December 19, 2014

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Astronaut accused in love triangle attack told police she wanted to talk with rival

MIKE SCHNEIDER Associated Press Writer      ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Former astronaut Lisa Nowak told a detective she came to Orlando to meet her rival for the affections of a fellow astronaut because she wanted to know where she stood in the bizarre love triangle, according to a police interview made public Monday.    Read More…

Hearst Mansion on the Market for $165 Million

Annette Haddad   Los Angeles Times      LOS ANGELES — The rich are getting richer, and their properties are getting pricier.    The 1920s-era Beverly Hills mansion of William Randolph Hearst and Marion Davies was put on the market Monday for $165 million, making it the nation’s most expensive residential listing.    The pink Read More…

Madison, Wis., police find body during search for student who vanished after night out

By RYAN J. FOLEY Associated Press Writer      FITCHBURG, Wis. (AP) — Investigators believe a body found in a field Monday is that of a college student who vanished last month in Madison, where the woman was last seen after a night out at the bars.    Police searching an area about 10 miles Read More…

Argentine capital gets first snowfall in Buenos Aires since 1918

By BILL CORMIER   Associated Press Writer      BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Thousands of Argentines cheered and threw snowballs in the streets of Buenos Aires on Monday as the capital’s first major snowfall since 1918 spread a thin white mantle across the region.    Wet snow fell for hours in the Argentine capital, Read More…

Guerrero wins HR Derby

Greg Beacham The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — With Barry Bonds sitting out, this derby was dry — and Vladimir Guerrero was San Francisco’s home run king for a day. The Los Angeles Angels slugger won the Home Run Derby on Monday night, hitting 17 homers and beating Toronto’s Alex Rios 3-2 in the final Read More…

C.C. fulfills a dream

Tom Withers The Associated Press CLEVELAND — Photos of a smiling Carsten Charles Sabathia adorn a cabinet door on his son’s locker, mementos of the man who accidentally bought his kid a baseball glove for the wrong hand, turning him into a lefty. “Look at him,” C.C. Sabathia says, pointing to a favorite shot of Read More…

Giants star Bonds batting 2nd for NL

Ronald Blum The Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO — Everyone was buzzing about Barry Bonds. National League manager Tony La Russa had just posted his lineup for tonight’s All-Star game and Bonds, baseball’s prodigy and pariah, was batting second, rather than his customary cleanup spot. “I’m hitting fourth?” Ken Griffey Jr. said incredulously. “Just tell him Read More…

Rafa vs. Roger: A rare rivalry

Howard Fendrich The Associated Press WIMBLEDON, England — Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal long ago established themselves as the best of the best in men’s tennis, far ahead of anyone else in the game these days. Then, firmly entrenched at No. 1 and No. 2, they began meeting regularly in tournament finals. Now they finally Read More…

Edna G. Kitts

Edna G. (nee Campbell) Kitts, 72, of Lorain, died Sunday, July 8, 2007 in the New Life Hospice Center of St. Joseph, in Lorain, following a long illness. Mrs. Kitts was born in Danese, WV on October 2, 1934. She had lived in Lorain since 1949. She was a  homemaker that loved to cook and Read More…

Carol J. Remshak

Carol J. Remshak (nee: Boyd), 86 of Elyria, died July 6, 2007 at EMH Regional Medical Center. She was born September 9, 1920 in Sheffield Village where she lived most of her life and was a graduate of Clearview High School. She was employed for 22 years at the Elyria Public Library, retiring in 1982. Read More…