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  • Chiefs fan plans to open special whiskey from Super Bowl IV victory if team wins in Miami

    CAMERON, Mo. (WDAF) – A Missouri man is hoping the Chiefs become Super Bowl champions so he can finally open a rare bottle of whiskey from the last time they won. Mike Loyd hasn’t always been a Chiefs fan. It was his wife’s father, Milton, who first introduced him to football and the team. “It started late ‘80s after I married my wife,” he told WDAF. Watching the Chiefs on Sundays became somewhat of a ritual for Mike and Milton, […]

  • Richard Sherman’s journey: From released by Seahawks to Super Bowl-bound with 49ers

    SANTA CLARA (KRON) — March 7, 2018: Richard Sherman was released by the Seattle Seahawks. Less than two years later, the 31-year-old is leading the best defense in the NFL with the San Francisco 49ers and is on his way to his third Super Bowl in nine NFL seasons. Seattle selected Sherman in the fifth round of the 2011 NFL Draft. The Compton native was the 25th cornerback drafted and 154th overall. Injuries really started to take a toll on […]

  • Chiefs fan’s Super Bowl memorabilia from 1970 now worth thousands

    LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. (WDAF) – Half a century later, items from Super Bowl IV are becoming relevant again. As the Kansas City Chiefs make their way back to the big game this year, one man’s collection is now worth thousands of dollars. Lifelong Chiefs fan Jack Stasi saved tickets from the 1970 Super Bowl, where the Chiefs played the Minnesota Vikings at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, along with the original program and Kansas City Championship signs. “I had a […]

  • 34 U.S. service members diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries after Iranian missile strike

    Thirty-four U.S. service members have been diagnosed with traumatic brain injuries following the Iranian missile attack on US forces in Iraq earlier this month, Pentagon spokesman Jonathon Hoffman said Friday. Earlier this week President Donald Trump said he does not consider potential brain injuries to be as serious as physical combat wounds, downplaying the severity of the injuries suffered in Iraq. During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Trump was asked to explain the discrepancy between his previous comments […]

  • New Orleans Saints confirm staff helped Archdiocese during sex abuse revelations

    NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – The New Orleans Saints have issued a statement in response to reports that the team’s PR staff assisted the Archdiocese of New Orleans in matters relating to the Archdiocese’s ongoing sex abuse scandal. News of the connection between the Saints and the Archdiocese surfaced this week in an Associated Press story detailing the team’s involvement. Nearly 300 emails between members of the Saints PR staff and the communications department of the Archdiocese have become a factor in […]

  • ‘He has his whole life ahead of him’: Ohio mom pleads for kidney donor to save son’s life

    AKRON, Ohio (WJW) – An Ohio mother is pleading for a kidney donor to come forward to help save her son’s life. Eleven-year-old Skyler Gordon, of Akron, suffers from focal segmental glomerulosclerosis, a genetic kidney disease. “September of 2018 is when this all started. Skyler had suffered from migraines for years,” said Julianne Stadelman, the sixth grader’s mother. Skyler also had high blood pressure so they went to see his pediatrician. “When he had the blood work done, the doctor’s office […]

  • Texas student told to cut dreadlocks or he won’t get to walk at graduation

    DeAndre Arnold has been growing his dreadlocks for years. But for the past few days, Arnold — a senior at Barbers Hill High School in Mont Belvieu, Texas, east of Houston — hasn’t been in school. He might not get to attend his senior prom. And with graduation coming up in a few months, Arnold might not even get to walk across the stage with his friends. It has everything to do with his hair. School district allows dreadlocks, just […]

  • Man says bank discriminated when it refused to cash discrimination settlement checks

    A man is suing a Michigan bank for racial discrimination after he says the staff refused to deposit settlement checks from another racial discrimination case and called police on him. “Something else was afoot here,” the man’s attorney, Deborah Gordon, told CNN affiliate WXYZ. “And in my opinion, there’s only one thing: banking while black” Sauntore Thomas, a 44-year-old African-American man, went to a TCF Bank branch Tuesday to open a savings account and deposit checks from the settlement in a […]

  • Alabama teen accused of killing mother, twin brothers before going to school

    CNN — An Alabama teenager is accused of killing his mother and twin 13-year-old brothers. The victims — identified as Holli Christina Durham, age 36; Branson Durham, age 13; and Baron Durham, age 13 — were found dead of apparent stab wounds inside a house in Munford, Alabama, the Talladega County Sheriff’s Office said. The victims’ son and older brother, 16-year-old Landon Durham, faces a capital murder charge for all three killings, Talladega County District Attorney Steve Giddens told CNN […]

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