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757-247-4741Michael Vick seemed to have everything going for him just a few months ago -- endorsements, a 10-year contract with the Atlanta Falcons, a promising running game. Now, he's losing endorsements, his team is trying to get their money back and he's...
Animal control officers and Snohomish County sheriff's deputies seized 155 dogs, four cats and three parrots from what is being described as a "puppy mill" operation just outside of the city of Gold Bar. The animals were found Friday night, in a...
Tags: Feces, Death, Cat (animal), Animals, Dog (animal)
It was a night time lift off for Space Shuttle Endeavor Friday despite a forecast warning of possible rain. Its seven member crew is bound for the International Space Station to do some "home improvement". The supplies they're delivering include a new...
Taking Care of Your Senior Pet * Take your senior pet to the vet for a check-up every six months. This will be a great way to monitor changes in his or her health. * Have blood and urine samples taken during these check-ups to help identify diseases...
Tags: Health, Diseases and Illnesses, Pets
Associated PressSAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The prisoners banged on their cells to protest the heat at Guantanamo Bay. They doused guards with whatever liquid was handy - from spit to urine. Sometimes they struck their jailers, one swinging a steel chair at a military police...
Sun StaffThe steroid that Rafael Palmeiro allegedly took is a powerful drug, experts say, one not likely to be ingested unwittingly. The drug, stanozolol (sta-NOZ-ah-lol), is an anabolic steroid that has been used for decades. "It's potent. It's up there in the...
Sun ReporterMonths before former Oriole Jason Grimsley said he and other players were using human growth hormone, Congress was quietly pressuring baseball to save players' urine specimens so they could be analyzed when a test for the performance-boosting drug becomes...
Tags: John McCain, Lawyers, Multi-Sport Events, Basketball, Baseball
AP Military WriterWASHINGTON - The Pentagon released new details yesterday about mishandling of the Quran at the Guantanamo Bay prison for terrorism suspects, confirming that a soldier deliberately kicked the Muslim holy book and that an interrogator stepped on a Quran and...
Sun-SentinelThe only sound in the Palm Beach County courtroom is the judge's resonant voice, reading a list of names. Names of people who've done exactly what they should do. Gone to AA meetings. Tested clean for drugs. Talked to a counselor. "Gary Muir," the judge...
Tags: Drunk Driving, Homes, Robert Downey Jr., Maine, Connecticut
Sun StaffFirst of two parts During those frightening first days in the hospital, Sorrel King came to trust the doctors and nurses looking after her 18-month- old daughter. Hooked up to tubes and machines, sterile dressings covering her burns, Josie looked nothing...
Tags: Symptoms, Motorvehicle Accidents, Arts, Wachovia Corp., Maine
Sun Staff- One in a series of occasional articles on Michael Phelps and his path to the 2004 Olympics. Michael Phelps runs down a mental checklist before he leaves for a competition site. He packs credentials, goggles, his favorite rap CD, an assortment of high-...
Sun StaffWHITE PLAINS, N.Y. - Three former fraternity brothers, whom prosecutors described as going from college chums to "partners in crime," surrendered yesterday to face allegations that they rigged horse racing bets to win more than $3 million. "The three...
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