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  • Q&A: Catching up with Syracuse coach John Desko

    Q&A: Catching up with Syracuse coach John Desko
    Each week, The Baltimore Sun will publish a Q&A with a college lacrosse player or coach to get you better acquainted with the player and his or her team. Today's guest is Syracuse coach John Desko, who guided his alma mater to last year's NCAA...
  • Winds of change: Floating power turbines envisioned off Oregon coast

    A Seattle energy company received initial regulatory approval Wednesday to build five massive wind turbines floating 16 miles off the Oregon coast. The pilot project off Coos Bay would be the first offshore wind facility on the West Coast. It also would...
  • Regulators Seek Public Comment On Third-Party Power Suppliers

    Regulators Seek Public Comment On Third-Party Power Suppliers
    Regulators plan to hold five public comment sessions to solicit input on their investigation of the third-party power industry, which provides about half of the state with electricity. The hearings — in Milford, Farmington, Brookfield, Norwich...
  • $49M Cut From CL&P's $414M Request For Storm Costs

    $49M Cut From CL&P's $414M Request For Storm Costs
    Regulators on Monday cut nearly $50 million from Connecticut Light & Power's request to recoup $414 million it paid during five major storms, according to a draft decision released late Monday. But of the many reasons to reduce costs, regulators passed...
  • Charcoal may replace wood in fire rings

    Charcoal may be the only thing burning in Newport Beach fire rings come March 1. Trapped between two regulatory agencies, the Newport Beach City Council is taking steps toward regulating what's allowed to be burned in the city's fire pits, where...
  • FERC fumbles Cove Point [Letter]

    FERC fumbles Cove Point [Letter]
    Most of the experiences I have had in the Patuxent High School auditorium I hope to lock away in my memory banks forever. Last Saturday's contentious Public Service Commission hearing on the Dominion Cove Point expansion won't be one of them. The real...
  • FSU, UF basketball go different directions after early-season meeting

    FSU, UF basketball go different directions after early-season meeting
    Very little separated FSU and Florida when the two teams met in November. Florida won a 67-66 nail-biter, thanks to Dorian Finney-Smith making a free throw with 1.3 seconds left after being fouled as he collected an offensive rebound. Ian Miller threw a...
  • Too close for comfort [Commentary]

    Too close for comfort [Commentary]
    The proverbial "revolving door" in Washington politics is nothing new. Everyone knows it happens. Everyone hates it. And yet it continues unchecked. What is new, however, is that the interconnected web of private sector and bureaucratic personnel has...
  • Campaign watchdog agency rescinds warning letters to Hahn, De Leon

    SACRAMENTO — California's campaign finance watchdog agency on Wednesday rescinded warning letters that had been sent to state Sen. Kevin De Leon (D-Los Angeles) and U.S. Rep. Janice Hahn (D-Calif.) regarding disclosure of political spending. The...
  • Comcast acquisition of Time Warner Cable could undermine CBS deal

    The new distribution contract CBS Corp. signed with Time Warner Cable Inc. last summer after a bitter fight could be a casualty of Comcast Corp.'s proposed acquisition of the pay-TV operator. According to people familiar with the deal, it does not...
  • Teel Time: Expanded ACC could be relegated to five NCAA bids

    Six of the ACC’s eight basketball teams reached the NCAA tournament in 1986, unsurpassed depth and representation that the league repeated in three subsequent seasons. This year, the conference might well send only five of its 15 teams to the...