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February 12, 2012
Peter Breck, 82, who starred as Barbara Stanwyck's most temperamental son, Nick Barkley, in the popular 1960s Western series The Big Valley , died Monday in Vancouver, British Columbia, where he had lived since the 1980s. Mr. Breck began his acting career shortly after serving in the Navy. He studied drama and English at the University of Houston and began appearing in productions at the Alley Theater in Houston before moving on to the Arena Stage theater in Washington, where Robert Mitchum saw him in George Bernard Shaw's Man of Destiny and offered him a small role in his next film, Thunder Road . Mr. Breck had already made his television debut, in 1956, in an episode of Sheriff of Cochise , which was not a Western but a contemporary police drama.
SPORTS
October 16, 2003 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
If you want to try out for the Philadelphia Soul, the city's new Arena Football League team, you can travel to Memphis this weekend. Or go to Houston the next. Or just be a little patient. The team announced yesterday that it has scheduled tryouts in both of those cities for this month - and expects to have one in Philadelphia sometime next month, time and place to be announced. Team officials said they chose Memphis and Houston because the cities are at the center of football-playing hotbeds, the mid-South for Memphis, the state of Texas for Houston.
BUSINESS
June 4, 1987 | By KEVIN HANEY, Daily News Staff Writer
A top airport executive from Houston will become the new aviation director at Philadelphia International Airport, sources said yesterday. James DeLong, currently deputy director of the aviation operations and maintenance for Houston's aviation department, will become Philadelphia's new aviation director as of July 1, said sources here and in Houston. Mayor Goode was scheduled to introduce DeLong at a press conference this afternoon. DeLong, the No. 2 ranking airport exec in Houston, was recruited by Commerce Director Charles Pizzi after a six-month search to replace Howard W. Willoughby, who retired in April from the post.
SPORTS
September 6, 2013
Who: Houston at Temple When: Saturday, Noon, Lincoln Financial Field TV: 6ABC. Radio: WPHT (1210-AM) Records: Houston 1-0, 0-0 AAC; Temple 0-1, 0-0 History: Houston leads, 2-0. This is the first meeting since 1989. This is the inaugural American Athletic Conference game. About Houston: Cougars beat FCS Southern, 62-13. They ran for 372 yards, but they like to throw the ball and they do run a lot of plays ... They have 10 starters back on offense ... Last year they were 5-7 for Tony Levine, who took over for Kevin Sumlin (now at Texas A&M)
NEWS
November 30, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
HOUSTON - Former President George H.W. Bush was in a Houston hospital Thursday for continuing treatment of a lingering cough. Bush, 88, has been in and out of the hospital recently for complications resulting from bronchitis, Methodist Hospital said in a brief statement. The hospital and Bush's spokesman in Houston, Jim McGrath, described Bush as in stable condition and said that they expected the former president to be released by the weekend. He's been under hospital care for nearly a week.
SPORTS
October 25, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
P.J. Walker knew the expectations would be heightened. Although he was thrown into the fray as a freshman and finished the 2013 season as the quarterback of the future for a 2-10 team, Walker knew that the challenges for him and teammates would be magnified in the team's second year under coach Matt Rhule. The Owls (4-2, 2-1 American Athletic Conference) are in the hunt for the AAC title with the season halfway complete, and Walker is acutely aware of his circumstances. Temple plays at Central Florida (4-2, 2-0)
NEWS
May 23, 2014 | By Barbara Boyer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Anjanea Williams loved children and dreamed of owning a day-care center before she was fatally shot outside a deli in Camden. Williams, 20, was an innocent bystander, waiting for food in January 2011 when she was caught in the middle of a gunfight. Six months earlier, the alleged shooter, Taurean Houston, had been bailed out of jail by his family, which posted $8,000 - a fraction of the $175,000 bail set for a charge of attempted murder. The case is one example highlighted in an 82-page state report, released Wednesday, that calls for changes in the bail-bond system to end "questionable" practices.
NEWS
October 27, 2011 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
HOUSTON - BP Wind Energy has reached a $750 million deal with General Electric Co. to supply and maintain 350 turbines for wind farms in Pennsylvania and Kansas. The agreement was announced Thursday. Houston-based BP Wind Energy says GE has agreed to deliver 88 turbines to the Mehoopany Wind Farm, located 20 miles northwest of Scranton, Pa. The 262 other turbines are meant for BP's Flat Ridge 2 Wind Farm, about 60 miles southwest of Wichita, Kan. BP says both projects are expected to be generating power by late 2012, with a combined capability of 560 megawatts.
SPORTS
January 2, 2013 | Daily News Wire Reports
FORMER PHILLIES righthander Brett Myers is getting a fresh "start" with the Cleveland Indians. Myers, 32, agreed to a 1-year contract with a club option for 2014. Cleveland will give him a chance to win a starting job after he pitched in relief last season for Houston and the Chicago White Sox. Myers' deal is contingent on him passing a physical. Myers, who has started for most of his career, went a combined 3-8 with a 3.31 ERA and 19 saves in 70 games - all in relief - last season.
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