Cowboys fans discuss their thoughts on Ezekiel Elliott's ongoing legal saga, before heading inside to watch #21 step on the field to play Kansas City. Will they see him play this week? Only time will tell.
Pittsburgh Pirates players are continuing springtime preparations for the 2018 baseball season from their Grapefruit League base in Bradenton. In this edition of the Bucs Vlog, hear from starter Jameson Taillon, power-hitting first baseman Josh Bell and starters Chad Kuhl and Tyler Glasnow. All four players happen to be former members of the LECOM Park-based Bradenton Marauders, the high Single A affiliate of the Pirates.
Police responded to reports of a shooting Tuesday, March 20, 2018, at Great Mills High School in Great Mills, Maryland. Several injuries have been reported. The local sheriff’s department urged parents to avoid going to the scene and to instead report to a nearby high school.
The Lee Wetherington Boys & Girls Club of Sarasota County took on a team of deputies from the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office in a friendly but competitive challenge on the basketball court on Friday, March 16. "We may not have been victorious, but we sure had a great time," the sheriff's office said, calling the contest an "epic" battle.
"Making it in America," a new video series, takes viewers into the lives of those neighbors down the street, who maybe speak with a bit of an accent, but are no less committed to this country’s future.
Monday, Gov. Rick Scott signed legislation that will supply funding for the opioid epidemic. Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells said opioids are still in the area and six of the seven overdose deaths so far this year have been opioid-related.
This 65-frame time lapse video comprises the 7:00 am view of the Emmons and Winthrop Glaciers from Wednesday, June 28, 2017 - Monday, September 11, 2017 from the Camp Schurman webcam. (Note: There are several frames missing)
Manatee County Sheriff Rick Wells talks about the opioid epidemic in Manatee County after Gov. Rick Scott signed HB 21, which provides funding for the opioid epidemic, at the sheriff's office Monday morning.
A baseball team from La Salle University in Philadelphia were traveling to Brooklyn, New York, for a game on March 15 when they faced the small task of lifting a double-parked car out of the way of their bus.