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link to beijing leader is iowan’s key to the city


beijing—three decades ago, the dvorchak family of muscatine, iowa, hosted a young chinese official named xi jinping at their home, where he slept among star trek toys in the bedroom of their son, gary.that link to china’s president set gary dvorchak’s life on a new trajectory. the 1985 visit, part of a u.s.-china agricultural exchange,...






trump's travel ban could impact ioc vote on 2024 summer olympics host, but other


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crespi's nicholas ghazarian will fulfill lifelong dream of playing football whil


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anthony joshua, wladimir klitschko building up to their april 29 global boxing e


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ucla freshmen lonzo ball and tj leaf look to overcome recent struggles


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conor mcgregor and floyd mayweather jr. continue to fan flames for a super-fight


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what we learned in the nhl: top 100 list, all-star game format, new generation's


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lakers' deng not expected to be affected by trump's executive order


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ducks plan to use six-game trip to bond, get in extra practice


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kings ride four-game winning streak into philadelphia


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clippers must put blowout loss behind them if they are to move ahead


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lebron vs. charles and all-star snubs among topics in the nba


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l.a. times team is ready to go


get all your updates from super bowl li right here with expert analysis from bill plaschke, sam farmer and gary klein.






fog slows morning traffic, could affect air travel tonight


the fog that rolled ashore late tuesday is still thick and patchy and places along the san diego county coastline, and is slowing the wednesday morning commute.a heavy fog looms over downtown san diegogary robbinsa heavy fog looms over downtown san diegoa heavy fog looms over downtown san diego (gary robbins)“it also appears to be affecting air traffic at lindbergh field,” said ivory small, a forecaster for the national weather service.“the fog will break up by 8 or 9 a.m. in most places. but we think it will return about 7 p.m. wednesay, and could again become thick enough to affect local air travel.” three must-see headlines <h1>anthony's closes after 71 years on san diego bay</h1><h1>mission beach plunge on track for reopening in 2019</h1><h1>one of the old






joint trial for man to be decided friday


a gary woman charged with conspiracy to commit murder in a 2015 shooting pleaded not guilty thursday.jeri woods, 34, indicated through defense attorney jamise perkins that she is aware of the charge and the penalty, which is 20 to 40 years.woods' omnibus hearing was rescheduled to dec. 15 to...a gary woman charged with conspiracy to commit murder in a 2015 shooting pleaded not guilty thursday.jeri woods, 34, indicated through defense attorney jamise perkins that she is aware of the charge and the penalty, which is 20 to 40 years.woods' omnibus hearing was rescheduled to dec. 15 to... (ruth ann krause)






we the people - election 2016


featured on npr, the daily caller, bostinno and the itunes appstore we're ready for the 2016 election -- are you? join the conver ion, get top news, and see who your community supports. we the people allows you to anonymously debate the election with others near and far, get the top news and social content from the candidates, and understand detailed insights into who your community supports for president and why. details: anonymously debate with people near you: our location based message board allows you to anonymously interact and debate with people near and far about the race and local politics. republican, democrat, libertarian, green or anything else your vote can be heard. submit your opinion: we the people allows you to anonymously show your support and connect with your communi






bomb-shelter builder stays busy as customers prep for 'trumpocalypse'


murchison, texas — inside his football field-size warehouse an hour’s drive southeast of dallas, gary lynch is busy trying to keep up with orders for his solid-steel bomb shelters.






killer of gary officer during bank robbery released from prison


tim yaros said it feels like a pit has been burning in his stomach since he got the text monday morning that the man convicted of killing his father, a gary police lieutenant slain in the line of duty more than three decades ago, had been released from prison."as my wife says, we never thought this day was going to come," he said.zolo azania, previously known as rufus averhart, was released monday from miami (ind.) correctional facility after serving 35 years of a 74-year sentence in the fatal shooting of lt. george yaros during a 1981 gary bank robbery.as azania has gone through the legal process, yaros' family, including tim, of valparaiso, have fought against azania's release. it's been a difficult process, the officer's son said."i wouldn't wish this on anybody," yaros said.but if any






portage officials ask for indicted mayor's resignation


indictments outline alleged public corruption in lake, porter countiescraig lyons, carrie napoleon and michael gonzalezthis past april, lake county sheriff john buncich went into a gary towing operator's vehicle and fetched a $3,500 cash bribe from the front seat, a payment federal court records claim was part of a larger scheme to steer towing business to companies based on cash payments and paign contributions...this past april, lake county sheriff john buncich went into a gary towing operator's vehicle and fetched a $3,500 cash bribe from the front seat, a payment federal court records claim was part of a larger scheme to steer towing business to companies based on cash payments and paign contributions... (craig lyons, carrie napoleon and michael gonzalez)






