News archive from 31 August 2013

Just in time, Longhorn Network finally to appear on Time Warner in Texas

The Longhorn Network has been missing from numerous homes the past two years. But on the eve of the Texas football season, ESPN and Time Warner Cable have announced that Longhorn Network is now available to Time Warner Cable video subscribers in...

Dallas News, 19:02 in Sport
 

Larson to replace Montoya at Earnhardt Ganassi Racing in 2014

Kyle Larson has been named as the replacement driver for Juan Pablo Montoya in the No. 42 car for Earnhardt Ganassi Racing in 2014. Team owner Chip Ganassi made the announcement on Friday at Atlanta Motor Speedway. The Sprint Cup and Nationwide Series...

 

Partyallnightlong wins feature at Monmouth Park

OCEANPORT, N.J. -- Richard Malouf and Edwin T. Broome's Partyallnightlong scored a front-running 2¾-length victory in the $46,000 allowance feature at Monmouth Park on Friday. Trained by Broome and ridden by Paco Lopez, Partyallnightlong was...

 

AP sources: Jets cut DT Garay, K Carpenter

NEW YORK -- A person familiar with the situation says the New York Jets have released veteran defensive tackle Antonio Garay as the team gets to the mandatory 53-player roster limit. Garay had signed with the Jets in March to add depth to the team's...

 

A march to remember

From an editorial published in Thursday's Washington Post: At the Lincoln Memorial on Wednesday, the country's first black president, a living symbol of the progress of the past 50 years, stood before tens of thousands of people to offer a reverent...

 
Miami burglar stole guns from home of prosecutor, judge, feds say

Miami burglar stole guns from home of prosecutor, judge, feds say

A Miami man who broke into the Coconut Grove home of a federal judge on Friday, stealing two handguns before he was arrested, thanks to an eagle-eyed neighbor who jotted down the intruder's license plate, authorities say. Investigators say Edward J....

 
Spanish exhibit in Miami explores complex history of Latin American music

Spanish exhibit in Miami explores complex history of Latin American music

Music is woven into the fabric of daily life in Latin America. Hit songs boom from car radios and nightclub DJ booths. Children's rhyming rounds fill playgrounds. Folk music with centuries-old roots echoes in plazas. From Colombian vallenato to...

 

Timing of antitrust trial appears to favor airlines, but U.S. may come prepared

WASHINGTON -- A decision Friday by a federal district judge to schedule a November trial could work in favor of American Airlines and US Airways in their quest to fend off a government lawsuit and create the world's largest airline by year's end,...

 

Deer harvest ordered as car crashes increase in Meridian Township

MERIDIAN TWP. - They're still here, and they're still a chronic problem for drivers and gardeners. In a three-year campaign to control the deer population in Meridian Township, the third managed deer harvest is being planned for the regular and early...

 

Labor Day weekend in metro Detroit: One big, happy block party

You want world-class bebop? Check. Art, food and the bustle of a gigantic street fair? Check. A state fair with all the trimmings? Check An old-fashioned parade and homemade treats made from noble Michigan peaches? Yeah, we've got those, too. Labor...

 
Bang With Friends returns to App Store as 'Down'

Bang With Friends returns to App Store as 'Down'

Bang With Friends is back, but there's a catch. The controversial hookup app, which was banned from Apple's iOS store, has reemerged under a different name: "Down." RELATED: ZYNGA SUES MAKERS OF ‘BANG WITH FRIENDS’ OVER NAME The inventors of...

 
Florida couple's goal: A big gay TV wedding

Florida couple's goal: A big gay TV wedding

For Pam DiMuccio, it would be the ultimate triumph delivered by one of her favorite TV personalities: To join partner Liz Hillen in a rare, nationally televised gay wedding officiated by Bravo channel star and executive Andy Cohen in his Watch What...

 

NC Supreme Court: Social media ban for sex offenders remains in place for now

RALEIGH A state law barring registered sex offenders in North Carolina from using social media websites where children are members will remain in effect while the state attorney general drafts an appeal of a recent Court of Appeals decision. On...

 

New C-USA wonders if Pirates will exit on top

Welcome FAU. And FIU. And Middle Tennessee. And North Texas. And Texas-San Antonio. And ... Skip Holtz at Louisiana Tech? We remember you ... dominating at ECU. Welcome back. The league has added six teams since our last chat in November, replacing...

 

DeCock: New day for Wolfpack is also new day for Holtz

RALEIGH When Skip Holtz was approached about taking over at Louisiana Tech last offseason, he got his first look at the schedule for this fall. He couldn't help but roll his eyes. N.C. State? Not N.C. State. Holtz just couldn't get away, not from the...

 

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