• Report: More Than 1,000 Children Abused By Catholic Priests, Including Clergyman Relocated To Los Angeles, San Diego

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (CBSLA/CBS News) — More than 1,000 children — and possibly many more — were molested by hundreds of Roman Catholic priests in six Pennsylvania dioceses, while senior church officials took steps to cover it up, according to a landmark grand jury report released Tuesday.
    The grand jury said it believes the “real number” of abused children might be “in the thousands” since some records were lost and victims were afraid to come forward.
  • Los Angeles Is First In US To Install Subway Body Scanners

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Los Angeles’ subway will become the first mass transit system in the U.S. to install body scanners that screen passengers for weapons and explosives, officials said Tuesday.
    The deployment of the portable scanners, which project waves to do full-body screenings of passengers walking through a station without slowing them down, will happen in the coming months, said Alex Wiggins, who runs the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s law enfor
  • Police Officer Seen Punching Man On Video Indicted On Assault Charges

    BALTIMORE (CBS Baltimore/WJZ) — A former Baltimore Police Department officer seen on video punching a man repeatedly has been indicted on assault charges.
    Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby announced Tuesday that the officer, who has been identified as Arthur Williams by attorney Warren Brown, has been charged with first- and second-degree assault, as well as misconduct in office.
    Penalty for 1st degree assault 25 years in prison, 2nd-degree assault—10 years; Former
  • Taiwanese President Ing-Wen Makes Rare Stopover In LA En Route To Latin America

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA/AP) – The president of Taiwan was briefly in Los Angeles this week as part of an eight-day swing through Paraguay and Belize.
    Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen spoke Monday at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library, marking the first time in 15 years that a Taiwanese leader has spoken publicly on U.S. soil, according to reports.
    The move was expected to roil Beijing, which views Taiwan as part of Chinese territory despite a civil war in 1949 that saw the two sides split.
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  • Report: Man Who Followed Teen Into Restroom Beaten, Killed By Girl’s Father

    Phoenix, AZ (CBS Local)- An Arizona man has been accused of beating and killing the man who attempted to enter a bathroom stall that his daughter was in.
    According to ABC 15, 40-year-old Melvin Harris has been charged with second-degree murder after confronting and beating the man outside a Quick Trip store in the Phoenix area on August 2nd.
    Police told the station that Harris went to pick up his daughter and her friends at the store at around 11:30 p.m. on the night of August 2nd.
    After Harris
  • Police Seek Suspect Who Sexually Battered Woman At Riverside Taco Shop

    RIVERSIDE (CBSLA) – Authorities have released a surveillance photo of a man wanted for committing a sexual battery at a taco shop in downtown Riverside earlier this year.
    (Riverside Police Department)
    The crime occurred on the evening of May 18 at the Taco Station, located in the 4000 block of Mission Inn Avenue.
    The suspect approached a woman inside the eatery and grabbed her breast, police said. He then fled in a black-colored newer-model Jeep.
    The man was described as Hispanic, in his l
  • Police Warn Parents: Predators Using Online Games To Meet, Lure Children

    LAPEER COUNTY, Mich. (CBS Local) – Police are warning parents that child predators may be trying to use online games to meet kids in the real world.
    In a post by the Lapeer County Sheriff’s Department in Michigan on Facebook, authorities warn that there have been “multiple reports” of strangers attempting to set up meetings with minors through online video games. “Predators will use every avenue possible to reach minor children and use a bait tactic to bui
  • Stolen $100K Custom Cello Found, Returned To LA Musician

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – A rare $100,000 custom cello stolen from a prominent Los Angeles classical musician last week has been found.
    On the night of Aug. 8, the valuable string instrument was stolen from the San Diego hotel room of John Walz, the principal cellist for the Los Angeles Opera.
    The cello was taken during a burglary of Walz room at the Town and Country Hotel in the neighborhood of Mission Valley, according to San Diego police.
    Walz wrote on Facebook that he had gone out to dinne
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  • Suicide Survivor Gets ‘Ultimate Second Chance’ After Historic Face Transplant

