Headlines on 2018-1-12

  • Talking Horses: Topper Thornton in line to give Harry Bannister more success

    After his recent Sussex National win aboard Vinnie Lewis, the jockey has another chance of victory in a marathon handicap – Warwick’s Classic Chase Harry Bannister gets another chance in a marathon handicap when he takes the ride aboard Topper Thornton (3.35) in Warwick’s Classic Chase only six days after his Sussex National success aboard Vinnie Lewis. Now having his third start since joining Alex Hales from Ireland, this chestnut has potential on his present mark but found a way to get beaten...

    the Guardian
  • No. 4 Michigan St, Michigan to meet for only scheduled game

    EAST LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Tom Izzo dislikes Michigan and doesn't hide it. John Beilein, meanwhile, can't work up the same emotions for Michigan State. "He doesn't like us," Beilein said Friday. "I'm not a hater." Both coaches, though, are not fond of the unfriendly rivals having only one scheduled ...

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Danny Miller explains rude hand gesture on Loose Women

    The Emmerdale actor brought the drama to Loose Women on Friday after fans went wild when he appeared to jokingly make a rude hand gesture when Keith Lemon took over the stage.

    Mail Online
  • WATCH: 20-year-old claims $451 million jackpot, hopes to 'do some good for humanity'

    Shane Missler, 20, of Port Richey, claimed the prize.

    ABC News
  • US review shows pesticides harm threatened salmon, whales

    WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal scientists have determined that a family of widely used pesticides poses a threat to dozens of endangered and threatened species, including Pacific salmon, Atlantic sturgeon and Puget Sound orcas....

    hosted.ap.org
  • Column: What's the worst sports city in America?

    ATLANTA (AP) -- It was a question that came up again this week when Atlanta played host to Georgia's overtime loss to Alabama in the national championship game , complete with the squandering of a double-digit lead....

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