Wednesday has arrived, South Florida – and NBC 6 has you covered with the top stories you need to know for the day. Weather wise, warmer morning temperatures will give way to an isolated shower and storm for your hump day with high temps in the upper 80s. No. 1 – Hurricane Florence has residents in Carolinas and Virginia bracing for ‘monster’ storm The Category 4 storm continues its push toward the eastern shoreline of the United States as millions have been told to evacuate ahead of landfall expected later this week. NBC 6’s Jamie Guirola is in North Carolina and will bring live updates throughout the week. Remember, you can keep track of Florence – as well as Tropical Storm Isaac and the rest of the activity in the Atlantic Ocean – in our Hurricane Season 2018 section. No. 2 – Apple set to reveal latest iPhone, new gadgets The tech giant’s annual event revealing some of their newest items and product updates will take place on … [Read more...] about The Daily Mix: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Wednesday, Sept. 12th
Happy Tuesday, South Florida – NBC 6 has you covered with the top stories you need to know for your day. Weather wise, the drier trend continues with an isolated shower and storm in the forecast and high temps in the upper 80s. No. 1 – Southeast U.S. braces for impact from potentially catastrophic Hurricane Florence From Virginia to the Carolinas, millions of residents are preparing to evacuate from the Category 4 storm – which could become Category 5 by the end of Tuesday. Several airlines are waving fees to change your flight in an effort to help people leave. NBC 6’s Jamie Guirola is heading to North Carolina – look for his live reports starting Wednesday and you can always keep track of the activity in the tropics and Atlantic Ocean on our NBC 6 Hurricane Season 2018 page. No. 2 – South Florida joins in remembering September 11th terror attacks It’s been 17 years since our country changed forever, as memorial services take place in New … [Read more...] about The Daily Mix: A Closer Look at the Top Stories for Tuesday, Sept. 11th
Quiz PUBLISHED: 11:42 07 September 2018 | UPDATED: 11:42 07 September 2018 The Department of Health has floated a proposal to print all calorie counts on menus. ehaurylik It’s been a busy week in the business world, so we’ve rounded up some of our biggest and most interesting stories that may have gone under the radar - and you can test your knowledge of both national and East Anglian stories in this week’s Biz Quiz. Here are this week’s top stories: • Norfolk restaurateurs slam ‘expensive’ plans to publish calorie counts on menusNorfolk restaurants criticised a Department of Health proposal which would see calorie counts of dishes printed on menus. Liz Truss, chief secretary to the treasury and South West Norfolk MP, said the health department had significantly underestimated the cost to some 26,000 independent restaurateurs, and that it could bring food price rises and job cuts.• Five things you need to know about Anglian … [Read more...] about The BizQuiz: Top stories from the business world this week, and how much have you been paying attention?
By David Goricki The Detroit News Published 9:38 p.m. UTC Aug 5, 2018 Monday is a big day in Michigan high school sports as football practice gets underway throughout the state. Here are top story lines to follow as the countdown begins to the opening weekend of games Aug. 23-25. OAA flexes muscles Multiple teams from the OAA flexed their muscles last season, ending with Clarkston’s win over OAA Red rival West Bloomfield in the Division 1 state championship game, and Farmington Hills Harrison of the OAA White falling to unbeaten Muskegon in the Division 3 title game. Oak Park took eventual Division 2 state champion Warren De La Salle to the limit in the regional final and returns the bulk of its team. More: Michigan State among teams taking notice of Dearborn’s Tommy Guajardo This could be Greg Carter’s year to lead Oak Park to Ford Field for the chance to bring home the ultimate trophy this season, with Ohio State-bound quarterback … [Read more...] about Top story lines as high school football practice kicks off
By Mitch Stephens Published 5:01 pm, Monday, June 11, 2018 One of the great appeals of high school sports is to follow the ebb and flow of great young players. Just as two-time Metro Football Player of the Year Najee Harris finished his senior season at Antioch in 2016, the star of Bishop O’Dowd-Oakland running back Austin Jones began to rise. Jones is now rated the sixth-best running back nationally by 247Sports from the Class of 2019. We saw the passing of the baton this decade from Mitty’s Aaron Gordon to O’Dowd’s Ivan Rabb, just like Miramonte-Orinda’s Sabrina Ionescu handed it to 2017-18 Metro Girls Basketball Player of the Year Haley Jones. Unfortunately, we’re seeing a similar shuffling of talent in prep coaching circles, especially football. With dwindling rosters because of parental concerns over head injuries, economic realities and a wider discrepancy among the top and bottom teams, the demands and pressures upon football … [Read more...] about Bay Area high school sports: Top story lines from the 2017-18 season