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  • Lance Armstrong will race next week

     
    Via his Team RadioShack website, Lance Armstrong announced he would be racing next week at the Tour of Luxembourg. After Armstrong crashed out of the Amgen Tour of California last Thursday with almost four stages left to race, his team......
  • Bahati Racing, Floyd Landis part ways

     
    Not unexpectedly, controversial cyclist Floyd Landis and his sponsor, Dr. Brent Kay via the OUCH Medical Center, are no longer associated with the Bahati Foundation cycling team, according to a release from the Bahati Foundation. Floyd had signed with...
  • FDA approves Amgen's osteoporosis drug Prolia

     
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  • Local Cyclist Wins Tour de California Stage

    Thomas Peterson, of North Bend, won Stage Two of the prestigious Tour de California. Two-time defending champion Levi Leipheimer took over the race leader's yellow jersey at the Amgen Tour of California Monday after a bold move on the final climb of...
  • Modesto Waits for Stage 3 Amgen Finish

    MODESTO-A traffic patrol worked the holiday Monday making sure no one parks on the route that Amgen Tour of California racers will take through town.      Riders enter town on Tuesday afternoon on the Needham Overpass instead of the familiar Modesto Arch....
  • Amgen Tour of California

    Jim starts to bend on his fondness for bike racing. Granted there are some finer points that Jim can't put his finger on but overall, he does like it. With all this bicycle love, find out what sport Jim still can't give a minute of his time to. Voice your...
  • Outline: Mayor Kevin Johnson's State of the City Address

    INTRO: "Good afternoon and welcome.  I want to first thank our hosts the Metro Chamber and Matt Mahood for putting on this event. I think it's incredibly important to have a consistent dialogue and engagement about where we are as a city and where we...
  • Local Science Teachers Get Helping Hand From Fred Hutch

    About 30 teachers from around Washington state are giving-up some of their summer break to do some hands-on science. Their goal is to bring back some exciting hands-on projects for their students this Fall. It's part of the "Science Education...
  • FDA escalates warnings about drugs to counter anemia, chemo fatigue

     
    Acting on growing safety concerns, the FDA on Tuesday ordered strict new procedures on the prescribing and dispensing of medication that treats anemia in cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy. The new strictures ordered by the FDA affect a class of...
  • How risky are those genetic risk factors for heart disease, anyway?

     
    Hardly a day goes by without word that Gene X has been linked to Disease Y. (As in, people with the vanilla version of the ICECREAM gene are 20% more likely to develop Type 2 diabetes than people with the......
  • Mayor of Bakersfield welcomes basketball fans

     
    In reaction to my column, "It's Bakersfield or bust for high school state championships," the mayor of Bakersfield, Harvey Hall, has submitted a response welcoming tourists and fans to this weekend's state championships, along with offering some tourist...
  • Tour of California will feature Lance Armstrong, Levi Leipheimer

     
    The Amgen Tour of California scheduled for May 16-23 and to include, for the first time in its history, a mountaintop finish, will have its best field of 16 teams led by a new American-based squad, RadioShack, that is partly......