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  • Man convicted of lighting himself on fire, killing mother

    Man convicted of lighting himself on fire, killing mother
    Upset that his mother would not pay off his debt to drug dealers, Genesis Collins Jr. set himself on fire and embraced her, leaving Audrey Collins with burns that ultimately killed her, prosecutors said. On Wednesday, a Baltimore jury convicted Collins,...
  • Detroit Auto Show: Hyundai teases concept car ahead of official reveal

    Detroit Auto Show: Hyundai teases concept car ahead of official reveal
    Hyundai let word slip on Monday of its plans for the 2013 Detroit Auto Show. The automaker revealed a sketch of a concept vehicle it's calling HCD-14. Shown only in a silhouetted profile, the drawing depicts a vehicle in the four-door coupe style...
  • Detroit Auto Show: Audi to bring trio of quicker models

    Detroit Auto Show: Audi to bring trio of quicker models
    Audi will use the 2013 Detroit Auto Show to add a little more speed to its lineup. The company will be unveiling on Monday, Jan. 14 a revised R8 lineup for 2014, an RS5 convertible and the fastest version yet of its Q5 crossover SUV, the SQ5. R8 The...
  • Vernon B. Morris Jr., engineer

    Vernon B. Morris Jr., a retired Westinghouse Electric Corp. engineer, died Monday of renal failure at the Genesis HealthCare Cromwell Center. He was 88. Vernon Byron Morris Jr. was born in Baltimore and raised on Lanvale Street. He was a 1941 graduate of...
  • 'The Last Stand' review: A tolerably creaky comeback

    'The Last Stand' review: A tolerably creaky comeback
    **1/2 (out of four) Attempting to revive both parts of the term "Old West," "The Last Stand" stars 65-year-old Arnold Schwarzenegger as a small-town Arizona sheriff who, needless to say, don't take no crap from nobody. Stepping up even though it's his...
  • Cape Henry rallies for 57-56 win over Kecoughtan

    HAMPTON — For Kecoughtan, a coveted non-district win against a quality opponent was there for the taking. All the Warriors had to do was take care of the ball. In the end, that was too much. Cape Henry Collegiate scored the final five points and...
  • In a word: sobriquet

    Each week The Sun's John McIntyre presents a moderately obscure but evocative word with which you may not be familiar — another brick to add to the wall of your working vocabulary. This week's word: SOBRIQUET Adam started us in the naming...
  • City Lights: A list for why this recovering list addict is going list-less (from now on)

    City Lights: A list for why this recovering list addict is going list-less (from now on)
    Now that Christmas is over, I have a new seasonal tune stuck in my head. Maybe it wasn't intended as a holiday song, but it's one I often find myself humming around the end of December and start of January: "Nothing Was Delivered," an obscure Bob Dylan...
  • God Squad: Non-violence, while noble, does have moral limits

    Q: I believe in the non-violent teachings of Jainism (an Indian religion that predates both Hinduism and Buddhism). We teach this song to young Jain children. It expresses the belief in "ahimsa," which means the unconditional compassion for both animals...
  • High school basketball (updated Tuesday PM): 38-team gala in Hampton will highlight busy week (with complete holiday tournament pairings and schedules)

    One of the largest holiday basketball tournaments in the state will take place at the Boo Williams Sportsplex in Hampton Thursday through Saturday. Thirty-eight high school girls teams will compete in five brackets in the Ronald Curry/Boo Williams...
  • Peninsula Glass Guild mounts annual show in Hampton

    Peninsula Glass Guild mounts annual show in Hampton
    Few people imagined where it all might lead when the newly organized Peninsula Glass Guild staged its first juried exhibition at the Charles H. Taylor Arts Center in Hampton 25 years ago. Little distinguished the creations of these mostly home-grown and...