Will the Vikings RB go over/under 103.5 rushing yards vs. Dallas in week 11?
Will the Vikings RB go over/under 103.5 rushing yards vs. Dallas in week 11?
Recent coaching hires have gone to less experienced men, creating blowback.
New York, New York--(Newsfile Corp. - December 3, 2020) - The following statement is being issued by Levi & Korsinsky, LLP:To: All persons or entities who purchased or otherwise acquired securities of K12 Inc. ("K12 ") (NYSE: LRN) between April 27, 2020 and September 18, 2020. You are hereby notified that a securities class action lawsuit has been commenced in the the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. To ...
Few music industry vets approach the level of royalty in the radio world that Andrea Ganis, Variety's Hitbreaker of the Year, inhabits. She rose through the ranks at Atlantic Records until they had to create a new title for her: president of promotion. “Atlantic was a powerhouse then as it is now, so I got […]
The Trump administration is accusing Facebook in a lawsuit of discriminating against U.S. workers in favor of foreigners with special visas to fill more than 2,600 high-paying jobs.
The latest news on COVID-19 developments in Canada (all times Eastern):3:51 p.m.Public health officials in Prince Edward Island announced one additional positive case of COVID-19 in the province Thursday.The individual is a man in his 20s, a rotational worker who recently travelled to P.E.I. from outside of the Atlantic region and has been in self-isolation since arriving.This case is not related to any of the other recent positive cases of COVID-19 in the province. P.E.I. currently has five active cases of COVID-19, and there have been 73 positive cases since the onset of the pandemic.\---2:40 p.m.Saskatchewan is announcing 259 new cases of COVID-19 and one additional death.Health officials say the person who died was in their 80s.Most of the new infections are located in and around Regina and Saskatoon.There are 104 people in hospital, with 24 people receiving intensive care.The seven-day average of new daily cases sits at 269.\---1:56 p.m.Nunavut is reporting five new cases of COVID-19 in Arviat today, bringing the community's active case count to 68.All cases in Rankin Inlet have now recovered.There are seven active cases in Whale Cove.Nunavut has 75 active cases of COVID-19 and 123 recovered cases.\---1:50 p.m.Public health officials in New Brunswick are reporting six new cases of COVID-19 in the province Thursday.There is one new case in the Moncton region, three new cases in the Saint John region and two in the Fredericton area.There are now 111 active cases in the province.New Brunswick has had a total of 520 cases and seven deaths since the pandemic began.\---1:32 p.m.Manitoba is reporting 367 new COVID-19 cases and 12 additional deaths today. The province continues to have a high rate of people testing positive — 13 per cent, on average, over the last five days.\---1:15 p.m.The Quebec government is cancelling its plan to allow gatherings over four days at Christmas.Premier Francois Legault announced today the province will no longer permit multi-household gatherings of up to 10 people between Dec. 24 and 27, as had been planned.Legault first announced the Christmas plan on Nov. 19, saying people could get together as long as they quarantined for a week before and a week after the holiday period.But with COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths on the rise and a health system deemed fragile due to a lack of staffing, Legault says it’s not realistic to think the numbers will go down sufficiently by Christmas.\---1:12 p.m.Health Canada's chief medical adviser, Dr. Supriya Sharma, says she expects to get some final documents from Pfizer on Friday that will provide information on the manufacturing process and which lots of vaccine doses will be sent to Canada.That is the final thing needed before Canada can approve the vaccine.Dr. Howard Njoo, the deputy chief public health officer, says he fully expects the decision to be "favourable."\---12:45 p.m.Moderna's vaccine is to be delivered to one site in Canada rather than to each province and Canadian logistics will then distribute it to the provinces as required.\---12:30 p.m.Deputy chief public health officer Dr. Howard Njoo says while initial supplies of vaccines will limit vaccinations to three million people, there will eventually be a COVID-19 vaccine for every Canadian.Pfizer's vaccine is expected to start being delivered first in January, and will be sent by the manufacturer to predetermined points in each province.\---12:05 p.m.Nova Scotia is reporting 11 new cases of COVID-19 today.The number of active cases in the province s now stands at 119, that's down from the 127 cases reported on Wednesday.Nine of the new cases are in the central health zone, which includes Halifax, while the other two cases are in the northern zone.The province has had a total of 1,342 cases, while 1,159 are resolved and there have been 65 deaths.\---11:12 a.m.The Quebec government is reporting 1,470 new cases of COVID-19 and 30 additional deaths linked to the pandemic.Twelve of the deaths occurred in the last 24 hours, while the rest happened earlier.Hospitalizations declined by three to 737, while the number of people in intensive care remained unchanged at 99.There have been a total of 146,532 cases and 7,155 deaths in the province since the pandemic began.\--11 a.m.Ontario is reporting 1,824 new cases of COVID-19, and 14 new deaths due to the virus.Health Minister Christine Elliott says there are 592 new cases in Peel Region, 396 cases in Toronto, and 187 cases in York Region.The province says it has conducted 52,873 tests since the last daily report.In total, 666 people are hospitalized in Ontario due to COVID-19, including 195 in intensive care.\--This report by The Canadian Press was first published Dec 3, 2020.The Canadian Press
The three major indices rose after data showed new weekly jobless claims fell more than expected last week, even as businesses contended with myriad new stay-in-place measures as COVID-19 cases spiked.
