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  • Stanford 45, UCLA 19 (final)

     
    The beat goes on for Stanford, and we're not even talking about its world-famous band. The Cardinal football team has won 12 in a row -- the longest streak in major-college football. On Saturday in Palo Alto, Stanford made it......
  • UCLA 27, Oregon State 19 (final)

     
    UCLA won its Pacific 12 Conference opener Saturday, holding off Oregon State when Sheldon Price knocked away a late fourth-down pass by the Beavers at the Bruins' 22-yard line. The Bruins (2-2 overall) survived despite a blocked field-goal attempt, a........
  • USC football: Pac-12 reprimands Barkley for comments on Burfict

     
    The Pacific 12 Conference reprimanded USC quarterback Matt Barkley on Tuesday for "derogatory and inflammatory comments" he made about Arizona State linebacker Vontaze Burfict before last week's game at Tempe, Ariz. Barkley told The Times' Baxter Holmes...
  • USC football: Lane Kiffin says Armond Armstead will redshirt

     
    USC Coach Lane Kiffin announced Tuesday that defensive lineman Armond Armstead, who has not played this season because of an unspecified medical condition, will redshirt. Armstead, a senior from Sacramento, has not been allowed to practice since last...
  • Pac-12: Was the decision not to expand now the right one? [Poll]

     
    Pac-12 has decided to remain at 12 teams at this time, rather than expand into a super-conference. Do you think it was the right decision? Vote in our poll....
  • What will happen to remaining Big 12 and Big East teams?

     
    The Big 12 and Big East conferences appear to be in jeopardy with the likely departure of several teams. Writers from around the Tribune Co. discuss what will happen to the remaining teams in the Big 12 and Big East conferences....
  • Alicia Sacramone on USA world gymnastics team; not Shawn Johnson

     
    USA Gymnastics announced the teams that will represent the U.S. at the 2011 world championships in Tokyo Oct. 8-16 and at the Pan American Games in Guadalajara, Mexico, Oct. 14-30. Three 2008 Olympians -- Shawn Johnson, Chellsie Memmel and Bridget......
  • NBA labor negotiations expected to continue Thursday

     
    Attorneys for the NBA and the players union met Wednesday in advance of a session Thursday that is expected to include NBA Commissioner David Stern and union head Billy Hunter, according to a basketball official who was not authorized to......
  • Pac-12 Conference calls off expansion plans for now

     
    The Pacific 12 Conference released a statement Tuesday night saying it was not pursuing expansion plans at this time. "After careful review we have determined that it is in the best interests of our member institutions, student-athletes and fans to......
  • USC basketball: Trojans' television schedule for 2011-12 season announced

     
    The USC men's basketball team will make at least six regional television appearances during the 2011-12 season, according to the Pacific 12 Conference television schedule released Friday. -Saturday, Dec. 17: Georgia at USC, 7 p.m., FSN -Thursday, Dec. 22:...
  • Texas 49, UCLA 20 (final)

     
    Texas turned the tables. Embarrassed last season in Austin when they were run over by UCLA in a three-touchdown loss, the Longhorns delivered payback in an even bigger way Saturday at the Rose Bowl. With a lot of help from......
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  • Cruise ship back home in N.J.: Tales of quarantine after 684 fell ill

    Cruise ship back home in N.J.: Tales of quarantine after 684 fell ill
    BAYONNE, N.J. -- At first he thought it was the fish. Maurice Weizmann, a Montreal businessman on a Royal Caribbean cruise with his wife, started vomiting on the second night of the 10-day voyage after eating dinner and watching a show on the ship...
  • Royal Caribbean cruise ship returns home after more than 600 sickened

    Royal Caribbean cruise ship returns home after more than 600 sickened
    BAYONNE, N.J. — At first he thought it was the fish. Maurice Weizmann, a Montreal businessman on a Royal Caribbean cruise with his wife, started vomiting on the second night of the 10-day voyage after eating dinner and watching a show on the...
  • Only now does West Virginia firm say second chemical spilled in river

    Only now does West Virginia firm say second chemical spilled in river
    West Virginia regulators have ordered Freedom Industries to immediately disclose all materials involved in the recent spill that contaminated the water supply of 300,000 people, after the chemical company said there was a second chemical that entered...
  • Medical bills are a burden for more than 1 in 4 families, CDC says

    Medical bills are a burden for more than 1 in 4 families, CDC says
    A crushing medical bill can cause money problems not just for a cash-strapped patient but for his or her entire family. New data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show more than one in four U.S. families recently experienced a...
  • Possible norovirus outbreak cuts Royal Caribbean cruise short

    Possible norovirus outbreak cuts Royal Caribbean cruise short
    A possible outbreak of norovirus that has sickened more than 600 passengers and crew members on a Royal Caribbean cruise ship has prompted company officials to cut the trip short, the company said late Sunday. The ship, Explorer of the Seas, is...
  • He's floored by maid's pillow protocol

    He's floored by maid's pillow protocol
    Question: Recently I stayed at a luxury hotel. My stay was pleasant enough, but one day I was in the room when I heard a knock on the door. It was the hotel maid who had come to clean the room. I told her that I just had to grab my coat, that I was...
  • Americans consume too much added sugars, study says, and it's killing us

    Americans consume too much added sugars, study says, and it's killing us
    Americans consume too much sugar, and our collective sweet tooth is killing us. So says a study published Monday by the journal JAMA Internal Medicine. It finds that 71.4% of U.S. adults get more than the recommended 10% of their daily calories from...
  • Get up! Study says sedentary time means less ability in everyday life

    Get up! Study says sedentary time means less ability in everyday life
    It’s not enough for people to get regular moderate exercise as they age. Researchers say it’s also important not to spend the rest your time sitting too much. In fact, for every hour of sedentary behavior, the odds were 46% greater that...
  • U.S. to revamp nutrition labels

    U.S. to revamp nutrition labels
    WASHINGTON — The Obama administration on Thursday will propose the first major revamp of nutrition labels in more than two decades, an update that would emphasize calorie information, include the amount of added sugars and revise serving sizes to...
  • The gloves come off for chefs: 5 must-read local headlines

    The gloves come off for chefs: 5 must-read local headlines
    That was fast. Less than three months after a state law requiring chefs and bartenders to wear gloves took effect, one of its sponsors wants a do-over. Assemblyman Richard Pan (D-Sacramento) has introduced emergency legislation to replace the...
  • The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it

    The ADHD explosion: A new book explores factors that have fueled it
    "The ADHD Explosion: Myths, Medication, Money and Today's Push for Performance," released this week by Oxford University Press, chronicles the steep increase in ADHD diagnoses in the United States over the last two decades. The new book offers provocative...