close Video ROOFTOP REVELATIONS: Pastor Brooks and Somali imam discuss shared goal of helping their communities Pastor Brooks sits down with a Somali imam from Minneapolis 281 days since taking to the rooftop to discuss the challenges facing each of their communities. NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! CHICAGO – It has been nearly a year since Pastor Corey Brooks began his rooftop vigil to end gun violence and to raise funds to build his community center. So far, he has raised $20 million. On the 281st day on the roof, he hosted two guests from Twin Cities: civic leader Imam Tawakal Ismail and his friend and interpreter, Faisal Deri. They met to discuss the troubles in their communities and how they may revitalize the American dream. What follows has been lightly edited. We strongly encourage you to watch the accompanying video so you may hear the pastor and his guests in their own words. I'm still on this rooftop, but … [Read more...] about Rooftop Revelations: Pastor Brooks and Somali imam discuss shared goal of helping their communities
This is a carousel. Use Next and Previous buttons to navigate 9 Nobody quite knew what compelled Zachary Didier, a floppy-haired, straight-A high school student from Placer County, to buy what he thought were opioid painkillers from a dealer over Snapchat. But what was likely an impulsive decision, made during a pandemic lockdown, changed everything for the Didier family. Seventeen-year-old Zachary died two days after Christmas in 2020 from intoxication by fentanyl, the cheap and supremely powerful drug often laced into illicit pills that traffickers peddle online. The Rocklin teenager’s father found him sitting at a computer in his bedroom, one arm cradling his head while the other rested on a mouse. Friends Zachary had kept since third grade served as pallbearers at his funeral. An acceptance letter from UCLA arrived three months later. Amid the mourning, Zachary’s death became part of a critical … [Read more...] about A 17-year-old died from a fentanyl-laced pill. Was it an accident or a homicide?
Golfweek is reporting that Saudi-funded LIV Golf, without a U.S. television deal during its inaugural season, is close to an agreement to buy time on FS1. Golfweek cited multiple sources it did not identify in saying the agreement is still being finalized. It would go against what Greg Norman, the CEO and commissioner of LIV Golf, told a Chicago radio station two weeks ago when he said, “We’re talking to four different networks, and live conversations where offers are being put on the table. They can see what we’re delivering.” Fox Sports to declined comment. Networks typically pay a rights fee to broadcast a sport. The PGA Tour, for example, this year began an expanded media rights deal for its tournaments to be shown on CBS, NBC, Golf Channel and ESPN+. The nine-year deal is worth an estimated $7 billion. In this case, LIV Golf would pay for the time slot and be responsible for the cost of production and any advertising to be sold. In some time-buy cases, the deal … [Read more...] about Report: LIV Golf nearing deal to buy TV time on FS1
0 Real Estate Here are the most expensive listings currently on the market in Trussville - one of Birmingham's fastest growing suburbs. Michael Seale , Patch Staff Posted Reply TRUSSVILLE, AL - Trussville is one of the Birmingham area's fastest growing suburbs, and with award-winning schools, a new revitalized downtown district and new homes popping up at a rapid pace, real estate in the area is in high demand. While home prices in Trussville are not on the level of Mountain Brook or Vestavia Hills - which also makes the city more appealing to families - there are some listings on Realtor.com that are in the upper category in regard to listing price. (For more on local real estate and free news alerts for your neighborhood, sign up for your local Patch morning newsletter.) Here are the 5 most expensive listings in Trussville, according to Realtor.com : 6983 Advent Circle: $1.3 million 957 Kayla … [Read more...] about A Look At Trussville’s Most Expensive Properties
0 Restaurants & Bars The popular Mexican restaurant, Taco Mama, is planning to open a Trussville location. Michael Seale , Patch Staff Posted Reply TRUSSVILLE, AL - A popular and growing restaurant chain is expanding again, as plans are under way for Taco mama to open in Trussville. A report by the Birmingham Business Journal said the restaurant’s owners are looking at three locations, one of which is in the city’s downtown entertainment district . Launched in Mountain Brook in 2011, Taco Mama has added a dozen locations in the metro area as well as Tuscaloosa, Huntsville, Auburn, Mobile, Nashville and Greensboro, North Carolina. There has been no announcement as to when the Trussville location would open. Get more local news delivered straight to your inbox. Sign up for free Patch newsletters and alerts. Thank Reply Share Taco Mama Expanding To … [Read more...] about Taco Mama Expanding To Trussville
close Video 9 ACM nominations for Kenny Chesney Kenny Chesney leads pack of ACM nominees; a new addition to the Rascal Flatts family; Lionel Richie's new album comes out in March; big news on Casey James; Kellie Pickler's new album is out; Garth Brooks wins in court NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles! NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Kenny Chesney has relentlessly churned out hit after hit, won accolade after accolade and sold more concert tickets than most performers regardless of genre. Still, few things have affected him like "You and Tequila," his artful and unlikely duet with Grace Potter that he considers "a gift from God." Chesney is up for nine Academy of Country Music Awards on Sunday on the strength of a song that's been a life-changing experience for just about everybody involved -- from songwriters Matraca Berg and Deana Carter to Potter and even Chesney. "That song's been around for a while," Chesney said. "To me it just goes … [Read more...] about ‘Tequila,’ Kenny Chesney the toast of music awards