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  • Young girl hospitalized by 105 mph foul at Yankee Stadium

    A young girl at Yankee Stadium was injured by a 105 mph foul ball off the bat of Todd Frazier during Wednesday's game against Minnesota, leading some players to call for protective netting to be extended. The Yankees said the girl was taken to a hospital for treatment, and New York manager Joe Girardi said he had been told by team security that she was OK. A shaken Frazier crouched with his hands over his face.

  • Arvin Golic, convicted in swarming death, now accused of threats to ex-girlfriend

    A judge has allowed evidence that Arvin Golic, convicted of killing Burnaby teen Luka Gordic, violated the conditions of his bail by threatening his ex-girfriend who testified at his trial. In June Arvin Golic was found guilty of manslaughter in the death of Luka Gordic, two years after the 19-year-old was killed in Whistler, B.C. According to court documents, the evidence consisted of a recording of a phone call Golic's ex-girlfriend made to police in June 2016, and a screenshot of a text message allegedly sent to her by Golic that same day.

  • Leo Hayes principal defends refusing yearbook memorial to dead student

    The principal of Leo Hayes High School in Fredericton is defending his decision not to allow a memorial to a dead classmate of next year's graduating class in the yearbook. Benjamin Dodding was riding his bicycle in October 2015 when he was struck and killed by a car. Some students have pushed to remember Dodding in the high school yearbook because this would have been his graduating class.

  • Margot Robbie On ‘Goodbye Christopher Robin’

    Margot Robbie discusses her new role next to Kelly Macdonald in “Goodbye Christopher Robin”, a look into the creation of “Winnie-the-Pooh”. ET Canada has the story.

  • Mexico shocked by news: Girl trapped in rubble didn't exist

    Hour after excruciating hour, Mexicans were transfixed by dramatic efforts to reach a young girl thought buried in the rubble of a school destroyed by a magnitude 7.1 earthquake. Rescue workers called for tubes, pipes and other tools to reach her. News media, officials and volunteer rescuers all repeated the story of "Frida Sofia" with a sense of urgency that made it a national drama, drawing attention away from other rescue efforts across the quake-stricken city and leaving people in Mexico and abroad glued to their television sets.

  • Aaron Hernandez had severe CTE; daughter sues NFL, Pats

    Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez had a severe case of the degenerative brain disease chronic traumatic encephalopathy, researchers said on Thursday. Dr. Ann McKee, the director of the CTE Center at Boston University, said Hernandez had Stage 3 (out of 4) of the disease, which can cause violent mood swings, depression and other cognitive disorders . "We're told it was the most severe case they had ever seen for someone of Aaron's age," attorney Jose Baez said.