Angels City NEWS - Rally Cyprus: SS5 – Fifth straight for Loeb - Angels City NEWS - Rally Cyprus: SS5 – Fifth straight for Loeb -

Friday, March 13, 2009

Angels City NEWS - Rally Cyprus: SS5 – Fifth straight for Loeb -

SS5 – Mylikouri 2 (7.37km): Loeb takes a fifth win in a row, but rain starts to fall in Cyprus. Latvala second followed by Sordo and Hirvonen. Loeb leads by 44.0secs, Araujo tops PWRC and Prokop holds healthy JWRC advantage. Top ten stage times for Kingsland NEWS

TORONTO (CP) -- Ford is joining Chrysler in telling the Canadian Auto Workers that a new deal for concessions at General Motors doesn't cut labor costs enough to keep the company competitive. Joe Hinrichs, group vice-president for global Kingsland NEWS

KANSAS CITY, Missouri -- Ford produced its 100,000th hybrid vehicle Tuesday. The silver Escape Hybrid rolled off the assembly line at the carmaker's Kansas City Assembly Plant. At the same time, Honda announced that its 2010 Honda Insight will cost Kingsland NEWS

Edward O. Vetter was a force in energy development, international trade, technology and politics. He was as a top Texas Instruments Inc. executive, energy adviser to Gov. Bill Clements, and undersecretary of commerce for President Gerald Ford. Mr Kingsland NEWS

OKLAHOMA CITY - As James Anderson prepared to shoot what he said were the biggest free throws of his career, teammate Byron Eaton came up to him to try easing the tension. “He told me I was Big Game James and that I don’t miss free throws Kingsland NEWS

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Five-time defending world champion Sebastien Loeb held a 41.8-second lead over Citroen teammate Dani Sordo after dominating the first six special stages of the Cyprus Rally on Friday. The Frenchman, who is on track to win his Kingsland NEWS

Read Sports Editor Mike Strain’s blog: Is the Ford Center Red or Orange for the third round of Bedlam? Sports Editor Mike Strain before Bedlam III: All is quiet in OKC for the Big 12 men’s basketball tournament. OKLAHOMA CITY -- Oklahoma State Kingsland NEWS

Drama. Starring Harrison Ford, Ashley Judd, Ray Liotta, Alice Eve and Summer Bishil. Directed by Wayne Kramer. (R. 113 minutes. At Bay Area theaters.) With "Crossing Over," Wayne Kramer has attempted to make a movie in the "Crash" and "Babel" genre Kingsland NEWS

NEW YORK - Apparently, the Madness has begun. It began for Villanova late in the second half of the Wildcats' quarterfinal game against Marquette in the Big East tournament yesterday. It began when the same Marquette team that looked disjointed and Kingsland NEWS

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