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[...] the company still faces stagnant user growth, has never made a profit and even reported a quarterly revenue decline Wednesday, a first since going public. Anything he tweets can serve as fodder for social media, TV news shows and, often, late-night comedy. Excluding stock compensation expenses and other one-time items, the company earned 11 cents per share in the latest quarter, down from 15 cents a year earlier. With its slogan "it's what's happening," Twitter has been trying to corner the market for real-time information, to be a place where people can go to find... [Read More]
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Nevada sportsbooks report record basketball handle... [Read More]
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March Madness usually brings to mind college basketball teams competing in various brackets. But in Connie Mendoza's English classes at Ramona High, it stands for the annual Poetry Tournament. Each sophomore in Mendoza's classes chose a favorite poem, analyzed its poetical elements, and practiced... [Read More]
Public funding for U.S. Bank renovations will be a tough sell and kudos to Mike Brown for honoring former Bengal greats.        ... [Read More]
The Garden State won't be hosting March Madness for at least another five years. [Read More]
The National Collegiate Athletic Association, or NCAA, has selected Cleveland to host eight championship events in northeast Ohio between 2019 and 2021. [Read More]
Lucas Oil Stadium set to host 2020 NCAA men's basketball tournament regionals a year before hosting Final Four.        ... [Read More]
It will never rival the Super Bowl, the World Series or even March Madness in popularity. But Pennsylvania's budget battle is underway and — unlike ... [Read More]
Here are the March Madness dates and schedule for the 2018 NCAA Division I men's basketball championship. [Read More]
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Before the NBA playoffs start on April 15, let's have one final chat about March Madness! HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY spoke with CBS Sports anchor Allie LaForce, and she dished on South Carolina's shocking performance, Duke and Villanova's upset and SO much more! [Read More]
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See how much you remember about tournaments past!. Powered by The News Guard. [Read More]
  Julesburg Elementary School kicked off Read Across America and Dr. Seuss' birthday with a contest in reading. [Read More]
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The NBA draft stock market saw its first major shakeup during March Madness. Fitting, as the end of the bracket signals the beginning of the run to the draft... [Read More]
March Madness may have ended, but later this month, hoops hysteria will return to Washington for one night when the Daviess County Family YMCA hosts its annual Taste of Daviess... [Read More]
When she blew into Winter Haven in 1993 no one knew they would name a hurricane after her.Katrina — and the winds she blows are anything but ill.Together with the cast of Theatre Winter Haven's production of "The Amish Project," Katrina Ploof just collected the Best Community Theatre Production award at the Southeastern Theatre Conference in Lexington, Ky., along with seven others for the show.The Elite Eight. March Madness on the stage of Theatre.When the production concluded, a... [Read More]
The University of North Carolina's victory over Gonzaga University in the title game of the 2016-17 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship tournament dominated the Nielsen Social Content Ratings for the week of April 3. [Read More]
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CBS Television Distribution's Judge Judy reclaimed the syndication lead in the week ended April 2, in which most shows remained in repeats after two weeks of March Madness. In repeats on all five days, Judy delivered the largest increase among daytime's top eight, growing 8% to a 6.7 live plus same day rating. That put the courtroom leader in first place in syndication for the 25th time in the past 35 weeks, alternating slots with Debmar-Mercury's Family Feud. CTD's Hot Bench, also in repeats all week, heated up 5% to a 2.3 and ranked as daytime's third-highest rated show... [Read More]
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Todd Skrzypek of Three Rivers not only correctly predicted North Carolina as the winner of this year's March Madness tournament, but also guessed the exact number of points that would be scored in the championship game (136), making him the undisputed winner of the 2017 Commercial-News bracket contest. Skrzypek, who is the maintenance director at Grace Healthcare, likes many sports and used to be a Little League coach. He has participated in the bracket competition before; this year he says he was "just lucky." [Read More]
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More than 75 people participated in ResCare Premier's third annual March Madness Basketball Shootout in support of the Texas Brain Injury Alliance, a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to improving the lives of individuals who live with brain injury. [Read More]
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Local law enforcement agencies have released details of extra patrols they conducted during an enforcement blitz coinciding with St. Patrick's Day and March Madness that focused on cracking down on impaired and dangerous driving. [Read More]
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