    CLEVELAND (CBS Local) – A young woman who attempted suicide has been given a new lease on life one year after becoming the youngest person to undergo a face transplant in the U.S.
    Katie Stubblefield was 18 when she shot herself with a rifle in her Mississippi home. The gunshot destroyed the teen’s face and required extensive surgery to save her life.
    After three years of reconstructive surgery and rehab, doctors at the Cleveland Clinic performed a total face transplant on the 21
  • Aretha Franklin Is In Home Hospice Care, Source Says

    (CBS News) — A source close to Aretha Franklin’s family told CBS News the legendary singer is seriously ill. Franklin, who is 76, has battled health problems for several years.
    CBS News’ Vladimir Duthiers reports from the Queen of Soul’s hometown of Detroit. It was there that Franklin discovered her legendary voice at the New Bethel Baptist Church, where her father was a minister.
    Even as her music style changed, her gospel roots stayed with her. Pastor Robert Smith
  • Ariana Grande And James Corden Melt Hearts With Musical Ode To ‘Titanic’

    (CNN) — James Corden’s latest musical celebrity segment will have you swimming in emotions.
    On Monday night’s “Late Late Show with James Corden,” the late-night host and superstar singer Ariana Grande teamed up for a 13-song tribute to “Titanic” that relived the movie’s plotline through tunes like “Come Sail Away” by Styx, “Rich Girl” by Hall & Oats and, naturally, “Ice Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice.
    Grande took t
  • Four Teens Arrested In Series Of Armed Robberies In San Bernardino, Riverside Counties

    FONTANA (CBSLA) – Four teen boys have been arrested in a spree of at least 15 armed robberies over a two-week period in Riverside and San Bernardino counties.
    Fontana police report that the juvenile suspects were identified and apprehended last week.
    According to police, the robberies began on July 23 and ran through Aug. 6. The suspects would rob pedestrians at gunpoint, brandishing handguns at the victims and stealing personal property.
    Surveillance photos of vehicles believed to have be
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  • Ethan Peck To Join ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ As Spock

    CBS has announced that Ethan Peck will join the cast of Star Trek: Discovery as the legendary “Spock.” The character “Spock,” is a half-human, half-Vulcan Science Officer of the U.S.S. Enterprise, and foster brother of “Michael Burnham.”
    “Through 52 years of television and film, a parallel universe and a mirror universe, Mr. Spock remains the only member of the original bridge crew to span every era of Star Trek,” said Executive Producer Alex Kurtz
  • House From Twilight Movie Put Up For Sale In Oregon

    St. Helens, OR (CBS Local)- Fans of the “Twilight” series now have a chance to own a part of the movie history.
    According to KATU, one of the houses used in the filming of the movies has been put up for sale in St. Helens, Oregon. The house, located at 184 6th Street, was home to the main character, Bella, played by Kristin Stewart, in the movie series.
    St. Helens was home to much of the filming for the movie and several other spots in the town could be seen in the film. The owner of
  • Scooters Set On Fire, Thrown Into Ocean By People Fed Up With Clutter

    LOS ANGELES (CBS Local) – Dockless scooters may be a free way to get around California, but many locals are allegedly choosing to destroy the shareable vehicles instead.
    According to a report in the Los Angeles Times, people in several cities are so fed up with the free scooters being left piled up on sidewalks that they’re being burned, crushed, and even thrown into the Pacific Ocean.
    “They throw them everywhere: in the ocean, in the sand, in the trash can,” Ve
  • Today Is The First Day Of School For Los Angeles Students, New Superintendent

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — School is back in session today for more than half a million Los Angeles Unified School District students.
    Tuesday marks the first school year for Austin Beutner as LAUSD superintendent, and he plans to visit several campuses and district facilities throughout the day.
    Before students even arrived on campus, they were being cheered on via a recorded message sent out from some of LA’s sports stars. The Dodgers’ Manny Mechado, the Sparks’ Allyson
  • Teen’s Headache Turns Out To Be Rare, Life-Threatening Illness

    IOWA CITY, Iowa (CBS Local) – An Iowa teen dealing with headaches is now fighting for his life after doctors discovered he was actually suffering from a rare brain disease.
    Christopher Bunch told his parents he had a headache on Aug. 6, but decided to go to football practice anyway. When the pain did not go away, the 14-year-old’s coaches reportedly sat him down for the remainder of practice before going home.
    According to the boy’s parents, that’s when Bunch went to
  • Riverside Sheriff’s Investigators Seeking Out Victims Of Suspected Police Impersonator

