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Michael Johnson (football, safety)

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  • Seahawks make roster moves, sign rookie RB and second-year LB

    Seahawks make roster moves, sign rookie RB and second-year LB
    The Seattle Seahawks have made adjustments to the 90-man roster, signing rookie free agent running back Vai Taua and second-year linebacker Michael Johnson, the team announced this afternoon.   Taua, out of the University of Nevada, joins the Seahawks...
  • 60 busted in online prostitution sting dubbed ‘Curtain Call.’ What a show!

    These detectives in Polk County must really be good. Afterall, they were able to lure suspects from 18 Florida cities, some as far away as South Florida, to Polk County for sex. After negotiating with detectives online, or by phone, the suspects...
  • Newport News man found guilty in Hardee's killing

    Newport News man found guilty in Hardee's killing
    NEWPORT NEWS — After deliberating for an hour and a half, a 12-member federal jury on Wednesday found a Newport News man guilty of seven of eight charges in the 2007 slaying of longtime Hardee's employee Dianne Green. The jury in U.S. District...
  • ARRESTS OF NOTE: January 8, 2011

    ARRESTS OF NOTE: January 8, 2011
    Arrested: Michael Johnson/Donald Wilson: On Saturday, January 8, 2011 deputies were dispatched to a domestic disturbance on St. Louis Street in Raceland. Deputies were given a description of a person of interest in the incident and they approached a...
  • IndyCar Drivers' Athletic Skills to be Judged by Olympic Athlete at Texas Motor Speedway

    IndyCar Drivers' Athletic Skills to be Judged by Olympic Athlete at Texas Motor Speedway
    Two professional IndyCar drivers compete boot-camp style to showcase physical fitness at Texas Motor Speedway. Ryan Briscoe and J.R. Hildebrand hit an obstacle course near Texas Motor Speedway's Lone Star Tower to dispel the notion that professional...
  • Chivitchian comes up short in debut

    LAS VEGAS — With his Ultimate Fighting Championship debut there for the taking, Sako Chivitchian simply couldn't get off first. At least that was the assessment given by corner man Dave Camarillo after Chivitchian dropped a hard-fought three-round...
  • Hardee's killing case might go to federal court, possibly meaning death penalties

    Hardee's killing case might go to federal court, possibly meaning death penalties
    The three men accused of killing popular Hardee's employee Dianne E. Freeman-Green in an early morning robbery at the restaurant in 2007 are expected to be prosecuted in federal court rather than in the state system, the former attorney for one of the men...
  • School chiefs' pay on sharp curve up

    School chiefs' pay on sharp curve up
    School superintendents' average pay in Illinois climbed 23 percent in the last five years, a jump experts said reflects an increasingly competitive market and a number of retirees with big end-of-career raises. The 10 highest-paid school...
  • Tiki Barber takes on Michael Johnson, Jeremy Wariner

     
    Tiki Barber sighting this morning! No, really. Naturally, this tip came from Mrs. WatchDog, who sometimes watches "Today" and told me Tiki was going to be sprinting against Michael Johnson. Tiki did look good bursting out of the blocks between......
  • In Afghanistan, guns, police go missing

     
    Afghan police men guard a Kabul checkpoint, Thursday, Feb. 12, 2009. (AP Photo/Rafiq Maqbool) by Frank James The news from Afghanistan continues to be bad. Today, a House subcommittee heard reports that the U.S. military can't account for thousands......
  • Colin Powell: 'Concerned' over spending

     
    by Mark Silva Retired Army Gen. Colin Powell, former secretary of state under the last President Bush and chairman of the joint chiefs of staff under the first President Bush, has faced unfriendly fire from within his own Republican Party......
  • Judge refuses to reduce death sentence for man who murdered two in South L.A.

     
    A judge denied a request today to reduce the death sentence for a man convicted of murdering two people and attempting to murder two others in a South Los Angeles housing project. Defendant Kai Harris, 32, along with another man,......