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  • Hearing his own number called surprised Logan Thomas

    BLACKSBURG – When Virginia Tech's Logan Thomas heard the play come down Saturday from the coaches' box through the headset he was wearing on the sideline, it didn't register at first. It was his moment – his chance to get in a game in a...
  • Mt. Wilson road, closed since '05, could reopen soon

    Mt. Wilson road, closed since '05, could reopen soon
    For decades, outdoor enthusiasts would trudge the nearly nine-mile climb through the craggy foothills above Pasadena, following the same worn trail that workers used to haul the large telescopes to the Mt. Wilson observatory a century ago. But rain-...
  • Baltimore casino developers show plans for site

    Baltimore casino developers show plans for site
    Outside, Baltimore's proposed casino would have an industrial look inspired by old warehouses in the surrounding area and a shop-lined pedestrian zone reminiscent of the Eutaw Street promenade at Oriole Park. Inside, it would have "neighborhoods"...
  • Dispute grows over TARP chief's powers

    WASHINGTON -- He was appointed with fanfare in December as public watchdog over the government's multibillion-dollar bailout of the nation's financial system. But now Neil Barofsky, inspector general of the Troubled Asset Relief Program, is embroiled in a...
  • Football preview: Defensive players to watch

    Josh Alaeze Dunbar, defensive end, senior A transfer from Parkville, Alaeze has drawn a lot of attention from colleges with his aggressive style and the speed to constantly harass opponents. At 6 feet 1, 225 pounds, he has a "motor that just doesn't...
  • Architects build weekend getaway in fire country with safety in mind

    It's a 2.5-mile ride up a sinuous Malibu canyon to the 700-square-foot weekend home of architects Cory Buckner and Nick Roberts. There, deer graze on the hillside covered with sumac, scrub and a scattering of oaks; occasionally, a bevy of quail scurries...
  • City Council urges mayor to move ahead on slots

    Baltimore City Council President Stephanie C. Rawlings-Blake asked the Dixon administration yesterday to introduce zoning legislation needed for a gambling parlor and said she is "urging the city to move forward on slots." Rawlings-Blake made the request...
  • All-Baltimore City: Wrestling

    Wrestler of the Year Karl Green, Mount St. Joseph The junior heavyweight was named the Outstanding Wrestler in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association tournament after pinning all four of his opponents. Green finished the season at 48-3 with...
  • City reaches slots pact that could cut taxes

    The Dixon administration and the group bidding to build a slots parlor in Baltimore have reached an agreement that could generate enough money to slash Baltimore's property tax rate by up to eight cents, officials said. "It looks like this process is...
  • Brother Rice outslugs Marian Catholic 16-12

    Brother Rice outslugs Marian Catholic 16-12
    Top-ranked Brother Rice showed Thursday afternoon that even when its pitching isn't at its best, it has enough thunder in its lineup to persevere. In a slugfest that featured a combined 36 hits, the Crusaders prevailed 16-12 against Marion Catholic in...
  • Football: First-team defense

    Thomas Erdman River Hill, lineman, senior •Great speed and quickness for a 6-2, 230-pound defensive end; could make the tackle or force the takeaway •Had 86 tackles - 49 solo and 24 for a loss; tied team record with 10 sacks; forced five...