Image by Dean Rutz via The Seattle Times With the second half of the season underway, the Sounders keep pushing and fighting their way to clinch their eleventh (11th) straight MLS playoff spot, which would break the previous record they set last year. As of right now, Seattle is right in second (2nd) place right behind LAFC and are soaring through the ranks, but it has not been easy, and it won't be for a little while. The Sounders have two tough matches coming up, against international force Borussia Dortmund and the Columbia River rival, Portland Timbers, in back-to-back... [Read More]
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Kimberly Lynn Rich's past keeps getting larger, maybe heavier, like the shackles she's wearing again in the Hughes County Jail and in the county courthouse where Tuesday she pleaded not... [Read More]
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Shavanah Taj says Welsh Labour has "a lot of work to do" to attract people from ethnic minorities. [Read More]
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Leftover farming materials could replace plastic packaging for fruit and vegetables, scientists say. [Read More]
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This week's Next Level column updates recent performances by former local standouts Fred Jackson (Lake Minneola), Jada Perry (Wildwood) and Mark Gordon (MDCA). [Read More]
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Avon took a big swing, but could not knock out No. 2 Chester Area in the Class B SoDak 16. [Read More]
Linebackers play lead roles as unit readies to face Cathedral Catholic in Open Division semifinals... [Read More]
The bulk of the snow has wrapped up, but we're still dealing with a few light to moderate showers. Snow started around 8:00 pm last night for the Bluegrass while it took a few more hours for the transition to occur for those east of I-75 and south of the Mountain Parkway. Snow continued overnight but started to slow in the early morning for Bluegrass counties. Eastern counties kept the bulk of showers through the entire day Tuesday. ... [Read More]
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U.S. firearms makers will be able to more easily export guns, including assault rifles and ammunition, as early as mid-December under rules set to be finalized by the Trump administration, people briefed on the matter said on Tuesday. [Read More]
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When I signed up for tonight's Top Comments diary, I didn't know that I'd be writing it 24 hours after my beloved pup Snicker asked us for help getting to Rainbow Bridge . There will be a ... [Read More]
This will be short. Like many of you, I'm eagerly awaiting the SCOTUS decision about DACA (deferred action for childhood arrivals). I haven't delved into the legal oral arguments yet, but I have been somewhat following it online as time allows. But... [Read More]
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From the Department of Completely Made Up Shit: That clip comes from a speech at the Economic Club of New York today, and as Rupar points out at Vox, Trump's claim is literally impossible, since the economy as a whole has created only 6 million jobs... [Read More]
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As the curtain rises Wednesday on the historic impeachment hearings exploring Donald Trump's extortion of Ukraine, the key questions facing the country are whether facts still matter to a solid majority of Americans and if, in turn, that could move the... [Read More]
The Charlotte County Commissioners passed and ordinance requiring strip clubs to post a sign warning people about human trafficking... [Read More]
If you don't use it, you'll lose it. I bet I've heard and repeated this age-old aphorism a million times. But can it be over-used? [Read More]
Business news from the Brookings area. [Read More]