Washington’s Kalen DeBoer signs deal to replace Nick Saban at Alabama, AP source says

Alabama wasted little time in finding Nick Saban’s successor, hiring Kalen DeBoer away from national runner-up Washington. DeBoer signed a deal with Alabama on Friday to replace Saban, according to a person with knowledge of the negotiations. The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because neither school had announced DeBoer’s decision. … Read more

5 Turkish soldiers killed in an attack on a base in northern Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region

ISTANBUL (AP) — Five Turkish soldiers were killed Friday in an attack on a military base in northern Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdish region, the Turkish Defense Ministry said. Authorities blamed Kurdish militants. Eight soldiers were wounded, three of them seriously, when the attackers attempted to infiltrate the base, the ministry said on social media. It said … Read more

Democratic lawmakers in New Mexico take aim at gun violence, panhandling, retail crime and hazing

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — New Mexico’s governor presented a broad suite of legislative proposals on gun control and enhanced penalties for violent crime Friday, vowing to forge new pathways through the complex landscape of constitutional law in the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court’s 2022 decision to expand gun rights. The announcements by Gov. … Read more

Grubhub agrees to a $3.5 million settlement with Massachusetts for fees charged during the pandemic

BOSTON (AP) — Massachusetts Attorney General Andrea Campbell announced a $3.5 million settlement Friday with the online food delivery service platform Grubhub. The settlement resolves a 2021 lawsuit brought by Campbell alleging Grubhub illegally overcharged fees to Massachusetts restaurants in violation of a state fee cap put in place during the COVID-19 public health emergency. … Read more

They’re not aliens. That’s the verdict from Peru officials who seized 2 doll-like figures

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Aliens they are not. That’s what forensic experts in Peru said Friday about two doll-like figures and an alleged three-fingered hand that customs authorities in the South American country seized last year from a shipment heading to Mexico. The forensic experts with Peru’s prosecutor’s office said the objects were made with … Read more

Q&A: Canadian wellness brand wants you to ‘get your sh*t together’

Entrepreneurs Daniela Angelucci Rizzi and Michelle Osei-Bonsu offer pointed words of affirmation with their brand Listen B*itch Daniela Angelucci Rizzi and Michelle Osei-Bonsu are the co-founders of Listen B*tch. Listen B*tch Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission from purchases made through links on this page. … Read more

B.C. Parks camping reservations open for spring 2024

Visitors can book a campsite four months before their desired arrival date. May long weekend reservations open on Jan. 17. File photo of Rathtrevor Beach Provincial Park in Parksville.Photo by B.C. Parks It’s difficult to think about camping when the temperatures are below zero but if you want to pitch a tent this spring in … Read more

Jane Macdougall: The Bookless Club has a peculiar lamp thing

Opinion: A lamp is an active participant in whatever theme you’ve got going. I like a lamp to tell a story. I have lamps that light up three different ways, lamps that play music, lamps that “perform” actions.Photo by WichitS /Getty Images/iStockphoto Necessity may be the mother of invention, but at my house it takes … Read more

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