Chilean lawmakers on Thursday approved a second withdrawal from pension funds for citizens struggling to make ends meet during the coronavirus pandemic. The bill, which now goes to a final Senate vote due to take place on Thursday evening, would allow for another 10% withdrawal from Chile's privately managed pension funds. The bill was introduced by conservative President Sebastian Pinera's government two weeks ago to head off a more comprehensive proposal by opposition lawmakers and won early approval in the Senate last week.
The Walking Dead spin-off lives to have another season.
While most of us want to turn back the clock (even JLo), David Beckham is thinking differently.
The Mooresville-based company debuted Lowe’s Tool Rental in August at Charlotte’s South End.
Billie Lourd’s L.A. estate has become the scene of a crime investigation. On Wednesday, the Los Angeles Police Department was called to the Beverly Hills compound — currently under construction as the actress combines the abutting homes of her late mother, Carrie Fisher, and grandmother Debbie Reynolds — for a dispute involving a worker and in which a gunshot was fired
A routine vessel safety check by state fish and wildlife officers in the Florida Keys turned up a boat that was stolen from Fort Lauderdale more than a year ago.
The Department of Justice has filed a lawsuit against Facebook over its hiring practices for foreign workers.
Sitting apart but united in melody, Arsenal supporters restored a semblance of normality to an English stadium.
A Christmas lawn display featuring two talking Christmas trees went wildly viral on TikTok after user Brielle Faith shared a video of the outrageous decor. The clip, which has been viewed over 19.5M times, depicts a suburban home’s decked-out holiday light show, which is centered around two brightly lit and very opinionated Christmas trees. You see, unlike most seasonal decorations, these two trees loudly bicker with each other, with the larger tree asserting that the smaller tree is ruining the rest of the home’s coordinated light show by either starting it too early or by using the wrong colored lights.
Oregon's mistakes and costly turnovers on offense are perplexing for thirdyear coach Mario Cristobal, because it just hasn't been this way in recent seasons.
The Boeing (NYSE: BA) 737 MAX is flying again, and it's giving a lift to the stocks of Boeing suppliers, including Spirit AeroSystems Holdings (NYSE: SPR) and Triumph Group (NYSE: TGI) as well. Shares of both companies rose as much as 10% on Thursday after Boeing got its first major order for the plane in nearly two years. The 737 MAX was grounded in March 2019 after a pair of fatal accidents, and both Boeing and its suppliers have suffered in the months since.
Toronto, Ontario--(Newsfile Corp. - December 3, 2020) - Appia Energy Corp. (CSE: API) (OTCQB: APAAF) (FSE: A0I.F) (FSE: A0I.MU) (FSE: A0I.BE) (the "Company" or "Appia") is pleased to announce that it will be closing a non-brokered private placement (the "Offering") of 1,000,000 flow-through units (the "FT Units") at $0.40 per FT Unit for proceeds of $400,000 on December 4, 2020.Each FT Unit is priced at $0.40 and consists of one (1) common share and one-half (0.5) of ...
The Thornhill Volunteer Fire Department responded to a semi truck engine fire on Hwy 16 Thursday morning. “The engine compartment had caught fire, the owner-operator had put a couple extinguishers on it, was unable to get it under control and then we responded to facilitate the full extinguishment of the engine compartment,” said Rick Boehm, fire chief. The fire did not extend into the cab. Boehm said the owner-operator suffered a minor, small burn to a finger during extinguishment. The fire department used a compressed air and foam solution to put out the fire and placed absorbent socks on the road to collect any potential oils, which will be collected by the end of the day (Dec. 3). Hwy 16 did not need to be closed except for during the time the fire was being extinguished. The semi was parked safely on the wide shoulder of the highway clear of the roadway and had to be towed. The Terrace Fire Department responded to a similar situation Thursday, Nov. 26, when a semi truck engine caught fire on Hwy 16 in Terrace.Ben Bogstie, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, The Interior News
No spectators will be allowed at the Rose Bowl for the College Football Playoff semifinal on Jan. 1 because of COVID-19 restrictions imposed by the state, county and city of Pasadena. The Tournament of Roses said Thursday that it requested special permission to allow for a limited number of spectators or a select number of guests of players and coaches at the 90,888-seat stadium but was denied. Los Angeles County is under a stay-home order that took effect this week and runs through mid-December.