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KU falls to Bahamas in rematch, 87-81 - KU Sports
“You can’t do nothing about that,” KU point guard Dajuan Harris Jr. said on the postgame broadcast. “He’s a pro for a reason. Kev played great defense on him, but that’s what pros do, they make tough shots all day.”
Clements drawing rave reviews early in fall camp; more notes from Day 5 - KU Sports
“He’s giant,” said redshirt senior teammate Dominick Puni, who is himself listed at 6-foot-5, 320 pounds. “I’m looking up to him and he’s younger than me, so it’s crazy.”
KU women’s basketball adds three scholarship players to fill out roster - KU Sports
The 6-foot Cobbins, listed as a guard/forward, whom head coach Brandon Schneider said in a press release he expects “to make a seamless transition and immediate impact in our program,” comes to Lawrence as a fifth-year senior following three seasons at North Dakota State and one at Alabama. She came off the bench for 13.6 minutes per game for the Crimson Tide last season; previously, she averaged double-digit points per game across 82 starts in three seasons for the Bison. Her tenure at North Dakota State coincided with that of current KU assistant Morgan Paige.
A judge has ruled Texas' abortion ban is too restrictive for women with pregnancy complications | AP News
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A Texas judge ruled Friday the state’s abortion ban has proven too restrictive for women with serious pregnancy complications and must allow exceptions without doctors fearing the threat of criminal charges.
Montgomery riverfront brawl: Police issue warrants after large 'physical altercation' on dock | CNN
Videos of the incident show a Black man, who a witness described to CNN as an employee, engaging with a group of White men on the dock, who then get physical and start hitting him. Footage of the incident went viral online as it escalated into a massive brawl with punches being thrown, people being hit with chairs and at least one person being tossed into the water during the clash.
Proposed constitutional change before Ohio voters could determine abortion rights in the state | WANE 15
COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — Ohio concludes a hastily called and highly charged special election Tuesday, a contest that could determine the fate of abortion rights in the state and fuel political playbooks nationally heading into 2024.
Crews busy setting up Western Montana Fair | KECI
In Missoula, all hands are on deck as the Western Montana Fair is set to kick off this Wednesday.
Preparations are in full swing at the Missoula County Fairgrounds.
Staff members are busy setting up rides, stands and stages.
This year's musical lineup includes acts from right here in Missoula and as far away as Texas.
Trump posts another attack on judge ahead of first court deadline | The Independent
Mr Trump on Monday wrote on his Truth Social platform that Jack Smith, the Department of Justice special prosecutor who has obtained two federal indictments against him since June, is “going before his number one draft pick, the Judge of his ‘dreams’ (WHO MUST BE RECUSED!)” in an effort to “take away” the ex-president’s First Amendment rights.
Montana’s Growth Could Outpace Electrical Supply - Flathead Beacon
As a state that has historically exported electricity, economists with the University of Montana’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research (BBER) say Montana could become an importer in the future if electrical infrastructure doesn’t keep up with demand.
New blood donation rules ease restrictions on gay and bisexual men : NPR
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Fenit Nirappil , a reporter with the Washington Post, about new blood donation rules adopted by the Red Cross that will make more people eligible to donate blood.
Italian man crushed to death under falling cheese wheels - BBC News
The collapse created a domino effect bringing down thousands of wheels, which weigh about 40kg (84lbs) each.
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