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LiveXLive to Launch 'The Snubbys,' Comic Show for 'Those Who Are Deserving But Not Receiving,' Hosted by Jeff Ross

Livestream and on-demand platform LiveXLive has announced the launch of a new original franchise show called “The Snubbys,” which is intended to honor “those who are deserving but not receiving.” The event, is slated to air on Sunday night (January 31) at 8 p.m. ET/ 5 p.m. PT — the originally scheduled time for the Grammy Awards — will highlight recording artists who had an extraordinary 2020, like The Weeknd, Machine Gun Kelly, Bad Bunny, Selena Gomez and Luke Combs. According to the announcement,

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LiveXLive to Launch 'The Snubbys,' Comic Show for 'Those Who Are Deserving But Not Receiving,' Hosted by Jeff Ross

Adam Lambert to Host Pride Live's Stonewall Day 2021

Lambert will host two 20-minute livestreams as well as the main event on June 6th Pride Live has announced its fourth annual Stonewall Day, a global campaign to elevate awareness and support the legacy of the Stonewall riots and LGBTQ+ activism. Adam Lambert, on behalf of his Feel Something Foundation, will host a virtual Stonewall Day 2021 celebration on Sunday, June 6th, where he will curate a diverse group of musical performances and presentations (full line-up to be announced). “Given the success and impact

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Adam Lambert to Host Pride Live's Stonewall Day 2021

Alaska man admits setting fire at Seattle police precinct

SEATTLE (AP) — A 20-year-old Alaska man has pleaded guilty to a federal arson conspiracy charge, acknowledging he set a fire outside a Seattle police precinct during summer protests while others tried to bar a door to keep officers from leaving. Surveillance video showed Desmond David-Pitts piling trash into a sally-port area at the East Precinct and using a lighter to set them ablaze on Aug. 24. Police managed to get outside and extinguish the fire. He faces up to five years in prison when he is sentenced

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Alaska man admits setting fire at Seattle police precinct

Vote on using WA state parks for special forces training

SEATTLE (AP) — This week the Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is expected to decide the fate of a Navy proposal to use up to 28 state coastal parks to help train special operations SEALs on how to be undetectable. The Navy held a five-year permit to use five state parks that expired in 2020, and the state commission is scheduled to vote Thursday on whether to approve a five-year permit for the expanded access. The Seattle Times reports the SEALs training for the special operations forces in

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Vote on using WA state parks for special forces training

Former GH Star Teresa Castillo Asks You To Count Your Blessings

Sometimes the loss of one person, whether you knew them well or not, can make an impression on you — especially in a year filled with so much loss. Former General Hospital star Teresa Castillo remembers a young actress who recently passed away. A Loss For Teresa Castillo “Life is so fragile,” the actress shared on Instagram. “I just learned this phenomenal actress from an acting studio I attended has passed. The type of person you see perform once and just know they were going to be huge. “She might’ve

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Former GH Star Teresa Castillo Asks You To Count Your Blessings

Winning two million dollar Powerball ticket sold in North Port

Florida Lottery TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — The Florida Lottery is excited to announce that Florida had six winning tickets worth $1 million to $2 million from the Saturday, January 23 POWERBALL® drawing! Four lucky players each won $1 million, and two lucky players each won $2 million. The winning tickets matched all five of the white ball numbers but did not match the Powerball number. In addition to the $23.2 million POWERBALL jackpot hit in New Jersey, Saturday's drawing produced a total of 43 second-tier winners

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Winning two million dollar Powerball ticket sold in North Port

Illinois moves up in poll

Illinois moved up from No. 22 to No. 19 in the latest men’s college basketball poll from The Associated Press. Illinois is 10-5 overall and 6-3 in the Big Ten after a 79-65 victory over Penn State on Jan. 19. Illinois next plays at home on Friday against No. 7 Iowa (12-3, 6-2). Dosunmu on Cousy list The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced Monday the Top 10 candidates for the 2021 Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year Award. A national committee of college basketball personnel has narrowed the

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Illinois moves up in poll

Earthquakes GM hints at more starting-caliber signings to come

Time will tell, but with the Earthquakes retaining their talismanic head coach, Matias Almeyda, and their talismanic legend, Chris Wondolowski, they aren’t completely ringing in the changes. At the same time, after a year in which the team only made one big starter-caliber signing, of defender Oswaldo Alanís, the plan for 2021 is to better retool in a bid to build on the strong end to last season. The first piece was put in place last week with the loan move for midfielder Eduardo “Chofis” Lopez, who

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Earthquakes GM hints at more starting-caliber signings to come

The fishing is good between storms

John Crotty and Kate Anderson have luck fishing Almanor Jan. 24 catching rainbow and brown trout slow trolling crawlers on the south end of the lake near Canyon Dam. Photo submitted Compiled by Mari Erin Roth Lake Almanor This week’s report is all about the weather. We are finally going to see some significant snow at lake level. Depending on which weather app is used, the area could see anywhere between four and six feet of snow over the next week, with snow in the forecast everyday for at least the next

