Panthers Captain Sasha Barkov will continue donation commitment to Joe DiMaggio Children’s Hospital through postseason
Barkov donates $1,600 for every goal he scores and $800 for each of his assists to benefit the children, and their families, who are being treated at the pediatric facility located in Hollywood.
Panthers comeback falls short in 4-3 shootout loss to Carolina
SUNRISE, Fla. – Martin Necas scored the winning goal in a shootout, and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the Florida Panthers 4-3 to snap a three-game losing streak. Vincent Trocheck, Jake Bean and Warren Foegele scored in regulation for Carolina. It was Trocheck’s first game back in South Florida since being traded by Florida to the Hurricanes at last season’s trade deadline. Jonathan Huberdeau, Frank Vatrano, and Patric Hornqvist scored for the Panthers. Sergei Bobrovsky turned back 30 of 33 shots for the Panthers.
The Latest: China city offers rewards to root out untested
Mexico has reported a new daily high in coronavirus cases. ___MEXICO CITY — Mexico continues to see record increases in coronavirus cases, with a 24-hour caseload of 13,734 confirmed infections setting a new high for the second consecutive day. ___CARSON CITY, Nev. -- Nevada officials are reporting the most new coronavirus cases in a single day since the start of the pandemic. Nevada has consistently rewritten its record books for coronavirus cases, deaths and hospitalizations throughout the months-long surge that has spared no county, rural or urban. The Ontario government says coronavirus cases are continuing to rise at an alarming rate.
Frontier Airlines adds 6 additional routes from Miami International Airport
MIAMI – Low-fare carrier Frontier Airlines will soon be offering six new routes from Miami International Airport, including to four international destinations and two domestic cities, the airline announced Tuesday. The new routes include: Cancun, Mexico; Guatemala City, Guatemala; San Salvador, El Salvador; Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; Ontario, California; and Orlando, Florida. Flights to and from Orlando begin in February and service between Miami and Cancun starts in March with four weekly flights. The launch of three weekly flights to Guatemala City will be in April, as well as four weekly flights to San Salvador and four weekly flights to Ontario. “Like all Frontier flights, this new service will adhere to our comprehensive health strategy, including required temperature screenings, mask wearing and enhanced cleaning on every aircraft.”
Crazy Town band members bloodied after tour van crashes into moose
Google MapsWAWA, Canada (CNN) - Members of the early 2000s rap-rock group Crazy Town were bloodied but safe after their tour van smashed into a moose in Ontario, Canada on Wednesday night. Crazy Town, known for its hit 2000 song "Butterfly," hit the moose while traveling on Route 17 on the way to a show in Sudbury for Halloween. Binzer also posted a photo of band members' bloodied faces and in neck braces in an ambulance. "The moose unfortunately was killed instantly and we all just feel horrible about it," the band said on Facebook. Carlo Berardi said the crash occurred about 25 miles south of Wawa, Ontario at about 9 p.m. on Wednesday.
Wife of 'Shark Tank' star Kevin O'Leary charged in fatal boat crash
(CNN) - Linda O' Leary, wife of entrepreneur and 'Shark Tank' star Kevin O'Leary, has been charged with "careless operation of a vessel" for her role in a fatal boat crash in Ontario, Canada, last month, according to police. Three other passengers were injured, including one on the O'Leary boat, according to police. Carolle Dionne told CNN that the maximum penalty for the regulatory charge is 18 months in prison or a $1 million dollar (CAD) fine. His agent, Jay Sures, last month said that Linda O'Leary was given a DUI test, which she reportedly passed. Wonderful on "Shark Tank," O'Leary co-founded the software Softkey, now known as The Learning Company.
No major ICE raids over weekend after all, advocates say
(CNN) - Immigrant rights advocates across the United States told CNN they saw few signs over the weekend of the ICE raids that Trump administration officials had warned would begin Sunday. Let's hope it stays that way," said Jose Mario Cabrera of the Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights of Los Angeles, speaking to CNN Sunday afternoon. As of Sunday evening, there also weren't any confirmed reports of migrants being apprehended in Baltimore, Chicago or New York, immigrant advocacy groups in those cities said. Most of the reports were about sightings of government vehicles, Yi said, but advocates had confirmed they were not ICE. Advocates told CNN they're not letting down their guard.
Driver charged with using case of beer as booster seat for 2-year-old
Google MapsPolice in Ontario, Canada, pulled over a driver after spotting a 2-year-old riding shotgun -- strapped to a case of beer doubling as a booster seat. The driver was pulled over Wednesday near North Perth, about 100 miles west of Toronto, Ontario Provincial Police West said on Twitter. The driver's creative attempt to fashion an improvised child booster seat earned more than a wag of the finger. Police say the law requires children under 40 pounds to be secured in a child car seat and children under the age of 8 and 80 pounds require a booster seat. In a separate tweet, police said the case of beer was factory sealed, so the driver was not in violation of open container laws.
So those celebs are Canadian, eh?
Ryan Gosling, who was raised in Cornwall, Ontario, became the first Canadian-born performer in over 60 years to earn a best actor Oscar nomination in 2007 for "Half Nelson." A decade later he earned his second best actor Oscar nomination, this time for "La La Land." Hide Caption