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  • Randy Travis stabilized, showing 'signs of improvement'

    Randy Travis stabilized, showing 'signs of improvement'
    Doctors for Randy Travis gave an update and more details Wednesday on the country superstar's condition since his hospitalization Sunday in Texas. Travis came through the ER at Baylor Medical Center in McKinney on Sunday after suffering a viral upper-...
  • "Calling All Sports" with Paul Reinhard and Frank Tavani airing on both cables tonight

     
    Service Electric TV2 and RCN-4 are both airing the latest edition of "Calling All Sports" tonight. The show features Morning Call colleague Paul Reinhard and Lafayette football coach Frank Tavani. Paul talks about his major heart surgery in January and...
  • Lincoln boy living life with heart condition

    Lincoln boy living life with heart condition
    When Lincoln county native Pam Stephens was 20 weeks pregnant, she went in for an ultrasound to find out what sex her baby would be. Medical staff let Stephens know she would be having a boy. Unfortunately, that was not the only news they had for her....
  • Heart procedures like Bush's becoming 'routine,' cardiologists say

    President George W. Bush's successful heart surgery, which involved placement of a stent in a coronary artery, is performed roughly a million times a year nationwide, sometimes without even a night in the hospital, according to cardiologists. “The...
  • More fit patients likelier to survive heart bypass

    More fit patients likelier to survive heart bypass
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People in better shape heading into bypass surgery are less likely to die shortly following the procedure than those who are less fit, according to a new study. "We were not surprised because it makes intuitive sense that...
  • Coaches, teammates, mentors reflect on Jonathan Ogden's Hall of Fame career

    Coaches, teammates, mentors reflect on Jonathan Ogden's Hall of Fame career
    When Ozzie Newsome reflects on the remarkable exploits of Jonathan Ogden, the Ravens general manager thinks first of silence. You have to be awfully good at your job to avoid the barbed scrutiny of NFL fans and analysts. You have to be an awfully decent...
  • Terps Trio: Maryland's NBA players, ACC relationship, 2015 local hoops recruiting

    Terps Trio: Maryland's NBA players, ACC relationship, 2015 local hoops recruiting
    Baltimore Sun reporters Jeff Barker and Don Markus and editor Matt Bracken weigh in on the three biggest topics of the past week in Maryland sports. Of the Maryland players drafted in the NBA between Joe Smith in 1995 and Alex Len in 2013, whose...
  • Dodger Stadium usher worked to the end

    On his last day of work, they came for him in an ambulance, the old usher being carried out the same back exit of Dodger Stadium where he had once stood guard. For 55 years, Ira Hawkins had patrolled the Coliseum, then Chavez Ravine, for late hours...
  • Judd Hirsch and Danny DeVito will reunite for 'Sunshine Boys'

    Judd Hirsch and Danny DeVito will reunite for 'Sunshine Boys'
    Judd Hirsch will fill the shoes of the late Richard Griffiths in the revival of Neil Simon's "The Sunshine Boys" coming to the Ahmanson Theatre in September.   Griffiths had been scheduled to costar alongside Danny DeVito at the Ahmanson, but the...
  • Richard A. Lowndes, picture framer

    Richard A. Lowndes, picture framer
    Richard A. Lowndes, a flight instructor and master picture framer, died June 15 of complications after heart surgery at the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta. The former Riderwood resident was 61. The son of a Maryland National Bank executive and...
  • Insight: No smoke, plenty of fire fuels e-cigarettes

    Insight: No smoke, plenty of fire fuels e-cigarettes
    Puffing on slim metal tubes loaded with pale yellow liquid, two London businessmen say they have between their lips a cure for what the U.N. calls "one of the biggest public health threats the world has ever faced". Electronic cigarettes are the future,...