The Philadelphia Eagles brought in Tim Tebow for a workout in March but did not sign him. Now it appears they're ready to pull the trigger.
Fox's Jay Glazer is reporting that the team will bring Tebow back to town, this time with pen and contract ready.
The Eagles have been in mystery mode as far as their quarterbacks go. They have Sam Bradford (whom they acquired by trade a week before Tebow's first workout in Philly), old friend Mark Sanchez, Matt Barkley and G.J. Kinne currently on the roster but are reportedly prepared to add more at the position.
MASSENA - A 17-year-old Massena girl who had been last seen on April 8 turned herself in to state police on Friday.
Hanna Tatro was reported as a missing person or runaway by the St. Lawrence Family Court on April 3. She was located at her mother’s house on County Route 43 in the town of Massena on Friday and returned to the care of the St. Lawrence County Department of Social Services.
CRIMINAL MISCHIEF - FORT COVINGTON - Malone-based state police charged Truman R. Sqaure, 16, of Snye, Que., and three juvenile males, also from Snye, Que.,- ages 12, 11, and 10 - with a felony count of criminal mischief Sunday evening after responding to 163 Chapman Road in the town of Fort Covington for a report of vandalism.
Troopers said Mr. Square used a social media site to post a video of himself and three juveniles damaging property inside a barn at that location. The victim saw the video and immediately contacted state police. The damages included several broken windows, damages to a tractor, seed bags that were slashed and damages to a milk machine.
State police soon located and arrested Square and the three juveniles. Mr. Square was additionally charged with third-degree criminal mischief after troopers discovered during the investigation that he had he also allegedly damaged items inside the same barn on Friday.
Mr. Square was arraigned in the town of Fort Covington Court and released under the supervision of the Franklin County Probation Department. The three juveniles were issued Family Court appearance tickets directing them to appear at a later date and time.
When the polls close Tuesday on the Navajo Nation, voters will finally have put to rest a question that has lingered for five months: who will be the next president?
In the running are Joe Shirley Jr., who previously served two terms as president, and Russell Begaye, a businessman who served one term on the Navajo Nation Council. The winning candidate will lead a population divided by questions about candidate qualifications, election law, traditional values and distribution of power.
The election, which comes with a $317,000 price tag, was originally scheduled for November. It was postponed by a lengthy legal battle that pitted all three branches of the Navajo government against each other and prompted voters and attorneys to declare that the Nation was in a “state of crisis.”
The Oneida Indian Nation today revealed the lineup of hot new bars and restaurants that guests can look forward to enjoying at its new Yellow Brick Road Casino. The $20 million gaming venue celebrates the Village of Chittenango’s connection with the American classic book “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz”.
Yellow Brick Road Casino’s just-announced venues stay true to the book’s whimsical theme. Guests can “follow the yellow brick road” to great food and drinks at the casino’s Oz-themed restaurants and bars, designed to deliver high quality while remaining fast, fun and convenient.
A Dene woman from Fort Providence, N.W.T., has won $5,000 in startup money for a business plan she created with an award-winning Alberta chef that would see N.W.T. morel mushrooms sold to high-end restaurants across the globe.
Jessica Minoza and Westin Hotel chef Ryan O'Flynn won a Northern Alberta Institute of Technology 2015 Hatch Start Up Challenge last month for their new business Mycelium.
Morel mushrooms are said to flourish in burn areas the year following a forest fire. Buyers typically pay $10 to $14 per pound for the wild mushrooms.
Opponents of seismic testing off the coast of Nunavut, including community groups in Clyde River, have a fierce new fighter in their corner: Xena the Warrior Princess.
The former star of the syndicated TV series, Lucy Lawless, has joined activist and author Naomi Klein and 43 organizations, including Amnesty International and Greenpeace, in signing a solidarity statement prepared by the Clyde River Solidarity Network.
Jury selection has begun in the first-degree murder trial of two people accused of killing Saint Mary's University student Loretta Saunders.
The 26-year-old Inuk woman disappeared just before Valentine's Day in 2014. Her body was discovered in the median of the Trans-Canada Highway, west of Salisbury, N.B., a couple of weeks later.
Blake Leggette and Victoria Henneberry were subsequently charged in her death. Police believe Saunders was killed in the Halifax apartment she shared with Leggette and Henneberry.
Four weeks have been set aside for the trial, which begins with jury selection.
Because of the pre-trial publicity, prospective jurors will be questioned under a process known as challenge for cause. They will be asked whether they can set aside what they may have heard about this case before, and decide the matter only on the evidence introduced at this trial.
Lawyers for Leggette and Henneberry had been asking for two separate trials. Leggette's lawyer had also tried to have certain evidence against his client excluded from the trial.
Four British sailors accused of gang raping a woman at 12 Wing Shearwater in Nova Scotia have arrived at Dartmouth provincial court for a hearing and bail application.
A judge will determine Monday if bail will be granted and any conditions.
The Canadian Forces National Investigation Service (CFNIS) charged each man with one count of sexual assault causing bodily harm and one count of sexual assault committed with one or more other persons.
People watching last night's game between the Ottawa Senators and the Montreal Canadiens rushed to the aid of a 64-year-old man who had no vital signs after suffering a cardiac arrest.
"I thought there was a fight going on because people were yelling, but as soon as I heard the word 'medic,' then I realized this man was in trouble," said Lori Vanderlinden, who was sitting in the 200 section at the Canadian Tire Centre during the game when a man sitting nearby went into cardiac arrest.
Vanderlinden ran over to the man and began CPR.
- Earthquake shakes part of Lanaudière region Earthquake epicentre north-east of Saint-Michel-des-Saints
- Webequie teen plans walk to raise money for arena Judith Beaver says her fundraising walk will be in memory of two young people from her community
- Winnipeg man stabbed to death was 'gentle, caring,' says mom - Godfrey Hayden, 27, died of upper-body stab wounds he sustained Friday night
- Montreal Canadiens, Senators fans face off over teen's treatment at game - Katie Kerrick and sister were harassed, called vulgar names and had beer spilled on them by obnoxious fan