Father of NFL player James White killed in car crash, mother in critical condition

New England Patriots running back James White was on the minds of teammates and fans on Sunday night when he did not play in the game after learning his father died in a car crash in Florida earlier in the day.

White was inactive for New England’s 35-30 loss to the Seattle Seahawks following a crash in Broward County at 1 p.m. on Sunday that claimed the life of his father, Miami-Dade police captain Tyrone White, and put two others in the hospital, according to NBC 6 in Florida.

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Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio announced the sad news on the broadcast before Sunday night’s kickoff, and the Miami-Dade Police Department added that White’s mother, Lisa, remains hospitalized following the crash. NBC Sports reported she is in critical condition.

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WatchOS 7: All the new tricks your Apple Watch just learned how to do


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This story is part of WWDC 2020. All the latest coverage from Apple’s WWDC annual developers conference.

The Apple Watch ($399 at Apple) is learning some new tricks in WatchOS 7. Apple announced its latest software updates in June at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference and gave a sneak peek at the new features coming to its Apple Watches, then released the new operating system to the public in September. The update includes a fresh batch of watch faces, new workout options and native sleep tracking — the last of which has been highly anticipated for many years. 

These features will be compatible only with the Apple Watch Series 3 ($199 at Apple) or later, however, and some features are exclusive to the Series 5. Here’s a breakdown of 10 key new Apple Watch features I can’t wait to try.

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In his second attempt in as many days, Swiss man sets world record for longest bicycle wheelie in one hour

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again … in the same weekend.

A new world record was set Saturday for the longest distance traveled while riding a bicycle on a wheelie in one hour. Manuel Scheidegger, a Swiss free rider, traveled around a track measured at 30.95 kilometers (19.23 miles) in the span of one hour to beat the previous record of 25.86 km (16.06 miles).

Pinkbike.com notes that it was actually Scheidegger’s second attempt at breaking the world record this past weekend. He tried once on Friday and made it for about 45 minutes before a mechanical issue forced him to drop his front wheel, naturally ending his run. He returned early Saturday morning with his team to go for glory.

For 60 minutes, Scheidegger rode over 77 laps on a 400-meter track with one wheel up in the air and one person following him — they

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Suspect In Vehicle Theft And Robbery Arrested After Pursuit

A 30-year-old Santa Rosa man suspected in a car theft Saturday in Rohnert Park was arrested in Petaluma and faces numerous charges, including vehicle theft, robbery with a knife, and evading arrest, the Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office said.

After stealing the car, Troy Kobylinski allegedly drove to the south end of Petaluma and assaulted a woman at Lucchesi Park, throwing her to the ground, jumping on top of her and brandishing a knife, Petaluma police said. He fled with her purse, cellphone and other belongings.

The robbery, reported to police at 3:45 p.m., left the woman with several injuries and she was taken to the hospital.

“The victim and Kobylinski do not know each other and it is unknown why he chose to attack her,” Petaluma police said.

While police were investigating the robbery at the park, it was reported that a man Kobylinski’s description unsuccessfully attempted to steal a

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Goldman Sachs: These 3 Stocks Are Poised to Surge by at Least 50%

Is it time for the bears to break out the champagne glasses? Not so fast, says Goldman Sachs. Volatility has ruled the Street for the last few weeks, leading some to conclude that those with a more pessimistic outlook had been vindicated, but the firm believes stocks can still climb higher.According to Goldman Sachs’ head of U.S. equity strategy, David Kostin, the S&P 500 could still hit 3,600 by the end of the year, and 3,800 by mid-2021, on the back of vaccine-related optimism and progress with the economic reopening. This would reflect gains of 10% and 16%, respectively, should the index ultimately reach these targets.“Despite the sharp sell-off in the past week, we remain optimistic about the path of the U.S. equity market in coming months. The Superforecaster probability of a mass-distributed vaccine by Q1

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Motor racing-Perez could miss out on Sochi upgrade after Stroll crash

Sept 14 (Reuters) – Racing Point will have their work cut out to get an upgrade onto Sergio Perez’s car in Russia next week after Lance Stroll crashed in Sunday’s Tuscan Grand Prix.

