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ROB FORD DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME TWEET BLASTED
TORONTO (AP) -- He has been under fire for smoking crack, using foul language and being drunk in public. But this time, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's chief of staff is taking the heat for the latest thing to make the mayor an international laughingstock. In a tweet that went out under his name, Ford he reminded people to set their clocks back an hour before turning in Saturday night. Trouble is, as just about every schoolkid knows, the rule is "spring forward, fall back," meaning clocks should have been set forward an hour. The problem led one sports writer to mock Ford as "the mayor who won't even follow the dimensional rules of time."
OK TO BE ANNOYING
GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) -- Some people find annoying people, well, annoying -- and probably think there should be a law against them, too. But in Grand Rapids, Michigan, it's now perfectly legal to irk people. The Grand Rapids Press reports (http://bit.ly/1cqxCRm ) the City Commission is doing away with a 38-year-old section of city code that states "no person shall willfully annoy another person." The city attorney recommended the repeal, saying the wording of the law is unconstitutional because it's so vague -- and that the law is "simply unenforceable." A final decision is expected tomorrow. The city attorney has been scouring the penal code to find archaic rules -- such as one that would allow for jail time for those who fail to return a library book.
LIBRARY BOOK RETURNED AFTER MORE THAN TWO DECADES
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -- Imagine if daily late-return fees were applied in this case. More than two decades after someone checked a cookbook out of a Kansas library, it is just now being returned. 6NewsLawrence reports that (http://bit.ly/1fc430q ) a copy of "The Versatile Grain and the Elegant Bean: A Celebration of the World's Most Healthful Foods" turned up in a Lawrence Public Library return box last week. The book had been checked out on September 24, 1992. Back in 1992, the maximum late fee was $3; now it's $4.50. A library official suspects the borrorer misplaced the book -- and just recently came across it.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Usually calling someone a wiener would be fighting words. But in Rhode Island, them's eating words instead. One of the state's specialities is known as hot wieners -- and as locals would tell you, please don't call them hot dogs. They come with mustard, special meat sauce, chopped onions and celery salt -- and are served on a steamed bun. Olneyville New York System is one of the best known spots to get a hot weiner in Rhode Island. The place was recently named an "America's Classic" by the James Beard Foundation.
Asian stocks tumble over weak China, Japan data
UNDATED (AP) -- Stocks across Asia slumped today as lower-than-expected trade data from China over the weekend fueled worries on the outlook of the world's second largest economy. Weak economic data from Japan today did not help.
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SHEILA MacRAE DIES
ENGLEWOOD, N.J. (AP) -- The second Alice Kramden has died.
ROB FORD DAYLIGHT SAVING TIME TWEET BLASTED
TORONTO (AP) -- He has been under fire for smoking crack, using foul language and being drunk in public.
IN THE NEWS: HOW TO NOTIFY CUSTOMERS ABOUT DATA BREACHES
WASHINGTON (AP) -- Everyone seems to agree that customers should be told if a place they do business with is the victim of a data hack.
Medford Teachers StrikeAs of 7 p.m. Wednesday February 5, 2014, no compromise in the dispute over a new contract between the Medford School District and Medford Education Association.
Rogue River HomicideThe Jackson County Sheriff's office says 65-year-old Susan Monica was arrested for identity theft and other theft charges last Friday...
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