    HEMET (CBSLA) — A Hemet man arrested on weapons and child endangerment charges had items investigators say indicate he may have been impersonating a police officer in the Riverside County area.
    Jeovanny Landeros, 24, was arrested Saturday morning on suspicion of having an assault rifle, ammunition and for child endangerment. But he also had a law enforcement badge and equipment, according to the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department.
    Moreover, Landeros’ car, a 2015 white M
  • ‘The 100’ Star Marie Avgeropoulos Arrested On Felony Domestic Violence In Glendale

    GLENDALE (CBSLA) – A 32-year-old actress best known for the television series “The 100” was arrested on felony domestic violence charges last week in Glendale.
    Marie Avgeropoulos speaks onstage at Comic-Con International 2017 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 21, 2017. (Getty Images)
    Marie Avgeropoulos was taken into custody by Glendale police in the early morning hours of Aug. 5, according to Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department inmate records.
    Avgeropoulos w
  • 4-Day School Week Means Longer Days For Some Denver-Area Students

    THORNTON, Colo. (CBS4)– Students in School District 27-J north of the Denver metro area started their first full week of school Tuesday morning, which means they’re only going to class four days a week.The move could save the district millions of dollars in the coming years, while also giving longer weekends to staff and students.
    (credit: CBS)
    Incoming students at Riverdale Ridge High School, the district’s newest high school, headed to class for their new schedule on Tuesday
  • At Least 22 Killed In Italy Bridge Collapse

    MILAN (CBS News/AP) – A bridge on a main highway linking Italy with France collapsed Tuesday in the Italian port city of Genoa during a sudden, violent storm, sending vehicles plunging almost 300 feet into a heap of rubble below.
    A collapsed section of the raised A10 highway in Genoa, Italy. (Red Cross)
    Italy’s Deputy Transport Minister Edoardo Rixi said on Italian television that at least 22 people were confirmed dead and eight more injured. He said the toll would likely rise furthe
  • Bud Light Installs ‘Victory Fridges’ For When Cleveland Browns Win A Game

    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Bud Light is betting that the Cleveland Browns will at least win one game this season.
    They’ve teamed up with ten Cleveland bars to install “Victory Fridges” full of Bud Light that will automatically unlock when the Browns win their first regular season game of the year.
    Bud Light says the “Victory Fridges” are smart-technology refrigerators that will automatically unlock after the Browns capture their first regular-season victory in 2018.
  • Man Shot To Death Near Century High In Santa Ana May Have Been Carjacked

    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A man found shot to death at a Santa Ana gas station near a high school Tuesday morning may have been the victim of a botched carjacking.
    Police responding to a call of shots fired at about 2 a.m. found the man in the 1400 block of Wilshire Avenue, Santa Ana Cpl. Anthony Bertagna. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
    The man had been found shot to death outside of his car. Police say he was apparently pumping gas at a station on Edinger Avenue and Grand Street when
  • Only On 2: Video Shows Man Touching, Exposing Himself On Expo Line Train

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — A woman headed home on the Expo Line late Monday night got an unwelcome show – a man touching and exposing himself through his shorts.
    So the woman whipped hers out – a cell phone. She recorded video of the man reclining on the seat with his back against the train, one foot up on the seat, his elbow resting on his knee.
    The lewd display happened at about 10:45 p.m. Monday on the Expo Line out of the Sepulveda station. The man wore sunglasses, a black
  • NFL Training Camp: What To Expect From The NY & LA Teams This Season

    Ryan Mayer
    NFL teams have all gotten their first preseason games under their belt and are now gearing up for game number two. As we get deeper into camp, the positional battles become more important, fringe players are fighting for a roster spot, and rookies are proving whether or not they belong in the starting lineup at the beginning of the regular season.
    In New York, both the Giants and the Jets are hoping that their first round picks can make an impact this season. For the G-men, it’s
  • Dodgers Bullpen Still Struggling, Loses To Giants 5-2

