Chris Stargel can’t move or speak, all from an illness caused by an infection Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more … Continue reading
1932 – Fausto Razzi, Italian composer, born in Rome 1939 – Paul Gleason, American actor (Breakfast Club, Die Hard), born in Jersey City, New Jersey … Continue reading
1535 – Five Carthusian monks from London Charterhouse monastery hung, drawn and quartered at Tyburn, London, for refusing to acknowledge Henry VIII as head of … Continue reading
Historical Events 1303 – Flemings conquers Middelburg 1783 – Herschel reports seeing a red glow near lunar crater Aristarchus 1919 – 1st legal Sunday baseball … Continue reading
Charles Barkley joins Scott Van Pelt to look back at playing with Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, Larry Bird and others on the 1992 Olympic Dream … Continue reading
It’s been a year since crews broke ground on the massive project in downtown Omaha Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get … Continue reading
Gambling and the Olympics. Live reaction and discussion to episodes 5 and 6 of the Michael Jordan/Chicago Bulls documentary "The Last Dance" on ESPN. More … Continue reading
“The Last Dance” director Jason Hehir joins Jalen Rose and David Jacoby after Episodes 5 & 6 to share memories of what it was like … Continue reading
These athletes never give up and now even during this pandemic, they don’t have to
The business owners said they are taking extra steps to ensure the safety of customers and staff Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: … Continue reading
Another round of showers and storms will move through the region later Monday into Monday night
Lesley Stahl, the “60 Minutes” correspondent, said Sunday that she was hospitalized for a week due to coronavirus complications.
A rural Illinois church held services Sunday just days after it filed a federal lawsuit against Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s stay-at-home order, according to the church’s … Continue reading
Utah Jazz’s John Stockton (12) leaps in the air after sinking a 3-point shot a the buzzer to beat the Houston Rockets 103-100 Thursday, May … Continue reading
President Trump said Sunday he wanted to take swift action against the coronavirus early on when others doubted the severity of the matter, during his … Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) — Illinois Gov. JB Pritzker has said church congregations can meet in person, provided that they keep the number small. This was the … Continue reading
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CHICAGO (CBS) — Police on Sunday warned the public about a spate of auto thefts in Lakeview – mostly in the Clark and Belmont area, … Continue reading
New York • Brad Balukjian tore open a pack of 1986 Topps baseball cards, chewed the stale, brittle bubblegum and then planned a road trip … Continue reading
CHICAGO (CBS) — A Cook County Sheriff’s deputy died Sunday from complications due to COVID-19, the sheriff’s office announced. Deputy Richard O’Brien was a 25-year … Continue reading
The National Rifle Association has laid off dozens of employees, canceled its national convention and scaled back on fundraising, membership and shooting events just months … Continue reading
The new site will be outside the Kino Veterans Memorial Stadium, at 2500 E Ajo Way, which offers shade in their parking lot and more … Continue reading
LENA, Ill. — A small church in a northwest Illinois town defied the governor’s order to limit services to 10 people or fewer Sunday. “God’s … Continue reading
Texas Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson discusses her state beginning to reopen as it hits its single-day high for coronavirus deaths.» Subscribe to MSNBC: http://on.msnbc.com/SubscribeTomsnbc MSNBC … Continue reading
President Trump is joined by Vice President Mike Pence and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin during the Fox News Town Hall. #FoxNews #TrumpTownHall Subscribe to Fox … Continue reading
The coronavirus pandemic has affected transportation operations across Arizona, but it won’t stop vehicles from needing emissions tests, officials said.
NEW YORK — CBS News “60 Minutes” correspondent Lesley Stahl said Sunday that she’s finally feeling well after a battle with COVID-19 that left her … Continue reading
The sole occupant of a small, possibly homemade aircraft was killed Sunday while trying to land at Delta’s Blake Field airport in southwestern Colorado, sheriff’s … Continue reading
The money will most immediately be used to pay staff and suppliers, hospital official says.
“The Shooter Estates” is one of several in the Avra Valley with streets named after firearms.
Twenty off-duty Tucson Police officers have answered a call for volunteers from Mobile Meals of Southern Arizona. The officers are delivering meals during the coronavirus … Continue reading
The 330-person crew aboard the guided-missile destroyer Kidd might be infected with more coronavirus cases if the Navy didn’t act so quickly, according to a … Continue reading
President Trump participates in a Fox News Town Hall to answer viewer’s questions amid coronavirus pandemic. #FoxNews #TrumpTownHall Subscribe to Fox News! https://bit.ly/2vBUvAS Watch more Fox … Continue reading
The birds are believed to have reached Montrose by Thursday or early Friday.
With restrictions in place since mid-March, some weary residents drawn outside by temperatures in the 70s began to stretch the boundaries or simply ignore the … Continue reading
Provided by Westminster Police Department Wesley V. Lougee. Westminster police have arrested a 36-year-old man and charged him with murder following a fatal stabbing Friday … Continue reading
From the high desert to the beach enclaves of Orange County, a growing number of California businesses deemed nonessential are choosing to reopen in defiance … Continue reading
We’re looking at some of the important, fun and interesting stories from the last week in what we’re calling, ICYMI (in case you missed it). … Continue reading
The Overland Park Police Department officer was the first killed in the city in decades.
Six Bay Area counties will allow construction projects, real estate transactions and some other businesses to resume operations with certain conditions on Monday, John Ramos … Continue reading
AURORA, Ill. — Chrisann Ramos got very ill in mid-March before becoming one of the first three people in Kane County to test positive for … Continue reading
Dan Le Batard, Mina Kimes and Pablo Torre poke fun at Michael Wilbon after he takes to Twitter to voice his adoration for the 1990s … Continue reading
With tension on the road at the breaking point, one driver will walk away. Austin is tasked with the biggest load of the season so … Continue reading
Grammy’s Goodies thought COVID-19 would be the end of the restaurant – instead, they found a way to give back by serving those who serve … Continue reading
Johnson, Jackson and Wyandotte counties along with Kansas City, Mo. all have extended orders. Subscribe to KMBC on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1fXGVrh Get more … Continue reading
Residents and business owners in the cities of Miami and Hialeah can on Monday begin applying for grants and loans to help pay the rent … Continue reading