Sheriff’s Department Asks for Public’s Help to Find Teen Runaway from Spring Valley

Alene Mitchem. Photo credit: @sdsheriff, via Twitter Authorities asked the public Thursday for help locating a 15-year-old runaway from Spring Valley. Alene Mitchem, reported missing last Thursday, had gathered a few personal items and disappeared, leaving behind a note telling her family she was running away, according to the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department. Alene… Continue reading Sheriff’s Department Asks for Public’s Help to Find Teen Runaway from Spring Valley

Storm-battered Florida businesses face arduous rebuilding

Walt Disney World and other tourist attractions in central Florida appeared to have avoided severe damage from Hurricane Ian. But many businesses on the state’s southwestern coast were hammered and face a long rebuilding process. In Fort Myers, video posted on social media showed the Times Square, a colorful area of shops and restaurants, leveled… Continue reading Storm-battered Florida businesses face arduous rebuilding

Man pulls 11 cell phones– but not his– from Charles River during third date

A man who dropped his iPhone in the Charles River while on a third date was in for quite the surprise when he fished around in that “dirty water” for his device. At first, John Anastos, 39, tried lying down on a dock and feeling around with his hand to find the phone. When that… Continue reading Man pulls 11 cell phones– but not his– from Charles River during third date

Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa taken away in stretcher with head, neck accidents vs. Bengals

Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa was taken off the sphere in a stretcher within the second quarter of his crew’s Thursday night time sport on the Cincinnati Bengals at Paycor Stadium. The third-year quarterback was shortly dominated out for the rest of the sport with head and neck accidents. The Amazon Prime Video broadcast reported… Continue reading Dolphins’ Tua Tagovailoa taken away in stretcher with head, neck accidents vs. Bengals

Tagovailoa stretchered off field with head, neck injuries

CINCINNATI (AP) — Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa sustained neck and head injuries after being sacked in Thursday’s game against the Cincinnati Bengals and was taken to a hospital for further evaluation. The Dolphins said Tagovailoa was conscious and had movement in all his extremities after being taken by stretcher from the field. He was… Continue reading Tagovailoa stretchered off field with head, neck injuries

Italian leg of Euro tour nets honorary innovation diploma for Tim Cook

– Advertisement – Apple CEO Tim Cook’s unannounced European tour has taken him to the United Kingdom, Germany and Italy to date. And on certainly one of his newest stops, he acquired an honorary grasp’s diploma Thursday from the Università Degli Studi di Napoli Federico II in Naples, Italy. – Advertisement – “It’s an honor… Continue reading Italian leg of Euro tour nets honorary innovation diploma for Tim Cook

Former CSU chancellor fumbled sexual harassment complaints, probe confirms

A report released Thursday, Sept. 29, by the California State University Chancellor’s Office confirmed allegations that former Chancellor Joseph Castro failed to properly address sexual harassment complaints against a former Cal State Fresno administrator when Castro was president there. Castro resigned as CSU Chancellor in February amid the scandal, first reported in USA Today, alleging… Continue reading Former CSU chancellor fumbled sexual harassment complaints, probe confirms

Hurricane Ian sweeps away homes, memories on barrier islands

FORT MYERS BEACH, Fla. (AP) — On the road into Fort Myers Beach, cars are left abandoned in the roadway, where they stalled when Hurricane Ian’s storm surge flooded their engines and their drivers couldn’t continue. Broken trees, boat trailers and other debris litter the road. It’s even worse in the seaside tourist town, much of which… Continue reading Hurricane Ian sweeps away homes, memories on barrier islands

‘I don’t know how often those people come around’: Jason Heyward’s lasting impact with the Chicago Cubs goes beyond his numbers — and big contract

Dissecting veteran outfielder Jason Heyward’s legacy with the Chicago Cubs yields complexities. Heyward’s seven seasons with the organization will end after this season when the Cubs release him with one year remaining on his contract. His numbers — .245 average, .323 on-base percentage and 85 OPS+ in 744 games — aren’t reflective of the talent… Continue reading ‘I don’t know how often those people come around’: Jason Heyward’s lasting impact with the Chicago Cubs goes beyond his numbers — and big contract