It appears the Pau Gasol era in San Antonio has come to an end. The San Antonio Spurs and six-time All-Star have reporteddly agreed on a contract buyout. The buyout, first reported by ESPN reporter Adrian Wojnarowski, will clear the way for Gasol to be eligible for his next team in the playoffs. Gasol has played in 27 games for the Spurs this season, averaging 4. 2 points a game and shooting 46. 6 percent.
Report: Reds to part ways with Billy Hamilton
The Reds have not tendered a contract to outfielder Billy Hamilton, making him a free agent, MLB.com reported Friday.
Report: Top players, schools part of federal college basketball probe
"These allegations, if true, point to systematic failures that must be fixed and fixed now if we want college sports in America."
Armed men rob driver, passengers in broken down car on I-10
Three men were robbed, and one of them shot, after their car broke down on Interstate 10 over the Bonnet Carre Spillway, according to the St. Charles Parish Sheriff’s Office.
Special Report Part 2: Factors contributing to homelessness & how problem has been ignored
Homelessness is on the rise, and advocates blame mental illness, drug use and a challenging job market here in Southeast Texas. The problem has come to the forefront, especially due to the alarming number of homeless people here in Southeast Texas. In Part 2 of a KFDM Special Report, Angel San Juan reports on how the problem has been ignored for many years and has also turned into a health and safety issue.
How scientists are working to save corals (Part 1)
Off the coast of the Florida Keys, scientists are hard at work trying to save an entire ecosystem from the brink of total collapse. NBC’s Kerry Sanders reports.
How Much Does A Family Need To Earn To Survive In Your Part Of Colorado?
A new report find that on average, families' minimum costs have risen three times faster than wages over the past 14 years.
New Year's Eve safety tips, how to report suspicious activity
Over 300,000 visitors are expected to celebrate the New Year in downtown Las Vegas and on the Strip. While most are in the valley to have fun and party, some may see the festivities as a chance to harm others. As the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Clark County Fire Department and Las Vegas Office of Emergency Management along with numerous other agencies are working to keep everyone safe, those enjoying the parties and events can also do their part to prevent a…
More than 100 car break-ins and thefts reported in New Orleans over the last week
NOPD is reminding people to lock their cars, remove valuables, and never keep firearms or other weapons inside parked cars.
SPECIAL REPORT: Why 'ghost guns' pose a threat
Part of the challenge of solving a crime can be tracking the gun, which can be ever harder if it's what's called a 'ghost gun' or an untraceable weapon found on the streets. As report explains, that poses a threat.
Over 100 crashes reported Saturday morning in Minnesota
A tenth of an inch of snow causes chaos on the roads.
10 cheetah cubs part of baby boom at research facility
Ten new cheetahs is a population boom for this research program. Chip Reid reports.
I-Team: 20 CMP employees interviewed as part of state investigation
HALLOWELL (WGME) - Consultants hired by the Public Utilities Commission have submitted their first status report to the state regarding an investigation into Central Maine Power and the company's meters and new billing system.In May, the PUC hired Liberty
Here’s What Part of River Drive in Moline May Look Like by 2019
River Drive in Moline is about to look a lot different. As WQAD News 8 first reported in November 2017, IH Mississippi Valley Credit Union is building a brand new headquarters next to Western Illinois University's Quad Cities Campus. Construction is expected to start in March 2018 and last one year.
Kelloggsville HS locked down for 30 minutes after tip
WYOMING, Mich. - Kelloggsville High School was locked down for about 30 minutes Thursday morning after a tip said a student was going to bring a gun to the school. School staff placed the school on lockdown when they received the information, according to Wyoming Police. The student was located off campus and officials determined there was no immediate threat to anyone at the school.
KQED’s April Dembosky Receives AHCJ’s Top Health Reporting Prize
The Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ) has awarded KQED health reporter April Dembosky its top reporter prize as part of this year’s Awards for
Oklahoma man facing 10 charges related to violent armed robberies
OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma man is behind bars after allegedly committing a series of armed robberies throughout the metro. On Dec. 17, officers were called to the One Stop Food Mart along S.E. 45th St. following an armed robbery. According to the police report, investigators learned that a man came into the store and fired one round at the clerk before demanding money.
Should All Schools Have A One-Button Lock Down System?
UNC-Charlotte officials can hit one button and lockdown the entire campus. They most recently used the system Tuesday after a deadly shooting in one of the campus buildings.
Air Force report: Thunderbirds pilot lost consciousness before crash
The Thunderbirds pilot killed in a crash on the Nevada Test and Training Range back in April lost consciousness for five seconds just before impact, according to the findings of an Air Force investigation. The report published this week states that Maj. Stephen Del Bagno was taking part in a routine aerial demonstration training flight on April 4.
Consumer Reports: just how healthy is ready-to-eat popcorn
Sales of ready-to-eat popcorn have skyrocketed, according to market research from Mintel, in part because it is perceived as being a healthy snack. Some bagged popcorn brands have healthy- sounding names, but are they really good for you? Consumer Reports food experts evaluated a number of popular brands.