Headlines on 2017-11-14

  • Paul Molitor Wins 2017 AL Manager of Year Award

    The Minnesota Twins' Paul Molitor was announced Tuesday as the winner of the 2017 American League Manager of the Year Award.  The Baseball Writers Association of America confirmed Molitor's win after he led the Twins to an 85-77 record and an unexpected berth in the MLB playoffs. Molitor took home 18 of a possible 30 first-place votes, with the Cleveland Indians' Terry Francona raking in 11. The Houston Astros' A.J. Hinch was the only other skipper to secure a first-place vote.  Minnesota...

    Bleacher Report
  • Gunman targets people at random in California town, kills 4

    A gunman driving stolen vehicles and choosing his targets at random opened fire "without provocation" in a tiny rural Northern California town Tuesday, killing four people and wounding at least 10 others, including a student at an elementary school, before police shot him dead, authorities...

    ABC News
  • Aly Raisman details Larry Nassar sex assault in Fierce

    A USA Gymnastics official suggested that she get treated by Dr. Nassar, saying that the registered osteopath who was a volunteer with the organization could help her sore heels and pain.

    Mail Online
  • Tuesday’s high school boys and girls basketball capsules 11.14.17

    Girls Basketball Capsules NO. 2 ARDREY KELL 44, MARVIN RIDGE 24 MR- 7-3-0-14=24 AK- 7-13-11-9=44 MR: Sara Hardwick 7, Noble Tsumas 7, Ryley Keefe 4, Ava Fox 3, Megan Glover … Click to Continue

    charlotteobserver
  • The Latest: At least 3 explosions in Zimbabwe's capital

    The Latest on Zimbabwe's political turmoil (all times local): 1:55 a.m. At least three explosions have been heard in Zimbabwe's capital as military vehicles are seen in the streets. The Associated Press has seen armed soldiers assaulting passers-by. Soldiers have been seen loading...

    ABC News
  • Man told to get rid of his 'emotional support' squirrel or face eviction

    A Florida man faces eviction from his condo over his emotional support squirrel, which he has named Brutis.

    International Business Times UK