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Women's World Cup final: U.S. defeats Japan, 5-2

For a time when she was younger, Carli Lloyd wasn't sure she belonged on the U.S. national team.
Orlando Sentinel Jul 5, 2015

Orlando City earns 1-1 draw with Real Salt Lake despite Kaká red card

SANDY, Utah - The moment was certainly the most stunning of Kaká's short Major League Soccer career.
Orlando Sentinel Jul 3, 2015

FHP: No delays, little traffic

With many people enjoying a three-day weekend that begins today, Central Florida's roads are clear with no delays and little traffic this morning.

Power rankings: the top 25 Miami Hurricanes at this very moment

It’s July 1, which means it’s free agency day in the NBA and NHL. With that comes a bunch of lists on the internet of the Top 25 Free Agents Your Team Could Be Considering, ...

Finally healthy, Hurricanes S Rayshawn Jenkins has high expectations

What can the Hurricanes expect out of Rayshawn Jenkins this season? According to Jenkins, a leaner, more intelligent version of the playmaking safety they had two years ago. When fall practices begin in early August, the redshirt ...
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

Orlando City downs Columbus Crew 2-0 to advance to U.S. Open Cup quarterfinals

Orlando City has made it clear that, even in its expansion season, the club has its eyes set on a U.S. Open Cup title.
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

United States beats Germany, 2-0, to advance to Women's World Cup final

Apparently the U.S. isn't ready to go home just yet.
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

Employees protest at OneBlood headquarters

OneBlood Inc. is overworking its employees so much that they often do not have time for lunch or to take a bathroom break, says an almost eight-year veteran of the blood bank based near Orlando.
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

Lake Mary bank company files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

A bank that has been based in Lake Mary for 30 years, Independent Bankers Bank of Florida (IBBF) is planning a sale to a Baton Rouge company.
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

If you make less than $50,440, proposal could increase overtime pay

Nearly 5 million more Americans would qualify for overtime pay under new rules proposed Tuesday by the Obama administration, a long-anticipated move expected to affect a broad swath of salaried employees from store managers to social workers to insurance sales agents.

Donor gives UM $1 million to help fund football scholarship

University of Miami alumnus Scott C. Mueller, BBA ’85 and CEO of Dealer Tire, has made a gift of $1 million to establish The Scott C. Mueller Endowed Football Scholarship at the University of Miami. The gift will help fund...
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

Orlando City to own, operate USL franchise in 2016

Orlando City is going back to the USL.
Orlando Sentinel Jun 30, 2015

'Leap second': Why June 30 will have one extra second

On June 30, the world will receive a gift of time: a single, extra second known as a "leap second."
Orlando Sentinel Jun 29, 2015

Saga of New York prison break ends with David Sweat's capture

For most Americans, the great escape from the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York unfolded like a pulpy, if not quite believable, crime novel.

Gadbois announces he's no longer part of Hurricanes football team; UM says they dismissed him

Taylor Gadbois' days as a Miami Hurricane are over. The 6-8, 321-pound junior offensive tackle, who started five games at right tackle last season before going down with a season-ending knee injury versus Duke, was dismissed from the football team...

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