February 10, 2008
It was spring '05, and Michael Sean Ryan, a transportation coordinator from Upland, was working on a movie. On a break, he decided on an easy ride through the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada on his BMW R1150R. "I love the great motorcycle roads with great twists and turns, and little traffic," Ryan said. He captured this one with a Canon PowerShot A710.
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September 17, 2003 |
Maureen Ryan, 55, an outspoken critic of the U.S. government's treatment of soldiers sprayed with the herbicide Agent Orange during the Vietnam War, died Sept. 8 of pancreatic cancer in Boca Raton, Fla. Ryan and her husband, a Vietnam veteran, and their two children, who were both born with birth defects, came to symbolize the unhealed wounds of the Vietnam War when they became part of a class-action suit filed by veterans exposed to Agent Orange.
August 7, 2012 |
LONDON---The brilliant minds at the Guardian were at it again, putting up an animated, brick-by-brick look at Usain Bolt's victory in the 100 meters. "How could we ever have doubted him?" It's hard to say if this offering was better than the Michael Phelps-Ryan Lochte, brick-by-brick showdown in the 200-meter individual medley. Call it a photo finish. ALSO: Usain Bolt stars in morning track session Aly Raisman wins gold medal in floor exercise Canada says they lost to referee, not U.S. in women's soccer
March 10, 2010 |
Angels 6, San Diego 5 > > > Tempe, Ariz. AT THE PLATE: Ryan Mount hit a home run, Reggie Willits stroked a two-run single and Michael Ryan had an RBI single to key a four-run sixth inning. Ryan, who is trying to win a reserve outfield spot, also doubled in the fifth. Bobby Wilson hit a two-run triple in the seventh, and Hideki Matsui , making his exhibition debut for the Angels, struck out and singled in two at-bats. ON THE MOUND: It wasn't a clean inning — he gave up a two-out triple to Kyle Banks — but closer Brian Fuentes looked a lot sharper during a scoreless fourth than he did in his first outing Friday, when he gave up a run on two hits and a walk against Colorado.
June 11, 1988 |
Defense attorneys abruptly rested their case Friday in the 7-day-old trial of ousted Gov. Evan Mecham and his brother, Willard, who are accused of concealing a $350,000 campaign loan. The defense ended its case after three days without calling either of the Mechams to testify. The attorneys for both sides are to meet with the judge Monday to discuss instructions to the jury, and closing arguments are expected to begin Tuesday.
April 1, 2010
San Diego 5, Angels 3 At Angel Stadium AT THE PLATE: On the first pitch of his first at-bat as an Angel at Angel Stadium, Hideki Matsui slapped a single past Padres first baseman Adrian Gonzalez, scoring Bobby Abreu from second base. Matsui struck out in his other two at-bats. Kendry Morales scored on a Brandon Wood sacrifice fly in the sixth inning, and singled to score Michael Ryan in the ninth. ON THE MOUND: Joe Saunders gave up four hits and two runs in five innings in his final spring tuneup.
November 27, 2002 |
The Arizona Supreme Court on Tuesday denied an injunction request by dog and horse track owners, opening the way for Gov. Jane Dee Hull to immediately sign casino agreements with Native American tribes. It was the third time in three days that the tracks petitioned a state court for a stay preventing the implementation of Proposition 202, a measure to expand gambling on tribal lands that was approved by voters Nov. 5.
February 12, 1998 |
The Marine Corps said Wednesday that the commander of an EA-6B attack jet squadron has been relieved of duty in connection with the probe of a cable-car tragedy involving another unit that killed 20 people in Italy. The statement came one week after a Marine EA-6B flew too low in the Dolomite Mountains of northern Italy and cut the support cable of a ski-lift car. The gondola plunged to the ground, killing 20 people in the resort of Cavalese. The officer, Lt. Col.
June 17, 1987
A judge took under advisement Tuesday a request that he reconsider a gag order in the Phoenix Suns' drug case and dismissed one count against each of the three defendants because the only witness against them was killed in a traffic accident. Judge Michael Ryan of Maricopa County Superior Court also said that he would give defense attorneys an opportunity to interview the Suns' Walter Davis, a key witness in the case, before deciding whether to order the release of Davis' medical records.