The LSU Tigers have been known to have some of the rowdiest fans in the country for college football games at Tiger Stadium. That also appears to be true in the offseason after a wild story emerged about a group of students stealing beer from the stadium on Sunday. 19-year-old LSU student Bryce Tilotta was charged on Sunday morning for an incident involving “a group of “college-age males” stealing multiple cases of beer. LSUPD then looked at the surveillance video from Tiger Stadium from earlier in the night, which showed the group loading beer cases into a black pickup truck. — Rhonda LE; INFJ-T; thinspo; No DMs (@rhondaleeindc) March 28, 2023All jokes aside, these LSU students undoubtedly should have rethought their decision as it very clearly did not work out in their favor.
March 29, 2023 16:36 UTC
Nearly eight years later, the former Mets infielder will be suiting up for a different team, and one that is not exactly in Major League Baseball. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COMMurphy on Wednesday signed a deal with the Long Island Ducks of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball. The Atlantic League is a professional partner league of MLB. The sincerest thanks from my family and I to the Long Island Ducks for this chance at a new adventure.”The Atlantic League was first formed in 1998. Murphy, who last played for the Colorado Rockies in 2020, is far from the first former major league star to join the Ducks or the Atlantic League in general.
March 29, 2023 15:37 UTC
We are a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization with an unwavering commitment to free speech, a principle that underpins democracy and a cause above politics. The university campus is the incubator of democratic citizenship and the breeding ground for leaders in every sector of society. Our work in this area grew from concerns that a rising generation was turning its back on the principles of free speech. I have written a book Dare to Speak: Defending Free Speech for All, which centers on 20 principles for how we can live together in our diverse, digitized, and divided society without curbing free speech. The greatest casualty in this battle may be neither progressive nor conservative ideas, but the principle of free speech itself.
March 29, 2023 15:13 UTC
NFL owners have approved a proposal that will allow certain players to wear No. CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM“Excited to be the first Jaguars player to wear zero,” he tweeted. The NCAA allowed college football players to wear the number beginning in 2020. Linemen will be outlawed from wearing the number – they are still only permitted numbers 50-79 as well as 90-99. CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPThe NFL gave some leeway to players before the 2021 season, expanding the rules and regulations for players’ uniform numbers, which many took advantage of.
March 29, 2023 14:38 UTC
Reading your pandemic silver linings genuinely improved my week. “In the spring of 2020, my husband and I offered to read to our 3-year-old niece on Zoom to give her parents a brief break. Some days during those first dark months of the pandemic, knowing that soon I’d be reading picture books to our bright and cheerful niece got me out of bed in the morning. With the pandemic, we started a weekly Zoom meeting that we all religiously attend. Before, we maybe talked just a couple times a year.” — Bill Masco, Indio
March 29, 2023 13:12 UTC
Is it possible you've been cooking your ground beef all wrong? Some comments expressed shock as to why someone would wash ground beef. Organic ground beef from the supermarket is in a bowl. Melanie Marcus, a chef and registered dietician from the greater Charlotte, North Carolina-area, said "washing ground beef before cooking it is not worth doing." The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) also said people should not wash raw poultry or meat before cooking it.
March 29, 2023 13:04 UTC
International companies should promise to pay suppliers on time, take action to stop wage fraud, and make sure factories don’t reopen until they are secure, according to the Pay Your Workers coalition. About two months have passed since the region, which has a sizable garment and textile manufacturing industry, and southeast Turkey both experienced terrible earthquakes that claimed more than 50,000 lives. The call to action comes at a crucial time when the textile industry in Turkey starts pushing out orders and brings workers back to work. Pay Your Workers, a partnership of more than 280 unions and labour rights organisations worldwide, claims that brands including Inditex, the owner of Zara, Boohoo, and Primark all source from the impacted area. The organisation expressed fear that workers would lose their jobs or receive lower pay if companies are unable to maintain production schedules as a result of the accident and said that many firms have reopened ‘recklessly quickly’.
