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c.s. keys, longtime san diego broadcaster, dies


broadcaster c.s. keys, who worked on tv, radio and the web in san diego since 2000, has died, family members confirmed on facebook.efforts to reach the family were unsuccessful immediately and no details were available. keys’ age was not known, but he was believed to be in his early 50s.keys came to san diego in 2000 and worked as the weathercaster for kusi channel 9/51. after four years he moved on xetv channel 6, then the city’s fox affiliate, and worked as sports director and lead sports anchor, including hosting “that sunday sports show.”he later hosted a talk show on wsradio.com and most recently worked at the mighty 1090 as a host.“my heart is heavy today because we have lost one of us today, my younger brother c s keys has moved on to the other side of life,” his brother, richard ke






longtime sports broadcaster dick enberg dies at 82


a member of the baseball hall of fame and a 13-time sports emmy winner, enberg became known for his "oh my!" catchphrase during a 60-year career.        






keith jackson, sportscaster with 'whoa, nelly!' call, dies


keith jackson, the down-home voice of college football during more than five decades as a broadcaster, has died. he was 89.he died friday and no cause was given in a statement saturday by espn. jackson's longtime employer was abc sports.jackson covered many sports, but he was best known for college football. his signature phrases like "whoa, nelly!" gave his game calls a familiar feel.disney chairman and ceo bob iger says jackson "was college football" for generations of fans.jackson retired after the 2006 rose bowl and is a member of the sports broadcasting hall of fame.jackson was a longtime resident of sherman oaks, calif., and pender harbor, british columbia. he is survived by his wife of 63 years, turi ann.






kathy berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in car crash


the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman has died in a traffic crash in connecticut.state police say 67-year-old katherine ann berman, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury. the other victim was 87-year-old edward bertulis, of waterbury.espn president john skipper said in a statement the death is a "devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend" and pledged to give chris berman "the love and support he will surely need in this hour."police say kathy berman's car struck the rear of bertulis' suv and both veered off the road. berman's car went down an embankment and overturned in a body of water.bertulis' vehicle struck a utility pole and landed on its roof.espn is based in bristol, connecticut.






katherine ann berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in crash – the


woodbury, conn. — the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman has died in a traffic crash in connecticut.state police say 67-year-old katherine ann berman, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury. the other victim was 87-year-old edward bertulis, of waterbury.espn president john skipper said in a statement the death is a “devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend” and pledged to give chris berman “the love and support he will surely need in this hour.”police say kathy berman’s car struck the rear of bertulis’ suv and both veered off the road. berman’s car went down an embankment and overturned in a body of water.bertulis’ vehicle struck a utility pole and landed on its roof.espn is based in bristol, connecticut.






two san diego tv stations to sell airwaves for use in wireless networks


two small san diego county tv broadcasters have agreed to sell their airwave licenses to wireless operators following a federal communications commission’s incentive auction that wrapped up last week.ucsd-tv, run by uc san diego, inked a deal to sell its low-power broadcast spectrum to t-mobile for $24 million. the money will be invested in ucsd’s academic programs and community outreach, said mary walshok, associate vice chancellor and dean of uc san diego extension.ucsd-tv will continue to operate and no jobs will be lost. its programming will be distributed through cox communications and spectrum cable in san diego, as well as online, where the academic-oriented content gets 5 million hits per month, said walshok.but the station will no longer be available over the air via an antenna. i






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enjoyable new book on legendary mariners broadcaster dave niehaus is swung on, b


entertainer billy mac has written a biography of the beloved mariners broadcaster who died in 2010. one thing mac has discovered since the self-published book’s release: niehaus still has a hold on mariner fans.i n 1979, billy mac was sitting in the kingdome bleachers and decided on a whim, “i’ve got to meet dave niehaus.” he had admired the mariners broadcaster from afar, but on this day he went on a pilgrimage to the press box. mac somehow talked his way into the radio booth and found himself face to face with a startled niehaus, who had just handed over the middle-innings play-by-play duties to ken wilson.the ensuing conversation, in which mac conveyed his admiration to niehaus, led to longer talks, more trips to the booth, and eventually a friendship that transcended baseball. and now






enjoyable new book on legendary mariners broadcaster dave niehaus is swung on, b


entertainer billy mac has written a biography of the beloved mariners broadcaster who died in 2010. one thing mac has discovered since the self-published book’s release: niehaus still has a hold on mariner fans.in 1979, billy mac was sitting in the kingdome bleachers and decided on a whim, “i’ve got to meet dave niehaus.” he had admired the mariners broadcaster from afar, but on this day he went on a pilgrimage to the press box. mac somehow talked his way into the radio booth and found himself face to face with a startled niehaus, who had just handed over the middle-innings play-by-play duties to ken wilson.the ensuing conversation, in which mac conveyed his admiration to niehaus, led to longer talks, more trips to the booth, and eventually a friendship that transcended baseball. and now m






two san diego tv stations to sell airwaves for use in wireless networks


two small san diego county tv broadcasters have agreed to sell their airwave licenses to wireless operators following a federal communications commission’s incentive auction that wrapped up last week.ucsd-tv, run by uc san diego, inked a deal to sell its low-power broadcast spectrum for $24 million to the fcc, which in turn sold it to t-mobile to enhance its mobile network.the money will be invested in ucsd’s academic programs and community outreach, said mary walshok, associate vice chancellor and dean of uc san diego extension.ucsd-tv will continue to operate and no jobs will be lost. its programming will be distributed through cox communications and spectrum cable in san diego, as well as online, where the academic-oriented content gets 5 million hits per month, said walshok.but the sta






