Police are looking for two men in connection with a shooting that injured a mother and two of her children Sunday.
The woman and her 12- and 15-year-old daughters were shot while sitting in a car in an alley close to Morris Avenue and Calumet Street at about 11 a.m. Police say the men asked for money and then started firing.
The girls were flown to a Chicago hospital and their mother was treated at a local hospital for non life-threatening injuries.
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1 day ago, 5:10pm CDT
Source: Bleacher Report
If Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad could dream up a perfect pitch to bowl on, the chances are that it would look something like the one on offer against India at Lord's.
With a dark green tinge, the second Test surface was more akin to a snooker table at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield than the usual pale offering served up at headquarters. While a snooker table is perfectly flat, the pitch at Lord's was anyth ...
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Jul 17 2014, 2:41pm CDT
Source: Minneapolis- St. Paul Business Journal
The owner of the Modern Roadways building in Northeast Minneapolis will start talks with The Davis Group, one of the players behind the new Be The Match headquarters near downtown, about redeveloping the site.
The Journal(formerly the Downtown Journal) reports that Ed Smith, who owns the building at 80 Broadway St. N.E., will meet Monday with The Davis Group. The site is currently used by Modern Roadways to store gravel and trucks.
The property was the c ...
Full article at: Minneapolis- St. Paul Business Journal
Jul 14 2014, 7:06am CDT
The 7-footer is still weighing his options as he participates in a camp with some of the best high school basketball players in the country this weekend.
The biggest challenge for Thon Maker comes away from the basketball court. Maker is considered the best player in the class 2016, but he's still trying to adjust to his newfound media attention. Maker wants to be a kid, even though playing basketball is what he ...
Full article at: SBNation
Jun 20 2014, 1:20pm CDT
Source: More Intelligent Life
Reading the Game: Ed Smith argues that the beauty of the beautiful game now lies in the argument between possession and non-possession
From INTELLIGENT LIFE magazine, July/August 2014
Sport is getting cleverer. Nate Silver, who made his name predicting American elections, honed his statistical modelling on baseball. Football’s backrooms are now a realm of extreme number crunching. Sporting leaders can match any industry with ...
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Jun 6 2014, 6:22am CDT