Archive for August, 2009

South Bend, Indiana; August 31, 2009

August 31, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE

▪Positive Life Skills: Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.

▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Loons 4, Silver Hawks 2.
MLB National League: Mets 4, Cubs 1; Cardinals 2, Nationals 1; Dodgers 3, Reds 2; (12); Marlins 6, Padres 4; Brewers 4, Pirates 1; Giants 9, Rockies 5; Diamondbacks 4, Astros 3; Phillies 3, Braves 2.
MLB American League: Yankees 8, White Sox 3; Tigers 4, Rays 3; Royals 3, Mariners 0; Angels 9, Athletics 1; Twins 5, Rangers 3; Orioles 5, Indians 2; Red Sox 7, Blue Jays 0; 
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 77-55; Cubs 65-63 (10); Brewers 64-66 (12); Astros 62-68 (14);  Reds 56-73 (19.5); Pirates 53-75 (22); East–Phillies 75-53; Braves 68-62 (8); Marlins 68-62 (8); Mets 59-72 (17.5); Nationals 46-85 (30.5); West–Dodgers 78-53; Rockies 72-59 (6); Giants 72-59 (6); Diamondbacks 59-72 (19); Padres 56-76 (22.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 69-60; Twins 65-65 (4.5); White Sox 64-67 (6); Indians 58-72 (11.5); Royals 50-80 (19.5); East–Yankees 82-48; Red Sox 76-54 (6); Rays 70-59 (11.5); Blue Jays 58-70 (23); Orioles 54-77 (28.5); West–Angels 77-52; Rangers 72-57 (5); Mariners 68-63 (10); Athletics 57-73 (20.5).
WNBA: Liberty 77, Sky 63 (C. Dupree 15 points, 13 rebounds; J. McCarville 15 points, 8 rebounds, 4 assists); Mystics 81, Lynx 75 (C. Houston 20 points; C. Langhorne 18 points, 10 rebounds); Sparks 91, Sun 81 (L. Whalen 15 points, 4 rebounds, 9 assists; C. Parker 20 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists).
Soccer:  First WPS All-Star Game, WPS All-Stars 4, Umea IK (Sweden) 2; MLS–Rapids 1, Dynamo 0; Red Bulls 1, Crew 0.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Bears 27, Broncos 17 (Jay Cutler 15-21, 144 YDs, 1 TD, 0 INT, 106.1 rating; ND’s Darius Walker scored TD in fourth quarter, was Bronco’s leading rusher with 38 yards).
NFL Notes:  Chiefs–QB Matt Cassel out 2-4 weeks with knee injury; could miss opener; Patriots–Tedy “Ice Cold” Bruschi retires after 13 year career; suffered stroke after Pro Bowl in 2005 and came back to Pat’s lineup eight months later; Bengals–Bengals finally sign top draft pick, OT Andre Smith from Alabama.
Golf:  PGA Barclays at New Jersey–1. Heath Slocum -9; 2. Tiger Woods, Padraig Harrington, Ernie Els, Steve Stricker -8; LPGA Safeway Classic at North Plains, OR–1. M.J. Hur -13; 2. Suzann Pettersen and Michele Redman -13 (Hur wins playoff); Champions Boeing Classic at Snoqualmie, WA–1. Loren Roberts -18, 2. Mark O’Meara -17.
MMA:  UFC–Todd Duffee (6-0, 1-0 UFC) scores KO in record time of seven seconds in his first UFC fight; defeats Canadian Tim Hague.
Little League World Series Final:
(Chula Vista) California 6, (Taoyuan) Taiwan 3.
NASCAR Sprint Cup: No race scheduled; next event Pep Boys Auto 500 at Atlanta Motor Speedway, September 6, 7 p.m.
IRL Peak Antifreeze & Motor Oil Indy 300 at Chicagoland Motor Speedway: 1. Ryan Briscoe; 2. Scott Dixon; 3. Mario Moraes; 4. Dario Franchitti; 5. Graham Rahal; 6. Ed Carpenter; 7. Oriol Servia; 8. Tomas Scheckter; 9. Raphael Matos; 10. Justin Wilson.
IRL Standings: 1. Ryan Briscoe 550; 2. Dario Franchitti 525; 3. Scott Dixon 517; 4. Helio Castroneves 383; 5. Danica Patrick 353; 6. Marco Andretti 342; 7. Tony Kanaan; 8. Graham Rahal 331; 9. Dan Wheldon 318; 10. Justin Wilson 316.

Local


Local Headlines:
Nice Kitty–neighbors report bobcat near Potawatomi Zoo; Road Construction–construction work on Douglas Road between Grape and Main today.
Area Headlines:  Health Care Townhall–U.S. Rep. Mark Souder to hold health care town hall Monday night at Middlebury in Elkhart County; Swine Flu–two Indiana universities report swine flu cases.
Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since leaving Elkhart Memorial High School one week ago today.

Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since leaving Elkhart Memorial High School one week ago today.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–Bank Bailout–U.S. government has made $4-billion in profits from large bank bailouts; California–(1) two firefighters killed in massive L.A. County wildfires; (2) California police expand search in Jaycee Lee Dugard kidnapping case; experts say victims like Jaycee stay with abductors out of fear; say criticism of survivors is unfair; Texas–three Texas boaters missing for a week rescued at sea; Pakistan–Pakistan army kills 45 Taliban; border reopens; Afghanistan–U.S. Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal, commander of U.S. and NATO troops in Afghanistan, says situation there is “serious” but success could be achieved with a revised strategy; Mexico–category 4 hurricane threatens Mexico’s west coast; Georgia–citizens of Brunswick fear that mass killer is on the loose after eight people killed and one injured in local mobile home; seven died at scene and one, 19-year-old Michael Toler, passed away at hospital; Toler is the only victim authorities have named; Economy–oil near $71 per barrel while stock prices fall; Israel–former Israeli PM Olmert indicted.
Entertainment:  Jenna Bush–Jenna Bush Hager, daughter of President George W. Bush and granddaughter of President George H.W. Bush, gets job doing monthly features for “Today” show; Rimes-Cibrian–LeaAnn Rimes’ new boyfriend Eddie Cibrian ends his marriage; Daytime Emmys–“The Bold and the Beautiful” wins best drama award at Daytime Emmys; Rachael Ray and Tyra Banks win talk/information show awards; “Guiding Light,” which is leaving the air after 72 years, won a co-best supporting actor for Jeff Branson who plays Shayne Lewis.
Deaths:

Weather
Today High 68 Low 47 Sunny
Tue
High 73 Low 50 Sunny
Wed
High 76 Low 54 Sunny
Thu High 76 Low 55 Sunny
Fri
High 75 Low 57 Partly Cloudy

TV Listings: 16–8 p.m., Law & Order: Criminal Intent (two episodes); 22–8-9 p.m., How I Met Your Mother (two episodes);  9 p.m., Two and a Half Men; 9:30 p.m., The Big Bang Theory; 25–8 p.m., One Tree Hill; 9 p.m., Gossip Girl;28–8 p.m., House; 9 p.m., Lie to Me; 34–p.m., 8 p.m., Antiques Roadshow; 9 p.m., History Detectives; 46–8 p.m., Lester Sumrall Teaching; 8:30 p.m., Bible Prophecy Unraveled; 9 p.m., Harvest; 57–8-11 p.m., CMA Music Festival; 69–8-9 p.m., Twilight Zone (two episodes); 9 p.m., Magic’s Biggest Secrets Finally Revealed.