anderson: final goodbyes give a nod to p ion for outdoors


dennis andersonconcern about the republic is widespread. but in minnesota, where water still flows in summer and freezes in winter, and where wild critters rise and fall in abundance but nonetheless are ever-present, along with wild lands and the wild times they afford, indications are the future is bright.such optimism, perhaps ironically, is founded in this newspaper's obituaries, which regularly publish, usually on sundays, p os of citizens, recently deceased, holding fish. how often this occurs — and it does, regularly — is to me a barometer of the health of this state and its people, and the good times that accrue to them here, outdoors.on some sundays, three such minnesotans are celebrated, along with snaps s of them holding memorable catches of walleyes, northerns, b or panfish. suc






no. 14 cincinnati gets 14th straight win, 82-68 over uconn


cincinnati — kyle washington and gary clark took the court thinking it was up to them to dominate. s by s , they took over the game.washington scored a career-high 27 points, and clark had his fifth double-double of the season as no. 14 cincinnati used its front-line a ntage and pulled away to an 82-68 victory over connecticut on urday, its 14th straight win.the bearcats (21-2, 10-0 american athletic) never trailed while winning their 22nd in a row on their home court. they extended their longest overall winning streak in three years."me and gary, when we were doing treatments before the game, we said we needed to be ready to play," washington said.they were.washington had 13 of cincinnati's first 17 points as the bearcats got the early a ntage, making a 3-pointer, a mid-range jumper and t






islanders 'committed' to new york, not barclays center, gary bettman says


los angeles — the islanders owners are “committed” to new york but are keeping their options open with regard to barclays center, nhl commissioner gary bettman said during his news conference during the league’s all-star weekend.“they’re committed to the franchise, they’re committed to new york and the great fan base that has followed the islanders,” bettman said, referring to scott malkin and jon ledecky, who are in their first season as principal owners after having completed the sale from charles wang.advertisement | advertise on newsdaybarclays center has drawn mixed reviews from long island fans, regarding the difficulty of getting to brooklyn and the presence of seats that do not offer a full view of the rink. the building also has been criticized by players because of the quality of






how the falcons lost the super bowl


new england patriots running back james white enjoyed a career night in the biggest game of his life.white caught a super bowl-record 14 p es for 110 yards and a touchdown and rushed for 29 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winner, in the new england patriots’ 34-28 victory over the... (gary klein and sam farmer)






after i voted for measure b, vta is canceling my bus!


q the valley transportation authority has a huge redesign plan for local buses that promises better connections, shorter trip times and faster service. how does it affect me?the only bus that goes through my neighborhood is bus 65 and it may be canceled. a lot of buses will be canceled with no other alternatives. i went to a vta meeting in pbell last week and there were a lot of people complaining about the changes. most were disabled, students and retirees. they do not own cars and have no other options to get around town.i cannot believe that after voting yes on measure b in november i will not have a bus to ride. the vta says it has “solutions that move you.” but it doesn’t move anyone anywhere, because there will be no bus on my street!anna asnissan josea comments on the proposed bus c






blount gets life without parole in gary cop killing


the courtroom was so crowded that police officers had to sit in the jury box.police chiefs, officers and family members lined the walls and filled the seats at a sentencing hearing wednesday in crown point for the man who fatally s a gary police officer more than two years ago. even court employees peered through the doors on either side of the judge's seat to watch.carl le'ellis blount, 28, peeked in through one of those doors, seeing some of his family slightly raise their hands to show him they were there among the crowd, before being led to his seat with his attorneys at lake superior court. instead of going to trial, blount, of gary, entered a deal and pleaded guilty last month to a murder charge in the death of patrolman jeffrey westerfield, 47, who was found dead of guns wounds in h






here are the biggest stories from the los angeles times on education


there's been no shortage of education news to keep our team busy. here are the bigger stories we're covering. celerity dyad charter school was raided by the fbi and the department of homeland security. (gary coronado / los angeles times) anna phillips has been looking into the mana ent practices of a local charter school network. most recently, she wrote about celerity dyad charter school in south los angeles — where teachers were invited to a lavish holiday party in hollywood, but students had no library, cafeteria or gymnasium. the fbi and the department of homeland security raided celerity's headquarters two weeks ago. read more here. cal state fullerton students protest a possible tuition hike in november. (mark boster / los angeles times) a proposed tuition increase at cal sta






