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  • Chase for the Championship | Clemson rises with key wins in conference play

    Clemson kicked off ACC play by dropping their first three games. But in the last week, the Tigers defeated No. 3 Duke and N.C. State at home. What could match a win against the Blue Devils? Breaking a 60-year-old losing streak. The Tigers won for the first time ever against North Carolina in Chapel Hill over the weekend. A loss that left Tar Heels head coach Roy Williams saying it was the lowest point in his coaching career. Duke’s chance […]

  • Chief Justice, senators sworn in for Trump’s impeachment trial

    WASHINGTON (WFLA) – The U.S. Senate took its first steps to become an impeachment court on Thursday, one day after the House officially handed over the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. House impeachment managers, who are serving as prosecutors in the trial, walked to the Senate around noon on Thursday and formally read the articles of impeachment to the Senate. It was the first of two ceremonial procedures that begin the trial. Later in the day, Chief Justice […]

  • Big Game Bound Week 20: Championship Sunday preview

    (NEXSTAR) — We are down to the final four. This Sunday is Championship Sunday and on “Big Game Bound,” we’re previewing the mega-matchups. The winners will book their ticket to Super Bowl LIV in Miami. In the AFC, star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs host the surprise of the postseason, the No. 6 seed Tennessee Titans. The Chief defense will be tasked with slowing down NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry. Henry has rushed 64 times for 377 […]

  • Owners of vacant home where body of missing Ohio teen was found say they are devastated

    PORT CLINTON, Ohio (WJW) — The owners of the vacant home where missing 14-year-old Ohio boy Harley Dilly’s body was discovered say they are devastated. The family, like so many others in the community, was following the search for the missing Port Clinton teenager. They said they never imagined he would be found inside their chimney. “Our family is heartbroken over this. Not just because it was in our house, but because of the – the outcome is not what […]

  • Wrestler Rocky Johnson, Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson‘s father and WWE Hall of Famer, dies at 75

    SACRAMENTO (KTXL) — Rocky “Soulman” Johnson, WWE Hall of Famer and father of actor Dwayne Johnson, has died at the age of 75, the WWE confirmed Wednesday. Johnson, born Wayde Douglas Bowles, started his career in the 1960’s in the National Wrestling Alliance. He also appeared on Big Time Wrestling, a promotion that taped shows across California, including at KTXL in Sacramento. His career with the WWE began in 1983, where he was one half of the World Champion Tag […]

  • Watch live: House voting to send impeachment to Senate for trial

    WASHINGTON (WFLA) – The U.S. House is set to vote Wednesday to send the articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate for a trial. The vote comes after a month-long standoff between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) over the articles. The House voted to impeach President Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress in December. After the vote, Pelosi said she wouldn’t send the articles to the Senate […]

  • Hidden History: Preserving, celebrating Gullah-Geechee culture

    (WSAV) – On about three acres of land, in the rural town of Riceboro, Ga., sits a gathering place called Geechee Kunda. “We are a museum. We’re a cultural center. We’re a research center. We’re an art gallery. We are like the old praise house; this is where everybody comes to get rejuvenated,” said Dr. Jamal Touré, the resident scholar at Geechee Kunda. Geechee refers to the African-based culture that has survived along coastal Georgia for more than 250 years. […]

  • Hidden History: Baseball’s George Stovey

    (WBRE/WYOU-TV) – One of baseball’s best African American pitchers lived in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. George Stovey’s stats are what baseball legends are made of, but he played in the late 1800’s, a time that put him in the shadows of the ballpark. If George Washington Stovey had been living today, he’d be a household name and a baseball player worth millions, but Stovey was born in Williamsport in 1866, an era when the color of his skin prevented him from playing […]

  • Hidden History: Neighbors share stories of historic Carver Village community

    (WSAV) – Savannah’s Carver Village, once the largest individually-owned housing development for people of color in the world, has officially been recognized as a national landmark. World War II veteran Henry Mack was one of the first people to move to Carver Garden when it was founded in the 1940s. He was 27 years old when he bought the foundation for his home at $4,500. Now, he’s 98. “Wasn’t no Carver Village. I bought the foundation. They’d just started the housing. […]

  • Hidden History: Raising a hymn

    AUGUSTA, Ga. (WJBF) – For more than 100 years, hymns have provided messages and music. As music has evolved, so have the traditional sounds inside churches. But one group has found a way to keep history alive through their music. Inside Greater Mount Canaan Missionary Baptist Church in Augusta, Ga., an old art form has taken on new life. A musical group called the Disciples of Praise do what’s called “raising hymns.” It’s a form of song known as “call […]

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