News archive from 2 July 2012, page 1

Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — Venezuela's presidential campaign officially began Sunday with President Hugo Chavez and opposition leader Henrique Capriles rallying their supporters for what promises to be a hard-fought contest leading up to the October...

Chron, 17:25 in World News
 

Spain beats Italy, 4-0, to repeat as European champions

Spain scored early and, eventually, often to trounce Italy, 4-0, in the 2012 European Championship final on Sunday in Kiev, Ukraine, to become the first team to hold three major world titles. The Spaniards, the reigning World Cup champion who were...

 

Pets of the week: Dusty, Duke, Gretta and Ara

Cullman County Animal Shelter Adoption hours are 9 - 3:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and most Saturdays 9 - 12 noon at the shelter. Off site adoptions are at Pet Depot and Tractor Supply every Saturday from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. Cats are for adoption...

 
Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

CARACAS, Venezuela -- Venezuela's presidential campaign officially began Sunday with President Hugo Chavez and opposition leader Henrique Capriles rallying their supporters for what promises to be a hard-fought contest leading up to the October vote....

 

Report: Wings a contender to trade for Blue Jackets' Rick Nash

Detroit - The Red Wings might have more on their minds than just free agents.TSN of Canada is reporting that the Wings, Carolina Hurricanes and New York Rangers are in contention to acquire Columbus forward Rick Nash in a trade. Nash, 28, scored 30...

 
Tigers top Rays, inch closer to .500 mark

Tigers top Rays, inch closer to .500 mark

St. Petersburg, Fla. -The halfway mark is two games away for the Tigers.And for as much time as they've spent under .500 in the first half - heck, they've not been over it since May 10 - they still have a chance at poking above at the 81-game mark....

 
Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

CARACAS, Venezuela Venezuela's presidential campaign officially began Sunday with President Hugo Chavez and opposition leader Henrique Capriles rallying their supporters for what promises to be a hard-fought contest leading up to the October vote....

 
Versace revisits Gianni's memory in Ritz couture

Versace revisits Gianni's memory in Ritz couture

PARIS In an emotional coming home, Donatella Versace finally took Atelier Versace couture back to the Ritz Hotel in Paris - the last place she saw her late brother Gianni. On Sunday, she chose the hotel for Versace's much-anticipated fall-winter...

 
Tigers' Prince Fielder voted as All-Star starter; Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera on team, too

Tigers' Prince Fielder voted as All-Star starter; Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera on team, too

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- The heart of the batting order and the ace of the pitching staff will be representing the Detroit Tigers in the July 10 All-Star Game in Kansas City . First baseman Prince Fielder finished first in the fan voting announced this...

 
Red Wings sign Swiss forward Damien Brunner

Red Wings sign Swiss forward Damien Brunner

As much as the Detroit Red Wings want to add size and grit to their team, they couldn't pass up the chance to add a small but highly skilled and speedy European. Damien Brunner had already told the Wings they'd won his services 10 days ago but he...

 
Birmingham temperature: 103-degree record already tied and still counting

Birmingham temperature: 103-degree record already tied and still counting

The City of Birmingham has opened a cooling station at Boutwell Auditorium from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. to help people keep cool. This photo was taken when the city opened the cooling station at Boutwell on July 31, 2010. (The Birmingham News file photo/...

 

Chavez, Capriles begin Venezuela campaigns

CARACAS, Venezuela - Venezuela's presidential campaign officially began Sunday with President Hugo Chavez and opposition leader Henrique Capriles rallying their supporters for what promises to be a hard-fought contest leading up to the October vote....

 
Huntsville police officer nabs man trying to steal TV from Wal-Mart

Huntsville police officer nabs man trying to steal TV from Wal-Mart

Walter Lee Hicks, pictured, was arrested by Huntsville police and charged with third-degree robbery and resisting arrest (Courtesy photo).HUNTSVILLE, Alabama -- A Huntsville police officer nabbed a robber Saturday around midnight at Wal-Mart on Sutton...

 
Dania Beach homeowners told to decide now if they want soundproofing

Dania Beach homeowners told to decide now if they want soundproofing

The Dania Beach homeowners who live close to a runway being built at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport have been given a choice by Broward County: Take our offer to soundproof your home now or give up your right to have us pay for it....

 
Fatigue, injuries finally slow Italy in Euro final

Fatigue, injuries finally slow Italy in Euro final

KIEV, Ukraine -- Fatigue finally caught up with Italy. Forced by injuries to end the match with 10 players, the Azzurri had no answer for Spain's passing wizardry in the European Championship final on Sunday. Even "Super" Mario Balotelli...

 

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