Firefighter injured following Miami efficiency blaze

A firefighter was injured after battling flames in Miami. Saturday morning, a fire broke out inside an efficiency near Northwest 59th Terrace and Fifth Avenue. The firefighter suffered minor burns and was taken to the hospital. Unfortunately, the home was destroyed and five people were displaced.

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Reportedly, Spice Girls will reunite for King Charles’ coronation

The multimillion-selling girl group – comprised of Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Victoria Beckham, Melanie C, and Emma Bunton – met the then-Prince Charles several times during their heyday in the 1990s, and while they have not performed as a five-piece since the closing ceremony of the London Olympics in 2012, royal organisers are said to… Continue reading Reportedly, Spice Girls will reunite for King Charles’ coronation

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Lynch lifts Archbishop Williams past St. Mary’s in girls hockey OT thriller

CANTON – Some might say lightning doesn’t strike twice, but the Archbishop Williams girls hockey team would beg to differ after by far its biggest win of the year Saturday night at Canton Sportsplex. Maggie Lynch made up for an uncharacteristic miss on a breakaway in overtime by netting the game-winner on a rare second… Continue reading Lynch lifts Archbishop Williams past St. Mary’s in girls hockey OT thriller

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NBA officials explain Jayson Tatum no-call on LeBron James at end of Celtics win

As LeBron James drove left and rose up for a potential game-winning layup in the final seconds of regulation Saturday, Celtics forward Jayson Tatum swung down and hit James’ left forearm, causing his layup to fall short. No whistle was blown. A frustrated James exploded on the court. The score remained tied at 105-105, until… Continue reading NBA officials explain Jayson Tatum no-call on LeBron James at end of Celtics win

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Keshad Johnson Scores Career Best 16 in SDSU’s 72-51 Defeat of San Jose State

Keshad Johnson caps the Aztecs’ first-half performance with a dunk on the way to scoring a career-high 16. Photo credit: Screen shot: FS1 Another Aztec put up a career night for San Diego State Saturday as the team mostly cruised after a high-flying opening half to down San Jose State 72-51 at Viejas Arena. Keshad… Continue reading Keshad Johnson Scores Career Best 16 in SDSU’s 72-51 Defeat of San Jose State

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Magic’s 2nd-half comeback attempt falls short at home vs. Bulls

For most of Saturday, the Orlando Magic’s 128-109 home loss to the Chicago Bulls looked like it was going to go how most of their games on the second night of a back-to-back have gone. The defensive intensity was lacking early. Their 3-point shots weren’t falling. The Bulls took advantage of the Magic’s lackluster play,… Continue reading Magic’s 2nd-half comeback attempt falls short at home vs. Bulls

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Navy Fleet Week event delights parkgoers at Miami Seaquarium

A helicopter landing in Key Biscayne highlighted a special U.S. Navy Fleet Week event. The event took place Saturday at the Miami Seaquarium. Along with the landing, parkgoers got to meet Navy divers and robotics team members. Sailors from the USS Constitution, the world’s oldest ship still afloat, were also on hand. Performances by the… Continue reading Navy Fleet Week event delights parkgoers at Miami Seaquarium

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Lonzo Ball ‘nowhere near playing’ ― and the Chicago Bulls target the All-Star break for a discussion on shutting down his season

The Chicago Bulls are creeping closer to shutting down point guard Lonzo Ball for a second straight season. Ball hasn’t played for the Bulls since Jan. 14, 2022, when a small tear in the MCL in his right knee spiraled into an increasingly confounding injury requiring two surgical procedures and continuing to cause him pain.… Continue reading Lonzo Ball ‘nowhere near playing’ ― and the Chicago Bulls target the All-Star break for a discussion on shutting down his season

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