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News Story of the Day
Updated Mar 09, 09:46 PM
KELLER, Texas - The brothers of a North Texas man who was aboard the Malaysia Airlines flight that went missing over the South China Sea said Sunday their family is leaning on faith and holding out hope for good news about the man they last saw about a week ago.
Philip Wood, an IBM executive who had been working in Beijing over the past two years, had recently returned home from Asia before his next assignment in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Wood came back to Texas to visit his family before relocating to the Malaysian capital, his brother, James Wood said.
Sports Story of the Day
Updated Mar 09, 08:54 PM
DORAL, Fla. - He wore black pants and a red shirt, his Sunday colors.
Patrick Reed followed it perfectly to win the Cadillac Championship, replacing Woods as the youngest winner of a World Golf Championship.
"The best player ever to live when I was growing up wore black pants, a red shirt," Reed said after closing with an even-par 72 for a one-shot victory at Doral.