The NFL Foundation and the Bengals donated more than $160,000 to Covington Catholic so the school can complete its fieldhouse project. The school received the funds after applying for a grant through the NFL Foundation Grassroots Program.
- The Daily Beast
Tennessee Department of CorrectionA woman who shared a kiss with a prisoner during a visitation in Tennessee has been charged with murder after the inmate died shortly after their exchange.Rachel Dollard was taken into custody over the weekend by special agents from the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC) and the Dickson County Sheriff’s Department, the TDOC confirmed in a statement on Tuesday. She is accused of smuggling drugs into the Turney Center Industrial Complex.Dollard is facing ch
- Miami Herald
“Yesterday my world ended.”
- Yahoo Sports
Report: Witnesses say ex-NFL CB Aqib Talib started fight that led to brother allegedly shooting youth coach
Coach Mike Hickmon was pronounced dead at a hospital after the shooting.
- Panthers Wire
A cheap shot to Christian McCaffrey set off another melee between the Panthers and Patriots at joint practice.
- KABC – Los Angeles
A bystander's video shows a man stepping out of a pickup truck after a crash in Van Nuys and calmly walking away from the scene.
- Macon Telegraph
Nina Lipscomb had been missing for four days when the boy found her alive.
A video of a man fighting with a teen in Valencia has gone viral and the LA County Sheriff Santa Clarita Valley Station is investigating.
- Buckeyes Wire
Herbie's son Zak, lost his black stripe today! #GoBucks
Prosecutors said that Nicole Linton, who is facing manslaughter charges after allegedly causing a fiery car crash in Los Angeles County, harmed herself and was involuntarily committed for psychiatric treatment multiple times before the wreck, the Los Angeles Times reports.
One brother's body has been recovered, while the other remains missing, per multiple reports
Vanessa Bryant learned that the LA Sheriff's Department deleted graphic photos of the crash that killed Kobe and Gianna from an LA Times story, chief testifies
A former media relations captain testified that the sheriff's department never reached out to Vanessa Bryant or other victims' families about the photos.
Neighbors told KIRO 7 that people have changed their walking patterns to avoid the area.
Anne Heche died from “smoke inhalation and thermal injuries,” according to the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner, People reported today. Her death was officially ruled an accident. The report cited a “sternal fracture due to blunt trauma” as another “significant condition” contributing to her passing. Heche sustained the injuries when her car jumped a curb […]
- The State
At 6-foot-7 and 300 pounds, he’s the state of South Carolina’s No. 1 recruit for the 2024 class.
- The Daily Times
Farmington's Identity Inc. had an Aug. 12 fundraiser at Aztec's 550 Brewing cancelled because of threats issued against the owners of the business.
- NBC Sports Philadelphia
JJ Arcega-Whiteside is Seattle's problem now, and the former Eagles wide receiver is getting talked up by his new head coach in the weakest terms possible. By Adam Hermann
- Associated Press
The man charged with stabbing Salman Rushdie on a lecture stage in western New York said in an interview that he was surprised to learn the accomplished author had survived the attack. Speaking to the New York Post from jail, Hadi Matar said he decided to see Rushdie at the Chautauqua Institution after he saw a tweet last winter about the writer's planned appearance. Matar, 24, said he considered late Iranian leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini “a great person” but wouldn't say whether he was following a fatwa, or edict, issued by Khomeini in Iran in 1989 that called for Rushdie’s death after the author published “The Satanic Verses.”
- Miami Herald
Pouring powder analyzed as alprazolam (brand name: Xanax) and zolpidem (brand name: Ambien) in a woman’s drink at a Boca Raton restaurant’s bar cost a Palm Beach County neurologist his medical license this week.
- USA TODAY
Rescuers resumed a search Tuesday for a man who never resurfaced after jumping from a bridge made popular by the film “Jaws" in Martha's Vineyard.
- ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports
Former Vikings coach Mike Zimmer has landed on his feet with a school that continues to find its footing. Zimmer, via HBCUGameday.com, has accepted a position on Deion Sanders’ staff at Jackson State. Sanders introduced Zimmer to the team on Tuesday. “He’s asked me about it a few times,” Zimmer said. “The pay’s not good. [more]