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Reserve receiver Dazalin Worsham enters transfer portal

Dazalin Worsham is on the move again. The former 3-star recruit out of Hewitt-Trussville (Ala.) will enter the transfer portal again after spending one year at Auburn, according to a source. Worsham transferred to Auburn in the spring after spending two years at Miami and playing minimally. In a big...
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Prada and AspenX Partner on Third Capsule Collection

Just in time for the schuss season, AspenX and Prada have teamed up for a capsule collection of outerwear and knits that take its inspiration from the ski trails of Aspen Snowmass. The seven-piece womenswear and menswear collection include ski jackets, puffer jackets and knitwear with touches of black, silver...
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Greg Norman fires back at Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy calling for LIV Golf CEO to step aside from role

The feud between the two richest powers in golf continues. A few days after Tiger Woods echoed Rory McIlroy's sentiment that Greg Norman needs to be removed at the CEO of LIV Golf before LIV and the PGA Tour can peacefully coexist, Norman retaliated with some fire remarks of his own. In an exclusive interview with Today's Golfer, Norman offered up a rebuttal for Woods and McIlroy.
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Trump-Linked Digital World Stock Nears Apex Of This Breakout Pattern: What To Watch

Digital World Acquisition Corp DWAC was sliding more than 4% on Monday, with the bears trying to break the stock down from an inside bar pattern. The special purpose acquisition company (SPAC) saw increased interest in November after former President Donald Trump announced a bid for the 2024 presidential election. The SPAC was the ninth most-searched-for ticker on Benzinga Pro last month.

Fort Yates man accused of hitting woman while stealing car

BISMARCK, N.D. (KFYR) - Bismarck police arrested a Fort Yates man after they claimed he beat up a woman and struck her with her car, before he fled at high speeds. Police say a woman told them Sunday that 22-year-old Jayden Ironroad took her car, accelerated while she tried to stop him, and ran her over. When police found Ironroad, they say they attempted to stop him as he sped through icy residential areas. They found him a second time in a parking lot on S. Washington Street and say he wrestled with and struck an officer.
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Firefighters hold toy drive to benefit Columbus’ kids in need

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Instead of patients, you’ll find presents loaded onto ambulances from the Columbus Division of Fire for the 45th annual Firefighters 4 Kids Toy Drive. “We’re collecting every day, from now through Christmas, at any Franklin County fire station, and we pick up from those...

Boise’s Polar Bear Challenge to Celebrate Larry Gebert Legacy

It's back this winter and will be celebrating 20 years of charity in the Treasure Valley: Boise's 'Polar Bear Challenge'!. Every year, the bravest, the boldest, and the coldest show up to Lucky Peak for what is by far, the coldest few minutes of their entire year. On a countdown from 10 seconds, hundreds of Polar Bear Challengers run into the marina at Lucky Peak, take a cold dip, and run right back out to their towels, heated blankets, or frankly: their cars!

New Major Appointed to Baltimore Police Department’s Southern District

Effective Dec. 4, 2022: Major Samuel Hood moves to the Southern District. He previously served with the Criminal Investigation Division/Homeland Security Intelligence Section.”. Your first opportunity to meet Major Hood will be on Tuesday night at the Command Staff/CRC Meeting. We meet on the first Tuesday night of the month...

First runoff election for Trenton City Council seats set for next week

Another plot twist has been added to the drama that is Trenton city politics, this time involving the three at-large seats and two ward races up for grabs in runoff races for city council. On Sunday, Mercer County Superior Court Judge Robert Lougy ordered a runoff election for the North...

Pettisville @ North Central Girls Varsity Basketball

PIONEER – Pettisville’s defense limited the Eagles to just six points in the first and forced the Eagles into 27 turnovers in a 45-20 non-conference win. Grace Crawford dropped 13 points to pace Pettisville (3-2) while Cailyn Meyers and Grecia Dominguez led North Central (0-4) with four each.