Rob's Weather Forecast Part 1 10pm 12-01-22
Rob's Weather Forecast Part 1 10pm 12-01-22
Nick Sirianni answered questions about Rocky, Santa Claus and even which of his players on the Philadelphia Eagles he’d want to date his 5-year-old daughter when she grows up. The circus atmosphere that kicks off the NFL’s biggest week returned Monday for the first time since 2020. Sirianni and the Eagles took the stage first at Footprint Center, home of the Phoenix Suns.
An evacuation order is in place for anyone within a one-mile (1.6km) radius of the site in Ohio.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has ordered his military to expand its combat exercises and strengthen war preparedness as he looks to escalate an already provocative run in weapons demonstrations in the face of deepening tensions with its neighbors and Washington.
Chinese stocks have rebounded as easing Covid curbs revive economic hopes, but U.S.-China tensions are a concern. E-commerce, solar and EV stocks are among the 5 best.
The singer shared a clip of her son making an impromptu visit to the set of Australian Idol, where he didn't seem too impressed with the proceedings
Nicolas Claxton (Brooklyn Nets) with a dunk vs the LA Clippers, 02/06/2023
Here's a look at highlights from Monday local high school action from Fall River teams.
Kirill Kaprizov (Minnesota Wild) with a Goal vs. Arizona Coyotes, 02/06/2023
The new Anatara hotel sets Nice, France, up as a major luxury player in France's Côte d'Azur.
The Bucks start a three-game western road trip and try to extend a seven-game winning streak tonight. Get live updates from Portland.
Mika Zibanejad (New York Rangers) with a Goal vs. Calgary Flames, 02/06/2023
Thunder TV analyst Michael Cage shares memories of facing his hero, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.
There was word in January that the Titans planned to hire Commanders defensive backs coach Chris Harris as their defensive pass game coordinator, but interest from other teams in Harris’ services keep getting in the way of the deal becoming official. Harris interviewed for the 49ers’ defensive coordinator job after DeMeco Ryans left to become [more]
Twitter, Google's YouTube, Meta Platform's Facebook, Microsoft's LinkedIn and TikTok are not doing enough to remove fake news from their platforms, raising doubts about their ability to comply with new EU online content rules, activist NGO Avaaz said on Tuesday. The companies are due to present reports this week on the measures they have taken to comply with the updated EU code of practice on disinformation which is linked to the online content rules known as the Digital Services Act (DSA) that came into force last November.
John Gibson (Anaheim Ducks) with a Spectacular Goalie Save vs. Dallas Stars, 02/06/2023
Feb. 6—Liberty Lake politicians this month could change city law to reduce the authority of the library board, a five-member group of appointed volunteers that sets policy and has the final say over which books belong on the shelves. During the City Council's Jan. 17 meeting, council members Wendy Van Orman, Chris Cargill, Jed Spencer and Phil Folyer voted to have staff draft an amendment to ...
Feb. 6—A Canadian mining company says it found an estimated $3 billion gold deposit near Republic, Washington, a historic mining community that lost its last working mine about five years ago. Calibre Mining Corp. reported late last month that it believes property it owns 3 miles northwest of Republic in Ferry County contains 2 million ounces of gold, based on an analysis of recent drilling at ...
Feb. 6—A man was arrested Saturday at the Trent Resource and Assistance Shelter after he allegedly cut another man's face when the victim asked him to stop making discriminatory remarks, according to court documents. Michael J. Kegley, 49, was arrested on suspicion of first-degree assault at the homeless shelter, 4320 E. Trent Ave. According to court documents, a man three beds away overheard ...
The 10-year-old boy was killed when his home was targeted in a drive-by shooting Sunday evening. The suspect in the shooting has been arrested.
Feb. 6—Fog and drizzle, leading to the deployment of a handful of umbrellas, didn't stop 190 cross-country skiers from competing in the annual Langlauf race on Mount Spokane, Sunday. "It was kind of an interesting weather day. With the fog and the snow and the mist there were a few umbrellas around," said Tim Ray, the race director. "It was a challenge for the waxing so a lot of people were ...