SOUTH BEND, IN - APRIL 18: Notre Dame football coach Brian Kelly (L) and Tim Brown attend SiriusXM's Notre Dame Town Hall with Brian Kelly and Tim Brown, live from Notre Dame Stadium on April 18, 2013 in South Bend, Indiana.
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Brown Pitches Grizzlies to Season Opening Win against Crushers
May 17, 2013 - Frontier League (FL) Gateway Grizzlies AVON, OH - Tim Brown worked eight masterful innings and the Gateway Grizzlies held on for a 3-2 victory against the Lake Erie Crushers Friday night at All Pro Freight Stadium in the season opener. Bro from Our Sports Central Read more »
How Can the Oakland Raiders Escape Black Hole of Losing?
This will not be news to the rabid fanbase of the Oakland Raiders: The team has not won in over a decade. The Raiders are just the ninth team since the 1970 merger to go at least 10 seasons without a winning record and without making the playoffs. For a from Bleacher Report Read more »
Council to pay for pricey Bush appearance
Canyon Lake city officials wishing to take in President George W. Bush's keynote address at an upcoming regional joint powers authority assembly will foot the bill themselves. Balking at what they deemed a much-too-pricey ticket of $500 per person, the c from San Diego Union-Tribune Read more »
Legislators closing in on final budget
INDIANAPOLIS — In his first four months as the chief budget maker in the Indiana House, Republican Rep. Tim Brown hasn’t been surprised by the long hours, multiple demands and intense debate that goes with crafting a $30 billion spending plan. But he’s b from NewsandTribune.com Read more »
Indiana lawmakers consider cuts to prenatal care
Lawmakers are considering a last-minute proposal to limit the number of low-income women covered for prenatal care under Medicaid to save $40 million through 2020. Health care advocates, though, say reducing that money up front for pregnant women will le from Indianapolis Star Read more »