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In parts of central and north Texas, Texans are already being treated to the colorful blooms of such flowering trees as redbuds, peach, pear and Mexican plum. Judging from the profusion of pink blooms on peach trees recently spied around Fredericksburg and Stonewall, barring an unpredictable late spring freeze, peach lovers are in for a mouth-watering season.

Season 82012

The tenth and final season of CSI: Miami premiered on CBS on September 25, 2011, and is the shortest season of CSI: Miami with only 19 episodes. The series stars David Caruso, Emily Procter and Adam Rodriguez.

As Horatio faces a painful recovery from his gunshot wound, Natalia faces an emotional recovery from her near-death experience. Calleigh attempts to adopt two children, whilst Delko and Wolfe are assigned to supervise new CSI Sam Owens, a task that ends up putting Wolfe at risk. A sadistic killer, a Mexican sheriff, an eccentric genius, and a rabid dog are among the killers, witnesses, and victims this season, as the sun goes down on Miami.

All members of the main cast returned for this season, whilst Eva LaRue planned to depart the cast subsequently. Adam Rodriguez wrote and produced the episode "At Risk", based on the Penn State scandal. The series finale aired on April 8, 2012, but was delayed due to extended coverage of the Masters.[1] In May 2012, CBS cancelled CSI: Miami, making it the first show in the CSI franchise to end.

An early season Nor'easter delivered snow, rain, and gusty winds to the Mid Atlantic region from Wednesday November 7 through the early morning of Thursday November 8, 2012. This storm affected the region only a week after the historic Post Tropical Cyclone Sandy brought significant storm surge to coastal New Jersey along with high winds and heavy rain from the coast inland to Eastern Pennsylvania and southward through the Delmarva. The Nor'easter affected many of the same areas near the Mid Atlantic to Northeast Coast. Low pressure initially organized over the Southeastern States and emerged off of the Carolina coast late Tuesday November 6. This area of low pressure then intensified and tracked northeast near the coast through the morning of November 7. By afternoon, the center of the strong low pressure was a couple hundred miles off of the New Jersey coast. Many locations from the New Jersey coast westward to the Delaware Valley initially reported rain for a few hours from late morning through early afternoon, but as temperatures fell later in the day and into the evening, rain mixed with or changed over to snow across much of New Jersey. In addition, a few bands of heavy snow developed in eastern to central New Jersey with significant accumulations during the late evening of the 7th to early morning of the 8th. As the center of low pressure slowly pushed northeast and away from the New Jersey coast, precipitation gradually ended from southwest to northeast across the region before daybreak on Thursday November 8.

Impacts from this early November Nor'easter were notable and hampered recovery efforts from Post Tropical Cyclone Sandy, which had just swept through the Mid Atlantic region during the last week of October from the 28th through the 30th. Hardest hit were portions of Monmouth, Ocean, Middlesex, and Mercer counties where localized accumulations of 6 to 12 inches of heavy, wet snow resulted in numerous downed trees and power lines. Over 100,000 new power outages resulted. In some locations, electricity had just recently been restored only a day or two earlier from previous outages caused by Post Tropical Cyclone Sandy. Meanwhile, other communities in these counties had yet to have power restored from outages caused by Sandy, leaving residents without electricity or heat during the November Nor'easter. For many communities in eastern Monmouth and Ocean counties, which sustained considerable damage from Sandy, the heavy, wet snow accumulated on piles of debris yet to be cleared away. Downed trees and power lines resulted in road closures and detours in Monmouth and Ocean counties, with only essential personnel driving being permitted in Jackson Township the day following the Nor'easter. Air travel across the Mid Atlantic region was also affected by this early season Nor'easter, with dozens of flights being cancelled or delayed at the Philadelphia International Airport and other major airports in the New York vicinity.

Over the next year, Sanders wrote his legacy every single week with the single greatest season of college football ever played. His 2,850 yards are more than even some of the best running backs log in a career. That NCAA record still stands, and it's one of 34 he set that season. Winning the Heisman Trophy that season is laughably far down the list of remarkable accomplishments for Sanders in a season to remember in Stillwater.

He scored 39 touchdowns, 44 if you count his five in the Holiday Bowl. The NCAA didn't begin counting bowl stats in the official record books until 2002. He rushed for 300 yards in four games during the season, and his lowest total of the entire season came against Missouri, with a paltry 154 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries.