South Bend, Indiana; August 30, 2009

August 30, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE

▪Positive Life Skills: Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Loons 6, Silver Hawks 0.
MLB National League: Cubs 11, Mets 4 (Jake Fox 5 RBIs, including grand slam); Cardinals 9, Nationals 4; Dodgers 11, Reds 4; Padres 7, Marlins 4; Braves 9, Phillies 1; Brewers 7, Pirates 3; Diamondbacks 9, Astros 0; Giants 5, Rockies 3.
MLB American League: Yankees 10, White Sox 0; Rays 3, Tigers 1; Mariners 8, Royals 4; Athletics 4, Angels 3; Rangers 3, Twins 0; Red Sox 3, Blue Jays 2; Indians 5, Orioles 3; 
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 76-55; Cubs 65-62 (9); Brewers 63-66 (12); Astros 62-67 (13);  Reds 56-72 (18.5); Pirates 53-74 (21); East–Phillies 74-53; Braves 68-61 (7); Marlins 67-62 (8); Mets 58-72 (17.5); Nationals 46-84 (29.5); West–Dodgers 77-53; Rockies 72-58 (5); Giants 71-59 (6); Diamondbacks 58-72 (19); Padres 56-75 (21.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 68-60; Twins 64-65 (4.5); White Sox 64-66 (5); Indians 58-71 (10.5); Royals 49-80 (19.5); East–Yankees 81-48; Red Sox 75-54 (6); Rays 70-58 (10.5); Blue Jays 58-69 (22); Orioles 53-77 (28.5); West–Angels 76-52; Rangers 72-56 (4); Mariners 68-62 (9); Athletics 57-72 (19.5).
WNBA: Monarchs 79, Fever 78 (N. Powell 19 points, 11 rebounds, 4 assists; K. Douglas 24 points); Silver Stars 100, Shock 88 (OT) (D. Nolan 34 points; B. Hammon 32 points, 9 assists); Storm 91, Dream 84 (2 OT) (T. Wright 25 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists; S. Lyttle 15 points, 11 rebounds, 3 assists); Mercury 95, Sun 84 (A. Jekabsone-Zogota 23 points, 6 rebounds; D. Taurasi 25 points, 9 rebounds, 5 assists).
Soccer:  First WPS All-Star Game, WPS All-Stars vs. Umea IK (Sweden) at Anheuser-Busch Soccer Park in Fenton, MO; today, 5:30 p.m.; MLS–DC United 1, Fire 0; Real Salt Lake 1, Wizards 0; Galaxy 1, Chivas USA 0; Revolution 2, Sharks 1; Toronto FC 0, Sounders 0.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Lions 18, Colts 17; Saints 45, Raiders 7; Steelers 17, Bills 0; Browns 23, Titans 17 (Brady Quinn 11-15, 128 YDs, 1 TD, 0 INT, 121 rating); Falcons 27, Chargers 24; Ravens 17, Panthers 13; 49ers 20, Cowboys 13; Seahawks 14, Chiefs 10; Jets 27, Giants 25.
NFL Notes:  Buccaneers–Bucs name ex-Jaguar starter Byron Leftwich their starting QB.
NCAA Football:  Michigan–Michigan players allege NCAA violations.

Local


Local Headlines:
ND–Notre Dame receives $35-million gift.
Area Headlines:  Vigil–vigil held for Marissa Liggett.
Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday, August 24.

Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday, August 24.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-Presidents Obama, Carter, Clinton, and George W. Bush attend funeral rites for Sen. Edward Kennedy I; Washington, D.C.–Sen. Edward Kennedy I laid to rest by brothers JFK Sr. and RFK I at Arlington National Cemetery near eternal flame; Georgia–seven killed, two badly hurt in Brunswick, GA mobile home; California–(1) authorities missed countless opportunities to rescue kidnapped Jaycee Lee Dugard during her 18-year captivity; (2) Southern California wildfire threatens thousands; Japan–opposition party wins landslide victory in parliamentary elections opening way for Yukio Hatoyama to replace Taro Aso as PM, possibly within next two weeks; Pakistan–blast kills 14 police recruits in Pakistan’s Swat.
Entertainment:  Oasis–Noel Gallagher quits band Oasis; MJ–Michael Jackson burial, originally scheduled for his birthday, moved back to September 3; only close friends will be invited;  will be interred in the Great Mausoleum at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, CA; thousands of fans commemorate late singer’s 51st birthday in NYC’s Central Park at party hosted by Spike Lee.
Deaths:

Weather
Today High 65 Low 47 Partly Cloudy
Mon High 70 Low 48 Sunny
Tue
High 74 Low 51 Sunny
Wed
High 75 Low 53 Sunny
Thu High 75 Low 55 Sunny

TV Listings: 16–8-11 p.m., Sunday Night Football: Bears at Broncos; 22–8 p.m., Big Brother; 9 p.m., There Goes the Neighborhood; 25–8-10 p.m., Daytime Emmy Awards; 28–8-9 p.m., The Simpsons (two episodes); 9 p.m., Family Guy; 9:30 p.m., American Dad; 34–8 p.m., Nature; 9-10:30 p.m., Masterpiece Mystery; 46–8 p.m., Feed the Children; 8:30 p.m., Jack Van Impe Presents; 9 p.m., Winter JRC; 9:30 p.m., Dr. Leroy Thompson; 57–8 p.m., Extreme Makeover: Home Edition; 9 p.m., Shark Tank; 69–8-10 p.m., Quicksilver.

South Bend, Indiana; August 29, 2009

August 29, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE

▪Positive Life Skills: Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Loons 8, Silver Hawks 0.
MLB National League: Cubs 5, Mets 2; Cardinals 3, Nationals 2 (Albert Pujols walk-off HR, #41); Phillies 4, Braves 2; Reds 4, Dodgers 2; Padres 9, Marlins 5; Brewers 8, Pirates 6; Diamondbacks 14, Astros 7; Giants 2, Rockies 0.
MLB American League: Yankees 5, White Sox 2 (10); Tigers 6, Rays 2; Mariners 6, Royals 2; Angels 11, Athletics 7; Twins 3, Rangers 2; Red Sox 6, Blue Jays 5; Orioles 13, Indians 4.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 75-55; Cubs 64-62 (9); Astros 62-66 (12); Brewers 62-66 (12); Reds 56-71 (17.5); Pirates 53-73 (20); East–Phillies 74-52; Marlins 67-61 (8); Braves 67-61 (8); Mets 58-71 (17.5); Nationals 46-83 (29.5); West–Dodgers 76-53; Rockies 72-57 (4); Giants 70-59 (6); Diamondbacks 57-72 (19); Padres 55-75 (21.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 68-59; Twins 63-64 (4.5); White Sox 64-65 (5); Indians 57-71 (11.5); Royals 49-79 (19.5); East–Yankees 80-48; Red Sox 74-54 (6); Rays 69-58 (10.5); Blue Jays 58-68 (21); Orioles 53-76 (27.5); West–Angels 76-51; Rangers 71-56 (5); Mariners 67-62 (10); Athletics 56-72 (20.5).
MLB Notes:  Cubs–pitchers Rich Harden and Aaron Heilman (ex-ND) claimed off waiver; Cubs have until Monday to withdraw them from waivers or make trade; Angels–Angels get LHP Scott Kazmir from Braves.
WNBA: Sky 96, Liberty 77 (C. Dupree 26 points, 6 rebounds, 4 assists); Lynx 100, Monarchs 95 (H. Maiga-ba 20 points; N. Anosike 17 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists).
NBA Notes:  NBA–NBA suspends Nuggets’ J.R. Smith and Suns’ Jason Richardson for driving offenses.
Soccer:  First WPS All-Star Game, WPS All-Stars vs. Umea IK (Sweden) at Anheuser-Busch Soccer Park in Fenton, MO; Sunday, 5:30 p.m.; MLS–next action today.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Patriots 27, Redskins 24 (Tom Brady shoulder sore after crushing hit by Albert Haynesworth); Packers 44, Cardinals 37 (Aaron Rodgers throws for 258 yards and three TDs in first half; Matt Leinart threw for 360 yards and three TDs in second half; first round pick Beanie Wells rushes for two Cardinal TDs).
Michigan H.S. Football: Coloma-Watervliet rivalry 100 years old.

