Potential lingering side effects of COVID-19
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Potential lingering side effects of COVID-19
Sam Reinhart and Anton Lundell scored in the shootout, and the Florida Panthers continued their string of comebacks by rallying from three one-goal deficits to beat the St. Louis Blues 4-3 on Saturday. Maxim Mamin scored two goals and Reinhart added a goal for Florida. Lucas Carlsson and Anton Lundell each had two assists and Sergei Bobrovsky made 22 saves for the Panthers — plus stopped Ryan O'Reilly to end the shootout.
Dezmon Jackson came up inches short on a desperate, fourth-down dive with 24 seconds and fifth-ranked Oklahoma State fell to ninth-ranked Baylor 21-16 in the Big 12 championship game Saturday, knocking the Cowboys out of contention for a playoff spot. Blake Shapen threw three TDs while completing his first 17 passes as Baylor (11-2, College Football Playoff No. 9) took a 21-3 lead. The Cowboys (11-2, CFP No. 5) rallied back, then went 89 yards on 17 plays on their final drive.
Around 4,700 homes are still without power, prompting Boris Johnson to say he will offer more help from Government.
A look at what’s happening in European soccer on Sunday: ENGLAND Ralf Rangnick takes charge of Manchester United for the first time in a home game against Crystal Palace, hoping to build on the team's recent momentum. Rangnick, hired as interim manager for the rest of the season, had to watch Thursday's 3-2 win over Arsenal from the stands after getting his work permit the same day but will be in the dugout against Palace. Tottenham's Antonio Conte is looking for a third straight league win to k
With every leap Sultan Tokhi's son takes on the bouncy castle, his smile continues to grow. It's a smile that Tokhi hasn't seen on his five-year-old's face in a very long time. "I haven't seen the pleasure or the smile on my babies in my country. When we came here, he is just smiling," said Tokhi. The family arrived in Canada from Afghanistan five months ago and on Friday, thanks to the generosity of a local entertainment company, the family was able to let loose at a welcome party hosted by the
Christmas lights dazzled visitors all along residential Lotta Avenue in south Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in early December – a now annual tradition run by two men to raise money for charity, according to local media.KELO-TV reported that the ‘Lights on Lotta’, led by Scott Ihnen and Ryan Borns, had entered its 15th year. The festive initiative aimed to raise funds for K9s For Warriors and the Sioux Falls-based Big Paws Canine, two charities that provide service dogs for veterans with PTSD, brain injuries, and other forms of trauma, the organizers told KELO-TV.Neighbor Wesley Snyder, who shot this video of the lights on Friday, December 3, said it all started with one of the men decorating their own home, but said the man slowly “asked more and more neighbors if he can help decorate their homes.”“Now most of the street has gotten into it,” Snyder told Storyful. Credit: Wesley Snyder via Storyful
Stephen Karam’s 2016 Tony-winning play The Humans has been hailed by critics for holding a great mirror to New York City’s hard-scrabble inhabitants in the wake of 9/11 and Hurricane Sandy. However, the A24 film version, Karam’s feature directorial debut, arrives in theaters and on Showtime at an intriguing time, taking on an additional level […]
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Dolly Parton revealed that she's “addicted to the feeling of giving.” At 75, she's donated one million dollars to COVID-19 research— she doesn't plan to stop dreaming about the future anytime soon.
Britney Spears received a sweet serenade from siblings Kate and Oliver Hudson in honor of her 40th birthday. The group has been friends for a long time.
City moved to the top of the table following a 3-1 win at Watford.
Peter Elliott has spent a month putting up the lights on his east London home.
After storming back from three-goal deficits in each of the last two games, the Florida Panthers decided to make things easier on themselves against the St. Louis Blues.
Officials said the officer was a 21-year veteran of the Mesquite Police Department.
Rhys defeated the odds to impress while former high scorers John and AJ stumbled in breezy quarter final episode, writes Michael Hogan
The enforcement of a mandate requiring Los Angeles Fire Department employees to get vaccinated cannot be delayed, a judge ruled Friday.
Aleksander Aamodt Kilde of Norway captured a World Cup downhill race with an aggressive run Saturday for his second win in as many days. It's more proof the 2019-20 overall World Cup champion is returning to top form after tearing his ACL less than a year ago — and with the Winter Olympics in Beijing just two months away. Starting 19th overall, Kilde finished the demanding Birds of Prey course in 1 minute, 39.63 seconds to edge Austrian racer Matthias Mayer by 0.66 seconds.