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Donley at KCAL: Bob Donley has joined KCAL (Channel 9) as a prime-time news anchor, station vice president and general manager Don Corsini announced Monday.
Donley, who comes from KTTV (Channel 11), joins Jerry Dunphy, Pat Harvey, Kerry Kilbride, Terri Merryman and Jane Velez-Mitchell as an anchor on the station's 8-to-11 p.m. news block.
Before his five-year run at KTTV, where he was the primary weekend anchor, Donley had worked in Las Vegas.
CBS (Cell Broadcast Service) See cell broadcast. in the clutch: The postponement of Saturday's Pepsi 400 - which was to have been the first NASCAR NASCAR (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing), organization that sanctions American stock-car races, est. 1948. It held its first race in Daytona Beach, Fla. race to air on a broadcast network in prime time - has officials at CBS in a scheduling quandary. The network had hoped to use the Pepsi 400 - one of 15 NASCAR events on CBS' 1998 schedule - as its prime-time centerpiece for the Fourth of July Fourth of July, Independence Day, or July Fourth, U.S. holiday, commemorating the adoption of the Declaration of Independence. Celebration of it began during the American Revolution. holiday. But with the race having been rescheduled for Oct. 17, CBS now must decide whether to go head-to-head against Game 1 of the World Series on Fox or sell the TV rights to another network.
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v. rav·aged, rav·ag·ing, rav·ages
1. To bring heavy destruction on; devastate: A tornado ravaged the town.
2. homes and buildings in central Florida led officials at International Speedway Corp., the parent of NASCAR and the Daytona International Speedway Daytona International Speedway is a superspeedway in Daytona Beach, Florida. It is a 2.5 mile (4 km) tri-oval race track facility with a seating capacity of 168,000 spectators. in Daytona Beach - the site of the July 4 race - to delay the event. It marked the first postponement in the race's 39-year history.
Life with `The Suburbans': Joining the cast of the Jennifer Love Hewitt-starring comedy ``The Suburbans'' are ``Saturday Night Live'' cast member Will Ferrell, Amy Brenneman, Craig Bierko and Bridgette Wilson. Directed by and co-starring Donal Lardner Ward, who debuted as co-director and co-star of ``My Life's in Turnaround,'' the independent film also features Ben Stiller, Tony Guma, Jerry Stiller and Robert Loggia loggia
Hall, gallery, or porch open to the air on one or more sides. It evolved in the Mediterranean region as an open sitting room with protection from the sun. It is often a roofed, arcaded open gallery on an upper story overlooking a court, though it can also be a . Co-written by Ward and Guma, ``The Suburbans'' is the story of a reunion tour of a 1980s one-hit-wonder band.