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  • College Football Playoff Jan 14

    Burrow, LSU Cap Magical Season, Beat Clemson 42-25 for Title

    From small-town Ohio kid to Louisiana Legend, Joe Burrow capped his record-breaking, Heisman-winning season by bringing a national championship to LSU.

  • Donald Trump May 6, 2019

    Trump Wants to Restore Waiver for Service Academy Athletes

    President Donald Trump said Monday he is looking into offering a waiver that would allow athletes attending the nation’s military academies to play professional sports immediately upon graduation. Trump made the announcement Monday while presenting the Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy to the U.S. Military Academy football team during a Rose Garden ceremony. The Army Black Knights completed an 11-2 season, including wins...

  • NBC Apr 27, 2019

    Dolphins Acquire QB Josh Rosen in Deal With Arizona

    Josh Rosen will reboot by trying to help the Miami Dolphins rebuild.

  • NBC Apr 26, 2019

    Dolphins Pick Clemson DT Christian Wilkins in First Round of NFL Draft

    Defensive tackle Christian Wilkins has been acquired by the Miami Dolphins from Clemson University as the 13th pick of the first round of the NFL draft.

  • Ohio Apr 6, 2019

    Ex-Sen. Ernest ‘Fritz’ Hollings of South Carolina Dies at 97

    Ernest F. “Fritz” Hollings, the silver-haired Democrat who helped shepherd South Carolina through desegregation as governor and went on to serve six terms in the U.S. Senate, has died. He was 97. Family spokesman Andy Brack, who also served at times for Hollings as spokesman during his Senate career, said Hollings died at his home on the Isle of Palms...

  • Governor Feb 17, 2019

    Storm-Lashed South Carolina Reassesses Global Warming

    When he took the job 15 years ago, Horry County Emergency Manager Randy Webster figured his biggest disasters would be wind and surge rolling over his county’s beaches, South Carolina’s top tourist destination....
    Instead, his worries have shifted inland, where rivers overflowing their banks have caused two massive floods in three years. “We’re getting into this sort of unknown territory,” Webster...

  • director Feb 16, 2019

    Climate Change Means More Floods, Great and Localized

    When he took the job 15 years ago, Horry County Emergency Manager Randy Webster figured his biggest disasters would be wind and surge rolling over his county’s beaches, South Carolina’s top tourist destination. Instead, his worries have shifted inland, where rivers overflowing their banks have caused two massive floods in three years. “We’re getting into this sort of unknown territory,”...

  • California Aug 27, 2018

    Plastic Straws? Cigarette Butts Are Bigger Source of Ocean Trash, Advocates Say

    As coastal cities ban plastic straws and California and Hawaii consider following suit, activists are trying to raise awareness about cigarette butts, a much greater source of ocean pollution, NBC News reported. The filters have been the most-collected item on the world’s beaches for 32 consecutive years of the Ocean Conservancy’s annual beach cleanup, more than plastic wrappers, eating utensils,...

  • Facebook Aug 15, 2018

    Rising Concern? After Straws, Balloons Get More Scrutiny

    Now that plastic straws may be headed for extinction, could Americans’ love of balloons be deflated? The joyous celebration of releasing balloons into the air has long bothered environmentalists, who say the pieces that fall back to earth can be deadly to seabirds and turtles that eat them. So as companies vow to banish plastic straws, there are signs balloons...

  • golf Jun 4, 2018

    49ers Great Dwight Clark Dies at 61 After Battle With ALS

    Former 49ers receiver Dwight Clark, known for “The Catch,” died Monday after his battle with ALS. He was 61.

  • judge Jun 28, 2017

    Big Delivery: South Carolina Mom Gives Birth to 14.4-Pound Boy

    A South Carolina couple is looking for some bigger baby clothes after their son was born at a whopping 14.4 pounds. WLTX-TV reports that Colin Austin Keisler was born by cesarean section at a hospital in Lexington. The baby is healthy, but his mother, Cindy Richmond, says they had to send her mother home for some bigger clothes because Colin...

  • director Jun 27, 2017

    Decenas de personas evacuadas por incendio al centro de SA

    Winter weather continues to cause problems across the country. Heavy snow has caused treacherous driving conditions in the Midwest, while in the East ice knocked down power lines and trees. Up to a foot of snow has fallen in Wisconsin and Minnesota, making driving is a challenge. In Chicago, icicles falling from one of the city’s skyscrapers posed a threat....

  • Arizona May 20, 2017

    Harvard Student Submits Rap Album as His Senior Thesis

    While other Harvard University students were writing papers for their senior theses, Obasi Shaw was busy rapping his. Shaw is the first student in Harvard’s history to submit a rap album as a senior thesis in the English Department, the university said. The album, called “Liminal Minds,” has earned the equivalent of an A-minus grade, good enough to guarantee that...

  • director Sep 6, 2016

    Future Climate Change Field Test Doesn’t Make Earth Greener

    In the course of a 17-year experiment on more than 1 million plants, scientists put future global warming to a real world test — growing California flowers and grasslands with extra heat, carbon dioxide and nitrogen to mimic a not-so-distant, hotter future. The results, simulating a post-2050 world, aren’t pretty. And they contradict those who insist that because plants like...

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