DVD is fast becoming MVP

Ramblin' Rhodes: Country to be heard in Carnegie

Harry Jacobs: He was a musical man

Kids can get artfully campy

Fred Flintstone would love Damon's

Message play taken to youth centers

DVDs offer film fans a lot of little extras to keep 'em happy

Huskers are fan favorites

Bush, Husker draw could leave some fans outside

Stanford tops Tulane

Bush to throw first CWS pitch

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Bush throws first pitch of College World Series

Major leaguers have fond memories of 'other' World Series

Southern California pitcher gets Player of the Year Award

Diamond Dogs seek second national crown

Players look back at past CWS game

Air horns, protests have place

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Braves rally to extend win streak to 6

Yankees end Braves' win streak

Lack of at-bats prompts DeRosa's start

Tax cut talk will remain

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Weekly gas update

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Golf club will shift to private

Estes ties course record with 10-under 61 for four-stroke lead

Lindley takes one-stroke lead in Rochester

LPGA event will admit area children for free

Estes follows 61 with 66

Resurgent Laura Davies takes lead at Rochester

Woods enters Buick Classic

Devils and Avalanche go for the cup

Devils: only pattern to these Stanley Cup finals is no pattern

Augusta-Macon rivalry a natural

Stanley Cup notebook

Devils champions remember where they learned how to win

Indictment links inmates to drug scheme

North Augusta suspends chief

Police chief suspension ends

Losses lead to changes

Across the area

Kraemer gets nod for airport job

Cruising

Trial starts for two in beating, shooting

Man returns to island to pen novel

An Unguarded Moment

Floyd evacuation prompts changes

Route for commuter train OK'd

Ex-King Mill workers gain ground in suit

Jury convicts two men in robbery, abduction

Advocate gets bus tribunal

14-year deputy resigns

No clowning around

New panel will focus on city's race relations

Across the area

High-speed wreck kills teenager

North Augusta sets plans for riverfront

O'Neal, Lakers dominate 76ers

A storybook ending for Brown?

Mutombo quietly contributes to win

Jackson, Fox trim their hair

Raja for real off Sixers' bench

Game 1 draws much bigger audience than last year's

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FDA approves heartworm injection

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