SPORTS


SPORTS
MLB steroid policy
k MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL players and owners have reached an agreement on a tougher steroid-testing program and plan to announce it today.
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Win & amp; loss for YSU
k YOUNGSTOWN STATE'S women's basketball team defeated Loyola of Chicago on Wednesday. Later that night, the men's team suffered another loss to Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
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ENTERTAINMENT EXTRA
One man's fightagainst genocide
kTHE REALITY MOVIE "Hotel Rwanda" heralds the triumph of one man's decency during the ethnic strife and genocide in Rwanda that claimed at least 800,000 lives.
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NATION
Dinosaur find
kVILLAGERS in China have unearthed the fossilized remains of a tiny dinosaur in the belly of a mammal -- a startling discovery for scientists who long believed early mammals were too small and timid to devour a dinosaur.
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SOCIETY
Midlife manes
kMORE WOMEN over 40 are letting their hair grow with the flow.
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LOCAL
Hair's a nice storyabout kids charity
kA 24-YEAR-OLD Boardman woman had nearly 3 feet of her hair cut Wednesday and donated it to a children's charity.
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BUSINESS
Niles manufacturernets European pact
kRTI INTERNATIONAL METALS Inc., based in Niles and the largest U.S. titanium supplier, has secured a contract with Europe's largest aerospace group.
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