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By Josh Flory, The Knoxville News Sentinel, Tenn. Jul. 24--Officials at the University of Tennessee Medical Center broke ground this morning on a new heart hospital that is slated to open in 2010.
By Rita Mitchell A select group of area African-American high school students got a taste of college life during the recent seventh annual Young Scholars Academy at the University of Tennessee at Martin. The event was sponsored by the UT Martin Office of Minority Affairs.
Tim Tebow took a few deep breaths, steadied himself, then plowed through his Heisman Trophy acceptance speech much the same way he takes on tacklers - fast and furious.
Dr. J. Robert Cade, who invented the sports drink Gatorade and launched a multibillion-dollar industry that the beverage continues to dominate, died Tuesday of kidney failure. He was 80.
By Stephen Pounds, The Palm Beach Post, Fla. Jan. 8--No deal is undoable for David Day. Can't find venture capital? No problem. Need a top-flight manager for a new company? You got it. Don't have laboratory space? He's got some.
By Steve Ginsburg WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Slowly shaking his head and squinting his eyes, Joakim Noah painfully recalls life in Paris when his father first took him to a tennis court.
By Steve Ginsburg INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - With four sophomores and a junior in the starting line-up, few people expected Florida to emerge as the national champions.
By Steve Ginsburg INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Florida used a swarming defense and superior bench play to defeat UCLA 73-57 on Monday to win its first national basketball title.
By Steve Ginsburg INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Tradition-rich UCLA will attempt to win its 12th national basketball championship when it faces Florida in the NCAA title game on Monday night.
By Steve Ginsburg INDIANAPOLIS (Reuters) - Florida used its superior height to end upstart George Mason's remarkable NCAA Tournament run with a 73-58 victory Saturday in the national semi-finals.