| Sep 24, 2011
| 6:12 PM
HUNTINGTON, W.VA. — When a coach has been around long enough to have seen his program turn early success against non-conference opponents into unforgettable season-long runs, as well as demoralizing collapses, he learns to temper the highs and...
| Sep 26, 2011
| 5:00 PM
With four days of practice left before Virginia hosts Idaho, Cavaliers coach Mike London was in no rush Monday to address what he plans to do at the quarterback position if Michael Rocco isn't healthy enough to play.
Getting the quarterback squared...
| Oct 10, 2011
| 1:35 PM
Chef Sean Farrell offers a fall seasonal menu, and each course is paired with a classic Dry Creek wine by Fred and Jamie Peterson at Sonoma's Peterson Winery. Doug Rankin of Fountainhead Selections and Gary Dunn of Spiritus Wines host the evening's wine...
| May 5, 2011
| 4:24 AM
While there are still some highly anticipated competitions coming up on the high school and college fields of play this calendar year, Methodist Sports Medicine and the IHSAA recognized some of the best of the bestduring the Brady Sports Achievement...
| May 19, 2011
| 6:12 AM
Trade judges on Wednesday partially overturned a ruling that had accused EU states of giving Airbus illegal subsidies, but said the aircraft maker did receive billions of dollars of unfair aid that harmed Boeing.
Upholding a European appeal, World...
| May 31, 2011
| 6:01 AM
Trade judges this month overturned parts of a ruling that accused EU states of giving Airbus illegal subsidies, but said the aircraft maker received billions of dollars of unfair aid that harmed Boeing.
Together with a parallel case over U.S. payments...
| Feb 3, 2011
| 2:18 PM
A north side woman who tried to help her dog out on the ice, soon found herself in trouble as well. She is thankful for a quick-thinking metro police officer who saved them, using an unexpected item.
"It was really cold and my body temperature was...
| Feb 23, 2011
| 1:21 PM
The Community Development Block Grant program is one of those grant operations that the left loves and the right loves to hate. It funds all kinds of local programs, and like so many other funding categories, it’s on the chopping block this year...
| Jun 25, 2011
| 8:21 PM
The only green was the grass on the field and the logos of the host school.
Funny that Marlin Jackson wouldn't try to advertise his current football affiliation-but in many ways the blue and white are just as important.
"it all started here in...
| Oct 31, 2010
Divided we stand, united we fall. I know, I've got the old adage backward. But when it comes to solving one of the biggest problems looming over the nation — the federal budget deficit — backward could be the best way to go.
We may soon...
| Nov 25, 2010
On this foodiest of food days, we give thanks to the many wonderful people and places in the state making great dishes, and to our readers, who took the time to salute their favorites, some deservedly well-acclaimed, others little-known treasures.
| Mar 10, 2011
| 10:46 AM
The non-profit Yankee Institute Thursday posted state payroll information on its website, CTSunlight.org, showing that 1,126 state employees earned more than the governor's salary of $150,000 in 2010.
"This data is especially relevant now, when Gov....