Local


Local Headlines:
IUSB–IUSB setting record fall enrollment of 8,100 but fewer students living in new student apartments; Stabbing–South Bend woman stabbed in 1100 block of East Altgeld yesterday evening; Notre Dame–buildings reopened after fire causes evacuation at ND.
Area Headlines:  St. Joseph–judge hears plea from residents to stop inclusion of public park section in new Jack Nicklaus golf course under construction; Goshen–Goshen City Council to vote on final reading of ordinance prohibiting discrimination on basis of sexual orientation or gender identity Tuesday; Elkhart–Elkhart police fining students for jaywalking; Pot Bust–Berrien County man jailed after 156 marijuana plants and growing equipment found in house on 4000 block of Snow Road; Mega-Millions–Mega-Millions jackpot up to $333-million; Hoosier residents have to buy tickets in Michigan.
Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since leaving Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.

Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since leaving Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-President Obama arrives in Boston to deliver eulogy at Ted Kennedy I funeral mass; Buy Green–government earmarks $300-million for program to give rebates for green appliances; difference between this program and “Cash for Clunkers” is that buyer does not have to turn in old appliance; Afghanistan–incumbent President Hamid Karzai increases lead to 46.2%-31.4% over Abdullah Abdullah in Afghan presidential election; Karzai needs 50% to avoid runoff; results won’t be finalized until late September; Iraq–imprisoned reporter who threw shoe at President Bush to be released early; Pakistan–Pakistan suicide bomber camp reportedly destroyed; Koreas–North Korea frees four South Korean fishermen; Malaysia–Muslims in Malaysia banned from attending Black Eyed Peas concert.
Entertainment:  Big Brother–Russell evicted on “Big Brother;”
Deaths: Adam Goldstein, 36–also known as DJ AM–found dead in Lafayette Street apartment; Goldstein had survived plane crash in 2008; police suspect a drug overdose; Richard Egan, 73; EMC Corp. chairman and former U.S. ambassador to Ireland; Alex Grass, 82; founder of Rite-Aid Corp.

Weather
Today High 63 Low 51 Partly Cloudy
Sun High 64 Low 46 Partly Cloudy
Mon High 69 Low 49 Sunny
Tue High 71 Low 50 Sunny
Wed High 70 Low 51 Sunny

TV Listings: 16–8 p.m., Law & Order: Criminal Intent; 9 p.m., 25th Anniversary of Wrestlemania; 10 p.m., Law & Order: SVU: 22–8-11 p.m., NFL: Chargers at Falcons; 25–8:30 p.m., CW Fall Preview; 8:30-10:30 p.m., The Bad Son; 10:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m., The Brothers Grimm; 28–3:30 p.m., This Week in Baseball; 4 p.m.–MLB: Mets at Cubs; 8-10 p.m., Cops (two episodes); 9 p.m., America’s Most Wanted; 10 p.m., Fox 28 News; 10:30 p.m., Family Guy; 34–7-8:30 p.m., Great Performances; 8:30 p.m., PBS Previews: The National Parks; 9 p.m., American Masters; 10 p.m., P.O.V; 46–8-9 p.m., Paid; 9 p.m., Best of Harvest; 10 p.m., Paid; 10:30 p.m., Hope for the Hungry; 57–8-10 p.m., Flightplan; 10 p.m., Jimmy Kimmel’s Big Night of Stars; 69–8-10 p.m., The Newton Boys; 10 p.m., Untouchables.

South Bend, Indiana; August 28, 2009

August 28, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Silver Hawks 4, Dragons 2.
MLB National League: Nationals 5, Cubs 4; Astros 4, Cardinals 3; Mets 10, Marlins 3; Reds 8, Brewers 5; Dodgers 3, Rockies 2; Pirates 3, Phillies 2; Braves 9, Padres 1; Diamondbacks 11, Giants 0.
MLB American League: White Sox 9 Red Sox 5; Tigers idle; Athletics 2, Angels 0; Royals 8, Mariners 4; Indians 5, Orioles 4.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 74-55; Cubs 63-62 (9); Astros 62-65 (11); Brewers 61-66 (12); Reds 55-71 (17.5); Pirates 53-72 (19); East–Phillies 73-52; Marlins 67-60 (7); Braves 67-60 (7); Mets 58-70 (16.5); Nationals 46-82 (28.5); West–Dodgers 76-52; Rockies 72-56 (4); Giants 69-59 (7); Diamondbacks 56-72 (20); Padres 54-75 (22.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 67-59; White Sox 64-64 (4); Twins 63-64 (4.5); Indians 57-70 (10.5); Royals 49-78 (18.5); East–Yankees 79-48; Red Sox 73-534(6); Rays 69-57 (10); Blue Jays 58-67 (20.5); Orioles 52-76 (27.5); West–Angels 75-51; Rangers 70-55 (5.5); Mariners 66-62 (10); Athletics 56-71 (19.5).
MLB Notes:  Red Sox–Red Sox activate newly-obtained reliever Billy Wagner, release starter Brad Penny; Penny was 1-6 in last 11 starts.
WNBA: Fever 77, Silver Stars 66 (A Wauters 18 points, 14 rebounds; T. Catchings 20 points, 8 rebounds); Storm 86, Sun 74 (S. Bird 21 points, 7 assists; fourth straight win for Storm; L. Whalen 18 points, 4 rebounds, 5 assists); Shock 87, Dream 83 (E. Desouza 16 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists; D. Nolan 29 points, 5 rebounds); Mercury 98, Sparks 90 (C. Pondexter 26 points, 4 rebounds, 6 assists; L. Leslie 23 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists).
Soccer:  First WPS All-Star Game, WPS All-Stars vs. Umea IK (Sweden) at Anheuser-Busch Soccer Park in Fenton, MO; Sunday, 5:30 p.m.; MLS–next action tomorrow.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Eagles 33, Jaguars 32 (Michael Vick plays QB and WR; completes four passes; Donovan McNabb 21-36, 244 YDS, 1 TD, 1 INT); Rams 24, Bengals 21 (Jordan Palmer, Carson Palmer’s younger brother, 5-6, 102 YDS, 1 TD, 1 TD, 118.8 Rating; Carson Palmer sat out due to injury); Dolphins 10, Buccaneers 6.
NCAA Football:  USC–Pete Carroll names true freshman Matt Barkley starting QB; first true freshman QB to start a USC football opener.
Golf:  PGA The Barclays–Sergio Garcia shoots 65 for opening round lead; Tiger five shots back with 70.

Local


Local Headlines:
Graffiti–stores in six-block area from Kenmore Avenue to near Navarre Middle School tagged by graffiti “artists”; camera records kids tagging buildings on way to school; South Shore–this weekend will be first of five in which South Shore service will not be available at the South Bend Regional Airport will be not be available due to electrical system upgrades on the tracks east of East Chicago; Rape Charges–Patrick Augustyn, a Notre Dame junior and former member of the Irish swim steam, charged with felony rape in connection with an alleged attack on an intoxicated girl in his dorm room in February; Sex Offenders–woman who was raped 40 years ago compiles list of 92 registered sex offenders living within three-miles of her home on South Bend’s east side; Arrest–unnamed suspect, 45, arrested in connection with home invasion earlier this month at 700 block of East Broadway Street in South Bend; victim was struck with handgun and assailant stomped on her head, leaving her unconscious; suspect reportedly admitted entering woman’s home and assaulting her but denied having a handgun; Plumber Electrocuted–autopsy shows that plumber Allen Smith, 43, was electrocuted while working in a crawl space at Knights’ Inn in Roseland.
Area Headlines:  Lagrange–authorities believe Lagrange man may have faked own death to avoid felony charges.
Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.

