The American sprinters who were sent home from the 1968 Mexico City Olympics for what they called a “human rights salute” say the San Francisco 49ers quarterback and others are right to use their platform in an attempt to affect social change 48 years later.
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No one knows how Apollo, who escaped from his enclosure Aug. 11, got to Boston.
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Finn Rezz, one of the group’s leaders, says their program focuses “on science and rational thinking,” and it will promote “benevolence and empathy for everybody.”
Two men accused of live-streaming a threat to shoot up their Ohio neighborhood if their video feed scored enough viewers have pleaded guilty to inducing panic.
“I opened the ring box and got on my knee, and as soon as I opened it just fell, and we couldn’t find it for the longest time,” Fox said.
Orlando Pace (Sandusky) and Charlie Frye (Willard) among players former Ohio State assistant and Akron coach Lee Owens coached; now using area players to build Division II dynasty at AU
Annual celebration to coincide with first ever Freaks of Nature Music Fusion Cruise-In car show.