Once the sun goes down, our rain chances go up as cold air plunges down along a back-door cold front and a mid-level low slides by in West Virginia. … [Read more...] about Pittsburgh Weather: Overnight Rain Chances On The Way
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BOSTON (CBS) – What a day to get outside and enjoy! Today will feature mostly sunny skies and dry conditions. It will be chilly in the morning with temps in the 30s, but expect the mercury to rise through the 40s late morning to the low to mid 50s inland by this afternoon. … [Read more...] about Boston Weather: Wall To Wall Sunshine
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Rask was at his best while Boston killed off four power plays, dropping St. Louis to 1 for 18 with the man advantage for the series. He smothered a big Colton Parayko slap shot with Chara in the box near the end of the first period, and made a fancy glove stop on an even-strength try for Brayden Schenn 7:42 in the second. … [Read more...] about Boston Bruins force Stanley Cup Game 7 with win over St. Louis Blues
Complicating matters for owners, not all of whom own their own arenas, is the potential for paying the likes of ticket handlers and popcorn venders again once the games are rescheduled. "Do we pay them twice?' I personally don't care. That's fine," Cuban told the New York Times. … [Read more...] about The NBA could lose billions this season. Who will eat that loss?