News archive from 10 September 2012, page 14

Look past Miami Dolphins score to see positives

Look past Miami Dolphins score to see positives

HOUSTON -- The big tease lasted all of one and a half quarters here Sunday as the Dolphins began their 47th season. Miami led and looked good, and all of those doom-saying experts looked bad. Rookie quarterback Ryan Tannehill was in command. Reggie...

 
Mariners swept, Milone pitches Oakland to 4-2 win

Mariners swept, Milone pitches Oakland to 4-2 win

SEATTLE -- The Seattle Mariners are witness to the formula for winning baseball: Good pitching, along with home runs with guys on base. It's a simple formula, but unfortunately for the Mariners, they were not in the mix. That was the way the Oakland...

 
Pelham Police confirm death investigation on Chandabrook Dr. in Pelham, keep details to a minimum

Pelham Police confirm death investigation on Chandabrook Dr. in Pelham, keep details to a minimum

File PhotoPelham Police have confirmed an ongoing death investigation at the 2400 block of Chandabrook Dr. Pelham Police Capt. Larry Palmer confirmed that units are working an investigation, but said that he cannot release details at this time. Palmer...

 

Panthers-Bucs: Five Plays That Mattered

The Munnerlyn penalty The setup: Panthers punting on fourth-and-4 from their 26, 3:56 remaining in first quarter. What happened: Captain Munnerlyn, in gunner position on punt team, runs over Sammie Stroughter, who had called for fair catch. The...

 

Panthers do little to evoke hope

TAMPA Thud. An NFL season built on great expectations began in sobering fashion for the Carolina Panthers, who were beaten 16-10 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday at Raymond James Stadium. A Carolina offense considered by many to be among the...

 

Up next for Bears: Packers

Quick look: The Packers are the measuring stick for the Bears. They will always be second best in the NFC North, at best, if they can't beat the Packers. The Packers, meanwhile, need to re-establish they still are king. They did not appear very royal...

 

NL roundup: Nationals lose series finale to Marlins 8-0

WASHINGTON - Ricky Nolasco tossed a four-hitter to shut out Washington for the second time in two weeks and Giancarlo Stanton homered for the third straight day to lead the Miami Marlins to an 8-0 win over the Nationals on Sunday. Nolasco also doubled...

 
After gaining his freedom, immigrant pushes others to keep fighting

After gaining his freedom, immigrant pushes others to keep fighting

Claudio Rojas was so desperate for his freedom at one point that he felt only God could help.. “When you see that some doors are closed, you have to look for another way,” he says. “I made a pact with the Lord. I...

 

Tropical Storm Leslie slowly moves past Bermuda

Hamilton, Bermuda - Tropical Storm Leslie's outer bands buffeted Bermuda with gusty winds and rain Sunday as it slowly edged past the wary British enclave on a path that was expected to take it to Canada's Newfoundland later in the week.The government...

 

Arizona Diamondbacks' Kirk Gibson: Hard slides are 'part of game'

SAN DIEGO - The Diamondbacks have been making a habit of sliding hard into second base to break up double plays, but manager Kirk Gibson says his team is no different than any other in that regard, adding that there is never an intent to injure....

AZCentral, 21:43 in Sport
 

Steelers, Broncos scoreless after first quarter

By Ed Bouchette / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette DENVER -- A conservative Steelers offense had trouble getting started in the season opener as they ended a scoreless first quarter with the Denver Broncos tonight. As sluggish as the Steelers offense looked,...

 
Bringing the smells of war home, via virtual reality

Bringing the smells of war home, via virtual reality

On an Orlando college campus, veterans and active duty soldiers suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder inhale the unmistakable smell of burning tires, rotting garbage and Middle Eastern spices as part of a virtual reality treatment for the...

 

Believers called on to vote with faith

In front of hundreds of people in uptown Charlotte and thousands across the country, Christian leaders called on believers Sunday night to “pray, prepare and participate” in November's presidential election. “iPledge...

 

Voters will have long ballots to fill out on Election Day

TALLAHASSEE -- Brace yourselves, Florida voters: The election ballot you'll see this fall is longer than ever. It's so long that voters will have to fill out multiple sheets with races on both sides, then feed those multiple pages through ballot...

 
Mitt Romney and Barack Obama aim at swing voters on health care

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama aim at swing voters on health care

View full sizePresident Barack Obama greets supporters at a campaign event, Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012, in Melbourne, Fla. (AP Photo/John Raoux) BOSTON - With swing voters in his sights, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney is tacking toward the...

 

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