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Bob Feller, an Iowa farm boy who became one of baseball's most enduring stars as an overpowering pitcher for the Cleveland Indians, died Wednesday. He was 92. Feller, who was elected to the baseball Hall of Fame in 1962, died at a Cleveland-area hospice,...
Staff reporter & WebmasterUpdate: Dr. David Nichols has served the people of Tangier Island for more than 30 years, but cancer which was in remission is slowly taking his life. Nichols put his life's work into being a physician and helping the people of the small island. Aug....
Perhaps it was a bit closer than the St. Francis High football team expected. Nonetheless, within the grasp of Parker Nieves and Keith Enterante, the Golden Knights found a sigh of relief and a first-week nonleague victory against Arcadia, 42-27, on...
LA CAŅADA FLINTRIDGE — Within the aftermath of the resurrection of the St. Francis High football program that was the 2009 season, it is overwhelming change that, at first glance, appears at the forefront for the Golden Knights going forward. Gone...
Gary Coleman, who soared to fame in the late 1970s as the child star of the hit sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" and whose post-TV-series life included a stint as a shopping mall security guard and an unlikely run for California governor, died Friday. He was...
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MarketWatchOne in five Americans still smoke, but whether they are able to quit may depend on where they live. Higher cigarette taxes, smoke-free policies, exposure to aggressive media campaigns and access to cessation programs that include counseling are among the...
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WatchdogLet's get the Friday comment contest out of the way a day early to clear the palate for U.S. Open stuff: This week's winner is multiple champ John Philips for his take on Artie Lange's appearance on Joe Buck's HBO......
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WatchdogI am getting trained in some sort of new, improved blogging platform Wednesday, so there will be little or no posting that day. So let's get some time-sensitive stuff out of the way now: Item 1: HBO's latest sports documentary,......
The Business of Sports | Sun-Sentinel BlogsThe rich history of spring training in South Florida has been slowly wearing away during the past two decades as teams that once made Florida???s southeast coast their spring homes have moved elsewhere to fancy new venues. The news this......
The Fabulous ForumTed Williams' frozen head was grossly abused at an Arizona Cryonics Facility, according to a new book. "Frozen" alleges the Red Sox Hall of Famer's head, which had been severed and stored in hopes of future revival, was mutilated and......
The Daily MirrorLos Angeles Times file photo Jobyna Ralston, Oct. 2, 1926. Los Angeles Times file Photo Update: Jobyna Ralston with Harold Lloyd in ???Girl Shy,??? in a photo marked April 20, 1924. Jan. 23, 1967: Jobyna Ralston dies at the age of 66. Just a reminder on...
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