KVOA chief meteorologist Rob Guarino was arrested on suspicion of DUI early today.
INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis judge has ordered a Phoenix-based home rental company to pay nearly $218,000 for not providing promised services before the Super Bowl last February.
PHOENIX — Steve Nash scored 18 points and had the sixth
20-assist game of his career Friday night in Phoenix's 123-101 rout
of the Golden State Warriors.
INDIANAPOLIS — Two sophomore girls have sued their school
district after they were punished for posting sexually suggestive
photos on MySpace during their summer vacation.
Tras llegar al Super Bowl por tercera vez en su carrera, y ante
la posibilidad de optar por el retiro al final de la actual
campaña, parece que lo único que le resta a Kurt Warner para
asegurarse un lugar en el Salón de la Fama es amasar yardaje.
Patriots (4-2) vs. Bucs (0-6)
The NFL's rejecting Rush Limbaugh was a bit like the members of
the Merion Cricket Club blackballing Thurston Howell III. The
owners' objection to Limbaugh wasn't based on his politics — they
overwhelmingly share his views. They refused to allow him to join
their club in the name of good business.
All of these good things keep happening to Lacey Nymeyer and yet
it's never about her. It's about her teammates, her coaches, her
mom, her dad, her country, her school and her church.
MINNEAPOLIS — As great as Brett Favre was Sunday, the Minnesota
Vikings quarterback was pretty sure he wasn't good enough.
University of Arizona and Mountain View High School graduate
Lacey Nymeyer was named the NCAA's Woman of the Year on Sunday at a
banquet in Indianapolis.
• Jim Thome was cheered by electricians working on Citizens Bank
Park long before he ever stepped in the batter's box. Once the
Phillies' new home was completed for the 2004 season, Randy Wolf
threw the first pitch in the opener. Both players had crucial roles
in Philadelphia's rise back to …
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — There's only one thing left for the Ravens
to do after Cedric Benson ended their streak of 39 straight games
without allowing a 100-yard rusher.
ST. LOUIS — The Revs. Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson attacked the
bid by Rush Limbaugh to buy the St. Louis Rams on Monday, saying
the conservative radio host's track record on race should exclude
him from owning an NFL team.