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bruce Bochy seemed uncertain how to respond to the question.
    The Giants had just rallied for four runs with two outs in the ninth inning Monday night against the Los Angeles Dodgers’ beleaguered bullpen for a 5-2 victory.
    And then someone asked San Francisco’s manager if he felt sorry for the Dodgers, whose bullpen lost its fourth consecutive game with closer Kenley Jansen on the disabled list.
    “Excuse me?” Bochy said.
    Then came the laughter.
  • LAPD Looking Into Video Of Man Who Spanked Hippo At LA Zoo

    STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) — He might have done it for the Instragram, or YouTube fame but now a man who crossed a barricade guarding a hippopotamus enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo is looking at potential trespassing charges after he was filmed spanking one of the animals.
    Video shows the man climbing the fence outside the hippo enclosure at the LA Zoo and sneaking up on two hippos, named Rosie and Mara. The man’s approach is very cautious, and then when finally close enough, he slap
  • Bird Scooters Protests Santa Monica Snub

    SANTA MONICA (CBSLA) — Bird scooters has shut its service down in Santa Monica.
    As CBSLA’s Jeff Nguyen reports, the company is staging a protest because the local start-up failed to top the list following an application review by a city committee for its electric bike and scooter program which is launching next month.
    Lime scooters also failed to make the cut.
    So who did?
    Lyft and Uber — which owns a company called Jump. They got the best scores after the city council
  • VIDEO: Teens Steal $8K Worth Of Merchandise From T-Mobile Store; Second Robbery In As Many Weeks In Garden Grove

    Video of three men, possibly two teens and an adult, robbing a T-Mobile store in Garden Grove, Aug. 13, 2018 (SOURCE: Garden Grove Police Dept.)
    GARDEN GROVE — Police are looking for a trio of burglars who were recorded robbing a T-Mobile store in Orange County.
    Cell phone video shows what appear to be two teens and an adult pulling phones and other items from the displays at the store located on the 12000 block of Brookhurst Street just before 3 p.m. Monday. Police said the three sus
  • Angels Score 4 Runs In 10th Inning, Beat Padres 6-3

    SAN DIEGO (AP) — Kole Calhoun hit a tiebreaking double in the 10th inning and Justin Upton added a two-run homer to cap a four-run rally that carried the Los Angeles Angels past the San Diego Padres 6-3 on Monday night.
    Jose Briceno homered early for the Angels, who got 7 1/3 solid innings from starter Andrew Heaney. Upton robbed pinch-hitter Eric Hosmer of a go-ahead homer in the eighth, making a catch above the left-field wall to leave Hosmer with a tying sacrifice fly.
    Calhoun drove in
  • Man Charged With Manslaughter In ‘Stand Your Ground’ Shooting

    Michael Drejka (SOURCE: Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office)
    (CBS News) — The man accused of fatally shooting a black father at a parking lot in Clearwater, Florida, was arrested on manslaughter charges Monday, authorities said. The shooting of Markeis McGlockton reignited the debate over Florida’s “stand your ground law” after the local sheriff’s office declined to bring charges in the case last month.
    Michael Drejka, 47, was arrested and booked into t
  • Report: LAPD Looking Into Video Of Man Who Spanked Hippo At LA Zoo

    15-month-old Rosie the hippopotamus and mother Mara in 2016 (SOURCE: L.A. Zoo/YouTube)
    STUDIO CITY (CBSLA) — He might have done it for the ‘Gram, but now a man who crossed a barricade guarding a hippopotamus enclosure at the Los Angeles Zoo is looking at potential trespassing charges after he was filmed spanking one of the animals.
    The Los Angeles Times reports the video started making the rounds on social media last week. It shows a man slowly climbing a metal guardrail, inchin
  • Teens Arrested For Allegedly Kicking, Spitting, Throwing Coffee Pots At Motel 6 Staff

    CLAREMONT (CBSLA) – A violent disturbance at a Claremont motel – which included the suspects allegedly throwing coffee pots and other items at staff members – led to the arrests of six people, including three juveniles, police said Monday.
    The incident occurred Sunday afternoon at a Motel 6 at 840 S. Indian Hill Blvd. to investigate a report of people screaming at motel employees, according to Claremont Police Capt. Aaron Fate.
    When officers arrived, they found a group of men &
  • NASA Astronauts Visit SpaceX

