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  • For Orlando, Citrus Bowl redo is a jobs program

    For Orlando, Citrus Bowl redo is a jobs program
    Before he was hired to help rebuild Orlando's Citrus Bowl stadium, Anthony Ross was sleeping in a shelter at the Salvation Army. He picked up day-labor jobs when he could, but didn't have a steady paycheck. On Wednesday, Ross was among hundreds of...
  • State, defense rest in FAMU hazing trial

    State, defense rest in FAMU hazing trial
    Lawyers for Dante Martin did not call a single witness in defense of the former Florida A&M University percussionist accused of organizing the ritual that killed FAMU drum major Robert Champion nearly three years ago. Martin, 27, also did not testify in...
  • Saturday's local interest college football roundup: Apprentice gains first victory; Richmond, NSU win close ones

    NON-DIVISION I OR II: Apprentice 39, Alfred State 34: Apprentice School gained its first victory of the season Saturday afternoon, overcoming Alfred State in Newport News to avenge a road loss to the Pioneers. Freshman Deon Lavender threw three...
  • ODU finally home again for Florida International

    NORFOLK — After again absorbing the business end of a physics lesson, Old Dominion hopes that a return home against a struggling opponent yields a favorable result. Vanderbilt handed the Monarchs (3-6, 1-3 Conference USA) their fifth consecutive...
  • Holocaust Center to observe Kristallnacht tragedy

    Holocaust Center to observe Kristallnacht tragedy
    It happened in another country, decades ago. It was a massacre, one considered to be the tipping point for a much larger world tragedy. And it’s an event, Pam Kancher said, that should be observed, remembered, and reflected on every year....
  • UCF looking to step up run game and run defense against Houston

    UCF looking to step up run game and run defense against Houston
    UCF coach George O'Leary has always preached to his football teams two factors win championships — running the ball and stopping the run. So far, he said he hasn't seen enough production in either area despite the Knights boasting the No. 1 run...
  • Hampton U men's basketball | MEAC preview

    Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference The Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference comes off of an excellent season in which it produced a top-shelf champ — North Carolina Central — and a successful relocation of the conference tournament, to Norfolk. N.C....
  • Sports TV and radio: Thursday's 11/6 log (updated Wednesday AM)

    9:30 a.m.    Football: FXFL: Boston at Omaha (d.).--MASN 10:30 a.m.    Basketball: Jan. 2001: Warwick boys vs. Phoebus.-- LSC 48 11 a.m.    Highlights: Notre Dame football.--CSN 12:30 p.m.    Basketball: Feb. 2008: Kecoughtan boys vs. Hampton.-- LSC 48...
  • Morgan State-North Carolina A&T on Saturday could determine MEAC frontrunner

    Morgan State-North Carolina A&T on Saturday could determine MEAC frontrunner
    Two games in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference this week pit one league leader against another. On Thursday, Norfolk State (4-5 overall and 4-1 in the league) will visit No. 20 Bethune-Cookman (7-2, 4-1). Two days later, Morgan State (5-4, 4-1) will...
  • Fort Lauderdale commission appointment challenged in court

    Fort Lauderdale commission appointment challenged in court
    A pair of Fort Lauderdale residents are challenging the appointment of Robert L. McKinzie Jr. to the City Commission, saying he does not live in the city. Commissioners voted 3-2 on Tuesday to have McKinzie replace former Commissioner Bobby DuBose, who...
  • UCF coach George O'Leary keeps kickers on their toes

    UCF coach George O'Leary keeps kickers on their toes
    UCF coach George O'Leary is looking for something. He riffles through stacks of papers and various multicolored folders and binders that were askew on his desk before finally producing a single sheet of paper. It's the statistical breakdown he...