Summary Ireland survived an inspired spell of swing bowling from Zimbabwe's Tinashe Panyangara to scrape through for a three-wicket win on the last ball of their Group B encounter in Sylhet on Monday. Panyangara (4-37), who was smashed for 18 in his first over by Stirling, also dismissed the dangerous Kevin O'Brien (17) in the 18th over and returned to bowl the final over of the innings with Ireland needing four runs for victory.

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Summary DOUGLAS COUNTY, Colo. - A Douglas County sheriff's sergeant has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. "They take these allegations very seriously and will be conducting an internal investigation as well," Hanavan said of the Douglas County Sheriff's Office.

Summary FILE - In this photo taken Monday, Aug. 18, 2014, is state Sen. Ben Hueso, D-San Diego, who pleaded no contest to the lessor charge of alcholol-related reckless driving, in Sacramento County Superior Court, Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014.

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Summary Jason Avant was in the middle of a dig route when he locked eyes with Alex Smith, who was rolling to the right. However, the fact that the risk-averse Smith gave him a chance to make a play against Patrick Peterson, one of the league's best corners, is a reflection of the trust he already has in Avant, a nine-year veteran who was signed as a free agent three weeks ago to be a positive influence on and off the field.

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Summary At its meeting Thursday night, the Huntsville City Council unanimously approved a series of settlements with the jail's designer, 2WR Holmes Wilkins Architects of Montgomery, lead builder Dawson Building Contractors of Rainbow City and several subcontractors. Although the building authority notified Dawson that it reserved the right to change the termination to "for cause" if the company's workmanship was later found to be defective, the Supreme Court ruled in October 2010 that such a conversion was not allowed under the contract.

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