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  • Disney World chief opts out of book written by Florida's Blood Centers' Anne Chinoda

    When Anne Chinoda, president of Florida's Blood Centers, was preparing to publish her book of memoirs and leadership advice, she asked Walt Disney World President Meg Crofton to write the foreword.
  • Hampton, Kecoughtan two wins away from historic meeting in state title game

    Hampton, Kecoughtan two wins away from historic meeting in state title game
    Familiarity breeds respect. That's not exactly the timeless adage, but it was precisely the case Monday night when Hampton and Kecoughtan collided for the fourth time this high school basketball season. How else to explain the new wrinkles coaches Walter...

    Living For March Madness

    Living For March Madness
    Nearly 33 days of hoop madness. That is what is before us for the month of March. From high school sectionals to Big 10 tournaments and a meaningful Pacer season this is the one month that basketball reigns supreme. Tonight I will start the early part of...

    The Prospector Old-fashioned, state recruiting battle looms for 2015 RB Jacques Patrick

    The Prospector<br> Old-fashioned, state recruiting battle looms for 2015 RB Jacques Patrick
    There's a regular Hatfields-and-McCoys battle brewin' in the football state, and it's starting to stir things up like no other recruiting confrontation in recent memory between the state's college-football elite. Florida State, Florida and Miami are in...

    Purdue's Sweet Mission: Stop Thomas Robinson

    Purdue's Sweet Mission: Stop Thomas Robinson
    OMAHA, NE - Why make the obvious complicated. Tyshawn Taylor doesn't. "He's a beast," is the way the Kansas guard answered the simple question of why his teammate with the "0" on the front and the back of his jersey is one of the most productive forwards...