Miguel Andujar back up with Yankees for doubleheader with chance to show what he can do

CLEVELAND — Miguel Andujar has learned a lot over the last three seasons. The one-time Rookie of the Year runner-up has learned different positions, including first base, and is now considered a solid major league outfielder. He has also learned about the business side of baseball, the numbers game that is keeping him in the… Continue reading Miguel Andujar back up with Yankees for doubleheader with chance to show what he can do

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Man, woman arrested after crash that killed motorcyclist in Moreno Valley

A motorcyclist was killed in a traffic crash in Moreno Valley Friday afternoon, July 1, and a man was later arrested on suspicion of running a red light and causing the crash, authorities said. The motorcyclist was traveling northbound on Heacock Street and making a left turn onto Ironwood Avenue when the driver of a… Continue reading Man, woman arrested after crash that killed motorcyclist in Moreno Valley

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Woman charged after 1,000 pigs found dead at Iowa site

SAC CITY, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa woman is facing criminal charges after more than 1,000 pigs were found dead on a property. KCCI-TV reports that the Sac County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call Thursday and found the animals dead at two confinement sites. Authorities say 33-year-old Elana Laber was responsible for maintaining the… Continue reading Woman charged after 1,000 pigs found dead at Iowa site

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More than 10 million bees released when semi-truck crashes on Utah highway

(CNN) — At least 10 million bees were released onto a highway after a semi-truck crashed in Utah. The truck, driven by a commercial beekeeper traveling from California to North Dakota, tipped over on Interstate 80 at around 10:40 a.m. local time Monday, Cameron Roden, public information officer for the Utah Highway Patrol, told CNN.… Continue reading More than 10 million bees released when semi-truck crashes on Utah highway

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MLS Glance

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Five things SF Giants must change in July to improve their playoff hopes

SAN FRANCISCO — As the calendar turns to July, the Giants find themselves trying to get back into playoff position. At 40-35 after Friday’s 1-0 loss to the White Sox, the Giants were 6.5 games out of first place in the NL West, four back of the second-place Padres and on the outside looking in… Continue reading Five things SF Giants must change in July to improve their playoff hopes

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Mike Lupica: In the end, thin-skinned Kevin Durant wasn’t built for Brooklyn

The NBA has become a league dominated by headlines about whining, entitled stars acting like complete losers, even if they’ve won championships the way Kevin Durant has. The biggest headlines this week are about Durant, of course, who’s decided he’s unhappy with his current circumstances, and wants to go sit at another table where he… Continue reading Mike Lupica: In the end, thin-skinned Kevin Durant wasn’t built for Brooklyn

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Soucheray: The money for CollegeBound Boost, of course, is not free

St. Paul Mayor Melvin Carter announced Phase Two of his free money program last week, a program called CollegeBound Boost. Phase One, announced in November 2020, was called the People’s Prosperity Guaranteed Income Pilot. How many consultants or new Cabinet members were brought on board Carter’s sinking ship to come up with these schemes remains… Continue reading Soucheray: The money for CollegeBound Boost, of course, is not free

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For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

By CARLA K. JOHNSON AP Medical Writer The fast-changing coronavirus has kicked off summer in the U.S. with lots of infections but relatively few deaths compared to its prior incarnations. COVID-19 is still killing hundreds of Americans each day, but is not nearly as dangerous as it was last fall and winter. “It’s going to… Continue reading For now, wary US treads water with transformed COVID-19

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