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  • University Police start using body cameras
    published on Thu, 29 Jan 2015 05:48:03 GMT
    The police force on Ohio State's campus is testing out new technology that some students say will benefit the university, and at least one study has shown it can help decrease officers using force. University Police launched a body-worn camera pilot program for its officers in September....
  • Coach suspended after 161-2 win
    published on Fri, 16 Jan 2015 08:00:00 GMT
    A Southern California girl's high school basketball coach was suspended after his team won 161-2, in one of the most lop-sided games in state history. Michael Anderson, head coach of Arroyo Valley High School, was suspended for two games following the blowout over Bloomington High last week....
  • Ontario Fury soccer winning on the field and in the community
    published on Mon, 12 Jan 2015 22:42:55 GMT
    Random thoughts for a Tuesday morning, wondering whatever happened to Ryan Mount, the Ayala High School standout baseball player, and second-round pick in the 2005 free-agent draft, who played for the Quakes as both an Angels and Dodgers farmhand. Of the minor league teams in the area, the Ontario Fury is doing extremely well for a second-year team....
  • Ontario Fury soccer winning on the field and in the community
    published on Mon, 12 Jan 2015 22:38:18 GMT
    Random thoughts for a Tuesday morning, wondering whatever happened to Ryan Mount, the Ayala High School standout baseball player, and second-round pick in the 2005 free-agent draft, who played for the Quakes as both an Angels and Dodgers farmhand. Of the minor league teams in the area, the Ontario Fury is doing extremely well for a second-year team....
  • Fresno State, Harris put an end to Wolf Pack winning streak
    published on Sun, 11 Jan 2015 18:04:36 GMT
    The Fresno State junior scored a game-high 40 points as the Bulldogs held off the Wolf Pack 69-66 in front of an afternoon crowd of 5,310 at Lawlor Events Center. "He's a good player," Wolf Pack guard Marqueze Coleman said....
  • Arroyo Valley girls basketball 161-2 rout leaves lessons to be learned
    published on Sun, 11 Jan 2015 01:52:20 GMT
    There is no doubt, nor should there be, about Michael Anderson's ability as an excellent girls' basketball coach. He has a CIF-SS championship, while at Rialto High School, that validates his effort....
  • Arroyo Valley girls basketball blows out Bloomington 161-2, sportsmanship questioned
    published on Fri, 09 Jan 2015 02:57:41 GMT
    Bloomington High girls basketball had already lost one game this season by 91 points and Arroyo Valley had already won games by 73, 81, 74 and 98 points. But when the two teams met on Monday at Arroyo Valley in a nonleague game, Arroyo Valley won by a score that some would say crosses the line of good sportsmanship: 161-2....
  • Cupertino: Supervisors mull use of body cameras on police
    published on Thu, 01 Jan 2015 02:03:55 GMT
    The Santa Clara County Board of Supervisors is looking into the possibility of county law enforcement wearing body cameras while on duty. The five-member board voted unanimously Dec. 16 to have county staff look into the feasibility and practicality of such a move, which comes as the nation has a conversation about the relationship between police and the public, particularly regarding a perceived use of excessive force....
  • AJ's Car of the Day '63 Bill Thomas Cheetah Coupe
    published on Thu, 25 Dec 2014 14:12:01 GMT
    The Cheetah was a short-lived sports car built from 1963-1966 by Chevrolet performance tuner Bill Thomas as competition to Carroll Shelby's Cobra. Thomas gained covert support from GM in 1963 through their Performance Product Group to develop a concept vehicle....