Today is Friday September 30, 2016
logo graphic
logo graphic
listen live graphic
092916_getty_garnett-938da4ed87d0af24e9e1df3b85efe430f13eb223

Cavaliers Head Coach: Approached Kevin Garnett About Coaching Position

Stacy Revere/Getty Images(INDEPENDENCE, Ohio) – Cleveland Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue says he’s invited recently-retired Kevin Garnett to join his coaching staff.“I talked to him about it,” Lue said Thursday. "I know his wife is pushing for it a lot. Brandi is pushing for it, trying to get him to come and coach. He says he's not ready yet. He goes back -- 'I might do it' -- but he's back and forth. We'll see. But I'd definitely make a spot for him if he ...

Read More

090616_YVYV_CLINTON_TRUMP_ABC-0fcb6fa8b4521a4c563c51600c817beb7906ed0e

Donald Trump Suggests Hillary Clinton Received FBI ‘Immunity’ Over Emails

ABC News(BEDORD, N.H.) -- Almost three months after the FBI declined to recommend charges be brought against Hillary Clinton for her use of a private email account while serving as secretary of state, Donald Trump on Thursday suggested that the Democratic candidate for president "probably" received “immunity” in the case.Trump provided no specific evidence for his assertion, and ABC News has found no information to corroborate it.Trump leveled the claim at a campaign rally in New Hampshire while referring to testimony given Wednesday by FBI ...

Read More

092916_thinkstock_bacteria-3c3dd5cbdb973395387a395ce3c4a2edc485718a

Memphis Health Officials Investigating Legionnaires' Outbreak

solarseven/iStock/Thinkstock(MEMPHIS, Tenn.) -- Health officials in Tennessee are attempting to reach out to six thousand people who may have been exposed to Legionnaires’ disease at a Memphis hotel.There are six confirmed cases of the disease linked to the LaQuinta Inn in South Memphis and Shelby County health officials are trying to make contact with thousands of guests who booked reservations at the hotel between July and September.“It is a pneumonia with cough and fever requiring antibiotics to cure you of it, and may require hospitalization ...

Read More

062816_YVYV2016-ae980ecfeecedde9717ac822828ea8776d98f1cd

Voters Choosing Among 'Lesser of Two Evils,' Survey Finds

ABC News(DES MOINES, Iowa) -- During a campaign stop in Des Moines, Iowa on Thursday, Hillary Clinton called attention to a common theme in this contentious presidential campaign season: voting for one candidate solely because of a disdain for the other.“I want this election to be about something, not against somebody,” Clinton said to a crowd of 2,000 at an outdoor park where Trump supporters protested across the street.A Pew study on voter preferences last week reported findings that highlight the discord in the election ...

Read More

Getty_091916_WallStreet.-38efc2a5640e9e12053b147d6ebc316a88c6cfd1

Markets Finish Flat on Thursday

Getty Images(NEW YORK) -- A projected price increase pushed stocks lower on Thursday.The Dow closed down 196 points to close at 18,143.45. The NASDAQ fell 49 to close the session at 5,269.15 and the S&P gave up 20 to end the day at 2,151.13.Healthcare stocks took a plunge with EpiPen maker Mylan giving up more than 2 dollars a share. The stock is down 22 percent as the company's been criticized for repeatedly raising EpiPen's price.Copyright © 2016, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.

Read More

092916_thinkstock_alberta-0154da977642cadb28b40b6bdd370d559aa07ab0

University of Alberta Responds to Racist Signage

jonathansemrok/iStock/Thinkstock(EDMONTON, Canada) -- The University of Alberta found a unique way of responding to a racist incident.  Students and faculty were shocked when someone put up posters of a Sikh man with the phrase “F*** your Turban” and wanted to do something to flight such blatant racism.Rafaela Mancuso and hundreds of others put together and event called “Turban, eh?”“This is more than I thought, they brought everyone,” Mancuso said.People of many ethnic backgrounds had colorful Sikh turbans wound around their heads.“Right now, we’re putting forward ...

Read More

092916_thinkstock_whitehouse-9fa3d85a3eee21a1de9bf0556cd3b1c144b93abd

White House Slams Congress for 'Buyer's Remorse' Over 9/11 Bill

Sean Pavone/iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) -- The White House slammed Congress for questioning the effects of a bill that would allow individuals to sue foreign governments after overriding President Obama's veto of the measure, saying that lawmakers were beginning to have "buyer's remorse" and saying that "ignorance is not an excuse."Republican and Democratic representatives are now saying the measure, which will now allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia for alleged involvement in the attacks, needs to be fixed.“I think what we've seen in the United ...

Read More

Advertisement Advertisement
Advertisement Advertisement



Advertisement


Advertisement
Advertisement

You Tell Me Texas

YTMT Logo $20 trillion for what?

No nation has ever borrowed so much money. No nation has ever spent so much money. Never in human history has so much money been spent with so little to show for having spent it.

Read more... | Visit You Tell Me Texas Blog

Health Connection

UT Health Logo Lifestyle and Looks: Facing the Facts

Getting older isn’t a choice but how we look and feel as we age, to a large extent, is. In this post to HealthConnection.TV, UT Health Northeast plastic surgery expert Dr. James Motlagh discusses lifestyle choices and their effect on how we age.
Read more… | Visit the Health Connection website!