Grieving the Life I Thought I’d Live

Growing up, I was a studious, perfectionist go-getter. Even in my earliest memories, I was focused on getting the perfect grades, behaving perfectly and even eating perfectly. I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my life, but I reasoned that all I had to do was focus on getting into a good college … Read more

Chicago Bears OT Teven Jenkins returns to practice, denies clashing with coaches

LAKE FOREST, Ill. — Chicago Bears offensive tackle Teven Jenkins returned to training camp Saturday after missing seven straight practices with an undisclosed injury. Jenkins, who is in a ramp up period, only participated in individual drills. The second-year lineman would not disclose specifics of his injury, including whether he got hurt during the team’s … Read more

Family criticizes Fairfax Co. police for fatally shooting man suffering from mental health crisis

Fairfax County police release bodycam video of July OIS Newly released bodycam footage shows Fairfax County police fatally shooting 26-year-old Jasper Aaron Lynch inside a McLean, Virginia residence. The visual, which was released Thursday by the department, begins with redacted 911 calls from the July 7 incident. FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. – Newly released bodycam footage … Read more

How F1’s Red Bull Racing Uses Simulations to Make Mid-Race Calls

The partnership between Oracle and Red Bull Racing has pushed cloud computing into a central role in Formula 1 (F1) race preparation and race-day strategy. Cloud computing has allowed Red Bull Racing to run billions of race simulations each weekend. Future projects born from race-day analysis include designing a new F1 powertrain for 2026. At … Read more

Utah researchers find patients with specific cancer at higher risk for mental health issues

Estimated reading time: 2-3 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — New research out of Huntsman Cancer Institute reveals that Hodgkin lymphoma patients and survivors are more likely to suffer from mental health and substance abuse disorders than the general population. The lead researcher sees this as a call to action for mental health support. Researchers at … Read more

NFL appeals ruling that Deshaun Watson of Cleveland Browns should be suspended six games

BEREA, Ohio — The NFL on Wednesday appealed the six-game suspension for the Cleveland Browns quarterback Deshaun Watsonseeking a tougher penalty for violating the league’s personal conduct policy in the wake of disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson’s ruling Monday. In a statement, the league said it notified the NFL Players Association that it would appeal … Read more

Terrifying moment massive hail storm smashes car’s window in Canada as people duck for cover inside

Terrifying moment massive hail storm smashes car’s window in Canada as people duck for cover inside Hail the size of grapefruit was seen in Alberta, Canada during a hasty storm that left vehicle windows shattered Gibran Marquez shared a video of the moments when hail flew through the vehicle of the car he was riding … Read more

NFL strips Miami Dolphins of 2023 first-round pick, fines Stephen Ross $1.5M for tampering with Tom Brady, Sean Payton

12:13 PM ET Marcel Louis-JacquesESPN MIAMI — The NFL notified the Miami Dolphins on Tuesday that the team would be stripped of its 2023 first-round pick, among other disciplinary measures, for violations of league policies relating to the integrity of the game. Following a six-month investigation, the league found the Dolphins — primarily team owner … Read more

Assistance and support: GCASA programming assists women in recovery Top Story

BATAVIA — Women in recovery who are seeking reunification with their children can be encouraged by the networking that exists among provider agencies in Western New York. That was the message conveyed recently at the quarterly meeting of the GOW Opioid Task Force at The Recovery Station on Clinton Street Road. About 35 people attended … Read more

Physicists May Have Created a Strange New State of Matter

A different pattern of laser pulses could make quantum computers way more stable. New research uses a Fibonacci-inspired, non-repeating sequence to keep qubits spinning. This creates a quasicrystal effect, with support in two dimensions instead of just one. In new research, scientists have trained atoms to exhibit two forms of time at the same, well, … Read more