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Tom Hanks' New Coffee Line Hanx For Our Troops Donates 100% of Profits to Support Veterans

Tom Hanks is giving back with a cup of Joe. On Monday, the Oscar winner — who has starred as an armed service member many times across his forty year career — announced the launch of Hanx For Our Troops, a consumer packaged goods company that will benefit veterans and their families. 100% of all profits will go towards foundations that support the veteran community, including Headstrong, Hire Heroes USA, the Bob Woodruff Foundation and Student Veterans of America as the first partnerships.
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Warriors shouldn't have trouble covering vs. Mavericks, plus other best bets for Tuesday

Good afternoon gamblers, it's Chris Bengel back in the saddle with you. I hope everyone stuffed their stomachs with turkey and their pockets with cash courtesy of winning bets. We're entering the holiday season, which means that college football bowl season is right around the corner. There's nothing more glorious than watching random college football games at all hours of the day and night.
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Illinois Football: Illini secondary takes depth hit with DB transfer

After every regular season, there are always a handful or two transfers who depart the Illinois football program. Earlier, I wrote about the Illini losing wide receiver Daniel Edwards to the transfer portal. He will be missed, and I hope finds the right landing spot. But Edwards was not the only Illinois player to decide to bolt Champaign.

Opinion: Relationship Tropes In Cinema Should Not Be Romanticized

When I saw the Titanic, for the first time, I left the movie theatre with tears in my eyes and a newfound belief in true love. Numerous obsessions with other romance films followed, but Titanic was the pivotal one. After seeing the movie, I believed that relationships needed to be dramatic, at times tragic, and full of nothing but fiery passion.

See Live Reindeer and Polar Bears in Upstate New York This Season

There is nothing quite like the thrill of seeing a reindeer up close and personal during the holiday season. It's that magic moment that every kid dreams of growing up and it really does bring out the kid in all of us adults too. The holiday season is already a special time, but we have a few ideas that can bring all of those magical feelings to life this year.

Police: Highland Springs student arrested with gun at school

HENRICO COUNTY, Va. -- Police found a gun on a Highland Springs High School student when they arrested him in school Tuesday in connection to an October shooting. The student, whose name and age were not released, was charged with possession of a firearm on school grounds and possession of a firearm by a minor.
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Treasury Outlines Wage, Apprenticeship Requirements for Clean Energy Tax Credits

The Treasury Department's Tuesday release further detailed steps needed for companies to qualify for the clean energy tax incentives, namely paying workers the prevailing wage for their area and responsibilities for the use of apprenticeship programs. The standards go into effect on Jan. 29, 60 days from the announcement. The...

Skydiving Santa to visit Fayetteville Dec. 10

Old Santa Claus himself will be dropping in for an appearance in Fayetteville next week. Quite literally. The jolly old elf will be skydiving into the Arkansas Air & Military Museum for an event called the Santa Drop scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 10. The free event features a skydiving exhibition...

Tri-Lakes Cares helping households in El Paso County

(COLORADO SPRINGS) — The annual Give! campaign is currently underway, and FOX21 is highlighting local organizations that need your help. One of these organizations is Tri-Lakes Cares. Tri-Lakes Cares is a human services organization and food pantry providing services to economically disadvantaged households in northern El Paso County. They...
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Franklin County judgeship heads to recount

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — A longstanding Franklin County Common Pleas Court judge who easily won election three times is facing his first real challenge for the bench. The official results of the 2022 election — pitting Judge Michael Holbrook against Zach Gwin — are headed for a recount, according to the Franklin County Board of Elections. That recount is scheduled to start Friday, Dec. 9.

Lanett Police investigate shooting at North Lanier Avenue and Cherry Drive

LANETT, Ala. (WRBL) — A shooting in Lanett, Alabama, left one victim with multiple gunshot wounds, according to the Lanett Police Department. At around 11:50 a.m. on Nov. 29, Lanett Police received a call regarding a victim with gunshot wounds at Lanett Fire and EMS. The victim told officers...