Archive For July 2007

Bonds moves within 5 of Aaron’s mark; Astros foil Fuentes again

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The fans in San Francisco went wild when Barry Bonds hit No. 750 on Friday night. In Houston, Mark Loretta’s teammates swarmed the plate for a second straight night after he hit No. 69.

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Star of stars: Bonds belongs in All-Star lineup

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Barry belongs.

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Top agent Boras calling for 9-game World Series

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Scott Boras loves the World Series so much, he wants to make it best-of-nine _ and open with two games at a neutral site.

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Presbyterian steps into Division

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Presbyterian starts a new journey Sunday, stepping up to NCAA Division I status.

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No charges expected after 12-year-old boy hit by 2 vehicles

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Troopers said they don’t expect to charge two drivers who struck and killed a 12-year-old boy riding a bicycle in Darlington County.

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New state highway signs get a splash of color

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South Carolina’s state highway signs are getting a splash of color and a snazzier design.

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Questions remain in deadly SC fire where 9 firefighters killed

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There is a border here between life and death.

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Cost keeps college out of reach for many minority students

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Cost is one of the top barriers cited as a reason South Carolina’s largest colleges and universities have trouble increasing their percentages of black students.

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Panthers lineman says race played role in arrest

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Carolina Panthers reserve guard D’Anthony Batiste says his recent arrest on a weapons charge may have been racially motivated.

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Supreme Court justices will consider Guantanamo Bay detainees’ challenges

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The Supreme Court agreed Friday to review whether Guantanamo Bay detainees can use federal courts to challenge their confinement, reversing an April decision not to hear arguments on the issue.

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