Ian is powering-down

At landfall, Wednesday afternoon, Hurricane Ian slammed into Florida’s Gulf coast with winds of 150 mph! As of 8 PM Wednesday evening, the hurricane was centered over the central part of the Florida peninsula. Winds were clocked at 115 mph as of the latest advisory. Of course, that’s still very powerful as Ian spreads impacts… Continue reading Ian is powering-down

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Yankees Notebook: Aaron Judge plays in 49th straight game, Anthony Rizzo steps into assistant manager role

TORONTO — It took about a minute. After the Yankees clinched the American league East title Tuesday night, Aaron Judge made it clear he wanted to play the next day. And Aaron Boone said “OK.” Judge played for the 49th straight game Wednesday as he continued his pursuit of the American League single-season home run record.… Continue reading Yankees Notebook: Aaron Judge plays in 49th straight game, Anthony Rizzo steps into assistant manager role

Alzheimer’s drug slows progression of cognitive decline in clinical trial, drugmakers say

(CNN/WHDH) — A monoclonal antibody treatment for Alzheimer’s disease called lecanemab slows the progression of cognitive decline by 27% compared with a placebo, drugmakers Biogen and Eisai said Tuesday. The drug, tested in a Phase 3 global clinical trial, also met all secondary endpoints, showing “target engagement” with reduced amyloid levels — a protein that… Continue reading Alzheimer’s drug slows progression of cognitive decline in clinical trial, drugmakers say

Denver’s protection retains Broncos afloat as Wilson settles in

ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) — The protection has lengthy performed the heavy lifting in Denver regardless of who’s the Broncos quarterback, and up to now it’s not completely different with Russell Wilson beneath middle. The Broncos’ new $245 million man has struggled to discover a foothold in Nathaniel Hackett’s West Coast offense. Wilson is off to… Continue reading Denver’s protection retains Broncos afloat as Wilson settles in

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Arraignment Postponed in Alleged City Heights DUI That Killed Toddler

Annaleeh Rodarte. Photo credit: GoFundMe An arraignment was postponed Wednesday for a man accused of driving under the influence, fatally striking a toddler in City Heights, then fleeing the scene. Margarito Vargas Angeles, 45, was arrested Saturday evening, almost three hours after the traffic fatality that killed Annaleeh Rodarte, who family members said was about… Continue reading Arraignment Postponed in Alleged City Heights DUI That Killed Toddler

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Starling Marte’s return is ‘not imminent’ as the Mets head to Atlanta

The hope for injured Mets outfielder Starling Marte was that he would be available for the upcoming series in Atlanta against the Braves. But his timeline still remains unclear and manager Buck Showalter said his return is “not imminent.” Marte was placed on the 10-day injured list Sept. 10 (retroactive to Sept. 7) with a… Continue reading Starling Marte’s return is ‘not imminent’ as the Mets head to Atlanta

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Karina Hernandez Melchor Pronounced Dead after Pedestrian Accident on San Pedro Street [Los Angeles, CA]

35-Year-Old Woman Fatally Struck in Pedestrian Crash near 106th Street LOS ANGELES, CA (September 28, 2022) – Monday night, a pedestrian accident on San Pedro Street claimed the life of Karina Hernandez Melchor. The incident occurred around 10:15 p.m., at the 10600 block of South San Pedro Street, per LA Officials. According to initial reports,… Continue reading Karina Hernandez Melchor Pronounced Dead after Pedestrian Accident on San Pedro Street [Los Angeles, CA]

Rockies’ wobbly rotation has huge question marks for 2023

During the sunny, optimistic days of spring training, the starting rotation was viewed as the Rockies’ strength. “I don’t think it’s any secret that one of the strongest aspects of our team is our starting rotation,” left-hander Austin Gomber said. “We know the responsibility we have.” Seven months later, as the Rockies’ season fades into… Continue reading Rockies’ wobbly rotation has huge question marks for 2023

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Court Upholds SD Eviction Moratorium, Other Measures to Protect Public from COVID

A home for rent in Carlsbad. REUTERS/Mike Blake City Attorney Mara Elliott Wednesday announced that a federal judge dismissed a legal challenge to the city’s temporary eviction moratorium as part of a ruling that upheld actions taken by three levels of government to protect the public from the COVID-19 pandemic. The ruling by U.S. District… Continue reading Court Upholds SD Eviction Moratorium, Other Measures to Protect Public from COVID

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