February 28, 1996 |
University of Dayton center Chris Daniels died of an irregular heartbeat, a coroner ruled Tuesday. Montgomery County Coroner James Davis said the irregularity, or cardiac arrhythmia, caused Daniels' heart to quiver and fail to pump enough blood early on Feb. 8, when the 6-foot-10, 238-pound senior was stricken at his off-campus home. "It's a very uncommon occurrence among young individuals, but it does happen," said Ken Betz, director of the coroner's office.
February 9, 1996 |
He practiced with the team Wednesday and later said he felt fine. Hours later, University of Dayton center Chris Daniels was dead. Daniels, 22, was pronounced dead at Miami Valley Hospital at 5:31 a.m. He had arrived in "full cardiac arrest" after being rushed from his campus-area home in an ambulance and could not be resuscitated, hospital spokeswoman Julie Weber said. Montgomery County Coroner James Davis said cause of death could not be determined from preliminary autopsy results.
February 17, 1996 |
It was Jan. 6, at Amherst, Dayton versus Massachusetts, Chris Daniels versus Marcus Camby. A prelude to two mysteries. Daniels joked before the Atlantic 10 Conference game that he hadn't heard much about Camby, claiming he didn't have cable. Right. Daniels knew everything about Camby, college basketball's probable player of the year.
September 9, 2010 |
Unbeaten boxer Floyd Mayweather Jr. is being sought for questioning in Las Vegas after a domestic violence report was given by his former girlfriend early Thursday morning. The woman, Josie Harris , who Las Vegas Metropolitan Police say has children with Mayweather, summoned multiple police cars at 5:03 a.m. to a southwest Las Vegas home and reported the boxer attacked her. Domestic violence investigators were at the scene, police spokesman Bill Cassell said. The spokesman said Harris was treated at a hospital for "minor injuries" and released.
September 17, 2008 |
Julius and ethel Rosenberg were executed 55 years ago, on June 19, 1953. But last week, they were back in the headlines when Morton Sobell, the co-defendant in their famous espionage trial, finally admitted that he and his friend, Julius, had both been Soviet agents. It was a stunning admission; Sobell, now 91 years old, had adamantly maintained his innocence for more than half a century. After his comments were published, even the Rosenbergs' children, Robert and Michael Meeropol, were left with little hope to hang on to -- and this week, in comments unlike any they've made previously, the brothers acknowledged having reached the difficult conclusion that their father was, indeed, a spy. "I don't have any reason to doubt Morty," Michael Meeropol told Sam Roberts of the New York Times.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 10, 2003
These Californians filed nomination documents with county registrars before Saturday's 5 p.m. deadline, a key step toward appearing on the ballot in the Oct. 7 recall election. Their ranks include professional politicians, a radiologist, a nuclear engineer, an adult education teacher, a porn star and a 100-year-old woman from Long Beach. The availability of information and photographs of candidates varied Saturday.