UTEP Softball to Compete at Riverside Classic starting Friday

Ten UTEP softball players will return to their home state of California as the Miners will play four games at the Riverside Classic hosted by UC Riverside Feb. 24-26. Pamala Baber (Rialto), Devyn Cretz (Corona), Mallorie Cross (Yucaipa), Mariah Ellis (Los Angeles), Linda Garcia (Fontana), Miranda Gutierrez (Chino Hills), Hope Moreno (La Habra), Kiki Pepi …

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Hyatt Regency listed for sale

The Hyatt Regency in Milwaukee is for sale. Chicago-based Paramount Lodging Advisors has listed the downtown Milwaukee hotel on its website. With 481 rooms, the Hyatt Regency at 333 W. Kilbourn Ave. is Milwaukee’s second-largest hotel. It is one of two downtown hotels — along with the Hilton Milwaukee City Center — to be connected via a walkway to the Wisconsin Center convention hall. The hotel underwent a $19 million renovation project in 2009, resulting in the closure of revolving top…






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Hole discovered on I-40 in Del City may cause traffic delays

DEL CITY, Okla. – A hole that was discovered on a bridge on I-40 has caused the interstate to narrow to one lane in Del City. As of 12:10 p.m., westbound I-40 is narrowed to one lane between S.E. 15th St. and Sunnylane Rd. in Del City due to a hole in the Crutcho bridge. The 3 ft. by 3 ft. hole was discovered in the center lane. Drivers in the area should expect heavy congestion and use an alternate […]






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Concert Preview: Lily & Madeleine

lilymadeleineSisters Lily and Madeleine Jurkewicz have a vocal blend that is so close that you could almost mistake it for the most precise and mechanical double-tracking of a singular singer. Even among other sibling groups, their tonal parity is jaw-dropping – and decadently rich and achingly beautiful. As recording artists, they’ve been exceptionally prolific – […]






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Raleigh Raises Fees on Developers

Representatives of developers maintained at a Tuesday Raleigh City Council meeting that they are already paying plenty in fees to Raleigh, just before council members agreed to proceed with a planned $6 million hike in development services charges that will go into effect in July.

Developer Michael Kaney, who served on a committee that advised the city on the new rules, pointed out that new buildings in Raleigh require a number of other payments in addition to those considered as the new fees were being devised.…






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