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AP Sports WriterATLANTA (AP) — Andrew McCutchen dropped a flyball and Pedro Alvarez flubbed a grounder. The two errors in a span of three at-bats in the third inning led to an unearned run for Atlanta that was the difference as the Pittsburgh Pirates fell to the...
Lourdes Medina had undergone two spinal operations to treat a debilitating degenerative disc. They provided little relief, and she soon developed a herniated disc in her lower back. In the realm of traditional medicine, the 32-year-old’s only...
Tags: Surgery, Cancer, Spine, Health, University of California, Irvine
No. 8 Braves: 23rd in a series counting down to spring training. Next: Phillies. Isn't every action supposed to bring an equal opposite reaction? Frank Wren must not have gotten the message. While the Red Sox's 7-20 September led to sweeping changes...
AP Sports WriterPITTSBURGH (AP) — James Farrior stood in front of the whiteboard at the entrance of the Pittsburgh Steelers locker room and grabbed a marker. Just in case some of his younger teammates don't understand what's at stake over the next month, the...
The Hartford CourantThe state is reviewing East Haven Mayor Joseph Maturo's request for reinstatement of his approximately $40,000-a-year firefighter's disability pension, which was rescinded after Maturo was elected to the mayor's post. Maturo, who makes $75,000 a year...
Orlando SentinelOrlando Magic at New York Knicks, 1 p.m., Monday Where: Madison Square Garden, New York TV: Sun Sports. Radio: FM 96.5 and AM 580. Spanish-language radio: AM 1270. My Take The Knicks (6-6) are one of the league's biggest disappointments. Even with...
Tags: Radio, New York Knicks, Radio, Atlanta Hawks, Dwight Howard
The Downswing Golf BlogNAPLES – Though he still admits to some numbness in the middle finger of his left hand, Steve Stricker doesn't appear to be bothered by the herniated disc in his neck that caused concern before the Presidents Cup. The Franklin Templeton Shootout...
The 33 NewsThose who have been through a Taser zap describe it has five seconds of pure pain, having 50-thousand volts of electricity pumped through the body. But, it isn't just the public or suspects who are Tasered. For some in law enforcement it is a required...
Could be career-ender Sam Farmer Los Angeles Times It's going to be a long road back for Peyton Manning, and although I wouldn't bet against him returning, I wouldn't be shocked if this procedure ultimately caused him to call it a career. He's not...
Tribune reporterPatricia Thurmond-Jones opened her front door Saturday morning and saw more than a dozen teenage boys beating her son and grandson, bringing back memories of her daughter's violent death four years ago, she said Tuesday. "I already lost one daughter to...
Associated PressA North Carolina man who planned a bank robbery so he could receive the health care he needed in jail said he plans to use his upcoming trial as a forum to illustrate America's health care crisis. James Richard Verone, 59, wrote in a letter to The Gaston...
Tags: Crimes, Trials, Theft, Bank Robbery, Healthcare Policies
You're in an emergency room. You're worried. OK, maybe that's an understatement. Maybe you're terrified. This may not be the setting in which you always make your best decisions. But you won't get to take back any of the decisions you make in an ER, so...
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