News archive from 11 September 2013

 State senate hires U.S. attorney who brought down Spitzer

 State senate hires U.S. attorney who brought down Spitzer

ALBANY--In a shot across the bow of Gov. Cuomo's anti-corruption commission, the state Senate has hired the former U.S. attorney who brought down Eliot Spitzer to represent the chamber during the panel's investigation. A Senate spokesman confirmed the...

 

UNDATED: Add 2014 Major League Schedule

Tampa Bay at Boston Seattle at N.Y. Yankees Toronto at Kansas City L.A. Dodgers at Minnesota Atlanta at Miami Milwaukee at Cincinnati N.Y. Mets at Colorado Oakland at Boston Tampa Bay at N.Y. Yankees Chicago White Sox at Cleveland Baltimore at...

 

2014 N.Y. Mets Schedule

March 31 Washington April 2 Washington April 3 Washington April 4 Cincinnati April 5 Cincinnati April 6 Cincinnati April 8 at Atlanta April 9 at Atlanta April 10 at Atlanta April 11 at L.A. Angels April 12 at L.A. Angels April 13 at L.A. Angels April...

 

McIlroy, Donald try to salvage a season

LAKE FOREST, Ill. -- Down to his last chance, Rory McIlroy knew this was no time to be riding the brakes. "I have to be aggressive," he said Tuesday. McIlroy wasn't gripping a golf club. He was behind the wheel of an electric BMW i3 in a...

 

Iowa Speedway CEO Fritz resigns

NEWTON, Iowa -- Iowa Speedway CEO Doug Fritz has resigned after two years on the job. The track announced Fritz's resignation Tuesday, saying he left to pursue another opportunity. Fritz attended Sunday's NASCAR Camping World Trucks series race, and...

 

Kanaan considering options for next season

INDIANAPOLIS -- Indianapolis 500 champion Tony Kanaan confirmed he talked with NASCAR team Joe Gibbs Racing as he contemplates his future — one that could be outside of IndyCar. Kanaan was one of six IndyCar drivers participating in a...

 

Czech coach Bilek resigns after loss at Italy

TURIN, Italy -- Czech Republic coach Michal Bilek has tendered his resignation after a 2-1 defeat in Italy left the team with little chance of qualifying for the 2014 World Cup. Immediately after the match on Tuesday, Bilek says "I wanted to stay...

 
WR Paul Richardson leads nation in receiving

WR Paul Richardson leads nation in receiving

BOULDER, Colo. -- Colorado Buffaloes junior wideout Paul Richardson leads the nation in yards receiving as he returns from a torn left ACL. Richardson actually believes he's even speedier since his return from an injury that kept him sidelined all...

 

Macomb County board takes aim at Hackel's proposed $191 million budget

More staff for the Macomb County clerk and prosecutor offices, more funds for veteran services and more money to restore meal services for senior citizens. Those are some of the proposed amendments for enhanced services for Macomb County residents in...

 

State, unions divided on coordinated bargaining

LANSING - Six weeks into negotiating the next round of state workers' labor contracts, Michigan union leaders are crying foul over the number of people they can have at the bargaining table. Leaders of the five state employee unions want to negotiate...

 

Trial for accused killer of NFL star Sean Taylor delayed

The trial for the young man accused of fatally shooting former NFL star Sean Taylor at his Palmetto Bay home in November 2007 is being delayed again. A Miami-Dade courts spokeswoman on Tuesday said scheduling conflicts have pushed back the murder...

 

Detroit Tigers lineup: Torii Hunter takes night off as Rick Porcello faces Chicago White Sox

The Detroit Tigers hope to get a little bit more out of Miguel Cabrera tonight than they did Monday night when they play the Chicago White Sox at 8:10 p.m. at U.S. Cellular Field. Cabrera was ejected from Monday's 5-1 loss during his first at-bat,...

 

PREP FOOTBALL: Vinemont’s Boland, Evans among local players noticed by ASWA

CULLMAN - First it was Week 5. Then Week 3. Then Week 2. No matter the date, all Tyler Boland knew when his doctor gave him the the all-clear to "Go play football," was that he planned to do just that. The senior superstar then made the most...

 

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: Report: Ok St players took thousands from boosters

STILLWATER, Okla. - Boosters and assistant coaches at Oklahoma State handed out tens of thousands of dollars to players for at least a decade as the program grew into a national power under coaches Les Miles and then Mike Gundy, according to a Sports...

 

ECU football: Justin Hardy continues to rise through record book

GREENVILLE On Saturdays – and occasional Thursdays – elusive East Carolina wide receiver Justin Hardy has become a master of all patterns en route to becoming one of Conference USA's best offensive weapons. However, when it comes...

 

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