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  • Southland college football signings

    Southland college football signings
    Where they're headed Top Southland college football recruits who signed NCAA letters of intent Wednesday: Player, high school, position, college choice Donta Abron Jr., Upland, running back, Colorado Jeremiah Allison, Dorsey, linebacker, Washington...
  • UCLA hires Norm Chow as offensive coordinator

    UCLA hires Norm Chow as offensive coordinator
    Norm Chow, the offensive mind who helped USC win two national titles, has agreed to join UCLA's staff as offensive coordinator, sources familiar with the situation said. Rick Neuheisel coveted Chow from the moment he was hired as Bruins coach in late...
  • 2008 summer reading list

    2008 summer reading list
    June 8, 2008 Editor's Note: It's a perennial question for the summer months, what to read? Here you'll mind more than 50 titles in fiction andƒononfiction, organized according to the months when they'll be published. Books are listed in alphabetical...
  • Nick Willhite dies at 67; former pitcher for the Dodgers and Angels

    Nick Willhite Pitcher for Dodgers Nick Willhite, 67, a left-handed pitcher whose five-year baseball career was highlighted by the shutout he threw in his debut with the Dodgers in 1963, died of cancer Sunday at a son's home in Alpine, Utah. Willhite was...
  • Porn isn't normal

    In his Blowback, "What porn says about the man," John Wright suggests that porn is normal, and anyone who views it is normal, so there is nothing wrong with viewing it. John Stagliano made similar claims in his recent Dust-Up debate with Barry McDonald....
  • George Wahlen dies at 84; Navy corpsman treated the wounded on Iwo Jima

    George Wahlen, who as a Navy pharmacist's mate during World War II tended to more than a dozen casualties on Iwo Jima while seriously wounded himself and who received the Medal of Honor for his actions, died Friday in Salt Lake City at the Veterans...
  • The Prosecutor: R. Lewis Cope, 54

    Cope has been a deputy district attorney in the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office since 1983 and is now assigned to the major crimes unit where he handles death penalty cases, violent crimes and other high profile prosecution. He had...
  • NCAA tournament, first round: Brigham Young defeats Florida in double overtime

     
    Jimmer Fredette scored 37 points, including two three-pointers in double overtime, to seal BYU's thrilling 99-92 win over 10th-seeded Florida on Thursday in the first round of the NCAA tournament at Oklahoma City. Fredette, the nation's 12th-leading...
  • Have a kid and lower your blood pressure, researchers say

     
    The next time your little one dumps a cup of coffee into your laptop keyboard, keep this in mind: A new study finds that having children may be linked to having lower blood pressure. Researchers from Brigham Young University, the......
  • Doctors' hours and couples' language -- no connection whatsoever

     
    The only connection might be that they caught my eye this week and I'm sharing. What can I say? I'm a giver. -- Doctors apparently work less when the risk of liability increases. This conclusion is based on data, survey......
  • Football: Fua recovering from concussion

     
    Brigham Young-bound Alani Fua of Oaks Christian said Monday he hopes to play in Friday's Northwest Division championship game against Gardena Serra even though he suffered a concussion on Saturday against L.A. Cathedral. He's going to have to receive...