Kara Hayward

These brothers have given away millions in Miami

John and James Knight were newspaper publishers and editors who owned several publications across the United States, including the Miami Herald. The brothers were very successful and wished to give back to the communities that supported them. So in 1950, they established the Knight Foundation, an American non-profit foundation that provides grants for journalism, communities, and the arts.
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Grandfather dives into lake on his birthday: "God takes care of me"

A great-great-grandfather who managed to dive into a lake unassisted to celebrate turning 106 has amazed people around the world with his confidence. Franklin Estes has two grandchildren, five great-grandkids, and three great-great-grandkids. The man is currently living with Shaun Kelley, one of his grandkids, and his wife, Nancy, in Laconia, New Hampshire.
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Chiefs Vs Bengals: Key Matchups

The Kansas City Chiefs are set to take on the Bengals in Cincinnati this Sunday. Kansas City is looking to avenge two losses against this particular opponent from last season. Meanwhile, the Bengals have won three consecutive games and seven of their last nine after starting this season 0-2. There is plenty of hype going into this game. Not only does this game have a massive impact on the playoff picture, but there is legitimate angst between these two teams. How will that affect Sunday’s contest?

Access Group Bolsters Payments Business With Pay360 Acquisition

The Access Group has confirmed the acquisition of Pay360 in the U.K. The group’s payment arm, Access PaySuite, has purchased Pay360 in a deal that will strengthen its payment processing capabilities, the company stated in a press release. Although the release did not state the value of the deal,...

Broadway League, Actors’ Equity Reach Tentative Agreement on Contract

Actors’ Equity and the Broadway League reached a new, three-year collective bargaining agreement for Broadway shows and sit-down production, the two parties said Thursday. The details of the agreement have not yet been released and still remain subject to ratification by a subset of Equity members who have recently worked on these contracts. The ratification is expected to take place on Dec. 19. More from The Hollywood Reporter'The Wiz' to Be Reimagined for Limited Broadway Revival Arriving in Spring 2024Jessica Chastain to Star in Modern Adaptation of 'A Doll's House' on BroadwayAndrew Lloyd Webber, Michael Harrison Team on New Musical Development Venture Actors’...
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Watch out for flood damage when shopping for used cars

WASHINGTON, D.C. (WWLP) – Recent hurricanes caused flooding in some areas of the country and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) is warning consumers about the influx of water-damaged vehicles in the used car market. After a natural disaster, storm-damaged cars are sometimes cleaned up and taken out of state...

News 13 Pet Adoption Option: Moe

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (WMBB) — Meet Moe, News 13’s Pet Adoption Option of the Week! This sweet American Staffordshire Terrier mix is four years old. He is available for adoption at the Bay County Animal Shelter. Learn more about other adoptable animals at the shelter. Bay County Animal Control is located at 6401 Bay Line […]

Bill would require gun permit in Shelby, Davidson

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Less than a year after Tennessee’s permitless carry bill was signed into law, State Senator London Lamar wants to roll it back in Shelby and Davidson counties. Senator Lamar of Memphis says the current law is making both counties more dangerous. “Right now, if you...

Justices keep student loan cancellation blocked for now

The Supreme Court on Thursday said the Biden administration program to cancel student loans will remain blocked for now, but the justices agreed to take up the case in late winter. The court’s decision to hear arguments in about three months means it is likely to determine whether the widespread...

Hopkinsville Historic Holiday Home Tour Set for Saturday

The Museums of Historic Hopkinsville-Christian County are offering the chance to tour seven historic homes on South Main Street Saturday as part of the holiday season. Executive Director Alissa Keller says the homes are located between the 1900 and 2100 blocks of South Main Street. Keller says some of the...

Compassion Coalition providing assistance to Ukrainian Refugees

UTICA, N.Y. (WUTR/WFXV/WPNY) – The City of Utica has been helping refugees resettle for over 100 years, recently welcoming those displaced due to the war in Ukraine. Local organization the compassion coalition is just one of the many local organizations providing assistance. “We giving them gift cards to the...