- SportsDetroit Free Press
Detroit Lions CB Jerry Jacobs returned to practice for the first time since tearing his ACL Dec. 12, about a month before Jameson Williams' injury
Wearing her natural texture used to give her anxiety — here's how she turned things around.
- U.S.USA TODAY
Drug officials said the synthetic opioid was found wrapped in package, covered with black tape next to Lego blocks.
- LifestyleHouse Beautiful
Danish-modern just got an update! From sofas to coffee tables, Parachute is ready to outfit your entire living room.
- SportsProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Buccaneers edge rusher Shaq Barrett gave the Chiefs some significant bulletin-board material last week. He told reporters that he didn’t see much difference in Kansas City’s offensive line from 2020 to now and that the Bucs had an opportunity to dominate the game with a sort of coming out party. As we know by now, [more]
Goldman Sachs boosted its third-quarter GDP growth estimate by a full percentage point, to 1.9% from 0.9%, on Wednesday after a series of economic indicators exceeded expectations. The broker in a note cited the "above potential" September increase in private-sector employment, reflected in payroll processor ADP's National Employment index, and the narrowing trade deficit in August, which was "stronger than our previous expectations," wrote a team led by Jan Hatzius, Goldman's chief economist.
- U.S.USA TODAY
FEMA will activate programs for temporary housing for those affected by Hurricane Ian, the administrator announced while traveling with Biden.
- LifestyleBetter Homes & Gardens
Make the holiday extra spooky with these larger-than-life Halloween decorations.
The chief executive of Chilean miner Antofagasta Plc, Ivan Arriagada, voiced concern on Wednesday that a more recessionary environment could depress copper prices, adding he expects any global downturn to be temporary. Chile is the world's largest copper producer, and earlier on Wednesday the government cut its 2023 average price estimate to $3.62 per pound, from a previous estimate of $3.92 last July. "The trajectory followed by copper prices in a more recessionary context is a cause for conc
- BusinessThe Columbus Dispatch
Violet Township is seeking the renewal of a five-year, 0.2-mill operating levy for the Pickerington Senior Center.
- SportsMiami Herald
Teddy Bridgewater has experienced it all when it comes to preparing as a quarterback.
- SportsBoxing Junkie
The fight between Chris Eubank Jr. and Conor Benn on Saturday in London is in jeopardy after Benn failed drug test.
- U.S.Miami Herald
The deputy was helping local police serve a search warrant, the sheriff’s office said.
- BusinessThe Spectrum
Despite near-record demand for new housing, asking prices for homes in St. George fell slightly in September, although they rose in Cedar City.
- SportsAssociated Press
The owner of a sports memorabilia auction house says he has offered $2 million to the fan who caught Aaron Judge's American League-record 62nd home run. JP Cohen, president of Memory Lane Inc. in Tustin, California, told The Associated Press on Wednesday that he has texted and emailed Cory Youmans, the man who caught Judge's milestone shot Tuesday night at Globe Life Field in Arlington, Texas. Cohen says Youmans has not yet replied.
- SportsYahoo Sports
Sasha Yodashkin is here with everything you need to know about Yahoo Daily Fantasy Hockey contests heading into the new NHL season.
- U.S.The News-Herald, Willoughby, Ohio
Oct. 5—Trunk or Treat will be hosted behind Euclid City Hall where citizens can decorate their vehicle trunks in spooky Halloween decoration and dispense candy to the children that come by. The event will take place from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Oct. 28. Those who register will be charged with decorating the trunk of their vehicle and handing out candy to the children that pass by. "One thing that ...
- U.S.The Times, Gainesville, Ga.
Oct. 5—Hall County high schoolers interested in farming have a new toy to play with. Last week, Kubota Manufacturing of America donated a $100,000 excavator for a program that allows high schoolers to gain hands-on experience operating large farm and construction equipment. The program, Trades in Training Large Equipment, is offered through Lanier College and Career Academy, the epicenter of ...
The S&P 500's strong start to October was just the beginning of a rally that should last through the end of the year, according to JPMorgan technical analyst Jason Hunter.
- SportsFresno Bee
More than 700 cities were vying for a visit from the Savannah Bananas. Fresno was one of just 32 chosen.
- LifestyleThe Times, Gainesville, Ga.
Oct. 5—Editor's note: This story previously published in the October 2022 edition of Flight Magazine, a publication of The Times. Once a hotbed for gold mining, visitors to Dahlonega often uncover a resource that's just as valuable in its own right and available by the glass. Nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Dahlonega is home to eight wineries and a dozen tasting rooms, ...
