Qualcomm Stadium was rowdy and rocking

TV ratings plummet with Yankees dominance

Loyal Padres fans are happy just to watch good baseball

World Series notes

Illness hangs over Game 4 of World Series

The '98 Yankees: The best since '27?

Dye job for Qualcomm Stadium field

Sosa honored in Dominican Republic

Fox on target for lowest-rated Series ever

Yankees take No. 3

Chipper admits to child

Congress approves international bribery pact

Doctors quitting HMOs

Coulter resigns as BankAmerica president

U.S. trade deficit at an all-time high

Business confidence declines

Auto market settlement averts U.S. economic sanctions

Business briefs

SunTrust reports strong earnings

Retirees cut trips, work longer, as stock market drops

Foreign loans like a short-term 'high,' Moscow mayor says

Russia seeks foreign cash, not chickens and pork

IMF welcomes $17.9 billion in U.S. financing

Howard succeeds founder as chairman of modem maker

BellSouth profits off 31 percent

Stocks extend winning streak to five sessions

Dow advances for sixth straight session

Business briefs

Auto anniversary

Johnson hopes new job requires no actual work

'Flea Kicker' worked for Nebraska

Jackets' Hamilton has Seminoles' attention

Kentucky's Couch backs up stats with wins

Clemson, USC coaching staffs replaceable

Buckeyes quarterback getting a dose of Heisman hype

West: Program not a failure

Jackets on top of ACC despite poor play

Bulldogs make use of sanks

College notebook: Davenport suspended

Stars 3, Flames 1

Enforcers know their role

Canadiens 3, Senators 2

When the gloves fly

Lynx Ledger

Panthers 1, Kings 1

Candidate questions opponent's business

Beasley, Hodges trade jabs on scandal, education

Ex-officer charged in beating of suspect

Fired county official to repay missing cash

Bond denied in child pornography case

Extra week could mean more trials

New commissioners sworn into office

Students get lesson on drugs

Candidates debate in Augusta

Atlanta: Approach may help Democrats

Across the area

Mayor: Indigent care on most promise lists

Across the area

Proposed scholarship to honor Miller

Sheriff: Not all officers back Hodges in race

Literacy concerns candidates

Service aids job seekers' dress

Lonely at the top

Long-nailed woman seeks probe of jail

Builders help out hopeful

Abernathy indicted on charges of theft

Charleston will receive federal funds for bridge

Mystery is solved on Internet

Candidates debate

Speaker warns of judgment

Floral fancy

Butt bridge receives funding

Slaying suspect indicted

Falcons' Martin under investigation

Winless Redskins sign offensive lineman

Testaverde passing all the tests

Johnson's next start three-to-four weeks away

McVay rejoins 49ers as special assistant

Butler: I'm the answer

Patriots game: finding team's identity

Mr. Marshall Allen

Mr. George McKie Jr.

Mrs. Annette Gaymon

Mrs. Cleo Walker

Mr. Paul Haney

Destiny Masters

Mr. Dennis Nelson

Mrs. Ethel Rice

Mr. Raymond Boudreau

Mr. George Singfield Sr.

Mr. Laurie Anderson Jr.

Mr. Paul Schulz

Mr. John Langford

Mr. Emmitt Prosser

Mrs. Jean Wheadon

Mr. Willie Adams

Mr. Charles Brown Jr.

Mrs. Beulah Dye

Mrs. Montair Odiachi

Ms. Elnora Johnson

Mr. Albert Blackmon

Mr. Marvin Roach

Mrs. Jean Wheadon

Mrs. Hestel Johnston

Ms. Rosa Blackmon

Mrs. Minnie Ivey

Mr. Albert Ianuario

Mr. William Gay

Mr. Levern Workman

Mr. Lovant Hicks III

Mr. William Peebles

Mrs. Juanita Zimmerman

Ms. Allyson Muns

Mr. Cecil Kyzer

Mr. Ronnie Walker

Endorses `friend of youth' in Ga. race 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Frankenstein budget 102298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Blasts Ryberg on gambling stance 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Favors 'leader' in mayoral race 102298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports Dixon in Ga. Dist. 116 race 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Urges a 'clean sweep' for Ga. GOP 102298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Expresses gratitude for public support 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Backs incumbent in mayoral race 102298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Wants to end IRS tax collection 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Higher ed priority 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Cites safety concern over 'blunder' 102298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Military: stay mum 102198 - The Augusta Chronicle

Supports stepfather in mayoral race 102298 - The Augusta Chronicle

Iverson: It's time to get involved in NBA labor talks

First woman to be in Motorsports Hall of Fame

DiMaggio to remain hospitalized

Overtime: Clemson has easy victory in Intercollegiate

Players descend on Vegas for lockout update

Golf notes: O'Meara fits the bill as world champion

Retaining his playing card secondary for Stockton Jr.

Overtime: Coble teams for victory in St. Mary's

She can see clearly now

Doctor defections from HMOs grows

Get pulled into sweet spider web of a cake

Small portions

New methods improve chances of finding bone marrow donor

'To Have & To Hold' speaks with an Irish American voice

Eat for life

Health and fitness calendar

She can see clearly now

Health capsules: Pollution suckers

Doctors often miss cancers, study finds

Researchers discover tea's health benefits

Government seeks safe breast-cancer prevention

One-pot perfection

Lucky few cut through Van Gogh lines

Study: New margarine lowers 'bad' cholesterol

Calling the shots

Supplements may offer alternative in fighting heart disease

Internet privacy not so private

Portal sites becoming king of clubs

Yikes! Radioactive bugs

Former teacher charged with child pornography

Gates' testimony shown as Microsoft trial opens

NASA vows Clinton's presence won't hasten John Glenn launch

Georgia cities recruit high-tech companies

South Carolina outlines next level of computers in schools

Nitrate pollution is tied to crumbling bedrock

Microsoft portrays itself as underdog

TV networks bid for astronauts

Clinton to watch Glenn's flight from Cape Canaveral

Law officers could get OK to tap cellular phone calls

Company taps ex-White House aides to build Washington ties

Brain implant allows paralyzed man to control computer

Woman meets future husband, savior, online

E-mail could help doctor, patient communications