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Sports Kentucky Derby 2016: A touch of gray gives 142nd Derby striking look

Of the eight grays who have won the Derby, they all left quite a historic impression. Collmus recalls the 2012 Derby with Creative Cause, who finished fifth behind I'll Have Another."He was a gray from California," Collmus said. Creator, winner of the Arkansas Derby, has a white splotch on the top of his right thigh. "It is a bit unusual to have four gray 3-year-olds in a race."To get an idea how rare it is for 20 percent of the Derby field to be gray, consider the 2013 foal crop.
The Denver Post
04/05
32 Points
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In rural Ohio, a call to 'arm yourself'

Johnson said."Hunting vs. simple possession of a firearm is a little different," said Johnson. "We didn't have the problems we have now. It was a different life. When people went to town, they left the doors unlocked."The events in Pike County a week ago and a Jan. "There's nothing compared to this. When it's this close to home, it's different."In Pike County, 1,515 concealed carry permits were issued from 2011 through 2015, according to data from the Ohio Attorney General's Office.
USA Today
03/05
20 Points
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Jameson: The easiest way to choose colors for your home

"I always recommend people stay on one color strip and move up and down it when choosing wall colors for their homes, then I go and paint my house in five different colors. How can I defend that?" I send her pictures as we talk.The interior walls of my new home incorporate five colors, which would be risky, except they are all part of Sherwin Williams Historic Collection."I love the idea of painting rooms different colors, so long as there is an intentional palette," she said.
The Denver Post
30/04
9 Points
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Exclusive: Sports Authority CEO talks about the chain's post-bankruptcy future

Foss said Sports Authority "right-sized the company," as part of "an operational restructuring plan we put in place a couple months ago.""The growth rate of the e-commerce markets where we have stores and where we don't have stores ? there was only a couple percentage point difference. They're both growing very strongly."Dual-path process:Sports Authority has plotted two paths to exit bankruptcy.
The Denver Post
27/04
9 Points
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Exclusive: Sports Authority CEO talks about the chain's post-bankruptcy future

Foss said Sports Authority "right-sized the company," as part of "an operational restructuring plan we put in place a couple months ago.""The growth rate of the e-commerce markets where we have stores and where we don't have stores ? there was only a couple percentage point difference. They're both growing very strongly."Dual-path process:Sports Authority has plotted two paths to exit bankruptcy.
The Denver Post
27/04
4 Points
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Joe Girardi shuffles Yankees’ lineup again, benches Jacoby Ellsbury for first time this season vs. Athletics 

Al Bello/Getty Images Joe Girardi continues to tinker with his lineup in hopes of jumpstarting the bats. Another day, another lineup.A Yankees lineup that opened the season as one of the hottest in baseball has been ice cold for the past week, prompting manager Joe Girardi to tinker with the batting order one day after another.With lefthander Eric Surkamp toeing the rubber for the Athletics, Girardi sent Jacoby Ellsbury to the bench for the first time this season.
Daily News
20/04
5 Points
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Sports Sharks look to bring road success back home against Kings

The best way to move past it completely is by knocking off the Kings this year."It's a different year, different team. Everything is different," center Patrick Marleau said. "Playing well as a team, it's not just one guy playing well defensively. It's everybody. Forwards have been doing a good job back-pressuring and the D's standing up, so it's a combination of both."That kind of commitment was lacking at times at home this season, when the Sharks won just 18 of 41 games.
USA Today
18/04
7 Points

6 mystifying gravity hills in Bay Area: Patterson Pass, Lichau Road and more

"Your eyes and brain use clues from the landscape to determine your perception of the slope of a hill. But your eyes and brain can be misled."He explains that all of these places -- from the stream in Golden Gate Park to the so-called gravitational effect on Lichau Road -- have no distant reference points. This site has been linked to the ghost of a victim of the infamous Zodiac Killer.Yet another is on Patterson Pass Road in Livermore, either at mile marker 1.57 or 7.52, depending on the story you read.
San Jose Mercury News
15/04
14 Points
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Falcon Bluffs Middle School learns business with charity goal

"Most places fundraise with the whole school, but all their different jobs bring a different aspect to the program."Many of the students were unaware of the philanthropic efforts of the class, but that made it all the more inspirational."It helps to motivate when they know where the donation is going," Grosh said. The 19 students have broken into groups and focus on marketing, public relations or manufacturing. They learn how to market, run public relations and sell their product to the community.
The Denver Post
14/04
5 Points
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Sports Avalanche drops final game to Ducks, ends with six consecutive losses

Sakic as GM and Roy as coach."We're all learning," Sakic said. Sakic's answer was confirmation of the expected."Yes, he will," Sakic said. 15, Avalanche general manager Joe Sakic.The other news came before the game, after Sakic was asked if Patrick Roy will be back as coach next season. "We're in this thing together."The Avalanche missed the NHL playoffs for the second consecutive season. Colorado is 130-92-24 in the three seasons with the former teammates in charge .
The Denver Post
10/04
7 Points
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Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony pleads for more roster continuity, stability 

Not that it has translated to wins with the Knicks at 9-17 since Rambis took over."I'm in a different role than I was on previous teams. I don't like patting myself on the back but I feel like I'm doing well in a different role as opposed to when I was in Portland or Phoenix," Lopez said. Known for his defense in previous stops, Lopez acknowledged that he's being asked to shoulder more of an offensive burden with the Knicks.
Daily News
10/04
7 Points
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'American Idol' crowns its last champion

Spoiler alert: This story names the winner of Season 15 of Fox's American Idol.LOS ANGELES . American Idol went out big Thursday, naming its 15th and final champion as the one-time Fox juggernaut ended its run.After an Idol-packed evening of performances from former winners and finalists, including Carrie Underwood, Jordin Sparks and Fantasia, host Ryan Seacrest announced the Season 15 Idol: Trent Harmon. Clarkson, who is pregnant, taped a medley of her hits that played during the two-hour-plus show.
USA Today
08/04
19 Points
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Gov. Cuomo blasts Bernie Sanders' gun stance, says it makes him no different from other politicians

CUOMO CRITCIZES BERNIE SANDERS ON GUNSThe law, Cuomo said, helped scuttle a safe gun agreement negotiated by the Clinton administration with some gun manufacturers like Smith & Wesson. senator from Vermont, which has loose gun laws.TRANSCRIPT:  BERNIE SANDERS MEETS WITH NEWS EDITORIAL BOARD"You're in office, you're elected, you have to take a position on the tough issues," Cuomo said. Cuomo rekindled his attacks on Bernie Sanders for voting for a bill pushed by then-Republican President George W.
Daily News
07/04
8 Points

Kaepernick uncertainty could become distraction for 49ers

"We don't treat him any different."Bowman, Hyde and defensive lineman Quinton Dial were the first 49ers to address the media as the offseason program got underway. And I'm all in."Only the 49ers, Cleveland Browns and Philadelphia Eagles started their offseason programs this week."Friends are out on vacation, and we're here working and trying to get on the same page," Bowman said. "That's what is going to make us better than what people think.
San Jose Mercury News
07/04
9 Points
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