The Grizzlies star hasn't played since March 3.
Ivan Prieto Gonzalez was the bullpen catch for the Cuban baseball team during the World Baseball Classic.
The 5-man from Yukon, Oklahoma redshirted in 2021-22 then played just 10 minutes this past season because of a shoulder injury.
Innovations in technology continue to be the key driver of the rapid growth of the solar industry, and now, the industry has entered a new era in which large-size modules are becoming increasingly dominant. An increasingly extensive lineup of application solutions and technological advances have led to a continued decline in the levelized cost of energy (LCOE), making the large-size modules the preferred choice of customers, with modules made of 210mm and 182mm solar cells serving as prime examp
The two big events bring thousands of people across the community together. Hotels and restaurants are already booking up, with about 75,000 fans expected to travel to the Houston area for the Final Four.
A closer look at the thin blue line after Conservative Leader Pierre Poilievre criticized over sharing thin blue line to commemorate fallen Edmonton officers
This new three-round mock draft is pretty unique for the Steelers.
A potential government ban on TikTok will once again be in focus this week as the company’s CEO, Shou Zi Chew, will testify before Congress on Thursday. Steve Pavlick, Renaissance Macro Research Head of Policy, notes there are several ways TikTok usage could be tailored by the U.S. government. One solution would be spearheaded by the Commerce Department, which could ban the use of TikTok in the U.S through restricting app downloads and limiting its role in commerce, Pavlick wrote recently. The Committee on Foreign Investment in the U.S. (CFIUS), would lead the other charge. Regardless of the path to the limitations, Pavlick believes TikTok, which just eclipsed 150 million monthly active users, should be banned in the U.S. Social media stocks have popped on such speculation over the past month. Shares of Meta (META), Snap (SNAP) and Pinterest (PINS) have all risen over the last several weeks as the notion of banning TikTok has gained bipartisan support. In the video above, Pavlick joins Yahoo Finance's Dave Briggs and Seana Smith to explain why he believes TikTok should be banned. Key video moments: 0:00:05 - The case for a ban
CBS13 has learned that Jordan Piper has pleaded guilty to sexually exploiting an underage girl months before his son Roman Lopez was found dead in the basement of a Placerville home. Federal prosecutors revealed that Piper secretly recorded the girl in the family's bathroom when they resided in Groveland, collecting videos and over 400 explicit pictures while also sending her inappropriate texts. He is still facing murder and child abuse charges in Roman's 2020 death.
Dr. Maxie Collier honored for his contributions to mental health
"If you just look at the advanced stats for Jalen Williams vs. Paolo Banchero, Jalen outshines him in nearly every advanced stats."
Lawyer Robert Costello testified at the request of the Trump legal team and said a key prosecution witness is unreliable.
Think Meta, a coaching and educational company, has released a new book authored by CEO Misha Saidov titled "Efficiency Journal." This book is designed to be a helpful guide and workbook for individuals who are looking to achieve success in business, improve themselves, stay motivated, and minimize distractions. It is meant to be used as a coaching companion tool and includes a variety of exercises and readings for the reader to complete.
Mar. 20—A "horrific case of abuse" of a developmentally disabled individual who suffered severe and life-threatening injuries has prompted an internal investigation of two divisions under the state Department of Health that oversee providers who care for people with disabilities. The state also plans to conduct in-person wellness checks on each of the more than 6,600 people receiving services ...
U.S. construction materials firm Vulcan Materials Co said on Monday that Mexican security forces illegally took possession last week of its port terminal in southern Mexico, as an extended legal battle over its nearby limestone mining activities plays out. The incident took place last Tuesday night at the terminal in the popular tourist hub of Playa del Carmen, and follows a five-year fight with the government over Vulcan's concessions punctuated by sharp criticism from the country's president last year. Vulcan, which markets crushed stone as well as asphalt and ready-mixed concrete, said in a statement on Sunday that workers from Mexican cement company Cemex accompanied the security forces last week as part of the takeover of their port terminal.
The two-time champion is excited to join the Dawg Pound.
Mar. 20—Sky Coffee in the Railyard went cashless March 11 after a string of break-ins. All transaction are now card-only, owner Bill Banowsky said. "We were just getting barraged by crime in that location," Banowsky said. "We are going cashless to hopefully stop the crime." Sky Coffee general manager Lili Sheehy said during business hours, people would steal from the tip jar, and after hours, ...
Mar. 20—Child care and students will be a focus at the Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce's annual Santa Fe Business Expo and Career Resource Fair, taking place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. April 20 at the Santa Fe Community Convention Center. The expo, free for attendees, expects to have more than 1,000 jobs available from more than 100 local businesses and government agencies taking part, said Kristi ...