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dick enberg, broadcast legend, dies at 82


legendary sports broadcaster and former padres play-by-play announcer dick enberg died thursday morning at his la jolla home, said his wife, barbara. he was 82.barbara enberg said the family found out later in the day after dick enberg failed to get off a flight in boston, where they were scheduled to meet. she said her husband appeared to be waiting for a car that was set to shuttle him to san diego international airport for a 6:30 a.m. flight.“he was dressed with his bags packed at the door,” she said. “we think it was a heart attack.”enberg defined versatility as a broadcaster, covering 28 wimbledon tournaments, 10 super bowls and eight ncaa basketball title games as the play-by-play voice of the ucla bruins during their dynasty-building run.enberg’s talented voice was paired with relen






espn broadcaster chris berman's wife dies in car accident


kathy berman was killed in a two-car crash on tuesday in connecticut.        






wife of espn broadcaster chris berman dies in crash


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madison keys dominates coco vandeweghe to reach u.s. open final


madison keys reached her first career grand slam final with a dominant 6-1, 6-2 win on thursday night. keys will face sloane stephens for the title.        






sd police looking for stolen car with dog, cat inside


san diego police are looking for a stolen suv and pets that belong to a woman who was carjacked while sleeping inside her vehicle at mission bay park.around 9:30 p.m. griselda romero was asleep in the passenger seat of her car parked near seaworld drive, when she awakened to a man opening a door and demanding the keys to her car.police said she got out of her car and left the keys on the seat.the man, described by police as caucasian, between 30 and 40 years old, 5 foot 11 inches, with brown hair and eyes and a lean build, drove her white 2010 toyota rav-4 westbound on seaworld drive with her dog and cat inside, according to san diego police.police said the man with gray shorts, no shirt and a possible tattoo on his upper chest, had walked up from the nearby riverbed area.anyone who has se






gunman steals woman's car in sherman heights


a gunman held up a woman and stole her car keys as she was entering her home in the sherman heights neighborhood shortly after midnight on sunday, san diego police said.the 31-year-old victim was at the door of her house on 21st street about 12:15 a.m. when a man appeared behind her and demanded her keys and purse, san diego police officer robert heims said.when she turned around, she saw he was pointing a gun at her and handed over the keys to her white mazda 6, heims said. the man stole the car, and was last seen driving east on g street.the thief was described as black, about 5 feet 8 inches tall and thin. he was wearing a dark hoodie pulled over his head and cinched close to hide his face, and dark jeans. the stolen car has a california license plate of 7ghg605.menacing category 4 hurr






texas woman dies while snorkeling in the florida keys


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tijuana biker gang charged for stealing 150 jeeps with hacked computer code and


in a cross-border auto heist that resembles a scrapped plot from the “fast and the furious” franchise, nine members of a tijuana-based biker club have been charged with stealing 150 jeep wranglers using stolen computer code and key designs, the justice department announced earlier this week.known as the hooligans, the biker gang allegedly stole the jeeps in the san diego area over the past several years, selling the vehicles or stripping them for parts, across the border in mexico, u.s. attorney mark conover said during a news conference recorded by the san diego union-tribune. the value of the stolen jeeps was us$4.5 million.according to the indictment, the hooligans staked out vehicles days before the thefts to obtain their vehicle identification numbers. with these numbers in hand, the






doug peterson, yacht designer who helped u.s. and new zealand win the america's


on the same day the united states lost the america’s cup to new zealand, the man who designed cup-winning boats for both countries died after a long bout with cancer.doug peterson, a longtime point loma resident and san diego yacht club member, was 71. his friend chris calkins said peterson died monday in a san diego hospital. terry anglin, general manager of the san diego yacht club, confirmed peterson had died.peterson was one of the world’s top yacht designers in the 1970s and early ’80s, then revived his career in the 1990s. he was voted into the america’s cup hall of fame this year; the induction ceremony is scheduled in october at the uss midway museum in san diego.in the mid-1970s, peterson’s designs, often in partnership with dennis conner, dominated offshore racing contests.jack s






wife of espn broadcaster chris berman dies in car crash


woodbury, conn. — the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, a teacher, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash tuesday afternoon in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."the bermans have been married mor






the latest: attorney and broadcaster joins trump legal team


washington — the latest on president donald trump and the investigation into his campaign's potential ties to russia (all times local):5:15 p.m.an attorney and broadcaster with longtime ties to a christian legal organization has joined president donald trump's outside legal team to deal with the russia probes.jay sekulow has been the chief counsel at the american center for law and justice since 1990, focusing on free speech and religious liberty cases. the aclj was founded by religious broadcaster pat robertson.sekulow hosts a daily radio show and a weekly tv program. he has publicly defended trump amid the russia firestorm, including following fired fbi director james comey's testimony on capitol hill.the president's outside legal team is being led by a longtime trump attorney, marc kaso






