USA eliminated from World Cup, Arizona basketball suffers first loss of season: top sports stories – Arizona

The US men’s national soccer team was eliminated World Championship after defeating Iran to reach the knockout stage and the No. 4 ranked University of Arizona The men’s basketball team suffered its first loss of the season in the team’s Pac-12 opener – these are the top stories in the world of sports from November … Read more

FAU study shows low salinity may help culture Florida pompano fish * Florida

Florida Pompano larvae (juveniles) imaged under a microscope. (Photo: Victoria Uribe, FAU Port Office) the florida pompano, Trachinotus carolinus, a fish species that can live in waters with a wide salinity is a prime candidate for commercial aquaculture fish production in the United States. This species is identifiable by its compressed, silvery body with yellow … Read more

Virginia Natural Gas is sourcing additional next-generation natural gas as part of its commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions > Virginia

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia., December 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Virginia Natural Gas (VNG) today announced that with its continued commitment to reducing greenhouse gas emissions throughout the natural gas value chain, it will increase the amount of its natural gas supply that is procured, transported or delivered by companies Methane emissions – VNG refers to this … Read more

The Kansas Coalition of Cities is flexing its muscles in the Capitol to influence tax, water and housing reforms ” Kansas

TOPEKA — The Kansas League of Municipalities is a supporter of eliminating the state’s 6.5% sales tax on grocery purchases, but an unexpected fold complicates that political position. The 2022 Legislature and Gov. Laura Kelly approved legislation that cut the statewide sales tax on groceries to 4% on Jan. 1. It would fall to 2% … Read more

The Utah Collective is reaching out to “philanthropy fans” to raise funds for Turner ‘ Utah

When former University of Utah gymnastics coach Greg Marsden began building the program in the 1970s, he wanted all seats filled, not just the best ones going to high-dollar donors. He wanted families and fans of everyday sports to be able to attend and be part of his program. It’s great to have wealthy donors … Read more

Michigan State DLs Dashaun Mallory and Jalen Hunt enter the transfer gate

Michigan State appears to be losing two veteran defense attorneys. Fifth-graders Dashaun Mallory and redshirt junior Jalen Hunt have entered the transfer portal, a team spokesman confirmed Monday morning. Both were defensive tackles who switched to defense late that season because the Spartans were undermanned through injuries and suspensions. The new transfer portal window, approved … Read more

Timothy B. Pierce – Post Bulletin > Minnesota

Timothy Britt Pierce, 61, of Tomah, WI, formerly of Mabel, MN, died Sunday, November 27 at home with his family by his side. Tim was born on January 4, 1961 in Caledonia, MN to Raymond and Marlis (Engebretson) Pierce. He attended Mabel-Canton Schools with the Class of 1979. Tim enlisted in the US Army in … Read more

Earlier in the NFL: Week 13 < Oklahoma

Another NFL Sunday has come and gone, with Week 13 nearing Monday night’s clash between the New Orleans Saints and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. As the calendar shifts to December, the MVP race really starts to heat up as the top contenders try to differentiate themselves as the ones deserving of the honor. In this … Read more

Republican Senator introduces legislation to address Missouri’s high maternal mortality rate ” Missouri

In May, a bipartisan proposal to expand postpartum health insurance for low-income Missouri women to a full year after childbirth was close to approval by the state legislature. But as the legislature ended, the bill became collateral damage in the Republican Party’s bitter infighting between the seven-member conservative faction and the 17 Republicans, who were … Read more