News archive from 4 November 2014

Eddie Sefko answers Mavericks questions at 1 p.m. Wednesday; ask yours now

Eddie Sefko, Mavericks beat writer for SportsDayDFW.com and The Dallas Morning News, answers your questions about the team in a live chat at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Ask your questions in the ScribbleLive module below, and Eddie will discuss them for an hour...

Dallas News, 19:06 in Sport
 

APNewsBreak: Russia boycotts nuclear meeting

VIENNA U.S. and European officials say Russia has boycotted a meeting planning the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit, in a potentially serious blow to U.S.-led efforts to reduce the threat of nuclear terrorism. It was not immediately clear whether Russia's...

 
Cleburne County Voting for more than 60 years

Cleburne County Voting for more than 60 years

HEFLIN — Bill Wise, 92, can’t remember the year he cast his first vote, but he remembers it was an absentee ballot he sent in when he was serving in the Air Force. “I didn’t know the people I was voting for, so I voted the Republican side,” Wise...

 

City of Anniston, RMC board to continue mediation through phone, email

City of Anniston officials plan to mediate with the Regional Medical Center board through phone and email to settle their recent legal disputes in lieu of meeting together like last week. Bruce Downey, city attorney, said city representatives will...

 
Statewide fundraiser underway to keep Battleship North Carolina afloat

Statewide fundraiser underway to keep Battleship North Carolina afloat

It will take nearly $17 million to prolong the life of the historic World War II battleship that has been a floating veterans memorial, living classroom and economic driver for the state for more than 50 years. Docked across the Cape Fear River from...

 
Jacksonville school resource officer staying on duty after retirement

Jacksonville school resource officer staying on duty after retirement

JACKSONVILLE — Monday, on one of the first cold mornings of the school year, Duff Manners donned a navy coat and stood at a crosswalk at Kitty Stone Elementary School directing traffic. In his 16th year as a school resource officer, Manners greeted...

 

Election Day means change to NC voters, Congress

RALEIGH, N.C. Election day is Tuesday. Here are the key things to know before heading to the polls in North Carolina: CARE OR CONFUSION? Polls will be open on Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Voters may be surprised by changes approved last year by...

 

Your guide to today's election

→ Online Voters Guide: Find out about national, state and local races and more at charlotteobserver.com/voter. Follow the Observer: Get real-time coverage at www.charlotteobserver.com/politics. → Election Day At stake: U.S. Senate,...

 
Playoffs?! 5 things the Carolina Panthers must do to reach the postseason

Playoffs?! 5 things the Carolina Panthers must do to reach the postseason

Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera is right in saying his team is still in the thick of things in the NFC South, which says more about the division than how the Panthers have played. Carolina (3-5-1) lost a key divisional game to New Orleans (4-4)...

 
In fact, Oscar is abuzz about Eddie Redmayne in 'Theory'

In fact, Oscar is abuzz about Eddie Redmayne in 'Theory'

LOS ANGELES — Eddie Redmayne is no stranger to the Oscars. "It was a very odd experience," says the actor of his appearance on the 2013 Academy Awards stage, when he sang One Day More with the cast of Les Misérables. Under director Tom...

 
How Eddie Redmayne became Stephen Hawking

How Eddie Redmayne became Stephen Hawking

LOS ANGELES — Eddie Redmayne has already been Stephen Hawking, Marilyn Monroe's young lover and a rebel leader from Les Misérables. So for Halloween, following an appearance at a Hollywood black-tie event, he threw on a mask and headed out with...

 
Childs, who helped 'glue' communities, dies at 71

Childs, who helped 'glue' communities, dies at 71

One of Calhoun County’s cooler heads, Barbara C. Childs spent her life building communities. She served two terms as vice president of the Anniston school board, helping to lay the educational foundation of that community. She also co-published the...

 
Illustrator draws on the Boss for 'Outlaw Pete' book

Illustrator draws on the Boss for 'Outlaw Pete' book

When the cartoonist Frank Caruso first heard Outlaw Pete, from Bruce Springsteen's 2009 album Working on a Dream, he immediately pictured the song — a starkly cinematic account of a man whose life of crime begins at 6 months old, when he robs a bank —...

 

Gosselin: Big 12 and Big 10 have a similar problem

SportsDay columnist Rick "Goose" Gosselin hosted a chat Monday morning to talk everything sports. Here are some of the highlights: Question: What do you think happens if Baylor and TCU win out? How does that affect each team's playoff...

Dallas News, 19:50 in Sport
 

Police searching for missing elementary school student

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police are trying to find an elementary school student who walked off the campus of Reid Park Elementary school Monday morning. Damari Mobley was last seen wearing a blue polo shirt and khaki pants. He's 4-foot-9, 105 pounds with...

 

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