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  • Soma Vainuku continues his big-play ways for USC

    Soma Vainuku continues his big-play ways for USC
    BOULDER, Colo. -- USC fullback Soma Vainuku continued his knack for making big plays Saturday night during the Trojans' 47-29 victory over Colorado. The third-year sophomore from Eureka, who has excelled on special teams this season, blocked a first-...
  • Demaryius Thomas looking forward to matchup with Richard Sherman

    Demaryius Thomas looking forward to matchup with Richard Sherman
    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — The Denver Broncos' Super Bowl media sessions have been conducted aboard the Cornucopia Majesty, a moored yacht that Monday featured Coach John Fox holding court on the first deck and players fielding questions two decks above....
  • EECP offers possible relief for chest pain

     EECP offers possible relief for chest pain
    Over the last year, Fred Lembkie, 62, has had three heart attacks, a failed bypass surgery, two subsequent angioplasty procedures and stents inserted into his arteries. When the Portland, Ore., man finally underwent EECP treatment, a little-known, often...
  • What should you keep in a storm kit?

    What should you keep in a storm kit?
    What's in your storm kit?  What we recommend goes well beyond batteries and a flash light. Most of us all think of the obvious things to have in a tornado survival kit, like a weather radio or a flashlight. But let's take a look at some of the...
  • Speeding landed man in the slammer -- where he got slammed with $270,000 bond

    Speeding landed man in the slammer -- where he got slammed with $270,000 bond
    It ended up being a $270,000 speeding ticket for this dude. On Wednesday night as two deputies were conducting traffic enforcement in Spring Hill they noticed a black Honda Accord traveling 58-mph in a 35-mph zone, according to a news release from the...
  • Dr. Anne Tsao & Dr. Mark Clemens II

    Dr. Anne Tsao &  Dr. Mark Clemens II
    Clemens Tsao Engagement Announcement Dr. and Mrs. Keuy-Yeou Tsao of Chicago, Illinois are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Dr. Anne Tsao to Dr. Mark Clemens II, son of Debra Clemens of Washington, D.C. and Mark Clemens of Orange,...
  • Md. health insurers' 'fail first' policies jeopardize patient health

    Md. health insurers' 'fail first' policies jeopardize patient health
    Absent from the critical debate in Maryland over how to rein in health care spending has been a serious examination of the dangerous and expensive policies that some Maryland health insurers have enacted in the name of cost containment, and their...
  • Mutant protein offers promise of skin disease cure

    Mutant protein offers promise of skin disease cure
    Researchers from Loyola University Chicago said they have developed a mutant form of a protein that seems to cure mice of vitiligo, a skin condition found in millions of people around the world. Vitiligo causes irregular, white patches of skin, which...
  • Teen dating violence leaves scars, experts say

    Teen dating violence leaves scars, experts say
    Sheela Raja remembers treating a victim of teen dating violence who at first felt too ashamed to talk about the experience. Instead, the victim buried the trauma in alcohol until she finally opened up during therapy. Raja, a licensed clinical...
  • Homegrown lemon grass: two varieties of a singular taste

    One of the stands of lemon grass in the middle of the Vermont Square Community Garden is in full flower now, a somewhat unusual occurrence. It’s not a particularly attractive phase for the plants, which look like overgrown weeds on their last legs....
  • Hopkins medical school falls to No. 3 in U.S. News rankings

    Hopkins medical school falls to No. 3 in U.S. News rankings
    Johns Hopkins University's medical school fell one spot to No. 3 in the nation, while its education school rose to No. 2, according to the latest U.S. News and World Report graduate school rankings. The medical school ranked behind those of Harvard...