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NBC News - Republican Candidates Debate @ University of S. Florida in Tampa, FL - January 23, 2012

Time: 09:00 PM (2100) EST on Monday, January 23rd, 2012 Location: University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida Broadcast: NBC News Sponsors: The ...

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Free roof nominations being accepted

1st Choice Roofing is now accepting nominations for its "No Roof Left Behind" campaign.

The nationwide program provides free roofs to local community members in need. Nominations can be submitted at through July 27. Anyone can participate. Nominate a friend, neighbor or family member in need of a new roof.

From the submissions, four finalists will be chosen for the final online public voting campaign. The four finalists stories and photos will be displayed on 1st Choice Roofings No Roof Left Behind home page. The public can vote for the finalist they feel is most deserving from Aug. 6 through Oct. 1. The winner will be revealed online on Oct. 15. Nominees must own the home they are living in and be a resident of Hernando or Pasco counties. Also, the free roof recipient must be current on his or her mortgage payments.

LeBron James' free agency decision this summer could swing balance of power in NBA

CLEVELAND  -- These combo coronation-funerals can be tricky.

Imagine the crowning of a new monarch where the royal subjects couldn’t stop chattering about the freshly deposed or deceased predecessor. Where the traditional cry of continuity and succession, “The king is dead! Long live the king!” got flipped, with what was overshadowing what is.

That’s pretty much how it went Friday night at Quicken Loans Arena, with the Golden State Warriors’ latest NBA championship having to share the stage with speculation, instantly revved up, about LeBron James and the choice he’ll soon make about his next employer. 

The Warriors are the kings, claiming pro basketball’s throne yet again by completing a sweep of James’ Cleveland Cavaliers in the 2018 Finals. But of course, James is the King, and as so many of us learned in sophomore English – thanks, CliffsNotes! – “Uneasy lies the head (of those who fret and obsess about the future whereabouts of the NBA superstar) that wears a crown.”