News archive from 26 September 2012

Cardinals ink FB Hall

The Arizona Cardinals signed fullback Korey Hall on Tuesday and released offensive tackle Pat McQuistan. Hall appeared in 13 games with New Orleans in 2012 after spending the previous four seasons in Green Bay. The 29-year-old has caught 21 passes for...

 

NASCAR releases 2013 schedule for Sprint Cup Series

NASCAR officially released its 2013 Sprint Cup Series schedule on Tuesday, with only one change for the upcoming campaign. As expected, the Chase race at Talladega Superspeedway will return to its traditional spot on the Sprint Cup calendar. Talladega...

 

News Summary: Metals prices diverge; oil slips

WANDERING METALS: Industrial metals prices were pulled in opposite directions by conflicting signs about the economy: an encouraging read on U.S. housing prices and a dour outlook from heavy-equipment maker Caterpillar. OIL SLIPS: Oil fell to its...

 

Team USA to be based in the Valley for World Baseball Classic training

Cactus League fans will get a bonus in 2013 as Team USA will be based in the Valley as it prepares for the third installment of the World Baseball Classic. The U.S., Mexico, Italy and a qualifying team to be determined will comprise Pool D, which will...

AZCentral, 17:01 in Sport
 
Carnival Spirit newly Aussified for Sydney

Carnival Spirit newly Aussified for Sydney

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA -- Americans traveling internationally often expect foreign resorts and cruise ships to bend their styles and tastes toward those of the United States, providing big urns of coffee, cold American beers in a bottle, and piles of bacon...

 
Cipriano ruled competent for trial in baseball bat attack

Cipriano ruled competent for trial in baseball bat attack

Pontiac - Tucker Cipriano, the Farmington Hills man charged in the April baseball bat attack that killed his father, has been found competent to stand trial.Cipriano went before Judge Shalina Kumar of Oakland County Circuit Court for a pretrial...

 

Boat capsizes in Lake Monroe

Seminole County rescuers just pulled two men from the waters of Lake Monroe, north of Sanford. The two were thrown into the water, known to be a home for alligators, when their boat capsized said Kim Cannaday, spokeswoman for the Seminole County...

 
Whole Foods Market offering free Preserve Gimme 5 recycling bins for #5 plastics

Whole Foods Market offering free Preserve Gimme 5 recycling bins for #5 plastics

Burt's Bees & Preserve Gimme 5, a program which specializes in recycling #5 plastics have partnered with Whole Foods locations to establish recycling stations for their lip balm, shipper and tinted lip balm tubes, including the caps from all of...

 

Pizza Bowl tickets go on sale Sunday at Lions game

Detroit - Little Caesars Pizza Bowl tickets will go on sale at the Lions-Vikings football game Sunday afternoon.Bowl tickets will be available to the general public beginning Monday, both at Ford Field and Ticketmaster. Bowl tickets are priced at $30,...

 

Steve Martin 'shocked' by David Letterman's Kennedy Center honor

While most of his late-night peers were off nursing their post-Emmys hangovers Monday evening, David Letterman was on the air basking in the glory of being named a Kennedy Center honoree. Letterman welcomed another recipient of the prize, Steve...

 

Mom charged with being NYC madam pleads guilty

NEW YORK - A suburban mother of four charged with moonlighting as a multimillion-dollar madam pleaded guilty today to promoting prostitution. The Scotland-born Anna Gristina made the plea in Manhattan court. The judge said she'll be sentenced Nov. 20...

 

New US Grand Prix circuit cleared to race

AUSTIN, Texas -- The new track built for Formula One's U.S. Grand Prix has been given the go-ahead for the Nov. 18 race. Circuit of The Americas officials announced Tuesday that the track located a few miles southeast of downtown Austin, Texas, passed...

 
UN chief demands global action to end war in Syria

UN chief demands global action to end war in Syria

UNITED NATIONS -- Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon demanded international action to stop the war in Syria, telling a somber gathering of world leaders Tuesday that the 18-month conflict had become "a regional calamity with global...

 
Party over for Somali pirates? Attacks way down

Party over for Somali pirates? Attacks way down

HOBYO, Somalia — The empty whiskey bottles and overturned, sand-filled skiffs that litter this once-bustling shoreline are signs that the heyday of Somali piracy may be over. Most of the prostitutes are gone, the luxury cars repossessed. Pirates talk...

 

Olympia, Timber Creek follow similar paths to success since opening in 2001

Timber Creek and Olympia will meet for the ninth time in football Friday night. Both schools opened 11 years ago. Both have achieved a level of success that ranks them among the top public schools in Central Florida that opened in this millennium. And...

 

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