Higher-seeded teams won all but two games during Thursday’s play in the second round of the NCAA basketball tournament. VCU and Colorado were the only lower-seeded teams to record victories. Here’s a recap of all of the day’s action in the NCAA tournament:
Looks like infamous “birther” Orly Taitz — who’s been repeatedly thrown out of court for her insistence that President Barack Obama is not a natural-born US citizen — has found herself a soulmate: Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
Lakewood High literacy coach Patricia Schley decided to plan a fun event to help out the 1,400 students who are reading below grade level. The literacy night, planned for Leap Day, was becoming a big deal, but unfortunately, there was one tiny detail that sort of overshadowed the entire evening.
That glorious season is upon us again. The sweetest time of the year…Girl Scout Cookie time. It’s time to find those helpful little scouts and have them hook you up with the seasonal deliciousness that is probably one or two too many boxes of cookies.
If you happen to be a newscaster who isn’t so sure of the material you’re supposed to read, one way of limiting mistakes is concentrating very hard on the Teleprompter. Kara Manelli of WUFT in Gainesville, Florida displays this technique to a T as she finishes a story about a student housing lottery. She’s concentrating so hard, she doesn’t notice the woman behind her awkwardly trying to hide from the camera.
‘The Simpsons,’ that prime time television show we all love, has done the impossible by staying on the air for 22 years and 500 episodes. This exceptional milestone was reached on Sunday evening on Fox. But is it still as good at 500 episodes as it was at 100?
Indianapolis, IN – Game MVP Eli Manning led an 88-yard, go-ahead touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter, and the New York Giants beat the New England Patriots 21-17 to win Super Bowl XLVI on Sunday. The victory was the New York franchise’s fourth Super Bowl title, and its second in five years.
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