The ABC actor explains to "Daily Pop" how his Tip Your Servers program will benefit people affected by the coronavirus pandemic. Watch! #TyBurrell #ENews #DailyPop … Continue reading
A raging fire gutted the top floor of a six-story Bronx apartment building Tuesday night, killing four women and injuring another elderly woman tenant, officials … Continue reading
The Stone County Health Department (SCHD) reported the second confirmed case of COVID-19 in Stone County on March 31.
A Greene County resident who visited Branson March 12-14 has tested positive for COVID-19. The Communicable Disease Investigation Team at the Taney County Health Department … Continue reading
In a preliminary ruling, a judge said that the city of L.A. seizing large items from homeless people is not a workable policy.
The Talking Preps football crew – Dale, Sam and Chris – return and talk about why CMS is losing coaches, how UNC is making gains … Continue reading
Senator John Barrasso, R-WY, and Representative Devin Nunes, R-CA, respond the Laura Ingraham’s call for congress to get back to work. #FoxNews #IngrahamAngle FOX News … Continue reading
The only player on the Boston Celtics to test positive for coronavirus is donating his plasma to researchers trying to develop a treatment for the … Continue reading
1858 – Arnold Aletrino, Dutch physician-criminologist/author (From Life) 1875 – Edgar Wallace, English novelist, playwright and journalist (The Terror, The Four Just Men) who created … Continue reading
1778 – New Orleans businessman Oliver Pollock creates the “$” symbol 1873 – British White Star steamship Atlantic sinks off Nova Scotia, 547 die 1927 … Continue reading
Historical Events 1340 – Niels Ebbesen kills Gerhard III of Holstein in his bedroom, ending the 1332-1340 interregnum in Denmark. 1850 – San Francisco County … Continue reading
The United States Air Force Academy is established by President Dwight D. Eisenhower; Marvin Gaye is shot to death; and more.