Killian Hayes (Detroit Pistons) with a 3-pointer vs the Dallas Mavericks, 12/01/2022
Jalen Duren (Detroit Pistons) with an alley oop vs the Dallas Mavericks, 12/01/2022
Tim Hardaway Jr. (Dallas Mavericks) with an and one vs the Detroit Pistons, 12/01/2022
Team Canada’s World Cup run has come to an end after a 2-1 loss against Morroco. Despite the record of straight losses, the future looks bright for the team as Canada prepares to host the World Cup in 2026.
False reports of violence schools across Triad
The chance for rain this weekend comes as the California International Marathon is expected to draw thousands of people to Sacramento. Event organizers are already setting up for the big race, and they are preparing in case of some rain showers. "We try to do a little bit more tenting," said Executive Director Scott Abbott. "Obviously, we're preparing for more discarded clothing. We partnered with Goodwill Industries. They pick up a lot of our discarded clothes from our runners that they discard in their first couple miles of the race."
STORY: In Qatar, overjoyed Japan fans spilled out of Khalifa International stadium in song and dance. Celebrations continued outside the stadium with Japanese flags, face paint and samurai outfits.In Tokyo, some fans chanted at Tokyo's iconic Shibuya crossing, while some cheered with excitement in a bar after Japan's victory.Spain also advanced to the last 16, beating out Germany on goal difference, but Spain supporters were mostly deflated as they left with just four points from the group stage.
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Polk County Supervisors question Alleman annexation
Two Centerville high school employees placed on leave
Inside the Assistance League of Phoenix on Thursday, sewing machines were humming as volunteers took on a very special task.
Watch the Game Highlights from Delaware Blue Coats vs. Raptors 905, 12/01/2022
STORY: "How we can elevate competitiveness is the key area of discussion," Uchida said during a Zoom interview with Reuters, sitting in front of Nissan's Ariya electric crossover vehicle.Nissan is considering taking a stake in a new electric car unit, called Ampere, that Renault is looking to carve out. Sources previously told Reuters the carmakers are readying plans to announce a potential restructured alliance this month.Uchida also commented on the economic headwinds facing the automotive industry, saying "looking forward to 2023, still there will be a lot of challenges that we will encounter, especially on the supply chain situation."Turning the discussion to electrification of the automotive industry, Nissan is looking to build on the sold-out success it has had with the launch of the Sakura electric car in Japan, Uchida said."You will start to see the market acceptance of electrified vehicles gradually (increasing). And this is a strategy that we would like to take not only for Japan, but also other core markets," he said.
The results are in – women are making history in California after the November election. West Sacramento's city council will be made up of all women for the first time, according to the city. The city council will soon be the only all-female council in the Sacramento region and one of six women-only councils in the state, according to the League of California Cities. "I am filled with pride to serve as Mayor at a time when the people of West Sacramento elected an all-women-led city council,” Mayor Martha Guerrero said in a statement on Thursday. Learn more: http://www.kcra.com/article/west-sacramento-historic-all-female-city-council-elected/42115857
Officials at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard said the facility's resiliency projects will be adapted to meet certain challenges posed by rising water.
As Sacramento's homeless population rises across the city and county, leaders say they have reached an agreement that outlines how each entity will address the unhoused. The agreement between the city and county announced on Thursday comes in response to voters giving the likely approval to Measure O during the November election. Measure O makes it illegal for four or more people to camp out on public or private property in the city. It also relies on the city and county to agree on a partnership to provide services to the unhoused. Learn more: https://www.kcra.com/article/sacramento-city-county-leaders-announce-partnership-address-homelessness/42122734
Tinker Air Force Base could be adding to its fleet
Watch the Game Highlights from Westchester Knicks vs. College Park Skyhawks, 12/01/2022
As meteorological winter kicks off, snow squalls blew through parts of New Hampshire.
Golfer accused of biting man’s nose off