Colorado and Deion Sanders lost the recruitments of two more commits on Monday: 2024 QB Danny O’Neil and 2025 RB Jamarice Wilder.
Red Lobster posted an operating loss of more than $11 million in Q3, according to Restaurant Business.
Thousands lost power in Mahoning County while a local elementary school closed on Tuesday.
Drivers in some metro areas could face average travel times 80% longer than normal
(The Center Square) – Seattle Public Schools is pursuing the consolidation of schools after the 2024-25 school year as a structural deficit continues to grow. Seattle Public Schools faces a projected deficit of $104 million for the 2024-2025 school year, $129 million for 2025-2026, and $153 million for the 2026-2027 school year. The district cites insufficient funding from the state, a decline in enrollment, and previous staffing decisions as the primary reasons for the...
The site is part of 113 acres the city is annexing in Ontario Ranch for some 3,800 housing units.
X May Lose $75 Million in Revenue as More Advertisers Pull Out (Second column, 13th story, link)
When Amazon purchased James Bond, to say I was extremely nervous was an understatement. I’m a big fan of the Bond franchise, from Fleming’s original books to Albert R. Broccoli & Harry Saltzman’s cinematic adaptation and beyond. While I know it’s a franchise with baggage, I’ve got a lot of love for 007. Part of that love has been carefully curated by the people in control of the franchise. Amazon purchased MGM, the Hollywood studio that backs Bond, but the film franchise has been a largely...
California Poet Laureate Lee Herrick, who celebrates the state in "My California," joins the L.A. Times Book Club on Dec. 12.
When lost luggage can't be reunited with its owner, it ends up at Unclaimed Baggage, a retail outlet in Scottsboro, Ala. (Story aired on All Things Considered on Nov. 24, 2023.)
MANHATTAN (KSNT) - The Kansas Department of Transportation (KDOT) announced it will begin pavement work on Riley County's K-18 (K-177) on Monday, Nov. 27. As part of the $3.8 million project, KDOT plans to remove and replace all of the concrete pavement, curbs and medians as well as add new pavement marking in the area.