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  • Thomas and Liu In Finals at US Junior Amateur

    Thomas and Liu In Finals at US Junior Amateur
    It started with 156 of the best teenage golfers around. It is now down to just two. Justin Thomas and Jim Liu will meet tomorrow morning at 8:00 a.m. at Egypt Valley Country Club in the finals of the U.S. Junior Amateur. Thomas, 17, of Goshen, Ky.,...
  • Dr. Phillips RB Dee Hart scratches Auburn from list; Michigan leads Alabama

    And then there were two. Apologies for the cliche, but Dr. Phillips star Dee Hart has cut his list of prospective colleges to two, saying Saturday at the ESPN RISE Champion Gridiron Kings event in Orlando that he has dropped Auburn and now it's between...
  • History Making: Liu Youngest Ever to Win US Junior Amateur

    History Making: Liu Youngest Ever to Win US Junior Amateur
    Fourteen-year-old Jim Liu of Smithtown, N.Y., beat Justin Thomas of Goshen, Ky., 4 and 2 Saturday to become the youngest U.S. Junior Amateur champion. Liu, who turns 15 next month, is more than six months younger than Tiger Woods when he won the first of...
  • Travel and Tourism Meeting in New Orleans Hosted By U.S. Commerce Secretary Locke

    Travel and Tourism Meeting in New Orleans Hosted By U.S. Commerce Secretary Locke
    Tourists were roll'in on the river on the Creole Queen this afternoon, and the City of New Orleans wants to keep them coming, despite the massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. This is the first Travel and Tourism Meeting of its kind hosted by U.S....
  • Winn-Dixie closing 30 stores

    Winn-Dixie closing 30 stores
    Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. announced late Wednesday that it will close 13 of its South Florida supermarkets, among 30 the company plans to shut down nationwide. The supermarket chain, which operates 514 stores nationwide, said the move was driven by the weak...
  • Congratulations

    Ballet students attending intensive programs Five students of the Red Chair School of Performing Arts in Burbank will be attending summer ballet intensive programs across the United States. They are Faye Bosco, Elizabeth "Lizzy" Briggs, Rose Filichia,...
  • Penn State #14 In USA Today Preseason Coaches' Poll

    Penn State #14 In USA Today Preseason Coaches' Poll
    The quarterback situation is a little murky and rumors abound about the wherewithal of the legendary coach, but the Penn State Nittany Lions are still one of the top football programs in the country, according to the preseason USA Today Coaches' Poll....
  • Which States Are the Laziest?

    Which States Are the Laziest?
    You do it. Your co-workers do it. Heck, even Russ Pate does it. And he runs marathons. "You send an e-mail to someone two doors down at the office," Pate said. "Before the Internet took over, you would walk down there and talk to them." A short stroll...
  • Tampa Plant QB Phillip Ely picks Alabama

    Tampa Plant QB Phillip Ely picks Alabama
    Tampa Plant quarterback Phillip Ely has not lost a game as a varsity starter. The string includes two state championships and a 19-0 record. So it makes sense that an unbeaten team would strike Ely's interest. Ely committed to Alabama on Wednesday,...
  • Along the Gulf Coast, trying to survive the oil spill

    Along the Gulf Coast, trying to survive the oil spill
    "Hey, got any extra Jimmy Buffett tickets?" The two 50ish retirees, both wearing sunglasses and hoop earrings, laughed as they tried to get passersby to stop and chat awhile, a Southerner's favorite pastime on sleepy summer days. And on this overcast...
  • FDA investigating radiation overdoses

    FDA investigating radiation overdoses
    When Alain Reyes' hair suddenly fell out in a freakish band circling his head, he was not the only one worried about his health. His co-workers at a shipping company avoided him, and his boss sent him home, fearing he had a contagious disease. Only later...
  • 22 New Orleans-area Residents Charged with Katrina Fraud

    22 New Orleans-area Residents Charged with Katrina Fraud
    22 individuals are facing federal felony charges via grand jury indictments or bills of information as a result of alleged Katrina fraud offenses, announced United States Attorney Jim Letten, joined by David Welker, FBI Special Agent in Charge New Orleans...