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  • Republican top-tier contenders face-off in first debate

    Republican top-tier contenders face-off in first debate
    MANCHESTER, New Hampshire -- Republican White House contenders focused their attacks on President Barack Obama and refrained from attacking each other on Monday in their first major debate of the 2012 nominating race. The seven Republican hopefuls...
  • William and Mary leans on Grimes in 13-3 win at New Hampshire

    William and Mary leans on Grimes in 13-3 win at New Hampshire
    Run the ball, punt the ball, and play defense. "Normally that's not the way I like to play football, I can assure you that. But all that said, I like to win, too," William and Mary head football coach Jimmye Laycock explained Saturday afternoon. And,...
  • Owings Mills Times Head of the Class

    Jennifer Frank, of Reisterstown, daughter of Timothy and Jamie Frank, and a graduate of Garrison Forest School, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in civil engineering from Bucknell University. Stephen Wilkes, a 13-year-old eighth-grade student at...
  • Locals prepare for one more battle

    The 2010 prep football season reaches closure Friday with the 52nd annual Brea Lions Orange County North-South All-Star Game at Orange Coast College. Courtland Drummond (tight end) and Brandon Moss (offensive line), Zane Hudak (offensive line) of...
  • 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...
  • White babies not the majority anymore

    White babies not the majority anymore
    U.S. minorities now represent more than half of America's population under the age of 1, the Census Bureau said, a historic demographic milestone with profound political, economic and social implications. The bureau -- defining a minority as anyone who...
  • O'Malley takes party's message to New Hampshire

    O'Malley takes party's message to New Hampshire
    — Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley took center stage before a convention of New Hampshire Democrats Saturday, rallying the faithful in a state important to his party's hopes to hold the White House in November — and to his own future should he...
  • LIONEL: More Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Would Be An Insane Response to Penn State Scandal

    LIONEL: More Mandatory Child Abuse Reporting Would Be An Insane Response to Penn State Scandal
    [Ed.] As was to be expected a host of instant child abuse experts are mindlessly clamoring for more mandatory child abuse reporting that they think would be just a swell idea in response to the Penn State child abuse scandal. The National Coalition of...
  • Teen "Sexting" Less Common Than Previously Thought, Study

    Teen "Sexting" Less Common Than Previously Thought, Study
    LOS ANGELES -- Sexually explicit material isn't as widespread on kids' cell phones as some surveys have suggested, researchers have found. But 'sexting' -- sending or receiving risqué photos or videos via cell phone -- can still mean legal trouble for...