St. Louis Blues bring 11 yr old Laila Anderson to Boston
The St. Louis Blues' 11 year old sick super fan Laila Anderson, who has been featured at numerous playoff games in St. Louis, has been invited to Boston to join her favorite team as they compete in Game 7 against the Bruins! The mother surprises her in a tear-jerking video. Have your tissues ready!
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Celtics host Nickeil Alexander-Walker and Tyler Herro at Tuesday’s loaded draft workout
The Celtics hosted a pair of potential first-round picks and multiple projected second-rounders in their workout on Monday.
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CuriosiD: What is the History of Detroit's Times Square?
The Detroit Times was first published in 1900 under the name Detroit Today. After a few years, it went into receivership, and William Randolph Hearst bought it in 1921. Around that time, the paper’s name was changed to the Detroit Times The newspaper’s building was located at Cass Avenue and Times Square in the city’s downtown. Famed architect Albert Kahn designed the building, which was completed by 1929. Housing the earthshaking printing presses and a rather utilitarian newsroom, the building also had a lavish lobby designed in the Art Deco style, which was popular at the time. Across the street were Times Square Park and Times Square Bar, which was one of several local watering holes frequented by Detroit Times reporters. The paper was bought out by its rival The Detroit News in…
Man critical, another jailed after fight in Sunbury |
SUNBURY – A Snyder County man is jailed and another man is in critical condition after a fight in Sunbury early Sunday morning. According to The Daily Item, the incident occurred just after 4 a.m. along South Third Street. They say 36-year-old Jay Boyer of Middleburg was involved in a fight with another man, Brian Cox. The Daily Item reports, the two men were first seen inside a social club on Third Street, then seen outside the club. That’s when video shows Boyer strike Cox in the face and head. Police say they then found Cox unresponsive on the ground; he’s said to be in critical condition at Geisinger.
Body Of Missing Osage County Woman Found Near Skiatook
Sunday, June 16th 2019, 7:43 PM CDT Updated By: Kristen Weaver A missing woman in Skiatook was found dead Sunday evening in a creek near where her car was discovered Friday. Family confirm Laura Pace’s body was recovered just after 7 p.m. after a days long search for her across Skiatook. Laura Pace was last seen leaving the Skiatook Walmart Thursday around 1 a.m. The next day, her car was found near North 52nd West Avenue by the Hominy Creek bridge. After days of searching on land, in the water and by drone and helicopter, kayakers found a body three to four miles downstream around 5:30 Sunday night. “Kayakers, part of the volunteer search team, reported they had possibly a located a female in the water,” said Osage County Sheriff Eddie Virden.…
Chief Coury: Murder-Suicide Investigated on Spangler Drive
ZANESVILLE, Ohio – The Zanesville Police Department has updates in connection to the shooting incident Wednesday evening. Shortly after 7 p.m., ZPD received a call of shooting on 479 Spangler Drive. Chief Coury said two people were shot. Russel Flemming was discovered dead by Officers, and his wife, Hilda Flemming, was transported to Genesis Hospital …