The Royals, a baseball team-turned-freight train, were cruising to a 10-5 blowout over the Tampa Bay Rays, rolling to a fifth straight win and a sixth straight series victory when rookie left fielder Brett Eibner went down with a sprained left ankle in the fifth inning. Even if the Royals dodge another serious injury, the moment offered another scare in an otherwise dominating victory.
“The incident is tragic, but it is not one for which Title IX makes the university liable,” the university says. Daisy Tackett’s parents have also sued the university, essentially accusing it of false advertising.
The Department of Veterans Affairs has rejected the vast majority of claims filed by veterans who were exposed to mustard gas as part of secret experiments during World War II, according to a report released Tuesday by Sen. Claire McCaskill of Missouri.
Zoo director Randy Wisthoff said a trained team of employees at the has the firepower and the instruction to use it if a situation ever arose like the one in Cincinnati when zookeepers shot and killed a gorilla after a small boy fell into an enclosure. Patrons remain sympathetic to both sides of the situation.
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