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  • Rob Owen: 'Nurse Jackie' stale; 'Those Who Kill' shaky

    First "Dexter," now "Nurse Jackie." Showtime is in danger of becoming a network that clings to its onetime hits for several seasons longer than it should. Not only is "Nurse Jackie" back for a sixth season that takes the story of drug addict ER nurse...
  • Olsen says he's ready to lead Hurricanes' offense

    Olsen says he's ready to lead Hurricanes' offense
    Early Saturday morning, Kevin Olsen was asked to come to the University of Miami training room. It was there that he met with Hurricanes coaches, who shared the news that Ryan Williams, the fifth-year player widely considered the favorite to take over...
  • NFL LB Beason to enter Chaminade-Madonna's HOF

    New York Giants linebacker and former University of Miami standout Jon Beason headlines a trio of inductees who'll enter Chaminade-Madonna's sports hall of fame May 3. Beason, a 2003 Chaminade graduate who led the Lions to the state final as a two-way...
  • Medicare shows Illinois' biggest billing doctors

     Medicare shows Illinois' biggest billing doctors
    Dr. Alexander T. Kalk agreed in 2009 to surrender his license to practice medicine in Missouri in lieu of possible disciplinary action by that state. He set out for Texas but didn't stay long, according to public records. By 2011, Kalk had moved to...
  • Finding thinspiration

    Finding thinspiration
    When Pat Barone was trying to lose weight, the very people she looked to for support — her friends — seemed to be sabotaging her efforts. Questions like, 'Is that all you're going to eat?' were just the beginning. "Before long, your food...
  • Shafnisky will use spring as chance to make his case for starting role at quarterback

    Shafnisky will use spring as chance to make his case for starting role at quarterback
    Along with the players gaining familiarity with all of the new coaches on the staff, one of the top priorities this spring for the Lehigh football team is to get some clarity at the quarterback position. That's where Whitehall High product Nick...
  • Patients with prostate cancer have many options � from watchful waiting to robotic surgery, immunotherapy to physical therapy

    MIAMI The detection and treatment of prostate cancer is getting high tech. New sophisticated screenings, better tests for evaluating biopsied tissue and use of MRI-ultrasound fusion to accurately map prostate cancer are the latest advancements in...
  • Amalgamated Nose Tackles of America

    Amalgamated Nose Tackles of America
    So the regional director of the National Labor Relations Board says Northwestern University's scholarship fullbacks, tight ends and linebackers are school employees, entitled to vote on whether to unionize. The public face of this effort is former NU...
  • Florida voting looks smooth for this year, but problems predicted for next presidential election

    Florida voting looks smooth for this year, but problems predicted for next presidential election
    Florida's much-maligned elections are likely to run much better in 2014, but critics see problems for 2016 that could bring a repeat of the frustrating failures that marked the last two presidential elections. "We might not see the same type of problems...
  • Nearly $2 million in grants for local health initiatives

    Quantum Foundation of Palm Beach County has announced nearly $2 million in grants for local health initiatives. The group's largest donation is $500,000 for the nonprofit Caridad Medical Center, which provides free health and dental services to the...
  • Student stress at suburban high school has officials concerned

    Student stress at suburban high school has officials concerned
    Lyons Township High School students reported higher levels of academic stress than students at similar schools in a recent survey, reinforcing education officials' efforts to reduce stress at the competitive school. Seventy-nine percent of students...
  • Local philanthropic families to impact Jewish life at UM

    Two of Miami's most distinguished philanthropic families have joined forces to boost renovations at University of Miami Hillel. A lead naming gift of $2.5 million from the Braman and Miller families to UM Hillel will enable fundamental renovations and...