Marissa Liggett, 15, has not been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-; Washington, D.C.–Sen. Edward Kennedy I to be buried next to brothers Jack and Bobby at Arlington after lying in state at the JFK Presidential Library in Boston; California–Jaycee Lee Dugard, 29, reunited with family after being kidnapped at age 11 in 1991; was hidden in Placerville backyard for 18 years; registered sex offender Phillip Garrido, 58, and wife Nancy Garrido arrested; police say Nancy was with Phillip during kidnapping which was witnessed by Jaycee’s stepfather; Jaycee had two daughters, ages 11 and 15, allegedly fathered by Garrido; younger girls had never been to school; Jaycee had not been to school since being abducted; Iran–Iran’s president calls for prosecution of opposition leaders; Pennsylvania–Bonnie Sweetin, 38, who faked kidnapping of herself and daughter and instead went to Disney World to avoid arrest, sentenced to prison; term nine-23 months; had blamed two fictitious black men for kidnapping; Saudi Arabia–Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Nayef, nephew of King Abdullah, vows to fight terrorism after surviving attack by suicide bomber; first assassination try against Saudi royal family in decades.
Entertainment:  Girls Producer Goes Wild?–“Girls Gone Wild” producer Joe Francis reportedly punches Brody Jenner’s girlfriend Jayde Nicole at nightclub.
Deaths:

Weather
Today High 66 Low 56 PM T-Showers
Sat High 63 Low 50 AM Clouds/PM Sun
Sun High 64 Low 47 Partly Cloudy
Mon
High 70 Low 48 Mostly Sunny
Tue High 71 Low 50 Sunny

TV Listings: 16–8 p.m., Southland; 9-11 p.m., Dateline NBC; 22–8 p.m., NFL: Patriots at Redskins; 25–8 p.m., Smallville; 9 p.m., Everybody Hates Chris; 9:30 p.m., The Game; 10-11 p.m., Seinfeld (two episodes); 28–8-10 p.m., Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? (two-hour episode);  34–8 p.m., Washington Week with Gwen Ifil; 8:30 p.m., Economic Outlook; 9 p.m., Bill Moyers Journal; 10 p.m., Inside; 46–8 p.m., Lester Sumrall Teaching; 8:30 p.m., LESEA in Action; 9 p.m., Harvest; 10 p.m., Wisdom Keys with Mike Murdock; 10:30 p.m., Joyce Meyer; 57–8 p.m., Supernanny; 9 p.m., Ugly Betty; 10 p.m., 20/20; 69–8-10 p.m., Friday Night Smackdown; 10 p.m., Maury.

South Bend, Indiana; August 27, 2009

August 27, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Silver Hawks 3, Dragons 1.
MLB National League: Cubs 9, Nationals 4; Cardinals 3, Astros 2; Phillies 4, Pirates 1 (10); Padres 12, Braves 5; Marlins 5, Mets 3; Reds 4, Brewers 3 (10); Dodgers 6, Rockies 1; Giants 4, Diamondbacks 3.
MLB American League: Red Sox 3, White Sox 2 (David “Big Papi” Ortiz hits two HRs); Angels 4, Tigers 2; Mariners 5, Athletics 3; Orioles 5, Twins 1; Blue Jays 3, Rays 2; Yankees 9, Rays 2; Indians 4, Royals 2.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 74-54 (Adam Wainwright becomes NL’s first 15-game winner); Cubs 63-61 (9); Astros 61-65 (12); Brewers 61-65 (12); Reds 54-71 (18.5); Pirates 52-72 (20); East–Phillies 73-51; Marlins 67-59 (7); Braves 66-60 (8); Mets 57-70 (17.5); Nationals 45-82 (29.5); West–Dodgers 75-52; Rockies 72-55 (3); Giants 69-58 (6); Diamondbacks 55-72 (20); Padres 54-74 (21.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 67-59; White Sox 63-64 (4.5); Twins 63-64 (4.5); Indians 56-70 (11); Royals 48-78 (19); East–Yankees 79-47; Red Sox 73-53 (6); Rays 69-57 (10); Blue Jays 58-67 (20.5); Orioles 52-75 (27.5); West–Angels 75-50; Rangers 70-55 (5.5); Mariners 66-61 (10); Athletics 55-71 (20.5).
WNBA: No games scheduled.
Soccer:  CONCACAF Champions League–Toluca 3, DC United 1 (Group B); Arabe Unido of Panama 1, Houston Dyanamo 1 (Group A); MLS–Real Salt Lake 4, Chivas USA 0.
NFL Notes:  Jets–rookie from USC Mark Sanchez named Jets’ starting QB.

Local


Local Headlines:
Arrests–Elkhart residents Clarence James-Hawkins, 19, and Christopher Tate, 18, arrested in connection with series of robberies, including one on Belmont Street in South Bend; police say calls made from stolen South Bend phone helped lead to arrest; Body Found–body of man who went missing Wednesday afternoon found under Knights’ Inn in Roseland; man was fixing the plumbing in a crawl space, apparent victim of construction accident; name of victim not yet been releases.
Area Headlines:  Walkerton–driver uninjured in Walkerton train-truck crash; Coloma–Coloma-Hagar Fire Department receives federal grant; More RV Jobs–Dutchmen adding 50 RV jobs in Goshen plant.
Marissa Liggett, 15; has not been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.

Marissa Liggett, 15; has not been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-White House expert advisory group’s report on influenza preparedness contains many recommendations, including appointing a flu czar; Congress–Congressional Budget Office projects record deficits; Massachusetts–Gov. Patrick says it is time to mourn late Sen. Edward Kennedy I; questions surrounding his Senate vacancy can wait;  Gov. Patrick declined to speculate on whether Sen. Kennedy’s nephew, former U.S. Rep. Joseph Kennedy, might be a candidate; Ireland Remembers Teddy–President Mary McAleese and other leaders in Kennedy ancestral homeland pay tribute to late senator; New Mexico–federal probe reportedly clears Gov. Richardson; Pakistan–drone attack in northwestern Pakistan kills six; Dalai Lama–China protests as Taiwan approves visit by Dalai Lama; Afghanistan–August now tied with July as deadliest month for troops fighting in Afghanistan.
Entertainment:  Wizards–“Wizards of Waverly Place” movie features 250 special effects and songs from star Selena Gomez; Lohan Heist–LAPD seeking three suspects in Lindsey Lohan burglary; Madonna–Madonna booed in Romania for defending gypsies.
Deaths: Dominick Dunne, 83; producer, author, investigative journalist, host of TruTv’s “Dominick Dunne’s Power, Privilege, and Justice;” brother of late author John Gregory Dunne; father of actors Griffin Dunne and murdered “Poltergeist” star Dominique Dunne; Ellie Greenwich, 68; songwriter who wrote “Be My Baby,” “Chapel of Love,” and “Leader of the Pack.”

Weather
Today High 69 Low 61 Rain
Fri High 70 Low 58 T-Showers
Sat  High 69  Low 52  Partly Cloudy
Sun High 66 Low 49 Few Showers
Mon High 68 Low 50 Partly Cloudy

TV Listings : 16–8 p.m., 30 Rock; 8:30 p.m., Parks and Recreation; 9 p.m., The Office; 9:30 p.m., 30 Rock; 22–8 p.m., Big Brother; 9 p.m., CSI; 25–8-10 p.m., Supernatural (two episodes); 28–8 p.m., NFL: Dolphins at Buccaneers; 34–8 p.m., This Old House Hour; 9 p.m., Antiques Roadshow; 46–7-10 p.m., Harvest; 57–8-10 p.m., Grey’s Anatomy (two episodes); 69–8-10 p.m., Sweepers.

