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  • Skateboarder thought he was 'going to die' during alleged cop beating

     
    A 20-year-old Venice skateboarder allegedly beaten on camera by Los Angeles Police laid out disturbing new details Tuesday and alleged that he was punched in the head four times.
  • Neuqua Valley's Olivia Griswold sets sights on state title in shot put

    Neuqua Valley's Olivia Griswold sets sights on state title in shot put
    She still keeps her track spikes nearby. Olivia Griswold is kidding, sure, but the sprints are where the Neuqua Valley senior standout in the shot put got her start in track and field. At one time the rare thrower/sprinter combo, Griswold's running...

    Elfrid Payton Jr. brings a calm competitiveness to the Magic backcourt

    Elfrid Payton Jr. brings a calm competitiveness to the Magic backcourt
    To understand Elfrid Payton Jr., just flash back to the night his Orlando Magic teammates pulled a prank on him. Before a preseason game, Magic players assembled at their locker room entrance to jog onto the court together. Payton received a signal to...

    With new beginning, Jacoby Jones looks for consistency with Ravens

    With new beginning, Jacoby Jones looks for consistency with Ravens
    In an instant, Ravens return specialist Jacoby Jones lost his grip on the football and his job security. During the AFC divisional playoff game between the Houston Texans and the Ravens in January, things went awry for Jones in what became his final game...

    The Rev. Howard A. Tuite, 1929–2014

     The Rev. Howard A. Tuite, 1929–2014
    Pallbearers at the funeral for the Rev. Howard A. Tuite were mostly friends he had ministered to over the course of five decades — some poor and some homeless — on the city's South Side. "To see who his pallbearers were, the very people...