Boxing in Las Vegas
LVP2002042805 - LAS VEGAS, April 27 (UPI)-- Former two-time Featherweight champion Kevin Kelly, left, of Las Vegas, campaigning as a lightweight, knocked out contender Raul Franco of Mexicali, Mexico, at 1:05 of the 2nd round at the Stratosphere Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, on April 27, 2002. rlw/rw/Roger Williams UPI
A $14.4 million U.S. Army contract has been given to LGS Innovations to provide a digital Voice-over Internet Protocol data system to Fort Leonard Wood, Mo.
The U.S. Army's main communications facility in Southwest Asia, the central information systems hub in the region, is being modernized by LGS Innovations.
Evan Royster ran for 141 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries Saturday, pacing sixth-ranked Penn State to a 20-6 victory over Purdue.
Mike Hart rushed for 153 yards on 44 carries with a fourth-quarter touchdown Saturday as Michigan posted a 14-9 win over 10th-ranked Penn State.
The Nation Park Service is reportedly preparing to solicit bids from concessionaires for new shops at New York Harbor and Liberty Island.
Kevin Kelly kicked a 29-yard field goal in the third overtime to give third-ranked Penn State a 26-23 victory over No. 22 Florida State at the Orange Bowl.
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New York's subways have new rules -- including a ban on moving between cars and putting bags on empty seats -- that have left some straphangers grumbling.
Michael Robinson passed for 213 yards and added 96 rushing yards with one touchdown Saturday as 12th-ranked Penn State beat Purdue, 33-15.
Rice University scientists have built the world's smallest car -- a single molecule "nanocar" containing a chassis, axles and four wheels.