Daily Archives: September 2, 2017

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Houston Food Bank Opens: Registered Volunteers and Donations Needed

Crazy as it seems, until today, the Houston Food Bank has not been able to open because of high water surrounding the building, but thankfully it did not endure flooding inside and is finally able to get down to business.

By GWENDOLYN KNAPP

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Photo by State Farm/flickr

Crazy as it seems, until today, the Houston Food Bank has not been able to open because of high water surrounding the building, but thankfully it did not endure flooding inside and is finally able to get down to business. Continue reading

Breaking Down How the Lakers Got Caught Violating the Anti-Tampering Rule

By: MICHAEL MCCANN

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The NBA fined the Los Angeles Lakers $500,000 on Thursday for tampering with the Indiana Pacers. Earlier this year, the Lakers allegedly attempted to persuade Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George, who at the time was under contract with the Pacers and who is set to become a free agent on July 1, 2018, to join the Lakers at the first available opportunity. Continue reading

Chance the Rapper raises $2.2M for 20 CPS schools

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CHICAGO –  A big announcement from Chicago’s very own Chance the Rapper came Friday.

At the Harold Washington Cultural Center in Bronzeville, he unveiled the 20 schools that will benefit from his New Chance Fund. Continue reading