News archive from 10 October 2015

Anti-Islam rallies across USA making Muslims wary

Anti-Islam rallies across USA making Muslims wary

A DC mosque prepares for the possibility of large and disruptive protests this weekend. Masjid Muhammed discussed the anti-Islam protests with the FBI late last week. Organizers are planning about 20 anti-Muslim rallies this weekend across the USA,...

 
Week 5 NFL injuries: Marshawn Lynch remains sidelined for Seahawks

Week 5 NFL injuries: Marshawn Lynch remains sidelined for Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will miss his second straight game Sunday as he continues to recover from hamstring and calf injuries. Seattle may also be without Lynch's backup, Fred Jackson, who is questionable after spraining his ankle...

Usa Today, 19:25 in Sport
 
Jobs, raises, bonuses part of UAW-Fiat Chrysler deal

Jobs, raises, bonuses part of UAW-Fiat Chrysler deal

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' entry-level workers would earn $29 an hour after eight years, putting them at par in 2023 or sooner with their senior colleagues and eliminating the much-hated two-tier pay scale under a new proposed tentative agreement....

 
Royals rally twice in Game 2, even ALDS with Astros

Royals rally twice in Game 2, even ALDS with Astros

KANSAS CITY --  Breaking down the American League Division Series Game 2 at Kauffman Stadium.  Royals 5, Astros 4:  The series is tied, 1-1. State of the series: After a travel day Saturday, the series resumes in Houston on Sunday with Astros ace...

Usa Today, 19:36 in Sport
 

Gov. Walker pens sharp retort to House speaker's criticism of special session

Alaska Gov. Bill Walker sent a sharp retort Friday to House Speaker Mike Chenault, R-Nikiski, following an opinion piece Chenault published last week that criticized Walker’s approach to a special legislative session on a natural gas pipeline....

 
Rangers the heavyweights in ALDS after knocking off Blue Jays in 14 innings

Rangers the heavyweights in ALDS after knocking off Blue Jays in 14 innings

TORONTO — The Texas Rangers hand out their own player of the game award in the clubhouse, a replica world heavyweight title belt, that sat prominently — and unexpectedly — in the locker of Hanser Alberto six hours after the first pitch of Game 2 of...

Usa Today, 21:09 in Sport
 
Infamous ‘Torso-Nurse’ killer up for parole in Kentucky

Infamous ‘Torso-Nurse’ killer up for parole in Kentucky

CINCINNATI — Wayne Hetteberg saw a lot as a homicide detective, but he has never shaken off the first look he had at the mutilated corpse of Diane Camm nearly 40 years ago. A torso with head attached. Eyes colorless because the remains were frozen. “I...

 

Alaska team wins, loses on first day of Arizona baseball tournament

Playing in front of an audience that included several college coaches and Major League Baseball scouts, the Alaska Baseball Academy won a game and lost a game Thursday at the Arizona Senior Fall Classic. More than 400 college coaches and 100 MLB...

 
Reports: Shia LaBeouf arrested in Texas

Reports: Shia LaBeouf arrested in Texas

Shia LaBeouf is in trouble with the law again. An eyewitness photo on Twitter shows the actor being arrested in Austin, Texas on Friday evening, where the Austin City Limits music festival is taking place. The actor was on 6th Street outside of a bar...

 
John Lackey, Cardinals shut out Cubs in Game 1 of NLDS

John Lackey, Cardinals shut out Cubs in Game 1 of NLDS

ST. LOUIS -- Breaking down National League Division Series Game 1: Cardinals 4, Cubs 0: Cardinals lead series 1 game to 0. *State of the Series: The Cardinals felt an urgency to win Game 1, believing that a loss could have been devastating to their...

Usa Today, 22:03 in Sport
 
Out-of-date address leads N.J. to block Sandy aid

Out-of-date address leads N.J. to block Sandy aid

Mark Jameson is locked in a dispute about where he lived when his Brick home was flooded by Sandy. He says he moved into the one-time vacation home in 2010 during a divorce, but the state doesn't believe him. STAFF VIDEO BY THOMAS P. COSTELLO ASBURY...

 
Pushed to the brink, Royals fight back, tie ALDS against Astros

Pushed to the brink, Royals fight back, tie ALDS against Astros

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Houston Astros seemed to seize control of Friday's Game 2 of their Division Series matchup against the Royals behind a second-inning rally reminiscent of the type that seemed to propel the Kansas City club deep into the...

Usa Today, 22:41 in Sport
 
Anchorage land use plan shouldn't put homeowners in the shade

Anchorage land use plan shouldn't put homeowners in the shade

Homeowners beware. Anchorage's developers are about to eliminate another important "quality of life" standard that affects our access to daylight. At the same time they are raising the height limits of big apartment buildings to be allowed...

 
A 'New Northern Forum' can complement Arctic Council, increase local leadership

A 'New Northern Forum' can complement Arctic Council, increase local leadership

The Northern Forum – a nonprofit, international association – was formally established in 1991 with 11 regional members from nine northern countries. Its intent upon forming was to improve the quality of life of northern peoples by providing northern...

 

Chris Thompson: How diverse are Alaska religious groups?

In July, Pew Research released a new analysis of data from their 2014 Religious Landscape study. Twenty-nine religious groups were categorized by racial diversity, including percent of adherents by race and Herfindahl-Hirschman Index, widely used by...

 
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