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Bob Marley heirs sue half brother over name use

By CURT ANDERSON AP Legal Affairs Writer MIAMI (AP) -- A feud has erupted within the first family of reggae, with the widow and nine children of Bob Marley suing his half brother to stop use of the Marley name to promote an annual Miami music festival and

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Dolphins destroy the Raiders 34-14 in Miami

By STEVEN WINE AP Sports Writer MIAMI (AP) -- Even with his team losing badly, Oakland Raiders linebacker Aaron Curry had to smile. He broke up a fourth-quarter pass with a jarring hit on Reggie Bush, who responded by rolling over onto his stomach and doi

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Battle 4 Atlantis 2012 to feature outstanding field

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter THE newest addition to the NCAA early season tournament scene, the Battle 4 Atlantis will look to continue its momentum and build on its brand with another tournament played at a high level, fe

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Active week for J R Cadot, Miller in the NCAA

By RENALDO DORSETT Sports Reporter AS the NCAA basketball season gets into full swing, it was an active week for a pair of Bahamians during a week of inter conference challenges. J R Cadot equalled his double double total from t

Tottenham beats Villa 2-0, rises to third in league

LONDON (AP) -- Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice on Monday as Tottenham beat Aston Villa 2-0 to rise to third in the Premier League by extending its unbeaten streak to nine matches, including eight victories. Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp made his first ap

Romo rallies Dallas to 20-19 win over Miami

By JAIME ARON AP Pro Football Writer ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- Tony Romo doesn't care about winning in style. He's leading the Dallas Cowboys to victories, and that's all that matters. Romo overcame a pair of early interceptions by throwing two touchdown p

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SECURITY measures at the College of the Bahamas have been stepped up in the wake of a campus robbery last week. The incident, in which a group of men approached a student and robbed him of his laptop, has led police to increase nighttime patrols around CO

Source: Gordon agrees to max deal with Suns

PHOENIX (AP) -- Restricted free agent guard Eric Gordon has agreed to a four-year deal with the Phoenix Suns worth about $58 million, a person familiar with the talks told The Associated Press. The New Orleans Hornets have the right to match the deal and k

Mortier wins 18 & under singles title

By BRENT STUBBS Senior Sports Reporter WITH only three players entered in the draw, Dominique Mortier only needed to play one match to become the Bahamas Lawn Tennis Association's Junior Nationals girls 18-and-under singles champ


By ELIZABETH A KENNEDY Associated Press BEIRUT (AP) -- Turkey warned Syria on Tuesday to keep its forces away from the countries' troubled border or risk an armed response -- a furious reply to the downing of a Turkish military plane last week by the Damas

after the storm

after the storm THERE is plenty to do after the storm has hit. If your area has been without electricity, check for food spoilage when power is restored, says the Bahamas Meteorology Department. If ice crystals are still visible in frozen meats, the meat

Tracking a storm's progress

Tracking a storm's progress BEFORE a hurricane even happens, you can track the progress of a storm moving toward The Bahamas. Using longitude and latitude co-ordinates to pinpoint the storm's location when hurricane advisories are released by the Departm

What to do when a hurricane strikes

What to do when a hurricane strikes ONCE the hurricane hits, it's important to know what to do. If you live in a coastal evacuation zone, or in a structure which might not be strong, have an evacuation plan. The Bahamas Meteorology Department says: If yo

sports inbrief

SOFTBALL NATIONAL TEAM NAMED THE Bahamas Softball Federation has released the names of the following players to the men's national team. The team will be coached by Godfrey 'Gully' Burnside, assisted by Martin 'Pork' Burrows and Perry Seymour. The playe

List of Names for the new hurricane season

List of Names for the new hurricane season SINCE 1953, Atlantic tropical storms had been named from lists originated by the National Hurricane Center in the United States. They are now maintained and updated through a strict procedure by an international

sports inbrief

VOLLEYBALL BVF GETS SUPPORT THE Bahamas Olympic Committee presented the Bahamas Volleyball Federation with $7,000 to replace uniforms stolen from the truck of first vice president Joseph 'Joe Moe' Smith during a practice session at the Kendal Isaacs Gymna

Blake wins 200, goes 2 for 2 vs Bolt

By EDDIE PELLS AP National Writer KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) -- In a result that can no longer be considered a surprise, Yohan Blake beat Usain Bolt in the 200 meters at Jamaican Olympic trials Sunday, finishing in 19.80 seconds to edge the world-record holde

Despite army takeover, fear strong in Mexican town

By CHRISTOPHER SHERMAN Associated Press CIUDAD MIER, Mexico (AP) -- Schoolchildren once again chatter and scamper across the town plaza where drug gang gunmen last year torched the police station and left the remains of a dismembered man. By night, towns

Lighting Niagara Falls has long, colourful history

By CAROLYN THOMPSON Associated Press NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario (AP) -- You can't take a boat ride into the roar and spray of Niagara Falls in the winter, but this time of year offers a different spectacle: Nighttime illumination of the falls in a changing a

Global Witness quits blood diamonds regulator

By DONNA BRYSON Associated Press JOHANNESBURG (AP) -- A major human rights watchdog left the international body charged with keeping blood diamonds off the market, accusing the regulatory group of refusing to address links between the gems, violence and t