When the dust settled on a blowout win over Wyoming in the Holiday Bowl, Sanders had averaged 7.6 yards per carry on 373 carries and stood alone atop the list of the greatest seasons in college football history. He averaged just under 240 yards per game. In 2011, nine teams in college football averaged more rushing yards per game than Sanders did in 1988.

Sanders was a quiet personality who kept to himself and never liked to talk about his exploits, even declining to dispute his father's contention that he wasn't the greatest running back in the history of the game. That didn't stop others from acknowledging the greatness he showcased every week of the 1988 season at Oklahoma State.

Holcus leaf spot is not a common disease in Indiana, and is not known to limit yield. Although the disease may cause concern based on symptom appearance, no in-season treatment is available or necessary. Fungicide applications will not have efficacy against this bacterial disease.

The University of Evansville baseball team won its third straight game Wednesday night, overcoming the Western Kentucky University Hilltoppers, 7-2, at Nick Denes Field. The victory improves the Aces record to 7-5 in the young season.

No influenza-associated pediatric deaths were reported to CDC during week 36. A total of 34 influenza-associated pediatric deaths have been reported during the 2011-2012 season. Additional data can be found at:

Nnemkadi Ogwumike had 22 points, nine rebounds and four assists, Toni Kokenis scored 23 points, and the second-ranked Cardinal capped their third straight unbeaten conference season with an 86-61 victory over rival California on Sunday night.

Chiney Ogwumike added 12 points and 12 rebounds as Stanford (28-1, 18-0 Pac-12) won its 25th in a row overall and eighth straight against the Golden Bears, who came within 74-71 in an overtime loss at Maples Pavilion on Jan. 28 - the Cardinal's closest push in a win all season and lone OT game.

The Cardinal, who captured the inaugural Pac-12 regular-season crown and the program's 12th straight conference title, ran their winning streak against conference opponents to 75 since losing 57-54 to Cal in Berkeley on Jan. 18, 2009.

VanDerveer has called all season for more of her players to get involved on both ends of the floor to take a load off the talented Ogwumike sisters - and the Cardinal's 26th-year coach received several such performances in the regular-season finale.

The Cardinal haven't lost since a 68-58 defeat at Connecticut on Nov. 21 and are two victories from matching the longest winning streak in program history. Stanford had 27-game winning streaks in back-to-back seasons: 2009-10 and 2010-11.

Stanford used a 10-0 run late in the first half and held Cal scoreless for 6:15 during that span on the way to a 43-24 lead at the break. The Cardinal finished 18-0 in conference play for the third straight season.

The Pac-12 tournament begins Wednesday at Staples Center in Los Angeles, but Stanford and Cal are the top two seeds and open Thursday. Cal - a likely NCAA tournament team under first-year coach Lindsay Gottlieb - earned the second seed after their fifth 20-win season in six years. The Bears have played a tough schedule and are likely headed for their first NCAA berth since 2009.

Stanford, which has reached the last four Final Fours but come home empty since the program's last NCAA title in 1992, has a winning streak of 20 or more games for the fifth straight season. The Cardinal would like to send senior Nnemkadi Ogwumike out with another special March run.

In Week 15, three of five designated matchups will be played on Saturday with the remainder to be played on Sunday. Specific dates and start times for the designated Week 15 matchups will be determined and announced at a later date during the season.

DSU completed a six-game season sweep of the Spartans to improve to 18-13-1 overall. The Hornets lead the MEAC North with an 8-1 mark. Norfolk State dropped its seventh straight game to fall to 8-19 and 5-6.

SS (MINNESOTA, ON MIC): Just a reminder, this is cold and flu season, and so if you could please refrain from putting your tickets in your mouth as you put your luggage in the overhead, we would appreciate that. And you folks in back who are putting your coats in the overhead, I guess someone's gotta go back to listening school, huh? Okay then. Could I have everyone's attention now while I demonstrate the oxygen mask? That includes you, sir. ----- Sir, your barn doors are open. ----- Let's all fasten our seatbelts now, okay? Some of you look like you need a seat belt extension. You, sir, just suck it up. 041b061a72


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