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Michael Johnson (football, safety)

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  • Who's best of best?

    Nothing stirs discussion like excellence in sports. Achievement begs comparison as naturally as night follows day. When success is measured in time as well as results, comparisons are easier. Though all four men won Olympic gold medals, sprinter Usain...
  • Fairfield Police Department: The Saga of Two Chiefs Continues

    Fairfield, Ala. (WBRC-TV)--Fairfield Mayor Michael Johnson released a statement on Monday stating that Chief Pat Mardis would be the top Chief at the Fairfield Police Department. Police Chief Betty Gamble, who was fired but later reinstated by the...
  • Betty Gamble Agrees to Step Down

    FAIRFIELD, Ala (WBRC-TV MyFoxAL.com)—Police Chief Betty Gamble has agreed to step down.     Gamble’s Attorney says the Chief has settled an ongoing dispute with the city of Fairfield by accepting a cash settlement and taking disability...
  • Sports offered plenty of distractions in a difficult 2008

    Sports offered plenty of distractions in a difficult 2008
    It was a sports year that often seemed blissfully out of touch with the times, with Beijing staging an opulent Olympics amid the backdrop of an earthquake that killed tens of thousands and the New York Yankees' spending hundreds of millions on free agents...
  • Simply the best option

    With this college football season heading into its final stages, it's time for a little way-too-early look at what's going to happen next season in the Atlantic Coast Conference. After winning the ACC championship for a second straight season and going...
  • Sprinter ready for rival Wariner

    LaShawn Merritt is good with all the attention — the interviews, the scrutiny, the glossy Sports Illustrated photo. He just knows it comes with a price. "I've just got to know the position I'm in," said Merritt, a native of Portsmouth who took a...
  • School chiefs' pay on sharp curve up

    School chiefs' pay on sharp curve up
    School superintendents' average pay in Illinois climbed 23 percent in the last five years, a jump experts said reflects an increasingly competitive market and a number of retirees with big end-of-career raises. The 10 highest-paid school...
  • 10 Olympic sites: Revisit past glories

    Not everyone can have the raw strength of wrestler Rulon Gardner or the flexibility of gymnast Nadia Comaneci. Oh, and forget about having the blinding foot speed of sprinter Michael Johnson. But with the Games of the XXIX Olympiad in Beijing to inspire...
  • Field is a running back's canvas

    More than a decade later, Bill Dee recalls the play, opponent and circumstance. Twenty-two iso. Denbigh. Serious second-half deficit. But most vividly, Dee remembers the tailback who fueled Phoebus' furious comeback on that September afternoon in...
  • In Tyrod, Tech trusts

    As Tyrod Taylor dropped back in the waning moments of the second quarter Saturday, he was faced with the kind of decision a quarterback with many more than six collegiate starts is expected to make without even thinking. If Taylor scored on a 2-yard...
  • Comeback Cavs in first

    Virginia rallied for the latest win in its comeback of a season, and now the Cavaliers find themselves in a most improbable spot. First place. Cedric Peerman rushed for 118 bruising yards Saturday, including the winning touchdown with 3 1/2 minutes...