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  • Health: A New Face On Medical Care

    Health: A New Face On Medical Care
    Robots bathing patients, storefront medical clinics and nurses conducting procedures once done by doctors. The future of health care is bound to include practices that might surprise us today but will be commonplace 50 years from now. When hasn't that...
  • College football: What to watch Saturday on TV

    Each week our national college football writer describes how he would handle the television remote Saturday, handicapping what's worth watching, and skipping: MORNING No. 4 Baylor (6-0) at West Virginia (4-2) 9 a.m., Fox Sports 1 The over-under is...
  • Terps expected to have Diamond Stone and other top recruits at Maryland Madness

    Terps expected to have Diamond Stone and other top recruits at Maryland Madness
    Two of the nation's top high school basketball recruits are coming to Maryland. It might be a little too early for Terps fans to get excited, considering Diamond Stone and Harry Giles will be in College Park on Friday to make visits rather than to play....
  • 'Mantervention' film helps men survive relations

    What happens when a guy gets dumped by his girl and goes into the emotional tank? His best friend has the answer in the form of some unorthodox therapy called "mantervention" to help him get through the rough times. The mantra is "there's nothing better...
  • Two parents vie for open PB School Board seat

    Two parents vie for open PB School Board seat
    In a year where most Palm Beach County School Board races were dominated by incumbent victories, District 4 has been the most unpredictable and closely watched. Four first-time candidates, all with sizable war chests and multiple endorsements, battled...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia Tech adds commitment from OT Mike Arnold for 2015 recruiting class

    Virginia Tech fell short Saturday on the field, losing 27-24 to Georgia Tech, but the Hokies picked up a much-needed presence this weekend on the offensive line. Mike Arnold, a 6-foot-5, 286-pound offensive tackle from Winter Haven High in Winter Haven,...
  • ACC All Access: Virginia Tech DT Luther Maddy will miss two-to-four weeks after having knee surgery

    Virginia Tech starting defensive tackle Luther Maddy is scheduled to have surgery Tuesday morning in Blacksburg to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee and will be out two-to-four weeks, according to Virginia Tech trainer Mike Goforth. Maddy, a 6-...
  • Ex-Trinity Coach Priore Back With Stony Brook To Face UConn

    Ex-Trinity Coach Priore Back With Stony Brook To Face UConn
    When Jeff Devanney inherited the Trinity football program as a 35-year-old, first-time head coach, he thought about his predecessor and decided that some things would remain the same. Chuck Priore, after all, was at the helm for 30 consecutive...
  • Winston's suspension steals headlines in big week for ACC football

     Winston's suspension steals headlines in big week for ACC football
    ACC teams have defeated Southern California, Ohio State and Oklahoma State this football season, and Saturday's schedule is replete with compelling games, including Miami-Nebraska and Clemson-Florida State in prime time. Leave it to Jameis Winston, at...
  • Virginia, East Carolina provide early upsets in college football

    Oh, what a beautiful … morning? At first glance, the early batch of Saturday games looked like a reason to sleep in, but thank goodness we set the alarm. The action was so surprisingly compelling that even Mother Nature wanted to watch by...
  • College spotlight: If you slept in, sorry about that

    Oh, what a beautiful … morning? Saturday's early games appeared to be, at one TV viewers' guide paper, a good reason to sleep until noon. The action turned out to be so compelling, though, that even Mother Nature was determined to watch by...