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All semester I have been preparing my students in our Sports and Entertainment Law class for the ultimate negotiating showdown. Last week, they delivered brilliantly. They are a gifted crew, a testament to Dean Erwin Chemerinsky's plan to attract the...
Tags: Danica Patrick, Breast Cancer, NFL Draft, Football, Concerts
Sports NowLance Armstrong: Federal prosecutors announced Friday that they have dropped their investigation into whether the seven-time Tour de France winner and his former teammates took part performance-enhancing drugs....
HealthThere are nearly 12 million survivors in the United States alone and two out of three people live at least five years after their diagnosis. Thanks to early detection and better treatments, the nation's cancer death rate has dropped 18 percent since the...
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterVANDALIA - Smoke at the Rainbow Farm Campground, 59896 Pemberton Road, on Aug. 31, 2001, signaled not just a fire but the start of a siege unlike any in Cass County history. Derrik DeCraene, a campground employee and friend of property owner Grover...
Tags: Farms, Police Investigations, Lawyers, Justice System, FBI
Surely you've seen the bumper stickers, visited the website or, perhaps, worn the T-shirt. "Save the ta-tas" is a brilliant campaign for breast cancer awareness. So it doesn't take a perfect MCAT score to grasp the aim of Zac Allen's website....
FOX40 News“I just like deal with it, pretty much. It's part of life.” Testicular cancer has become a big part of Elvis Lopez's life, but this amazing 15-year-old is handling it with an inner strength and quiet calmness. “Thursday was his...
Tags: Cancer, Chemotherapy, Diseases and Illnesses
COSTA MESA — What's your preference: handlebar or Fu Manchu? Pencil thin or thick like Tom Selleck's? Come November, one or more of these facial hair styles might slowly emerge onto the once clean-shaven mugs of your local policymakers. As part of...
Running cross country is hard. Running cross country at Miguel Lozano's level is much harder. "He has the chance to be best that's come through here in 30 years," his coach, Chris Kowalewski said. “I usually start my day running, and then I...
Tags: Cancer, Diseases and Illnesses
Social Media ReporterThe first of November means the beginning of Movember, every guy's great excuse strut a moustache. The concept is simple. Mo-bros begin November 1st clean shaven. Then for 30 days, they grow their "mo" and raise awareness and funds for prostate and...
pix11.com | @wpixCanadian doctors were startled to see an unsettling face in the ultrasound of a testicular tumor, according to the Toronto Star. "It was very ghoulish, like a man screaming in pain. His mouth was open and it looked like one eye was gouged out," Dr....
Tags: Toronto Star
PIX11.comPIX11 is helping to raise awareness about a common form of cancer that generally affects men ages 15 to 35. Back in 2003, our very own PIX11 Sports Anchor Sean Kimerling lost his battle with testicular cancer at the age of 37. Since his death, his family...
Staff reporter"It is a wound that never heals, like a hole in your heart," said Noah Kimerling of the pain he still feels after losing his son Sean to testicular cancer 8 years ago. Sean Kimerling worked as PIX 11's Sports Anchor for six years before he died in 2003...
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