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Prosecutors are speaking with Jussie Smolletts attorneys as part of their investigation into an alleged attack on the Empire actor, Chicago police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi confirmed Wednesday to ABC News.
Customs and Border Protection agents intercepted nearly $13 million worth of methamphetamine inside a truck carrying frozen strawberries that crossed into the U.S. from Mexico.
Authorities on Wednesday identified the suspect who has been arrested in the 1973 murder of an 11-year-old girl in Newport Beach.
The teen is seeking $250 million in damages from the Washington Post.
A Kentucky diocese investigation has determined that Catholic school boys didnt instigate a confrontation at the Lincoln Memorial.
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After back-to-back World Series appearances, the Dodgers are back to work for Spring Training. Mario Solis reports for NBC4 News at 4 p.m. on Feb. 19, 2019.
Tennis broadcaster Doug Adler sits down with Fred Roggin after winning his job back in a lawsuit against employer, ESPN. Adler was originally fired for using the word guerilla to describe Venus Williams style of play in the Australian Open. Originally aired on Going Roggin, February 16, 2019.
Cy Young Award-winning pitcher Don Newcombe, considered one of the all-time great Dodgers and one of the storied franchises final links to a bygone era, died at age 92, the team announced Tuesday.Newcombe pitched for 10 seasons, mostly for the Brooklyn and Los Angeles Dodgers. He won both the Cy Young and National League Most Valuable Player awards in 1956. Updates: Download the NBCLA App Born in New Jersey, Newcombe represents one of the franchises final links to its years in Brooklyn.Don Newcombes presence and life established him as a role model for major leaguers across the country, said Dodgers President Stan Kasten. He was a constant presence at Dodger Stadium and players always gravitated to him for his endless advice and leadership. The Dodgers meant everything to him and we are all fortunate he was part of our lives.Newcombe, like Dodgers teammate Jackie Robinson, was signed by Branch Rickey from the Negro Leagues and went on to make a huge mark in the major leagues.Newcombe joined the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949, winning 17 games en route to a Rookie of the Year award as he helped lead the team to the National League pennant. His pitching career was interrupted by military service for two years, when he served in the Korea in 1952-53. He returned to the Dodgers in 1954. Two years later, he won the Cy Young Award and was named National League MVP.Newk was a fierce presence on the mound, a 6-foot-4 and 225-pound bear of a man who stared down hitters and backed up anyone foolish enough to crowd the plate. He was a four-time All-Star and won 20 games three different times.He remained with the Dodgers until 1958, then ended his career with stints in Cincinnati and Cleveland.Newcombe, Robinson and catcher Roy Campanella were a trio of black stars for the Dodgers who often supported each other.We came up with a strategy, Newcombe later recalled. We knew the impact we were attempting would have. We had to endure. Robinsons character, his backbone, his guts -- those were the keys. Jackie was the leader under Mr. Rickey.The three talked frequently, Campanella and Newcombe from the Dodgers Nashua, New Hampshire, farm team and Robinson from Brooklyn.We talked about how things were going, Newcombe said. What if somebody charged the mound on me What would I do Nobody did.I remember in the New England league, a catcher threw dirt in Roys face. He said, If you do that again, Ill personally take your arm out of its socket. They challenged us. They did anything they could to break down the idea.Newcombes Dodgers were perennial also-rans, who specialized in winning the National League pennant then losing the World Series to the Yankees. Newcombe played on three pennant winners with the Dodgers and the World Series champions in 1955, the year they finally beat the Yankees.He is survived by his wife, Karen children Don Newcombe Jr., Kelly Roxanne Newcombe and Brett Anthony Newcombe and grandchildren Cayman and Riann.Photo Credit: Getty Images This story uses functionality that may not work in our app. Click here to open the story in your web browser.
In France, it is easier than ever now to act out Star Wars fantasies. The fencing federation has officially recognized lightsaber dueling as a competitive sport.
Colin Kaepernicks attorney says he wants to compete and play football and the New England Patriots could be among one of the potential teams, according to the Boston Globe.Mark Geragos, Kaepernicks attorney predicted that three teams could be interested in signing Kaepernick, including the New England Patriots. Abuse Survivors Demand Vatican Transparency, Accountability I will tell you, besides the Carolina Panthers, it would not surprise me if Patriots Owner Bob Kraft makes a move, Geragos said in a CNN interview on Saturday.The collusion case between former teammates Kaepernick and Eric Reid and the NFL, settled on Friday morning. New Samsung Folding Phone Aims to Bust Smartphone Slump Photo Credit: Getty Images
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U.S. Navy Aviation Electricians Mate Airman John Milla of Norco is serving aboard the USS Stockdale
The Galaxy Fold will sell for $1,980 when its released April 26.
It was an emotional evening for me, attending the symphony for the first time since my husbands recent death.
The move, analysts say, is part of what could be aglobal shakeup in the industry. Just two weeks ago, Walmart said it would take over warehouse work in Eastvale.
New York Judge William Pauley approved the delay Wednesday after Cohens lawyers said he needed more time to recover from shoulder surgery and prepare for Congressional testimony.
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