Greg Beacham, Ap Sports Writer Updated 11:31 pm PDT, Friday, July 12, 2019 ANAHEIM, Calif. (AP) — The Los Angeles Angels all put on Tyler Skaggs' No. 45 jerseys and stood solemnly on the field while his mother, Debbie, delivered a heartbreakingly perfect strike on the first pitch. The Angels then proceeded to play their heavy hearts out in their first home game since their beloved pitcher's death. Two Angels pitchers combined to throw the 11th no-hitter in franchise history, and Mike Trout drove in six runs in a stunning 13-0 victory over the Seattle Mariners on Friday night. On the day before what would have been Skaggs' 28th birthday, these astonishing Angels played a practically perfect game with his memory in their minds. "Tonight was in honor of him," Trout said. "He was definitely looking over us tonight. He's probably up there saying we're nasty. What an unbelievable game to be a part of. I'm speechless. This is the best way possible to honor him … [Read more...] about Angels do the improbable with Skaggs on their minds
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Marcela Isaza, Associated Press Updated 9:12 am PDT, Thursday, May 23, 2019 This combination photo shows the late rapper Nipsey Hussle, comedian Kevin Hart, rapper Common and reality star Kim Kardashian West, who are among the high-profile celebrities that are speaking out for prison reform. less This combination photo shows the late rapper Nipsey Hussle, comedian Kevin Hart, rapper Common and reality star Kim Kardashian West, who are among the high-profile celebrities that are speaking out for prison ... more Photo: AP Photo: AP Image 1 of / 7 Caption Close Image 1 of 7 This combination photo shows the late rapper Nipsey Hussle, comedian Kevin Hart, rapper Common and reality star Kim Kardashian West, who are among the high-profile celebrities that are speaking out for prison … [Read more...] about A host of celebrities speak out on criminal justice reform
By Therese Odell, Chron.com / Houston Chronicle Published 8:34 am CST, Friday, January 11, 2019 Criminal Minds (CBS): Renewed for a 15th and final season in 2019-2020. Criminal Minds (CBS): Renewed for a 15th and final season in 2019-2020. Photo: CBS Photo: CBS Image 1 of / 188 Caption Close Image 1 of 188 Criminal Minds (CBS): Renewed for a 15th and final season in 2019-2020. Criminal Minds (CBS): Renewed for a 15th and final season in 2019-2020. Photo: CBS CBS renews 'Criminal Minds'; ABC's 'Modern Family' up in the air 1 / 188 Back to Gallery "Criminal Minds" has been renewed by CBS for one last 10-episode season to air in 2019-2020. One of the longest-running series on the air, … [Read more...] about CBS renews ‘Criminal Minds’; ABC’s ‘Modern Family’ up in the air
"Criminal Minds" will be coming to an end after one more season, Entertainment Tonight reports. One of television's longest-running procedurals was renewed for a 15th season and final season, which will be 10 episodes long. The cast of the of the CBS crime drama is currently working on their 14th season, which will be 15 episodes long. "It is the quintessential CBS hit. We are so proud to have aired it," CBS' EVP of current programs, Amy Reisenbach, said. "It speaks to everything we do best, which is air quality television. It's been successful not only on air but online, in syndication, internationally for ABC [Studios].""Criminal Minds" follows a cast of characters who work for the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit. Over the years, viewers have become invested in the characters' personal struggles and relationships.The season 14 finale will include some important moments in the team's lives, ET reports — including a wedding.Fans who have been watching at the edge of their … [Read more...] about “Criminal Minds” will come to an end after 15 seasons
Nov. 2, 2018 / 9:51 PM GMT By Suzanne Gamboa Gustavo Navas in Miami has already voted for this election and voted Republican because he supports President Donald Trump. In Flagstaff, Arizona, university student Alexandra Arias cast her first ballot and took a stand against Trump. Millions of Latinos are expected to vote in this year’s election and potentially millions more won’t bother. But there are hopes that there are many Hispanics among the people who registered for the first time this year, and among those helping to set records on early voting and who will show up at polls on Election Day next Tuesday. Urged by friends, Arias, 18, mailed in her first ballot to vote in her hometown of Scottsdale, Ariz. Growing up in a predominantly wealthy, white neighborhood with many retired people “distanced me from a lot of problems.” Although she considers herself not “into politics,” she knows she doesn’t like the politics of Trump. “I … [Read more...] about Latino voters have a lot on their minds about the midterms. Here’s what they said.