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    Ryan Mountcastle saw that enticing gold chain hanging from a hook at Rougned Odor’s locker before Wednesday night’s game. He wanted something that icy — heavy golden links with an Orioles logo attached — dangling from his neck. But before he or any of his teammates could don that chain, they needed to hit a home run. “Maybe tonight,” Mountcastle said, speaking into existence the impending offensive outburst from Baltimore that resulted in two of his teammates wearing that swag in the dugout during a 9-4 win over the Minnesota Twins at Camden Yards. The long balls off the bats of Cedric Mullins and Ramón Urías officially christened the home run chain, a new addition to the Orioles’ post-hit festivities. First came an imaginary pair of binoculars, a hat-tip to calling in a precision airstrike in Call of Duty, many of the players’ favorite video game. And now there’s the chain, with Odor again the ringleader. But how it came to be in Odor’s possession is a mystery even he doesn’t know the answer to after it materialized at his...
    Listen to this episode of The Times: Apple Podcasts Spotify Stitcher Google Podcasts After South L.A. erupted in anger 30 years ago, government officials promised to end the community’s economic disparity once and for all, and invest. It’s a promise that many residents say remains unfulfilled. But is that finally going to change? Today, Part Two of our L.A. riots anniversary coverage will focus on the Crenshaw Line, a light-rail system that some South L.A. leaders say will help the neighborhood improve — and others fear will bring gentrification. Read the transcript. Host: Gustavo Arellano Guests: L.A. Times business reporter Samantha Masunaga More reading: Facing schedule delays, L.A. Metro seeks $120 million more for Crenshaw Line Meet six artists making the public art you’ll soon see on Metro’s Crenshaw/LAX Line Opinion: The Crenshaw Line is a start, but L.A.'s most transit-dependent neighborhoods need more options About The Times “The Times” is made by columnist Gustavo Arellano, senior producers Denise Guerra, Shannon Lin and Kasia Broussalian and producers...
    BOSTON (CBS) — It’s been a while. . . Thus far, 2022 has been a down year for meteor showers. Other than the less than impressive Quadrantid shower in early January, we have been shut out in the nighttime sky. Finally, Thursday night, we have a legit shot at seeing some shooting stars! Tonight’s meteors are known as the Lyrids. The Lyrids have been around for centuries and are generally not known to be one of the better or brighter shows. More often than not, they tend to produce mainly faint meteors with just an occasional bright burst. (WBZ-TV graphic) Tonight also comes with some other complications. First, there will be some moonlight. Any sort of light, artificial or otherwise, makes it that much harder to see a great show. Second, there will be some cloud cover early on. However, it does appear that after midnight, as the show is forecast to peak, the clouds will tend to dissipate, allowing for the show to go on. So, if you are feeling adventurous, set your alarm early Friday morning, say around...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — This week will see several chances of snow in Minnesota, though most of the precipitation will be nuisance-level until next weekend. Sunday will stay dry until late in the night. Temperature-wise, the Twin Cities will top out in the low 30s. Southwestern Minnesota could hit 40, and up north it’ll hover in the mid-20s. The first storm system of the week moves in late Sunday and into early Monday. This system will only impact northern Minnesota, mainly the Arrowhead, and will bring light flurries. Heres my weather advice for you this week even though itll be pretty active, the storms that track across #MNwx & #WIwx will be pretty weak. Pay attention to the bigger storm next weekend. Im in with the specifics through 7 am w/@EsmeMurphy & @susanelizabethL on @WCCO pic.twitter.com/cEHhCXqIXi — Mike Augustyniak (@MikeAugustyniak) February 27, 2022 On the opposite end of the state, in the southwest, temperatures could approach 50 on Monday. Another system moves in Monday night into Tuesday morning. This one will cut a wider swath, mainly across central Minnesota, but...
