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Heavy rain, gusting wind could be in store for LSU Alumni Gold track and field meet

Friday, 17 April 2015 18:49 Written by
Before the start of the outdoor season a month ago, LSU track and field coach Dennis Shaver predicted his Tigers and Lady Tigers would run into some foul weather. It happens every spring — usually at the Texas Relays or Penn Relays. But little did Shaver know it would happen at one of his three home meets. Even though Saturday’s forecast for the LSU Alumni Gold meet calls for a good chance of
Democrats increase pressure on Hillary over trade
Friday, 17 April 2015 18:22 Written by
(CNN)Hillary Clinton took a wait-and-see approach Friday to a new trade deal being considered by the Obama administration, and that has roiled Democrats who may challenge her for the party's 2016 presidential nomination. In a statement about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a Clinton spokesman said that the presidential candidate believes any trade deal needs to protect American workers while also strengthening national security. "We should be willing to walk away from any outcome that falls
Mike Huckabee to reveal presidential ambitions in May
Friday, 17 April 2015 18:22 Written by
Washington (CNN)Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee is going to offer supporters some clarity on his potential presidential bid on Friday night, his spokesman said. Spokesman Hogan Gidley tweeted that Huckabee told reporters, "If you watch @SpecialReport with @BretBaier tonight I'll make an announcement about my 2016 decision." .@GovMikeHuckabee to reporters in DC: "If you watch @SpecialReport with @BretBaier tonight I'll make an announcement about my 2016 decision"— J. Hogan Gidley (@JHoganGidley) April 17,
HACKING INTO HOMES Criminals using appliances to steal info, expert says
Friday, 17 April 2015 18:19 Written by
Photo illustration shows projection of binary code on a man holding a laptop computer. (Reuters) Forget doors and windows, the easiest way for a crook to break into your home may be through the stainless steel refrigerator in your kitchen, or the big screen TV in the living room. Modern appliances are increasingly connected to the Internet, and each presents a potential path for savvy hackers to enter your home virtually
Family of US Marine held in Iran calls on Obama administration to do more
Friday, 17 April 2015 18:19 Written by
The family of a U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran since 2011 are frustrated that the Obama administration does not consider their son’s plight a high enough priority and are begging Iran’s supreme leader to show mercy and release him – in part because his father is dying of cancer. “Amir is innocent and we really miss him. And we need him,” Behnaz Hekmati, the mother of imprisoned Marine veteran
Guard Shanice Norton signs with LSU women’s basketball team
Friday, 17 April 2015 18:00 Written by
The LSU women’s basketball team added a player in the spring signing period when guard Shanice Norton signed her National Letter of Intent, the school announced Friday. Norton is a 5-foot-8 native of London who spent the past two seasons at the Potter’s House Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Florida. She played AAU basketball for the Jacksonville Lady Rams. She represented England on the Under-16 team in the FIBA European Championships in 2012 and
John Sununu: Hillary Dodges 'Ordinary' Folks, Press on Road Trip
Friday, 17 April 2015 17:53 Written by
Hillary Clinton's road trip from New York to Iowa to hear from "ordinary Americans" was a carefully orchestrated way for her to avoid people, duck the press and keep from putting her "foot in her mouth," says John Sununu, former chief of staff to President George H.W. Bush. "It's amazing. They go through this whole process of driving from the East Coast to Iowa and sit down with eight pre-selected folks and have a conversation,
On trade, Democrats increase pressure on Hillary
Friday, 17 April 2015 17:52 Written by
(CNN)Hillary Clinton took a wait-and-see approach Friday to a new trade deal being considered by the Obama administration, and that has roiled Democrats who may challenge her for the party's 2016 presidential nomination. In a statement about the Trans-Pacific Partnership, a Clinton spokesman said that the presidential candidate believes any trade deal needs to protect American workers while also strengthening national security. "We should be willing to walk away from any outcome that falls
LSU-Georgia series opener postponed; doubleheader set for Saturday
Friday, 17 April 2015 17:43 Written by
ATHENS, Ga. – The scheduled games for LSU’s series against Georgia this weekend could be in for change. The Tigers (32-6, 10-5 Southeastern) and the Bulldogs (20-18, 6-9) could play a doubleheader Saturday to avoid rainy forecasts Friday and Sunday, but no announcement has been made. Georgia is expected to make a determination and announcement Friday night. The two are set to play the series opener at 6 p.m. (CT) but rain was
LSU-Georgia in rain delay; weekend series could see change
Friday, 17 April 2015 17:36 Written by
ATHENS, Ga. – The scheduled games for LSU’s series against Georgia this weekend could be in for change. The Tigers (32-6, 10-5 Southeastern) and the Bulldogs (20-18, 6-9) could play a doubleheader Saturday to avoid rainy forecasts Friday and Sunday, but no announcement has been made. Georgia is expected to make a determination and announcement Friday night. The two are set to play the series opener at 6 p.m. (CT) but rain was

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