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  • Dillard's starting QB job open for competition

    FORT LAUDERDALE – Dillard may have a new starting quarterback when it plays next at Stephenville (Texas) on Sept. 14. The Panthers, who have a bye this week, also now have a competition for the QB job between senior Bud Martin and junior Jason...
  • GOP gubernatorial candidates jockey for position

    GOP gubernatorial candidates jockey for position
    Ask any of the four Republican governor candidates why they're running, and they'll quickly tick off a list of Illinois' perceived ills under Gov. Pat Quinn and the state's Democratic legislative leadership. Dig a bit deeper and they'll each cite the...
  • When politicians misuse words: Oh, the enormity!

    When politicians misuse words: Oh, the enormity!
    It took a Chicago guy named Daley to honestly assess the "enormity" of American politics. But I'm sure glad he did. "Even though you're around it for a long time, you don't get a sense of the enormity of it until you get into it," Bill Daley said...
  • Daley departure breathes new energy into Republican race

     Daley departure breathes new energy into Republican race
    Some Illinois Democrats might be suffering from Bill Daley Withdrawal Syndrome, but his exit from the race for governor does one thing: It infuses energy and focus into the Republican gubernatorial primary, with candidates asking GOP voters this...
  • A love letter to 'Pacific'

    A love letter to 'Pacific'
    If I were Oprah, I would have both Warren Buffett and Jennifer Aniston's phone numbers. I would have a private jet and access to the savviest gurus to help me treat any and all physical or spiritual maladies. More importantly, with a single stroke, I...
  • Morning Anchor: Frequently Asked Questions

    Morning Anchor: Frequently Asked Questions
    Being on TV is bound to raise a few questions from viewers.  Here's a look at some of the things folks ask me about from time to time: The question I get asked most often, what time do you get up for work? 3am. Laughter typically ensues following my...
  • Good news continues for Cypress Bay assistant coach Helena Ioannou and her son, Christian

    Good news continues for Cypress Bay assistant coach Helena Ioannou and her son, Christian
    It's been an emotional two years for Cypress Bay assistant girls soccer coach Helena Ioannou and her son, Christian.  Back in November 2011, Christian was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma, but through his diagnosis and treatment, Ioannou has done her...
  • Dillard's Green set for induction into FHSAA Hall of Fame

    Hall of Fames are nothing new for Robert Green.   After all, the retired longtime Dillard High track and field coach and athletic director is already a member of four of them: The National Black High School Hall of Fame in Atlanta, Ga., the Allen...
  • Daniel Cremieux fall fashion show at Dillard's

    Daniel Cremieux fall fashion show at Dillard's
    Stephane Cremieux - the lifestyle brand designer of Daniel Cremieux Collection - will be at Dillard's in The Galleria Saturday, October 6 for a fashion show starting at 1 p.m. Following the runway show, Cremieux will meet-and-greet customers until 4 p.m....
  • Under Armour sees 25% jump in third-quarter earnings

    Booming Under Armour Inc. announced Thursday that it earned $57 million in the third quarter, a 25 percent jump over the year-earlier period that was driven by strong demand for men's, women's and youth apparel and growing acceptance of the brand's...
  • Doug Dillard dies at 75; banjo player, member of the Dillards band

    Doug Dillard dies at 75; banjo player, member of the Dillards band
    Bluegrass banjo pioneer Earl Scruggs answered a knock at the door of his Nashville home in 1953 to find an eager-looking banjo enthusiast on the porch asking Scruggs to put a set of his special tuner keys on the young man's instrument. "He was so...