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  • Notebook: A Fond Farewell To Gampel For Dolson, Hartley

    STORRS – All-Americans Stefanie Dolson and Bria Hartley play their final UConn home game Tuesday when the Huskies play St. Joseph's in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. The game has been switched to ESPNU by the cable network. It will...
  • 'Downton Abbey' recap: Babe of pigs

    'Downton Abbey' recap: Babe of pigs
    Near the end of Sunday’s “Downton Abbey,” I half-expected Chris Harrison to show up in the Crawleys’ drawing room and start quizzing Mary about her favorite bachelor. Just a few short weeks ago, our heroine was catatonic with grief...
  • Injury to keep U.S. hockey team's GM away from Sochi Olympics

    Injury to keep U.S. hockey team's GM away from Sochi Olympics
    SOCHI, Russia — Team USA General Manager David Poile will not travel to Russia for the Olympic men's hockey tournament because of injuries he suffered last week when he was hit in the face by an errant puck. Poile underwent surgery for facial...
  • Flu season is in full swing

    Local physicians say they’re seeing an increase in patients with flu symptoms as the season for the virus approaches its peak in February and March. At Glendale Memorial Hospital and Health Center, emergency physician Edmond Noll said he’s...
  • Anne Arundel County health brief

    Heart health February is American Heart month. The Anne Arundel Department of Health offers kits and fact sheets about heart disease, its risk factors and prevention on the website learntolivehealthy.org. Flu shots The Department of Health is...
  • They're Short-Handed, But It Helps That Two Of The Hands Are Stewart's

    They're Short-Handed, But It Helps That Two Of The Hands Are Stewart's
    STORRS — Louisville had the best team in the land within five points with five minutes remaining in the first half Sunday at a sold-out Gampel Pavilion. The subject of the UConn women playing short-handed brings no shortage of eye-rolling from...
  • California flu deaths for those under 65 running far ahead of last year

    California flu deaths for those under 65 running far ahead of last year
    Influenza-related illness has killed 147 Californians under age 65 this season, including 17 people in Los Angeles County and one in Long Beach, state health officials have confirmed. The toll is unusually high: At the same point last year, only 14...
  • Daley taken to hospital after returning from business trip

    Daley taken to hospital after returning from business trip
    Former Mayor Richard M. Daley was undergoing tests Saturday in the intensive-care unit at Northwestern Memorial Hospital after falling ill on a business trip to Arizona, according to representatives of the former mayor. Daley, 71, felt ill Friday...
  • Huskies Pay Tribute To Doc Hurley

    HARTFORD – The Huskies observed a moment of silence for Doc Hurley before their game against South Florida, and coach Kevin Ollie expressed his thoughts about the loss of the Hartford legend after the game. "He was a great man," Ollie said. "My...
  • Spring training: Dodgers 4, Arizona 3

    Spring training: Dodgers 4, Arizona 3
    Dodgers 4, Arizona Diamondbacks 3 AT THE PLATE: Juan Uribe was two for two with a home run and two runs batted in. Alex Guerrero got his first two hits, both bloop singles, the second of which drove in a run. Brendan Harris, formerly of the Angels,...
  • Asciende a 472 la cifra de fallecidos por gripe en México en 42 días de 2014

    Asciende a 472 la cifra de fallecidos por gripe en México en 42 días de 2014
    La gripe ya ha causado la muerte de 472 personas entre el 1 de enero y el 11 de febrero en México, la mayoría por el virus AH1N1, informó hoy la Secretaría de Salud. En un comunicado, la dependencia sanitaria informó de que en lo que va de año se han...