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Rick Dutrow, who trained Big Brown to Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes wins in 2008, has filed a federal lawsuit seekng to overturn his 10-year ban from thoroughbred racing in New York for drug violations. The lawsuit, filed in Brooklyn, says...
Tags: Kentucky Derby, Big Brown, Equestrian, NASCAR, Preakness Stakes
To the casual, iPhone-toting observer on the street, success in the app-development game means launching the next Angry Birds, the next Words with Friends, the next Fruit Ninja. It's all about creating that simple, super-addictive, viral app that pays for...
The Ravinia Festival has announced the remainder of its programming for the 2013 summer season. The schedule comprises more than 120 classical, popular, jazz and dance events, presented almost nightly from June 6 to Sept. 15 at Ravinia Park in Highland...
++++++++++++++++++++ || All Times EDT || || FIRST ROUND || || At UD Arena || || Dayton, Ohio || || Tuesday, March 19 || ++++++++++++++++++++ N.C. A&T 73, Liberty 72 Saint Mary's (Cal) 67, Middle Tennessee 54 ++++++++++++++++++++ ||...
Aberdeen Stacey Marie England, 22, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, was arrested Saturday on a warrant for failing to appear for court in a case in which she is charged with speeding and speeding in a work zone, failure to display her license on...
Tags: Theft, Parkville, Human Interest, Vandalism, Firearms
In the mid-1980s, the emerging AIDS epidemic was a high-profile target of vocal conservatives. Politicians and the religious right called for sweeping measures against those diagnosed with AIDS, including quarantine of patients, mandatory screening of...
Former Chicago Cubs pitcher Carlos Zambrano took a major loss this week on his 13-room house in River Forest, selling it for $675,000. That's far below his most recent asking price of $829,000. It's also considerably less than the $1.2 million Zambrano,...
Erhard Walter Rossberg left communist East Germany for Switzerland in 1957, the same year the Russians launched the first satellite, and his work eventually made its way into space. The 18-year-old had just graduated as a master optician from an...
NEW YORK — Until last year, Café Grumpy in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, was mostly known as a destination for the serious coffee drinker, the type of place where each modestly sized cup is individually brewed and goes for $4 a pop. Now, thanks to "Girls,...
NEW YORK — On a soundstage in an industrial Brooklyn neighborhood, Tom Selleck sits at the head of a prop-heavy dinner table filled with three generations of actors. As a crew goes about its preparations, there's little wisdom that Selleck won't...
ATLANTA (AP) — When Beverly Hall first arrived in Atlanta as superintendent of the city's public school system, she cautioned she wouldn't be riding in on a white horse and that it would take time to fix the problems of low student performance....
Tags: Lawyers, Justice System, Teachers, Teaching and Learning, DeKalb
If the rumors are true and “The Tonight Show” is set to return to its ancestral home at 30 Rockefeller Plaza with Jimmy Fallon as host, the move would be a boon for New York City – and maybe even the aging late-night genre itself. A...
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