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By New York Daily News | February 8, 1993
Showing no remorse, convicted serial killer Jeffrey Dahmer gave a television interviewer grisly details of one of the nation's most gruesome crimes, at one point describing how he ate his victims because "it was a way of making me feel that they were a part of me."Dahmer, in an exclusive interview with "Inside Edition" to be broadcast starting today, spoke evenly and unemotionally about his deadly compulsion. The slayings began in 1978, when he killed and dismembered 18-year-old Steven Hicks, the first of 17 murders of which he ultimately was convicted.
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May 14, 2008
BOYS Tyler Fiorito McDonogh, lacrosse Fiorito is having another All-Metro season as the Eagles' goalie. He is matching last year's junior season, when he averaged 12 saves. Considered by most lacrosse observers as the area's top goalie, Fiorito, who has exceptional instincts and reflexes, turned back 25 shots in a pair of Eagles victories last week in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. In a 6-4 win over then-No. 4 St. Mary's on May 6, Fiorito stopped 13 shots.
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By Will McDonough and Will McDonough,Boston Globe | October 15, 1991
BOSTON -- The New England Patriots are for sale once again, providing . . ."We will start right away looking for a new owner," Fran Murray said, "and we want it to be a solid, local owner. We want this team to go to someone who will keep it here and take good care of it."However, before minority owner Murray and the NFL can take complete control of the Patriots from majority owner Victor Kiam, Kiam has to keep coming up short for another 30 days. That is how much time Kiam has to raise $38 million to buy out Murray.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,Sun reporter | May 9, 2008
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Orioles manager Dave Trembley called it the best he has ever seen Daniel Cabrera pitch. Statistically, Cabrera's complete-game, three-hitter against the Kansas City Royals last night -- which gave the Orioles a 4-1 win and ended their five-game losing streak -- was on par with Cabrera's memorable one-hitter at Yankee Stadium in 2006. But the enigmatic right-hander, who is enjoying the best ride of his five-year career, won't get caught up in superlatives or comparisons.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 16, 2002
Senior Kristin Gormus pitched a complete-game two-hitter, out-dueling senior Katie Zitnay to lead the host Howard softball team to a 1-0 victory over fifth-ranked Atholton yesterday in a Class 2A West semifinal. The Lions (15-5) advance to tomorrow's regional final. Atholton, which had played in the past two 2A state finals, finished 19-3. Howard, which mustered just two hits off Zitnay, a three-time All-Metro selection, scored its only run in the fifth inning. Jessie Medairy led off with a single, then advanced to third on a sacrifice and a throwing error.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | June 16, 2006
Baltimore lightweight Tyrell Samuel used a body shot at 2:12 of the second round to score his fifth straight knockout and his seventh victory without a loss, defeating Mexico's Magarito Lopez last night at Glen Burnie's Michael's Eighth Avenue. "It's what we've been working on in the gym -- working off the jab with hooks, combinations and body shots and that one was perfect," said Samuel, 24. In another bout, Baltimore welterweight Tim Coleman, 21, earned his fifth victory with a six-round unanimous decision against Mushin Corbbrey (4-1, one KO)
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May 14, 2008
BOYS Tyler Fiorito McDonogh, lacrosse Fiorito is having another All-Metro season as the Eagles' goalie. He is matching last year's junior season, when he averaged 12 saves. Considered by most lacrosse observers as the area's top goalie, Fiorito, who has exceptional instincts and reflexes, turned back 25 shots in a pair of Eagles victories last week in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference. In a 6-4 win over then-No. 4 St. Mary's on May 6, Fiorito stopped 13 shots.
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By Tom Keegan and Tom Keegan,Sun Staff Writer | April 29, 1994
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- California Angels manager Buck Rodgers has seen 23 starting pitchers face his team this season and he said he never saw a better one than the one he watched last night.Orioles left-hander Sid Fernandez took a two-hitter into the ninth inning and fell two outs shy of a complete game, earning a 4-2 victory over the California Angels.Lee Smith got the last two outs for his 11th save in 11 tries. Smith became the fastest in major-league history to reach 11 saves, just as he was the quickest to reach seven, eight, nine and 10."
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By Mike Bowler and Mike Bowler,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2004
With the city school system heading toward insolvency, the unthinkable becomes thinkable. Radical fixes are tossed about with deadly seriousness - such as state takeovers and replacing the school board. Here's what authorities said yesterday about the legal ramifications of some of the proposals on the table. Fire the school board. State schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick can do so, with the approval of the governor. But there's a catch, said lawyers for the state Board of Education.
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2004
When Butch Davis walked away from the Cleveland Browns last week, he left behind a trail of ill will forged by his four-year power grab. The more power Davis grabbed, the less effectively he wielded it. In the end, players tuned him out, management distrusted his decisions, and fans heaped their frustration on him. Consider the stunning rise and fall of Davis instructive in the long-held NFL policy of copying success. Teams can try to copy winning formulas, but rarely can they duplicate them.
