No. 10 Ducks Sweep Cal at Berkeley > Oregon

Next game: Oregon State 11/25/2022 | 6:00 p.m Pac-12 Oregon 25 Nov (Fri) / 6:00 p.m Oregon State EUGENE, Arch. – After playing five sets in three of their last four games, the No. 10 Oregon volleyball team clinched their 10thth Sweep of the season Wednesday afternoon in Cal. The Ducks posted a … Read more

Everyone is on board at men’s basketball in Wisconsin, Bahamas | Wisconsin

NASSAU, Bahamas — University of Wisconsin men’s basketball coach Greg Gard knew it would take every one of his players to beat Dayton. Gard said he expected to have to use a deep bench. He was playing against 10 of his 12 grantees as the Badgers (4-0) recorded a 43-42 win over the Flyers (3-2) … Read more

Wild turkey population explodes in Massachusetts > Massachusetts

Wild turkey breaks into home in Ohio Credit: MiamiTwp PD via Storyful BOSTON – The state that hosted the country’s first Thanksgiving dinner is now dealing with a growing population of wild turkeys. According to the state wildlife agency, there were about 1,000 birds in 1978. Today the population is estimated at 30,000 to 35,000 … Read more

Should we tell people not to come to Tahoe?

Bumper to bumper Lake Tahoe – Image: Marcin Wichary, cc 2.0 Influential travel magazine Fodor’s recently asked travelers not to travel this year due to overtourism and the impact of too many visitors on the local environment. One of the ten areas on the “No List” is Lake Tahoe. “Lake Tahoe has a people problem. … Read more

CCHA Reasons to Watch: Festive Competition

Thanksgiving, a weekend when true hockey fans shrug the flying pigskins and hunker down to watch the college season sprint through the first turn. FloHockey features over a dozen hours of CCHA game action, covering a wide range of competitions: a nightmarish dream sequence unfolds in St. Paul, CCHA titans clash in the Upper Peninsula, … Read more

State of Idaho certifies general election results

The Idaho state electoral body voted 3-0 Wednesday to confirm the results of the state’s general election. As part of the campaigning and certification, the State Board of Campaigners met at the Idaho State Capitol, received a report from the Office of the Secretary of State, and received election data and results from all counties … Read more

CT Essential Worker Relief embroiled in debate over who owes ‘heroes’

More than 134,000 nurses, supermarket workers and other essential workers are locked in a three-way debate, waiting to learn next week whether they will receive the full $1,000 in bonuses that state officials announced last summer for filling essential services when COVID-19 first hit Connecticut. After agreeing to boost “premium pay” funding – but still … Read more

Governor Lamont appoints a new traffic commissioner at a critical time

Nov 23, 2022 at 10:20 p.mUpdated 2h ago Through: John Craven As travelers hit Connecticut’s roads and rails for Thanksgiving, state transportation commissioner Joe Giulietti announced Wednesday that he would retire at the end of Gov. Ned Lamont’s first term in January. Assistant DOT Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto, who previously worked for Gov. Dannel Malloy and … Read more

Tennessee Private School Voucher Program judges page

A judiciary panel sided with the state on Wednesday, dismissing remaining legal claims brought in two lawsuits challenging Tennessee’s private school vouchers law. The judges ruled that the metropolitan Nashville and Shelby County governments, along with a group of parents opposed to coupons, have no legal authority to challenge Tennessee’s 2019 Education Savings Account Act, … Read more