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Stanford men’s program earns national recognition | News

For the second straight year, a Stanford cross country/track and field program was deemed the best in the nation as the men’s program was named the best overall for its success in cross country, and indoor and outdoor track and field. Source link

National Weather Service launches upgraded, improved global forecast…

For the first time in nearly 40 years, the National Weather Service's flagship computer prediction model has received a major makeover, which its leadership says will pave the way for improved forecasts.The Global Forecast System model, its primary tool for weather forecasting across the nation and around… Source link

What We’ve Learned about Jussie Smollett

What We’ve Learned about Jussie Smollett  National Review It’s been a few weeks since March 26, when all charges against Jussie Smollett were dropped and the actor declared that his version of events had been proven … Source link

Texas offensive summer enrollees outlook

Between star-caliber prospects at the skill positions and a ton of mass headed for the trenches, some praiseworthy offensive talent is now on campus in Austin. Source link

Horse Nation Indian Relay coming to Fort Pierre

FORT PIERRE, S.D. — Race lovers, rejoice. Equestrianism is coming back to Fort Pierre this June. No, it’s not the betting, Kentucky Derby-style horse races that Fort Pierre had previously hosted for some 70 years. It’s a style of race simultaneously newer and far, far older. It's a race with …

Tributes pour in as the nation mourns passing of Philomena Lynott

The Irish public is grieving following the death of Philomena Lynott, mother of iconic Thin Lizzy frontman Phil Lynott, earlier today. She was 88. Fans of the band and leading figures in the world of Irish music have paid tribute to Philomena, who was a fierce guardian of son’s legacy …