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September 9, 1989 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
It normally takes two hours to drive from Ruffin, N.C., to Boone, W. Va., unless, of course, you're John Settle and you've just heard the most amazing news of your already charmed National Football League career. Then it's pedal-to-the-metal, Smokies-be-damned time as you cross state lines in desperate search of a dependable television and a nightly sportscast. That's what Settle did on April 23, tempting fate and radar guns of the North Carolina Highway Patrol.
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February 24, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Johns Hopkins reached a confidential settlement with the parents of a 2-year-old brain cancer patient who died after apparently receiving excessive levels of potassium in an intravenous feeding solution, both sides said. Staci Goldberg, a spokeswoman at Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore, said the hospital "accepted full responsibility for the tragic death" of Brianna Cohen. Gary A.
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October 9, 1996
Apparel company St. John Knits has agreed to pay $100,000 to settle a civil lawsuit alleging that the Irvine-based company violated state law by disposing hazardous waste into a sewer line. St. John Knits admitted no wrongdoing in connection with the allegations by Orange County Dist. Atty. Michael R. Capizzi. County investigators found during intermittent testing that on two occasions hazardous waste had been disposed of in sewer lines serving the company's plant. St.
BUSINESS
July 20, 2002 | Bloomberg News
John Hancock Financial Services Inc. said it would have $19.5 million in costs to settle litigation alleging the insurer overcharged customers who paid premiums in installments. The Boston-based company said about 1.5 million of its customers are eligible to participate in the settlement, which covers John Hancock's liability in 21 class-action lawsuits filed against a number of life insurance companies.
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February 24, 2004 | From Times Wire Reports
Johns Hopkins reached a confidential settlement with the parents of a 2-year-old brain cancer patient who died after apparently receiving excessive levels of potassium in an intravenous feeding solution, both sides said. Staci Goldberg, a spokeswoman at Johns Hopkins Children's Center in Baltimore, said the hospital "accepted full responsibility for the tragic death" of Brianna Cohen. Gary A.
BUSINESS
July 20, 2002 | Bloomberg News
John Hancock Financial Services Inc. said it would have $19.5 million in costs to settle litigation alleging the insurer overcharged customers who paid premiums in installments. The Boston-based company said about 1.5 million of its customers are eligible to participate in the settlement, which covers John Hancock's liability in 21 class-action lawsuits filed against a number of life insurance companies.
SPORTS
September 18, 1989 | From Associated Press
Just when Dallas running back Herschel Walker started to feel comfortable in Atlanta's Fulton County Stadium, so did Atlanta quarterback Chris Miller. Miller completed 21 of 29 passes for 255 yards Sunday, helping the Falcons overcome a 21-10 halftime deficit for a 27-21 win, spoiling Walker's first professional appearance in his home state.
SPORTS
December 15, 1988
The Rams, who have placed more players in the Pro Bowl than any other National Football League team in the 1980s, added five more to the list Wednesday when the teams were announced. Representing the Rams on the National Football Conference team in the game Jan. 29 at Honolulu will be tackle Jackie Slater and center Doug Smith, both for the fourth time; cornerback Jerry Gray for the third; wide receiver Henry Ellard for the second, and guard Tom Newberry for the first.
SPORTS
November 7, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Chris Miller got a fast start and the Atlanta Falcons have a new one. Miller connected with Gene Lang on a 45-yard touchdown pass play that started the Falcons to a 20-0 victory over the Green Bay Packers Sunday, breaking an 8-game home field losing streak. "We're on the right track," said Miller, who took the Falcons to a second straight victory since returning from a ankle injury. "I felt like we needed to get started quick and we did with that TD pass on which Gene made a good play.
SPORTS
October 23, 1989 | From Associated Press
Earl Ferrell scored two of his three touchdowns in the first quarter and Phoenix avoided turnover problems Sunday to beat the Atlanta Falcons, 34-20, and end a four-game losing streak. The Cardinals (3-4) got four rushing touchdowns in a game for the first time since Oct. 14, 1984, when they beat Chicago, 38-21, in St. Louis. Coach Gene Stallings said, "We haven't been getting the job done in the running area and we really concentrated on that in practice this week.
BUSINESS
October 9, 1996
Apparel company St. John Knits has agreed to pay $100,000 to settle a civil lawsuit alleging that the Irvine-based company violated state law by disposing hazardous waste into a sewer line. St. John Knits admitted no wrongdoing in connection with the allegations by Orange County Dist. Atty. Michael R. Capizzi. County investigators found during intermittent testing that on two occasions hazardous waste had been disposed of in sewer lines serving the company's plant. St.
SPORTS
September 9, 1989 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
It normally takes two hours to drive from Ruffin, N.C., to Boone, W. Va., unless, of course, you're John Settle and you've just heard the most amazing news of your already charmed National Football League career. Then it's pedal-to-the-metal, Smokies-be-damned time as you cross state lines in desperate search of a dependable television and a nightly sportscast. That's what Settle did on April 23, tempting fate and radar guns of the North Carolina Highway Patrol.
SPORTS
October 3, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Kelly Stouffer didn't figure in any of the scoring plays, but the Seattle Seahawks got just what they wanted from their rookie quarterback--a win. Stouffer, in his first NFL start, engineered touchdown drives of 65, 76, 73 and 64 yards Sunday as the Seahawks downed the Atlanta Falcons, 31-20. "All around it felt real good," Stouffer said. "I felt at peace and able to handle everything they handed me." Stouffer's starting debut could have come a year ago with the St.
SPORTS
December 19, 1988 | From Associated Press
The thrill of a dramatic 10-9 victory over the Atlanta Falcons was tinged with regret for the New Orleans Saints. The Saints' 10-6 record, second best in franchise history, wasn't good enough to get New Orleans into the playoffs. The Saints were eliminated by Philadelphia's 23-7 win over Dallas Sunday. The Saints needed to win and have both the Rams and Eagles lose in order to earn their second consecutive wild-card berth. The Saints were 12-3 in 1987, their first-ever winning season.
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