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14-Dec-2008

  • Tropical storm "Dolphin" to enter RP Saturday night (GMA News)

    MANILA, Philippines - Tropical storm "Dolphin" (international name) is expected to enter the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) Saturday night, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) said Friday.


  • Pagasa: 'Dolphin' may intensify into typhoon before entering RP (GMA News)

    MANILA, Philippines - Incoming tropical depression "Dolphin" may intensify into a typhoon upon entering Philippine territory, the Philippine Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration said Saturday.


  • Doobie Brothers to perform at Orange Bowl halftime show (WSLS Newschannel 10 Roanoke)

    Grammy Award-winning and multi-platinum selling The Doobie Brothers will entertain South Florida and a global audience as headliners of the Seminole Hard Rock Orange Bowl Halftime Show during the 75th FedEx Orange Bowl game on Jan. 1, 2009, at Dolphin Stadium.


  • GRIZ TRACKS: Hauck, Matthews old pals (Missoulian)

    Miami Dolphins rookie kicker Dan Carpenter kicks the winning field goal against the Oakland Raiders during the fourth quarter at Dolphin Stadium in Miami on Nov. 16. The Dolphins won 17-15.


  • Winter the tailless dolphin documentary released (Bay News 9 Tampa Bay)

    PINELLAS COUNTY (Bay News 9) -- Clearwater Marine Aquarium (CMA) is releasing its first-ever documentary; "Winter, The Dolphin that Could!."


  • Florida-related bowl games, and how to get tickets (Orlando Sentinel)

    BCS Championship No. 2 Florida (12-1) vs. No. 1 Oklahoma (12-1) When/where: Jan. 8, 8 p.m., Dolphin Stadium


  • European Tour Podcast (PGA European Tour)

    US Ryder Cup star Boo Weekley will be aiming to become the first American winner of the Commercialbank Qatar Masters, Presented by Dolphin Energy when he tees up at Doha Golf Club from January 22-25, 2009.


  • Former Dolphin Mark Ingram fails to report to prison (Sun-Sentinel)

    An arrest warrant has been issued for former Dolphin Mark Ingram after he failed to report to federal prison to begin serving nearly eight years for bank fraud and money laundering.


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