admitted triple murderer erupts in court as he is sentenced to death


a m achusetts man who admitted to killing three people in a 2001 rampage erupted in a boston courtroom on friday morning, swearing at the federal judge who sentenced him to death in a state where executions are rare.m achusetts’ state laws do not allow for the death penalty but gary lee sampson, 57, a former drifter and bank robber, was tried in federal court because his killings began with carjackings, a federal crime.sampson started the hearing with an outburst of profanity directed at u.s. district judge leo sorkin, who tried to calm him down.family members of some of sampson’s three victims – philip mccloskey, 69, jonathan rizzo, 19, and robert whitney, 58 – confronted him during the hearing with mccloskey’s son scott saying he hoped sampson rotted in hell.“he brays and gloats about wh






killer of gary officer during bank robbery released from prison


tim yaros said it feels like a pit has been burning in his stomach since he got the text monday morning that the man convicted of killing his father, a gary police lieutenant slain in the line of duty more than three decades ago, had been released from prison."as my wife says, we never thought this day was going to come," he said.zolo azania, previously known as rufus averhart, was released monday from miami (ind.) correctional facility after serving 35 years of a 74-year sentence in the fatal shooting of lt. george yaros during a 1981 gary bank robbery.as azania has gone through the legal process, yaros' family, including tim, of valparaiso, have fought against azania's release. it's been a difficult process, the officer's son said."i wouldn't wish this on anybody," yaros said.george yaro






gary officer's family outraged as his killer is released from prison


tim yaros said it feels like a pit has been burning in his stomach since he got the text monday morning that the man convicted of killing his father, a gary police lieutenant slain in the line of duty more than three decades ago, had been released from prison."as my wife says, we never thought this day was going to come," he said.zolo azania, previously known as rufus averhart, was released monday from miami (ind.) correctional facility after serving 35 years of a 74-year sentence in the fatal shooting of lt. george yaros during a 1981 gary bank robbery.as azania has gone through the legal process, yaros' family, including tim, of valparaiso, have fought against azania's release. it's been a difficult process, the officer's son said."i wouldn't wish this on anybody," yaros said.george yaro






gary officer's family outraged as his killer is released from prison


tim yaros said it feels like a pit has been burning in his stomach since he got the text monday morning that the man convicted of killing his father, a gary police lieutenant slain in the line of duty more than three decades ago, had been released from prison."as my wife says, we never thought this day was going to come," he said.zolo azania, previously known as rufus averhart, was released monday from miami (ind.) correctional facility after serving 35 years of a 74-year sentence in the fatal shooting of lt. george yaros during a 1981 gary bank robbery.as azania has gone through the legal process, yaros' family, including tim, of valparaiso, have fought against azania's release. it's been a difficult process, the officer's son said."i wouldn't wish this on anybody," yaros said.george yaro






the latest: parole recommended for charles manson follower


sacramento, calif. — the latest on the parole hearing for a follower of charles manson (all times local):3:45 p.m.a state panel has recommended paroling a former follower of cult leader charles manson after california governors blocked four previous recommendations for his release.the 31st parole hearing for 74-year-old bruce davis was held wednesday at the california men's colony at san luis obispo.gov. jerry brown will have the final say on whether davis is released.davis is serving a life sentence for the 1969 slayings of ian gary hinman and stuntman donald "shorty" shea.he was not involved in the more notorious killings of actress sharon tate and six others by the manson "family."parole panels have decided before that davis is no longer a public safety risk only to see governors — who






journal sentinel bucks xtra


stay up to date on the milwaukee bucks wherever you are with the milwaukee journal sentinel's bucks xtra mobile app for smartphones. you'll get daily coverage of the team from veteran beat writer charles f. gardner, as well as commentary from the journal sentinel's sports columnist gary d'amato and stories for other writers. when news breaks, we'll have it. you can also get updates and analysis during games with our in-game blog, check out the stats in our live scoreboard and box score, peruse the schedule or roster, and view p o galleries. also keep up with the news from around the nba with usa today's complete coverage.






