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  • Big Game Bound: Who should America root for: Chiefs or 49ers?

    MIAMI, Fla. — While football fans mostly everywhere outside of New England rejoice over a Super Bowl without Tom Brady and Bill Belicheck, the Patriot’s absence in Super Bowl LIV poses an interesting question. Who should America be rooting for in the Big Game? It’s a question we’re tackling in the first episode of Big Game Bound live from Radio Row in Miami, plus our team will discuss how the tragic loss of Kobe Bryant and eight others, including Bryant’s […]

  • Watch live: Trump’s defense team presents case against impeachment as Democrats demand Bolton testify

    WASHINGTON (WFLA) – President Donald Trump’s legal team will continue presenting opening arguments in his impeachment trial on Monday as Democrats ramp up their calls for John Bolton to testify. The renewed push for the former national security adviser’s testimony comes after the New York Times reported that an unpublished draft of his forthcoming book contradicts a key defense argument in the impeachment. According to the report, Bolton claims in his book that Trump tied the withholding of aid to Ukraine to […]

  • Remembering 9 victims of the Calabasas helicopter crash

    Condolences are pouring in for the victims of the Southern California helicopter crash who were on their way to a travel league basketball game when the aircraft went down, killing all nine people on board. Kobe Bryant, Gianna ‘Gigi’ Bryant NBA legend Kobe Bryant and his 13-year-old daughter Gianna were among them. Gianna shared her father’s love and talent for basketball. According to the Today Show, Gianna’s love and passion for basketball reignited Bryant’s love for the sport that made him a household […]

  • Tapeworm removed from Texas man’s brain after months of headaches

    AUSTIN (KXAN) — An Austin man knew something was wrong when he fainted in the middle of a soccer game last year. He’d been dealing with awful headaches and “feeling off,” but his tumble during soccer prompted him to check it out. An MRI revealed the surprise culprit — a tapeworm in his brain. The man  — whose name hasn’t been released — was shocked. Dr. Jordan Amadio, neurosurgeon at Ascension Seton, said the man’s case was “rare and truly […]

  • Kobe Bryant’s helicopter was previously owned by the State of Illinois

    The Sikorsky-76 helicopter that crashed Sunday, killing basketball legend Kobe Bryant, his daughter and seven others was previously owned by the State of Illinois, according to online aircraft database Helis. The helicopter was manufactured in 1991. Records show it was owned by the State of Illinois from 2007 until 2015 when then-Governor Bruce Rauner put the state’s fleet of aircraft up for sale in a cost-saving measure. While it was owned by the state, the luxury helicopter was used for […]

  • U.S. mayors say their cities need money, infrastructure at meeting with Pres. Trump

    WASHINGTON, D.C. (Nexstar) — President Donald Trump told mayors from across the country that Washington is ready to help. The President invited nearly 200 mayors to the White House on Friday to meet with administration officials like Jim Carroll. “To sit with them [U.S. mayors], hear about their concerns, hear about what is happening there and how we can help them,” said Carroll. Mayor of Norfolk Virginia, Kenny Alexander, says there’s one thing every city in America needs: money. “We […]

  • ‘Didn’t know where else to go:’ Fans gather outside Staples Center following death of Kobe Bryant

    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) — Dozens of fans gathered Sunday afternoon at L.A. Live Plaza outside Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles following the death of Lakers legend Kobe Bryant. Bryant, who spent his entire 20-year career with the team, was killed in a helicopter crash earlier in the day. He was 41. A few of the fans who gathered outside the arena told KTLA’s Sam Rubin, “they didn’t know where else to go.” Video from outside the arena shows one […]

  • StubHub sells more Super Bowl Tickets to Missouri, Kansas fans than California

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) — New data from StubHub suggests Chiefs fans may have a slight upper hand against the 49ers in the number of fans at the big game. Of the tickets sold so far, 11 percent have come from Missouri and 8 percent have come from Kansas. That edges out California just barely, which has 18 percent of tickets. It looks fairly close with the Midwest edging out the West Coast by just 1 percent. However, a whopping […]

  • 3 must-visit foodie stops during Super Bowl week in Miami

    MIAMI (NEXSTAR) — When you think about South Florida, unique food and culture likely come to mind. Ask people who live there, and they’ll say you’re right on the money. Who better to take us on a tour of some of Miami’s favorite spots than Grammy-award winning singer Jon Secada and “Real Housewives of Miami” star Ana Quincoces. Both grew up in the city and know it well. Quincoces has lived there her entire live — even attending law school in the southern […]

  • Trump impeachment trial: House managers wrapping up arguments

    WASHINGTON (WFLA) – House impeachment managers will wrap up their arguments in President Trump’s impeachment trial on Friday. The seven Democrats serving as prosecutors have been presenting their case for impeaching the president the past two days. They have eight hours left of their allotted 24 hours. So far, the impeachment managers have focused their arguments on how they say President Trump abused his power. They’ve also urged members of the Senate to allow new witnesses, like John Bolton and […]

  • Buffalo Wild Wings to give away free food if Super Bowl goes into OT

    DALLAS, Texas (CNN) — Buffalo Wild Wings is making a side bet with football fans ahead of the biggest game of the year. The chicken wings restaurant chain is betting this year’s Super Bowl LIV pitting the Kansas City Chiefs against the San Francisco 49ers will not go into overtime. If it does, it says it will give free wings to everyone in the U.S. and Canada. According to B-Dubs, Las Vegas sports betters believe there’s a 10-percent chance the […]

  • San Francisco columnist kicks off Super Bowl trash talk

    SAN FRANCISCO — A San Francisco columnist has taken the first swing at the metaphorical city-bashing pinata, writing a “beginner’s introduction to Kansas City” for 49er fans. The column, written by Scott Ostler of The San Francisco Chronicle, is titled, “The 49ers guide to Kansas City, the Soccer Capital of America.” Ostler wrote it as a partial comparison between Kansas City and The Golden City. He gives cheeky descriptions of Kansas City points of pride, like barbecue, fountains and the […]

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