MEMPHIS — A Memphis news station is investigating its chief meteorologist for an insensitive tweet he posted during Game 3 of the Western Conference Semifinals between the Golden State Warriors and the Memphis Grizzlies. According to the San Francisco Chronicle, FOX13 Memphis chief meteorologist Joey Sulipeck used a racial slurRead More →

Okay, we admit it: we here at The Loop are card-carrying members of the Tiger Woods cult. Partly because he’s good for business (like really good) and partly because he has this. The presence. Magnetism. The skill to back it up and the performance to prove it. We don’t clingRead More →

On February 24, 2022, Russian President Vladimir Putin’s troops officially invaded neighboring Ukraine, a sovereign nation under the leadership of President Volodymyr Zelensky. Credit: ABC via Ukrainian Presidential Press Related: Disney First Studio to Halt Russian Releases & Condemn ‘Unprovoked Invasion’ of Ukraine In recent days, President Zelensky and theRead More →

Nineteen journalists from Papua New Guinea’s main television media company, EMTV, have been suspended following a staff protest. Staff walked off work last week to support their news and current affairs chief, Sincha Dimara, who was suspended earlier in February for ‘insubordination’ which, according to reports, consisted of publishing storiesRead More →

Ever since the members of BTS created their official Instagram account, the internet hasn’t been the same for ARMYs, and if you hold the Bangtan Boys, you know what we’re talking about. From wondering why Jimin hasn’t posted to praying that member Kim Taehyung doesn’t go on a deletion spreeRead More →

A news station has come under fire for sharing footage of a horrific crash that resulted in the death of a speeding motorcyclist who was being chased by the Los Angeles Police Department. Amy Johnson, a KCAL-TV presenter, was shocked by the disturbing visuals. The unidentified motorcyclist was speeding downRead More →

The Halo-themed Seattle Space Needle lit up during New Year’s Eve and the game’s iconic soundtrack played as it counted down to midnight. Seattle residents welcomed in the new year with a Halo theme played in Space Needle. All in all, it’s pretty cool to see the Halo theme rollRead More →

The so far anonymous person was hit by a train between Moorgate and Finsbury Park, Thameslink tweeted. Their condition is not currently known. Thameslink added: “All lines are blocked between these stations while the emergency services work to deal with this incident.” Others reported seeing emergency services rush to theRead More →

Florida Rep. Matt Gaetz publicly supported Kyle Rittenhouse in part because of the media’s misrepresentation of his character. Over the weekend, the oft-beleaguered politician faced similar treatment from blog critics. A article by local Northwest Florida ABC station WEAR-TV explained how Matt Gaetz was publicly supporting Kyle Rittenhouse the dayRead More →

Getty Images Kyle Kuzma isn’t done with the city of Cleveland after Cavaliers fans claimed he only won a championship because he played alongside local hero LeBron James. Kuz didn’t appreciate this and fired back at fans, saying they wouldn’t be shitty if it wasn’t for The King. That motivatedRead More →

US SENATORS WHISTLEBLOWER EYE PROTECTIONS FOR POLICE OFFICERS This article features our General Counsel Tom Devine and Deputy Director of Legislation Irvin McCullough and was originally published here. WASHINGTON — As police reform talks crumble on Capitol Hill, with key lawmakers still clashing over what matters most to the negotiatingRead More →

It’s the first day of Go Joe 24, Joe Snedeker’s charity bike ride for St. Joseph’s Center. MOOSIC, PA — It’s ready to roll! Go Joe 24 kicked off Monday morning from our news station in Moosic. He plans to travel through Luzerne County and Schuylkill County before ending theRead More →

SANTA BARBARA (CBSA) — Firefighters contained a fast-moving brush fire that threatened a television station and forced the evacuation of dozens of homes in Santa Barbara Thursday night. May 20, 2021. (KEYT-TV) READ MORE: Fire breaks out at restaurant in downtown LA High-Rise, One Hurt The Loma Fire had burnedRead More →

What day are we in quarantine? The answer is not always clear. Minutes, hours, days and weeks all seem to merge together in quarantine. It doesn’t help that all non-essential workers are now doing their jobs from home, without having to dress up for the office. Fortunately, news station FOX8Read More →