News archive from 9 September 2013, page 17

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MOUNT OLIVE CARES 5K : Sept. 14, Mount Olive Lutheran Church, 2780 N. Center St., Hickory. 5K at 8:30 a.m. Registration: $20 for 5K and fun run. Information: 828-324-6198 or visit mtolutheran.org or leetiming s.com. MOORESVILLE FIRE AND RESCUE 9/11...

 

Following disastrous BYU game, new Longhorns defensive coordinator Greg Robinson has head start in...

AUSTIN -- A day after Texas allowed the most rushing yards in its history in a loss to BYU, coach Mack Brown fired defensive coordinator Manny Diaz. Greg Robinson, the co-defensive coordinator for the 2004 Rose Bowl team who had been working as...

Dallas News, 09:57 in Sport
 
Gov. Cuomo says Mayor Bloomberg’s ‘racist’ comments about Bill de Blasio were ‘unnecessary and inflammatory’ 

Gov. Cuomo says Mayor Bloomberg’s ‘racist’ comments about Bill de Blasio were ‘unnecessary and inflammatory’ 

ALBANY — Gov. Cuomo on Sunday ripped Mayor Bloomberg's remarks that Bill de Blasio is running a "racist" mayoral campaign as "unnecessary and inflammatory." Cuomo, at a tailgating event in Buffalo, told reporters that "the...

 

Duke QB out indefinitely with broken collarbone

DURHAM, N.C. Duke quarterback Anthony Boone is out indefinitely with a broken collarbone. Coach David Cutcliffe said Sunday that Boone does not need surgery to repair the broken bone but has no timetable for his return. Boone broke his collarbone in...

 

Live chat: Talk with SportsDay columnist Rick Gosselin at 11 a.m.; ask your questions now

Rick Gosselin, sports columnist for The Dallas Morning News and SportsDayDFW.com and member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame  selection committee, answers your questions about the Cowboys, Rangers, Mavericks and Stars in a live chat at 11 a.m. Monday....

Dallas News, 09:57 in Sport
 
Strong second half helps Miami Dolphins put away Browns

Strong second half helps Miami Dolphins put away Browns

CLEVELAND -- The defense, as usual, did its part. But it did its part plenty a year ago, and all that got the Dolphins was a fourth- consecutive losing season. No, if the Dolphins hope to end their playoff drought, the offense is going to need to hold...

 

Heels, Irish tie in ACC opener

NOTRE DAME, Ind. Tyler Engel scored his third goal in as many games and No. 1 North Carolina tied No. 4 Notre Dame 1-1 Sunday. Engel put Carolina (2-0-1) ahead in the 18th minute with a strong individual effort. He controlled the ball outside the...

 
Arsenio, a Queen and a ‘Skinny Girl' give talk shows a try

Arsenio, a Queen and a ‘Skinny Girl' give talk shows a try

Every year, new hosts enter the talk show game with the highest of hopes. And every year, most of those fail. The latest victims of viewer uninterest: Jeff Probst, who didn't turn out to be a daytime survivor, and Ricki Lake, whose comeback attempt...

 

Cowlishaw: Strange, unique circumstances led to Cowboys win

ARLINGTON — You knew it was going to take something not just special but truly unique for the Cowboys to knock off the New York Giants here, something more than just a name change to AT&T Stadium. And, in fact, Sunday night's 36-31 Cowboys victory...

Dallas News, 09:57 in Sport
 
More milestones for our students

More milestones for our students

Since 1960, Miami Dade College has been a beacon of hope for students who couldn't afford to attend a four-year university or simply wanted to stay in South Florida. Today, with more than 175,000 students attending MDC, it continues to be the largest...

 

Celebrities LeBron James, Chris Christie and Hulk Hogan watch, cheer for Cowboys

The owner of “America’s Team” will have plenty of diverse company in his suite this evening for the Dallas Cowboys’ season-opener against the New York Giants. Jerry Jones’ guest list reportedly includes New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and country...

Dallas News, 09:57 in Sport
 

Max McCaffrey continues the family tradition at Duke

DURHAM One of Max McCaffrey's earliest football memories is the 1999 Super Bowl, when the Denver Broncos beat the Atlanta Falcons. Max's father, Ed, was a wide receiver for the Broncos, and after the game ended, young Max was running around on the...

 
Sochi asks IOC to help stop gay law 'speculation'

Sochi asks IOC to help stop gay law 'speculation'

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina -- The head of the Sochi Olympics asked the IOC on Sunday to help "stop this campaign and this speculation" related to the anti-gay law that has been overshadowing preparations for next year's Winter Games in Russia....

 
Experts in education field offer advice for the city's next mayor

Experts in education field offer advice for the city's next mayor

After a dozen years of school reform under Mayor Bloomberg, the future direction of city public schools hangs in the balance. The self-professed “education mayor” secured resources for his policy priority. The year Bloomberg entered office, the...

 
Nyad's team responds to skeptics doubting her swim

Nyad's team responds to skeptics doubting her swim

MIAMI Diana Nyad's 110-mile swim from Cuba to Florida has generated positive publicity and adoration for the 64-year-old endurance athlete — along with skepticism from some members of the small community of marathon swimmers who are...

 

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