News archive from 3 June 2013

Detroit police: 2 victims unidentified in crash

Police say they're investigating the crash of a speeding car that killed two males, whose names aren't yet known. Police spokeswoman Sgt. Eren Stephens says the two victims of Saturday's early-morning cash remain unidentified Sunday afternoon, and...

 

Tanner Scheppers, Jurickson Profar help Rangers take series with 3-1 win

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Jurickson Profar hit a tiebreaking home run with two outs in the eighth inning Sunday, lifting the Texas Rangers over the Kansas City Royals 3-1. Texas starter Yu Darvish pitched seven shutout innings and left with a 1-0 lead. The...

Dallas News, 19:02 in Sport
 
Where is Queen Charlotte? Holding court in yard between parking decks

Where is Queen Charlotte? Holding court in yard between parking decks

Queen Charlotte isn't greeting visitors to the Charlotte Douglas International Airport terminal these days. But she's not hiding – she's just keeping watch from a new location. The airport's iconic statue of the city's royal namesake has...

 

Third interview for Maurice Cheeks doesn't mean he's Pistons top candidate

It's early June, and while the Pistons don't yet have a coach, they still appear to be dedicated to the "process." Current Oklahoma City Thunder assistant coach Maurice Cheeks, who also coached the Portland Trailblazers and Philadelphia...

 

Kings looking to crack Blackhawks' penalty kill

CHICAGO - The Kings did not get much time on the power play against the Chicago Blackhawks in Game 1 of the Western Conference finals. As the series continues with Game 2 on Sunday night, they will still be looking to unlock the NHL's best penalty...

 

Angels lose third straight to Astros, 5-4

The Angels got off to a horribly slow start this season. They comforted themselves by saying they did the same thing last year, then had a pretty good season after all. This is worse, and not just because the Angels have lost three consecutive games...

 

Recap: New England vs. Los Angeles

The New England Revolution extended their winning streak in league play to three consecutive matches after a convincing 5-0 thrashing of the Los Angeles Galaxy on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. After a slow start to the season, Jay Heaps' club has been...

 

Johns Hopkins lacrosse program to join Big Ten

After 130 years as an independent in men's lacrosse, Johns Hopkins will be joining the Big Ten. An announcement has been scheduled for Monday morning when the university will confirm the move, according to sources and a published report. The news...

 

Matt Magill's walk on the wild side leads to Dodgers' 7-2 loss

This is what happens when a team gets down to its ninth starting pitcher? Tenth if you count the departed Aaron Harang? It gets a little thin, which the Dodgers honestly had to expect. But probably not this thin, not this bad. In poor Matt Magill's...

 
Slideshow: Memorial Day 2013

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Hawks Game Day: Aim to avoid Game 2 letdown

The Chicago Blackhawks have opened both of their postseason series with a win thus far. What happened next didn't work out so well for them last time. It's another fairly rousing Game 1 win in the books and another Game 2 at hand against the Kings at...

 
Pagenaud wins crash-filled Detroit Grand Prix

Pagenaud wins crash-filled Detroit Grand Prix

DETROIT -- Simon Pagenaud survived a demolition derby, winning the crash-filled Detroit Grand Prix on Sunday for his first IndyCar victory. The Frenchman finished 5.6 seconds in front of James Jakes in the second of two races on the 2.36-mile Belle...

 

Matt Kuchar wins Memorial; Tiger Woods struggles again

Matt Kuchar survived a brief challenge on Sunday afternoon to win the Memorial Tournament and collect his second victory of the PGA Tour season. Things did not go so well for Tiger Woods at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. While Kuchar...

 

DWP archaeologists uncover grim chapter in Owens Valley history

LONE PINE, Calif. - Oral histories of Native Americans and U.S. Cavalry records offer insights into a horrific massacre here in 1863: Thirty-five Paiute Indians were chased into Owens Lake by settlers and soldiers to drown or be gunned down. But the...

 

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