Tropical Storm Debby officially makes landfall about 60 miles southeast of Tallahassee Debby was weakening and had sustained winds near 40 mph, barely a tropical storm. Several areas in northern Florida have received more than 10 inches, and forecasters said southeastern Georgia ... Then came Tropical Storm Beryl on May 26, followed by ... 06/25/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Tropical Storm Beryl Drenches Florida-Georgia A broad swath of Florida and other parts of the southeastern U.S. received drought-breaking rainfall from the slow passage of Hurricane Beryl. Gusty winds downed trees and caused scattered damage, but the storm was mainly an inconvenience over the Memorial ... 05/31/2012 - 10:15 am | View Link
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The Stars forward, who was treated for a 'cardiac event,' collapsed on the bench during the first period of a game against Columbus on Monday. The game has been postponed. Dallas Stars forward Rich Peverley was conscious and in stable condition at a Dallas hospital Monday night after he collapsed on the bench during the first period of his team's game against Columbus at the American Airlines Center.
By John HelsleySTILLWATER — Glenn Spencer’s first year as coordinator successfully rebuilt the image of Oklahoma State’s defense.
Year 2 now requires a full rebuild.
The Cowboys lost seven senior starters from last season’s group that ranked among the top 25 nationally in seven major categories, plus veteran and versatile safety Lyndell Johnson, who has been dismissed from the team for “personal reasons” as announced by head coach Mike Gundy.
Such was the stark reality Monday, the first day of spring practice at OSU.
“Today, we’re not very good,” Spencer said of his side of the ball.
The Kings score early and hold off a late surge by the Flames to remain unbeaten since the Olympic break. CALGARY, Canada — Anze Kopitar had a goal and an assist to lead the Kings to their eighth straight win with a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames on Monday.
By Darnell MayberryForget about James Harden.
Who from the Thunder is going to guard Jordan Hamilton?
The way Oklahoma City is playing, what would make anyone believe Hamilton won’t become the next player to bust out a career night when Houston invades Chesapeake Energy Arena on Tuesday?
With the Thunder missing two starters, and its defense currently in shambles, the run-and-gun Rockets are coming to town at the absolute worst possible time.
A team that the Thunder has toyed with this season could now take advantage of its shortcomings and pick apart OKC better than any team has since the break.
Coming off a 2013 season in which Jonathan Schoop played in the spring's World Baseball Classic for Team Netherlands, debuted in Triple-A, was sidelined for six weeks with a back injury, made his Major League debut as a September callup, and played in the Arizona Fall League, it would be easy to think the 22-year-old took a nice long breather this winter.
The Angels identified sidearmer Joe Smith early in the offseason and went above and beyond to sign him, giving him a three-year, $15.75 million contract few teams, if any, were willing to match, and making him the highest-paid reliever -- nevermind middle reliever -- in team history.