What’s Hot on Google

Apr 13, 2009 6:27pm

ABC News’ Kristi Berner reports:

From the World News Webcast’s collaboration with Google, here’s of few of the more interesting rising searches on Google this afternoon.

ESPN Chicago:  Bears, Cubs, White Sox and Bulls fans rejoice! Today the cable sports network launched a new website which exclusively covers Chicago sports. ESPNChicago.com is the network’s first regional website and if it’s successful, ESPN may launch other city-centric websites. (Full disclosure: ESPN is ABC’s sibling network, also owned by Disney.)

Phil Spector Verdict:  Sounds like a movie plot. Music producer Phil Spector was convicted today of murdering actress Lana Clarkson in 2003. The 40-year-old woman died of a gunshot fired into her mouth while seated in the foyer of Spector’s mansion. In a retrial at Los Angeles Superior Court, the jury was unanimous in its verdict of second degree murder.

Phillies Announcer: A beloved voice is gone. Longtime Philadelphia Phillies broadcaster Harry Kalas was found dead in the broadcast booth this afternoon, before a game against the Washington Nationals. Kalas punctuated innumerable home runs with his "Outta Here!" call. The 73-year-old joined the Phillies in 1971.

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