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Tribune staff reporterIt's that season again, when the dead return to life. We're not talking about Halloween--we mean Election Day, when ghost voters haunt the land. Here are 10 examples of political dirty tricks: 1. When unscrupulous British political operatives show up...
Special to the TribuneCarmel shut down De La Salle's offense in the first half, then ran over the Meteors' defense in the second en route to a 16-0 Class 7A quarterfinal victory Saturday night at De La Salle. Carmel (10-2), which won the Class 6A state championship in 2003,...
The Pasadena Victory Park farmers market, founded 25 years ago, continues to be large, well-run and focused on produce. This week, Mike Taylor, a backyard grower from West Covina, will have luscious Adriatic and Mission figs from the breba crop (borne on...
The Skinny: Diets and workouts and life, oh my! | Sun-Sentinel BlogsGoing on my summer vacay in a few weeks and I'm determined not to bring diet, fitness or nutrition books with me. I may not even have a copy of Prevention stashed in my handbag (I always keep one around).......
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Sun StaffAs part of their months-long investigation into the Baltimore City Council, federal prosecutors are examining an unusual expense account system that pays council members $5,000 a year with no oversight and permits them to pocket money they don't spend...
Sun StaffBaltimore's mayor and comptroller said yesterday that they will not investigate Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris' use of an off-the-books account to finance more than $178,000 in expenses during the past two years, although a national expert said an...
Sun StaffOutside auditors examining a little-known Police Department account used to finance more than $178,000 in expenses under Police Commissioner Edward T. Norris are conducting the first phase of their investigation, which focuses on 50 checks selected at...
Wrestler of the Year Mack Lewnes Mount St. Joseph, sophomore Lewnes, the nation's top-ranked 152-pound sophomore, won his second straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association and private schools crowns and was first at National Preps after...
Tribune staff reporterSt. Viator has been angling for a boys Class A soccer state championship since the IHSA split into two classes in 1997, but the perennial powerhouse had always come away empty. Saturday was the title that didn't get away. Steve Zaleski gave St. Viator...
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++++++++++++++++++++ || Central City || || OFFENSE || || Pos. || Player, School || Ht. || Wt. || Yt. || || QB || Casey Frost, Loyola || 6-3 || 200 || Sr. || || RB || Andre Bouvay, Fremont || 6-2 || 220 || Sr. || || RB || Stafon Johnson, Dorsey || 6-0...
Baltimore Sun reporterWRESTLER OF THE YEAR Sam Lewnes Mount St. Joseph, senior The top-ranked 160-pounder finished the season with a 40-4 record (166-23 in his career) after winning his third straight Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association crown in his fourth title-...
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Here are the results of elections around the nation Tuesday. Not all returns were available at press time. ALABAMA Governor: Democratic Gov. Donald Siegelman won reelection over Republican Rep. Bob Riley. Senate: Republican Sen. Jeff Sessions held...
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