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  • Big 12 Notebook: ‘Horns down’ on deck at Big 12 media days

    ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - So when is flashing "horns down" considered a penalty and should it always draw a flag? Greg Burks, the Big 12 coordinator official, said it depends on when and where an opposing player flashes the hand signal that is the exact opposite of the Texas Longhorns'

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  • Big businesses suffer from startup FOMO

    Startups continue to push industries and technologies forward (and sideways) regardless of fluctuations in valuation and funding. At the same time, large companies around the world are scrambling to become part of the bustling startup culture to compete against, invest in or partner with promising entrepreneurs. Basically, organizations, largely criticized for their lethargic approach to change and contention, are looking at fledgling disruptors as a means or bridge toward the type of fresh...

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  • Why Big Tech Should Not Be Viewed as a Private Business

    What we are witnessing is the deployment of a totalitarian methodology justified as the legitimate practice of a private company.
  • Cleveland EMS stays busy during heat wave

    CLEVELAND, Ohio – Cleveland EMS has stayed busy during the dangerous heat. EMS responded to 12 heat-related calls from 7 a.m. Friday to 7 a.m. Saturday. They tell FOX 8 there were also 7 calls on Thursday, totaling 19 thus far.  Seven of the calls were from senior citizens. EMS says they’re continuing to monitor calls for service. FOX 8 is checking with hospitals for more information about people who were affected Saturday.
  • Why Guzzling 12,063 Megawatts Dimmed the Big City

    Tuesday: A heat wave meant everybody was running their air-conditioners. Power had to be cut to avoid more extensive damage to its lines, Con Edison said.
  • Armed suspect in custody after being shot by police in downtown KC

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. — An armed suspect is in custody after being shot by police when they attempted to drive their vehicle at officers in downtown Kansas City. Officers were reported to be near Grand Slam Convenience at 6th and McGee just before 2 p.m. as part of an ongoing narcotics investigation. Officers were attempting to arrest the suspect whom they had made numerous narcotics purchases from. The male suspect attempted to drive toward officers vehicles, at which time his [

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  • Big 12: 'Horns Down' OK, depending on usage

    If a player quickly flashes the "Horns Down" sign after scoring a touchdown in a non-taunting manner, he likely will not be penalized, the Big 12 said.