Russell Westbrook is the second player in the league to break his left hand on Friday night, following Scottie Barnes' injury in Toronto.
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Nabela thought the United Nations school in Gaza City was a safe haven. Then, the Israeli army arrived. “The soldiers were very harsh, they beat us and screamed at us in Hebrew,” said the 39-year-old from Gaza City, who spoke on condition that her last name not be used for fear of being arrested again.
Street parking was already scarce in Hoboken, New Jersey, when the death of an elderly pedestrian spurred city leaders to remove even more spaces in a bid to end traffic fatalities. For seven years now, the city of nearly 60,000 people has reported resounding success: Not a single automobile occupant, pedestrian or bicyclist has died in a traffic crash since January 2017, elevating Hoboken as a national model for roadway safety. Mayor Ravi Bhalla was a City Council member in 2015 when a van struck 89-year-old Agnes Accera as she crossed Washington Street in the bustling downtown business district.
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The final weeks of the college basketball regular season include many top-25 matchups. Here's how to catch five must-watch games this Saturday.
On March 1, 2024, CEO Andy Nemeth executed a sale of 5,000 shares of Patrick Industries Inc (NASDAQ:PATK), according to a recent SEC Filing.
Tracy Liu, a director at ACM Research Inc (NASDAQ:ACMR), sold 12,500 shares of the company on February 28, 2024, according to a recent SEC filing.
Joshua Brumm, CEO & President of Dyne Therapeutics Inc (NASDAQ:DYN), has sold 100,000 shares of the company on March 1, 2024, according to a recent SEC Filing.
Today’s generation of children might not know it, but they are already in an economic standoff with their grandparents.
A 29-year-old Norfolk County man previously believed to have been involved in the robbery of a South Coast bank had charges against him dismissed.
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Top-seeded Jessica Pegula beat Anna Blinkova 6-1, 2-6, 6-2 on Friday to advance to the semifinals of the San Diego Open. Pegula, ranked No. 5 in the world, will face Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova or Marta Kostyuk on Saturday. “Anna’s always a really tough competitor,” Pegula said.
The hit 1992 track featured a young Matthew McConaughey in its music video
OTTAWA, Ontario (AP) — Dylan Guenther scored the tiebreaking goal early in the third period, and the Arizona Coyotes beat the Ottawa Senators 5-3 on Friday night to snap a 14-game losing streak. Michael Carcone, J.J. Moser, Nick Schmaltz and Matias Maccelli also scored to help the Coyotes get their first win since Jan. 22 to end a an 0-12-2 skid. Karel Vejmelka stopped 34 shots to get his first win since Dec. 27 after going 0-8-0 in 10 appearances since. “It’s (big) for everybody,” Coyotes coach
TORONTO (AP) — Raptors star Scottie Barnes will be sidelined indefinitely after he broke the middle finger on his left hand during the first half of Friday night’s loss to Golden State. Barnes won the NBA Rookie of the Year award in 2022. A first-time All-Star this season, the 6-foot-7 forward came into Friday’s game averaging career highs of 20 points, 8.3 rebounds and 6.1 assists. Barnes was subbed out with just under two minutes to play in the second quarter and went to the locker room for tr
If an ancient prophecy is right, Michael "Barney" Chandler has just got the most important job in England. (Mar 1).
Federal officials are opening an investigation into the Oklahoma school district where a nonbinary 16-year-old high school student was in a fight before dying last month, according to a letter sent by the U.S. Department of Education on Friday. Nex Benedict, whose family says the teen was bullied at Owasso High School, died a day after the fight inside a girl's bathroom at the school. According to family, Benedict identified as nonbinary and used they/them pronouns.
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