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  • Ice researchers capture catastrophic Greenland melt

    Ice researchers capture catastrophic Greenland melt
    Over a few summer days in 2012, nearly all of the Greenland ice sheet surface thawed right under the feet of a UCLA-led team of scientists. What was not absorbed into snow quickly gathered and flowed across the 20,000-square-mile sheet, coalescing...
  • Football recruiting notes: Michael Gomez, Justin Hunniford size up colleges

    Football recruiting notes: Michael Gomez, Justin Hunniford size up colleges
    Cary-Grove two-way lineman Michael Gomez and Providence quarterback Justin Hunniford shared a common goal Saturday. Hunniford achieved the desired result. Hunniford threw for 184 yards and directed three consecutive second-half touchdown drives to...
  • College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot

    College Football Playoff standings bode well for extra ACC bowl slot
    Tuesday night’s College Football Playoff standings bode well for an easier placement of the ACC’s 11 bowl-eligible teams Sunday, including Virginia Tech. The key was the CFP selection committee’s ranking the Big Ten’s Michigan...
  • Mauling death fuels debate over New Jersey bear hunt

     Mauling death fuels debate over New Jersey bear hunt
    New Jersey's annual black bear hunt is stirring up even more emotion this year after the mauling of a student by a 300-pound male bruin just 30 miles west of Manhattan, fueling debate over how much humans may be responsible for the fatal encounter....
  • U.Va., Duke, Louisville headline early-season ACC basketball

    The ACC failed to win its annual Challenge with the Big Ten for the sixth consecutive year, but led by undefeated Duke, Virginia, Louisville and Miami, there’s much to like about a conference that clearly underperformed last season. Headlined by...
  • Miramar girl, 17, among FAU's graduates

    Miramar girl, 17, among FAU's graduates
    When Joan Martin took on the task of homeschooling her four children, she was forced to learn algebra, biology and other subjects that many of us have long since forgotten. "I was clueless at first," she said. But she joined homeschooling groups,...
  • Natural dyeing's future may get brighter with science

    Natural dyeing's future may get brighter with science
    A giant steel pot filled with indigo dye is the center of activity at Jane Palmer's industrial work space, Noon Design Studio and Natural Dye House. "Today it is indigo, but on any given day, we dye using all natural elements in a variety of interesting...
  • Ex-Miramar coach Strout faked transcript, Ohio State says

    Ex-Miramar coach Strout faked transcript, Ohio State says
    The Ohio State University transcript Matt Strout added to his personnel file after being named Miramar High School's football coach last year is not an authentic document, the university's registrar told the Sun Sentinel on Monday. Strout, whose wide-...
  • For trio of top football recruits, junior year filled with opportunities, potential pitfalls

    For trio of top football recruits, junior year filled with opportunities, potential pitfalls
    The Baltimore Sun will follow Franklin's Steven Smothers, Gilman's Ellison Jordan and McDonogh's Eric Burrell on the recruiting trail as they try to decide over the next year which college will be the best fit. This is part one in an occasional series....
  • Minnesota's McNeil arrested on domestic assault charges

    Minnesota's McNeil arrested on domestic assault charges
    Minnesota suspended Baltimorean Daquein McNeil indefinitely Tuesday after he allegedly was involved in a domestic violence incident. McNeil, a sophomore guard, remained in the Hennepin County jail early Tuesday without bail after he was booked on probable...
  • There were highs and lows aplenty during Big Ten season

    There were highs and lows aplenty during Big Ten season
    Let's all breathe a sigh of relief. The wussification of America is not complete. Gary Andersen scared us there with his Monday comments regarding the Paul Bunyan Axe. The Wisconsin coach said that the axe, a super-cool trophy awarded to the Minnesota-...