Stroll’s RP20 car was the only one with the new package at the Italian circuit but the Formula One team had hoped to provide the same parts to Mexican Perez in Sochi.

“He (Stroll) did have the upgrade so now we’re going to have to do a lot of work to get enough parts together for both of them to have the upgrade in Russia,” said team principal Otmar Szafnauer.

The team owned by Stroll’s father had only enough spares to run one car with the upgrade in Mugello.

If they do not have enough for both, then the Mexican — who is leaving at the end of the year to make way for Sebastian Vettel –

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Tire Discounters Helped Secure Essential Status for Ohio Tire Dealers | 2020-09-14


The question was top of mind during the early days of COVID-19: would tire dealerships be classified as essential businesses or not? 

While some waited for an answer, Tire Discounters saw an opportunity to educate government officials in its home state of Ohio, including Governor Mike DeWine, who would impose strict stay-at-home orders on March 23.

Working with the Ohio Council of Retail Merchants and the Ohio Tire & Automotive Association, Tire Discounters President and CEO Jamie Ward helped mount a campaign to convince DeWine that tire dealerships and auto service facilities were critical to keeping frontline workers mobile during the pandemic.  “My daughter is a nurse,” says Ward. “And it hit home pretty clearly that she needed to get to work.”

Ward and other association members “immediately began talking about how to ensure that our businesses were categorized as essential. We were really concerned that the tire and auto

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Construction begins on multi-use trail at Fellows Lake


Construction of a new 6.65-mile long mountain biking and walking trail at Fellows Lake will start Monday, the first phase in an eventual 33-mile, $1.8 million trail expansion north of Springfield.

It will be the newest major recreation improvement at Fellows Lake, which this winter will also see its aging boat marina replaced by City Utilities and a new playground constructed nearby in a separate project.

The “Dirt 66” mountain bike/walking trail project is being funded by Springfield-based TrailSpring, Inc., a nonprofit that has been working to expand biking opportunities in the Springfield area.

“The Dirt 66 Trail System is designed to accommodate entry-level beginners, primarily moderate, and a few advanced trails,” said Jessica Pearson, executive director of TrailSpring. “The Dirt 66 Trails are going to change the dynamic for the region by improving quality of life and creating new economic activity.”

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Teenager fighting for his life after falling from off-road bike, travelling across carriageway and colliding with tree

A teenager is fighting for his life in hospital following a serious off-road bike collision in Wigan.

Police were called to a crash on Warrington Road in Ince at around 4.40pm on Sunday, August 30.

The accident happened near to the junction with Dale Street.

An 18-year-old man suffered serious injuries after falling off of an orange KTM 200 EXC off-road bike before travelling across the carriageway and colliding with a tree.

Emergency services attended and he was taken to hospital with a serious head injury where he remains in a life-threatening condition.

No arrests have been made and enquiries are ongoing, a spokesman for GMP said.

Police Constable Karl Horner, of GMP’s Serious Collision Investigation Unit, said: “This is a tragic accident which has sadly left a man fighting for his life, and we are keen to establish the full circumstances surrounding this collision.

“This collision happened on a

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Stock Custom Homes constructing estate home in Port Royal

Pushing the Envelope, Special to Naples Daily News
Published 6:00 a.m. ET Sept. 12, 2020


Stock Custom Homes, the award-winning luxury homebuilding division of Stock Development, is currently constructing a 6,291-square-foot under-air residence at 4115 Cutlass Lane in Port Royal. The property will contain five bedrooms and a bonus room, six full bathrooms, a powder bath, and a pool bath, plus a three-car garage.

Upon entry into the foyer, guests will have a clear line of sight through the generous great room to the beautiful, expansive outdoor living space complete with a summer kitchen. This open layout maximizes the possibilities for indoor-outdoor living and entertainment. A standout feature on the first floor, also

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