Track. Silmon Headed to World Championships in 100 The belief has always been there for Charles Silmon. When critics have said that what he was doing would not hold up against the elite competition he has proven the critics wrong each time.
June 22, 2013 - Texas Christian University Athletics
Belief pays off: After being no-hit for four innings, confident Indians break through, beat Royals CLEVELAND — Royals pitcher Luis Mendoza was unstoppable in carrying a no-hitter into the fifth inning Wednesday night. Once the Indians broke through, however, it didn’t take them long to send him to the showers. Left fielder Michael Brantley led off the fifth with a home run and added a sacrifice fly in the three-run [...] The post Belief pays off: After being no-hit for four innings, confident ...
June 20, 2013 - The Chronicle-Telegram
Investigators believe driver fell asleep before crashing into creek Investigators said they believe a driver fell asleep at the wheel moments before crashing into a creek Friday morning in Fox Chapel. According to police, the car veered off Squaw Run Road and ended up in a nearby creek. The car was badly damaged, including part of the roof snapping off. The driver, whose name hasn’t been released, wasn’t seriously injured, officials said.
June 21, 2013 - WPXI Pittsburgh
'Believe': Sienna Guillory leaving NBC's midseason drama NBC's new drama "Believe" is parting ways with one of the stars of its pilot, Sienna Guillory.Her exit is not, however, going to lead to recasting her role. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Guillory (the "Resident Evil" franchise) is being written out of the show after the pilot as part of a different approach in the writers' room."Believe," created by Alfonso Cauron ("Children of Men") and ...
June 20, 2013 - Zap2It
Believe It or Not, GM Is Ranked No. 1 for Quality It's hard to believe how far Detroit's Big Three automakers have come in such little time since the recession and ensuing bailouts. Here's more proof that domestic automakers are fighting to disprove stereotypes of poor quality.
June 20, 2013 - The Motley Fool