“The past model what it was doing was allowing fans to add on football (tickets) at a rate that wasn’t consistent with our peers,” Di Fino said. “We’re now in line with the industry. The Orange Club donations support our athletes. Right then it’s gone. This is my foundation, my legs. And for my legs to be broken, I never went through anything like that.”.
By Eric Flack bio e mailLOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) The mother of a Jefferson County Public Schools student mom upset over a bus driver derogatory language with her 9 year old wanted to know if the school system punished the bus driver. When she couldn get the answer, we found out for her.JCPS said it could have done better getting information to the mother of a fourth grader at Wilt Elementary in Okolona who was called “dumb”, “poor” and “not trustworthy” by a school bus driver.”I think that from what I been able to gather that there somehow was a communications breakdown,” said Lauren Roberts, JCPS spokesperson.The driver was upset with 9 year old Kenzie Kelley for not doing a writing assignment the driver gave her as punishment for talking when she wasn supposed to. Kenzie mom filed an open records request and received a copy of the investigation, which JCPS said substantiated the claims made by her daughter.But Kenzie mom was not told if any disciplinary action was taken against the driver, so she turned to the WAVE 3 Troubleshooter unit to get answers.
So there some truth to Trump saying ESPN has but the reality is market forces much larger than Jemele Hill are the primary reason for that.What Hill does do, however, is allow Trump to rile up his base and suggest that the liberal media is attacking him with all those news stories about the real problems America is facing. Hill and the NFL have recently become some of Trump favorite distractions.Cloudy, cool, breezyCloudy, cool, breezyUpdated: Monday, March 26 2018 5:46 AM EDT2018 03 26 09:46:28 GMTGood Monday. We are starting the week with a lot of clouds, but very little in the way of rain.
KALISPELL You can find youth sports camps all around the country this time of year. But rarely will you find one with as much star power as what we saw in Kalispell on Saturday. 49ers legends Jerry Rice, Ronnie Lott, Dwight Clark and Roger Craig helped out at the NFL Play 60 event.Former NFL star and current Montana resident Doug Betters organized the outing that also served as a fundraiser for his children’s charity.
LOOK WHAT ERIC GOTT: Eric Fraser hasn caught Jon Gott for best beard on the team, but he trying. Fraser showed up to camp with plenty of hair on his face. Rolled around, I took off home, I didn feel like shaving, then it just kind of stuck and here we are five months later, said Fraser.