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By LEM SATTERFIELD and LEM SATTERFIELD,SUN REPORTER | June 16, 2006
Baltimore lightweight Tyrell Samuel used a body shot at 2:12 of the second round to score his fifth straight knockout and his seventh victory without a loss, defeating Mexico's Magarito Lopez last night at Glen Burnie's Michael's Eighth Avenue. "It's what we've been working on in the gym -- working off the jab with hooks, combinations and body shots and that one was perfect," said Samuel, 24. In another bout, Baltimore welterweight Tim Coleman, 21, earned his fifth victory with a six-round unanimous decision against Mushin Corbbrey (4-1, one KO)
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By KEN MURRAY and KEN MURRAY,SUN STAFF | December 5, 2004
When Butch Davis walked away from the Cleveland Browns last week, he left behind a trail of ill will forged by his four-year power grab. The more power Davis grabbed, the less effectively he wielded it. In the end, players tuned him out, management distrusted his decisions, and fans heaped their frustration on him. Consider the stunning rise and fall of Davis instructive in the long-held NFL policy of copying success. Teams can try to copy winning formulas, but rarely can they duplicate them.
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By Mike Bowler and Mike Bowler,SUN STAFF | February 25, 2004
With the city school system heading toward insolvency, the unthinkable becomes thinkable. Radical fixes are tossed about with deadly seriousness - such as state takeovers and replacing the school board. Here's what authorities said yesterday about the legal ramifications of some of the proposals on the table. Fire the school board. State schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick can do so, with the approval of the governor. But there's a catch, said lawyers for the state Board of Education.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | May 16, 2002
Senior Kristin Gormus pitched a complete-game two-hitter, out-dueling senior Katie Zitnay to lead the host Howard softball team to a 1-0 victory over fifth-ranked Atholton yesterday in a Class 2A West semifinal. The Lions (15-5) advance to tomorrow's regional final. Atholton, which had played in the past two 2A state finals, finished 19-3. Howard, which mustered just two hits off Zitnay, a three-time All-Metro selection, scored its only run in the fifth inning. Jessie Medairy led off with a single, then advanced to third on a sacrifice and a throwing error.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | August 1, 2000
CARACAS, Venezuela - With final results in Sunday's election tabulated, President Hugo Chavez has won an overwhelming personal victory, but his coattails were apparently not quite long enough to pull into Congress the followers needed to guarantee him absolute powers. Chavez won 59 percent of the vote. But in the races for the National Assembly, pro-Chavez parties won 99 of 165 seats, which fell just short of the two-thirds majority that would have turned the new single-chamber legislature into a rubber stamp.
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By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | April 14, 1997
It was the trade that wasn't a trade. The New York Yankees signed unpredictable free agent David Wells, and the Orioles answered by signing Jimmy Key for a discounted $7.65 million over two seasons.Cha-ching.So far the Yankees have gotten a barroom fight, a broken hand and a case of gout from Wells. The Orioles continued to count their early returns yesterday as Key shut down the Texas Rangers, 9-0, before 44,154 at Camden Yards.While the Yankees haven't felt buyer's remorse over Wells, the Orioles are more than satisfied with their end of the swap.
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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | May 31, 1996
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Welcome to the age of the nasty Hornet.Charlotte owner George Shinn has given Dave Cowens a three-year guarantee and a mandate to "put the stinger back" into the Hornets. Cowens, who rode floor burns into the Basketball Hall of Fame, said he can deliver."We're going to be a little nastier next season," said Cowens, officially named the Hornets' fourth coach Wednesday. "And that comes with superior conditioning."Cowens looked like a man ready to roll up his sleeves Wednesday.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | September 16, 1995
Back in April, the only time the Orioles have been in serious contention for the AL East title this year, they envisioned playing as they did last night. Great pitching. Timely hitting. Solid defense.Scott Erickson threw a complete game and Rafael Palmeiro hit a three-run homer and Bobby Bonilla a grand slam, as the Orioles beat the New York Yankees, 8-1, before 47,436 at Camden Yards.For the Orioles, though, having been eliminated, the victory serves no practical purpose beyond damaging New York's chances of making the playoffs; the Yankees fell a game behind the Seattle Mariners in the AL wild-card race.
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By KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | May 31, 1996
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Welcome to the age of the nasty Hornet.Charlotte owner George Shinn has given Dave Cowens a three-year guarantee and a mandate to "put the stinger back" into the Hornets. Cowens, who rode floor burns into the Basketball Hall of Fame, said he can deliver."We're going to be a little nastier next season," said Cowens, officially named the Hornets' fourth coach Wednesday. "And that comes with superior conditioning."Cowens looked like a man ready to roll up his sleeves Wednesday.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,Sun Staff Writer | September 16, 1995
Back in April, the only time the Orioles have been in serious contention for the AL East title this year, they envisioned playing as they did last night. Great pitching. Timely hitting. Solid defense.Scott Erickson threw a complete game and Rafael Palmeiro hit a three-run homer and Bobby Bonilla a grand slam, as the Orioles beat the New York Yankees, 8-1, before 47,436 at Camden Yards.For the Orioles, though, having been eliminated, the victory serves no practical purpose beyond damaging New York's chances of making the playoffs; the Yankees fell a game behind the Seattle Mariners in the AL wild-card race.
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