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  • Orioles' Matt Wieters to serve as DH to start spring training, Buck Showalter says

    Orioles' Matt Wieters to serve as DH to start spring training, Buck Showalter says
    Orioles catcher Matt Wieters, who coming off reconstructive elbow ligament surgery in June, will continue to rehabilitate his throwing arm this spring but will have no restrictions as a hitter as camp opens this week, manager Buck Showalter said...
  • New Lady Pines crowned

    New Lady Pines crowned
    A breast cancer survivor who cheers up other seniors with her service dog was named Lady Pines and will represent the city during its 55th birthday celebration in April. Jamie Drzewicki beat out six other contestants during the pageant at the...
  • FDA eases access to DNA screening for inherited diseases

    Federal health officials are easing access to DNA tests used to screen parents for devastating genetic disorders that can be passed on to their children. The surprise announcement offers a path forward for Google-backed genetic testing firm 23andMe, which...
  • Brothers ages 7 and 9 launch company selling socks designed by kids

    MIAMI Ever since he was a baby, Sebastian Martinez loved socks. He collected socks of all kinds, with different colors, patterns and styles. About two years ago, his mother, Rachel Martinez, asked him if he wanted to design his own. "He was so excited...
  • No. 6 Lady Vols overcome injuries, top No. 10 Kentucky 72-58

    Tennessee found a way to beat a top-10 team and remain unbeaten in Southeastern Conference competition even after losing its best player. The sixth-ranked Lady Vols may need to show similar resourcefulness for some time to come. Ariel Massengale...
  • Conwright leads No. 7 Florida State past Virginia, 65-56

    Florida State didn't let the sting of its first loss in 40 days linger for long. Maegan Conwright had 12 points and seven assists and shut down red-hot Mikayla Venson in the second half Sunday, leading the seventh-ranked Seminoles to a 65-56 victory...
  • Popular Clarke picked as European captain for 2016 Ryder Cup

    Darren Clarke provided arguably the most emotional story line in the history of the Ryder Cup, and helped forge one of the competition's most successful partnerships. And to mark the start of the next chapter in the charismatic, cigar-chomping Northern...
  • Golfers raise money at Boca Woods Play for P.I.N.K.

    Golfers raise money at Boca Woods Play for P.I.N.K.
    A tennis dress signed by Maria Sharapova with a pair of her autographed sneakers were just two of the silent auction items that greeted Play for P.I.N.K. golfers at Boca Woods Country Club when they came off the two courses for lunch. Organizers Shula...
  • Kaneland hosts shootout for Pat Hill, for cure

    Kaneland coach Ernie Colombe has wanted to host a shootout-like event going back a year. The Knights will Saturday, for a benefit that hits close to home. Matchups between Kaneland and Aurora Central Catholic, and one between high-profile programs...
  • Waukegan schools set for Saturday Pink Out

    For the second year in a row, students at Oakdale Elementary School sold more Pink Out fundraiser T-shirts than any other school in Waukegan District 60 The shirts are sold across the community each year to promote the Great Waukegan Pink Out pep rallies...
  • American Cancer Society: Cancer rates drop nationally

    FORT WORTH, Texas Declines in tobacco use, along with screenings, advances in cancer prevention and treatment combined to create good news: Cancer rates have dropped 22 percent in two decades, according to the American Cancer Society. Death rates from...