TŪROA SKI AREA, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand’s Tūroa ski area is usually a white wonderland at this time of year, its deep snowpack supporting its famed spring skiing. This season, it’s largely a barren moonscape, with tiny patches of snow poking out between vast fields of jagged volcanic boulders. The ski area was… Continue reading Missing snow puts famed New Zealand ski areas on precipice
7’s Chelsi McDonald has the inside scoop on who to start and sit this week in Fantasy Fixer. Go set your lineups!
She was shot in the back. The suspect is a 15-year-old who admitted he did it, but nothing happened to him, and it’s why the gunshot victim called Help Me Howard with Patrick Fraser. Elaine always thought her life was no different than anyone else’s. Elaine: “And when I got to like to the front… Continue reading Shot by Juvenile and Nothing Happened?
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California water agencies that rely on the parched Colorado River said Wednesday they can reduce their use by one-tenth starting in 2023 in response to calls for cuts from the federal government. The agencies, which supply water to farmers and millions of people in Southern California, laid out their proposal in… Continue reading California agencies float Colorado River water cuts proposal
San Bernardino County officials and business leaders gathered Wednesday, Oct. 5, to celebrate the past year’s successes, including investments in transportation and infrastructure. “Our theme, Vision Forward, embraces our county’s amazing resilience, strength and innovation,” Curt Hagman, chairman of the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors, told those gathered Wednesday evening for the annual State of… Continue reading San Bernardino County officials tout successes in 2022 State of the County
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California water agencies that rely on the parched Colorado River said Wednesday they can reduce their use by one-tenth starting in 2023 in response to calls for cuts from the federal government. The agencies, which supply water to farmers and millions of people in Southern California, laid out their proposal in… Continue reading California agencies float Colorado River savings in drought
Whenever the Chicago White Sox gamers left their clubhouse this season to enter the dugout at Guaranteed Rate Field, they had been greeted by an indication on the door. “NO PLAYER IS AS GOOD AS THE SUM OF A TEAM.” That message was by no means extra obvious than in the course of the 2022… Continue reading Column: Chicago White Sox finish the 2022 season in becoming trend with a 10-1 loss, saving their worst for final
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea launched two short-range ballistic missiles toward its eastern waters Thursday after the United States redeployed an aircraft carrier near the Korean Peninsula in response to Pyongyang’s previous launch of a nuclear-capable missile over Japan. The latest missile launches suggest North Korean leader Kim Jong Un is determined to… Continue reading North Korea launches more missiles as US redeploys carrier
Former Chicago Bears executive Jerry Vainisi, the general manager when the team won Super Bowl XX in January 1986, died Tuesday at age 80. Vainisi served as Bears GM for four seasons, promoted to that post by franchise founder and owner George Halas in summer 1983. The team confirmed Vainisi’s death Wednesday evening. Vainisi remained… Continue reading Jerry Vainisi, general manager of the Chicago Bears Super Bowl XX championship team, dies at 80
Emotional testimony was given Wednesday during the trial for a driver charged in the 2018 death of a toddler. Jurors in the motor vehicle homicide trial for Charlene Casey heard from a woman who tried to save 22-month-old Colin McGrath four years ago in South Boston, as well as a 911 call that followed the… Continue reading Emotional testimony given during trial for woman accused in 2018 death of toddler in South Boston