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Jaguar breaks record

Lady Pacers post win

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Duke too much for Tech

Tiger makes Buick cut, Mickelson doesn't

Watson shoots 64 to lead ACE Group Classic

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Golf Channel to show local LPGA event

Lady 'Cats earn split in series

Fleury's emotions in check?

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Lynx show signs of late comeback

Lynx shut out Grrrowl

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Columbia lawyers join effort to prove innocence with DNA

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Actress urges students to end conflicts peacefully

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Team effort saves Martinez trucker

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Lobbyists get creative to get lawmakers' attention

Aiken plans better discipline

Crimes inflate stores' prices

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New animal shelter awaits inmate labor

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County is set to name jails' new supervisor

Slaying victims mourned

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Iverson, Jordan will highlight all-star game

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Gannon leads AFC to victory

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