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  • Leopards' Reed honored again ... now on to 'the Dungeon'

     
    Drew Reed is having the kind of rookie football season that has the stat people at Lafayette College and elsewhere looking into the archives for “last time” facts about his performances. The freshman quarterback from Lakeland, Tenn., earlier...
  • Chicago's population drops 200,000

    Chicago's population drops 200,000
    Chicago lost a hefty 200,000 residents in the last decade, most of them African-Americans, while suburban counties grew dramatically in numbers and diversity, according to 2010 census data released Tuesday. People continued to spread out far from the...
  • Bradley, Ford picked

    Corona del Mar High senior Marcus Bradley received first-team All-CIF Southern Section Division III-AA boys' basketball honors, making the 6-foot-6 forward the only Newport-Mesa player to make the team. Bradley, a transfer from Beaumont High, helped the...
  • Bradley made most of it

    Bradley made most of it
    Marcus Bradley was not supposed to play at Corona del Mar High this past boys' basketball season. The senior moved into the area to live with his grandparents in June. He said the move away from his parents in Beaumont was for personal reasons....
  • Oilers Walsh and Bonomi sign letters of intent

    Three Huntington Beach High seniors took the next step in their academic and athletic careers early Wednesday by officially committing to four-year universities. Signing a National Letter of Intent on Wednesday were girls' soccer player Nikki Walsh...
  • Reports of mayhem, fear distort reality: Crime on the decline

    Reports of mayhem, fear distort reality: Crime on the decline
    Are you afraid? Afraid of crime sprees, murderers, sexual offenders living down the street, home invasions, traffic homicides, child molesters, sex in school and violence in schools? These are dangerous times. Anyone who doesn't arm himself is a...
  • Bradley goes for UCI

    Marcus Bradley moved to Corona del Mar High from Beaumont before his senior year to live with his grandparents. It looks like he will be staying around a bit longer. Bradley has signed a national letter of intent with the UC Irvine men's basketball...
  • Look for Thomas Gounley in the Boston Marathon — he'll be the one juggling

    Let's see, how to describe Thomas Gounley? Who, as a kid, taught himself to ride a unicycle for no apparent reason. Who, on a whim, decided to bike 1,350 miles from St. Louis to Yorktown. And who, in his latest bit of inspired madness, will run the Boston...
  • Peninsula Catholic grad joggles Boston Marathon in under 4 hours

    Despite unseasonably hot conditions in New England, Thomas Gounley met his goal in Monday's Boston Marathon. Gounley, a 2008 graduate of Peninsula Catholic and current senior at the University of New Hampshire, ran the Marathon in 3 hours, 52 minutes and...
  • Newt Gingrich wins endorsement of New Hampshire Union Leader

    Newt Gingrich wins endorsement of New Hampshire Union Leader
    The New Hampshire Union Leader, a powerful voice in the early voting state, endorsed Newt Gingrich in the Republican presidential primary Sunday, saying the nation needs his "innovative, forward-looking strategy and positive leadership." The newspaper's...
  • Maryland Board of Physicians gets new leader

    The Maryland Board of Physicians, which has faced scrutiny in recent months because of its backlog of cases and other problems, is getting a new leader, state health officials said Wednesday. Carole J. Catalfo will begin work as the executive director...