-Originally aired June 2, 1984. -Your hosts are Jim Ross and Joel Watts. -We open the show by announcing that Sunshine was recently institutionalized due to the stress caused by her ongoing issues with Gorgeous Jimmy Garvin. Well, two weeks ago, during a Mike Von Erich/Jimmy Garvin match, Garvin’s valet Precious got involved, and we go to footage from WCCW to explain what happened next. -The most electrifying man in the sport, Marc Lowrence, interviews Chris Adams, who explains that Sunshine has an aunt named
Actions Courtsey SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California is reporting a surge in coronavirus unemployment claims last week for independent contractors, gig workers and the self-employed — the category of benefits blamed for much of the state’s fraudulent payments. The state last week received more than 110,800 Pandemic Unemployment Assistance claims, an increase of more than 77,00 from the week before. It was so large it accounted for more than a quarter of all such claims nationally, according to numbers
In this photo released by Xinhua News Agency, Mongolian Prime Minister Ukhnaa Khurelsukh at left prepare to cast his vote at a polling station in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, on Wednesday, June 24, 2020. Mongolians were voting in parliamentary elections Wednesday across the vast, lightly populated country, a U.S. ally squeezed between authoritarian governments in China and Russia. The polls are being held amid considerable success in the country’s fight against the coronavirus, with just 215 cases of COVID-19 recorded.
Kevin Pelton Close Co-author, Pro Basketball Prospectus series Formerly a consultant with the Indiana Pacers Developed WARP rating and SCHOENE system The Cleveland Cavaliers have agreed to trade 2019 first-round pick Kevin Porter Jr. to the Houston Rockets for a heavily protected future second-round pick, sources told ESPN. Sources told ESPN's Brian Windhorst that the Cavaliers decided to trade or waive Porter after a screaming match with team officials on Friday night, when he attended his first game
3-Point Goals: 12-27, .444 (Van Lith 6-11, Evans 3-8, Smith 2-4, Balogun 1-4) Blocked Shots: 4 (Dixon 2, Cochran 1, Van Lith 1) Turnovers: 12 (Cochran 4, Evans 3, Team 2, Balogun 1, Robinson 1, Van Lith 1) Steals: 6 (Cochran 2, Balogun 1, Evans 1, Van Lith 1, Dixon 1) Technical Fouls: None FG FT Reb SYRACUSE (7-2) Min M-A M-A O-T A PF PTS Strautmane 27 2-9 0-0 1-3 2 2 4 Cardoso 33 6-13 1-2 5-11 1 2 13 Lewis 40 4-11 3-4 2-5 0 1 12 Mangakahia 40 2-6 0-0 1-2 11 2 4 Williams 23 1-5 0-0 0-2 0 0 3 Djaldi-Tabdi 7 1-1
Amanda Shires reworks "The Problem" into "Our Problem" with Cyndi Lauper, Sheryl Crow, Jason Isbell, more
An update of Shires' pro-choice song to coincide with the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade Sheryl Crow (photo by Ben Kaye), Amanda Shires (John Shearer), Cyndi Lauper, and Jason Isbell (Kaye) Today, January 22nd, is the 48th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the landmark Supreme Court ruling that legalized abortion in the United States. To honor the occasion, Amanda Shires has reworked her pro-choice song “The Problem” into “Our Problem”, and she’s tapped a star-studded crew to help her out. When Shires
Dave Chappelle has tested positive for COVID-19 and canceled some of his upcoming shows as a result. Austin, TX was ready to play host to the legendary comedian. In a conversation with TMZ, a representative of the beloved performer says that he immediately went into quarantine after the test came back positive. As of right now, he is asymptomatic. He was beginning a five-event stint there alongside Joe Rogan. But, now that will have to be put on the back burner. It’s a cause for concern from some in the audience
Oswego County Police Blotter for Jan. 22. State Police: Zechariah Karboski, 31, of Mexico, criminal mischief, first-degree criminal contempt, Jan. 6, held. Coleman C. Smith, 27, of Fulton, third-degree criminal possession of marijuana, Jan. 6, appearance ticket. Joseph M. Grenga, 38, of Baldwinsville, DWI - 1st offense, Jan. 7, appearance ticket. Duane P. Clark, 62, of Lacona, DWI - 1st offense, Jan. 8, appearance ticket. Marc A. Williams, 55, of Brewerton, second-degree criminal contempt, Jan. 8, held. William
Pictured is Mexico High School senior Logan LaFlamm working on his music composition that will be performed later this year as part of a cooperative performance with Symphoria and Syracuse University’s Setnor School of Music. MEXICO - A Mexico High School senior is seeing his musical composition come to life through a rare and enriching opportunity with a local professional orchestra. Logan LaFlamm, a senior at the high school, has been attending regular sessions featuring musician-led cooperative orchestra
Oswego State graduate Paul Perrier, left, with Mark Hicks, the NCAA managing director of enforcement, at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. USC Athletics Sports Information photo. Oswego State graduate Paul Perrier, right, with NBA legend Magic Johnson during a Trojans basketball practice at USC’s Galen Center. USC Athletics Sports Information photo. Oswego State graduate Paul Perrier, left, near the University of Southern California campus in Los Angeles. USC Athletics Sports Information photo. Oswego State
