Chris Lauzen

Moses Lake, WACBS News

Daredevil Alex Harvill dies attempting world-record motorcycle jump

Stunt rider Alex Harvill has died from injuries sustained while practicing to set a world-record motorcycle jump in Moses Lake, Washington, officials said. Harvill, 28, died Thursday from his injuries, Grant County Coroner Craig Morrison said. "Our deepest sympathies go out to Alex's family, friends and loved ones," Morrison said...

2021 MLB odds, picks, best bets for June 18 from proven model: This four-way parlay pays almost 10-1

A pair of National League teams looking to get back into contention in their respective divisions meet in the second matchup of a four-game series when the Atlanta Braves host the St. Louis Cardinals at Truist Park in Atlanta. The Braves (31-35), who are 6.5 games out of first place in the National League East, won Game 1 of the series, 4-0 on Thursday. The Cardinals (35-34), who are four games out of first in the National League Central, saw a three-game winning streak come to an end. First pitch on Wednesday is 7:20 p.m. ET.

How broadly will a Supreme Court ruling on LGBTQ rights and religious freedom apply?

The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Thursday that the city of Philadelphia violated the First Amendment rights of Catholic Social Services when it stopped working with the agency on placements into foster care. Philadelphia stopped working with the organization after it refused to work with same-sex couples. Lawyers for the city had argued that was discrimination. But the Supreme Court ruled the city’s position violated the Catholic agency’s religious rights.

Streaking None Above the Law Returns To SoCal For Snow Chief

ARCADIA, CA – A recent winner of 2 consecutive stakes at Golden Gate Fields, the Peter Miller-trained None Above the Law returns to Santa Anita on Saturday as he heads a field of nine California-bred sophomores going a mile and 1/8 on turf in the $150,000 Snow Chief Stakes. The...
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5 Best Italian Food Restaurants in Nebraska

Sometimes the only thing that can cure a craving is, well, indulgence in it! So whether it's a craving for some homemade spaghetti-like Grandma used to make or for some gourmet seafood pasta dishes, these Nebraska restaurants are sure to be the antidotes for that pesky craving.
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Music in Plymouth returns as an in-person event on Wednesday, July 7

PLYMOUTH, MN — Music in Plymouth is set to return in person on July 7 at the Hilde Performance Center, Performance Center, 3500 Plymouth Blvd. The event was initially planned as a virtual event due to the pandemic, just like last year’s event. But, since the guidelines and restrictions are being updated, it is now possible to hold the ‘Music in Plymouth’ in person. This annual event has been around for 49 years.

I’m So Anna Looks To Add To Resume In Melair

ARCADIA, CA – KMN Racing homebred I’m So Anna heads a field of eight California-bred or sired fillies in Saturday’s $150,000 Melair Stakes, to be contested at a mile and 1/16 over Santa Anita’s main track. The Melair, named for the Millard & Rous homebred multiple stakes winning daughter of...
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I read it in a day because I couldn’t put it down! – Krystle reviews The Enemy and Miss Innes

Hello dear readers! Back in April I reviewed The Widow and the Highlander, well today I’m reviewing its sequel. I was highly anticipating The Enemy and Miss Innes because this one stars two of my favorite kinds of characters – a feisty female lead, and a broody hero with a tragic backstory. And it totally hit the mark. I read it in a day because I couldn’t put it down.
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Veteran Acclimate Heads San Juan Capistrano

ARCADIA, CA – Fresh of a big second at a mile and 1/4 on turf, trainer Phil D’Amato’s Acclimate heads a field of six going a mile and 3/4 on turf in Saturday’s $100,000 San Juan Capistrano Stakes (G3) at Santa Anita. A traditional closing day feature for decades, the...

Q1 2021 HBGI: Home Building and Commuting

In addition to its analysis on areas with the longest commuting times, the Q1 2021 Home Building Geography Index (HBGI) features two other Commute-to-Work data series: counties with top shares of bicycle commuters (i.e., greater than or equal to 0.5 percent) and counties with top shares1 of work-from-home workers (greater than or equal to 6.6 percent). Single-family and multifamily housing submarkets for both categories had been bifurcated at the county-level between the top quintile and all other areas for this analysis.