News archive from 29 July 2011

Cleveland Browns officially release veteran quarterback Jake Delhomme after one season

BEREA, Ohio (AP) - Quarterback Jake Delhomme has officially been released by the Cleveland Browns, who are likely to re-sign several free agents including kicker Phil Dawson and tight end Evan Moore. The Browns announced Thursday they had terminated...

 

Angels rookie Mark Trumbo homers and drives in 5 runs to lead Angels over Tigers 12-7

DETROIT (AP) - Mark Trumbo homered and drove in a career-high five runs to lead the Los Angeles Angels over the Detroit Tigers 12-7 on Thursday. Trumbo also tripled, doubled and scored three times in the rookie's fourth three-hit game. Needing just a...

 
Lady Gaga to release book of photographs

Lady Gaga to release book of photographs

NEW YORK -- Lady Gaga will release a book of photographs with fashion photographer Terry Richardson. Grand Central Publishing announced Thursday that it will release the book, "Lady Gaga," on Nov. 22. The publisher said the book will include...

 
MSU injury update from Big Ten media day: Zach Heuter done, Jairus Jones progressing

MSU injury update from Big Ten media day: Zach Heuter done, Jairus Jones progressing

CHICAGO -- Michigan State junior offensive lineman Zach Heuter, who started at right tackle in the spring game, will not be able to continue playing football because of a recurring shoulder injury. He sat out the 2009 and 2010 seasons with the injury...

 

Ex-Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu dead at 42 of apparent suicide

Los Angeles- Former Yankees pitcher Hideki Irabu was found dead at a home in a wealthy Los Angeles suburb of an apparent suicide. Los Angeles County sheriff's Sgt. Mike Arriaga said the 42-year-old Irabu was found dead Wednesday afternoon at a home in...

 

Trumbo drives in 5, leads Angels over Tigers 12-7

DETROIT -- Mark Trumbo homered and drove in a career-high five runs to lead the Los Angeles Angels over the Detroit Tigers 12-7 on Thursday. Trumbo also tripled, doubled and scored three times in the rookie's fourth three-hit game. Needing just a...

 
Warped Tour: Success story still evolving

Warped Tour: Success story still evolving

After 17 years, there must be a routine to putting on the Vans Warped Tour, which touches down today at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. "The one thing about Warped is that it's the tour with a routine but no routine," says Warped founder...

 

Band knows Warped drill

The Devil Wears Prada is making its third trek on the Vans Warped Tour, so lead singer Michael Hranica knows the drill. "Obviously, there's always drama on tour involving bands that no one likes, but we love coming out here," he says....

 

Palestinian team ousted in World Cup qualifier

AL-RAM, West Bank -- The Palestinian soccer team played to a 2-2 tie with Thailand on Thursday, ending a World Cup qualifying campaign that had become a symbol of nation building. This was the Palestinians' highest-profile game played on home soil....

 

Jennifer Aniston to Prince William: No need for hair transplant

Jennifer Aniston likes Prince William's hair just the way it is, according to US Weekly. The "Horrible Bosses" star, when asked about rumors that the British royal was considering a hair transplant, said he should just let nature take its...

 

TyphanieMoniquetakesbreakfromschool

If you're wondering why you haven't seen Chicago singer Typhanie Monique in clubs or concert halls lately, there's a good reason: She's back in school. Though already an accomplished - and distinctive - jazz vocalist, Monique two years ago enrolled at...

 

Snyder won't say whether he backs Boehner debt ceiling plan

Lansing- Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder today urged lawmakers in Washington to resolve the crisis over raising the debt ceiling, but a spokeswoman would not say whether Snyder thinks House Speaker John Boehner's proposal should be approved. The federal...

 
Southfield doctor pleads guilty to drug trafficking, health care fraud

Southfield doctor pleads guilty to drug trafficking, health care fraud

Embattled Southfield doctor Gwendolyn Washington is battling some intense legal migraines after pleading guilty today to four felony counts involving prescription drug trafficking and health care fraud. The 67-year-old family practitioner faces up to...

 

U-M coach Brady Hoke loves new job -- even his new defense

Chicago- Michigan coach Brady Hoke will talk Thursday afternoon to the media gathered for the Big Ten kickoff, but he took a few moments in the morning to talk to WKNR 850 in Cleveland. Here are some of the highlights of Hoke's interview with show...

 

Angels' bats rough up Tigers; Jim Leyland ejected again

Detroit- It didn't just come down to which team scored the most runs on Thursday. It came down to who scored the most bunches of runs. The Los Angeles Angels prevailed on both fronts in a 12-7 victory over the Tigers at Comerica Park. Beginning the...

 

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