Cops charge two in bike thefts Sacramento police have arrested two men on charges related to the theft of a bicycle belonging to seven-time Tour de France champion Lance Armstrong. Officers said yesterday that they arrested a 39-year-old on suspicion of stealing Armstrong's Trek Livestrong 1274 and two other bikes from members of Team Astana. The bikes were taken from the back of a rental truck.
Celine Dion among buyers looking to own Habs
MONTREAL The Montreal Canadiens and the Bell Centre are up for sale and 10 potential buyers have signed confidentiality agreements with the Bank of Montreal to get a look at the franchise's books, CBC-TV reported yesterday.
The potential buyers identified by the public broadcaster include the province's pension-fund manager, the Caisse de depot et placement; Guy Laliberte, owner of Cirque du soleil; and Les Productions Feeling, which is run by Rene Angelil, husband and manager of pop superstar Celine Dion. Others include the Claridge investment house; media giant Quebecor; Joey Saputo, owner of the Montreal Impact soccer team; Roustan Capital; the Molson family; Spectrum Equity; and the Aldo Group.
Raptors fall to Hawks
TORONTO Josh Smith had 25 points and seven rebounds as the Atlanta Hawks used 11-for-22 shooting from three-point range to down the Toronto Raptors 118-110 at Air Canada Centre last night. Chris Bosh, with 21 points and 10 rebounds, recorded his eighth consecutive double-double for the Raptors, who lost their second in a row after winning six straight.