Widline Pyrame, a Haiti native who started Fusion Dolls out of her home in Brockton, Massachusetts, decided to create dolls that look like Black children after getting a degree in social work and finding many struggling with self-esteem Widline Pyrame couldn't find a doll that looked like her when she was growing up. "We didn't really have Black dolls," the Haiti native said. "We had white dolls. I wanted my hair to be just like my dolls. The dolls' hair was straight." As an adult in the United States, she
Sonoma County is poised to significantly expand the number of people vaccinated every day against the novel coronavirus, even as county leaders and public health officials are growing increasingly frustrated with the slow trickle of vaccine provided by the state of California. The county unveiled plans Thursday to open two more vaccination sites next week, adding to the five clinics it already coordinates, part of a program that could soon be administering 2,000 doses a day. That figure, which excludes vials
Getty Image Dave Chappelle has been performing stand-up in Texas during the pandemic, and now he’s the latest notable celebrity to have contracted coronavirus while attempting to work during the health crisis. According to TMZ, Chappelle cancelled the remainder of his shows in Austin after testing positive for COVID-19 on Thursday. A rep for the comedian tells us Dave is currently quarantined after the positive test, but he has not yet experienced any symptoms. Dave performed the first of 5 shows in Austin
Equities research analysts predict that Bandwidth Inc. (NASDAQ:BAND) will report $96.61 million in sales for the current fiscal quarter, Zacks Investment Research reports. Four analysts have made estimates for Bandwidth’s earnings, with the highest sales estimate coming in at $96.75 million and the lowest estimate coming in at $96.48 million. Bandwidth posted sales of $62.00 million in the same quarter last year, which would indicate a positive year over year growth rate of 55.8%. The company is scheduled
Brokerages expect that PolyPid Ltd. (NASDAQ:PYPD) will announce earnings of ($0.73) per share for the current fiscal quarter, according to Zacks. Zero analysts have made estimates for PolyPid’s earnings. The company is scheduled to issue its next quarterly earnings report on Wednesday, February 10th. On average, analysts expect that PolyPid will report full year earnings of ($1.80) per share for the current year. For the next year, analysts expect that the business will post earnings of ($2.33) per share.
Mesa County Sheriff's Office MESA COUNTY, Colo. — The Mesa County Sheriff's Office is looking to speak to two persons of interest in a homicide. Deputies responded to a residence on White Avenue near 32 3/8 Road around 3:30 p.m. Thursday, where they found a man with a gunshot wound. Lifesaving measures were unsuccessful, and the man died at the scene. Investigators have not released the identity of the man who was killed or how he died. Witnesses reported seeing a black Jeep Liberty leave the scene. Deputies
Authorities say the man was spotted on surveillance at a business on Sonntag Drive in Gaston Calhoun Co.,SC (WOLO)— Deputies in Calhoun County are searching for a man accused of breaking into a business and stealing several items. Investigators say this is surveillance footage from a business on Sonntag Drive in Gaston. If you know anything or can help investigators identify the suspect contact Crimestoppers at 1888-CRIME-SC.
MARYLAND — In response to Gov. Larry’s Hogan’s request for all 24 of Maryland’s school systems to return to hybrid or in-person learning by March 1st, the state’s teachers union says the Governor’s demands will not help schools reach that threshold any sooner. The Maryland State Education Association’s president, Cheryl Bost, wrote in statement Thursday saying in part quote, “No one wants to open school buildings safely and sustainably sooner than educators. So let’s focus on what we need to
There are giant robots, others small and some microscopic: the latter are used for assembling millimeter components. There are objects so, but so small, that it is difficult to maneuver them. For them, a group of researchers created microscopic robots that are born from bubbles. ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces scientists used lasers to create miniature robots that manipulate very small parts. These are located in interconnected structures. Let’s specify something: when we talk about robots we mean virtual
State Sen. Jorge Cabrera Like so many before him, my father arrived in America in the early 1960s in search of a better life. He had little money, no formal education, no connections or savings. What he did have was an unrelenting work ethic, a profound sense of right and wrong and a strong belief that, in America, if you worked hard and played by the rules you could get ahead. You could improve your lot in life and see, in your lifetime, your children succeed. He did not fully understand what it meant to live