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  • Gators trying to secure class, add top recruits before signing day

     
    Florida trying to land recruits as signing day approaches...
  • Christopher Daniels has all the answers in advance of WrestleReunion

     
    Pro wrestler and Antelope Valley resident Christopher Daniels, perhaps best known as "Fallen Angel" or "Curry Man" or maybe just Daniels, is back in town for this weekend's WrestleReunion event this weekend in Los Angeles. Daniels was gracious enough to.....
  • Florida Dental Association announces new board

     
    The Florida Dental Association has announced the election of new offiers to its executive board, including the first Cuban-American president, Dr. Cesar Sabates of Coral Gables. Dr. Cesar R. Sabates, President Dr. Sabates, a general dentist in private...
  • At UCF, rare music manuscript yields clues to its history

     
    Like a detective hunting for clues, Kathleen Sewright pores over a fragile music manuscript on an upper floor of University of Central Florida’s library. There is a mystery afoot: What is the history of the extremely rare, centuries-old...
  • Late night in LP …

     
    Alternately titled: Let's get weird Late night isn’t really my jam. I also don’t particularly enjoy early mornings. What I am trying to say is that I value sleep more than most other things, especially before or after a long day or night out...
  • More than the basics at this bakery

    More than the basics at this bakery
    IRVINE — A punk when she attended University High School here, Rachel Klemek has always been allured by the subversive. Growing up in the South, and later in Irvine, she remembers not understanding the concept of cooking or enjoying food. Her...
  • Big Ten Commissioner, Jim Delany

    Big Ten Commissioner, Jim Delany
    Only the Big Ten's fifth commissioner since its founding in 1896, James E. Delany enters his 22nd year in that role. He has led the Big Ten through significant periods of change and growth that have helped the conference maintain its preeminent position...
  • Social support network may add to longevity

    Social support network may add to longevity
    The best medicine for a longer, healthier life may be the support of family and friends: That's the conclusion of an exhaustive July report looking at studies over three decades on social relationships and mortality. People with adequate social...
  • Obesity

    NOT FOR PUBLICATION "Combating obesity is the #1 health care problem for U.S. children," says Donald Lewis, chair of pediatrics at Children's Hospital of the King's Daughters. "A life expectancy shorter than their parents should stop people in their...
  • Teel time: William and Mary's football schedule bottom heavy

    Playing three of your first four games on the road is a chore. And a Week 5 visit from the reigning national champs may be the season's greatest single test. But the defining stretch of William and Mary's football regular season will be five closing...
  • Trauma found in late football star's brain

    Trauma found in late football star's brain
    The late former Parkland and Penn football star Owen Thomas sustained the kind of brain trauma more commonly seen in much older athletes who played contact sports for years, a detailed examination has shown. According to an account first reported in...
  • W&M's Michael Paulus feels prepared for his chance at quarterback

    W&M's Michael Paulus feels prepared for his chance at quarterback
    If Michael Paulus plays well Saturday in his first start as William and Mary's quarterback against No. 1 Villanova, it'll go a long way toward lifting the No. 7 Tribe to a huge win and its goal of a Colonial Athletic Association championship. It also...