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  • NASCAR should have rid itself of classless Kurt Busch long ago

     NASCAR should have rid itself of classless Kurt Busch long ago
    DAYTONA BEACH — For the longest time, the most famous words in all of racing were, "Gentlemen, start your engines." The key word being "Gentlemen" — the plural of "Gentleman." Dictionary definition: "A man who treats other people in a...
  • 'Crash-and-grab' thefts go residential

    'Crash-and-grab' thefts go residential
    (Post mayoral election predictions here) Several recent "crime alert" email newsletters in my Northwest Side neighborhood have contained evidence of an alarming trend. So-called crash-and-grab burglars, those who ram stolen vehicles through the...
  • Wrongful regrets should be terminated at any age

    I feel badly for Bertha Lewis but, like so many others in similar situations, she needs to let go and move on. The 59-year-old Gary woman feels she was wrongly fired from her housekeeper job at Franciscan St. Margaret Healthcare Center in Hammond. "It...
  • Nude scandals, toll scandals, prostitute scandals

    Nude scandals,  toll scandals,  prostitute scandals
    Today we have items on politicians and prostitutes (who actually have a lot in common). But first, I wanted to offer thanks to a Casselberry woman who recently got wildly, inappropriately naked. Which woman? The one who made this headline: "Naked...
  • Could Deflategate make this Super Bowl the most-watched ever?

    Could Deflategate make this Super Bowl the most-watched ever?
    It didn't take long for NBC to bring up Deflategate during its teleconference on Tuesday previewing the network's coverage of Super Bowl XLIX. In his opening remarks, NBC Sports Group Chairman Mark Lazarus said, "The Seahawks and the Patriots and the...
  • Plenty Of Breaks Already In State Justice System

    Plenty Of Breaks Already In State Justice System
    Dannel P. Malloy is one of those governors who adopts the notion that a state's history began with him. Malloy's budget speech on Wednesday — heavy again on the self-congratulation — distorted Connecticut's criminal justice system in an...
  • Lake County leads in DUI arrests, but are we safer?

    Lake County leads in DUI arrests, but are we safer?
    Through some social advancements, we at least can be heartened that fewer people are boozing it up and getting behind the wheel to kill themselves and endanger the rest of us. We finally listened to the experts. Drunken driving fatalities were down to...
  • Negative publicity for FSU, Jameis Winston helps Seminoles on recruiting trail

    Negative publicity for FSU, Jameis Winston helps Seminoles on recruiting trail
    Did negative publicity surrounding Jameis Winston and the FSU football program somehow help the Seminoles on the recruiting trail? Jimbo Fisher thinks so. Fisher, the football program and the university routinely took heat from national media that was...
  • Ask Amy: Young marrieds face theft allegation

    Ask Amy: Young marrieds face theft allegation
    Dear Amy: My husband and I recently celebrated our six-month anniversary and I already feel like I made a mistake. Over the past few months his friends have made two allegations of theft against him. One of them even called my workplace to attempt to...
  • Homeless youth bring bold, confrontational approach to Santa Clarita

    Homeless youth bring bold, confrontational approach to Santa Clarita
    The rumpled young men were sleeping on the ground outside the coffee shop as early morning patrons made their way in. They routinely hogged the store's bathroom, and often left it stinking and littered with the residue of narcotic use. At the market...
  • School arrests of students drop to lowest level in 10 years

    School arrests of students drop to lowest level in 10 years
    Fewer students are getting arrested in Florida schools now than at any other point in the past 10 years, according to new data released by the state Department of Juvenile Justice. However, in Lake, Orange, Osceola and Volusia counties, students are...