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July 23, 1989 | This article was written by Inquirer staff writer Larry Eichel based on reporting by Fawn Vrazo in Denver, Gilbert M. Gaul in Chicago and Paul Nussbaum and Andrew Cassel in Sioux City, Iowa. Inquirer staff writers Dwight Ott and John Way Jennings also contributed to this article
They all remember the sound and the feel and not knowing what it was. It was "sort of like a sonic boom," said Jerry Milford, 38, of Indianapolis, traveling with his family in Row 37, the second-to-last row of United Airlines Flight 232. It felt like "a sudden, strong jolt," said A. Upton Rehnberg, 52, of Rockford, Ill., an executive with an aircraft-parts manufacturer, seated in Row 9 at the front of the coach section. It was "kind of like an explosion. . . . It almost felt like you hit something," said Donna Treber, 47, of Westminster, Colo.
SPORTS
January 24, 1991 | From Inquirer Wire Services
The Denver Nuggets traded guard Walter Davis, a 14-year veteran, to the Portland Trail Blazers yesterday as part of a complicated three-team, four- player deal that sent power forward Greg Anderson and a first-round draft pick from the New Jersey Nets to Denver. Denver received nothing directly from Portland for Davis, who has averaged nearly 20 points per game in his career. But Portland agreed to send Drazen Petrovic to the Nets to help set up Denver's deal for Anderson. The Nets also received Terry Mills from the Nuggets.
SPORTS
January 9, 2012
Wild-Card Games SATURDAY AFC: Houston 31, Cincinnati 10 NFC: New Orleans 45, Detroit 28 SUNDAY NFC: N.Y. Giants 24, Atlanta 2 AFC: Denver 29, Pittsburgh 23, OT Divisional Playoffs SATURDAY, JAN. 14 NFC: New Orleans at San Francisco, 4:30 (Fox29) AFC: Denver at New England, 8 (CBS3) SUNDAY, JAN. 15 AFC: Houston at Baltimore, 1 (CBS3)
NEWS
November 16, 2013 | By Linda Loyd and Ben Finley, Inquirer Staff Writers
Lockheed Martin Corp. is laying off 4,000 workers, including 1,050 in Newtown, Bucks County, as the nation's largest defense contractor consolidates operations in response to reduced government spending. By mid-2015, Lockheed will shutter the Newtown plant, which designs and develops commercial and military satellites, including weather satellites and ones for NASA. Lockheed Martin, based in Bethesda, Md., also announced plans Thursday to close plants in Akron, Ohio; Goodyear, Ariz.; and Horizon City, Texas, and to shut down four buildings on its Sunnyvale, Calif., campus.
SPORTS
August 27, 2015 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THE JOURNEY that Evan Mathis didn't really envision taking this season ended yesterday in Denver, where the guard who made the Pro Bowl the past two seasons for the Eagles signed a one-year contract that can pay him up to $4 million, with $2.5 million guaranteed. The news had barely hit Twitter when astute observers began noting that Mathis had been scheduled to make $5.5 million this season from the Eagles, not guaranteed, and $6 million in 2016. He was released in June because his unhappiness over his contract had spread across two offseasons, and kept him out of OTAs this spring.
TRAVEL
May 8, 2011
Value Destinations In the United States, ranked by Hotwire.com for their low rates, discounts, affordable entertainment, and overall appeal: 1. Dallas-Fort Worth 2. Atlanta 3. Orlando 4. Tampa, Fla. 5. Phoenix 6. Houston 7. Denver 8. Los Angeles 9. Miami, Fla. 10. San Diego
SPORTS
December 17, 2012
Broncos 34, Ravens 17 BALTIMORE - Chris Harris returned an interception 98 yards for a momentum-turning score in Denver's win over skidding Baltimore. The Broncos (11-3) have won nine straight, while the Ravens (9-5) suffered their third straight loss. Down by 10-0 late in the first half, the Ravens had a first and goal at the Denver 4 when Harris picked off a pass by Joe Flacco and took it to the house. Denver 3 14 14 3 – 34 Baltimore 0 0 3 14 – 17 First quarter Den–FG Prater 27, 7:13.
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