    Stay Informed: WCCO Weather App | Live Radars | School Closings & Delays | More MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The Twin Cities will be back in the 30s Thursday, and another clipper system will drop light snow and rain across Minnesota. WCCO Meteorologist Riley O’Connor says temperatures have taken a dip across the state Thursday morning, but expect things to warm up by evening, with a high of 37 degrees in the metro. A clipper system will move in from the northwest around noon and hit the metro around 3 p.m. That system will bring a quick burst of snowfall across the state, followed by a rain-snow mix as things warm up. In the metro, expect about an inch or two, while areas north of Interstate 94 could see 2-3 inches. It will be windy, and the timing stinks with the snow falling during the evening commute. (credit: CBS) Rain showers could move in behind the initial burst of snow. It stays mild Thursday night before a cold front passes early Friday. The wind will be strong, and the temperatures will...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Gusty winds on Saturday spoiled the warmer temperatures in many areas by making it feel quite chilly. The wind was associated with a weak cold front that will pass over Colorado Saturday night. (source: CBS) The front has very limited moisture so while the mountains will get light snow Saturday night into early Sunday morning, the vast majority of the Front Range will stay dry. The exception is areas on the south and southwest side mostly above 6,000 feet where there could be a few light snow showers in the early morning hours of Sunday. (source: CBS) Areas such as Conifer, Bailey, Golden, Roxburgh Park, Castle Rock, Franktown, and Kiowa could get under 1 inch of accumulation. Meanwhile, accumulation in the mountains won’t be much more with generally less than 2 inches of snow at most ski areas. (source: CBS) The more noticeable change for most areas will be temperatures. Sunday will be about 10 degrees colder than Saturday across most of the state. (source: CBS) By Monday, the front will have lost it’s influence on Colorado and...
    Get set for another round of wintry weather. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect across the interior portions of the region from 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 27 to 7 a.m. Tuesday, Dec. 28 for most of the region, and until 10 a.m. Tuesday for northern Connecticut and Massachusetts. A light wintry mix could leave a glaze of ice in these areas, according to the National Weather Service. For New York City, Long Island, and coastal Westchester and Connecticut, where the advisory is not in effect, spotty light snow or sleet will become plain rain in the evening, the weather service said. There will be peeks of sunshine Monday morning before clouds increase. The high temperature will hover around the freezing mark. After the storm system moves out late Tuesday morning, skies will become partly sunny with a high near 45. Light and variable wind. Check back to Daily Voice for updates.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A favorite December event is back in Philadelphia’s Manayunk neighborhood. Get ready to take a holiday ride! It’s giving businesses a much-needed boost. Spending a few hours on Main Street in Manayunk on a spectacularly mild December night you’d be forgiven for thinking it doesn’t get any better than this. Ninety-one days ago, many thought it couldn’t get any worse. READ MORE: Family, Friends Hold Candlelight Vigil For Slain Temple University Student Samuel CollingtonOn Thursday, Sept. 2, torrential rain from Hurricane Ida caused the Schuylkill River and the Manayunk Canal to overflow onto Main Street, causing widespread destruction. Joan Denenberg, a marketing and retail consultant here, explains. “It was just overwhelmingly sad and we had to deal with so much. It was pretty bizarre, especially after coming out of COVID. And Manayunk has really come together through COVID and that’s what brings us to tonight,” Denenberg said. Thursday night was a culmination of events. Following last week’s tree lighting, the town launched its Jolly Trolley, which rides along Main Street. You’ll see the Main Street Light Spectacular...
    EA SPORTS are set to bring back legendary boxing computer game Fight Night. But sports fans will have to wait - developers are focussing on the next UFC release scheduled for late next year, according to Video Games Chronicle. 3The last Fight Night offering came back in 2011 3Boxing fans will be delighted that there are plans in place to bring back Fight Night The last incarnation of the legendary platform game was back in 2011, with the Fight Night Champion title. This was available on PS3, Xbox 360 and iOS devices. Previously, EA Canada's Fight Night was an annual fixture after its debut in 2004 earned rave reviews and sold over a million copies. And despite Champion also being well received, the series has since gone on hold with the developer focusing its efforts on creating games for the officially licensed UFC franchise. Bringing the classic back will delight one big name in the boxing world - promoter Eddie Hearn. The Matchroom boss has previously tweeted to EA Sports to re-release that popular boxing game. Most read in SportIN COURT...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Bring on the rain! ABC7 News Meteorologist Drew Tuma says more wet weather is on the way to Bay Area."We are tracking a very wet week ahead. We had one storm move through late Sunday night -- that's now pushing off to the east," said Tuma. "The wider picture? We are quickly tracking our next storm on the horizon. This cold front will move through Tuesday night into Wednesday in what will be a series of storms."LIVE: Track the rain with Live Doppler 7Tuma's AccuWeather forecast shows rain and light showers in the region over the next six days.Tuesday, the Bay Area will rank a 1 on the Storm Impact Scale, followed by more rain Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. By Sunday the Bay Area will be 2 on the Storm Impact Scale.RELATED: The ABC7 News Storm Impact Scale explained"The bulk of this rain will likely fall Friday-Sunday. These are totals we typically see in the middle of winter. If these numbers come to fruition, this would end our fire season," tweeted Tuma.Tuma, who is tracking...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- It's not a lot, but some much-needed rain is finally heading the Bay Area after a very dry 2021.ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco is tracking the wet weather."The first fall storm is coming in this weekend," said Nicco. "Don't change your plans. It's going to be a weak storm."WATCH LIVE: Live Doppler 7, Real-time temps, air quality in Bay AreaThe rainfall potential is not a lot."It's going to be more drizzle to scattered light rain," explained Nicco. "The drizzle will be mainly in the morning on both Saturday and Sunday. The scattered light rain will mainly be after dark Sunday night through Sunday morning."The storm ranks a 1-Light on our Storm Impact Scale."This is a good system though, it's an Atmospheric River for British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, it will help the firefighters there," said Nicco.RELATED: Watch your latest AccuWeather forecastHowever, Nicco says, the Atmospheric River will weaken by the time it gets to the Bay Area."If you haven't received any rain by about 9 a.m. Sunday, you are not going to," said Nicco."Rain estimates?"We are...
