‘My Deputies Don’t Do Narcan’: Sheriff Promises To Let Opioid Addicts Die

An Ohio sheriff is making national headlines this week after publicly noting that his department will be one of the only ones in the state to refuse to carry Narcan, a drug used to reverse the effects of opioid and heroin overdoses. According to Cincinatti.com, Butler County Sheriff Richard K. Jones says his deputies won’t carry Narcan, despite […]
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Harden promises fan he’ll never leave Rockets

James Harden bleeds Rockets red, and according to him, that's never, ever going to change.

Responding Saturday to a fan on Twitter who told the All-Star guard he hopes he never leaves Houston, Harden assured him he's not going anywhere:

Harden recently made a sizable donation to the Hurricane Harvey relief, pledging $ 1 million to aid the city.

Houston extended the 28-year-old this summer to keep him with the Rockets through the 2022-23 campaign, paying him a record $ 228 million over the next six seasons (two years remaining on his current deal).

He averaged 29.1 points, 11.2 assists, 8.1 rebounds, and 1.5 steals in 81 appearances last season for the 55-27 Rockets, while finishing second in voting for Most Valuable Player.

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Former KKK Leader David Duke Says The White Supremacist March In Virginia "Fulfills The Promises Of Donald Trump"

Prominent white supremeacist David Duke is marching in Donald Trump’s name at the violent “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA. “This represents a turning point for the people of this country,”. We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump,”. the former Grand Wizard of the Knights of the Ku Klux Klan said at the rally. Posted By Persist

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Watch: Erin Andrews promises to ‘crush’ Rodgers on ‘$100,000 Pyramid’

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is facing some stiff competition Sunday night.

Rodgers is squaring off against FOX Sports' Erin Andrews on ABC's "$ 100,000 Pyramid," and the sportscaster talked some trash before the episode aired.

“I’m going to crush you,” Andrews said to a bemused Rodgers.

Rodgers is playing on behalf of the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer.

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Norman rips Bryant, Beckham; promises ‘bad blood’ between NFC East rivals

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Washington Redskins cornerback Josh Norman reignited the volcanic rivalries between two of his biggest division rivals during an interview with Bleacher Report's Tyler Dunne.

Norman was engaged in high-profile feuds with Dallas Cowboys standout Dez Bryant and New York Giants superstar Odell Beckham Jr. over the past two seasons and took every opportunity to put them on blast Thursday.

“That’s a guy. Just a guy. Dez was Dez in 2012, ’13, ’14. Maybe ’14. Now? He’s a guy,” Norman said of Bryant.

"He's trying to be a tough guy and that's not him," Norman added. "That's not how you play ball. The media really created this "talk trash" with me. I don't really talk to these guys. They're talking to themselves. I just play them. And then they get a little snippet of me having a conversation with them and blast it on ESPN. So now when I go up against people, the coaches tell them: "Don't talk to Josh! He'll get in your head!" My coaches think I have this magic wand and just automatically make these people do something crazy."

Norman and Bryant engaged in several contentious verbal battles during a November 2016 game in which the Cowboys ended up victorious. After the game, Norman alleged that Bryant told him "where I'm from, we unload the clip," inferring gun violence against him.

Bryant retorted, saying that the Redskins ought to get a refund on the five-year, $ 75-million contract they offered Norman prior to the 2016 season.

Norman also took shots at Beckham Jr., arguing that the 24-year-old pretends to be tougher than he actually is when confronted by the opposition.

“He tries to be a tough guy. He tries to put on this persona which he’s not. Because he’s always going to have his head on a swivel. Always. Always when we play each other. He’s scary like that. He does things that he normally wouldn’t do because of all the pressure and added hype that he has to put on his whole persona. He’s not this guy. If you go back and watch the games in which we play compared to the games we don’t play each other, he’s a totally different guy.”

Norman ended the interview by vowing war on the rest of the division, implying that there could be a lot of sanctions coming from all parties involved.

“Trust me when I tell you, it’s going to be bad blood this year. You think the NFC East didn’t like each other before? This year right here? There’s going to be a lot of fines and maybe some suspensions. I’m going to be honest with you: This shit is going to get really ugly. Because I do have a safety that don’t give a fuck and I definitely don’t. And I know they don’t have that many people on the offense who do on their side.”

Get your popcorn ready.

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Morrow apologizes for wearing No. 1 with Bulls, promises a change

Unbeknownst to sharpshooting veteran Anthony Morrow, the No. 1 is a sacred digit in the Windy City to fans of the Chicago Bulls, as it was worn by former league MVP and hometown boy Derrick Rose.

Morrow, who was recently acquired by the franchise prior to Thursday's trade deadline from the Oklahoma City Thunder, was in uniform for Chicago on Friday against the Phoenix Suns, although he didn't see the floor.

Following Chicago's 128-121 overtime victory, Morrow took to social media to apologize to those bothered by his selection, as the backlash he received became overwhelming, resulting in him vowing to change his number as soon as possible.

The same situation arose when point guard Michael Carter-Williams was traded to the Bulls from the Milwaukee Bucks prior to the start of the season. Originally choosing No. 1, the former Rookie of the Year was backed into a corner by fans who took issue with his choice, so to avoid digging himself into a hole in his new home, Carter-Williams elected to wear No. 7 instead.

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