South Bend, Indiana; August 26, 2009

August 26, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Silver Hawks 4, Dragons 3.
MLB National League: Nationals 15, Cubs 6; Cardinals 1, Astros 0; Pirates 6, Phillies 4; Padres 2, Braves 1 (12); Marlins 2, Mets 1; Reds 8, Brewers 6 (13); Rockies 5, Dodgers 4 (10); Giants 5, Diamondbacks 4.
MLB American League: Red Sox 6, White Sox 3; Tigers 5, Angels 3; Mariners 4, Athletics 2 (10); Royals 6, Indians 2; Twins 7, Orioles 6; Rays 7, Blue Jays 3; Rangers 10, Yankees 9.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 73-54 (Adam Wainwright becomes NL’s first 15-game winner); Cubs 62-61 (9); Astros 61-64 (11); Brewers 61-64 (11); Reds 53-71 (18.5); Pirates 52-71 (19); East–Phillies 72-51; Braves 66-59 (7); Marlins 66-59 (7);  Mets 57-69 (16.5); Nationals 45-81 (28.5); West–Dodgers 74-52; Rockies 72-54 (2); Giants 68-58 (6); Diamondbacks 55-71 (19); Padres 53-74 (21.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 67-58; White Sox 63-63 (4.5); Twins 63-63 (4.5); Indians 55-70 (12); Royals 48-77 (19); East–Yankees 78-47; Red Sox 72-53 (6); Rays 69-56 (9); Blue Jays 57-67 (20.5); Orioles 51-75 (27.5); West–Angels 74-50; Rangers 70-54 (4.5); Mariners 65-61 (10); Athletics 55-70 (19.5).
MLB Notes:  Trade–Red Sox get reliever Billy Wagner from Mets.
WNBA: Sparks 75, Sky 62 (L. Leslie 21 points, 12 rebounds); Shock 90, Sun 70 (K. Smith and S. Gruda 19 points); Storm 78, Mystics 68; Dream 103, Monarchs 83 (I. Castro Marques 30 points, 4 assists; T. Penichiero 9 points, 11 assists).
Soccer:  MLS–no Games Scheduled; next scheduled action Wednesday.
NFL Notes:  Seahawks–Seahawks sign former Colts’ RB Edgerrin James to one-year deal; 49ers–Shaun Hill named starting QB.
NCAA Basketball:  FIU–Isaiah Thomas says he will pull his Florida International Union team out of tournament if they have to play UNC.

Local


Local Headlines:
IUSB–dispute over tuition increases may delay renovations to IUSB administration building; No Charges–St. Joseph Prosecutor’s Office says it will not file charges in stabbing death of Washington High School student Antoine Webb, 17; says 16-year-old girl acted in self-defense.
Area Headlines:  Parlak–two bills pending in Congress may allow Berrien County restaurant owner Ibrahim Parlak to put off deportation; Missing–Elkhart girl Marissa Liggett, 15, hasn’t been seen since she left Elkhart Memorial High School Monday.
Marissa Liggett

Marissa Liggett

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-President Obama calls late Sen. Edward Kennedy I “greatest senator of our time;” Congress–death of Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA)–though expected–is blow to Democrats fighting for health care reform; legislators on both sides of the aisle mourn Sen. Kennedy; Sen. Kennedy had worked with Republican legislators and presidents to get landmark bills passed and signed; Massachusetts–late Sen. Edward Kennedy I’s successor to be chosen by special election no sooner than 145 days and no later than 160 days from now; Sen. Kennedy had tried to get law changed so Gov. Deval Patrick could appoint a successor quickly and keep U.S. Senate filibuster-proof; law had been changed to prevent Republican Gov. Mitt Romney to appoint a successor to Sen. John Kerry during the 2004 presidential election when Kerry was the Democratic nominee; Sen. Kennedy’s nephew, former U.S. Rep. Joseph P. Kennedy II is said to be interested in the seat which has been held by a Kennedy almost continuously since John F. Kennedy Sr. was elected to it in 1952; still a possibility law could be changed but Massachusetts legislature is in recess until after Labor Day; sons U.S. Rep. Patrick J. Kennedy (D-RI) and Edward Kennedy II live out of state; Edward Kennedy II has been said to be considering a run for his local Congressional seat in Connecticut; daughter Kara has battled cancer herself; widow Victoria has said she is not interested in succeeding her husband; Space–bad valve forces NASA to call off shuttle launch; Afghanistan–President Karzai widens lead over Abdullah Abdullah as presidential votes continue to be tallied.
Entertainment:  Chris Brown–Chris Brown sentenced to five years probation and six months community labor for assault on Rihanna.
Deaths: Sen. Edward Kennedy I, 77; last surviving Kennedy brother; three of Joseph P. Kennedy Sr.’s sons served as U.S. Senators (eldest, Joseph Jr., died in WWII) including President John F. Kennedy Sr.; Sen. Kennedy’s brain cancer had been diagnosed in May, 2008; leaves former Ambassador to Ireland Jean Kennedy Smith as last survivor of nine siblings; Kennedy was second-longest serving senator; he took over JFK’s former Senate seat in 1962; Sen. Kennedy’s death comes less than two weeks after that of sister Eunice Kennedy Shriver; survived by wife Victoria; sons U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) and Edward Kennedy II; daughter Kara; two stepchildren; and four grandchildren including Edward Kennedy III.

Weather
Today High 74 Low 60 T-Showers
Thu High 68 Low 57 Showers
Fri High 72 Low 59 Showers
Sat High 71 Low 52 Partly Cloudy
Sun High 64 Low 51 Partly Cloudy

TV Listings: 16–8-10 p.m., America’s Got Talent (two episodes); 22–8 p.m., New Adventures of Old Christine; 8:30 p.m., Gary Unmarried; 9 p.m., Criminal Minds; 25–8-10 p.m., America’s Next Top Model (two episodes); 28–8-10 p.m., Bones (two episodes); 34–8-9:30 p.m., Great Performances; 9:30 p.m., PBS Previews: The National Parks; 46–8 p.m., Lester Sumrall Teaching; 8:30 p.m., Making Healthy Choices; 9 p.m., Harvest;  57–8 p.m., Wipeout; 9 p.m., Crash Course; 69–7-9 p.m., MLB: White Sox at Red Sox.

South Bend, Indiana; August 25, 2009

August 25, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Silver Hawks 7, Dragons 3.
MLB National League: Cubs and Cardinals idle; Phillies 6, Mets 2; Brewers 7, Nationals 1; Rockies 6, Giants 4 (14).
MLB American League: Red Sox 12, White Sox 8; Mariners 3, Athletics 1; Tigers 10, Angels 7; Indians 10, Royals 6; Twins 2, Orioles 1; Rays 12, Blue Jays 7.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 72-54; Cubs 62-60 (8); Astros 61-63 (10); Brewers 61-63 (10); Reds 52-71 (18.5); Pirates 51-71 (19); East–Phillies 72-50; Braves 66-58 (6.5); Marlins 65-59 (7.5);  Mets 57-67 (15.5); Nationals 44-80 (28.5); West–Dodgers 74-51; Rockies 71-54 (3); Giants 67-58 (7); Diamondbacks 55-70 (19); Padres 52-74 (22.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 66-58; White Sox 63-62 (3.5); Twins 62-63 (4.5); Indians 55-69 (11); Royals 47-77 (19); East–Yankees 78-46; Red Sox 71-53 (7); Rays 68-56 ( 10); Blue Jays 57-66 (20); Orioles 51-74 (27.5); West–Angels 74-49; Rangers 69-54 (5.5); Mariners 64-61 (11); Athletics 55-69 (19.5).
WNBA: No Games Scheduled.
Soccer:  MLS–no Games Scheduled; next scheduled action Wednesday.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Ravens 24, Jets 23.
Notes:  Chargers–QB Philip Rivers signs $93-million extension with Chargers; Harrison–former Colt WR Marvin Harrison still without a team as season approaches.
Deaths:  Tom Sailor, 73; Austrian skiing great who became the first skiier to win all three alpine at a Winter Olympics in 1956.

