News archive from 6 March 2014

2013-14 AP NE Inland All-District boys, girls

COLUMBUS, Ohio -- The 2014 Associated Press Northeast Inland All-District boys and girls high school basketball teams, as selected by a media panel from the district: BOYS DIVISION I FIRST TEAM: Mitchell Spotleson, Uniontown Lake, 6-foot-5, senior,...

 

Recap: Seattle vs. Cleveland

Peoria, AZ (SportsNetwork.com) - Francisco Lindor hit an RBI double and scored on Carlos Moncrief's triple to highlight a three-run ninth inning Wednesday that lifted the Cleveland Indians to an 8-5 win over the Seattle Mariners in spring training....

 
Greg Cote: Tiger Woods goes from big dog to underdog

Greg Cote: Tiger Woods goes from big dog to underdog

How fitting that Eldrick Tont Woods kept Doral, the PGA Tour and the World Golf Championships waiting on whether he would be cruising the refashioned Blue Monster this week before finally committing Wednesday. Not even Donald Trump's billions could...

 

Despite false trial testimony, Miami judge upholds 24-year sentence for crack-cocaine offender

In a rare move, both defense attorneys and federal prosecutors urged a Miami judge to throw out the 24-year prison sentence of a West Palm Beach man convicted of crack-cocaine dealing based largely on the tainted testimony of a now-disgraced police...

 
Rory McIlroy looks to put Honda Classic disappointment behind him at WGC Cadillac Championship  

Rory McIlroy looks to put Honda Classic disappointment behind him at WGC Cadillac Championship  

DORAL, Fla. - Rory McIlroy loves what Donald Trump has done to the Blue Monster. The room décor at the resort? Not so much. "I'm staying in this Tiger Woods Villa here and there's pictures all over my room of him," McIlroy said at his...

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Trinidad stops members of Jewish sect from Canada

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad Immigration officers in Trinidad say they have prevented members of an ultra-orthodox Jewish group from Canada from flying to Guatemala. Trinidad's security ministry said Wednesday that members of Quebec's Lev Tahor sect...

 
Alzheimer's disease kills more Americans than previously thought: study

Alzheimer's disease kills more Americans than previously thought: study

Nearly half a million elderly Americans likely died from Alzheimer's disease in 2010, a figure almost six times higher than previous estimates of annual deaths, according to a new study released on Wednesday. The Centers for Disease Control and...

 
Top golfers try to tame a redesigned Monster at Doral

Top golfers try to tame a redesigned Monster at Doral

So, there's a new Blue at the Trump National Doral Resort greeting the golfers at the World Golf Championships-Cadillac Championship. … Well, what do you know? Nothing. Four-time Doral winner and defending champion Tiger Woods doesn't know...

 

Braun homers again as Brewers beat Athletics 7-2

PHOENIX -- Ryan Braun hit his second homer of the spring and added a single to help the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Oakland Athletics 7-2 on Wednesday. Braun raised his batting average from .800 to .875 with the hits and now has seven hits in his first...

 

“Who did this to Peter and why?”: Family seeks answers in slaying

The family of a 19-year-old fatally shot at a Huntersville apartment complex on Feb. 19 pleaded for help Wednesday in finding who killed him. “WHO DID THIS TO PETER AND WHY?” the family of Peter Michael Jordan asked in a...

 

Oxford Aldi to open March 19

The discount grocery store Aldi will open the doors to its Oxford location March 19, the company announced recently. According to a release emailed to The Star, Aldi officials will hold a grand opening ceremony at the store, at 75 Holmes St. The event...

 
Oxford woman charged with chemically endangering a child

Oxford woman charged with chemically endangering a child

slideshow An Oxford woman was in the Calhoun County Jail on Wednesday on a charge that she chemically endangered her child in February, according to state court records that became available Tuesday. According to a warrant for her arrest, Kristen...

 
Curbside recycling to be started if enough local residents sign up

Curbside recycling to be started if enough local residents sign up

slideshow Clayton Angell said he knows why recycling hasn’t caught on in Anniston: The city didn’t see the need for it. The longtime resident said Anniston used to have a recycling program in the mid-’90s, but after costs went up for the service, the...

 

Trinidad stops members of Jewish sect from Canada

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Trinidad -- Immigration officers in Trinidad say they have prevented members of an ultra-orthodox Jewish group from Canada from flying to Guatemala. Trinidad's security ministry said Wednesday that members of Quebec's Lev Tahor sect...

 

Greg Stoda: After miraculous turnaround, Red Sox realize there are no shortcuts back to World Series

JUPITER, Fla. -- The Red Sox are here! The Red Sox are here! The Red Sox are here! Not in full, but the uniforms say what they say. The biggest Boston names stayed over in Fort Myers, skipping the two-day visit to Roger Dean Stadium (Wednesday vs. St....

 

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