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    SAN FRANCISCO — Since the coronavirus pandemic shut down much of the nation’s economy in March, few industries have been immune from staggering financial losses and unforeseen challenges. Major League Baseball is no exception. It’s difficult to forecast exactly how much money the San Francisco Giants will lose without a traditional slate of 81 home games at Oracle Park this season, but CEO Larry Baer told this news organization the near-term financial outlook for the franchise has presented...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF/AP) — Hours after Pac-12 officials announced their sports teams would only be playing conference opponents this fall because of the COVID-19 pandemic, commissioner Larry Scott revealed he has tested positive for the virus and was suffering from ‘flu-like’ symptoms. In a twitter post the league said: “After experiencing mild flu-like symptoms late this week and out of an abundance of caution Pac-12 Commissioner Larry Scott was tested for COVID-19. The test for Commissioner Scott came back...
    Drafting sports, Jul 11 ​​(EFE) .- The American gymnast Simon Biles, four-time Olympic champion, spoke in an interview in the magazine ‘Vogue’ of the “abuse suffered” by Dr. Larry Nassar and that “it was broken” when the Tokyo Olympics were postponed because that meant one more year with USA Gymnastics. Biles commented in the American fashion magazine that she realized that Nassar had abused her after the support of her former teammate Maggie Nichols, also a victim of abuse. Nichols...
    Whats Up With Those Dinosaurs in Hulus Palm Springs? Head of leading Hispanic-owned U.S. food company sparks backlash over praise for Trump Pac-12 commissioner Larry Scott tests positive for COVID-19 It was quite the eventful day for the Pac-12 on the news front.  Not exactly the kind of headlines the conference wants, though.  At all. © Getty Images Earlier this evening, the Pac-12 announced that, like the Big Ten, it will be going with a conference-only schedule for fall...
    Friday Five: Snoh Aalegra struggles with an all-consuming love, 100 gecs team up with Fall Out Boy, and more Amazon’s Kuiper Satellite Plan Wins Backing of FCC Chairman Pac-12 announces Commissioner Larry Scott battling COVID-19 Hours after announcing Friday its football team would cancel its schedule of non-conference games in 2020, the Pac-12 posted its commissioner, Larry Scott, is battling COVID-19. © Provided by Touchdown Wire Statement from the Pac-12 Conference (July 10, 2020): pic.twitter.com/odEoOL20XO— Pac-12 Conference (@pac12)...
    The Pac-12 Conference announced that commissioner Larry Scott recently tested positive for COVID-19. According to a Twitter post from the conference Scott experienced flu-like symptoms, was tested, and the test came back positive. The commissioner just announced the conference’s plans to play conference-only contests for fall sports. “As a result of the positive test, he is self-quaratining at the direction of his physician,” the Twitter post read. “He is continuing to carry on his duties remotely as normal.”...
    EL SOBRANTE, Calif. (KGO) -- In this edition of Hey Larry, Call My Play! Hudson the toddler has the winning swing.The two (almost three)-year-old from El Sobrante already has amazing hand-eye coordination!He starts with tennis, and hes on roll in his tiger-striped uniform.RELATED: Baby Levi sinks shots and eats cookiesBut after a while, hes over it. No more crying, Hudson! Maybe softball is your sport?Fast-forward to the baseball diamond and, wow!We have a future home run hitter right here.Its not...
    Fox News’ Bill Hemmer pressed White House adviser Larry Kudlow Friday on what he picked up as a change in messaging from the Trump administration on recommending masks and social distancing. Hemmer started out by asking what the administration would support in order to get schools opened. Kudlow didn’t give specifics and just talked about the need for schools to reopen more generally. Hemmer jumped in again to ask what the administration will do to “make sure this happens...
    NORTH HIGHLANDS (CBS13) – Authorities have identified the man who was shot and killed at a North Highlands store over the weekend as 40-year-old Larry Darnell Lewis of North Highlands. Eugene Pratt, 53, has been arrested in connection with Lewis’ shooting. Pratt was inside a convenience store in the 4900 block of Watt Avenue in the early hours of Sunday morning when he allegedly had an altercation with Lewis, according to a statement from the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department. Eugene...
    DISCOVERY BAY, Calif. (KGO) -- In this edition of Hey Larry, Call My Play! In this edition of Hey Larry, Call My Play! 11-year-old Gavin sure knows how to tear it up on the motocross track.The young rider from Discovery Bay is getting his laps in at Diablo MX Ranch in Brentwood, where he has no problem hitting the jumps.He makes going airborne look easy!RELATED: Hey Larry, Call My Play! Tikki the San Francisco Frenchton dribbles and drillsNot only can...
    She’s the most decorated American gymnast in the world — and now Simone Biles can add a Vogue cover to her mantle, too. The 23-year-old made her debut in the fashion bible’s August issue, opening up about the Olympics being postponed due to the coronavirus, the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal and the nationwide protests against racism and police brutality. “I felt kind of torn and broken,” Biles — who is widely regarded as the greatest gymnast of all time...
    She’s the most decorated American gymnast in the world — and now Simone Biles can add a Vogue cover to her mantle, too. The 23-year-old made her debut in the fashion bible’s August issue, opening up about the Olympics being postponed due to the coronavirus, the USA Gymnastics sex abuse scandal and the nationwide protests against racism and police brutality. “I felt kind of torn and broken,” Biles — who is widely regarded as the greatest gymnast of all time...
