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UPDATED: Mon., Feb. 11, 2019, 2:48 p.m.

The winner of a Washington photo contest likely tromped through delicate Mount St. Helens’ flowers to get “the shot”

Fields of Indian paintbrush fill the foreground. Mount St. Helens, pockets of snow still visible in the soft glow of a summer sunset, anchors the entire scene. Clouds stretch into …


Rich Landers: Ethics guide sportsmen beyond the law

When regulations seem to fall short, I often pose a simple question as a guide for my outdoor ethics: What if everyone did it?


Rich Landers: Turkey hunting technique tests ethics, risks safety

An old technique of hiding behind a gobbler decoy to stalk wild turkeys is being revived – much to the dismay of hunter safety educators. Native Americans, for example, camouflaged …


Ex-Nhl Union Boss Guilty Of Skimming Fraud Case Results In Hefty Fine, Wrath Of Some Of Game’s Greatest

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Coach Delayed Making 911 Call

A Michigan coach waited more than an hour before calling 911 the night wrestler Jeff Reese collapsed and later died, police, morgue and ambulance records indicate. Reese, 21, died Dec. …


Eastern Volleyball Assistant Reprimanded

The Big Sky Conference issued a letter of reprimand to Eastern Washington University associate head volleyball coach Wade Benson on Wednesday for his conduct following his team’s five-game win over …


Nike Manager Jailed

A floor manager at a Taiwanese-owned factory that makes shoes for Nike was sentenced to six months in prison for physically abusing workers. The Dong Nai provincial People’s Court found …


Fresno Gambler Jailed

Gambler and suspected bookmaker Anthony “Tony” Corral has been jailed on methamphetamine trafficking charges after refusing to tell authorities what he knows about Krikor “Kirk” Vartanian or possible point shaving …


New Mexico Dentist Jailed

An Albuquerque dentist was jailed over the weekend, his punishment for sharpening a buckle on his son’s football helmet so that it cut several opposing players in a game last …


Booster Kept Buying

A booster under investigation for alleged cash payments to players reportedly was allowed to buy special tickets from the University of Michigan more recently than the university reported to the …


The Bull May Stop Here Kicking A Courtside Cameraman May Result In Assault Charges Against Chicago’s Rodman

In a view from a TV monitor, Rodman kicks wide-eyed cameraman Eugene Amos. Photo by Associated Press


Whl Sexual Misconduct Scandal Widens

Allegations of sexual misconduct have surfaced involving the late Brian Shaw, one of the Western Hockey League’s most respected governors. The allegations come on the heels of Graham James’ conviction …


Schott In Trouble With Gm

Cincinnati Reds owner Marge Schott will meet with regulators next week to rebut allegations that she faked car sales at her Chevrolet-Geo dealership. David Cook, spokesman for the Ohio Motor …


Indians’ Pitcher Mesa Faces Charges Of Carrying Gun, Fondling

Cleveland Indians pitcher Jose Mesa and another man were arrested Saturday on felony charges of fondling and carrying a concealed weapon. Police said two 26-year-old women reported that Mesa, 30, …


Harrick Quits To Avoid Being Fired Press Conference Expected This Morning; Assistant Lavin To Be Named Ucla’s Interim Coach

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Pac-10 Clears Jim Harrick On Sale Of Car

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Harrick Isn’t Selling Ucla Out Just Yet, Only Leasing

Would you buy a used car from this man? That is the question UCLA officials must ask themselves today in the wake of a paper trail that begins with basketball …


Cop Tried To Have Irvin Killed Dallas Policeman Arrested After Paying Undercover Agent Posing As Hitman

Cowboys receiver Michael Irvin may have been a target. Photo by Associated Press


If Reckless Blades Isn’t Responsible, Then Just Who Is?

Our judicial system keeps making it harder and harder to believe in our judicial system. We learn to have faith in a jury of our peers, but why should we …


Blades Judge Well-Known For Leniency

Broward Circuit Judge Susan Lebow finds herself in the midst of controversy again after overturning Brian Blades’ manslaughter conviction. A six-member jury on Friday found the Seattle Seahawks receiver guilty …


Horse Killer Sentenced

A federal judge has sentenced Rhode Island native Barney Ward to 33 months in prison for arranging the killing of four show horses so their owners could collect $570,000 in …


Asu Track On Probation

The Pac-10 put Arizona State’s track and field programs on three years’ probation and reduced the number of scholarships it can award during 1997-98. The conference also said the university …


Report Reveals Camby Accepted Money, Gifts While At Massachusetts

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Usc Receiver Investigated

The Pacific-10 Conference is investigating a loan allegedly made to USC wide receiver Keyshawn Johnson while he was in junior college, trying to determine if it was an attempted inducement …


Maryland Athletes Suspended

Maryland starting quarterback Scott Milanovich and four other university athletes were suspended by the NCAA for gambling on college sporting events. The school will appeal the two harshest judgements of …


Parker Offers Apology

Highly touted basketball recruit Richie Parker, whose sexual assault on a high school classmate turned him from prospect to pariah, settled a lawsuit filed by his victim and offered the …


No. 23 Costs Chicago $25,000 Tune In Tonight To Find Out Whether It’s No. 23 Or No. 45 Who Suits Up For Game 3

Against Magic, Jordan scored 38 points as No. 23 and 19 points as No. 45. Photo by Associated Press


Former Baylor Coach Acquitted; Assistants Guilty

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Oregon St. Violates Rules

An Oregon State investigation has revealed serious NCAA violations in its women’s basketball program, athletic director Dutch Baughman said. Baughman said the university has filed a report with the Pacific-10 …


Coach Pleads Guilty

A former high school basketball coach from Kirkland pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of indecent exposure involving one of his players. Jim McDonald was sentenced in Seattle District Court …