A birdie for Kimmakes her champ
kALL IT TOOK was one shot -- one spectacular birdie from the bunker -- to make Birdie Kim a most unlikely U.S. Women's Open champion Sunday.
Tribe edges Reds
kVICTOR MARTINEZ singled in the go-ahead run in the eighth inning, leading the Cleveland Indians to a 4-3 win over the Cincinnati Reds.
NASA programpicks local school
kNASA recently named Hillman Middle School a 2005 NASA Explorer School, one of 50 schools chosen across the United States.
Variety at Rogers
kYOU NAME IT -- fishing reels, folk guitars, posters of U.S. presidents -- it's probably labeled with a number and ready for bidding at Rogers Community Auction.
kARUBAN police freed the father of a Dutch suspect arrested in the disappearance of an Alabama teenager.
Ground zero debate
kTHE DEBATE over the International Freedom Center museum is playing out on talk shows, opinion pages and the Web. Victims' relatives protested the museum last week at ground zero.
Lending linkedto Mafia, rebels
kA U.S. agency reportedly has approved millions of dollars in loans to companies whose owners did business with Mafia figures and rebels in a bloody African conflict.
kMOVIE producers have always understood the magic power of blood, and they play with it in a variety of ways.