Local


Local Headlines:
Guilty Plea–RaLynn Newcomb, wife of ex-St. Joseph County police officer Gary Newcomb, pleads guilty for her role in defrauding an insurance company after a 2003 car accident; Gary Newcomb resigned from county police after pleading guilty; New School–charter school Xavier School of Excellence opens at former J.E. Walz Furniture Store building on South Michigan Street in South Bend; Finalist–PHM teacher Cindy Batalis one of 10 finalists for Indiana’s 2010 Teacher of the Year.
Area Headlines:  Parlak–Berrien County restaurant owner Ibrahim Parlak loses appeal of his deportation order to native Turkey in federal court despite support of U.S. Senator Carl Levin and U.S. Rep. Fred Upton; Galien–Judson Richard Clark, 74, sentenced to tether and probation after trying to run neighbor down with tractor over property dispute.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-President Obama reportedly will nominate Paul Bernanke for second term as Federal Reserve Chairman; Iraq–Al Quaida in Iraq claims responsibility for bombing of Iraqi government buildings last week that killed more than 100 people; South Korea–South Korea launches its first rocket into space; Afghanistan–2009 is deadliest year for NATO troops in Afghanistan since overthrow of Taliban in 2001; partial results due today from Afghan presidential election; Thailand–26 people wounded as suspected Muslim insurgents set off car bomb outside crowded restaurant in southern Thai city of Narathiwat; California–17-year-old school boy arrested after detonating two bombs at Hillsdale High School in San Mateo; bombs caused no injuries or significant damage; suspect also armed with sword, more explosive devices, and chainsaw.
Entertainment:  M.J.–Michael Jackson’s death ruled a homicide by L.A. County coroner; says a lethal combination of drugs was given to singer just before his death; Jackson’s personal physician could face manslaughter charges; M.J.H.–Melissa Joan Hart loses 40 pounds for “Dancing With the Stars;” says even though she enjoys being an actress she’s always wanted to be a dancer.
Deaths: Stanley H. Kaplan, 90; founder of Stanley H. Kaplan Educational Centers; Larry Knechtel, 69; keyboardist who played with Elvis Presley, Ray Charles, and the Dixie Chicks.

Weather
Today High 84 Low 613 Mostly Sunny
Wed High 78 Low 60 Scattered T-Storms
Thu
High 70 Low 56  T-Showers
Fri High 75 Low 57 Few Showers
Sat
High 72 Low 53 Partly Cloudy

TV Listing: 16–8-11 p.m., America’s Got Talent (two episodes); 22–8 p.m., NCIS; 9 p.m., Big Brother; 25–8-10 p.m., 90210 (two episodes; 28–8 p.m., Hell’s Kitchen; 9 p.m., More to Love; 34–8 p.m., Nova 9 p.m., Nova ScienceNow; 46–8 p.m., Lester Sumrall; 8:30 p.m., Paid; 9 p.m., Harvest; 57–8-10 p.m., Shaq vs. (two episodes); 69–8-9 p.m., Street Patrol (two episodes); 9-10 p.m., Jail (two episodes).

South Bend, Indiana; August 24, 2009

August 24, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at th1.is time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Loons 3, Silver Hawks 2.
Notre Dame:  Football–Lou Holtz predicts a Notre Dame-Florida national championship game.
MLB National League: Cubs 3, Dodgers 1; Cardinals 5, Padres 2 (John Smoltz gets 9 K’s in Cardinal debut); Phillies 9, Mets 7 (Phillies’ Eric Bruntlett completes second game-ending unassisted triple play in MLB history); Reds 4, Pirates 1; Nationals 8, Brewers 3; Braves 7, Marlins 5; Diamondbacks 7, Astros 5; Rockies 4, Giants 2.
MLB American League: Orioles 5, White Sox 4; Athletics 9, Tigers 4; Yankees 8, Red Sox 4; Twins 10, Royals 3; Rangers 4, Rays 0; Blue Jays 8, Angels 3; Indians 6, Mariners 1.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 72-54; Cubs 62-60 (8); Astros 61-63 (10); Brewers 60-63 (10.5); Reds 52-71 (18.5); Pirates 51-71 (19); East–Phillies 71-50; Braves 66-58 (6.5); Marlins 65-59 (7.5);  Mets 57-67 (15.5); Nationals 44-80 (28.5); West–Dodgers 74-51; Rockies 70-54 (3.5); Giants 67-57 (6.5); Diamondbacks 55-70 (19); Padres 52-74 (22.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 65-58; White Sox 63-61 (2.5); Twins 61-63 (4.5); Indians 54-69 (11); Royals 47-76 (18); East–Yankees 78-46; Red Sox 70-53 (7.5); Rays 67-56 ( 10.5); Blue Jays 57-65 (20); Orioles 51-73 (27); West–Angels 74-48; Rangers 69-54 (5.5); Mariners 63-61 (12); Athletics 55-68 (19.5).
WNBA: Sparks 91, Dream 87 (C. Parker 23 points, 8 rebounds; I. Castro Marques 26 points, 7 rebounds, 4 assists); Liberty 80, Lynx 67 (N. Anosike 18 points, 6 rebounds; S. Christon 24 points, 5 rebounds, 3 assists); Shock 99, Silver Stars 84 (A. Wauters 18 points; K. Smith 31 points).
Soccer: MLS–Fire 3, Rapids 2; Sounders 1, Dynamo 1; Revolution 3, Real Salt Lake 1; Red Bulls 3, FC Dallas 2.
Golf:  Solheim Cup–USA 16, Europe 12 (Morgan Pressel clinches with 3-2 win over Anna Nordqvist; Michelle Wie had 3-0-1 record, third straight win for U.S.); PGA Wyndham Championship at Greensboro, N.C.–1. Ryan Moore -16; 2. Jason Bohn and Kevin Stadler -16 (Moore won playoff); Champions’ Jeld-Wen Tradition at Sun River, OR.–1. Mike Reid -16, 2. John Cook -16 (Reid won playoff).
IRL Sonoma Grand Prix: 1. Dario Franchitti; 2. Ryan Briscoe; 3. Mike Conway; 4. Mario Moraes; 5. Hideki Mutoh; 6. Oriol Servia; 7. Justin Wilson, 8. Tony Kanaan; 9. Raphael Matos; 10. Robert Doornbos.
IRL Standings: 1. Scott Dixon 460; 2. Ryan Briscoe 457; 3. Dario Franchitti 440; 4. Helio Castroneves 359; 5. Danica Patrick 321; 6. Marco Andretti 307; 7. Tony Kanaan 294; 8. Graham Rahal 289; 9. Dan Wheldon 288; 10. Justin Wilson 270.
NCAA Football–Rankings–Florida picked preseason number one by record margin, nearly unanimous.
Little League: Middlebury team places third in junior Little League World Series.

