News archive from 15 July 2014, page 4

Hornets Notebook: Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens used to babysit Cody Zeller

LAS VEGAS A decade ago, now-Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens was a Butler assistant. Among his responsibilities: Babysitting. Back then, Butler was recruiting Luke Zeller, Cody's oldest brother. Cody would tag along on Luke's recruiting visits to...

 

Zinke, Lewis raise combined $678,000 since mid-May

HELENA, Mont. -- Republican Ryan Zinke has raised more money and spent more money since mid-May than his Democratic opponent John Lewis in the race for Montana's lone U.S. House seat. Zinke says he raised nearly $405,000 since May 15, while Lewis...

 
Derek Jeter the center of attention in his final All-Star Game appearance

Derek Jeter the center of attention in his final All-Star Game appearance

MINNEAPOLIS -- A middle-school teacher and Red Sox fan sitting among a crowd of baseball writers at the All-Star Game festivities Monday afternoon had some advice for National League starting pitcher Adam Wainwright. “Let him hit...

 

Alex Rodriguez sued for alleged unpaid legal fees

NEW YORK -- Alex Rodriguez faces a new challenge: He is being sued by his own lawyer. Attorney David Cornwell's law firm filed papers Monday in Manhattan federal court saying the New York Yankees star owes more than $380,000 related to their work...

 

Report: Mavericks in race for sharpshooting veteran Mike Miller

The Dallas Mavericks aren't done courting sharpshooters. ESPN's Marc Stein reported Monday night the Mavs, along with the Houston Rockets, have 'barged into' the race for Mike Miller, a 34-year-old forward-guard hybrid who averaged 7.1 points per game...

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Mexican president signs law restricting telecoms

MEXICO CITY -- Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has signed into law a communications overhaul with tough restrictions on dominant companies in the telephone and television sectors. The bill signed by Pena Nieto on Monday imposes fee limits and...

 

Tomic wins Bogota opener

Bogota, Colombia (SportsNetwork.com) - Australian wild card Bernard Tomic won his opening-round match Monday at the Claro Open Colombia. Tomic defeated Uzbekistsan's Farrukh Dustov by a 6-3, 6-3 margin. American Alex Kuznetsov and Guido Pella of...

 

Bolivia: Morales officially candidate for 3rd term

LA PAZ, Bolivia Bolivian President Evo Morales' candidacy for a third consecutive term is now official. Bolivia's electoral council announced Monday that the Andean nation's first indigenous president will be on the Oct. 12 ballot. The 54-year-old...

 

Emmert paid $1.7 million as NCAA revenues increase

INDIANAPOLIS -- NCAA President Mark Emmert received $1.707 million in compensation in 2012-13, a year in which the governing body turned a $32 million profit. The figures come from the NCAA's latest tax returns, which were released Monday. Jim Isch,...

 

Seattle council passes new rules on rideshare cars

SEATTLE -- The Seattle City Council on Monday passed new rules regulating rideshare companies, allowing them to operate in the city without a limit on the number of cars. Monday's vote comes a week after the council repealed rules it passed four...

 

Tupac Shakur musical to close Sunday on Broadway

NEW YORK -- Tupac Shakur fans, keep ya head up: The Broadway musical "Holler If Ya Hear Me" that uses songs from one of hip-hop's greatest artists is closing after less than two months. Producers said late Monday that the show will close...

 

Bolivia: Morales officially candidate for 3rd term

LA PAZ, Bolivia -- Bolivian President Evo Morales' candidacy for a third consecutive term is now official. Bolivia's electoral council announced Monday that the Andean nation's first indigenous president will be on the Oct. 12 ballot. The 54-year-old...

 

JCSU president Ronald Carter to receive Luminary Award

Ronald Carter has won The Charlotte Post Foundation's lifetime achievement award, traditionally given to people with a long history in the community, after only six years in the city. Carter came to Charlotte in 2008 to be president of Johnson C....

 
Utley would rather remain in Philadelphia.

Utley would rather remain in Philadelphia.

MINNEAPOLIS -- Chase Utley would prefer to remain with the Philadelphia Phillies, the team that drafted him 14 years ago. With the Phillies last in the NL East at 42-53, it's possible the team might try to deal veterans for prospects before the July...

 

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