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The Seattle Mist turned back the Chicago Bliss 27-21 on Sunday to capture their first Legends Cup of the women's indoor Legends Football League at the ShoWare Center.
Susan Fergason decided to try something bold, something different.
Elite volleyball has brought out the best in Courtney Thompson.
Ailen Rosales appeared comfortable as she walked the hospital wing, station to station.
Her latest crowning achievement came on a whim and an urge to serve the community she loves.
Calvin Watts recognizes inequities in the public school system and racial problems in society. And he wants to profoundly reach out and make his community better with the genuine support of others.
Kentwood's Brandon Stribling and Brittany Woke saved their bests for last, leaping to long jump titles at the state 4A track and field meet.
The students were actors, the scene a mock two-car traffic collision, the result of a street race gone terribly bad.
He's short and strong, quietly confident and athletically explosive. At 5-foot-3 and 140 pounds, Jahleel Smith believes he can scale great heights, even if it calls for clearing a bar placed precariously, 14 feet off the ground at the end of a pole vault runway.
Michael Tolleson has discovered more places, people and possibilities through his spontaneously created art.
Tom Ethen considers himself a pioneer in one of the country's fastest-growing industries.
A service-oriented and community-minded society shares a long history and a special place in Kent.
Being fit and active are important to Reginald Reid.
Hockey's crease is no place for self-doubt. Taran Kozun knows as much.
Human trafficking and the child sex slave industry are a growing problem, a local crisis.
More acceptance and better understanding can bring a richer, rewarding life, especially for today's teens.
Enduring a first full season in the minors taught Reese McGuire many things.
Show of steel drums at Sunrise: School, PTA, director keep tradition alive for sixth-grade musicians
The beat goes on for steel drums at Sunrise Elementary School, where the unique sound has resonated for 25 years.
Be active, be involved, be impactful. Few high school students do it as well as Kent-Meridian's April Rose Nguyen, a generous, quiet, quick-thinking leader.
Kevin Pang admits he never saw it coming. What began as a feature story has turned into something greater for the award-winning food reporter for the Chicago Tribune.