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  • On the upside, Gov. Corbett's just as unpopular as other GOP Govs.

     
    It's No Secret ... That Gov. Tom Corbett's been getting some pretty bad polling news over the last couple of weeks. But he can take comfort in at least one thing: He's about as unpopular as fellow governors in other......
  • San Diego's largest newspaper to offer pointers to GOP candidates

     
    Since taking over the former San Diego Union-Tribune in 2011, developer Douglas Manchester has been clear about his political views. The New York Times recently described the publisher of the paper, which has since been renamed to the U-T San......
  • House passes gay-marriage bill

    The state House voted to make New Hampshire the third state to allow gay couples to marry, in addition to Massachusetts and Connecticut. The bill, passed 186-179, now goes to the Senate, where its future is uncertain. Democratic Gov. John Lynch opposes...
  • Same-sex couples take civil vows

    Dozens of gay and lesbian couples entered into civil unions in Concord in the early moments of New Year's Day as a new state law legalized the partnerships after midnight. Organizers said they checked in 37 couples for an outdoor ceremony on the plaza of...
  • U.Va. No. 1 seed in NCAA lacrosse

    Virginia (13-2) is the No. 1 seed for the NCAA men's lacrosse tournament and faces Villanova (11-5) at 2:30 Sunday in Charlottesville. The winner faces the winner of Saturday's Brown at Johns Hopkins game on May 17. ... In baseball, Jason Stidham and...
  • Trutanich sticks to a simple theme

    Trutanich sticks to a simple theme
    In the flashy television ad that has served as his calling card to voters, Los Angeles city attorney candidate Carmen "Nuch" Trutanich compressed his 30-year legal career into a narrow sliver: the time he spent prosecuting serious gang crimes. Not...
  • Another weapon in recruiting wars

    Just about every coach has a niche. Maybe it's offensive techniques or defensive principles. Maybe it's even more narrowed — like free-throw shooting, base running or the kicking game. Jason Robinson, Heritage's football coach the past four...
  • Veteran defenses, veteran coaches

    Veteran defenses, veteran coaches
    After Tennessee started the season 1-1, including a devastating 19-15 loss in Knoxville to UCLA, Volunteers defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin knew he'd have to prepare himself for the resulting sky-is-falling mentality of Southeastern Conference fans....
  • The Morning Call High School Wrestling Rankings - January 19, 2010

    103 POUNDS 1. Fr. Darian Cruz (Bethlehem Catholic) 22-3 2. Jr. Anthony Cabrera (Liberty) 21-5 3. Jr. Anthony Bilotta (Pius X) 22-5 4. Fr. Ian Evans (Parkland) 18-7 5. Soph. DeMarquis Holley (Dieruff) 11-2 Honorable mention: Fr. Evan Disora (Easton)...
  • Tuesday's college roundup: Poquoson's Crockett, U.Va. shut out Tribe in baseball; No. 25 CNU wins 10th in row; No. 14 CNU softball squad sweeps No. 11 Salisbury

    Freshman left-hander Kyle Crockett from Poquoson pitched four innings in his first start for his first collegiate baseball victory, giving him 5 1/3 scoreless innings this season and leading No. 8 Virginia (7-1) past visiting William and Mary 9-0....
  • Local region high school baseball tournaments are worth a look

    - The quality of baseball is on the rise on the Peninsula - High school rosters abound with Division I talent - Several graduates are marking their mark in college Need a Memorial Day sports escape? Don't want to pull weeds, play golf or wax the...