News archive from 2 April 2015

Doctor: Toddler showed signs of shaken-baby syndrome

Doctor: Toddler showed signs of shaken-baby syndrome

FREEHOLD, N.J. – Pictures of injuries to 14-month-old ­Mason Hess show signs of shaken-baby syndrome so classic that one of them will be on the cover of an upcoming medical journal, a pediatric ophthalmologist testified Tuesday at the trial of a baby...

 
Porsche Boxster Spyder speedster; it's all that

Porsche Boxster Spyder speedster; it's all that

NEW YORK -- The smaller, lighter the car the more names it seems to need, witness Porsche's Boxster Spyder speedster unveiled at the annual auto show here. Boxster is the smaller, lighter Porsche and the automaker -- no doubt getting noses of its 911...

 
April delivers blitz of snowfall to winter-starved Alyeska Resort

April delivers blitz of snowfall to winter-starved Alyeska Resort

The news coming out of the Alyeska Resort in Girdwood on April 1 might have sounded like an April Fool's Day joke, but it wasn't. Maybe it was just the word choice of marketing director Eric Fullerton, who e-mailed Anchorage media to say they should...

 
Dozen mushers in last big distance race of season, the Kobuk 440

Dozen mushers in last big distance race of season, the Kobuk 440

Even though it’s April and most of the snow has melted across Southcentral Alaska, defending champion Jeff King and 11 other racers have gathered in ideal sled dog racing conditions north of the Arctic Circle for the last big race of the year. The...

 

Thursday's forecast: Thunderstorms for central U.S.

The national weather forecast for Thursday, April 2 calls for showers and storms in the Central Plains and rain in the Ohio Valley. More thunderstorms will rattle the central U.S. on Thursday. Central U.S.: Heavy rain and thunderstorms will wallop...

 
Police: Man found not guilty of murder admits killing

Police: Man found not guilty of murder admits killing

WILMINGTON, Del. — A man acquitted of first-degree murder has been charged with perjury after state police say he admitted in a phone call that he killed his girlfriend's father, lied about it in court and bribed an inmate for an alibi. Gerard T....

 
Indiana boycott hits home for small business owner

Indiana boycott hits home for small business owner

What both sides are saying in Indiana's religous freedom law debate. LAFAYETTE, Ind. — While businesses across Indiana voice concern over the impact of the "religious freedom" law, a local shop owner has already lost customers. Traci...

 
Steven Tyler cutting country album in Nashville

Steven Tyler cutting country album in Nashville

NASHVILLE -- On Tuesday, Steven Tyler confirmed what folks on Music Row have been murmuring about for months: the Aerosmith frontman has been working on a country album in Nashville. Tyler made a surprise appearance at Tuesday night's Grand Ole Opry...

 
Q&A: Lucy Lawless gets witchy on 'Salem'

Q&A: Lucy Lawless gets witchy on 'Salem'

TV's favorite warrior princess is feeling pretty witchy. Lucy Lawless is bringing what she calls the "ultimate villain" to the supernatural drama Salem, premiering its second season Sunday (10 ET/PT) on WGN America. The New Zealand actress'...

 
Bob Barker returns to 'The Price is Right'

Bob Barker returns to 'The Price is Right'

Nope, this isn't a prank. Today's April Fools' edition of The Price is Right surprised the audience with a very special guest host: the legendary Bob Barker. The 91-year-old made his homecoming worthwhile, giving away an SUV to one lucky contestant in...

 
County will not change policy for Confederate display

County will not change policy for Confederate display

Mitch Morgan of Merritt Island, second lieutentant commander of the local Confereeate Sons Association organization, discusses the display. Video by Dave Berman/FLORIDA TODAY. Posted April 1, 2015. COCOA, Fla. — A Confederate-themed Civil War display...

 

Golfers revel in early course openings

A warm, almost snowless winter has delivered the earliest tee times local golf course managers can recall. “This is our earliest opening ever,” said Palmer Golf Course director of golf George Collum on Wednesday. >Collum said the course has been...

 
New Jersey Democrats back Menendez

New Jersey Democrats back Menendez

WASHINGTON — New Jersey Democrats lined up behind Sen. Bob Menendez on Wednesday after federal prosecutors accused him of participating in a bribery scheme with a wealthy donor. The state's Democratic committee released statements from several New...

 
Nightengale: Giants go from winning bling to grim spring

Nightengale: Giants go from winning bling to grim spring

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. - Stroll into San Francisco Giants manager Bruce Bochy's office, and he pops you a question before you sit down. "So who looks good down here?'' Bochy asks. Pause. "Well, let me put it to you this way,'' Bochy says....

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How sports world is driving changes to disputed Indiana religious freedom law

How sports world is driving changes to disputed Indiana religious freedom law

INDIANAPOLIS – A quote from Nelson Mandela is displayed in the office of Ryan Vaughn, president of Indiana Sports Corp. He thinks the events of the last week – with leaders of the sports world speaking out on a pending Indiana law – prove Mandela's...

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