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Jon Hager 'Hee Haw' comedian, musician Jon Hager, 67, who performed in the musical comedy duo the Hager Twins on the television show "Hee Haw," was found dead in his Nashville apartment Friday. Hager had apparently died in his sleep, said Sam Lovullo,...
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Latimes.comBig Ben Roethlisberger of 2-0 Pittsburgh could displace Tom Brady of 1-1 New England as the NFL's reigning most valuable quarterback this week when they meet at Pittsburgh in the featured Sunday afternoon game. During the Steelers' fast start this...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterMaharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of the Transcendental Meditation movement, who taught the Beatles to meditate, made "mantra" a household word in the 1970s and built a multimillion-dollar empire on a promise of inner harmony and world peace, died...
Associated PressMerle Harmon, a broadcaster who in a career spanning more than 40 years called professional and college sports for NBC and ABC including the World Series, the Super Bowl and the Winter Olympics, died Wednesday at Arlington Memorial Hospital in Arlington,...
NewsdayWhy isn't Dwayne Johnson a big star by now? The camera loves him. He's funny, self-deprecating and takes the occasional quirky chance with an off-the-mainstream-reservation experiment like the someday-to-be-released "Southland Tales." Maybe having to...
Zap2It.comJake Gyllenhaal is set to play famously hard-living and prognosticating quarterback Joe Namath in a Universal biopic. Don't get too excited about seeing the interception-prone Jets quarterback's life on the big screen any time soon, though. According...
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Tribune staff reporterThe 1983 draft put the Bears on the path to the Super Bowl two years later. The Bears picked up Walter Payton in 1975, which made that a watershed draft. But when it comes to the best draft in Bears history, it is no contest. On Nov. 28, 1964, the...
Sal Marchiano, the sports anchor for the CW11 News At Ten, has been reporting sports on New York television for 40 years. Brooklyn-born and bred, Sal has always worked in the New York metropolitan area. In 1963, after graduating from Fordham...
NEW YORK (AP) - Brett Favre informed the New York Jets on Wednesday he will retire after 18 seasons, ending a record-setting career in which he was one of the NFL's premier quarterbacks. The 39-year-old instructed agent James "Bus" Cook to...
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Latimes.comWhen onetime NFL coaches Pete Carroll of USC and Charlie Weis of Notre Dame were cranking up last week for the football game of the year — college or pro — Weis apparently confided to at least three newspaper reporters: "I own Pete Carroll."...
Latimes.comOne good thing about life in Los Angeles is that on fall Sundays, there are three NFL games on network TV — including two at the same time — as there were last Sunday morning, when, in the same three-hour span, L.A. football fans could compare...
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WatchdogGenerally, my days of getting chills over sports are long gone. But I admit it, I got them listening to WFAN's compilation of the top 25 moments at Shea Stadium. Fine work, FAN people.......
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