- U.S.The News-Herald, Willoughby, Ohio
Oct. 5—After lengthy discussions at the last three meetings and a work session, Mentor City Council has passed an ordinance requiring permits for the removal of street tree species defined as undesirable, including the American Sweetgum. The ordinance, which was amended to limit the number of permits allowed for removal to 15 per calendar year, was passed by a 5-2 vote. Those residents who are ...
- WorldABC News
White House 'disappointed' with OPEC+ decision to cut oil production, will release more from US reserves
The White House on Wednesday expressed disappointment following the announcement from OPEC+ that it would cut two million barrels per day from its production quotas beginning in November. The decision from the OPEC+ alliance is likely a response to dropping prices amid recession fears. Oil prices currently hover around approximately $80 per barrel, down from the $100-plus cost it hit during late spring and early summer.
- U.S.Dayton Daily News, Ohio
Oct. 5—Two legal professionals with decades of experience are vying to become the next Montgomery County Juvenile Court judge. Steve Abshire, a local attorney, and Julie Bruns, a magistrate with the juvenile court, both said they believe their experience in juvenile law and commitment to protecting the residents of Montgomery County make them the best choice for the job. The winner of ...
- U.S.Dayton Daily News, Ohio
Oct. 5—Republican state Rep. Phil Plummer easily defeated Democratic challenger Leronda Jackson when they squared off two years ago, but their rematch next month could be a different story because of redrawn district lines. Plummer, R-Dayton, and Jackson are vying to represent the newly redrawn 39th Ohio House District, which covers large sections of west and northwestern Montgomery County. ...
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Elon Musk hinted at the creation of an “everything app” shortly after once again offering to buy Twitter for $44 billion. The world’s richest man, 51, first sought to buy the microblogging platform for said price in April. On Monday, the Tesla chief made the U-turn in a letter sent by his lawyer to Twitter’s legal team.
- LifestyleUSA TODAY
Get ahead of the Black Friday shopping rush by checking out Wayfair's collection of home furniture, bedding and more in time for Prime Day.
- U.S.The Guardian
President takes helicopter ride to see recovery efforts a day after governor said ‘national regime media’ wanted Florida to suffer
- U.S.NBC News
President Joe Biden visited Florida on Wednesday to survey the damage caused by Hurricane Ian, his second storm-related trip this week.
- BusinessDefense News
The Army's top general said the service finished fiscal 2022 with around 465,600 active duty troops.
- PoliticsThe New York Times
WASHINGTON — She has called him a “moron.” He has mused publicly — purely in jest, his aides later insisted — about wanting to hit her with the oversized wooden gavel used to keep order in the House. Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times The relationship between Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the man who is most likely to succeed her should Republicans win control of the House in next month’s elections is barely civil. And as the moment of the possible succession draws closer, she
These are the best alien movies of all time and in order, including scary horror movies and sci-fi, on Netflix, HBO Max, Hulu, Amazon Prime.
- WorldThe New York Times
WASHINGTON — U.S. intelligence agencies believe parts of the Ukrainian government authorized the car bomb attack near Moscow in August that killed Daria Dugina, daughter of a prominent Russian nationalist, an element of a covert campaign that U.S. officials fear could widen the conflict. The United States took no part in the attack, either by providing intelligence or other assistance, officials said. U.S. officials also said they were not aware of the operation ahead of time and would have oppo
- SportsNBC Sports BayArea
Where will Aaron Judge suit up next season? ESPN's Buster Olney believes there's a chance he ends up in San Francisco.
- WorldAssociated Press
President Joe Biden has hit back at Iran over the government’s brutal crackdown on antigovernment protests. He’s praised the “brave women of Iran” for demanding basic rights and signaled that he'll announce more sanctions against those responsible for violence against protesters in the coming days. The outpouring of anger — largely led by young women and directed at the government's male leadership — has created a seminal moment for the country, spurring some of the largest and boldest protests
- BusinessDayton Daily News, Ohio
Oct. 5—RIVERSIDE — A national restaurant chain popular in the Dayton area has plans for a new site in Riverside. Land at 4215 Linden Ave., just east of Woodman Drive, has been sold, and a Chipotle Mexican Grill is proposed there, records show. Riverside's planning commission has approved a site plan for the restaurant. The site of a former car wash has a 1,152 square foot, two-story building, ...
‘Great franchise’: Jim Cramer and other Wall Street experts say the panic over Credit Suisse is highly overblown — why now might be an opportune time to jump in
The banking giant may not collapse after all. Take advantage?
- SportsNBC Sports Chicago
It's easy to critique Justin Fields for not hitting a wide-open Darnell Mooney against the Giants. But he was just doing as he was told.