Photo for Headline Surfer / John Cooper is shown in this vintage image from 1985 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- John Cooper, the first man to serve as president of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and later Daytona International Speedway who died Wednesday in Indianapolis at the age of 83, was remembered by motorsports leaders of today.
DAYTONA BEACH -- Rusty Wallace flipped violently down the backstretch during the second 1983 Twin 125 Qualifier at Daytona.
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. -- When the purple flags are being flown along the World's Most Famous Beach, they're not for a Barney the dinosaur birthday party. The flags are a warning to be alert about jellyfish -- those nearly invisible critters that blend in with the soapy surf and sometimes wash up along the shore.
DAYTONA BEACH SHORES, Fla. -- So who is this tattooed-mystery babe spotted walking along the hard sands of Daytona Beach Shores who caught the camera lens of our intrepid photographer friend who shoots just about everything interesting he sees along the Word's Most Famous beach and beyond?
"I have no idea," said lensman-extraordinaire Steve Bibeault, of the exotic beach beauty with tats. "I was trying to take pictures of waves when she walked into the frame."
Top Story: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is No. 1 in U.S. News & World Report's rankings of top colleges across the nation in aerospace engineering, earning that distinction for a 12th consecutive year.
ESSEX, Vt. -- This is how I see it so far: Hillary Clinton got a bounce after the Democtratic Convention in Philadelphia and Donald Trump lost his balance in the aftermath; now it's tightening up again. Either candidate can win.
EDGEWATER, Fla. -- I watched both candidates’ major speeches from their conventions as they accepted their nominations and was left still not liking either candidate -- even as the weeks have passed into the dog days of summer.
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