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Biggest bid let in commission's history at $229.3 million. [Read More]
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A newspaper in the state capital reports Gov. Susana Martinez skipped out on a meal tab, and an employee at that store confirmed to KOB she did not pay for her food. [Read More]
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Fans across the league were not happy with players protesting on the field during the national anthem. Fans at home couldn't see that displeasure. The networks' omission was glaring. [Read More]
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) on Wednesday cast President Trump and congressional Republicans' tax proposal not just as bad policy, but bad math. ... [Read More]
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Atlanta United is headed to the MLS playoffs. [Read More]
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Danielle Cantor, a partner with super agent David Falk, is "fierce. She gets stuff done," said Wizards forward Otto Porter Jr. [Read More]
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University of Louisville men's basketball coach Rick Pitino and athletics director Tom Jurich have been placed on administrative leave until the next athletics association board meeting in October, a source close to Jurich told WDRB News. [Read More]
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Zuckerberg said he regretted that he called it "crazy" that Facebook influenced the 2016 election... [Read More]
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Addison Russell hit a three-run homer and John Lackey pitched six strong innings as the Chicago Cubs clinched their second consecutive National League Central title with a 5-1 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night. [Read More]
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The Chicago Cubs will at near full strength Wednesday night as they try to clinch their second National League Central title outright. Shortstop Addison Russell and Javier Baez return after not starting in Tuesday's 8-7 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Cubs need only a victory or loss by the... [Read More]
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t's time for the Cubs to party like it's 2016. The Cubs clinched their second straight National League Central Division title on Wednesday, beating the Cardinals, 5-1, to advance to the postseason for a third straight year. [Read More]
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Football fields have become forums for political debate over the past week, after President Donald Trump criticized players who kneel during the National Anthem to protest police brutality. [Read More]
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Cubs will face Nationals in NLDS The defending World Series champion Chicago Cubs are back to defend their title. With a 5-1 road win over the St. Louis Cardinals on Wednesday night at Busch Stadium, the Cubs have clinched the National League Central for a second consecutive season. The Cubs are the first World Series winner to win their division the following season since the Philadelphia Phillies in 2009. After snapping their 108-year championship drought in 2016, the Cubs looked like a juggernaut, as poised as any team in baseball to sustain a long run of excellence. They won... [Read More]
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Josh Bell went 3-for-4 with a homer and three RBIs in leading the Pirates to a 5-3 win over the Orioles on Wednesday night at PNC Park. [Read More]
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A spokesperson for MidMichigan Medical Center told TV5 both campuses in Midland and Mt. Pleasant are currently in "Code Secure" status. [Read More]
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"Trump threw sports into the middle of it," Flyers winger Wayne Simmonds said of the controversy during the national anthem. [Read More]
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A suspected tumour in a man's lung turns out to be a Playmobil traffic cone he inhaled as a child. [Read More]
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As Tiger Woods continues to rehab from his most recent back surgery in April, the legendary golfer says it's possible he may not return to the golf course... [Read More]
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Tampa's Lowry Park Zoo announced that a young female chimpanzee named Keeva died Wednesday morning. [Read More]
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Royal Caribbean is using a cruise ship to help evacuate people from Puerto Rico and deliver needed supplies to Caribbean islands. [Read More]
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