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  • Draft: Round Four Pick-By-Pick Analysis

    Draft: Round Four Pick-By-Pick Analysis
    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Includes all fourth-round picks Draft: Round Four pick-by-pick analysis 96.St. Louis Rams: WR Chris Givens, Wake Forest -- Givens' speed should make him the deep threat the Rams' offense was lacking, and gives Sam...
  • Coping with the deluge

    The storm system that has pounded California since last week was expected to weaken today into a series of sporadic but intense showers, with the possibility of more rain Tuesday night. Emergency preparedness officials, who had geared up for the worst in...
  • Fire creates opening, traps for immigrants

    With flames encircling this remote border crossing east of San Diego, U.S. customs inspectors wasted no time evacuating. They closed the gate blocking the lanes into California, wrapped a chain around it and snapped on the lock. The Tecate Port of...
  • eHarmony Launches Gay Dating Web Site

    SAN DIEGO - As Californians wait for a ruling on same sex marriage from the state Supreme Court, some in the gay community are celebrating a small victory for online equality. On Wednesday, eHarmony.com launched a new matchmaking Web site for gay...
  • Cops Crack Down On Street Racers

    CHULA VISTA, Calif. - Police are launching a new campaign called "Operation Crackdown" to put a stop to illegal street racing in the San Diego area. Authorities say when popular movies like "Fast and the Furious" open at the box office, they see a surge...
  • D-Day for Carlsbad Desalination Plant

    CARLSBAD, Calif. - The Pacific Ocean off the coast of Carlsbad could be part of a solution to San Diego's water crisis if a desalination plant is given the green light Wednesday at a public hearing. "Seawater desalination will be a critical component of...
  • Thieves Rip Door off Balboa Park Museum, Steal ATM

    SAN DIEGO - San Diego police are looking for burglars who tore the door from a Balboa Park museum with a steel cable and stole an automatic teller machine. The break-in happened just after 5 a.m. Tuesday, police said. An ATM in the gift shop...
  • San Diegans Fight Hunger for Earth Day

    SAN DIEGO- Some San Diegans are celebrating Earth Day by helping to fight hunger. Wednesday, Vons grocery store handed out a reusable shopping bag to every customer who donated a can of food to the San Diego Food Bank. "We saw Earth Day as an...
  • Hundreds Honor Chavez at Annual Breakfast

    SAN DIEGO - Hundreds of San Diegans celebrated the life and work of Cesar Chavez. Monday morning at the 11th Annual Cesar Chavez Commemoration Breakfast. More than 1,000 people attended the event at the San Diego Convention Center. Organizer Venus...
  • Lehigh Valley Conference Team Capsules

    ALLEN Coach: Chris Kinane (first year) Last year: 0-10 (0-9, LVC) Impact players: QB Justin Quaye, sr.; QB Nick Rhodes, jr.; WR Matt Wingler, sr.; WR Nik Davis, sr.; WR/RB David Gibbs, sr.; WR Siddiq Shabazz, sr.; OL Lance Troxell, sr.; OL Eddy Torres,...
  • Pirates' fire burns out in tough loss

    After a slow start, Hampton's offense caught fire in the first half Saturday against Bethune-Cookman. In the second half, though, the fire went out. The Pirates blanked on several second-half opportunities in a 27-24 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference loss...