Israeli police seal off home of Jerusalem synagogue attacker

JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli police on Sunday sealed up the east Jerusalem home of a Palestinian attacker who killed seven people and wounded three outside a synagogue, one of several punitive measures approved by Benjamin Netanyahu’s Cabinet overnight. The move came following a deadly weekend in which seven people were killed and five others wounded… Continue reading Israeli police seal off home of Jerusalem synagogue attacker

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Misery continues for Colorado men’s basketball in loss at Oregon State

Snapshot: Oregon State 60, CU Buffs MBB 52 Turning point: Oregon State took control with an 11-0 run midway through the second half, a burst powered by three 3-pointers from freshman Jordan Pope. Buff of the game: Tristan da Silva. The junior forward was a bright spot for the Buffs, recording his second double-double with… Continue reading Misery continues for Colorado men’s basketball in loss at Oregon State

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Winds to come down, temps go up

A windy weekend is in progress, south Florida. Wind speeds are noticeably higher near the coast and that’s creating beach (and boating) hazards that remain in place. If you’re heading to the beach on Sunday, be aware that there’s a high risk of rip currents. Swim only at guarded beaches, or just stay on the… Continue reading Winds to come down, temps go up

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Wilson’s 22 points help No. 9 Kansas survive Kentucky 77-68

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Jalen Wilson scored 22 points, including one in a series of huge 3-pointers down the stretch, and No. 9 Kansas held off Kentucky 77-68 Saturday night in the SEC/Big 12 Challenge. The Jayhawks seized the lead for good midway through the first half before withstanding every Wildcats challenge in this tense… Continue reading Wilson’s 22 points help No. 9 Kansas survive Kentucky 77-68

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Montgomery Co.’s greenhouse gas emissions decreased 30% between 2005 and 2020

According to a Climate Action Progress report, Montgomery County, Maryland, saw a 30% decrease in communitywide greenhouse gas emissions between 2005 and 2020. The Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (COG) GHG emission inventories said that the gas emissions decrease actually took place in spite of the 13% population growth in the county during that time.… Continue reading Montgomery Co.’s greenhouse gas emissions decreased 30% between 2005 and 2020

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Alexandar Georgiev’s last step in endearing himself to Avalanche fans: willingness to goalie-fight Jordan Binnington

If Alexandar Georgiev hadn’t endeared himself to Avalanche fans yet, there’s no doubt he won them over in the last game before the NHL All-Star break. What’s the secret? A willingness to drop the goalie gloves with Jordan Binnington. Georgiev told The Post he wasn’t too familiar with the history between the Avalanche and Binnington,… Continue reading Alexandar Georgiev’s last step in endearing himself to Avalanche fans: willingness to goalie-fight Jordan Binnington

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Kyrie Irving scores 31 to lead Nets past Knicks as crosstown bullying continues

Kyrie Irving’s tenure in Brooklyn has been a series of controversies and aggravations. But he can claim one very positive distinction, which is especially important to Nets fans: Utter domination of the New York Knicks. Irving beat the Knicks again Saturday in Barclays Center, dropping 21 of his 32 points in the fourth quarter —… Continue reading Kyrie Irving scores 31 to lead Nets past Knicks as crosstown bullying continues

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Candace Parker is signing with the Las Vegas Aces, ending a memorable 2-year run with her hometown Chicago Sky

Candace Parker chose to leave the Chicago Sky for the same reason she joined the team in 2021 — to go home. The Naperville native and two-time WNBA champion on Saturday announced her decision to sign with the Las Vegas Aces as a free agent. In an Instagram post, she cited her family as her… Continue reading Candace Parker is signing with the Las Vegas Aces, ending a memorable 2-year run with her hometown Chicago Sky

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Shakopee named official host site of Hockey Day Minnesota 2025

After an incredible event in White Bear Lake on Saturday, the annual spectacle that is Hockey Day Minnesota will travel up to Warroad next year. Then, in 2025, Shakopee will finally get its chance to shine. That much became official on Saturday shortly before puck drop between the Wild and the Buffalo Sabres. “Shakopee is… Continue reading Shakopee named official host site of Hockey Day Minnesota 2025

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