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Former Medical College of Georgia president dies

LOS ANGELES - Dr. Jesse Steinfeld, a former president of the Medical College of Georgia, who was also U.S. surgeon general, died at 87.
Gannett splits publishing and broadcast wings, following Time Warner, News Corp. and Tribunes

NEW YORK -USA Today owner Gannett became the most recent major media entity to say it will divide its print and broadcast divisions into separate companies.
Casey Kasem, king of Top 40 countdown, dead

LOS ANGELES - Casey Kasem, the internationally famous radio broadcaster died Sunday. He was 82.

College Baseball Ex-Aquinas star is Atlanta-bound.
New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony narrows his list to two teams

Carmelo Anthony has narrowed his options down to the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls, according to
Spurs take 2-0 lead on Thunder in series

SAN ANTONIO - Tony Parker scored 22 points, Danny Green made seven 3-pointers and added 21, and the San Antonio Spurs used a dominant third quarter to decimate the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-77 on Wednesday night, rolling to a 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals.
Writer's journey to success began with trip to conference

Louise Shivers gathered her courage and attended the Sand Hills Writers Conference. What happened next was a delightful surprise.
Georgia tries to move on from heartbreaking loss

ATHENS, Ga. - Georgia's season might have seemed like it ended Saturday night in Auburn when a fourth-and-18 pass became a knockout punch to the gut for a Bulldogs' team that's dealt with more than its share of body blows.
Ramblin' Rhodes: It seems Oscar rarely smiles on country tunes

Country music rarely gets recognized when the Oscars are handed out even though country and western music has been in thousands of movies.
Washington hands Atlanta its seventh consecutive loss

ATLANTA - John Wall scored 21 points and the Washington Wizards recovered after almost blowing a 20-point lead to beat the reeling Atlanta Hawks 114-97 on Wednesday night.