Friday, October 24, 2014
 
 
 
Alex Margulies visits with senior baseball star Austin Byler.  [READ MORE]
 
New TU basketball coach Frank Haith says a lot of people don't even know Tulsa is in the American Athletic Conference.  [READ MORE]
 
It's been quite the year of ups and downs for Apple : From the unveiling of the Apple Watch to the disastrous iOS 8.0.1 update ; from the rollout of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to the PR nightmare that was BendGate . But things seem to be going more smoothly for Apple this week, as the company stock hit an all-time high this week. It's safe to say, though, through the peaks and valleys of 2014, it's been quite a year for the tech giant.

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The search of Cliff Richard's house by police investigating allegations of child sex crimes, which was broadcast live on television, was "inept" and caused "irreparable damage" to the British singer's reputation, lawmakers said on Friday. Officers raided the home of the 74 -year-old Richard, one of Britain's best-known entertainers, in August, with the search carried out in the glare of BBC cameras after the broadcaster was given advance warning.  [READ MORE]
 
President Nicolas Maduro's government said on Thursday it had taken over warehouses around Venezuela crammed with medical goods and food that "bourgeois criminals" were hoarding for speculation and contraband. The socialist government says businessmen and wealthy opponents are trying to sabotage the economy to bring Maduro down, while also seeking to make profits from hoarding, price-gouging and smuggling across the border to Colombia.  [READ MORE]
 
The Dead are rising. A new documentary from executive producer Martin Scorsese about landmark psychedelic rock group the Grateful Dead is headed our way. Set to coincide with the 50th anniversary of the legendary jam-band led by Bob Weir and the late Jerry Garcia , the career-spanning retrospective will be directed by Amir Bar-Lev.  [READ MORE]
 
 
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