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Robert Green

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  • Inglaterra se entierra en el desierto argelino

    El favorito Inglaterra empató 0-0 con Argelia, este viernes en Ciudad del Cabo, y comprometió su clasificación para octavos de final del Mundial-2010 al cierre de la segunda fecha del grupo C, que lidera sorpresivamente Eslovenia, su próximo rival. Los...
  • Leach, Washer get it done

    Rick Leach and Greg Washer had the golden touch Sunday. Competing at the United States Tennis Assn. Men's 45 Hardcourts at Westlake Tennis and Swim Club, Leach captured the singles title and teamed with Washer to win the doubles title. By winning a...
  • WRESTLING: Team-by-team previews

    BETHEL



    HEAD COACH: Dan Richard

    YEARS IN COACHING: 8th  year at Bethel

    TOP RETURNING PLAYERS: 
    Aaron Corbett (Dist. Champ) SR 145
    Patrick Reantaso (4th Dist.) JR 125
    ...
  • Polar Bear Plunge set for New Year¿s Day

    Will 2012 be the year that you brave the icy waters of the Potomac River and become a member of the Polar Bear Club? The community is invited to join the fun and “get freezin’ for a reason” at the annual Polar Bear Plunge, beginning...
  • Primary Source: DWP and city officials pitch their rate increase proposal

     
    Shortly after unveiling on Monday a plan to increase rates by between 8% and 28% on Los Angeles electricity users to cover the fluctuating cost of coal and natural gas and boost the city's efforts to get more of its energy from renewable sources,...
  • Does knowing your genetic risks lead to better health?

    Does knowing your genetic risks lead to better health?
    Will genome scan services improve people's health -- or not? So far, the limited evidence on behaviors after genetic testing has yielded mixed results. For example, a 1997 study on 426 smokers conducted at Georgetown University Medical Center found...
  • Genome scans go deep into your DNA

    Genome scans go deep into your DNA
    MY MATERNAL grandmother had Alzheimer's disease. Before she died, she forgot our names, our faces and, eventually, how to speak and think.But my grandfather's heartbreak was the most painful to witness. I remember watching the two of them on the sofa...
  • Top Local Stories

    Police Make Arrest in Scalded Baby Case Northport Police have charged a woman for severely scalding her 9-month-old baby. Petrona Sebastian is currently being held on $90,000 bond. Police say that her baby was found with burns over 35% of its body....
  • Tribe renders Weber run useless

    — Weber State moved the ball relatively well in the first half against William and Mary, but had nothing to show for it. The Wildcats totaled 141 yards and had the ball for 18:25 of the first half, as quarterback Cameron Higgins passed for all of...
  • Phoebus wins weather-shortened PD wrestling title

    Meet host Phoebus won the weather-shortened Peninsula District wrestling tournament Friday. The Phantoms totaled 215 points, followed by Menchville at 185 1/2, Hampton at 179 1/2 and Warwick at 140 in the top four. Gloucester (127), Denbigh (124 1/2),...
  • Memorial service for Paul Green's son, Robert

    Memorial service for Paul Green's son, Robert
    A standing-room-only crowd paid tribute to a beloved music director. Robert Green, son of WGN Radio political analyst Paul Green, passed away on December 12 from brain cancer. Current and former students, colleagues, friends, family and others gathered on...