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  • Sun Belt teams go a combined 1-8 in opening week of season

     The Sun Belt was a combined 1-8 in the opening week, with the only win coming in a battle of conference teams, with Florida International beating North Texas 41-16.  The rest of the conference had teams playing money games against teams from the...
  • Music fills Pike Place Market with 10th Annual Buskers Festival

    Music fills Pike Place Market with 10th Annual Buskers Festival
    There was a lot of plucking, picking and strumming going on at the Pike Place Market Sunday at the market’s 10th Annual Buskers Festival. Street musicians whose acts are normally a sideshow on the market walkways were in the spotlight on three...
  • Training to Save Lives: How Metro Police Help the Mentally Ill

    Training to Save Lives: How Metro Police Help the Mentally Ill
    Since 2001, officers with the Lee's Summit Police Dept. have received a special kind of preparation. It's called Crisis Intervention Team - or CIT - training and it teaches officers how to deal with the mentally ill, specifically those engaged in...
  • John W. Moyer Sr.

    John W. Moyer Sr.
    John W. Moyer Sr., a retired Towson criminal defense lawyer who enjoyed coaching youth sports, died of pneumonia Sept. 17 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. The former Long Green Valley resident was 84. The son of the manager of the Wagner...
  • Obama Pays Visit To Damaged Joplin

    Obama Pays Visit To Damaged Joplin
    (CNN) -- President Barack Obama visited tattered Joplin, Missouri, on Sunday as the town marked a week since a tornado packing winds of more than 200 mph struck, destroying neighborhoods and killing more people than any other U.S. tornado since modern...
  • Thanksgiving, an American meal

    Thanksgiving, an American meal
    When Thanksgiving spread around the country in the mid-19th century, it was in the hope that holiday good feelings would heal the rift between North and South. So, the Thanksgiving menu had a certain amount of can't-we-all-get-together culinary...
  • A sound check along the Memphis-to-Nashville 'Music Highway'

    Memphis, Tenn. Knowing how obsessed Elvis fans can be, I wasn't surprised when my wife and I drove up to the Heartbreak Hotel and found, true to the song's lyrics, that it was actually "down at the end of Lonely Street" and that the desk clerk was...
  • Sanford Seminole's Tyrone Bouie reels in 11th offer, this one from UAB

    Sanford Seminole High School does not usually lack prospects and the defending large school state champions are no different this year. The Seminoles have four players in the Sentinel's preseason Central Florida Top 100 and 21st-ranked Tyrone Bouie...
  • DeLand RB Shontrelle Johnson decommits from Northwestern

    DeLand RB Shontrelle Johnson decommits from Northwestern
    He kept it pretty close to the vest, but Shontrelle Johnson acknowledged Tuesday that he decommitted from Northwestern about three weeks ago, and now, his phone rings constantly. Johnson, 5-foot-10, 180 pounds and the No. 13-ranked player in the...
  • Cross-country road trip

    Cross-country road trip
    As I thought about my two-week cross-country road trip this summer, I was wary about going it alone. But I found plenty of people to keep me company on the drive -- or rather, many of them found me. (SEE PHOTOS HERE) I solicited tips in the Travel...
  • On the BBQ trail

    On the BBQ trail
    There's a swath of our country that's built upon the foundation of meat plus smoke plus sauce. What a beautiful formula. It's too wide of a swath, however, to cover in three days, which was the amount of time I had set for a barbecue road trip. My goal:...