man burned in fatal gary fire remembers december night


willie carter said he thinks he must have drifted off to sleep when he heard the 5-year-old boy's voice saying the apartment was on fire.everything after that feels like a nightmare, the 29-year-old carter said. remembering the blaze that killed three children in gary on christmas eve, carter said he got out of bed and tried to follow the boy's voice, thinking it might have come from downstairs in the two-story apartment. but he couldn't make it all the way down the stairs as he saw big, yellow flames all around him, he said."it was moving so fast, and i felt like i was moving so slow," carter, of gary, said.three young cousins, jayden mitchell, 5, a'laya pickens, 4, and yaleah cohen, 2, died in the apartment fire that went into the early hours of christmas eve in the 4400 block of west 23






meeting may move nhl closer to decision on 2018 olympics


a key meeting has begun on the topic of whether nhl players will participate in the winter olympics in south korea a year from now.international olympic committee president thomas bach joined international ice hockey federation president rene fasel and nhl commissioner gary bettman and nhlpa director don fehr in new york on friday for the first time.the league is reluctant to shut down for three weeks, though many of its players want to participate in what would be a sixth consecutive olympics.john tavares was paying attention in the motor city to the potentially pivotal meeting more than 400 miles away. a union representative from the islanders, he says the topic seems to be a bargaining chip for the league and nhl players' ociation in labor talks.






small dog dragged almost 1 km by car in welland, ont. — until it crashed into an


welland, ont. — two suspects have been charged after police say a dog was dragged by a car for nearly a kilometre in welland, ont.niagara regional police say they received calls last thursday and later confirmed that a small dachshund-beagle mix had been dragged about 800 metres before the car struck another vehicle.police say the dog suffered what they described as “traumatic injuries,” but was rushed to a nearby veterinarian and was expected to recover.investigators say the dog’s leash had been attached to the p enger side door, and that it broke just before the car collided with another vehicle.several witnesses apparently tried to alert the occupants of the car to what was happening, but to no avail.police say c andra mckay, 42, and gary dewilde, 47, both of fort erie, ont. are each ch






woman found chained in north carolina shed


raeford, n.c. — a north carolina man has been charged with kidnapping after deputies say they found a woman chained up in a shed outside of fayetteville.news outlets report that hoke county deputies responding to a disturbance call tuesday heard a noise coming from a shed behind a home in raeford. authorities say they looked inside the shed and found a woman who was restrained with rope and a chain.deputies say the woman told them she had been tied up and placed in the shed against her will.fifty-two-year-old gary alen mcnair, who lives nearby, was arrested and charged with second-degree kidnapping.the woman suffered bruises on her wrists and arms.online jail records do not list whether mcnair has an attorney.






andrew coyne: liberals’ bombardier ‘loan’ — to 1930s public works spending, add


well that went swimmingly.within minutes of the trudeau government’s announcement that it would, as expected, ply bombardier with a $373-million “repayable” loan (only in government is it thought noteworthy that a loan is to be repaid), it be e clear the decision had managed to annoy just about everybody.albertans were alienated: conservative heir-apparent jason kenney sniffed that, just as the government was “phasing out” alberta’s oilsands in the name of reducing carbon dioxide emissions, it was subsidizing building co2-emitting planes in quebec. quebecers, meanwhile, were equally dis isfied. a bloc québécois mp dismissed the federal aid as “crumbs” — nothing like what ottawa gave the auto sector — while premier philippe couillard, in cl ic quebec liberal style, called it a “first step.”






parole hearing underway for follower of charles manson


sacramento, calif. (ap) — a former follower of cult leader charles manson sought parole wednesday for the 31st time after california governors blocked four previous recommendations for his release.bruce davis, 74, is serving a life sentence at the california men’s colony at san luis obispo for the 1969 slayings of ian gary hinman and stuntman donald “shorty” shea.davis was not involved in the more notorious killings of actress sharon tate and six others by the manson “family.”davis testified at his 2014 hearing that he attacked shea with a knife and held a gun on hinman while manson cut hinman’s face with a sword.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.“i wanted to be charlie’s favorite guy,” he said then.nearly a half-century after the slayings, parole panels have decide






barton scores 31 in nuggets' 110-87 win over mavericks


denver — will barton scored 31 points, connecting on five 3-pointers, and the denver nuggets over e the absence of three starters to beat the dallas mavericks 110-87 on monday night.gary harris added 20 points and wilson chandler had 14 points and 10 rebounds for the nuggets, who were without forward danilo gallinari because of a left groin strain and guard emmanuel mudiay due to a recurrence of a lower back injury. also missing the game was forward kenneth faried, who was excused to tend to personal matters.dallas, which was also short-handed, was led by seth curry and yogi ferrell. they had 15 points apiece, but the loss ended a four-game winning streak for the mavericks.trailing by as many as 27 early in the third quarter, the mavericks closed the period with an 18-6 run and pulled to 8






