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  • Christian network sued in child-sex case

    Christian network sued in child-sex case
    An international Christian radio and television network based in West Frankfort in southern Illinois and the brother of the network’s founder were named in a federal child-sex-abuse lawsuit filed in Chicago today. Three Angels Broadcasting Network,...
  • Radioactive tritium leaked at Surry Power Station

    Radioactive tritium leaked at Surry Power Station
    Radioactive tritium used in everything from wristwatches to hydrogen bombs has leaked into groundwater at Virginia’s two commercial nuclear power plants during the past four years. While not known to have reached public water supplies, the leaks...
  • Sacramento Mother Accused of Burning Baby to Death in Microwave

    Sacramento Mother Accused of Burning Baby to Death in Microwave
    The Sacramento Police Department arrested 29-year-old Ka Yang for the alleged murder of her 6-week-old daughter, Mirabelle Thao-Loa. Back on March 17, police responded to a house in the 800 block of Rood Avenue, where there were reports of a dead baby....
  • Pacifier Might Be Key In Sacramento Microwaved Baby Case

    Pacifier Might Be Key In Sacramento Microwaved Baby Case
    Ka Yang told Sacramento police officers that she had a seizure and dropped her infant daughter on a space heater the day she died. In court documents obtained by FOX40 today, investigators say when they opened the microwave in Yang's Rood Avenue home...
  • Castleton Festival keeps growing

    Castleton Festival keeps growing
    The most atmospheric way to experience the Castleton Festival, which opens Saturday, is to travel down to Virginia's Rappahannock County and catch opera productions or orchestra concerts on the spacious, idyllic estate of celebrated conductor Lorin...
  • Civil War anniversary stirs interest in Fort Wool

    Civil War anniversary stirs interest in Fort Wool
    HAMPTON — Long before his audacious victories during the Civil War Robert E. Lee was sent to Fort Wool, a manmade island in the middle of Hampton Roads, to battle against the elements. He wasn't entirely successful back in the 1830s according to...
  • Controversy doesn't hinder USF as Bulls land prospects QB Jeffrey Godfrey, OL Todd Chandler and DL Jose Jose

    USF had a huge recruiting day on Tuesday, even amid the allegations that coach Jim Leavitt struck a player. The Bulls picked up a pledge from coveted Miami Central QB Jeffrey Godfrey, and also saw two decommits fall to them in Miami Central OL Jose Jose...
  • Cocoa's Ra'shawde Meyers decommits Colorado State to join Doc Holliday at Marshall

    Mark one off the Colorado State list of 2010 commitments from the Central Florida area. And chalk one more up for new Marshall head coach Doc Halliday. Cocoa defensive end Ra'Shawde Myers, a 6-foot-4, 230-pound standout for the two-time defending...
  • Mainland's Cortez Davis commits to Clemson on spot, joining teammate Marlin Lane

    Cortez Davis took a visit to Clemson on Saturday and was so impressed with what he saw that he committed on the spot. The Daytona Beach Mainland junior safety, a tall defensive back at 6-foot-5, 200 pounds, had said earlier he would commit if he got a...
  • Ex-West Virginia assistant Doc Holliday now makes Florida push for Marshall

    Ex-West Virginia assistant Doc Holliday now makes Florida push for Marshall
    It looks like former West Virginia assistant Doc Holliday is finally starting to apply his recruiting touch at his new school. The Marshall head coach, who inherited an empty recruiting cupboard from ousted Herd coach Mark Snyder, is hosting a whole...
  • 'Tis the season of decommiting as recruits start changing their minds during the December visiting period

    There's just something not right about expecting a teenage boy to stand by a commitment to play football, or any other sport for that matter, at college level. At list until he signs on that dotted line during the signing period. Those decommits seem...