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  • Kiah Stokes And UConn Students Protest Budget Cuts

    Kiah Stokes And UConn Students Protest Budget Cuts
    Kiah Stokes is well known to Connecticut sports fans as a star player on the University of Connecticut's championship women's basketball team. But on Tuesday night, Stokes was another UConn student in the crowd who was protesting Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's...
  • Despite a dismal record, Dieruff's Huskies are ready to make some noise

    Despite a dismal record, Dieruff's Huskies are ready to make some noise
    On the surface, the Dieruff boys basketball team appeared to have taken a step back this winter. After going 9-13 last season, the Huskies were just 3-19. But first-year coach Joe Jarjous feels some forward steps were taken that will result in more...
  • 'Canes, Ole Miss, South Carolina offer 2016 Oak Ridge LB Jonathan Jones

    'Canes, Ole Miss, South Carolina offer 2016 Oak Ridge LB Jonathan Jones
    Updating this post ... Jonathan Jones was also offered a scholarship by South Carolina late Wedesday afternoon.   College football scholarship offers continue to roll in for Orlando Oak Ridge 2016 linebacker Jonathan Jones, with Miami, Ole Miss and...
  • With new fed report, idea of hacking and cooling Earth moves from fringe to lab, maybe the air

    It's time to study and maybe even test the idea of cooling the Earth by injecting sulfur pollution high in the air to reflect the sun's heat, a first-of-its-kind federal science report said Tuesday. The idea was once considered fringe — to...
  • Terps, defensive coordinator Brian Stewart parting ways; Keith Dudzinski named replacement

    Terps, defensive coordinator Brian Stewart parting ways; Keith Dudzinski named replacement
    Maryland already knew it was going into the 2015 football season without all of its front seven on defense. Now the Terps know they will go into their second year in the Big Ten Conference with a new defensive coordinator. Maryland coach Randy Edsall...
  • Coalition pushes legalization of marijuana in New Jersey

    Marijuana should be legalized in New Jersey because existing laws waste police resources, unfairly target minorities and leave millions of dollars in potential tax revenue unrealized by relegating it to the black market, a coalition said Wednesday in...
  • Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process

    Building the NCAA tournament bracket: A look inside the process
    INDIANAPOLIS — At NCAA headquarters, the basketball enthusiasts view Selection Sunday as Christmas morning. This mock selection exercise would be akin to Thanksgiving. "So let's eat," says David Worlock, the NCAA point man for this event....
  • Rutgers student stabbed following party dispute

    Authorities say a Rutgers University student was stabbed during a street confrontation, shortly after he was involved in an argument at an off-campus party. Rutgers police tell NJ.com (http://bit.ly/1KXFerh) that the man told them the stabbing occurred...
  • In school discipline, intervention may work better than punishment

    SEATTLE After a decade in classrooms, cheering on young people and believing in their progress, David Levine's faith finally wilted. Three of his top students had walked into the front office at Big Picture High School reeking of marijuana at the...
  • Scientists call for 'geoengineering' tests to find ways to cool the planet

    SAN JOSE, Calif. Scientists are calling for tests to find ways to cool the planet the first step toward exploration of the controversial field of geoengineering, which aims to change the climate by blocking the sun's rays. It might be necessary if...
  • 'Snowiest decade' in a half century? Not exactly, scientists say

    'Snowiest decade' in a half century? Not exactly, scientists say
    News outlets pegged it as the "historic" blizzard of 2015. Snow was supposed to reach unprecedented levels. Flights were canceled, driving bans enforced. New York Mayor Bill de Blasio warned his city to "prepare for the worst." For New York and New...