Peacock to stream Royals-Tigers game without announcers
Guardians Tigers Baseball The Comerica Park infield is covered prior to the baseball game between the Detroit Tigers and the Cleveland Guardians was postponed because of rain, Friday, May 27, 2022, in Detroit. He is hoping the July 3 game between the Kansas City Royals and Detroit Tigers on Peacock will reverse that trend. Peacock will not have any announcers in the booth for its streaming coverage of the AL Central matchup from Detroit's Comerica Park. “One of our goals for the Peacock game has been to celebrate the game and the players and everything that makes the sport special. So for this game that kind of gives us an opportunity to celebrate everything that makes baseball special off the field,” Fareed said.wftv.com
Flooding, landslides in China leave 17 dead, 4 missing
CORRECTION China Flooding CORRECTS TOWN - Flood waters sweep through the ancient town of Feng Huang in central China's Hunan province, Saturday, June 4, 2022. State media reported some deaths and missing in flooding in the province. As of late Thursday, 10 people were reported dead and three missing in the floods that have affected around 1.8 million people in the largely rural, mountainous province, Xinhua said. Seven people were confirmed dead in the landslides, one was missing and at least one person was pulled out alive. China regularly experiences flooding during the summer months, most frequently in central and southern areas that tend to receive the most rainfall.wftv.com
Ex-deputy gets 18 years after detainees drown in locked van
A deputy in South Carolina whose police van was swept away by floodwaters in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence, drowning two women seeking mental health treatment trapped in a cage in the back was sentenced Thursday to 18 years in prison. A Marion County jury found former Horry County deputy Stephen Flood guilty of two counts of involuntary manslaughter and two counts of reckless homicide. Judges ordered Wendy Newton, 45, and Nicolette Green, 43, to be involuntarily committed the day they died, but their families said they were not violent.news.yahoo.com
A homeless man was arrested for a 43-cent ‘theft’ of a Mountain Dew. He could face 7 years in prison.
Joseph Sobolewski might have misinterpreted a store's 2 for $3 deal. He underpaid for a Mountain Dew by 43 cents, and because he has old theft convictions, he's being held on $50,000 bond for pocket change.washingtonpost.com