Actor Don Murray is 84. Jazz com-poser-musician Kenny Burrell is 82. Actor Geoffrey Lewis is78. Actress France Nuyen is 74. Actress Susan Flannery is 74. Actress Geraldine Chaplin is 69. Actor Barry Van Dyke is 62. Actor Michael Biehn is 57. Entrepreneur Mark Cuban is 55. Actor Wesley Snipes is 51. Author J.K. Rowling is 48. ActorDean Cain is 47. Actor Ben Chaplin is 44.
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Hi Lo Prc Otlk Albany,N.Y. 80 55 Clr Albuquerque 93 66 PCldy Amarillo 91 68 Cldy Anchorage 70 56 PCldy Asheville 79 58 Rain Atlanta 90 65 Rain Atlantic City 83 59 PCldy Austin 102 76 PCldy Baltimore 84 59 Cldy Billings 79 56 PCldy Birmingham 91 68 RainBismarck 74 50 .06 Clr Boise 95 66 PCldy Boston 84 66 .03 Clr Brownsville 97 79 PCldy Buffalo 73 57 Cldy Burlington,Vt. 78 59 Clr Casper 86 55 .15PCldy Charleston,S.C. 91 73 RainCharleston,W.Va. 81 58 RainCharlotte,N.C. 85 66 RainCheyenne 84 51 .08PCldy Chicago 74 57 .02 Cldy Cincinnati 78 57 Cldy Cleveland 77 56 Cldy Columbia,S.C. 90 72 RainColumbus,Ohio 79 58 RainConcord,N.H. 80 55 Clr Dallas-Ft Worth 99 79 PCldy Dayton 78 58 RainDenver 88 56 PCldy Des Moines 73 64 .19 Cldy Detroit 79 54 Cldy Duluth 72 61 .04 RainEl Paso 98 78 .47PCldy Evansville 74 68 .69 Cldy Fairbanks 76 56 PCldy Fargo 80 59 .07 Clr Flagstaff 80 48 Cldy Grand Rapids 79 50 Cldy Great Falls 74 52 PCldy Greensboro,N.C. 83 64 RainHartford Spgfld 82 59 PCldy Helena 78 55 Cldy Honolulu 89 73 .16 RainHouston 96 77 PCldy Indianapolis 74 63 .02 Cldy Jackson,Miss. 96 75 .02 Cldy Jacksonville 93 75 .65 Cldy Juneau 79 52 Clr Kansas City 81 68 .67PCldy Key West 88 82 Cldy Las Vegas 104 83 Clr Little Rock 87 77 Cldy Los Angeles 76 62 PCldy Louisville 80 66 .10 RainLubbock 94 70 PCldy Memphis 86 76 Cldy Miami Beach 91 79 .08PCldy Midland-Odessa 102 77 PCldy Milwaukee 73 56 .02 Cldy Mpls-St Paul 72 65 RainNashville 84 64 .10 RainNew Orleans 93 78 Cldy New York City 83 67 PCldy Norfolk,Va. 84 67 Cldy North Platte 86 59 PCldy Oklahoma City 93 71 1.16 Clr Omaha 75 65 .02 Cldy Orlando 93 75 Cldy Pendleton 91 59 Cldy Philadelphia 82 65 PCldy Phoenix 108 86 Clr Pittsburgh 78 53 Cldy Portland,Maine 82 59 .01 Clr Portland,Ore. 81 57 Cldy Providence 83 66 Clr Raleigh-Durham 87 62 RainRapid City 88 59 .16PCldy Reno 92 60 Clr Richmond 86 65 Cldy Sacramento 88 54 Clr St Louis 77 67 1.53 Cldy St Petersburg 96 81 .03 Cldy Salt Lake City 95 71 .01 Clr San Antonio 103 80 PCldy San Diego 73 65 Cldy San Francisco 68 56 Cldy San Juan,P.R. 90 80 .02PCldy Santa Fe 90 61 PCldy St Ste Marie 76 50 RainSeattle 76 56 Cldy Shreveport 97 74 Cldy Sioux Falls 80 62 Cldy Spokane 89 61 Cldy Syracuse 76 60 PCldy Tampa 92 78 2.21 Rain Topeka 80 69 .15 Cldy Tucson 104 77 PCldy Tulsa 90 72 1.23PCldy Washington,D.C. 85 66 Cldy Wichita 82 72 .01PCldy Wilkes-Barre 76 53 PCldy Wilmington,Del. 82 60 Cldy National Temperature ExtremesHigh Tuesday 116 at Death Valley, Calif.Low Tuesday 32 at Stanley, Idahom — indicates missing information.