    HAWTHORNE (CBSLA) — NASA astronauts paid a visit to SpaceX headquarters in Hawthorne Monday.
    As CBSLA’s Lisa Sigell reports, they met with engineers ahead of the company’s first Crew Dragon mission to the International Space Station.
    “I’m overjoyed. This truly is a test pilot’s dream and I’m excited about the whole thing,” said NASA astronaut Victor Glover.
    For seven years American astronauts have had to hitch rides into space on Russian
  • ‘Who’s Running This Country?’: Omarosa’s Recording Shows Trump’s Regret Over Her Firing, Claims To Have More Recordings

    In the latest audio recording released by former Trump adviser Omarosa Manigault Newman, the president said he did not "love" that she was let go by White House Chief of Staff John Kelly. Trump lambasted the former "Apprentice" contestant on Twitter Monday.
  • Former LA Sheriff’s Deputy Pleads Guilty To Planning To Transport Cocaine, Meth For $250K

    STUDIO CTY (CBSLA) — A former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputy has pleaded guilty to charges of planning to transport and deliver drugs for a quarter-million-dollar fee.
    Kenneth Collins, 50, of Chino pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute drugs following a undercover sting operation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation last year. Collins and three other men were arrested in January.
    Collins and the men stood accused of agreeing to transport 58 pounds of cocaine and meth
  • McDonald’s Investing $390M In California Restaurants

    LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) — McDonald’s is making a super-sized commitment to California.
    The fast-food chain announced on Monday a $390 million investment through 2019 to modernize more than 550 restaurants across the Golden State.
    “This is an exciting time for McDonald’s and we’re proud to be making significant investments in our neighborhoods to provide a new experience for our California guests,” said Clay Paschen, California McDonald’s Owner
  • Voice Coach Who Fled To UK Before Child Molestation Trial Held On $60M Bail

    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A fugitive wanted for molesting a boy while working as a voice coach for a famous children’s choir has been brought back to the U.S. was in court Monday.
    Roger Giese, now 43, fled the U.S. in 2007 – abandoning his family – and was subsequently placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. He left the country just before he was set to be put on trial for child molestation.
    He was ordered held on $60 million bail pending his arraignment, which was res
  • Accused Golden State Killer Charged For First Murder In 1975

    VISALIA (CBS SF/CBS News) — The alleged Golden State Killer was charged Monday with what investigators believe was his very first murder during a crime spree as the “Vasalia Ransacker.”
    Vasalia Police Chief Jason Salazar said Joseph DeAngelo was being charged in the fatal shooting of Claude Snelling, who was killed as he attempted to stop the abduction of his daughter in September 1975.
    Salazar said the slaying came during a span from April 1974 to December 1975 when
  • Scientists Accidentally Create Treatment That May Stop Obesity

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBS Local) – A failed experiment may have accidentally created a new treatment that could allow humans to eat whatever they want without gaining weight.
    Researchers at Yale University were reportedly trying to create morbidly obese mice by feeding them a high-fat diet, however, a pair of missing genes kept that from happening. “We created a mouse that eats fat but doesn’t get fat,” cardiology professor Anne Eichmann said in a universi
  • Alligator Hunting Allowed In North Carolina For First Time In 45 Years

    RALEIGH, N.C. (CBS Local) – For the first time in nearly five decades, a small group of hunters in North Carolina will be able to hunt alligators this year.
    The state’s Wildlife Resources Commission is allowing residents to hunt in Hyde County starting on Sept. 1, marking the first legal hunt in 45 years. There’s a big catch to this plan however: only 20 permits will be given out for the month-long hunt.
    Hundreds of hunters have reportedly already applied for the
  • Bodycam Video Shows Officers Rescue Animals From Fast-Moving Brush Fire

    VACAVILLE (CBS Sacramento/CBSLA) — Newly-released body camera video shows police officers rescuing cats and dogs from an SPCA shelter as flames from a nearby brush fire drew dangerously close.
    In the chaotic moments on Friday when the Nelson Fire first started bearing down in Solano County, officers from the Vacaville Police Department jumped into action.
    Right in the path of the fire was the SPCA of Solano County, housing dozens of animals.
    With smoke just off in the distance, office
  • California Supreme Court Rejects Effort To Open Up Police To Lawsuits Over Chases

