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  • IndyCar legend A.J. Foyt, 79, has triple-bypass surgery

    IndyCar racing legend A.J. Foyt had successful coronary triple-bypass surgery Monday in Houston, his team said. After Foyt was admitted to Baylor St. Luke's Medical Center on Friday with intermittent chest pains, tests revealed blockages in arteries...
  • IndyCar to return to Pocono, but much later in the summer

    Brandon Igdalsky knew for some time that the IndyCar series would be making a return to Pocono in 2015. And since the Pocono Raceway president and CEO has been besieged by questions about next year's schedule ever since this year's Pocono IndyCar 500 was...
  • Hunter-Reay leads Broward Hall of Fame inductions

    Hunter-Reay leads Broward Hall of Fame inductions
    FORT LAUDERDALE - Fort Lauderdale's Ryan Hunter-Reay glanced down at the timer in front of the podium counting down how much time he had left in his speech during the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame induction ceremony. "I'm used to driving under...
  • Florida travel calendar for Oct. 27-Nov. 2

    Florida travel calendar for Oct. 27-Nov. 2
    Apalachicola: The 51st Annual Florida Seafood Festival celebrates the bounty of the sea at the mouth of the Apalachicola River under the oaks of Battery Park on Oct. 31-Nov. 1. On the agenda are arts and crafts, musical entertainment, oyster eating and...
  • Former Indy 500 champ Rahal selling, but staying in Chicago

    Former Indy 500 champ Rahal selling, but staying in Chicago
    Retired professional race car driver Bobby Rahal, who won the 1986 Indianapolis 500, on Tuesday listed his five-bedroom, 6,600-square-foot Lincoln Park mansion for $3.6 million. A Glen Ellyn native, Rahal, 61, told Elite Street he isn't leaving Chicago....
  • Win over Seattle has made Cowboys the talk of the NFL

    Win over Seattle has made Cowboys the talk of the NFL
    Are the Dallas Cowboys still America's team? Maybe, maybe not, but they definitely seem to be the favorites of America's media. After three consecutive 8-8 seasons that didn't feature a playoff appearance, the Cowboys are 5-1 and became the talk of...
  • Hunter-Reay, Richards-Ross head Broward Hall of Fame class

    Hunter-Reay, Richards-Ross head Broward Hall of Fame class
    Swift, stalwart, durable, dedicated and highly accomplished. The six members of the 2014 class of the Broward County Sports Hall of Fame named Friday span all of those attributes, and their list of achievements is staggering. Fort Lauderdale native Ryan...
  • NASCAR's Sam Hornish Jr. is a case study of a racer's tenacity

    NASCAR's Sam Hornish Jr. is a case study of a racer's tenacity
    There have been more than a few occasions in recent years when one might have asked: Why does Sam Hornish Jr. still do this? After winning three IndyCar series titles and 19 IndyCar races, including the crown jewel Indianapolis 500 in 2006, Hornish...
  • Pimco's Bill Gross on dead cat, Bieber and how sneezing is half erotic

    Perhaps Wall Street Journal reporter Scott Patterson said it best when he tweeted in June: "Something weird is going on with Bill Gross." Patterson was attending an investor conference in Chicago, where Gross -- the colorful co-founder of Newport...
  • 'Dancing with the Stars': NASCAR's Michael Waltrip is early long shot

    'Dancing with the Stars': NASCAR's Michael Waltrip is early long shot
    Michael Waltrip, a two-time winner of the Daytona 500 and now primarily a NASCAR team owner, is among the celebrities in this season's "Dancing with the Stars" contest on ABC. But at the outset, at least, the 6-foot-5 Waltrip is a long shot to win the...
  • Robert Drew, Documentarian Who Fathered Cinema Verite, Dies at 90

    Robert L. Drew, a documentary filmmaker and the father of American cinéma vérité, died today at his home in Sharon, Connecticut. He was 90. In the early 1960s, Drew and his associates pioneered a kind of filmmaking that's now a staple of the...