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  • FDIC, investors claim millions in Old Southern Bank deal

    FDIC, investors claim millions in Old Southern Bank deal
    Former leaders of Orlando's first bank to fail during the U.S. financial crisis have agreed to a set of multimillion-dollar deals to settle allegations they caused the bank's demise, regulators and lawyers confirmed this week. Old Southern Bank...
  • No blackouts for Bucs this season

    No blackouts for Bucs this season
    The Bucs have announced none of their home games will be blacked out, so Orlando will see plenty of Lovie Smith this fall. Teams must sell 85 percent of a game's non-premium tickets to avoid being blacked out in local markets. The Bucs expect to reach...
  • Yankees' Tanaka making progress in rehab

    The Sports Xchange MLB Team Report - New York Yankees - INSIDE PITCH BALTIMORE -- Right-hander Masahiro Tanaka appears to be on the comeback trail for the New York Yankees. Tanaka threw 10 fastballs on flat ground prior to the Yankees' game against the...
  • Steve Keesee: WWII veteran was a patriot, soldier to the end

     Steve Keesee: WWII veteran was a patriot, soldier to the end
    Ballard "Steve" Keesee of Eustis loved to tell stories about his World War II service, often with funny flair. "He said he got a free trip to Europe, paid for by the government," said his wife, Shirley. "He had a good sense of humor. He said, 'At the...
  • After Manny Machado's injury, Orioles rally for 11-3 victory over the Yankees

    After Manny Machado's injury, Orioles rally for 11-3 victory over the Yankees
    Normally, a blowout win against the New York Yankees is celebrated with abandon at Camden Yards. Add in that Monday’s 11-3 victory separated the Orioles and the Yankees even further in the American League East race and that one of the offensive...
  • Michael Noteware making plenty of strides with Gulf Coast Yankees

    Michael Noteware making plenty of strides with Gulf Coast Yankees
    Name the role and Michael Noteware will gladly accept it. That’s the attitude the former Glendale Community College pitcher has taken during his first season playing professional baseball with the Gulf Coast League Yankees2, the rookie ball...
  • A's Jed Lowrie has hairline fracture in finger, will continue to play

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. An MRI taken Tuesday revealed that A's shortstop Jed Lowrie has a hairline fracture in his right index finger, a development that won't stop Lowrie from playing but potentially could impede it. The pain in Lowrie's finger hasn't improved...
  • Rita Compton: Nurse excelled in compassion, discipline, golf

    Rita Compton: Nurse excelled in compassion, discipline, golf
    In three decades as a nurse, Rita Compton specialized in compassion. Yet the lifelong Lake County resident also was a perfectionist, setting high standards for herself and others — whether it was on the golf course or in life. Compton died on...
  • Democrats wrong to rip Rick Scott on train

    Democrats wrong to rip Rick Scott on train
    Three years ago, after Gov. Rick Scott turned down $2.4 billion in federal funds for a high-speed rail link between Orlando and Tampa, leading Democrats blistered the new Republican chief executive — rightly — for squandering thousands of...
  • Dolphins trying to address tight end issues, add another rookie

    Dolphins trying to address tight end issues, add another rookie
    The Miami Dolphins have added an eighth tight end to the team's training camp roster to compensate for a few injuries members in the unit are nursing. Evan Wilson, who spent part of the 2014 offseason with the Dallas Cowboys, was signed Tuesday night....
  • Former junior college receivers take long route to Illinois

     Former junior college receivers take long route to Illinois
    Illinois receivers Geronimo Allison and Martize Barr can't think of much they have in common. "I'm more laid-back and quiet, and he's more obnoxious and loud," Allison said. As roommates, there is no mystery which one is Oscar and which is Felix....