Local


Local Headlines:
Hot–two fires this morning at vacant or abandoned houses; one called suspicious.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-Obama family remains on vacation at Martha’s Vineyard; aides say lots of golf on agenda; president may pay visit to ailing Sen. Ted Kennedy who is staying nearby; Koreas–North Korea’s Kim wants summit with South Korea’s Lee; Taiwan–hundreds buried in mudslide will remain entombed; authorities will erect a memorial instead; Malaysia–woman who drank beer sentenced to be caned; Reader’s Digest–Reader’s Digest files for prearranged Chapter 11; Iraq–Shiite groups announce new alliance that excludes PM al-Maliki’s party even though al-Maliki is Shiite; leads to fears of increased Iranian influence ahead of January parliamentary elections.
Entertainment:  Miss Universe–Miss Venezuela Stefania Fernandez wins Miss Universe title; second win in a row for Venezuela; Ryan Jenkins–former star of reality TV series “Megan Wants a Millionaire” Ryan Jenkins found dead in Canadian motel room; was sought in connection with death of his ex-wife Jasmine Fiore whose body was found in a suitcase in British Columbia; Lindsey Lohan–spokeswoman says Lindsey Lohan’s L.A. home broken into.

Deaths: Karla Kuskin, 77; children’s book writer and illustrator; Gordon Woods, 57; veterinary researcher who helped create the first cloned mule; Elmer Kelton, 83; author of westerns whose novel “The Good Old Boys” was made in to a TV movie starring Tommy Lee Jones; wrote 62 fiction and nonfiction books; first published work was “Hot Iron” published in 1956; latest works “Other Men’s Horses” and “Texas Standoff” due to be released this fall and next year respectively.

Weather
Today High 80 Low 60 Sunny
Tue
High 86 Low 64 Sunny
Wed
High 76 Low 59 Scattered T-Storms
Thu High 72 Low 60 Isolated T-Storms
Fri
High 75 Low 59 Isolated Showers

TV Listings: 16–8 p.m., Great American Road Trip; 9 p.m., Law & Order: Criminal Intent; 22–8-9 p.m., How I Met Your Mother (two episodes);  9 p.m., Two and a Half Men; 9:30 p.m., The Big Bang Theory; 25–8 p.m., One Tree Hill; 9 p.m., Gossip Girl;28–8 p.m., House; 9 p.m., Lie to Me; 34–p.m., 8 p.m., Antiques Roadshow; 9 p.m., History Detectives; 46–8-10 p.m., Harvest Show; 57–8-10 p.m., Dating in the Dark (two episodes); 69–7-9 p.m., White Sox at Red Sox.

South Bend, Indiana; August 23, 2009

August 23, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Loons 6, Silver Hawks 0.
MLB National League: Dodgers 2, Cubs 0; Cardinals 7, Padres 0; Astros 4, Diamondbacks 2; Brewers 11, Nationals 9; Pirates 12, Reds 2; Phillies 4, Mets 1; Braves 4, Marlins 3; Rockies 14, Giants 11.
MLB American League: White Sox 4, Orioles 1; Athletics 3, Tigers 2; Twins 8, Royals 7; Rays 5, Rangers 4 (10); Indians 4, Mariners 3 (11); Red Sox 14, Yankees 1; Angels 7, Blue Jays 3.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 71-54; Cubs 61-60 (8); Astros 61-62 (9); Brewers 60-62 (9.5); Pirates 51-70 (18); Reds 51-71 (18.5);  East–Phillies 70-50; Marlins 65-58 (6.5); Braves 65-58 (6.5); Mets 57-66 (14.5); Nationals 43-80 (28.5); West–Dodgers 74-50; Rockies 69-54 (4.5); Giants 67-56 (6.5); Diamondbacks 54-70 (20); Padres 52-73 (22.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 65-57; White Sox 63-60 (2.5); Twins 60-63 (5.5); Indians 53-69 (12); Royals 47-75 (18); East–Yankees 77-46; Red Sox 70-52 (6.5); Rays 67-55 (9.5); Blue Jays 56-65 (20); Orioles 50-73 (27); West–Angels 74-47; Rangers 68-54 (6.5); Mariners 63-60 (12); Athletics 54-68 (20.5).
WNBA: Shock 76, Sky 67 (K. Smith 17 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists; C. Dupree 20 points, 14 rebounds, 3 assists); Storm 74, Fever 60 (T. Catchings 11 points, 7 rebounds, 7 assists; S. Cash 11 points, 9 rebounds, 4 assists); Sun 98, Lynx 94 (T. Humphrey 21 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists; L. Whalen 21 points, 8 rebounds, 8 assists); Monarchs 82, Mystics 60 (C. Langhorne 16 points, 10 rebounds; N. Powell 26 points, 11 rebounds).
Soccer:  WPS Championship–Sky Blue FC (N.Y./N.J.) 1, L.A. Sol 0; MLS–Chivas USA 2, Toronto FC 0; Galaxy 0, DC United 0; Earthquakes 1, Wizards 0.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Bears 17, Giants 3 (Jay Cutler 8-13, 121 yards, 1 TD, 0 INT, 117.8 rating); Dolphins 27, Panthers 17; Browns 27, Lions 10 (Brady Quinn 3-5, 29 yards, 0 TD, 0 INT, 76.3 rating); Buccaneers 24, Jaguars 23; Redskins 17, Steelers 13 (Ben Roethlisberger DNP); Packers 31, Bills 21; Saints 38, Texans 14; 49ers 21, Raiders 20; Chargers 17, Cardinals 6; Seahawks 27, Broncos 13.
NASCAR Sprint Cup Sharpie 500 at Bristol Motor Speedway: 1. Kyle Busch (18 Toyota); 2. Mark Martin (5 Chevy); 3. Marcos Ambrose (47 Toyota); 4. Greg Biffle (16 Ford); 5. Denny Hamlin (11 Toyota); 6. Ryan Newman (39 Chevy); 7. Kurt Busch (2 Dodge); 8. Jimmie Johnson (48 Chevy); 9. Dale Earnhardt, Jr. (88 Chevy); 10. Matt Kenseth (17 Ford); 20. David Stremme (12 Dodge); 33. Tony Stewart (14 Chevy); 42. Tony Raines (37 Chevy).
Sprint Cup Standings: 1. Tony Stewart 3564; 2. Jimmie Johnson 3344; 3. Jeff Gordon 3310; 4. Denny Hamlin 3141; 5. Carl Edwards 3110; 6. Kurt Busch 3103; 7. Ryan Newman 2995; 8. Greg Biffle 2986; 9. Juan Pablo Montoya 2975; 10. Mark Martin 2971; 11. Kasey Kahne 2963; 12. Matt Kenseth 2945; 31. David Stremme 2083; 46. Tony Raines 426.

Local


Local Headlines:
Rude Awakening–sleeping woman nearly hit by speeding vehicle which plows in to her home; her bedroom was adjacent to room where Suburban came to rest; second time in four years car has crashed in to home at intersection of Humboldt and North Fremont intersection; Fire–fire at New Carlisle’s I/N Tek plant quickly extinguished; Charges–Arden Balmer, Jr., 28, charged with murder of David Lawton, 30, and one count of confinement after standoff at his parents’ Linden Road farmhouse in rural Lakeville; Balmer remains in serious condition in the intensive care unit at Memorial Hospital after being shot in the shoulder by police.