    Seiko Hashimoto, president of the Games Organizing Committee from Tokyo, came this Saturday to the Fuji circuit to witness part of the road cycling test. The ex-athlete and also an ex-cyclist was enthusiastic about the good atmosphere in the venue. “It is a beautiful day and this is one of the important tests. We have made an effort and we are doing it to organize this very important competition in the best possible way”, the Japanese said to BRAND, I do not shy away from photos and greetings from some of those present in the press area. While the Van Aert, Evenepoel, Valverde and company are demanding on the route, Hasimoto -who has repeated during these weeks that “now is the time to show the strength of athletes and sports”, recalled that the road until now has not been easy. “We have had to take complicated measures, but everything has been with the best intention. We want these Games to bring light,” he said. Hashimoto, which influenced the positive value of sport to unite society.
    Tokyo (CNN)The Covid-19 pandemic has loomed large over the Tokyo Olympics ever since last year's postponement, shaping a Games the like of which has never been seen before. When the opening ceremony gets underway on Friday, it will put an end to months of speculation over whether the Olympics would be even able to go ahead, as well as prompting further questions about how Covid-19 could shape the weeks to come.Tokyo 2020 will host about 11,000 athletes -- representing more than 200 countries -- and they will be staying in 21 residential buildings.However, not all of these athletes will be in Tokyo for the whole duration of the Games. Organizers say athletes will be expected to arrive in the Olympic Village five days prior to their competition and depart a maximum of two days after.Even so that presents a significant logistical headache for the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and the local organizing committee.Read MoreAdded to that is the longstanding resistance to staging the Olympics among the Japanese public. "The recent polls constantly show 60 to 80% Japanese public are opposing...
    Maskot/Getty Images Most indoor plants require a lower watering frequency and indirect light. Choosing the perfect spot in your home or office can be the key to a thriving houseplant. It's important to confirm plant toxicity if you have pets at home. Visit Insider's Home & Kitchen Reference library for more stories. Choosing the right houseplant for your home or office can require more than just a visual attraction. Filling our indoor spaces with houseplants provides not only a verdant environment but several have been known to reduce stress and purify the air.  Angelo Randaci, master gardener and horticulture expert at Earth's Ally, gave us his care tips on the top 10 best plants for your indoor space.  What makes a good indoor plant?Of course, any living thing will require a certain level of care, but some of the best indoor plants are the easiest to take care of. For an indoor plant that will brighten and enliven your space but won't disrupt your routine too much, look for plants that: Have an easy and...
    Actress Kajal Pisal, who recently recovered from Covid-19, has requested people to donate their plasma, adding that she plans to do so soon as she is allowed to. “I read that if plasma is given at the right time, then Covid patients can recover faster. I myself, when permissible, am going to donate (plasma). I’ve spoken to my doctors. Also, I request those who’ve recovered from Covid-19, please consult your doctor, and when permissible, please donate your blood. This will bring light in many people lives,” she says. Bade Achhe Lagte Hain Actress Kajal Pisal Is Battling COVID-19, Says ‘I’m in the Worst Phase of My Life’. Meanwhile, the actress says she is grateful to all those who supported her when she had Covid. “We know and understand how much we, our family members and friends are troubled till we recover. I’m very thankful for all who kept me in their prayers all this time — my fans and well-wishers,” she says. OTT Releases of The Week: Michael B Jordan’s Without Remorse and Arshad Warsi, Boman Irani’s LOL- Hasse Toh...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco says a storm is approaching. Wednesday will be mostly dry, with light rain and drizzle Wednesday night.Thursday we can expect light-to-moderate rain and wintry showers to round out the wet weather on Friday morning.Thursday begins with a light and steady rain for the morning commute. There will be drizzle and pockets of rain for the rest of the Bay Area. The rain will get heavier as we head into the afternoon hours and the cold front moves through.RELATED: Dry winter could lead to serious drought, reservoir agencies taking stepsWe will transition to showers as we head into Friday morning, especially in the East Bay and South Bay. As we head into the afternoon, the South and North Bays may experience a rogue shower.Your Thursday morning commute will have drizzle and light rain. Roads will be wet from north to south. Your evening commute will stay wet with light-to-moderate rain.RELATED STORIES & VIDEOS: VIDEO: Watch the latest AccuWeather forecast How to prepare your home for winter storms TIPS: How do...
