News archive from 29 September 2012

LeBron James: Champion Heat can be better

MIAMI - LeBron James was back in the Miami Heat locker room on Friday morning, took a look around at his teammates and quickly came to a realization. The reigning NBA champions might even be better this time around. With 12 players back from last...

 
Florence hits Bianca (without The Machine)

Florence hits Bianca (without The Machine)

Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine, which performed Wednesday at the BankAtlantic Center, was seen dining with a large group Thursday night at the Delano's Bianca. The singer was, we're told, “in a great mood, saying hello to...

 

Review: 'Homeland' roars ahead, tuned to the news

The spies-versus-terrorists thriller "Homeland," which had a good night at the Emmys on Sunday with awards for leads Claire Danes and Damian Lewis, for drama and for writing, begins its second season Sunday on Showtime. Coincidentally, the...

 
Tottenville HS sits atop Daily News Top 10 list of best  high school football teams in New York City area 

Tottenville HS sits atop Daily News Top 10 list of best  high school football teams in New York City area 

Many changes to this week's Daily News Top 10 list of the best high school football teams in the New York City area - and many more likely to come. The biggest surprise so far is St. Anthony's, which usually sits in the No. 1 spot for the entire...

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Cardiac arrests at school usually not in students

NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Student athletes collapsing from cardiac arrest in the middle of a game may grab headlines, but when someone's heart gives up at a school, it's usually not a youngster's. In a new five-year study, researchers from Michigan...

 

Giants' Nicks doubtful, Bradshaw probable for Sunday

New York Giants wide receiver Hakeem Nicks has been listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Philadelphia Eagles, while running back Ahmad Bradshaw is probable for the NFC East showdown in prime time. Both players missed last Thursday's game...

 

Domestic violence can become public matter in the workplace

Michelet Polynice may have aimed his threats and previous attacks at estranged girlfriend Carlene Pierre, but his deadly rampage this week, which left Pierre and a co-worker dead, showed just how quickly a domestic dispute can become public. Advocates...

 
Auburn football: Wide receiver Quan Bray arrested

Auburn football: Wide receiver Quan Bray arrested

Auburn wide receiver Quan Bray was arrested during a traffic stop on the campus of the University of West Georgia in Carrollton, Ga. Thursday night, police confirmed Friday.Bray, a sophomore, was stopped due to loud music and was arrested for a...

 
TV Review: ‘Dexter’ 

TV Review: ‘Dexter’ 

Sunday night's season seven opener of “Dexter” could be renamed “Deborah.” Either way, it’s a killer. Season six ended last December with the moment fans always knew would arrive someday. Deb (Jennifer Carpenter), who is a cop, learns her adopted...

 
Montgomery chef to participate in Auburn Real Food Fest Saturday

Montgomery chef to participate in Auburn Real Food Fest Saturday

Chef Michael Bertozzi of Central restaurant in downtown Montgomery will be will be among several noted area chefs participating in a celebration of local foods at the Auburn Real Food Fest, from 5 p.m. – 9 p.m.Saturday at the Auburn University Club,...

 

John Robinson, former 1977 U-M captain, dies at age 56

John Robinson, co-captain of the 1976-77 Michigan basketball team, passed away on Sunday, September 23 at the age of 56.Known as the quiet leader, Robinson was elected by his teammates as a co-captain along with Steve Grote in his senior year. During...

 
UNA Police investigating sexual assault case on campus

UNA Police investigating sexual assault case on campus

FLORENCE, Alabama -- The University of North Alabama Police Department is investigating an alleged sexual assault reported to have occurred Wednesday around 12:30 a.m. in the campus parking garage, according to a statement on the police department's...

 
Mona Williams’ day of fasting for Mitt Romney blossoms into grassroots campaign

Mona Williams’ day of fasting for Mitt Romney blossoms into grassroots campaign

If hours of message prep and policy coaching fail Mitt Romney when he takes President Obama on in their first debate next week, the GOP candidate can count on one secret weapon — the power of prayer. A personal request by one Utah woman for her fellow...

 

Stocks seal 3Q gains despite bumpy final days

Stocks posted solid gains for the third quarter, although the ride got bumpy at the end. Stocks fell five days of the last six, including on Friday, the last trading day of the quarter. But the big indices are still up 4 percent or more for three...

 

Judge strikes down rule capping speculative trades

WASHINGTON -- A federal judge has struck down a rule required under the 2010 financial overhaul that seeks to limit speculative trading of commodities futures. U.S. District Judge Robert Wilkins said the Commodity Future Trading Commission failed to...

 

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