News archive from 26 February 2014

Panthers lose a rudder in retiring tackle Jordan Gross

One of the classiest Carolina Panthers ever will walk out the doors of Bank of America Stadium for the last time as a player Wednesday, when Jordan Gross says goodbye. The offensive tackle played 11 years in the NFL, all with Carolina. He bookended...

 

Erdogan overheard telling son to get rid of cash as Turkey corruption probe takes new twist

ISTANBUL The corruption scandal surrounding Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan erupted again Tuesday after telephone wiretaps surfaced in which he purportedly instructed his son to get rid of enormous sums of cash the family was keeping in...

 

Miami Hurricanes offensive lineman in UM Hospital after workout

Redshirt freshman offensive lineman Hunter Knighton is unconscious and in University of Miami Hospital after a Monday workout session at the school, two sources close to UM said Tuesday. Knighton, who was brought to UM Hospital on Monday, is from...

 

ALABAMA BASKETBALL: Reasons for Tide’s issues include Nos. 1, 2 and 6

TUSCALOOSA - Alabama's record says plenty about the season's challenges. But so do the latest national rankings. The Crimson Tide (11-16, 5-9 Southeastern Conference) enters Wednesday night's visit to Mississippi (16-11, 7-7) already assured of its...

 
Erdogan overheard telling son to get rid of cash as Turkey corruption probe takes new twist

Erdogan overheard telling son to get rid of cash as Turkey corruption probe takes new twist

ISTANBUL -- The corruption scandal surrounding Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan erupted again Tuesday after telephone wiretaps surfaced in which he purportedly instructed his son to get rid of enormous sums of cash the family was keeping in...

 

In season: Think of kale as cabbage light

Kale, a staple this time of year, is such an easy green to prepare. Think of it as cabbage light. Probably the tenderest variety is dinosaur or lacinato kale, whose narrow, nubbly, dark green leaves resemble reptilian skin. Green kale and red kale...

 

Health insurer reaches milestone ahead of schedule

DES MOINES, Iowa -- A West Des Moines nonprofit insurance provider set up to sell insurance under nation's new health care overhaul plan says it has surpassed 50,000 individual and group members, a milestone that wasn't expected for at least two...

 

Judge rejects lawsuit over Cuba's 1996 shoot-down

The brother of one of the South Florida pilots shot down and killed by Cuban MiGs 18 years ago says he will pursue his lawsuit demanding that U.S. prosecutors submit evidence of murder against Fidel and Raúl Castro to a grand jury....

 

Brown on Sixers' struggles: 'Part of the deal'

The horn sounded Tuesday afternoon, ending the Philadelphia 76ers' 90-minute practice session and sending the dozen players toward a corner of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine practice court. The players readied to stretch with large...

 

Knicks guard Raymond Felton arraigned on two gun charges

NEW YORK Raymond Felton, the New York Knicks point guard, was arraigned on two gun possession charges after turning himself in early Tuesday, police said. The arrest of Felton, who has struggled this season on the court, came hours after the Knicks...

 

Braves agree to 1-year deals with 19 players

Lake Buena Vista, FL (SportsNetwork.com) - The Atlanta Braves and 19 players have agreed to terms on one-year contracts, the team announced Tuesday. Among the players were 11 pitchers: right-handers David Carpenter, Cory Gearrin, David Hale, Juan...

 

Lane lays out path for Independence, as well as his future

MINT HILL After watching 6-foot-4 forward Deion Lane play for a few years, Independence boys' basketball coach Preston Davis was convinced that Lane could play in college. There was one problem: Lane would spend his summers in Kansas visiting his...

 

Zakopalova advances to 2nd round in Brazil Cup

FLORIANOPOLIS, Brazil -- Third-seeded Klara Zakopalova of the Czech Republic cruised into the second round of the Brazil Cup with a 6-3, 6-3 win over 17-year-old Croatian Donna Vekic on Tuesday. Zakopalova, trying to reach her third final this year,...

 

UA's Grable is co-SEC Gymnast of the Week

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. -- University of Arkansas gymnast Katherine Grable has been named the Southeastern Conference co-Gymnast of the Week. Grable's selection was announced by the SEC Tuesday. Grable was chosen after winning the vault, bars, beam, and...

 

Bedard competing for fifth starter's job with Rays

Erik Bedard is excited about the prospect of helping the Tampa Bay Rays get back to the playoffs. The 34-year-old left-hander signed a minor league contract on the eve of the start of spring training and is being given an opportunity to compete for a...

 

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