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  • Rugby primed for its big day in Chicago

     Rugby primed for its big day in Chicago
    Ed Michals barely gave his broken nose and two shiners a second thought. Starting his first year of a radiology residency at Rush Presbyterian, he had been bashed in the face during a rugby match — hours before a reception at his new boss' house....
  • UConn Women Sweep: AAC Preseason No.1, Stewart Top Player, Nurse Top Rookie

     UConn Women Sweep: AAC Preseason No.1, Stewart Top Player, Nurse Top Rookie
    NEW YORK – On the way to a 40-0 record and its second straight national championship in women's basketball last season, UConn had its way in the American Athletic Conference. The Huskies were 18-0, winning by an average of 37.4 points. This...
  • Galaxy earns a draw in playoff opener at Real Salt Lake

    Galaxy earns a draw in playoff opener at Real Salt Lake
    When the final whistle sounded on Saturday's Western Conference semifinal with Real Salt Lake, Galaxy goalkeeper Jaime Penedo looked toward the heavens, whispered something, then blessed himself. Penedo was giving thanks for a stalwart effort in which...
  • Montalvo, LW West complete comeback against LW North

    Montalvo, LW West complete comeback against LW North
    Turns out you can win when you can't hold on to the football. Three first-half turnovers Friday resulted in 17 points for Lincoln-Way North and a 17-point halftime deficit for Lincoln-Way West. But a solid second-half defensive effort and 28...
  • City Lights: Pointing out music that's worth discovering

    The late rock critic Paul Williams once wrote that, when dealing with works of art, praise amounts to pointing at something, declaring it "great" and hoping that readers agree. Of course they don't always, which provides impassioned fodder for any...
  • Blackhawks roster set just under cap for opener

    Blackhawks roster set just under cap for opener
    Stan Bowman graduated from Notre Dame in 1995 with a degree in finance. That has come in handy during the NHL's salary-cap era as the Blackhawks general manager perhaps more than anyone in the league the last few seasons has had to work the numbers...
  • To get attention, Democrat Perry Thurston mocks Attorney General Pam Bondi

    To get attention, Democrat Perry Thurston mocks Attorney General Pam Bondi
    Attempting to grab some attention, Democratic attorney general candidate Perry Thurston has turned to mockery. He’s going after incumbent Republican Pam Bondi. Thurston, a Broward state representative, unveiled a website Bondisbungles.com. It...
  • Patricia S. "Patty" Farber, art teacher

    Patricia S. "Patty" Farber, art teacher
    Patricia S. "Patty" Farber, a former private school art teacher and volunteer who climbed Mount Kilimanjaro when she was in her 60s, died May 10 of lung cancer at her home in Brewster, Mass. The longtime Towson resident was 87. "We got to know the...
  • Court backs disclosure of officers' names in shooting cases

    Court backs disclosure of officers' names in shooting cases
    Police agencies generally must tell the public the names of officers involved in shootings, the California Supreme Court decided Thursday. The state’s highest court, in a 6-1 vote, rejected blanket policies by a growing number of police agencies...
  • Police must ID officers in on-duty shootings, court rules

    Police must ID officers in on-duty shootings, court rules
    Police agencies must reveal the names of officers involved in on-duty shootings unless there is specific evidence that disclosure would pose a safety threat, the California Supreme Court decided Thursday. The 6-1 ruling by the state's highest court is...
  • Dunn and Garcia face off in runoff for Long Beach mayor

    Dunn and Garcia face off in runoff for Long Beach mayor
    It's been decades since anyone could credibly refer to Long Beach by its once proudly held moniker, "Iowa by the Sea." The city earned the nickname in the early 1900s, when waves of Midwesterners flocked to its sun-soaked shore and thousands turned...