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Labor Day

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Top Labor Day Articles

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  • Hurricanes try to keep focus on themselves, ignore unknowns as opener nears

    — The Hurricanes understand there are storylines aplenty linked to this opener. They're facing the same Louisville team that dominated them in their last game, a 36-9 dismantling in December's Russell Athletic Bowl. There's true freshman Brad...
  • Let us reflect on jobs this Labor Day

    The good news is Florida's economy is recovering from the aftermath of the Great Recession. Population growth is up, unemployment is down. So, too, are the number of housing foreclosures, a persistent drag on Florida's all-important real-estate sector....
  • Homeless advocate hijacks Fort Lauderdale Commission meeting

    Homeless advocate hijacks Fort Lauderdale Commission meeting
    Fort Lauderdale commissioners had to sit and listen to homeless advocate Ray Cox again and again – and again – Tuesday. Cox, who is homeless, signed up to speak about every item on the commission’s evening agenda – all 71 of them...
  • Don't blame UM's Kaaya — question those around him

    LOUISVILLE — It was chance Monday night. So much chance. You want to beat a decent team on the road with a true freshman quarterback like Miami coach Al Golden did in this opener? You need a near-perfect game around him. And Miami wasn't close...
  • UM confident in its linebackers after tepid showing by defense in 2013

    UM confident in its linebackers after tepid showing by defense in 2013
    With their linebacking corps thinned, the Hurricanes have gotten creative in camp. Walter Tucker, a linebacker turned fullback in the spring, has been back with the defense and expectations are he'll play both sides of the ball. Nantambu-Akil Fentress'...
  • Hurricanes ready to rally around freshman QB

    Hurricanes ready to rally around freshman QB
    There were times during camp, Duke Johnson would just watch … and smile. As the quarterbacks battling for Miami's starting job took rep after rep, the Hurricanes star running back often stood behind Brad Kaaya and Jake Heaps and let the two sweat...
  • UM's Duke Johnson driven to lift Hurricanes to big wins

    UM's Duke Johnson driven to lift Hurricanes to big wins
    CORAL GABLES — It didn't take long for Duke Johnson to know this injury was serious. Like most football players, the Hurricanes star running back has dealt with his share of pain. But he says doctors had always told him, when it came to his ankle,...
  • Heaps practices, defensive leaders sent message, and more notes

    CORAL GABLES—Through the first few minutes of practice, nothing looked to be amiss. Quarterback Jake Heaps, who was held out of Miami’s scrimmage on Monday night to rest his arm, warmed up with the rest of Miami’s quarterbacks and...
  • Sixth straight loss drops Brewers out of first place

    CHICAGO One hundred and fifty consecutive days. That's how long the Milwaukee Brewers held at least a share of first place in the National League Central Division before finally buckling under the weight of holding that lofty position. The Brewers...
  • Jackie Robinson West coming home a winner

    Jackie Robinson West coming home a winner
    When the late-inning rally you knew the Jackie Robinson West players had in them fell just short Sunday in an 8-4 defeat to South Korea in the Little League World Series final, everybody at the watch party on the Far South Side immediately rose to their...
  • Four Phillies pitchers combine for no-hitter

    ATLANTA A kid from West Chester lined Jonathan Papelbon's slider to first base. Darin Ruf snared it, Papelbon pumped his fist a few times, and four Phillies pitchers could bask in a strange moment. The Phillies celebrated the first combined no-hitter in...