News archive from 15 July 2014, page 6

What are national experts and former players saying about the Cowboys heading into training camp?

The Dallas Cowboys are one of the NFL's most popular teams. Whether it's the middle of the summer or late in the winter, national pundits always feel the need to give their opinion on America's Team. Although it's still early, some writers are already...

Dallas News, 22:02 in Sport
 

COMING SOON: Dick’s Sporting Goods 1st new tenant at Cullman Shopping Center

CULLMAN - Developers have been working for more than a year on the pending revamp of Cullman Shopping Center, and now they've locked down the first new tenant. Dick's Sporting Goods has executed a lease for a "custom designed" retail store...

 
Miami Heat, Pat Riley not ready to write off Mario Chalmers

Miami Heat, Pat Riley not ready to write off Mario Chalmers

LeBron James barked at Mario Chalmers for four years. Then, in the end, Chalmers was sent to the bench with James’ blessing. In other words, you can count one guy, at least, who has already gotten over the news of James’ move back to...

 

‘TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp 2' searches for UK talent

Challenge TV in the UK announces the return of TNA Wrestling: British Boot Camp, a new series searching for the UK's next wrestling superstar. Commissioned with TNA Entertainment, this thrilling eight-part series will air exclusively on Challenge this...

 

What national experts and former players are saying about the Cowboys heading into training camp

The Dallas Cowboys are one of the NFL's most popular teams. Whether it's the middle of the summer or late in the winter, national pundits always feel the need to give their opinion on America's Team. Although it's still early, some writers are already...

Dallas News, 22:07 in Sport
 

Dodgers' Greinke will keep an eye on pitchers in free agency

MINNEAPOLIS -- When Jon Lester and Max Scherzer hit the free-agent market this fall, the Los Angeles Dodgers will have a lot at stake. The Dodgers might not bid for either pitcher. However, Zack Greinke can opt out of his Dodgers contract after next...

 
Greg Monroe's status: Resolution not in sight; Detroit Pistons remain patient

Greg Monroe's status: Resolution not in sight; Detroit Pistons remain patient

There was no news on the Greg Monroe front this afternoon, which is now No.■ 1 on Stan Van Gundy's to-do list. The Pistons' president of basketball operations and head coach still hoped to get Monroe in the fold, but he said it with a tad...

 

Celebrities sign up for SMU’s Tate lecture series

Political luminaries, a futurist and two national broadcasters are among the speakers for the 2014-15 Willis M. Tate Distinguished Lecture Series at Southern Methodist University. “The Tate lecture series and student forums are among the many...

 

Individuals buying stocks despite experts’ warnings

Main Street and Wall Street are moving in opposite directions. Individual investors are plowing money back into the U.S. stock market just as professional strategists say gains for this year are over. About $100 billion has been added to equity mutual...

 

Hit by metal theft, industries band together in Texas

For the metal recycling industry, theft is a vexing problem. Those in the industry say they are victims cast unfairly as villains. Thieves often target businesses and public utilities for the copper or aluminum in their equipment. Every year, metal...

 

Hit by metal theft, industries band together in Texas

For the metal recycling industry, theft is a vexing problem. Those in the industry say they are victims cast unfairly as villains. Thieves often target businesses and public utilities for the copper or aluminum in their equipment. Every year, metal...

 

Obama: US, China must work closer on NKorea threat

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama says the U.S. and China must improve their communication and coordination to address the nuclear threat from North Korea. Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping (shee jihn-peeng) spoke by phone on Monday. The U.S....

 

Schnurman: Finally, reform for payday loans?

If you want to fix something in Texas, go to Washington. At least that’s the case with payday lending, the practice of luring the working poor into a two-week loan that lasts for five months and costs an arm and a leg. Payday loans are marketed as a...

 

Landers: Data-driven predictions for better, less expensive health care

WASHINGTON — Physicians teamed with data-crunching statisticians are working some pretty eye-opening experiments. At Washington University in St. Louis, the medical school has a predictive tool for patients newly diagnosed with cancer. They can see...

 

Highland Park's Clayton Kershaw might be 'the best pitcher in the world' but he doesn't get All-Star start...

MINNEAPOLIS — The National League must be loaded in pitching talent. Clayton Kershaw, the dominating left-hander from Highland Park, was not good enough to get the start for the NL in the All-Star Game on Tuesday night at Target Field. In the first...

Dallas News, 22:34 in Sport
 

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