Parkland jurors must manage trial stress on their own

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — The jurors chosen this past week to decide whether Florida school shooter Nikolas Cruz is executed will visit a bloodstained crime scene, view graphic photos and videos and listen to intense emotional testimony — an experience that they will have to manage entirely on their own. Throughout what is expected… Continue reading Parkland jurors must manage trial stress on their own

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Keith Hernandez never wanted to come to New York and now he’s forever a Met: ‘Best thing that ever happened to me’

The man who could anticipate everything on the baseball diamond swears he didn’t see this coming. In fact, he thought it might never happen at all. Keith Hernandez was caught completely by surprise when the Mets announced that they would be retiring his number. The ceremony, set for July 9 at Citi Field, is a… Continue reading Keith Hernandez never wanted to come to New York and now he’s forever a Met: ‘Best thing that ever happened to me’

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Local Law Enforcement Team Up To Protect Boaters For Fourth Of July

TAMPA, Fla. (CW44 News At 10) – It’s a big push is on to keep you safe on the water. St. Petersburg Police, the Pinellas County Sheriff and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission are teaming up. “Unfortunately it can be deadly. The reality is the water is a hostile environment, but we want… Continue reading Local Law Enforcement Team Up To Protect Boaters For Fourth Of July

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Which Chicago Cubs players are likely to get traded? Here’s where things stand with the deadline 1 month away.

Chicago Cubs closer David Robertson knows what awaits the next four weeks. Robertson, in his 14th big-league season, has been on the move ahead of the trade deadline once before and has seen plenty of teammates come and go during this month throughout the years. With the Aug. 2 trade deadline a month away, the… Continue reading Which Chicago Cubs players are likely to get traded? Here’s where things stand with the deadline 1 month away.

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Woman charged after 1,000 pigs found dead at Iowa site

SAC CITY, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa woman is facing criminal charges after more than 1,000 pigs were found dead on a property. KCCI-TV reports that the Sac County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call Thursday and found the animals dead at two confinement sites. Authorities say 33-year-old Elana Laber was responsible for maintaining the… Continue reading Woman charged after 1,000 pigs found dead at Iowa site

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Mike Lupica: In the end, thin-skinned Kevin Durant wasn’t built for Brooklyn

The NBA has become a league dominated by headlines about whining, entitled stars acting like complete losers, even if they’ve won championships the way Kevin Durant has. The biggest headlines this week are about Durant, of course, who’s decided he’s unhappy with his current circumstances, and wants to go sit at another table where he… Continue reading Mike Lupica: In the end, thin-skinned Kevin Durant wasn’t built for Brooklyn

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