AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Scores

Friday Pebble Beach, Calif. a-Monterey Peninsula Shore Course (Host Course) 6,934 yards; Par 71 b-Pebble Beach Golf Links 6,972 yards; Par 72 c-Spyglass Hill Golf Course 7,041 yards; Par 72 Purse: $9 million Second Round Note: Tournament is played on three courses with different pars. Kurt Kitayama 64a-70b—134 Joseph Bramlett 68c-67a—135 Hank Lebioda 63a-72b—135 Keith… Continue reading AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am Scores

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Biden sounds ready to seek 2nd term while rallying Democrats

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — President Joe Biden sounded like a candidate making his case for a second term Friday night as he rallied a raucous meeting of national Democrats who chanted, “Four more years!” The only thing missing was an official announcement — that’s not expected for at least several weeks. Speaking to the Democratic National… Continue reading Biden sounds ready to seek 2nd term while rallying Democrats

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Jury: Musk didn’t deceive investors with 2018 Tesla tweets

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A jury on Friday decided Elon Musk didn’t deceive investors with his 2018 tweets about electric automaker Tesla in a proposed deal that quickly unraveled and raised questions about whether the billionaire had misled investors. The verdict by the nine jurors was reached after less that two hours of deliberation following… Continue reading Jury: Musk didn’t deceive investors with 2018 Tesla tweets

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Austin mayor apologizes as city struggles to restore power

By PAUL J. WEBER and DAVID SHARP (Associated Press) AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Widespread power outages in the Texas capital stretched into a third day Friday for thousands of residents following a winter storm that was spiraling into a management crisis as city leaders remained unable to say when all the lights would come back… Continue reading Austin mayor apologizes as city struggles to restore power

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Trolley Fatally Strikes Skateboarder Near Lindbergh Field

An MTS trolley in downtown San Diego. Courtesy MTS A trolley struck and killed a man riding a skateboard Friday in a commercial area near San Diego International Airport. The light-rail fatality in the area of Hancock and Noell streets occurred about 1 p.m., according to the San Diego Police Department. The victim, whose identity… Continue reading Trolley Fatally Strikes Skateboarder Near Lindbergh Field

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Bodycam video, pictures show arrest of ex-NBA star accused of punching daughter at Brickell Key condo

Police body camera video and crime scene pictures captured the arrest of former NBA star Amar’e Stoudemire after he allegedly punched his teenage daughter, leading to a battery charge that has since been dropped. The bodycam footage shows the 6-foot-10 former player as he was walked through the lobby of an upscale Brickell Key condominium… Continue reading Bodycam video, pictures show arrest of ex-NBA star accused of punching daughter at Brickell Key condo

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Drunk Driver Convicted of Murder for Hitting Highway Worker in Jamul

A courtroom gavel. File photo A 71-year-old man was convicted this week of second-degree murder and other charges for driving drunk and fatally striking a highway worker in Jamul. Arnold Lee Patton was found guilty by an El Cajon jury on Thursday for the Dec. 16, 2020, crash that killed 27-year-old Jesus Gonzalez. The victim… Continue reading Drunk Driver Convicted of Murder for Hitting Highway Worker in Jamul

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It’s to the rafters for Tyler Herro’s No. 14 (Whitnall High, not Heat); plus, the return of Haslem, Oladipo doubtful

There was a time when Tyler Herro was an afterthought. That was when he was good enough to make his high school team as a freshman, but left to select from numerical leftovers. “I only had two choices,” Herro said amid the four-game Miami Heat trip that concludes Saturday night against the Milwaukee Bucks. “It… Continue reading It’s to the rafters for Tyler Herro’s No. 14 (Whitnall High, not Heat); plus, the return of Haslem, Oladipo doubtful

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