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-President Obama and family vacationing at Martha’s Vineyard; first vacation for president since taking office; T-shirts with pictures of Obama family and first pup Bo hot sellers; Atlantic Coast–Hurricane Bill heads for U.S.; Afghanistan–charges of fraud in Afghan presidential election could sway final vote; Greece–thousands evacuated as fire reaches Athens suburbs; Koreas–Koreas hold talks amid state funeral for ex-President Kim Dae-jung; Scotland–Scottish First Minister Alex Salmond defends release of ailing Lockerbie bomber; FBI director Robert Mueller writes letter to Scottish government criticizing action; California–Elizabeth Edwards opening furniture store in Los Angeles.
Entertainment:  Jacksons–surviving Jackson 5 brothers still going ahead with plans for reality TV show; Actor Charged–Antwon Tanner, who plays Skills on “One Tree Hill,” pleads guilty to charges of selling bogus Social Security cards and numbers.
Deaths:

Weather
Today High 72 Low 54 AM Clouds/PM Sun
Mon High 80 Low 60 Sunny
Tue
High 85 Low 64 Partly Cloudy
Wed
High 77 Low 60 Scattered T-Storms
Thu High 73 Low 55 Isolated T-Storms

TV Listings: 16–8 p.m., Merlin; 9-11 p.m., Miss Universe Pageant; 22–8 p.m., Big Brother; 9 p.m., There Goes the Neighborhood; 25–8-10 p.m., The Silence of the Lambs; 28–8-9 p.m., The Simpsons (two episodes); 9 p.m., Family Guy; 9:30 p.m., American Dad; 34–8 p.m., Nature; 9-10:30 p.m., Masterpiece Mystery; 46–8 p.m., Feed the Children; 8:30 p.m., Jack Van Impe Presents; 9 p.m., Winter JRC; 9:30 p.m., Dr. Leroy Thompson; 57–8 p.m., Who Wants to Be a Millionaire; 9 p.m., Shark Tank; 69–8-10 p.m., The Medallion.

South Bend, Indiana; August 22, 2009

August 22, 2009

Announcements

Art: Try out your creativity, Sundays, any time from 2-4:30 p.m. in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Meditation: Wednesdays, 7:45 a.m., in the STAR classroom. Open to staff and guests.

ABE


▪Positive Life Skills:
Wednesdays, 9-11:30 a.m.

▪Journal Writing Class: Starts August 26 and will run for six Wednesdays from 6-7:30 p.m.  Please sign up in ABE.

▪Math Computation and Applied Math: Will be meeting on Wednesday evenings starting in September.  Sign up in ABE.▪Meditation: Wednesdays in STAR classroom, 7:45-8:15 a.m.
▪Qi-Gong: Mondays, 1-2 p.m., in Community Room; begins August 17.
▪Greatest Winner: We have a new program beginning July 14th called the Greatest Winner. The program will be on Tuesday and Thursday mornings from 9 – 11 in the morning. The program will focus on supporting students on their journey to a healthier lifestyle through health education, physical activities, and group activities. All interested students see Deb Lane to sign up.
▪ABE Incentives: Students will be given a card to be initialed during each walk-in class attended. Once a student has attended 10 walk-in programs, cards can be redeemed for prizes.
▪Creative Writing: Thursdays, 6-7 p.m., Art Room.
▪Beginning Computer Classes: Beginner computer class will be starting again soon. Please sign up in ABE. The classes will be from 3:30 – 4 pm on Tuesdays.
▪Book Clubs: Inspirational Reading Squad—not meeting at this time.


Herald Sports

Midwest League: Silver Hawks 4, Loons 1.
ND Scores:  Men’s Soccer–ND 3, Northern Illinois 0; Women’s Soccer–ND 3, Wisconsin 0.
Bethel Scores:  Men’s Soccer–Bethel 1, (20) Madonna 1.
MLB National League: Dodgers 2, Cubs 1; Padres 4, Cardinals 0; Pirates 5, Reds 2; Brewers 7, Nationals 3; Mets 4, Phillies 2; Marlins 5, Braves 3; Astros 1, Diamondbacks 0; Giants 6, Rockies 3.
MLB American League: Orioles 5, White Sox 1; Tigers 3, Athletics 2; Yankees 20, Red Sox 11; Twins 5, Royals 4 (10); Rays 5, Rangers 3; Blue Jays 5, Angels 4; Mariners 9, Indians 4.
NL Standings (GB):  Central–Cardinals 70-54; Cubs 61-59 (7); Astros 60-62 (9); Brewers 59-62 (9.5);  Reds 51-70 (17.5); Pirates 50-70 (18); East–Phillies 69-50; Marlins 65-57 (5.5); Braves 64-58 (6.5); Mets 57-65 (13.5); Nationals 43-79 (27.5); West–Dodgers 73-50; Rockies 68-54 (4.5); Giants 67-55 (5.5); Diamondbacks 54-69 (19); Padres 52-72 (21.5).
AL Standings:  Central–Tigers 65-56; White Sox 62-60 (3.5); Twins 59-63 (6.5); Indians 52-69 (13); Royals 47-74 (18); East–Yankees 77-45; Red Sox 69-52 (7.5); Rays 66-55 (10.5); Blue Jays 56-64 (20); Orioles 50-72 (27); West–Angels 73-47; Rangers 68-53 (5.5); Mariners 63-59 (11); Athletics 53-68 (20.5).
MLB Notes:  Cubs–Tribune Corporation reaches agreement to sell 95% stake of Cubs and Wrigley Field to Ricketts family, owner of Ameritrade; selling price is $845-million; Yankees–high school near George Streinbrenner’s Tampa home to be named after Yankee owner.
WNBA: Liberty 85, Sun 83 (OT), (S. Gruda 24 points, 12 rebounds; J. McCarville 22 points, 13 rebounds, 4 assists); Sparks 67, Silver Stars 66 (C. Parker 17 points, 12 rebounds, 3 assists; S. Young 31 points, 7 rebounds); Mystics 91, Mercury 81 (C. Langhorne 19 points, 12 rebounds).
Soccer:  WPS–WPS final today, Sky Blue FC at L.A. Sol.
NFL Exhibition Scores: Falcons 20, Rams 13; Cowboys 30, Titans 10; Vikings 17, Chiefs 13 (Brett Favre sees action; completes one pass in eight plays).
Deaths: Jonathan Byrd, 57; long-time Indy Car owner.

Local


Local Headlines:
Ivy Tech–Ivy Tech seeing record enrollment.
Area Headlines:  Niles–two children removed from alleged Niles “drug house.”

Nation/World

National/World Headlines: White House–-President Obama calls for “honest debate” on health care; Washington, D.C.–report details CIA interrogation methods; says agency conducted mock executions; Afghanistan–Taliban allegedly cut off fingers of two Afghan voters;
Entertainment:  Robin Williams–Robin Williams, star of “World’s Greatest Dad,” says as a father he is still a “work in progress.”
Deaths:

Weather
Today High 66 Low 56 AM Showers
Sun High 72 Low 53 Partly Cloudy
Mon High 80 Low 60 Sunny
Tue High 84 Low 64 Mostly Sunny
Wed High 81 Low 59 Isolated T-Storms

TV Listings: 16–8 p.m., Law & Order: Criminal Intent; 9 p.m., Law & Order; 10 p.m., Law & Order: SVU: 22–8-11 p.m., NFL: Bills at Bears; 25–8-10 p.m., The Sentinel; 10 p.m.-12 a.m., The Contender; 28–3:30 p.m., This Week in Baseball; 4 p.m.–MLB: Cubs at Dodgers; 8-10 p.m., Cops (two episodes); 9 p.m., America’s Most Wanted; 10 p.m., Fox 28 News; 10:30 p.m., Family Guy; 34–8 p.m., Time Team Special Edition; 9 p.m., Object and Memory; 10 p.m., P.O.V; 46–8-9 p.m., Paid; 9 p.m., Best of Harvest; 10 p.m., Paid; 10:30 p.m., Animated Bible Stories; 57–8 p.m., According to Jim; 8:30-11 p.m., War of the Worlds; 69–8-10 p.m., Ghost in the Machine; 10 p.m., Untouchables.