Scoreboard roundup — 4/20/17


Scoreboard roundup — 4/20/17
  1. Scoreboard roundup — 4/20/17
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    iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners: INTERLEAGUEBaltimore 2  Cincinnati1, 10 Innings AMERICAN LEAGUEBoston4  Toronto 1, 10 InningsCleveland6  Minnesota  2Tampa Bay8  Detroit 1Houston  2  L.A. Angels1Texas 1  Kansas City0, 13 InningsOakland  9  Seattle 6 NATIONAL LEAGUEPhiladelphia6  N-Y Mets 4Washington  3  Atlanta  2Milwaukee7  St. Louis5San Diego4  Arizona …
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iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUEBaltimore 2  Cincinnati1, 10 Innings

AMERICAN LEAGUEBoston4  Toronto 1, 10 InningsCleveland6  Minnesota  2Tampa Bay8  Detroit 1Houston  2  L.A. Angels1Texas 1  Kansas City0, 13 InningsOakland  9  Seattle 6

NATIONAL LEAGUEPhiladelphia6  N-Y Mets 4Washington  3  Atlanta  2Milwaukee7  St. Louis5San Diego4  Arizona  1NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFSCleveland  119  Indiana114Milwaukee  104 …

  1. Maria Sharapova returns from doping ban

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 23:06 ktbb.com
    Adam Pretty/iStock/Thinkstock(STUTTGART, Germany) — After 15 months, Maria Sharapova is back. The one time world number 1 faced off against Roberta Vinci in front of a sellout crowd at the Porsche Grand Prix in Stuttgart, Germany taking the match 7-5, 6-3 after a shaky start. Wednesday’s match was the Russian’s first since losing to Serena … Continue reading Maria Sharapova returns from doping…
  2. Experts weigh in on impact of Trump's tax plan

    Ktbb.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 23:06 ktbb.com
    The CrimsonRibbon/iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — Experts are already taking issue with President Trump’s newly-released tax plan — in particular the White House’s claim that economic growth would offset huge losses in government revenue from the proposed corporate tax cuts. The plan calls for the corporate tax rate to be slashed from 35 percent to 15 percent. And … Continue reading Experts weigh in on impact of Trump's tax…
  3. Thief uses rat trap to smash into NW Houston lighting store

    Abc13.com - Houston
    04.26 / 23:00 abc13.com
    Video shows the suspect pick up a rat trap with a concrete base and throw it through a…
  4. 7 Current, Ex-Employees of Texas Dealership Ran Crime Ring

    Kfyo.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:59 kfyo.com
    Police in El Paso say seven current and former employees of an auto dealership have been arrested for running a series of illegal schemes that included taking vehicles from the lot and stealing tires. Continue…
  5. Texas Tech Celebrates Arbor Day!

    Kfyo.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:59 kfyo.com
    This Friday morning starting at 11 am, Texas Tech plans a day full of activities in celebration of Arbor Day! They will have yard games, t-shirts, water bottles, food and much more with a valid Tech student ID... Continue…
  6. Texas Advocates Push Longshot Pot Bills With Veterans, Moms

    Kfyo.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:59 kfyo.com
    Medical marijuana advocates in Texas are playing up support from non-traditional sources to push longshot legislation easing pot laws in the country's largest conservative state. Continue…
  7. Couple who carried baby without brain to term to help save others says goodbye to their newborn

    Cw33.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:57 cw33.com
    OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma couple who carried their baby without a brain to term to help save others has said goodbye to their newborn. Two months ago, Royce Young posted a photo of his wife, Keri Young, on Facebook. Along with the picture, Young, who is a writer for ESPN, described the heartbreaking moment the couple found out that their daughter didn’t have a brain and his wife’s immediate selfless reaction. “There I was, crestfallen and heartbroken, but I momentarily [……
  8. 7-year-old gives mom ‘totally legit note’ signed by ‘the school’

    Cw33.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:57 cw33.com
    EAGLE MOUNTAIN, Utah — A handwritten note, carefully crafted by a 7-year-old Utah boy, was meant to trick his parents into letting him play video games all night – and if they didn’t he’d be kicked out of school. Nathan Anderson’s mom, Jodi, found the note on her counter last week and here’s what it said: Dear parents. Nathan has been doing good in all his classes except for video game class! If he does not stay up all night [&#…
  9. Man with mask and loaded handguns arrested outside Dallas Southwest Patrol Division

    Cw33.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:57 cw33.com
    DALLAS – A man with a mask, two loaded handguns and two clips was arrested outside the Dallas Southwest Patrol Devision on Wednesday around 2:50 pm. The suspect, identified as a Hispanic male in his mid 20s, was driving a black Dodge Durango and was immediately stopped at the front entrance of the building by police. The man began to ask questions and make statements that led officers to take him into custody for a mental health evaluation. After being taken …
  10. Mickey’s a classic, and he finally made it out of the Ruff Life

    Cw33.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:57 cw33.com
    DALLAS — Mickey Mouse’s success didn’t come in a day, and neither did Mickey the dog’s. We showcased Mick’s Ruff Life clear back in July, 2015. That was nearly two years ago! At the time, things were looking pretty grim. “If somebody doesn’t step up for him, we’re going to have to euthanize him on this day,” Dallas Pets Alive! President Leslie Sans said back then. He got just enough love to avoid stepping into the light. “Lucky…
  11. Something Borrowed: Bride receives kidney transplant just a week before her wedding!

