The St. Louis Cardinals have called up Lars Nootbaar to the roster after selecting the left-handed hitting outfielder in the 2018 MLB Draft. For Lars Nootbaar’s family, it was not a new experience, though thrilling nonetheless. The young rookie has gained attention for his spectacular skills on the diamond, his mixed heritage, his family legacy [
Paul McCartney once mused in song whether anyone would need him or feed him when he’s 64. Italian singer-songwriter Enrico Ruggeri is asking the same questions, but it’s soccer passes, not food, that he seeks. The 64-year-old debuted for Italian fourth-division club ASD Sona on Sunday, ESPN reported. He started the game in his team’s [
Alyssa DeWitt rescued three children from First Street Beach on Lake Michigan despite being five months pregnant
The actor Frank Bonner, best known for his role as an overconfident sales manager in the TV sitcom "WKRP in Cincinnati," died Wednesday in California, his daughter Desiree Boers-Kort told CNN. He was 79 years old.
Terminally-ill assisted dying campaigner Noel Conway who suffered from motor neurone disease has died aged 71 at his home in Garmston, Shropshire, the charity Dignity in Dying has said.
Ex-builder Paul Lamb (pictured), from Leeds, West Yorkshire, who took on several legal challenges including one at the Supreme Court, died in hospital on Tuesday, announced Humanists UK.
Japanese soccer player Kumi Yokoyama said they are transgender — a revelation praised in the U.S. where they play in the National Women’s Soccer League but an identity not legally recognized in Japan
Kumi Yokoyama plays in the U.S. for the Washington Spirit and represented Japan in the 2019 World Cup. In Japan, LGBTQ people lack many legal protections and often suffer discrimination.
Investigators say the 15-year-old victim was playing on a rope swing with friends at a pond in Bedford when he landed in the water, briefly surfaced and went under.
On Friday, two members of the Grapevine Fire Department, one wearing a life jacket and one not, demonstrated how one step further into the lake, can turn fatal.