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  • Bianchi: Santa finds sports salvation right here in Orlando

     Bianchi: Santa finds sports salvation right here in Orlando
    Twas the night before Christmas and all through the sports world, Commissioner Santa was fretting the scandals that swirled. He was, after all, in charge of all sports, But he'd lost all control, according to published reports.   His mood was...
  • UF quarterback Treon Harris charged with misdemeanor for driving without a license

    UF quarterback Treon Harris charged with misdemeanor for driving without a license
    UF quarterback Treon Harris was charged with operating a motor vehicle without license, a second-degree misdemeanor, last Saturday night, according a spokesman for the University of Florida Police Department. UFPD public information officer Maj. Brad...
  • Good Samaritans deserve to be remembered

    Good Samaritans deserve to be remembered
    As 2014 comes to a close, you're sure to see all kinds of lists. The year's biggest stories. Top Google and Twitter trends. Who's going to be hot in 2015. Well, I came up with a list of my own: Marcceus Marc. Maleah Hinkle Myers. Jessie Clay....
  • Sorting through the media's intentions in covering Ferguson

    Sorting through the media's intentions in covering Ferguson
    As the curtain closes on the latest episode of "Ferguson," the media series, it is fair to wonder whether events might not have spiraled out of control to the extent they did had the media settled on another topic. Ebola, say. Remember that one? I'm...
  • Stumbles in L.A. institutions did lead to some leaps forward

    Stumbles in L.A. institutions did lead to some leaps forward
    Scandals, screw-ups and secret deals made 2014 a tumultuous year for some of the region's most important institutions. But those stumbles may pay dividends in 2015 because they sparked improvements: leadership changes, new rules and court decrees aimed at...
  • John Kass: 'The Ox-Bow Incident,' Ferguson and the rule of law

    Remember "The Ox-Bow Incident"? No? It's positively ancient, and it's easy to see why it's been forgotten. For one thing, it's in black-and-white. And it offers no eye candy: no explosions or moaning flesh, or fast cars or epic battles. But I've been...
  • Cameras put cops and citizens on better behavior

    Cameras put cops and citizens on better behavior
    In one way, the video record of the Thanksgiving Day confrontation between a black pedestrian and a white cop is dismaying — fuel to the fire that is burning nationwide about racial bias in law enforcement. "You were making people nervous,"...
  • 'The Ox-Bow Incident,' Ferguson and the rule of law

    'The Ox-Bow Incident,' Ferguson and the rule of law
    Remember "The Ox-Bow Incident?" No? It's positively ancient, and it's easy to see why it's been forgotten. For one thing, it's in black-and-white. And it offers no eye candy: no explosions or moaning flesh, or fast cars or epic battles. But I've...
  • After Ferguson, looking back at Baltimore police shooting

    After Ferguson, looking back at Baltimore police shooting
    In light of Ferguson, it strikes me as remarkable that the Hamilton Park case in Baltimore sparked little outrage. Not only was the victim in that case young, black and unarmed, but he was shot in the back by a police officer. Given how people in Missouri...
  • N.Y. action dooms seller of 'loosies'

    Did New York kill black market cigarette dealer Eric Garner over lost cigarette tax revenue? Yes. His was a senseless killing, of course. Garner shouldn't have died. He shouldn't have resisted arrest. And he shouldn't have been choked by New York...
  • Eric Scott returns to Coliseum, with a Roman legion

    Eric Scott returns to Coliseum, with a Roman legion
    Wearing a Los Angeles Romans baseball cap and dark blue jacket that has a giant L.A. logo stitched on the side near his heart, Eric Scott leans back in a chair blocking the entrance to his coaching office. Twenty-five players are gathered around in...