The South Korean Women’s Archery team continues to dominate in the Olympics. A couple of big MLB names have announced their retirement, and Tim Tebow wants to play professional baseball. Advertisements
This week’s edition of Inside The League covers the mega deal for the UFC, the MLB All-Star Game, Draymond Green’s arrest and more. To listen to the full episode go to http://mixlr.com/global-sports-network/.
It took over half a decade but M83 has come out with a new album Junk. Front-man Adrian Gonzalez’s most recent project is a brilliant medley of mismatched second tiered samples with first-rate instrumentals. The French artist derives his work from shoegaze, sub-pop, and electronic genres to deliver a powerful 7th album. The album… Read More Junk – M83
The New York MC Sammus brings her witty and intelligent lyrics to life in her most recent album Infusion. The Ithaca-based rapper fuses social activism with her own life stories to cement herself as a rising star in the Nerdcore genre. This is her most recent project since she released Another M in march 2015.… Read More Sammus – Infusion
Chico Scrap Metal will have to wait even longer for a decision regarding its potential relocation. The Chico Planning Commission came to no decision Thursday night about the business, angering residents who call it “an eyesore.” With the commission closely divided and two members missing, Chair Toni Scott decided against taking a vote on the issue.… Read More No Decision for Chico Scrap Metal
After unveiling its app and registering with the website Nextdoor in December 2015, the Chico Police Department has seen a rise in the community’s efforts to stop and solve crime. “The community involvement has gone way up,” said police officer Ed Nelson who is leading the department’s online efforts. “People felt like there was nothing… Read More Cops and tech team up
This year’s March Madness tournament has stirred up more than just people’s brackets. The pay-for-play debate has been reignited in the wake of the tournament’s major TV deals and seemingly never ending 63-game schedule. The Numbers According to Wallethub.cm, a small business and financial help website, CBS/Turner Broadcasting paid $10.4 billion to the NCAA for… Read More Should student-athletes be paid?
Apple has refused to comply with an FBI request to break into the phone of Seyd Farook who killed 14 people on Dec. 2 in a terrorist attack with his wife in San Bernardino. The tech giant refuses to comply because doing so would counter everything the company has worked towards and it would compromise… Read More Apple refuses to comply with FBI
The daughter of a Chico woman who died in 2014 from stage five kidney failure filed a wrongful death suit against Windsor Chico Creek Care & Rehab. The nursing home is being accused of dependent adult abuse and neglect, wrongful death and violation of patient’s bill of rights. Jamie Torres, one of Librada Torres’ two… Read More Nursing Home being sued for wrongful death