News archive from 28 June 2013, page 17

Horn: In light of the Aaron Hernandez situation, Cowboys coddling Josh Brent is 'ridiculous' and 'silly'

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Fraley: Stars are about to lose Dallas completely if they don't add a big name

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Nets draft Mason Plumlee from Duke with 22nd pick in NBA Draft

Nets draft Mason Plumlee from Duke with 22nd pick in NBA Draft

Mason Plumlee worked out for the teams picking between 10 and 20 in the NBA draft, and never for the Nets. But the Duke big man fell to Brooklyn at No. 22 on Thursday night, and the home crowd at Barclays Center seemed pleased that the 6-10 power...

Daily News, 00:08 in Sport
 

Ex-Blue Jacket Nikolai Zherdev visits old mates as true Blueshirt

When the Rangers face off against the Blue Jackets Friday night, the fans in Columbus will be getting a look at a player who once was a hugely promising future star for their team. For Nikolai Zherdev, it will be a return to the city where his NHL...

Daily News, 00:08 in Sport
 
2013 NBA draft: Charlotte Bobcats go big, pick Cody Zeller over Alex Len, Nerlens Noel

2013 NBA draft: Charlotte Bobcats go big, pick Cody Zeller over Alex Len, Nerlens Noel

The Charlotte Bobcats front office expressed huge conviction Thursday night that Indiana big man Cody Zeller was the obvious choice as the No. 4 overall pick. Based on crowd reaction at Time Warner Cable Arena, they still have some convincing to do....

 

After 20 years of talk, Crenshaw/LAX rail line gets green light

After some last-minute fiscal reshuffling, transportation officials gave a green light to the proposed Crenshaw/LAX light-rail line on Thursday, capping years of controversy over the train's route through South Los Angeles. The board of the Los...

 
Garnett, Pierce on way out on night of NBA draft

Garnett, Pierce on way out on night of NBA draft

BOSTON -- The names that Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge didn't mention said all anyone needed to know about how he views the team's future. After trading up three spots to get Gonzaga 7-footer Kelly Olynyk in the NBA draft on Thursday...

 
$41 million in suspected drug money seized from Colombian, Mexican ports

$41 million in suspected drug money seized from Colombian, Mexican ports

WASHINGTON — U.S. and Colombian authorities seized $41 million in suspected drug money over the past two weeks — one of the largest seizures in the history of the countries’ joint efforts, law enforcement officials said Monday. The first seizure came...

 
Jays fall behind against Lester, lose to Red Sox

Jays fall behind against Lester, lose to Red Sox

BOSTON -- Falling behind 7-0 in the second inning didn't help the Toronto Blue Jays. Considering their history against Boston's Jon Lester, overcoming the deficit was near impossible. Lester pitched into the eighth inning before leaving with a jammed...

 

Twins get a lift from Deduno

MINNEAPOLIS -- The secret, Ron Gardenhire said, is serenity. So chalk up Thursday night's 3-1 victory to the zen of Sam Deduno. The Dominican righthander dominated Kansas City in the Twins' return to Target Field, inducing more feeble grounders up the...

 

Ducks re-sign Lovejoy to three-year extension

ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Anaheim Ducks re-signed defenseman Ben Lovejoy to a three-year contract extension Thursday worth $3.3 million through the 2015-16 season. Lovejoy would have become an unrestricted free agent and could have solicited offers from...

 

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Choosing the right type of carpet cleaning

Do a quick online search for carpet cleaning and you'll find a variety of different methods. The two most common are hot water extraction — mostly known as steam cleaning — and hot carbonation, often referred to as dry chemical...

 

Texas Public Utility Commission ponders stopgap measure for electrical grid

AUSTIN — The debate over how to keep Texas’ electricity grid from collapsing under the weight of high consumer demand on hot summer days is not expected to end anytime soon. But what is being described as a stopgap measure to try to mitigate the...

 
Long Island woman fired after donating kidney sues for discrimination

Long Island woman fired after donating kidney sues for discrimination

A Long Island woman who was fired after donating a kidney to help her ailing boss is seeking her own pound of flesh from the ungrateful employers at Atlantic Automotive Group. Deborah Stevens has filed a discrimination lawsuit in violation of the...

 

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