News archive from 22 July 2012, page 17

Dodgers might be cooling on Dempster

ST. LOUIS - A report on fosxports.com said the Dodgers are "unlikely" to come up with a package for Ryan Dempster, though they remain interested in Matt Garza, who left Saturday's game after three innings with cramping in his right triceps....

 

Elite wrestler Oliver Pierce set to make his mark under center for Allen football

The night before an Allen football game, senior quarterback Oliver Pierce will be with teammates feasting on a pregame dinner. The night before Pierce wrestled for junior national titles in Fargo, N.D., this summer, he took his solitary run to make...

Dallas News, 22:19 in Sport
 

Bustamante case highlights weaknesses in O.C.'s handling of workplace issues

Just months before he was handcuffed and taken to jail, Carlos Bustamante was his usual relaxed, confident self when he joined a couple of his Santa Ana City Council colleagues for a boxing match at the Phoenix Club. As he walked into the packed arena...

 

Venice boardwalk zip line project stalls

Venice beachgoers eager to speed over the boardwalk on a proposed zip line will have to wait. Originally slated to open July 1, the zip line has been delayed, thanks in part to an appeal filed earlier this month by Venice resident Gail Rogers, said...

 

NY cop shoots and kills son in hotel, troopers say

OLD FORGE, N.Y. (AP) — State troopers say a police officer in New York shot and killed his son, mistaking him for an intruder.Troopers say Parry Police Department Officer Michael Leach called 911 to report the shooting early Saturday. He was staying...

Chron, 22:19 in World News
 
ACC full of returning talent

ACC full of returning talent

The ACC season will kick off Aug. 31 when N.C. State faces Tennessee in Atlanta, but for fans, college football gets going in earnest this week, with the annual Pigskin Preview on Thursday — as well as a hearing in the media lawsuit against...

 
Saturday's MLB notebook: Cubs starter Matt Garza leaves with injury

Saturday's MLB notebook: Cubs starter Matt Garza leaves with injury

St. Louis- Chicago Cubs starter Matt Garza was taken out after working three scoreless innings against the St. Louis Cardinals with cramping in his right triceps, an injury that wasn't obvious and prompted speculation that he had been traded.The Cubs...

 

Recap: Columbus vs. D.C.

Chris Birchall helped Columbus Crew snap a two-game losing streak Saturday, nabbing the lone goal in a 1-0 defeat of D.C. United at Crew Stadium. The telling strike came early on in the second half as Birchall latched on to a brilliant through ball...

 
Syria rebels' gains in Damascus surprise even them

Syria rebels' gains in Damascus surprise even them

In the video, two camouflage-clad rebel fighters crouch behind a dumpster firing their rifles as cars drive by at casual, everyday speeds. In the distance, impatient drivers honk as if the revolution had not arrived on this street in southern...

 

A look at the lives of Colorado shooting victims

AURORA, Colo. (AP) — The victims of a deadly shooting rampage during a midnight showing of "The Dark Knight Rises" included a military veteran and a 6-year-old girl. There also was an aspiring sports journalist and a man one day from his...

Chron, 22:19 in World News
 

Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr: Not the Joe Paterno I knew

SOUTH BEND, Ind. Former Michigan coach Lloyd Carr says he's not qualified to offer an opinion on whether a statue of Joe Paterno on the Penn State campus should be taken down in the wake of the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Carr made his comments Saturday...

 
Scott snatches lead from Snedeker at British Open

Scott snatches lead from Snedeker at British Open

Lytham St. Annes, England- The ball tumbled over the edge of a pot bunker and appeared to put Adam Scott in the worst spot he had been all day at the British Open.All he saw was opportunity. From the wet sand right of the 17th green, Scott had to...

 

Kentucky Wildcats coach Calipari keeps eyes on potential recruits

LEXINGTON, Ky. John Calipari has been keeping his eye on potential recruits at this week's Nike Peach Jam in South Carolina. The Lexington Herald-Leader reports (http://bit.ly/MOVj3p) 2014 star Andrew Wiggins has laid claim to the title "best...

 

How to do a small-town job search

A lot of career advice targets job seekers in moderate-size or large cities, which typically provide more job opportunities. But those hoping to secure work in rural communities will find that securing work in smaller, tight-knit communities often...

 

Network into a new job

Dear J.T. & Dale: I am currently employed but am very unhappy with the unpaid hours that are expected. I've been submitting my resume to job postings on the Web, and I would like to attend an upcoming job fair and meet employers "in...

 

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