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Rockford man, woman charged with aggravated battery to children

ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) - On Tuesday, May 25, Rockford police officers were called to the 1700 block of Lyran Avenue in regards to a child abuse claim. Officers learned that three children, under the age of 10, had been battered. Detectives from the Rockford Police Department conducted a follow-up investigation into the incident and the suspects were identified as 31-year-old Nicholas Cash and 26-year-old Michelle Hammond. The victims and suspects were known to each other, according to the Rockford Police Department.
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Wilkes Man Hits 1$ Million Dollar Lottery Ticket

A Wilkes County man has had a large stroke of luck. Watauga Online reports Lee Kilby of Wilkesboro is a $1 million dollar winner in the 50X the Cash lottery game. According to the report, Kilby purchased his winning $10 ticket from the Village Market on Sparta Road in North Wilkesboro and claimed his winnings Friday in Raleigh.
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Local teens head to rodeo nationals

On July 18th to the 24th, high school students from all around the country will travel to Lincoln, Nebraska to compete in the 2021 National High School Finals Rodeo. Among those students will be four of our own local athletes: Paige Palin, Devyn Hundley, Cash Trexler, and Cole Trexler. “It’s...
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Take a Glimpse Inside Jessica Alba's Stunning LA Home

Jessica Alba and Cash Warren have been married for over a decade, and they have three children. The star actress and her beautiful family live in their amazing LA mansion, here is a glimpse into the stunning home. When award-winning actress Jessica Alba is taking some time off or resigning...
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Yankees: 3 NYY trade targets who’ve been wrecked by injuries

Pretty fitting that some potential future members of the Yankees family are already battling the injury bug before they even got a chance to suit up for the Bombers. Even in projections and prognostications, the Injured List waits for no Yankee. Unfortunate. This trade deadline will be a bit different...
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6 Things You Didn't Know About June Carter Cash

When you think of country music duos, June Carter Cash and Johnny Cash immediately come to mind. The two defined what power couple meant before people even knew the term and country fans will remember their names for generations to come. While Johnny is certainly a legend, June Carter is...
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Pelicans Exec Has Incredible Reaction To NBA Draft Lottery

Coming into tonight’s NBA Draft Lottery, the New Orleans Pelicans had a 20.2% percent to land a top-four pick and a 4.5% chance to claim this year’s No. 1 overall pick. But, unfortunately for the Pels, the more realistic outcome prevailed. Fitting in with the majority 61% prediction, New Orleans...

Wander gets props from Tatis, Vlad Jr., Acuña

ST. PETERSBURG -- A day after his highly anticipated and memorable Major League debut, Wander Franco said he couldn’t nail down the number of messages he received from people offering their congratulations and support. More than 100, he figured. Fewer than 1,000. Some of those messages were from big league...

Josh Ruben Talks ‘Werewolves Within’ & The Amblin Influence On His Filmmaking [Interview]

Just two films into his filmmaking career and Josh Ruben has fashioned his own brand of indie horror-comedy, with a little help from his friends. His debut “Scare Me” largely featured Aya Cash (“The Boys”) and the filmmaker himself play-acting through made-up horror stories, throwing in wild impressions and physical flourishes around a fireplace. The Sundance favorite is now playing on Shudder, and it’s a loving tribute to many of the horror movies that Ruben calls a “warm blanket,” all with the minimalist premise of telling a story. It’s also a great display of Ruben’s unique eye for performance, whether it’s directing Cash or his own skills for contorting his face and toying with his voice, something he honed during his days as an online sketch video star.

Jessica Alba has date night with husband Cash Warren in Beverly Hills

Jessica Alba and her husband Cash Warren put on a loving display on Tuesday night when they enjoyed a romantic date night in Beverly Hills. The 40-year-old Sin City actress and her 42-year-old husband grinned ear-to-ear as they were seen leaving the upscale Greek seafood restaurant Avra after having a meal to themselves.

Finola Hughes Mourns the Loss of Her Beloved Dog, Ziggy

Please join us in sending love to GENERAL HOSPITAL star Finola Hughes (Anna) and her family who are mourning the death of their beloved dog Ziggy. “We had to let you go this morning, Ziggy Tank,” Hughes shared on Instagram. “God, you were a great doggy. Thank you for being such a love for my children. You followed us everywhere. Godspeed, Ziggs. We love you.”
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Johnny Cash Tribute, Man In Black, coming to Van Wert

VAN WERT — HG Violet Equipment presents the No. 1 Johnny Cash Tribute Show, Man In Black, at the Niswonger on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 7:30 p.m. This Van Wert Live event offers a retro look, sound, and feel into the performance of American icon, Johnny Cash, and delivers the raw prowess that made Cash a 20th-century pop culture figure. Member Sales have begun from just $34. General Sales begin on Wednesday, July 7, 2021. The Man In Black is presented by HG Violet Equipment along with 2021 Annual Sponsors Central Insurance Companies, First Federal of Van Wert, and Statewide Ford - Lincoln.
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Curtain Call Accompanies Wander Franco’s Memorable MLB Debut

The crowd roared when Wander Franco was announced as part of the starting lineup and began chanting his name three pitches into his first at-bat as a big leaguer. The decibel level surged when he drew a six-pitch walk from Boston starter Eduardo Rodriguez, and came around to score on a throwing error by Xander Bogaerts.

Game Rewind: Pirates vs Cardinals, June 22, 1970

On June 22, 1970, The Pittsburgh Pirates took on the St Louis Cardinals in a doubleheader at Forbes Field. The second contest was a makeup game of a rain out in mid-April. The Pirates lost the first game by a 6-1 score, dropping them to 33-35 on the season. They needed a win in the nightcap and called on 22-year-old rookie pitcher Jim Nelson to try to secure that victory. His career began with six shutout innings in relief, then he won his first start on June 15th against the Los Angeles Dodgers, allowing one earned run in seven innings. He came into this June 22nd game against the 32-32 Cardinals with an 0.59 ERA. What he didn’t know going into that day is that he would need to be even better than before if he was going to help the Pirates to victory on this day.

Franco’s Electric Debut Not Enough To Prevent Rays’ Seventh Straight Loss

ST. PETERSBURG — A much-anticipated debut became a memorable evening for 12,994 at Tropicana Field on Tuesday night when Wander Franco launched a first-pitch, game-tying three-run homer in the fifth. Trailing Boston 5-2, Kevin Kiermaier led off the Rays’ half of the fifth and was plunked by an Eduardo Rodriguez...