    US judge issues gag order in George Floyd case 5 Things You Used to Do at the Grocery Store That Youll Never Do Again NBA restart: Who has the best team in the NBA bubble? We had two of our writers who follow the NBA closely, and when asked to name the best team heading into the bubble in Disney World … neither of them named the Los Angeles Lakers. © Provided by For The Win Both Charles Curtis...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Twitter war is raging on between a Baltimore city councilman and the city’s police union after the councilman suggested a police memorial should be removed. On Thursday, Gov. Larry Hogan added his voice to the ongoing feud, saying, “I am disgusted by the vile remarks about removing the public memorial saluting Baltimore’s fallen police officers, which was funded and championed by their family members.” I am disgusted by the vile remarks about removing the public memorial...
    Gymnastics superstar Simone Biles has added yet another accomplishment to her already-lengthy list of achievements: landing the cover of Vogue.  The 23-year-old five-time Olympic medalist and five-time world champion posed for a stunning shoot with acclaimed photographer Annie Leibovitz for the publications August issue - in which she opened up about her ongoing struggle to deal with the Larry Nassar abuse scandal, as well as the discrimination she has faced in the sport.  Simones cover shoot and candid interview come...
    I’ve been thinking about President Trump’s all caps tweet with three exclamation marks, “SCHOOLS MUST OPEN IN THE FALL!!!” Ideally, schools should open, but saying “must,” ignores the fact that Larry Magid (Gary Reyes / Mercury News) the decisions will be made locally, based on local conditions. I also question the definition of “open.” Related Articles Magid: Facial recognition loses support as bias claims rise Magid: Apple’s new iOS will make iPhone easier to use Magid:...
    It seems like a century ago that I first interviewed Larry Brilliant about the novel coronavirus. But it’s been just a little over three months since I spoke to then-75-year-old Brilliant, an epidemiologist who aided in the eradication of smallpox, and who for years has been warning the world of a pandemic that looks very much like the one we have now. (One of the tools in sounding the alarm was the movie Contagion, for which Brilliant was an adviser.)...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- We truly are in unprecedented times and nothing made that more apparent than when the sports world shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic.So, as we sports fans wait for the day to come when we can watch a game again, ABC7 News has come up with your much-needed sports fix.We present to you, Hey Larry, Call My Play!Heres how it works: Send us home videos of your kids in little league, soccer games, doing obstacle...
    OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- In this edition of Hey Larry, Call My Play! Snowball the rabbit makes Bugs Bunny look slow.The two-year-old lop-eared rabbit from Oakland has a need for speed!Were not sure if she is trying to intimate an imaginary enemy lurking outside her cage, or just showing off.RELATED: Hey Larry Call My Play! Brew the dog masters the art of beer deliveryEither way, she looks like she can run circles around any animal that dare threaten her territory!Shes...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Gov. Larry Hogan has started a publicity tour for his new book, which is set for release later this month. “I still believe that what unites us is greater than that which divides us,” the governor said. Gov. Hogan’s political action committee touts him as a unifier in divisive times, something his book discusses, too. Political scientist Dr. Mileah Kromer said Maryland’s Republican governor still polls high, one of the most popular governors in the country, but...
    Savannah Rychcik July 7, 2020 0 Comments Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R), a previous critic of President Donald Trump, announced he is launching a virtual book tour for his new memoir and, along with that, a possible presidential run in 2024. Hogan sat down with The New York Times to give an exclusive interview about his upcoming book titled “Still Standing: Surviving Cancer, Riots, a Global Pandemic, and the Toxic Politics that Divide America,” along with what Americans will be looking for...
    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WJZ) — Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is set to release his new memoir at the end of the month titled, “Still Standing: Surviving Cancer, Riots, a Global Pandemic, and the Toxic Politics that Divide America.” In a New York Times interview, Hogan he also discusses his plans to possibly make a bid for the White House in 2024. The Republican governor, who leads the National Governors Association, previously toyed with the idea of running against President Donald Trump...
    Larry Scott’s time as the commissioner of the PAC-12 might be nearing a rapid end. While there’s a lot of chaos surrounding college sports at the time because of the coronavirus pandemic, some officials in the PAC-12 might crank up the carnage by trying to dump Scott’s deal, in large part because of his failure with the PAC-12 Network. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) An unnamed PAC-12 official told OregonLive.com, “There’s serious talk amongst...
    BELVEDERE, Calif. (KGO) -- In this edition of Hey Larry, Call My Play! anyone need a cold one? Brewer can deliver you a six pack!The 8-year-old border collie from Belvedere has mastered the art of beer delivery.Not only does he bring Laura the whole six pack, but he also knows to bring the cooler and bottle opener.RELATED: Hey Larry, Call My Play! Pedro the chorkie loves soccer and belly rubsSome other fun facts about Brew - He is an agility...
    Bob Feller once likened his longtime Cleveland teammate Larry Doby to Buzz Aldrin, noting the second man syndrome. Aldrin went through all the same training, peril and unknown as Neil Armstrong, but he was second to step foot on the moon. Thus, Ryan Gosling played Armstrong in “First Man,” not Aldrin. Doby was the second player to break the major league color line. Sunday was the 73rd anniversary of Doby becoming the first black player in the American League, 81...