    Cw33.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:57 cw33.com
    DALLAS — Did you know April is National Donate Life Month? It’s an effort to raise awareness about the need for organ donors – a need folks like Dr. Matt Mulloy, the surgical director of the kidney and pancreas transplant program at Medical City Dallas, are already all too aware of. “We have a huge waiting list,” said Dr. Mulloy, “and while people are waiting, unfortunately, some people never make it to the top of that list, because they get…
  12. Listening In

    Thelafayettesun.com -  Chambers County
    04.26 / 22:48 thelafayettesun.com
    By Bill Frazer Seems like the headlines continue to be in regards to the Russians “listening in” on the United States’ political affairs. Senator John McCain is up in arms over the Russian invasion of our political climate. Do you remember Edward Snowden who disclosed the fact that the National Security Administration was listening to [R…
  13. Access road, security gate completed at solar farm

    Thelafayettesun.com -  Chambers County
    04.26 / 22:48 thelafayettesun.com
    By Bill Frazer Sr Superintendent for Swinerton Renewable Energy, David Dziema, has been very cooperative in providing information relative to progress in building the local Solar Farm. In trying to make contact with David, we were informed that he was in Arizona on another Swinerton Solar Farm project. When we contacted him last Friday upon…
  14. Commission honors Chambers

    Thelafayettesun.com -  Chambers County
    04.26 / 22:48 thelafayettesun.com
    #By Alton Mitchell The Chambers County Commission met on Monday evening at the County Courthouse in LaFayette. While conducting its normal routine of business the Commission took a moment out of its scheduled agenda to recognized the hard work and efforts of one of their own and their two decades of service to the residents…
  15. OPD arrests one in connection to LaFayette resident’s murder

    Thelafayettesun.com -  Chambers County
    04.26 / 22:48 thelafayettesun.com
    By Alton Mitchell The Opelika Police Department has announced an arrest in connection to a double homicide from March that left a LaFayette man dead. Police are also seeking a second suspect in connection to the fatal shooting of LaFayette resident Derris Terrel Harris. According to a press release on Friday Opelika Police arrested 26-year-old…
  16. Ivey named Governor, special election in place

    Thelafayettesun.com -  Chambers County
    04.26 / 22:48 thelafayettesun.com
    By Paul Richardson Lt. Governor Kay Ivey became governor of Alabama after the sudden resignation of Gov. Robert Bentley April 10th, amid an effort in the Alabama Legislature to impeach him in the fallout over an alle ged affair with a top staffer. President Donald Trump called Gov. Kay Ivey on Thursday night to congratulate…
  17. Highland Village honors outgoing councilmember

    Crosstimbersgazette.com -  Southern Denton County
    04.26 / 22:43 crosstimbersgazette.com
    At the April 25 meeting Highland Village City Council and staff recognized outgoing Councilmember Bill Meek for his eight years of service on the City Council. Meek began his service to the community nearly as soon as he moved to Highland Village in 2006 when he was appointed to the Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA).…
  18. The Texas Style of Paranoia

    Texasmonthly.com - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:41 texasmonthly.com
    Conspiracy theories in the state didn’t just start with Alex Jones. The post The Texas Style of Paranoia appeared first on Texas M…
  19. 'It's Not Your Grandfather's LAPD' — And That's A Good Thing

    Tpr.org - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:41 tpr.org
    Be honest: You're looking at this story thinking what else is there to add to reports on the 1992 riots that rocked LA , right? NPR has done anniversary retrospectives before, including a huge look-back on the 20th. But in the past five years, the issue of policing — how it's done, whether it's equitable, what happens when deadly confrontations occur — has become more urgent than ever. And what happened in Los Angeles that April night 25 years ago is a critical part of the current national …
  20. Parents On The Hook For Student Loans

    Tpr.org - Texas (TX)
    04.26 / 22:41 tpr.org
    Parents drowning in college debt. Unable to pay back loans. They’re getting a tough lesson in college debt economics. May 1st is the decision deadline for an awful lot high school seniors deciding with their families where to go to college. Deposit day. Show us the money day. And a day when it’s good to have thought about college costs. College students aren’t the only ones graduating with a lot of debt. Parents are taking out big loans too, to help pay for that education. And many are now …