What is your favorite place for local/state/national/web news?

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  • #70957

    Adam Arthur
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    RSS feeds? Portal? Where is your favorite place for news updates? Do you have more than one? Share the hot spots!

  • #70967

    Greg Perry
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    National : CNN
    Local : local NBC station http://www.click2houston.com
    my homepage: VA Portal

  • #70965

    Gabriela Dow
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    Local news is all about real estate for me right now (San Diego), so I check http://www.sdlookup.com and http://piggington.com otherwise it’s KPBS radio.

    State – I get a kick out of Jon & Ken on KFI (LA radio station, though that’s more entertainment) and we subscribe to the SD Union Tribune.

    National tends to be CNN (Anderson Cooper is a favorite) or WSJ.

    Herald Tribune has been a constant since I used to live in Spain so I check their site every few days for a more global outlook http://global.nytimes.com/?iht (or rely on friends from abroad via Facebook to fill me in)

    Web news I hate to admit sometimes ends up being a quick glance a YahooNews as a default login checking email at night — otherwise I get ICMA news feeds and enjoy American City & County online.

  • #70963

    Adam Arthur
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    I have been using http://www.statenewsline.com. It pulls in feeds from everything national and every possible local feed as well. It’s amazing!! The owner of the service @Paul Helmick is on this site, (he’s one of my ‘Friends’; @Greg Perry, @Gabriela Dow, you should look him up!

  • #70961

    Paulette Neal-Allen
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    I have my iGoogle set up for several news RSS feed wigits. I check one of the local news station (http://www.thedenverchannel.com) in the morning.

    I’m also addicted to the sniping back and forth in the comments on Swampland (swampland.blogs.time.com), and I learn a lot from the commenters there who post lots of links.

  • #70959

    Adam Arthur
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    @paulette Neal-Allen- Thank you for your great input. It is well received 🙂

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