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Rest areas in parts of New Hampshire to expand hours

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COLEBROOK, N.H. (AP) - New Hampshire tourism officials say safety rest areas in the northern and western parts of the state are expanding hours to operate year-round. The expanded hours affect rest areas in Colebrook, Littleton and Lebanon. State officials are giving details on the new schedule at a news conference at the Colebrook rest area on Thursday. LOAD COMMENTS () HIDE COMMENTS Copyright © 2017 The Washington Times, LLC. /* { init: true, // Load Disqus SDK -- set to false if SDK will be loaded externally short_name: 'washtimes',   Click to Read More Click to Hide …

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The Latest: Snow, rain snarl traffic in Reno, Lake Tahoe

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RENO, Nev. (AP) - The Latest on the early winter storm in the Sierra Nevada (all times local): 10:50 a.m. Heavy snow in the mountains and rain in the valleys triggered power outages and school delays at Lake Tahoe and snarled traffic during the morning commute in Reno. The Nevada Highway Patrol responded to more than dozen accidents on slick roads in the Reno-Sparks area early Thursday. The start of school in Incline Village was delayed two hours due to road conditions and a power outage. Most of the power has been restored but NV Energy reports more than 250 customers continue to be affected…

AAA: 1 million Marylanders will travel for Thanksgiving

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BALTIMORE (AP) - More than a million Marylanders are expected to travel during the Thanksgiving weekend. The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday that the state will see a 3.4 percent increase in the number of people traveling. It nearly matches the nationwide jump of those leaving home for the holiday. AAA Mid-Atlantic said this Thanksgiving weekend is expected to be the busiest in more than a decade. The organization said a strengthening economy and consumer confidence have prompted Americans to be willing to spend more on travel. AAA said that most Maryland travelers are expected to drive to t…

Germany to press Kuwait after Israeli barred from flight

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BERLIN (AP) - Germany’s foreign ministry says it will press Kuwait about a law that prevented its national airline from transporting an Israeli citizen on a flight originating in Frankfurt. Deputy foreign minister Michael Roth told Die Welt newspaper Friday that Germany’s ambassador has been asked to raise the issue with Kuwaiti authorities. The move follows a Frankfurt court ruling Thursday that Kuwait Airways didn’t have to transport the Israeli on a 2016 flight that included a stopover in Kuwait City because it would have faced legal repercussions at home. The court noted…

Southwest flight attendant gives hilarious 'sexy' safety demonstration

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A Southwest Airlines flight attendant has been making safety demonstrations a little sassier, and a lot funnier.  (iStock) As important as they are, most in-flight safety demonstrations are relatively mundane exercises in seat belt buckling, life vest inflation, and exit door policy. Until now. The passengers on a recent Southwest flight had a good laugh while putting their tray tables in an upright and locked position as cabin crew member Nicholas Demore put a silly, sultry spin on safety precautions. Demore popped, locked, and dropped his …

National Park Service seeks ways to manage non-native fish

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PAGE, Ariz. (AP) - The National Park Service is looking for ways to manage non-native aquatic species in the Colorado River system below Glen Canyon Dam. The agency is holding webinars and open houses over the next few weeks to solicit input from the public. Officials at Grand Canyon National Park and the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area say green sunfish and brown trout could harm native, threatened and endangered species. They’re also concerned about the impact of non-native species on the rainbow trout fishery at Lees Ferry. The agencies will review public comments to refine a mi…

This is the Butterball hotline’s most-asked question every year

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close Thanksgiving: 5 things you didn't know Before you sit down for your festive feast this Thanksgiving, amaze your guests with some fun turkey trivia. Here's 5 things you probably didn't know about Thanksgiving. Long before Thanksgiving dinner is served, and your extended family can start arguing about politics, the person tasked with cooking the turkey is faced with a difficult dilemma: Just how in the heck does one defrost this thing? Granted, thawing a turkey seems like a fairly straightforward process. But if that were truly th…