News archive from 2 April 2013

Cards cut Skelton

The Arizona Cardinals released quarterback John Skelton on Monday. Skelton made six starts and played in seven games with the Cardinals last season, but completed just 54.2 percent of his passes for 1,132 yards with two touchdowns, nine interceptions...

 
Connecticut guns deal announced Monday, would ban high-capacity magazines, require universal background checks on all gun sales 

Connecticut guns deal announced Monday, would ban high-capacity magazines, require universal background...

HARTFORD, Conn. — Connecticut lawmakers announced a deal Monday on what they called some of the toughest gun laws in the country that were proposed after the December mass shooting in the state, including a ban on new high-capacity ammunition...

 

Woman's quick thinking helped Lake Zurich family in fire, police say

A fire in Lake Zurich over the weekend left three family members without a home, according to Lake Zurich Fire Rescue Department officials. Firefighters responded to a report of a house fire in the 100 block of Parkway Avenue on Saturday morning just...

 

Police searching for shooting suspect

Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly shot into an unoccupied car and threatened a community center employee over the weekend. Ontario Collins, a program aid at the South Highland Community Center on South Allen Avenue, said a 16-year-old...

 
Arlington Heights changes code to make getting outdoor dining easier

Arlington Heights changes code to make getting outdoor dining easier

The Honeyberry Cafe will open this month in Arlington Heights, and the owner is already counting on an expansion to add outdoor seating. "It's nice to have tables outside," said Honeyberry owner Tim Panagakis. "People like to be outside...

 

Monday, April 1, 2013

Get your Monday comics, TV listings, weather forecast, history and more! Weather The National Weather Service predicts mostly sunny skies and a high of 71. Get a 5-day forecast here. History On April 1 in 1789 The U.S. House of Representatives held...

 

Gosselin: Tony Romo extension gives Dallas Cowboys even more incentive to draft offensive linemen

Columnist Rick Gosselin answered questions in a chat on Monday. Here are some highlights. Rick, is there an offensive lineman that may be rated very high that you would be leery of drafting? And would you still go offensive line with their first three...

Dallas News, 19:01 in Sport
 

Gosselin: Signing Elvis Andrus to an extension presents options for Texas Rangers when it comes to Ian...

Columnist Rick Gosselin answered questions in a chat on Monday. Here are some highlights. I personally like the signing of one of our own young stars much more than say doing this with Hamilton. Why do you think that now is when they finally got it...

Dallas News, 19:01 in Sport
 

The questions that surrounded 2012-13 UNC basketball - and the answers

You might recall that before North Carolina's season-opener against Gardner-Webb on Nov. 9, I posted a list of 10 questions that surrounded the Tar Heels at the start of the season.. Little by little, UNC provided answers to those 10 questions as the...

 

India's rejection of drug patent could reverberate

The India Supreme Court's rejection of a patent for an improved version of a costly cancer drug by Novartis AG could have big implications for the world's largest drugmakers. The ruling, which was handed down on Monday, signals the latest shift in the...

 
Reaction to leg break in NCAA tournament rooted in evolution?

Reaction to leg break in NCAA tournament rooted in evolution?

If you had a serious case of the heebie-jeebies when University of Louisville sophomore guard Kevin Ware snapped his tibia on live television during the NCAA basketball tournament, you weren't alone. Teammates crumpled to the floor. Players on the...

 

Attitudes changing on hormones after menopause

After Liz Applegate underwent a hysterectomy about a year ago, she began to look into hormone therapy to relieve symptoms triggered by the surgery: mood fluctuations, a “foggy” feeling, sleep problems, low energy and low libido. The first five doctors...

 

FCC looks to fine-tune its indecency rules

The Federal Communications Commission is considering making changes to how it polices the television and radio airwaves for indecent content. In a notice for industry and consumer comments issued Monday, the FCC said it wants to ensure that its...

 

'Linsanity' opens 29th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival

The documentary "Linsanity," about the Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin, will open the 29th Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival. The festival, which takes places May 2-12 at various locations including the Directors Guild Theatre,...

 

Heidi Klum saves son, two nannies from drowning in Hawaii

Heidi Klum saved her son and two nannies from drowning in a riptide over the weekend. Add "lifeguard" to the 39-year-old's long list of jobs, which includes supermodel, "Project Runway" host and now "America's Got Talent"...

 

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