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The fishing is good between storms

Some High School Sports Remain Delayed Over Infection Worries

High school athletes, their parents and those against pandemic mitigation efforts are among those lobbying state health officials to restart all sports. The group ‘Let Them Play’ has hired a law firm to explore suing the state in order start up basketball and volleyball seasons. Speaking at a news conference on Monday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer said sports will resume when it’s safe. “Whether it is context sports, or it is bumping up that number for in-person dining,” says Whitmer, “these are actions

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Some High School Sports Remain Delayed Over Infection Worries

HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY COVID-19 VACCINE AVAILABILITY SHOULD IMPROVE BY MID-FEBRUARY

The flow of vaccines into Missouri and out to the counties is still insufficient to meet demands. According to Lafayette County Health Center officials, that should improve by mid-February as supplies become more available, and that more vaccinator sites become active. To find registered vaccinators, the state has a map you can zoom in on to your area: covidvaccine.mo.gov/map. Vaccinators include medical clinics, pharmacies, hospitals and health departments. The Lafayette County Health Department web page at

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HEALTH DEPARTMENT OFFICIALS SAY COVID-19 VACCINE AVAILABILITY SHOULD IMPROVE BY MID-FEBRUARY

AREA SCHOOL BOARDS SCHEDULED TO MEET ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 26

Two area school boards are scheduled to hold meetings on Tuesday, January 26. According to its agenda, the Marshall School Board is scheduled to consider approval of a COVID-19 Resolution and budget amendments. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m. at the Spainhower Primary School. The meeting can be accessed on the district’s website: marshallschools.com. The agenda for the Slater School Board says it is scheduled to consider approval of COVID-19 leave and an RFP for a recreational building. The meeting

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AREA SCHOOL BOARDS SCHEDULED TO MEET ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 26

Senators to be sworn in today, as articles of impeachment are presented

Skip to content WASHINGTON (NEXSTAR) – The House presented the articles of impeachment to the Senate on Monday, as the trial of former President Donald Trump comes closer. All 100 senators will be sworn in, to act as the trial’s jury; a trial expected to begin in just two weeks. “Donald John Trump engaged in high crimes and misdemeanors by inciting violence against the government of the United States,” Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin said. Raskin joined other House impeachment managers, as he read

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Senators to be sworn in today, as articles of impeachment are presented

Boston City Council to Debate Process for Replacing Mayor Walsh

The Boston City Council will hold a public hearing on Tuesday afternoon that could go a long way toward deciding who will be the city's next elected mayor. The council will meet at 3 p.m. to hold a public hearing on the possibility of changing the rules that require a special mayoral election if Mayor Marty Walsh resigns prior to March 5. City Councilor Ricardo Arroyo has proposed making City Council President Kim Janey acting mayor for the remainder of Walsh's unexpired term if a vacancy should occur in the

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Boston City Council to Debate Process for Replacing Mayor Walsh

Mobile COVID-19 testing units deploying to Aurora neighborhoods

Mobile COVID-19 testing units are operating in Aurora neighborhoods in addition to the IDPH testing site on Farnsworth Road in Aurora. Mobile COVID-19 testing units are fanning out to Aurora neighborhoods where the pandemic has taken a disproportionate toll. The Illinois Department of Public Health, with support from the city of Aurora, is setting up a series of mobile testing units in the 60505 ZIP code, which accounts for 42% of all of Aurora's COVID-19 cases across its five ZIP codes. "As we wait for the

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Mobile COVID-19 testing units deploying to Aurora neighborhoods

How Conspiracy Theories Are Dividing Us Even More

Getty Images I frequently head to the Conspiracy subreddit because I find it entertaining. At least, that was the case until recently. Now I'm not so sure. I'm seeing more and more how conspiracy theories and Internet bulls*** is creating a divide. Of course, you'll hear from the conspiracy nuts that it's the mainstream media and the Democrats that are creating this divide. If you're curious about Q Anon, you need to check out the Q Clearance podcast. It was incredibly well done and will answer almost any question

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How Conspiracy Theories Are Dividing Us Even More

Bully Ray Blasts Fans Who Went After Charlotte Flair On Social Media

WWE Women’s Tag Team Champion Charlotte Flair has a very mixed response from the WWE Universe. While there are those who think Flair deserves all the chances she has got, other fans think Flair is undeserving of so many opportunities. While speaking on a recent episode of Busted Open Radio, WWE Hall Of Famer Bully Ray talked about Charlotte Flair being targeted by fans on social media. Ray defended Charlotte Flair, saying that she is absolutely fantastic and does not deserve all the heat Flair has gotten

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Bully Ray Blasts Fans Who Went After Charlotte Flair On Social Media