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Michael Johnson (football, safety)

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  • Hardee's killing case might go to federal court, possibly meaning death penalties

    Hardee's killing case might go to federal court, possibly meaning death penalties
    The three men accused of killing popular Hardee's employee Dianne E. Freeman-Green in an early morning robbery at the restaurant in 2007 are expected to be prosecuted in federal court rather than in the state system, the former attorney for one of the men...
  • From archives: Hardee's shooting suspect's lawyer asks off case

    The attorney for one of two men accused in the 2007 slaying of Hardee's employee Dianne E. Freeman-Green asked off the case Wednesday. Alvin B. "Buddy" Fox Jr., the lawyer for Henry L. Stapleton, 23, made a motion to withdraw from the case just before...
  • A new complex riddled with ills that are costly to cure

    A new complex riddled with ills that are costly to cure
    The opening of a new health and science center at Los Angeles Valley College should have been cause for celebration. The complex included the first new classroom building on the campus in more than three decades. There were chemistry and biology labs, a...
  • GLENDALE — While neither Sako Chivichyan or Sevak Magakian found their way into the octagon, both were forced to deal with a second straight loss, as Team Koscheck fell to 0-2 in the third episode of Spike TV's "The Ultimate Fighter," which aired...
  • Fourth-quarter burst lifts Hampton past N.C. Central 27-13

    DURHAM, N.C. – Hampton scored three touchdowns in the fourth quarter and rallied beat North Carolina Central for the second straight year. The Pirates prevailed 27-13 thanks to a19-yard touchdown reception by Javaris Brown and interception returns...
  • The toll of racism?

    The toll of racism?
    Terry DAVIS didn't know he was having a stroke, much less that, as an African American male, he had a three to four times greater risk of suffering one than a white man. When a transient ischemic attack, or mini-stroke, hit nearly a year ago, he was 49....
  • Phoebus girls follow up PD title with second-place finish at the ER meet

    - Phoebus finished second behind Western Branch - 1,600-meter relay team clinches second - Ocean Lakes standout wins three jumps again Newport News ─ Phoebus track and field coach Brian Rountree wanted his girl's track team to use the...
  • Virginia media day notebook: Players excited to work with new coach Mike London

    Much has been made of an attitude makeover within the Virginia football program under new head coach Mike London. The players say it's genuine. "Everybody is excited to be around the McCue Center, in the weight room, in conditioning," defensive tackle...
  • Peninsula area FBS signees since 2002

    Peninsula area FBS signees since 2002 (positions are where they were recruited) 2002 RB Michael Johnson – Heritage (signed with Virginia) QB Marcus Vick – Warwick (signed with Virginia Tech) FS Jimmy Williams – Bethel (signed with...
  • QB DeMarco powers Old Dominion past N.C. Central 42-28

    On the same day Thomas DeMarco set his school's rushing yardage and touchdown records, Old Dominion became the most successful start-up Football Championship Subdivision program in history. But the latter of those milestones hardly came as easy as the...
  • 60 busted in online prostitution sting dubbed ‘Curtain Call.’ What a show!

    These detectives in Polk County must really be good. Afterall, they were able to lure suspects from 18 Florida cities, some as far away as South Florida, to Polk County for sex. After negotiating with detectives online, or by phone, the suspects...