    SAN FRANCISCO (CBSLA/AP) — The California Supreme Court has rejected a lawsuit that could have made it easier to hold police liable for crashes during pursuits.
    The court ruled unanimously on Monday that law enforcement agencies in the state are protected from lawsuits in those cases even if every officer has not attested to having read the agency’s pursuit policy.
    The ruling came in a lawsuit against the Southern California city of Gardena by Irma Ramirez, whose son was killed in 20
  • Disney Imagineer Identified As Pilot Killed In Sylmar Plane Crash

    SYLMAR (CBSLA) — Federal investigators will comb through the wreckage Monday of a small plane that crashed into a Sylmar field, killing the pilot.
    Scott Fraser Watson, 55, of Marina Del Rey, was killed when his plane crashed into a field right alongside the 5 Freeway in Sylmar Sunday afternoon. The father of three was pronounced dead at the scene.
    Several motorists on the freeway reportedly stopped and ran down the freeway to try to help the pilot before emergency services arrived. Tr
  • Report: Google Is Probably Tracking Your Movements, Like It Or Not

    (CNET) – Going off the grid with Google is harder than you might expect.
    Google services on Android devices and iPhones track and store your location data even if you turn location history off in your privacy settings, according to an Associated Press investigation.
    You can turn off location history any time, but some Google apps still store your time-stamped location data, the AP reported. Google also reportedly uses this location data to targe
  • Accused Golden State Killer To Be Charged For First Murder In 1975

    VISALIA (CBS News) — CBS News has learned the alleged Golden State Killer will be charged Monday for what investigators believe was his very first murder. Joseph DeAngelo is accused of shooting Claude Snelling in Visalia, California, in 1975. The district attorney and police chief will announce the new charges. Detectives say his criminal behavior escalated in the small farming town, from sadistic burglar to notorious serial killer.
    “In my heart, I believe he’s t
  • Cooler Temperatures, Higher Humidity Help Firefighters Battle Holy Fire

    TRABUCO CANYON (CBSLA) — Lower temperatures and higher humidity over the weekend helped firefighters gain ground on the week-old Holy Fire burning in the Cleveland National Forest.
    Since the wildfire broke out last Monday in Orange County, it has scorched 22,714 acres and is 52 percent contained as of Monday morning.
    #Holyfire The Fire is at 22,714 acres and remains at 52% containment this morning
    — Cleveland NF (@ClevelandNF) August 13, 2018Evacuations were lifted for Glen Eden
  • Voice Coach Who Fled To UK Before Child Molestation Trial Returned To Orange County

    SANTA ANA (CBSLA) — A fugitive wanted for molesting a boy while working as a voice coach for a famous children’s choir has been brought back to the U.S. and is scheduled to appear in court Monday.
    An undated, more recent photo of Roger Giese. (credit: CBS)
    Roger Giese, now 43, fled the U.S. in 2007 – abandoning his family – and was subsequently placed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. He left the country just before he was set to be put on trial for child molestat
  • Couple’s ‘Empty Nest’ Reveal Photo Goes Viral

    OHIO (CBS Local) – A couple in Ohio is celebrating the next chapter of their lives with a funny photo reveal.In 2018, it’s common to see a gender reveal, pregnancy or wedding announcement photo on social media.
    But what comes next? Well, Vicky Piper and her husband decided to reveal to family and friends that they are expecting… an empty nest!
    The funny photo showed the happy couple holding a sign that reads, “Empty nest August 2018.”
    “20 years ago we di
  • This Week In Golf: Koepka Holds Off Tiger, Wins PGA Championship

    By Sam McPherson
    Brooks Koepka won the 100th PGA Championship on Sunday at Bellerive Country Club outside of St. Louis, and in doing so, he became one of just five golfers in history to win the U.S. Open and the PGA in the same season. Ironically, one of those other golfers, Tiger Woods, finished second, coming up just short in his quest to win a major tournament more than ten years after winning his last one. Koepka barely blinked in a fourth round he started with a two-shot lead, shooting 66 t

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