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Gerrit Cole let up two home runs in five innings of work, as the Yankees lost to the Texas Rangers, 5-2.
Platinum is one of the first jewellery categories to reverse the downward trend caused by COVID-19, despite being a highly discretionary purchase with a relatively small market share. Today, Platinum Guild International (PGI) released the annual Platinum Jewellery Business Review (PJBR), revealing how jewellery retailers and manufacturers deployed platinum in their recovery efforts, deftly expanding platinum's customer base to increase margins and profitability and return to growth in key global markets.
The ownership of the Haslam and Edwards families and the front office listened to Crew fans by changing name from Columbus SC back to Columbus Crew.
Capitals winger Tom Wilson threw the hit of the playoffs so far, obliterating Bruins forward Curtis Lazar into his own bench.
Myanmar has been in turmoil since the army ousted Nobel Peace laureate Aung San Suu Kyi's elected government and detained her and officials of her National League for Democracy party. As of Monday, 802 people had been killed in the junta's crackdown on its opponents, according to the activist group the Assistance Association for Political Prisoners. It detailed six additional fatalities including in towns in Chin state and in districts of the main cities of Mandalay and Yangon.
Brad Marchand scored 39 seconds into overtime after teammate Taylor Hall tied the game late in regulation, and the Boston Bruins rallied to beat the Washington Capitals 4-3 Monday night, tying the East Division first-round playoff series at a game apiece. Marchand was Boston's OT hero in a game in which he made more noise for taking post-whistle penalties than producing. The Bruins' leading scorer, who ranked third in the NHL in points, looked more like himself on the one-timer he ripped past Craig Anderson in overtime.
The writers of Paramount+’s iCarly reboot have come forward to defend cast members, including Laci Mosley, from racist attacks on social media. “Hey #iCarly tweeps! I’m seeing a looooot of racist abuse being hurled at one of our stars,” wrote writer/co-producer Franchesca Ramsey, “& I’d love if you’d join me in calling it out it […]
Texas Rangers’ slugger Adolis Garcia became the fourth player in franchise history to pull off a rare feat.
Willson Contreras, Jason Heyward and Javier Báez homered off Jon Lester in his return to Chicago, and the Cubs beat the Washington Nationals 7-3 on Monday. Lester and Kyle Schwarber, two key members of Chicago's 2016 World Series championship team, heard loud cheers all night long in their first game against their former team.
YouKuai Group International ("YouKuai" or the "Company") today announces the completion of its $7.3 million A-round financing, led by TRIREC, a Singapore-based investment firm that focuses on decarbonization-related technologies and businesses globally to support, and an early investor of U.S.-based plant-based meat company Hungry Planet. Co-investors include Thibault Villet, co-founder and former CEO of Mei.com (acquired by Alibaba), as well as several ultra-high net worth individuals from China and Asia. The total funding amount of YouKuai to $8.8 million to date.
May 17—The Warrenton baseball team will be the No. 4 seed for an eight-team culminating week state tournament this week, as 3A baseball will try to determine an unofficial state champion for the shortened spring season. Warrenton will be the home team in a first round game Tuesday at 4 p.m. against Joseph. The game will be played at The Dalles High School, Bob Williams Field. Brookings-Harbor ...
May 17—The state and federal governments are funding an expansion of lighting along the Astoria Riverwalk from the Columbia River Maritime Museum to Pier 39. The Oregon Community Paths program, created to improve multiuse paths separated from vehicle traffic, will provide $844,843 —or 89.3% — of the cost to add bollard-style lights to the Riverwalk east of the museum. The city will match 10.7% ...
May 17—Throughout the Astoria Arts and Movement Center, signs remind students and instructors to wear masks at all times. Tape on the floor acts as a barrier, encouraging people to stay at least 6 feet apart from one another. With mask and social distancing mandates easing for anyone fully vaccinated against the coronavirus, the precautions will no longer be needed for many of the center's ...
May 17—The Warrenton track team qualified a busload of athletes for the upcoming 3A state meet, a one-day event scheduled for Tuesday at Legends Field in Harrisburg. The Warriors competed in the 3A District 1 championships Friday and Saturday in Clatskanie, where the Warrenton boys placed third in the team scoring behind Catlin Gabel and Westside Christian. The Lady Warriors were sixth out of ...
May 17—All nine Cal Poly starters collected hits and the Mustangs produced double-digit hits for the fourth time in the series en route to a 9-1 victory over Cal State Fullerton on Sunday afternoon inside Baggett Stadium. The win completed a four-game sweep of the Big West Conference series, the first time Cal Poly had swept the Titans since its Big West championship season in 2014. It also is ...
Jamal Sutherland, who is Black, died in January after he was pepper-sprayed and electroshocked with a taser in his jail cell.
Stay weather and traffic aware these next few days. Flash Flooding chances rise into Wednesday.
Five Mets pitchers combined to hold the Braves to one run on three hits in a 3-1 win, but all thoughts were on Kevin Pillar following a frightening incident after the outfielder was hit by a pitch in the face.
Dow Jones futures were in focus following Monday's stock market losses. Tesla stock gave up a key support level, as Bitcoin plunged.
Pinch-hitter James McCann broke a scoreless tie with a seventh-inning double, Tomás Nido had three hits and the New York Mets overcame more injuries to beat the Atlanta Braves 3-1 on Monday night. With the bases loaded in the seventh, Mets right fielder Kevin Pillar was hit square in the nose by a 95 mph pitch from Jacob Webb, forcing in a run. Pillar was knocked to the ground, and blood poured from his nose when he lifted his head.