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  • Former FAU coach Carl Pelini goes on the attack in radio interview

    Former FAU football coach Carl Pelini is on the attack.  In a 30-minute interview with Nebraska radio station KFAB [listen here], Pelini re-iterated his claim that he was not fired for using drugs, and went as far to say that his ouster at FAU came as...
  • Easter service at SeaWorld: Christ, Tebow, Shamu

    Easter service at SeaWorld: Christ, Tebow, Shamu
    On any other Sunday, the Niebrugge family would be in the pews for the morning service at Metro Church in Winter Springs. But this being Easter Sunday, they got up at 4 a.m. and drove through the darkness and the drizzle to find their seats, along...
  • Loop Rock Girl Shannon Ihrke lands cover of Maxim

    Loop Rock Girl Shannon Ihrke lands cover of Maxim
    The May issue of Maxim features five covers with five different models, all in patriotic swimwear in honor of the issue’s “Tribute to the Troops” theme. But only one of the models — WLUP-FM 97.9 spokesmodel Shannon Ihrke (aka the...
  • Film Review: 'The Identical'

    What if Elvis Presley's identical twin brother hadn't been delivered stillborn? What if he had been surreptitiously adopted and raised to adulthood by other parents, without the King ever knowing, and wound up achieving fame and fortune as -- get ready...
  • WLRN's Trivia Night at Riverside Market

    WLRN's Trivia Night at Riverside Market
    Did you know the first Florida flag had a motto when the state joined the union in 1845? It was: "Let us alone." This is the type of question you can expect at A Night of South Florida Trivia tonight at the Riverside Market and Café in Fort Lauderdale,...
  • Niantic Boy Scout Became Nazi Spy

    Niantic Boy Scout Became Nazi Spy
    This is the story of a Boy Scout from Connecticut who grew up to become a Nazi spy during World War II — and another Boy Scout who helped capture the traitor. This true tale contains all the elements of a film about espionage — a defection...
  • Sheriff's Department says Compton surveillance system not useful

    Sheriff's Department says Compton surveillance system not useful
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said Tuesday that an airborne video-surveillance program that was tested in 2012 was deemed not useful for the agency's crime-fighting needs. Under the nine-day trial program in January 2012, a video camera...
  • Sheriff ran air surveillance over Compton without telling residents

    Sheriff ran air surveillance over Compton without telling residents
    The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department acknowledged this week that Compton residents were not notified of an airborne video-surveillance program that was tested in 2012. "No notification to the residents was made because this system was being...
  • Sheriff's official: No 'Big Brother' with Compton air surveillance

    Sheriff's official: No 'Big Brother' with Compton air surveillance
    Los Angeles County sheriff's officials said Wednesday there were no "Big Brother" aspects to an airborne video-surveillance program over Compton that was tested in 2012. Under the nine-day trial program in January 2012, a video camera was mounted on a...
  • Boomer Esiason apologizes for Daniel Murphy C-section comment

    Boomer Esiason apologizes for Daniel Murphy C-section comment
    Boomer Esiason apologized repeatedly on Friday for suggesting New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy's wife should have scheduled a C-section during spring training so her husband wouldn't have to miss any regular-season games for the birth of their...
  • Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball

    Ex-Terps player Billy Jones reflects on breaking ACC's color barrier in basketball
    On occasion, Billy Jones' granddaughter reminds him of what he'd as soon forget. "Pop-Pop, you are old," Cleo Pounds will say. That's Jones' cue to dig out his scrapbooks, curl up on the sofa and regale the 8-year-old with sporting tales of yore —...