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Daily Archives: 4th February 2018

Colts: Linebacker Edwin Jackson among 2 killed on highway

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) The Indianapolis Colts say linebacker Edwin Jackson was one of two men killed when a suspected drunken driver struck them as they stood outside their car along a highway in Indianapolis. The Colts said in a statement Sunday that the team is ”heartbroken” by Jackson’s death. The statement says the 26-year-old ”was loved by all in the Colts ...

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Artturi Lehkonen scores twice to lead Habs past Sens

Artturi Lehkonen broke out of a 24-game scoring slump with a pair of goals as the Montreal Canadiens defeated the Ottawa Senators 4-1 on Sunday afternoon. Lehkonen had not scored since he had two goals on Oct. 30 in an 8-3 win over the Senators in Ottawa. #Habs Artturi Lehkonen hadn’t sc… CBC | NHL News PLEASE CLICK ON PUBLISHER ...

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NASCAR Mailbag: Will the Camaro have an edge on the competition?

Welcome back to another edition of the NASCAR Mailbag where we answer your fan questions. Why are the drivers not in the car during tech inspection? At my local dirt track the drivers are in the car for inspection. It brings me to my second question which is with how well the engineers design the cars, are they possibly designing ...

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Pelicans host Jazz with Mirotic trying to fill Cousins void (Feb 04, 2018)

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Pelicans have lost three of four games since All-Star center DeMarcus Cousins suffered a season-ending left Achilles tear on Jan. 26 against the Houston Rockets, but help could be on the way. Even though the Pelicans lost 118-107 on the road Saturday night to red-hot Minnesota, newly acquired forward Nikola Mirotic recorded a double-double ...

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Plaintiff Seeks $100K In Damages For 12-Minute Detention During G20

TORONTO — A man whose swimming goggles were confiscated by officers following a search of his backpack on the eve of the turbulent G20 summit in Toronto in 2010 is expected to testify Monday at the start of a hearing into his lawsuit against the city’s police oversight board. Numerous legal actions, officer disciplinary hearings and criminal proceedings have flowed ...

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MLBPA calls reports of spring boycott threats 'false'

The Major League Baseball Players Association issued a statement Sunday denying that there have been any attempts to organize a boycott of spring training in the wake of a slow offseason. “Recent press reports have erroneously suggested that the Players Association has threatened a ‘boycott’ of spring training,” the statement reads. “Those reports are false. No such threat has been ...

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