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Southland Conference suspends 8 players for postgame brawl between A&M-Commerce and Incarnate Word

2/21/2024
Punishments have been handed out following a major brawl in college basketball. Correspondent Gethin Coolbaugh has the details.

Duration:00:00:34

Eric Hosmer retires from baseball following a 13-year career and a World Series title

2/21/2024
A former MLB All-Star Game MVP is hanging up his cleats and calling it a career. Correspondent Gethin Coolbaugh has more.

Duration:00:00:34

Chicago Bears add Jennifer King as their 1st ever female assistant coach

2/21/2024
An NFL team is making history with its hiring of a new offensive assistant. Correspondent Gethin Coolbaugh has the story.

Duration:00:00:30

A sand hole collapse in Florida killed a child. Such deaths occur several times a year in the US

2/21/2024
9-1-1 calls released by the Broward County Sheriff's department reveals the emotional calls for help when 7-year-old Sloan Mattingly died Tuesday at Lauderdale-by-the-Sea’s beach when a 4-to-5-foot-deep hole collapsed on her and her 9-year-old brother, Maddox. AP's Lisa Dwyer reports.

Duration:00:00:46

A sand hole collapse in Florida killed a child. Such deaths occur several times a year in the US

2/21/2024
((UPDATED: Police updated the ages again, now-girl 7 boy 9)) The collapse of a sand hole that killed a 7-year-old Indiana girl on a Florida beach is an underrecognized danger that kills and injures several children a year around the country. AP's Lisa Dwyer has more. SOUND COURTESY: WSVN ((attribution is in package))

Duration:00:00:42

A sand hole collapse in Florida killed a child. Such deaths occur several times a year in the US

2/21/2024
The collapse of a sand hole that killed a 5-year-old Indiana girl on a Florida beach is an underrecognized danger that kills and injures several children a year around the country. SOUND COURTESY: WSVN ((attribution is in the package))

Duration:00:00:41

Silent brain changes precede Alzheimer's. Researchers have new clues about which come first

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Ed Donahue reports on new developments in Alzheimers research.

Duration:00:00:53

A sand hole collapse in Florida killed a child. Such deaths occur several times a year in the US

2/21/2024
There are new details from witnesses in the death of a little girl after sand from a hole she dug with a young boy collapsed on them in Florida. SOUND COURTESY: WSVN ((attribution is in the package))

Duration:00:00:46

Stock market today: Wall Street ends mostly higher after a late wave of buying

2/21/2024
A late day surge created a boost on Wall Street. (self open)

Duration:00:00:42

Alabama hospital puts pause on IVF in wake of ruling saying frozen embryos are children

2/21/2024
A large Alabama hospital has paused in vitro fertilization treatments as health care providers weigh the impact of a state court ruling that frozen embryos are the legal equivalent of children.

Duration:00:00:37

Hiker describes 11-hour ordeal after falling on Mount Washington, admits he was 'underprepared'

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Haya Panjwani reports on a hiker who was stuck in severe weather at Mount Washington for hours on end.

Duration:00:00:46

Carter reaches milestone as first living ex-president with official White House Christmas ornament

2/21/2024
AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports Jimmy Carter has reached another milestone as he remains in hospice care.

Duration:00:00:57

Boeing ousts head of 737 jetliner program weeks after panel blowout on a flight over Oregon

2/21/2024
AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports there's an executive shakeup at Boeing weeks after a door panel blew out on a flight.

Duration:00:00:44

Striking workers again close down the Eiffel Tower ahead of its starring role in the Paris Olympics

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Julie Walker reports striking workers again close down the Eiffel Tower.

Duration:00:00:37

WikiLeaks’ Assange faces wait to find out whether he can challenge extradition to the U.S.

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Haya Panjwani reports on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's trial in London.

Duration:00:00:49

WikiLeaks’ Assange went far beyond journalism and should face spying charges, lawyers for US say

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Haya Panjwani reports on WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange's trial in London.

Duration:00:00:44

James Biden appears for GOP interview as FBI informant's arrest casts new doubt on impeachment

2/21/2024
AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports James Biden is on Capitol Hill for a private interview as part of the House Republican impeachment inquiry into his older brother.

Duration:00:00:50

Robots and happy workers: Productivity surge helps explain US economy's surprising resilience

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Haya Panjwani reports on productivitiy trends in today's economy.

Duration:00:00:40

A young man dies as clashes erupt between police and protesting farmers trying to reach New Delhi

2/21/2024
AP correspondent Karen Chammas reports on resumed farmer protests in India.

Duration:00:01:03

Biden is boosting cybersecurity at US ports, where online attacks can be more ravaging than storms

2/21/2024
AP Washington correspondent Sagar Meghani reports President Biden is boosting cybersecurity at the nation's ports to better protect them from online attacks.

Duration:00:00:45