TuesdayHigh: 82; low: 68Record high for today’s date:109 degrees in 1980.Record low for today’s date:53 degrees in 1925.
River, lake stages
Kansas City 9.72Boonville 6.77 Jefferson City 5.77Hermann 5.04Lake of the Ozarks 659.42
For the 24 hours ending at 7 p.m., the National Weather Service reported: Tuesday: 0.10 The record on this date:1.69 inches in 1958.Month: 2.94Normal for month: 3.13 Year: 27.23Normal for year: 23.71
Sunset today 8:21 p.m.Sunrise tomorrow 6:09 a.m.
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Unsettled Weather Moves Into The East
A storm system will lift northeastward across the Eastern Valleys,bringing areas of heavy rain and thunderstorms to the Southeast,Eastern Valleys, and Mid-Atlantic. Meanwhile, a cold front movesinto the Midwest with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
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Weather Underground • AP
Today will start out with cloudy skies and areas of fog this morning, then becoming partly sunny. Highs willbe in the lower 80s with north around 10 mph in theafternoon. Tonight will be partly cloudy with a low in theupper 60s. Thursday should be partly cloudy with a high around90. Thursday night will remain partly cloudy with achance of showers and thunderstorms after midnight.Lows will be in the upper 60s.
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WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, 2013
From The Associated Press
DAY CARE CRASH:
Authorities say threechildren and an adult were injured afteran SUV collided with a car and sent itthrough the front of a Kansas City daycare. The crash occurred Tuesday at theChristian Academy Child Care east ofdowntown around 1 p.m. Kansas Citypolice Capt. Tye Grant says a RangeRover rear-ended a Cadillac, sending thecar into the center. About 40 childrenwere inside.
The Donald Dan-forth Plant Science Center in suburbanSt. Louis has a $45 million expansionplan that includes the construction of anew building that would accommodatemore than 100 new researchers.
A Florida propane plantignites, with explosion after explosionrattling residents just settling down forbed and sending flames tearing throughthe facility. Eight people were hurt, at leastfour critically, in a terrifying inferno leftunchecked because workers couldn’t getto hoses. Those who survived describedseeing their colleagues severely burned,with skin falling off their bodies.
When the FederalReserve offers its latest word on interestrates this week, few think it will telegraphthe one thing investors have been mosteager to know: When it will slow its bondpurchases, which have kept long-termborrowing rates low. The Fed mightchoose to clarify a separate issue: Whenit may raise its key short-term rate.
Calling it a “tragic day forPenn State University,” a judge ordersthe school’s former president and twoother ex-administrators to stand trial oncharges accusing them of a cover-upin the Jerry Sandusky child sex abusescandal.
Nebraska health offi-cials say a prepackaged salad mix is thesource of a cyclospora outbreak that hassickened 78 people in the state sincemid-June. The Nebraska Department ofHealth and Human Services announcedits findings on Tuesday.
Pressing ahead ina new U.S.-backed push for Mideastpeace, Israeli and Palestinian negotiatorsagree to meet again within two weeks tostart substantive talks in hopes of reach-ing a long-elusive settlement within ninemonths. Speaking after the two sideswrapped up an initial two days of talks,Secretary of State John Kerry says Israeland the Palestinians are committed tosustained and serious negotiations onthe “core issues” that divide them.
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