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Lock your cars! Vehicle theft spikes in COVID-19 pandemic

The coronavirus hasn’t been kind to car owners. With more people than ever staying home to lessen the spread of COVID-19, their sedans, pickup trucks and SUVs are parked unattended … Click to Continue »

‘Bucket list’ pontoon ride to promote river tourism

Bob Cherry is no stranger to long boat rides, having navigated thousands of miles of inland waterways over the years. But when the retired captain puts in at Knoxville, Tennessee, … Click to Continue »

The Latest: German soccer federation faces heavy losses

The Latest on the effects of the coronavirus outbreak on sports around the world: ___ The German soccer federation says it faces heavy losses this year due to the coronavirus … Click to Continue »

2 dead, 5 wounded after shooting at South Carolina party

A party attended by hundreds on a rural road in upstate South Carolina ended with gunfire, two men dead and five more wounded. The Union County coroner said 21-year-old Curtis … Click to Continue »

Washington colleges, universities brace for big budget hit

Washington’s public colleges and universities are preparing for large budget cuts because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. The Seattle Times reports the state is expected to slash funding, since higher … Click to Continue »

Now 47, Colón still hoping to pitch again in major leagues

Bartolo Colón refuses to entertain the idea of retirement. It doesn’t matter that he didn’t pitch in 2019 and that on Sunday he turned 47. He craves one more shot … Click to Continue »

Atlético Madrid forward João Félix has minor knee sprain

Atlético Madrid said Monday that forward João Félix has sprained his left knee. The clubs said tests have shown that the Portuguese forward “suffered a low grade” ligament sprain and … Click to Continue »

‘Lie down with dogs, wake up with fleas.’ Ky GOP has only itself to blame for effigy disgrace.

Burning and hanging effigies is not the sole province of conservatives; a helpful reader pointed me to a Washington Post story about AIDS activists in 1990, who stormed the NIH … Click to Continue »

Wealthiest hospitals got billions in aid aimed at ailing providers like Kentucky system

A multibillion-dollar institution in the Seattle area invests in hedge funds, runs a pair of venture capital funds and works with elite private equity firms like the Carlyle Group. But … Click to Continue »

‘Awesome’ cloud formation off North Carolina explained by National Weather Service

A surreal cloud formation seen off the North Carolina coast has captured the attention of the National Weather Service, which says the phenomenon hints the weather is changing rapidly for … Click to Continue »

Wild horses erupt in vicious brawl on Outer Banks beach as people stand and watch

A reputation for being untamed is part of the allure of the Outer Banks, but Carova Beach visitors got more than they bargained for when two wild horses attacked each … Click to Continue »

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