dense fog could develop along coast early on new year's eve


dense fog could form along the san diego county coastline early on new year’s eve, affecting driving conditions along interstate 5 at a time when many people will be headed to holiday parties.“the fog could come in between 7 p.m. and 9 p.m., and possibly get blown out to sea around 2 a.m. on (monday),” said brandt maxwell, a forecaster for the national weather service.maxwell said the the fog would be patchy, and could arise anywhere from oceanside to imperial beach.sunday’s overnight temperatures will be in the 40s and 50s along the coast, and in the 30s and 40s in many inland communities. monday will be overcast, with daytime highs around 66 in san diego.deadly fire in new york city was lit by child playing with stove, officials saysan diego lawyer requests ethics investigation into rep.






legendary sports broadcaster keith jackson dies at 89


keith jackson spent more than 50 years broadcasting college football as well as some of sports' other most-memorable games and events.        






kathy berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in car crash


the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, a teacher, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."the bermans have been married more than 33






wife of espn broadcaster chris berman dies in crash


woodbury, conn. (ap) — the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network’s president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury.“this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend,” espn president john skipper said in a statement. “chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour.”both vehicles wer






wife of espn broadcaster chris berman dies in car crash


the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman has died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury.“this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend,” espn president john skipper said in a statement. “chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour.”see the most-read stories in sports






hall of fame broadcaster dick enberg dies


dick enberg, a hall of fame broadcaster known as much for his excited calls of "oh my!" as the big events he covered during a 60-year career, died thursday. he was 82.enberg's daughter, nicole enberg vaz, confirmed the death to the associated press. she said the family became concerned when her father didn't arrive thursday on his flight to boston, and he was found dead at his home in la jolla, a san diego neighborhood, with his bags packed.his daughter said the family believes enberg died of a heart attack but was awaiting official word."it's very, very, very shocking," said vaz, who lives in boston. "he'd been busy with two podcasts and was full of energy.”enberg's wife, barbara, was already in boston and was expecting his arrival.the family "is grateful for the kind thoughts and prayers






kathy berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in car crash


the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, a teacher, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash tuesday afternoon in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."the bermans have been married more than 33 years an






wife of espn broadcaster chris berman dies in crash that also killed other drive


woodbury, conn. — the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."both vehicles were tra






kathy berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in car crash


the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, a teacher, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."the bermans have been married more than 33






bothered by wrist, 12th-seeded keys of us loses in paris


paris (ap) — madison keys started to feel something wrong in her surgically repaired left wrist late in the first set of her second-round match at the french open. it would be the last set she would win in the tournament.“it kind of just got worse and worse. and then i was hoping i could, obviously, get through it in the second set,” the 12th-seeded american said thursday. “but then, by the third set, it was just really painful.”facing a qualifier ranked only 290th, keys could not overcome the problems with her wrist and lost 3-6, 6-3, 6-1 to petra martic of croatia at roland garros.keys made 51 unforced errors, 31 more than martic. the american hoped to avoid taking a medical timeout, so as not to make it obvious to her opponent that she was in duress, but eventually keys called for a tra






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wife of espn broadcaster chris berman dies in crash that also killed other drive


woodbury, conn. — the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, a teacher, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."the bermans have been ma






kathy berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in car crash


the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network's president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury."this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend," espn president john skipper said in a statement. "chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour."both vehicles were travelling in the sam






katherine ann berman, wife of espn broadcaster chris berman, dies in crash – the


woodbury, conn. — the wife of longtime espn broadcaster chris berman died in a traffic crash in connecticut, the sports network’s president confirmed wednesday.katherine ann berman, 67, of cheshire, was one of two victims in the two-vehicle crash at about 2:15 p.m. tuesday in woodbury, state police said. the other victim was identified by police as edward bertulis, 87, of waterbury.“this is a devastating tragedy and difficult to comprehend,” espn president john skipper said in a statement. “chris is beloved by all his espn colleagues and for good reason: he has a huge heart and has given so much to so many over the years. we know how much his family means to him and all we can do at a moment like this is give him the love and support he will surely need at this hour.”both vehicles were tra






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we know, we know. technically, these boards don’t actually hover, but “hands-free scooter” just doesn’t sound as cool. it’s been a tough few years for the hoverboard industry. for a time, the damn things just wouldn’t stop catching fire. according to the consumer product safety commission, hoverboard-related fires between december 2015 and february 2016 were responsible for more than $2 million in property damages nationwide. some college puses and airlines have banned self-balancing scooters altogether, and the united kingdom has completely outlawed their use in any public space.more: who certified the exploding samsung galaxy note 7 safe? samsung didwith all this negative publicity, you might wonder, “why buy a hoverboard?” uh, because they’re awesome. these motorized, self-balancing dev