The next time the Avalanche play in front of its fans? Up in the air. The next time the Avalanche play, period? Ditto. The uncertainty … Continue reading
Coronavirus concerns force Los Angeles public schools to cancel large events; sports games will not have spectators
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The novel coronavirus has brought Washington’s largest school district to a reluctant halt. For nearly two weeks, as more than 115 other schools across the … Continue reading
Dallas Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle and player J.J. Barea reacts to news that the NBA has suspended its season after a player on the Utah … Continue reading
The California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says that the visitor ban is a precaution and that there haven’t been any confirmed cases of coronavirus … Continue reading
Colorado’s largest local public health agency, Tri-County Health, held a “virtual town hall” for the 1.5 million people across the eastern metro area Wednesday night … Continue reading
Fred Hoiberg (flu) was taken to the hospital following the Cornhuskers’ 89-64 loss to Indiana in the first round of the Big Ten tournament.
Nicola Hanna, the U.S. attorney in Los Angeles, called the cartel “one of the most significant transnational criminal threats we face today.”
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CBS News employees at its headquarters in New York City were sent home Wednesday afternoon after two employees reportedly tested positive for coronavirus.
1685 – George Berkeley, Irish philosopher/bishop of Cloyne 1806 – Jane Pierce, American 1st lady (1853-57) and wife of Franklin Pierce, born in Hampton, New … Continue reading