- MashableJun 09 04:48 PM
1872 James Whitewater killed two men. While in prison from 1872-1889, he embraced Christianity. In 1889, the Nebraska legislature passed an act allowing the governor to pardon two inmates who had "been in jail more than 10 years or whose conduct while incarcerated merited such mercy." When released, Whitewater walked through the prison gates and "rolled in the grass from joy." Image: Nebraska ...
- The Ames TribuneJun 24 09:06 PM
- ESPNJun 30 07:43 AM
Big Ten nonconference wish list
- McCook Daily GazetteJun 08 09:22 AM
OXNARD, Calif. -- Gwendolyn Nadine (Wolfe) Lienemann was born to Byron and Etta (Tate) Wolfe on May 14, 1936, and departed this life on June 3, 2015, in Oxnard after suffering a stroke on May 30. She was 79 years old.
- CBS SportsJun 29 10:09 AM
Vegas sharps high on Auburn, BYU for 2015
We'll be neck deep in college football soon enough. In the meantime, we need conversation starters. So for the past ...ESPN BlogsJun 09 11:13 AM
We'll be neck deep in college football soon enough. In the meantime, we need conversation starters. So for the past week, we've been taking a closer look at the schedules for each team in the Big Ten, identifying the most critical stretches, explaini
- Baltimore SunJun 30 09:15 AM
By signing Randy Edsall to a three-year contract extension, Maryland gave its football coach the job security he needed to recruit and protected itself in case the Terps take a step backward in the Big Ten Conference's rapidly-improving East Division .
- CBS SportsJun 26 01:24 PM
Early Vegas lines set for college football season
- UCF Golden KnightsJun 30 11:19 AM
April 12, 1993. It may have been the Monday when Orlando residents hung around the water cooler to discuss the recent movie release of The Sandlot. It also changed UCF football forever.
- seattlepi.comJun 10 02:39 PM
Millions of people will be able to see a doctor on their smartphones or laptops for everyday ailments once the nation's largest drugstore chain and two major insurers expand a budding push into virtual health care. Doctors have used video feeds and other technology for years to treat patients in rural areas or remote locations. Drugstores, grocers and big retailers like Wal-Mart have been ...