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  • Saturday's multi-sport college and local roundup: HU women capture MEAC indoor track title

    COLLEGES: Indoor track and field: Hampton captured its fifth consecutive Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference indoor crown Saturday at the Prince George’s Sports and Learning Complex in Maryland.     The Lady Pirates won their 13th overall MEAC...
  • Iconic educator Bethune stood at helm of struggle for justice

    In a life that lasted from the aftermath of the Civil War to the dawn of the Space Age, Mary McLeod Bethune left her mark on the nation. More than any other black leader between Booker T. Washington and Martin Luther King Jr., the woman who founded...
  • No. 22 UCF baseball has deep pitching staff despite losing Eric Skoglund

    No Eric Skoglund? No problem for UCF baseball.  Aside from boasting one of the deepest pitching staffs in seven seasons per Knights coach Terry Rooney, UCF players have something else working in their favor as they prepare for their season opener - an...
  • Robert McKinzie

    Robert McKinzie
    Age: 53 Family: Married to Deberenia McKinzie, four children Education: Bachelor's degree, Bethune-Cookman College, 1986 Occupation: General contractor and owner, Harper and Sons Construction Political career: Appointed to Fort Lauderdale...
  • No panic for Hampton U. women after recent losses

    No panic for Hampton U. women after recent losses
    HAMPTON — Two conference losses barely cause a ripple on most campuses, where outside of maybe the University of Connecticut women, the grind of league play takes a toll on everyone. Hampton University’s dominance of the Mid-Eastern Athletic...
  • Teller left paralyzed in 1999 Mount Dora bank robbery dies

    Teller left paralyzed in 1999 Mount Dora bank robbery dies
    "Which one of you guys wants to die first?" Those were the terrifying last words a bank robber uttered to two tellers who complied with his order to fill a trash can with cash. He then fired 10 shots at the women, killing one and leaving the other...
  • Michigan nets Atlantic's Johnson; Heritage-Delray cousins pick Illinois

    Cousins Desmond Cain and Trenard Davis sat next to one another Wednesday as each put on a bright orange ballcap after signing to play at Illinois. The American Heritage-Delray seniors weren't a lock to sign to play together for the Fighting Illini. When...
  • Palm Beach National Letter of Intent signees

    Football players from across Palm Beach County will take their talents across the country to play on the gridiron after signing National Letters of Intent Wednesday. American Heritage-Delray — LB, Ronnie Bennett, Colorado State-Pueblo; K/P, Nick...
  • Broward National Letter of Intent signees

    High school seniors throughout Broward County sealed their commitments to play college football on National Signing Day on Wednesday. American Heritage — OL, Noah Bringas, Florida Tech; Blanche Ely — DL, Luckandre Fassor, Stillman; DL, Steven...
  • Meet Oviedo RB Jurell Green

    Meet Oviedo RB Jurell Green
    Name: Jurell Green Position: Running back Height/weight: 5-9, 176 High school: Oviedo 247Sports.com star rating: 3 247Sports.com national ranking: No. 852 247Sports.com position ranking: No. 63 247Sports.com state ranking: No. 112 The...
  • American Heritage-Delray's Cain, Davis join Illinois

    American Heritage-Delray's Cain, Davis join Illinois
    Cousins Desmond Cain and Trenard Davis sat next to one another, smiling and laughing. They put on a pair of bright orange Illinois ball caps after signing their letters of intent as family and friends took photos of the two Wednesday in the gym at...