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SPORTS
August 18, 2012 | By Steve Galluzzo
TUCSON — In its season opener, Encino Crespi faced a stern test from a quality opponent Saturday night and passed with flying colors. Senior quarterback Cody Cordell completed 17 of 25 passes for 240 yards, three touchdowns and one interception as the Celts overcame three first-half turnovers and cruised to a 35-20 victory over Salpointe Catholic in Tucson. Sophomore Okalani Langi rushed for 142 yards in 20 carries and caught a 12-yard swing pass for Crespi's first touchdown.
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NATIONAL
February 5, 2003 | From Associated Press
An outbreak of viral infections similar to those that hit cruise ships in the Caribbean and Alaska cut short a Hawaiian cruise Tuesday, with nearly 2,000 passengers from the Sun Princess ready to be flown home from Honolulu. Only about 100 passengers stayed with the ship as it left for Los Angeles shortly after noon Tuesday, said Princess Cruises spokesman Tom Dow in Honolulu. They included about 50 passengers who were still sick and another 50 who apparently feared flying more than the illness.
TRAVEL
September 23, 2001
Here is a list of cruise lines, phone numbers and Web sites: Abercrombie & Kent (800) 323-7308 http://www.abercrombiekent.com American Canadian Caribbean Line (800) 556-7450 http://www.accl-smallships.com American Cruise Lines (800) 814-6880 http://www.americancruiselines.com American Hawaii Cruises (800) 513-5022 http://www.cruisehawaii.com American West Steamboat Co. (800) 434-1232 http://www.columbiarivercruise.com Carnival Cruise Lines (800) 327-9501 http://www.carnival.
NATIONAL
August 2, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
A small cruise ship catering to eco-tourists was seriously damaged after running aground in the Aleutian Islands. The accident Saturday night punctured the 340-foot Clipper Odyssey's forward fuel tank, a Coast Guard official said. Coast Guard Chief Warrant Officer Roddy Corr said about 5,000 gallons of diesel fuel spilled from the ruptured tank. Fishing boats and a freighter transported the 122 passengers and 31 crew members to Unalaska, Lt. Asheley Bodkin said.
BUSINESS
May 31, 1990 | Associated Press
Radisson Hotels International plans to operate a $125-million luxury cruise ship--the company's first--with prices to match. It hopes that the 354-passenger vessel with unusually large guest suites and other amenities will appeal to travelers willing to pay $600 a day. Diamond Cruise Ltd. of Helsinki, Finland, will own the ship, which will be launched in 1992. Radisson, part of the Hospitality Group of Minnetonka-based Carlson Cos., will manage it.
NEWS
September 15, 1996 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
The Federal Aviation Administration has dropped a new security order that required airlines to search the bags of passengers arriving from cruise ships. The order was dropped after it caused long lines and big delays at Miami International Airport. It required airlines to inspect any baggage that had been out of owners' sight.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 14, 2006 | From the Associated Press
The FBI said Friday it was investigating a report of a passenger missing from a cruise ship. The passenger was reported missing after the Norwegian Star docked at the Port of Los Angeles early Friday, said Ken Smith, FBI spokesman. The Norwegian Cruise Line vessel had been on a trip to Mexico, FBI spokeswoman Laura Eimiller said. KCAL-TV Channel 9 reported that a woman passenger fell or jumped off the ship in Mexican waters as it headed toward Los Angeles.
NEWS
September 17, 2001 | From Times Wire Reports
The Coast Guard stopped a Royal Caribbean cruise ship from coming into Miami while it swept the port after finding a security breach in the Port of Miami's passenger terminal. The three-hour delay reflected heightened security at airports and ports around the country since four passenger planes were hijacked Tuesday. The Coast Guard said an open door was discovered leading to secure areas late Saturday. Officers conducted a security sweep overnight.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
September 4, 2005 | From a Times Staff Writer
Nineteen crew members injured in a gas leak Friday aboard a Royal Caribbean cruise liner were released from the hospital Saturday, and all but one returned to the ship to begin a voyage along the Baja coast, a spokesman for the cruise line said. Three crew members were killed by hydrogen sulfide gas in a sewage pipe they were trying to repair aboard the Monarch of the Seas. One injured crew member remained in a hotel Saturday for observation, said cruise line spokesman Michael Sheehan.
TRAVEL
April 16, 2000
A listing of cruise lines, their ships, telephone numbers and Internet addresses. One caveat: Most cruise companies prefer to sell cruises through travel agents. Abercrombie & Kent (800) 323-7308 www.abercrombiekent.
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