March 29, 2023 12:35 UTC
They are among the names submitted this week as potential witnesses by Fox and Dominion Voting Systems, although it doesn’t guarantee that they will appear in court. Fox submitted the names of 35 potential live witnesses to the court this week, while Dominion offered 54 names. Dominion’s list included Fox News founder Rupert Murdoch and his son Lachlan, chief executive officer of Fox Corp. Dominion also has reserved the right to call former House Speaker Paul Ryan, who is on the Fox Corp. board of directors. Colorado-based Dominion also said it wants former Fox News producer Abby Grossberg to testify. Grossberg has filed suit against Fox, alleging that its lawyers had coached her to give misleading testimony when questioned in a deposition in the Dominion case.
March 29, 2023 12:01 UTC
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March 29, 2023 03:42 UTC
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March 29, 2023 03:29 UTC
An 11-year-old girl who was abducted from Youngwood, Pennsylvania, was found on Monday after police used geolocation on her iPad to find her, according to the Westmoreland District Attorney's Office. According to investigators, the key to the child's recovery was an iPad, which allowed law enforcement to geolocate the child at a home near Latrobe, Pennsylvania. PHOTO: A mugshot provided by the Westmoreland County District Attorney's Office shows Keith Lilliock. (Westmoreland County District Attorney's Office)Police recovered the child from the house in Latrobe, arresting Lilliock on Monday afternoon. Abducted 11-year-old rescued after police track child's iPad originally appeared on abcnews.go.com
March 29, 2023 02:55 UTC
SUBSCRIBE to ABC News on YouTube: https://bit.ly/2vZb6yPA shooter opens fire on a Nashville elementary school, killing three 9-year-olds and three adults. In the face of unprecedented backlash, Benjamin Netanyahu pauses the push to weaken Israel’s judicial system. And with more than 20 already dead in the Deep South, meteorologists predict more potential tornadoes. ABC News published this video item, entitled “Start Here Podcast – March 28, 2023 | ABC News” – below is their description. ABC News is primarily broadcast from the Times Square Studios in New York City.
March 29, 2023 00:55 UTC
ABC News published this video item, entitled “National Blood Clot Alliance: Someone dies of a blood clot in US every 6 minutes” – below is their description. ABC News medical contributor Dr. Darien Sutton breaks down what the signs of a blood clot are and how to prevent them. WATCH the ABC News Live Stream Here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_Ma8oQLmSM SUBSCRIBE to ABC NEWS: https://bit.ly/2vZb6yP Watch More on http://abcnews.go.com/ LIKE ABC News on FACEBOOK https://www.facebook.com/abcnews FOLLOW ABC News on TWITTER: https://twitter.com/abc #abcnews #bloodclotting #drdariensutton ABC News YouTube ChannelGot a comment? Leave your thoughts in the comments section, below. Please note comments are moderated before publication.
March 28, 2023 23:16 UTC
"The share of Americans who say that having children, involvement in their community and hard work are very important values has also fallen," the Journal reports. While the percentage of poll respondents naming various values as very important has declined, the vast majority still said that things like hard work, patriotism, and tolerance were at least somewhat important. A look at the polling data reveals that 94 percent still say hard work is very or somewhat important, for instance. The percentage who say tolerance for others is very important did indeed shrink—but 90 percent still say it's a very or somewhat important value. Some 70 percent of those surveyed still say marriage is very or somewhat important; 65 percent say having children is very or somewhat important; 80 percent say community involvement is very or somewhat important; and 60 percent still say religion is very or somewhat important.
March 28, 2023 23:00 UTC
Last year, researchers in São José dos Campos, Brazil were able to capture the exact moment that several buildings' lightning rods reached out to meet descending lightning bolts in midair. In other words: the lightning rod managed to contain lightning — with lightning. Benjamin Franklin invented lightning rods in the 18th century, but the details of how lightning rods function are still the subject of scientific research. Perhaps unsurprisingly, the goal of the São José dos Campos-based study was to closely examine the efficacy and function of building-mounted lightning rods. It's ElectricBut fascinatingly, lightning rods aren't the only objects that launch electrical charges to meet oncoming lightning bolts.
March 28, 2023 22:54 UTC