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  • Several MLB games postponed by weather

    Weather forces the postponement of several MLB games on Sunday, including the first game of a doubleheader between the New York Yankees and Detroit Tigers.
  • Several homes damaged in Canton fire

    CANTON, Ohio — Several homes caught fire on Harriet Ave NW and 8th St. NW in  Canton on Thursday. Fire officials say the garage between two houses appears to have caught fire; then, due to the wind, the fire spread to three homes. The homes are heavily damaged; one of them may have to be torn down. Thankfully, no one was injured, but several families were displaced. There is no word yet on a cause.  When asked about a possible […]
  • Video: Several rounds of rain this week

    Rain is in the forecast for the evening commute on Tuesday and Wednesday. Get the full forecast from StormTeam 5.

  • Kate faced severe morning sickness again in pregnancy

    The duchess had to miss Prince George´s first day at school but in later months had a busy schedule of engagements.

    Mail Online
  • Selling products on Amazon severs the ties with your customers

    “My advice to anyone starting a business is to remember that someday I will crush you,” comments Jeff Bezos, sitting on his throne at Amazon HQ. Let’s be clear, Jeff Bezos never actually said those words — although some may be able to imagine it. In fact, this quote featured in a recent satirical article about Amazon’s ability to acquire businesses left, right, and center and Bezos’ growing hold on the ecommerce industry. But, the article hit home because, as proven by their recent financial...

    The Next Web
  • Andrew McCabe planning several lawsuits over his firing

    Ex-FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe plans to file lawsuits for defamation, wrongful termination and other claims, his lawyer said Friday. Attorney Michael Bromwich said McCabe’s legal team was still working out when they plan to file the suits, and that they “want these to be solid. We’ll file when we’re ready,” Axios reported. Bromwich accused...

    New York Post
  • Justice Hands Over Several Comey Memos to Congress

    The Justice Department on Thursday complied with a congressional request to send them copies of the memos that former FBI Director James Comey wrote about his interactions with President Trump, at least one of which Comey subsequently had a friend leak to the New York Times last year after his firing. The post Justice Hands Over Several Comey Memos to Congress appeared first on Washington Free Beacon.

    Washington Free Beacon
  • Yankees' Kahnle to miss several weeks with tendinitis

    NEW YORK (AP) - Yankees reliever Tommy Kahnle will be shut down for 10 days and likely miss a few weeks after being diagnosed with biceps and shoulder tendinitis. New York manager Aaron Boone revealed the diagnosis Thursday before a game against Toronto. Kahnle had an MRI this week that ...
  • Sotomayor injury 'more severe than initially believed'

    Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's shoulder injury is more severe than initially believed, the court's press office said Thursday.Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathleen Arb...

  • Yankees' Kahnle to miss several weeks with tendinitis

    Yankees reliever Tommy Kahnle will be shut down for 10 days and likely miss a few weeks after being diagnosed with biceps and shoulder tendinitis. New York manager Aaron Boone … Click to Continue

  • Kauai Struggles With Severe Flooding, With More Rain In The Forecast

    A storm dropped record rainfall on the island this past weekend. Residents are assessing the damage — and bracing for even more rain. There's a flash flood watch in place for all of Hawaii.
  • Severe weather hits South, North and Midwest

    Harsh weather in the South, North and Midwest left at least one man dead in North Carolina and thousands without power in Michigan on Sunday. The weather systems unleashed three sets of menacing conditions this weekend: thunderstorms and tornado risks in the South, more wildfire danger in Oklahoma and the southern Plains, and a blizzard in the upper Plains and Upper Midwest. Tornadoes in the South A man was killed in Greensboro, North Carolina, Sunday when a tornado tore through the city. The...

  • Weather forces several Sunday games to be postponed

    Weather has forced the postponement of three more games Sunday -- the opener of a doubleheader in Detroit between the New York Yankees and Tigers, along with a game in Cleveland between the Toronto Blue Jays and Indians?and a game in Chicago between the Cubs and the Atlanta Braves. The Tigers announced that the nightcap of the doubleheader, which is set to start at 7:10 p.m. ET, is still scheduled to be played. A makeup date for the postponed...

    ABC News
  • Capcom registers Onimusha trademarks in several countries

    Capcom may be about to revive the Onimusha franchise in some way. The publisher has been on a trademark registration spree, registering for several Onimusha trademarks in Mexico, Canada, the Philippines, Australia, and with the European Union Intellectual Property Office in Europe. The World Intellectual Property Organization (via ResetEra) has several of these recent trademarks […] The post Capcom registers Onimusha trademarks in several countries appeared first on VG247.

  • Several Injured in Multi-Vehicle Crash in Bowie

    Several people were injured in Bowie, Maryland when multiple cars crashed. News4's Derrick Ward reports.
  • Several dead as van drives into German crowd

    Police say several people have been killed after a van drives into pedestrians in city of Muenster.

    BBC News
  • Several dead in Germany after vehicle plows into crowd

    BERLIN — Police in the western German city of Muenster say a vehicle has crashed into a crowd there, killing several people and injuring others. The German news agency dpa has quoted police as saying the driver of that car in Muenster has killed himself. Police tweeted Saturday afternoon that residents should “avoid the area...

    New York Post
  • California risks severe 'whiplash' from drought to flood: scientists

    California will suffer more volatile weather this century with a “whiplash” from drought to rain and mounting risks a repeat of the devastating “Great Flood” of 1862, scientists said on Monday. Climate change, driven by man-made greenhouse gas emissions, would drive more extreme shifts between hot and dry summers and wet winters in the most populous U.S. state, they wrote in the journal Nature Climate Change. Global warming is making California and other regions with …

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