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  • Phonehenge West creator sentenced to 18 months in jail

     
    Alan Kimble Fahey, the creator of the elaborate Phonehenge West structure convicted of building-code violations, was sentenced this week to almost 18 months in jail. Prosecutors argued that Fahey showed a deliberate disregard for authority and had no...
  • Iron Butterfly’s Lee Dorman died of natural causes, coroner says

     
    Iron Butterfly’s Lee Dorman died of natural causes, coroner says...
  • Public service workers may qualify for loan forgiveness

    Public service workers may qualify for loan forgiveness
    Dear Liz: I am the single mother of four daughters, including one who has a serious heart condition that causes $10,000 to $30,000 in out-of-pocket medical expenses each year. These medical bills have caused me to file bankruptcy twice, but the...
  • Future wellness efforts may include advice based on genes

    Future wellness efforts may include advice based on genes
    As medical advances continue to deliver ever-more effective treatments for symptoms and diseases, some doctors say it's time to focus on keeping people from getting sick in the first place. In other words: Prevention needs to be the priority of the...
  • Novak Djokovic struggles at first, but beats Grigor Dimitrov at BNP Paribas Open

    Novak Djokovic struggles at first, but beats Grigor Dimitrov at BNP Paribas Open
    For a while Tuesday, the No. 1 men's tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, didn't play up to his rating and the No. 31 player, Grigor Dimitrov of Bulgaria, played well above his. But, as so often happens in big tournaments such as the BNP...
  • Oklahoma tackle impresses at combine

    Oklahoma tackle impresses at combine
    INDIANAPOLIS — Oklahoma's Lane Johnson ran nearly as fast as Baltimore receiver Anquan Boldin, leaped as high as Cincinnati receiver A.J. Green, and matched the broad jump of New England running back Stevan Ridley. Were Johnson, say, a safety, his...
  • Monster says no evidence shows its energy drinks killed girl, 14

    Monster says no evidence shows its energy drinks killed girl, 14
    Monster Beverage Corp. has its own take on what happened to Anais Fournier, the 14-year-old Maryland girl whose family blames her 2011 death on her consumption of Monster energy drinks. The Fourniers sued Monster in October, alleging negligence and...
  • Men tell of sexual abuse by scoutmaster decades ago

    Men tell of sexual abuse by scoutmaster decades ago
    Even after 36 years, Carl Maxwell Jr.'s thoughts leap to the rustic house at the edge of the golf course, and what happened there. "It is so old, but it is so fresh," Maxwell said, recalling the many nights that members of Troop 222 spent at the home...
  • Wichita State's Carl Hall is at heart of Shockers' surge

    Wichita State's Carl Hall is at heart of Shockers' surge
    From passed out on a floor to the Final Four — it has been a pulse-rate ride for Carl Hall. "Oh man, it's been a long journey for me," Hall said. Wichita State's senior forward, who overcame a heart condition that sidelined him for two years,...
  • John Levy dies at 99; personal manager for jazz greats

    John Levy dies at 99; personal manager for jazz greats
    John Levy, an accomplished bassist who became the first African American personal manager in the jazz field, has died. He was 99. Levy, a National Endowment for the Arts Jazz Master, died in his sleep Friday at his Altadena home, said his wife, writer...
  • PASSINGS: Richard J. Sheirer, Jiri Raska, Jack Lionel Warner

    PASSINGS: Richard J. Sheirer, Jiri Raska, Jack Lionel Warner
    Richard J. Sheirer NYC emergency official at time of 9/11 Richard J. Sheirer, 65, the former New York City emergency management chief who helped guide the city through the aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks, died Thursday after experiencing chest pains....