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Sun reporterHis brother Jim is more familiar to his newest players, but news of John Harbaugh's ascent to the Ravens' head coaching vacancy was well received by several players last night. "I'm excited that we have a coach," running back Cory Ross said. "Now we...
Allentown Morning CallConsumers are complicated. Economists once assumed consumers make rational, prudent money decisions based on their economic self-interest. Recent studies show that is simply false. It turns out consumers can be tricked into buying, they make poor choices...
One of the nation's top biodefense researchers has died in Frederick, apparently in a suicide, just as the U.S. Justice Department was to file criminal charges against him in the anthrax mailing assaults of 2001 that killed five, the Los Angeles Times has...
Tags: Government Postal Delivery, U.S. Army, FBI, Health, Laws
(AP) - A second person has died as a result of an incident in Madison that's being investigated as a homicide by Indiana State Police. Police say 20-year-old Ranear Kirksey has died as a result of his injuries. Kirksey had been in critical condition at...
As the MHSAA playoff pairings were announced on Sunday night, I realized that several area teams have received draws that will allow them to play for State Titles at Ford Field on Thanksgiving weekend. Last season only 2 schools made the trip to Ford...
Times Staff WriterEVEN though most people call him Coach, John Wooden prefers to think of himself as a teacher, and not just one who taught hundreds of UCLA basketball players during his 28 seasons coaching the Bruins. His Pyramid of Success, a diagram of core values,...
Sun reportersFriends and colleagues expressed shock yesterday that Bruce E. Ivins - an award-winning scientist who played guitar in his church folk group - would kill himself after being targeted in a federal anthrax probe, even as a contrasting portrait emerged of...
Tribune staff reporterPeople might suppose that an Ohio State game at Ohio Stadium--the famed "Horseshoe"--would grind the town to a halt. Columbus isn't a town, however; it's a city big enough to keep its enthusiasms separated, so that even when 100,000-plus fans converge in...
Sun reporterThe Ravens are in negotiations with Rex Ryan to keep him as the defensive coordinator on new coach John Harbaugh's staff, an NFL source said. To retain Ryan, the Ravens likely have to give him a significant raise. Ryan is in the final year of a two-...
Profession: Medical director of Riverside PACE at 4107 W. Mercury Blvd., Hampton, 251-7977. She also serves on the faculty of Riverside's Family Practice Residency and as medical director of the Dementia Unit at The Gardens at Warwick Forest. Education:...
Tags: Colleges and Universities, Family, Education
Melding art and medicine is getting more and more common: These days, you can buy all kinds of medical tchotchkes — earrings in the shape of brain molecules, boxer shorts decorated with images of bacteria (even gonorrhea bacteria, which doesn't seem...
Associated PressLou Saban, who coached O.J. Simpson in the NFL and ran the New York Yankees for George Steinbrenner during a well-traveled career as a coach and administrator that spanned five decades, died Sunday. He was 87. Saban died at his home in North Myrtle...
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