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  • County considering revamped stadium deal

    County considering revamped stadium deal
    Trimming construction costs while also dipping deeper into local tourism taxes could help pay for another spring training baseball stadium in Palm Beach County, according to a new proposal. The county is trying to work out a deal that could bring the...
  • Study shows exit screening vital to halting global Ebola spread

    LONDON (Reuters) - Three Ebola-infected travelers a month would be expected to get on international flights from the West African countries suffering epidemics of the deadly virus if there were no effective exit screening, scientists said on Tuesday. The...
  • With Ebola, it's better to screen outbound flights, study suggests

    The deceased Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan is unlikely to be the last person to carry the Ebola virus out of one of three West African countries, a new study suggests. Given current infection rates in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea, a team of Canadian...
  • Amid Ebola scare, airlines approve fare hike

    The nation's largest airlines have approved a $4 round-trip fare hike, despite anxiety over Ebola  and higher travel prices for the upcoming holiday season. The hike may signal that the airline industry believes demand for air travel is so strong that...
  • Flames cap successful trip with win in Winnipeg

    The Sports Xchange By Jason Bell, The Sports Xchange Flames cap successful trip with win in Winnipeg WINNIPEG, Manitoba -- The view from the press box Friday gave Calgary Flames rookie Johnny Gaudreau a whole new look just two nights later. Gaudreau...
  • Airlines have not updated ticketing policies for possible Ebola carriers, survey shows

    WASHINGTON A week after Dallas nurse Amber Vinson boarded a plane in Ohio, airlines haven't made it any easier for people who fear they might be carrying Ebola to rebook. A survey of major airlines and some smaller carriers found that none have updated...
  • Ben Martin has an eagle, birdie late to win PGA event in Las Vegas

    Ben Martin made a 45-foot eagle putt on the 16th hole that sent him to his first PGA Tour victory Sunday in the Shriners Hospitals for Children Open in Las Vegas. Martin was one shot behind Kevin Streelman when his eagle put him back in the lead. He...
  • Ebola scare has had minimal effect on business travel, survey finds

    The Ebola scare that has prompted calls for a travel ban and a quarantine of visitors from West Africa has done little to dampen business travel from the U.S. Nearly 80% of corporate travel managers surveyed said the Ebola outbreak had either no or...
  • Utah State - TeamReport

    NCAAF Team Report - Utah State - INSIDE SLANT For the first time in 10 years, Colorado State sold out a football game Saturday night at Hughes Stadium. That resulted in a massive traffic jam that had some people battling bumper-to-bumper traffic for...
  • Rams enjoying that winning feeling

    The Sports Xchange NCAAF Team Report - Colorado State - INSIDE SLANT For the first time in 10 years, Colorado State sold out a football game Saturday night at Hughes Stadium. That resulted in a massive traffic jam that had some people battling bumper-...
  • Asian Tour to unveil new event, eyes $50 million prize money by 2017

    NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The Asian Tour will add a third new tournament to next year's calendar and hopes to offer more than $50 million in prize money by 2017, chief executive Mike Kerr said. The $3 million tournament in Thailand, co-sanctioned by the...