Monday, January 16, 2017
More than one-hundred people gather at The Lord's Diner Grand Opening in Pittsburg this evening. The Lord's Diner exists to combat hunger in the community. The idea began just to the west of Pittsburg in Wichita. Officials with the Lord's Diner say it's open 365 days a year. And while the facility is designed to combat hunger, everyone is invited to come and eat. Matt O'malley/Sight Director Lord's Diner Pittsburg: "If we can provide that person with dinner for their family. It frees up money in their budget to get medicine for their kids. Get school supplies get diapers and formula all of those things." The Lord's Diner is located at 406 North Locust Street in Pittsburg. They're open every day from 5:30 through 7:30 in the evening, and everyone is welcome. They're also accepting donations. Website: Website: Facebook: Email:   [READ MORE]
Patrick has highlights and scores from the NFL playoffs and Copper Basin 300. Plus a weekend recap of both Aces and High School hoops.   [READ MORE]
At the Fresno State-Boise State men's basketball game on Saturday, Jaron Hopkins followed up a Terrell Carter miss with a dunk.   [READ MORE]
MSU Basketball
by Clip Syndicate
The Mississippi State Bulldogs are now winners of three straight SEC games after its victory over Texas A&M Saturday.   [READ MORE]
high school hockey
by Clip Syndicate
high school hockey   [READ MORE]
Movie Prop Used as Money at Evansville Business   [READ MORE]

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