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  • 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'...
  • Thomas E. Perez: Honor Labor Day with better wages

    It used to be that you could support a family on a minimum wage salary. Today, a minimum wage worker has to make a choice every day: buy a gallon of milk for the kids, or buy a gallon of gas to get to work. The current national minimum wage, frozen at...
  • More than pictures stolen in celeb phone-hacking case [Commentary]

    More than pictures stolen in celeb phone-hacking case [Commentary]
    OK, so about the hacking of certain actresses' computer files and the posting of nude photos found therein: Can we be frank? There is, within every healthy, heterosexual man, something which, upon viewing an attractive woman clad scantily or not at...
  • James Gwaltney Jr.: Help our teens to drive more safely

    The National Safety Council calls this time of year — between Memorial Day and Labor Day — the 100 deadliest days for teens on the road. As the Miami regional sales and service manager for Ford Motor Company and an active member of my...
  • Fall fashion: Trendy colors to try

    Fall fashion: Trendy colors to try
    Somehow, fall in Chicago makes it a little bit easier to say goodbye to summer. The trees change from green to red, the air turns from humid to crisp, Sundays spent brunching al fresco turn into Sundays spent watching football and iced coffees are...
  • Hurricanes coach Al Golden hoping for answers at QB soon

    Hurricanes coach Al Golden hoping for answers at QB soon
    Losing a starting quarterback is a tough for any college football team, but for Miami, everything seemed settled after Stephen Morris graduated. Ryan Williams, Morris’ back-up last season and a Memphis transfer, was poised to take over the offense...
  • Adam Fogelson to head film group at Robert Simonds' new studio

    Adam Fogelson to head film group at Robert Simonds' new studio
    Adam Fogelson, the former chairman of Universal Pictures, has been tapped to run the movie division of the new film and television studio founded by producer Robert Simonds. The hire elevates the profile of a fledgling venture that doesn't have a name yet...
  • Road work to close lanes near Davie neighborhood

    Road work to close lanes near Davie neighborhood
    Beginning Monday, construction crews prepping for the installation of a noise wall will start work near the Vista Filare community at Southwest 148 Avenue and State Road 84. Drivers should expect periodic lane closures from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. while...
  • Hillsboro Canal work resumes after tussle

    Hillsboro Canal work resumes after tussle
    DEERFIELD BEACH - Work resumed on a project to remove trees and docks along the Hillsboro Canal on Monday after a week's delay caused by a tussle between the city and the South Florida Water Management District. The city shut the project down over Labor...
  • Child drowning victim was football 'phenom'

    Child drowning victim was football 'phenom'
    A nine-year-old boy drowned on Labor Day, on his first outing to the seashore, his father said. "The one time he went to the beach..." Brandon Myrick said, unable to finish the sentence. His son, also called Brandon Myrick, of Lauderdale Lakes, had...
  • Submarine sighted off Broward's coast

    Submarine sighted off Broward's coast
    It's not unusual to see submarines off the coast of Broward County but there were sightings on Labor Day weekend that remain a bit of a mystery. Videographers and photographers captured the long black vessel cruising north and south between Fort...