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  • Kevin de León becomes state Senate leader in $50,000 event

    Kevin de León becomes state Senate leader in $50,000 event
    In an elaborate event at Walt Disney Concert Hall featuring mariachis, a Korean drum circle and a student color guard, Democrat Kevin de León was sworn in Wednesday as leader of the state Senate — the first Latino to hold the post since 1883....
  • After disappointment in 2012 and '13, Phoebus football wants another ring

    After disappointment in 2012 and '13, Phoebus football wants another ring
    HAMPTON — Of the 313 schools in VHSL football, eight have a better record over the last two seasons than Phoebus' 22-3. Four of those are in the lower three divisions. But if you're Phoebus, none of that means squat without a championship ring....
  • Fleet Weather Center in Norfolk monitors the skies, seas

    Fleet Weather Center in Norfolk monitors the skies, seas
    NORFOLK — With hurricane season underway, the Fleet Weather Center at Naval Station Norfolk is busy monitoring the skies and seas from the Midwest to Europe, making sure the country's fleet steers clear of storms. Meanwhile, Navy and Marine...
  • Phoebus holds off Warwick's bid for an upset, wins 35-17

    HAMPTON – Warwick scored its first points of the season and almost achieved the Peninsula District upset of the decade, holding Phoebus at bay for 43 minutes before succumbing to a pair of errors and losing 35-17 Friday night at Darling Stadium....
  • Households with kids ate less junk food in 2012 than '07, report says

    American families with kids bought 101 fewer calories per person per day in packaged foods in 2012 than they did in 2007, according to an analysis of a pledge by big food companies to reduce calories in the marketplace. It’s an “impressive&...
  • Hyde5: Parcells should blame himself, not Ross, for Dolphins failure

    Hyde5: Parcells should blame himself, not Ross, for Dolphins failure
    1. Bill Parcells claims in a new book "neophyte owner" Steve Ross contributed to his leaving the Dolphins. That could be true. But the full truth is what Parcells evidently doesn't address in the book: That he made critical mistakes in the football...
  • Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one

    Ray Rice could be reinstated, but the road back will be a long one
    Former Ravens running back Ray Rice will probably have to be reinstated by the NFL after his appeal hearing Nov. 5-6, but he most likely won't play again until next season. Rice is still carrying too much baggage and can't completely start rebuilding...
  • Regulate Baltimore's e-cigarettes

    Regulate Baltimore's e-cigarettes
    The Baltimore City Health Department's mission is to help all city residents realize their full health potential. If passed, Bill 14-0371 (Electronic Smoking Devices), which was recently heard before the City Council Judiciary and Legislative...
  • WWE YouTube Series 'Slam City' Pins Down First TV Deal with Nickelodeon (EXCLUSIVE)

    The animated characters of WWE's web series "Slam City" are making the leap to television. Nickelodeon has inked a deal with WWE to air the stop-motion animated series on Nicktoons' NickSports primetime programming block, starting Oct. 22. In "Slam...
  • Peanut butter dental damage claim not smooth

    Peanut butter dental damage claim not smooth
    Jane Hittner said Kraft's initial response to her complaint about breaking a tooth while eating peanut butter was to send her coupons for free salad dressing and cheese. That's cheesy. She didn't think it was fair that she'd have to eat the cost of...
  • Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods

    Battles rage in Oregon, Colorado over genetically modified foods
    Voters in two Western states are caught in fierce battles over whether consumers will know what is deep inside their food. Oregon and Colorado on Nov. 4 will decide the fate of labeling laws for genetically modified organisms, or GMOs, the latest fronts...