    (CNN)The Food and Drug Administration gave Johnson & Johnson's Covid-19 vaccine the green light for emergency use on Saturday -- another historic milestone experts say will help get the country a step closer to returning to normalcy. "This is really great news," Dr. Esther Choo, a professor of emergency medicine at Oregon Health & Science University, told CNN Saturday. "Johnson & Johnson vaccine... performs very well, still has an outstanding safety profile and then has the added benefit of tremendous convenience."Johnson & Johnsons Covid-19 vaccine gets emergency use authorization from FDAAn FDA analysis found the vaccine safe and effective. It can be kept at simple refrigerator temperatures. And unlike the other two Covid-19 vaccines already authorized in the US, Johnson & Johnson's vaccine only requires one dose -- which Choo says is a big deal. "It's been such a challenge to get even a single dose to many people," Choo said. "Signing up for a second one, keeping track of that, getting transportation, it's just a huge barrier for many Americans and then of course in harder-to-reach places, including rural...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- One more round of light rain is heading to the Bay Area Friday night before sunny weather moves in for most of the weekend, according to ABC7 News Meteorologist Mike Nicco.LIVE: Track rain in San Francisco Bay Area with Live Doppler 7"We have one more storm moving through, it's a 1 on our Storm Impact Scale. A quick burst of some showers," explained Nicco. "It will become breezy once that finally passes."The weather isn't expected to stick around very long."If you are thinking about going out Friday evening, or just dining out, it's going to be dry," said Nicco.The new storm system is expected to bring quick showers overnight Friday and leave the Bay Area by Saturday morning."By 3 a.m. it will already be pushing through the South Bay. That's how fast this storm will be," said Nicco.A few showers in northern Sonoma, Napa, Lake and Mendocino counties will remain, but Nicco says they should start to clear out by 7 a.m.Nicco's AccuWeather forecast shows sunshine Saturday afternoon."Once this storm passes? How about some 60s, sunshine...
    NEW YORK (WABC) -- A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for parts of New Jersey for Saturday into Sunday.We'll start off the weekend dry, but a coastal system will bring some light snow and ice to the area on Saturday night into Sunday.MORE: Severe weather alerts from the National Weather ServiceMeteorologist Lee Goldberg does not expect a lot out of the system, but adds you don't need much with an icy mix to make things really slippery.Difficult travel conditions are possible due to icy roadways, especially Saturday evening through Sunday morning.ALSO WATCH: Massive, mile-long pileup on icy highway in TexasWe get a brief interlude before the next system Monday night into Tuesday. This one is basically a beefed-up version of the weekend storm with the potential for icy conditions.Sun returns on Wednesday, but we could be looking at another wintry storm on Thursday!New York City has already surpassed the city's seasonal average snowfall of 28.5 inches, as 32.5 inches of snow have fallen in the city so far in the 2020-2021 season. This season's total is just over 2...
    A storm system that will pass through the region could bring a round of snowfall. The time frame for the Alberta Clipper is early in the morning on Inauguration Day, Wednesday, Jan. 20. During that time, there could be scattered snow showers, flurries, and snow squalls across the region, with a dusting possible, and the possibility of slick roadways for a brief time. Tuesday, Jan. 19 will be partly sunny and brisk with a high temperature around 40 degrees and wind-chill values between 20 and 30 degrees. Clouds will increase overnight with the low temperature in the upper 20s. After the weak Clipper system passes through Wednesday morning, it will become partly sunny and breezy in the afternoon with a high temperature in the mid 30s, and wind-chill values between 20 and 25 degrees. Winds will be between eight and 18 miles per hour with gusts as high as between 26 and 30 mph. It will be partly cloudy over with the low temperature around 20 degrees and wind-chill values between 15 and 20 degrees. Thursday, Jan. 21 will be...
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