how the nhl all-star game will work


the nhl all-star game, which will be played as a three-on-three mini-tournament sunday at staples center, has had more formats over the years than the average nhl game has goals.for most of the first two decades, the game was played before the season and matched the previous season’s stanley cup winner against a team of all-stars from other teams. the 1967 expansion led to a shift to west vs. east and to playing the game at mid-season.other years, the teams were wales vs. pbell, then the names of the conferences. later e the north american stars vs. world stars, and teams named after distinguished players, such as the team toews vs. team foligno game in columbus in 2015. alas, team toews never got to defend its title because that format was s ped, too. in olympic years, there’s no all-star






ex-council member gary schiff running for alondra cano's ninth ward seat


gary schiff said sunday he will run for a return to the city council, throwing his name into a closely watched race in south minneapolis.schiff, 44, will face incumbent alondra cano, who has mulled a run for u.s. rep. keith ellison’s seat if he wins election as chairman of the democratic national committee. mohamed farah, the executive director of the somali nonprofit ka joog, is also running for the seat.the heart of the ninth ward is e. lake street from chicago avenue to hiawatha avenue, where immigrant-owned businesses want police to crack down on drug-dealing and prostitution, many are opposed to a higher minimum wage, and some are fearful that president donald trump’s crackdown on illegal immigrants will hurt their employees and customers.“we need leadership that can translate protest






ex-council member gary schiff runs for alondra cano's ninth ward seat


gary schiff will run for a return to the city council, throwing his name into a closely watched race in south minneapolis.schiff, 44, posted about his candidacy urday night on facebook. he will face incumbent alondra cano, who has considered a run for u.s. rep. keith ellison’s seat if he wins election as chairman of the democratic national committee. mohamed farah, the executive director of the somali nonprofit ka joog, is also running for the seat. the heart of ward 9 is e. lake street from chicago avenue to hiawatha avenue, where immigrant-owned businesses want police to crack down on drug-dealing and prostitution, many are opposed to a higher minimum wage, and they are fearful that a president donald trump-led crackdown on illegal immigrants will hurt their employees and customers.“we n






kings' bob miller still in hospital, undergoing more tests


bob miller, the longtime broadcast voice of the kings, has suffered a mild stroke, according to a statement released by the club on sunday.miller, 78, is at usc keck hospital. he was taken there on urday after saying he hadn’t been feeling right while preparing for a broadcast in a nce of urday’s all-star festivities. “he is under the care of a team of specialized physicians, and he is doing well and in good spirits,” the kings’ statement said.miller, who had quadruple byp surgery last february, will be replaced by ralph strangis on the broadcast of the kings’ game at arizona on tuesday.according to a team spokesman, miller watched sunday’s all-star game on tv and “wants to thank our fans for the support.”miller missed most of last season after his byp surgery and returned this season to w






fog slows morning traffic, could affect air travel tonight


the fog that rolled ashore late tuesday is still thick and patchy and places along the san diego county coastline, and is slowing the wednesday morning commute.“it also appears to be affecting air traffic at lindbergh field,” said ivory small, a forecaster for the national weather service.“the fog will break up by 8 or 9 a.m. in most places. but we think it will return about 7 p.m. wednesay, and could again become thick enough to affect local air travel.” three must-see headlines <h1>anthony's closes after 71 years on san diego bay</h1><h1>mission beach plunge on track for reopening in 2019</h1><h1>one of the oldest gorillas in the world undergoes tricky medical procedure</h1>see more videostwitter: @grobbins [email protected]






dallas teacher payal modi screams ‘die’ and shoot president trump with toy gun d


protests and media elites bemoaned the inauguration of president trump last week and a dallas public school teacher has made her way among that list as a video from cl room during the live feed of the ceremony reveal some shocking behavior. the w.h. adamson high school teacher, payal modi, can be heard shrieking “die” and shooting at the screen with a toy gun.the instagram video originally posted has since been removed after going viral, with the link taking social media users to a page that reads “sorry, this page isn’t available.” check it out below because that’s how the internet works.the dallas independent school district confirmed in a written statement that modi has been placed on administrative leave until the investigation is completed.adamson high school istant principal bobby ne