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Less Than A Year After Losing License, Excalibur Towing Operating Under New Name


Shut down by the state of Texas, the owner of a tow company found illegally seizing cars in North Texas is back in business, less than a year after losing his license.

Some North Texas Schools Falling Short On Required Fire Drills


A Consumer Justice Back to School investigation found some school districts in North Texas are not following through on the required amount of fire drills.


Ex-Maryland School Aide Gets 75 Years in Child Porn Case

Deonte Carraway worked at an elementary school and directed a youth choir.

Entire San Francisco Police Force To Work During Patriot Prayer Rally

San Francisco city leaders are looking to lessons from protests in Boston as they brace for a Patriot Prayer rally on Saturday.

Giants’ Beckham Hurts Leg In First Half Against Browns


Beckham, one of the NFL's best players, caught an 18-yard pass and was coming down on his left leg when he was immediately hit by Boddy-Calhoun's right shoulder and helmet.

Where To Buy Gifts In Los Angeles

If you're looking for a unique and thoughtful gift, try these stores across Los Angeles.

Total Solar Eclipse Returns In 2024, Will Cross Toledo


You won't have to travel far to see the next solar eclipse that crosses over the U.S. with one of the peak places to watch it being Toledo.

Vegetation Fire Threatens Structures In Vallejo

Firefighters were responding to the scene of a three-alarm vegetation fire Monday evening in Vallejo.

Police Capture Fugitive In Cornfield After Chase Ends In Crash


Police captured a fugitive in southern Minnesota Monday after he fled into a corn field following a pursuit.


August 25-30: Pregame at The Fairgrounds w/ 106.7 The Fan

Join 106.7 The Fan and the Purple Heart Foundation at the Half Street Fairgrounds starting two hours before first pitch as you head over to Nationals Park next homestand.

Steven Matz To Undergo Elbow Surgery


Mets pitcher Steven Matz needs another elbow operation, almost certainly ending a miserable 2017 season for the left-hander.

August 25: Grab Your K-Card From 106.7 The Fan Street Team

Catch the 106.7 The Fan Street Team on August 25th at the The Bullpen, outside of the Navy Yard Metro on Half Street, and all around Nats Park for your official 106.7 The Fan K-Cards. Presented by Elephant Auto Insurance.

President Trump Outlines New Strategy For War In Afghanistan


The president has called the situation "a mess," and he's ready with a plan to help clean it up.

Trump Addresses Way Forward In Afghanistan


President Donald Trump says the U.S. needs a plan for "and honorable and enduring outcome" in Afghanistan.

Fridley McDonald’s Offers Look At Future Of Fast Food


On Monday, the location on University Avenue in Fridley debuted new kiosks where customers can change the way they order.

Officer Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman Inside Brooklyn Courthouse


A Brooklyn court officer has been indicted on charges of official misconduct, for allegedly attacking woman in a public stairwell.

White Sox Hold On To Beat Twins 7-6


CHICAGO (AP) — Yolmer Sanchez homered and drove in four runs, Jose Abreu hit his 25th of the season and the Chicago White Sox held on to beat the Minnesota Twins 7-6 in the first

Construction, Weeknight Shutdowns Planned For Detroit-Windsor Tunnel


The weeknight shutdowns -- Sunday thru Thursday -- will begin in late October or early November and continue thru May 2018.

Viverito Leads Charge To Have Statue Of Dr. J Marion Sims Removed From Central Park


Protestors led by City Council Speaker Melissa Mark Viverito, called on the city to remove a Central Park statue dedicated to Dr. J Marion Sims.

Gunman Robs Santa Rosa Medical Marijuana Dispensary

A medical marijuana dispensary employee was robbed at gunpoint outside of the building in unincorporated Santa Rosa on Sunday afternoon, according to the Sonoma County Sheriff's Office.

Feds: Man Tried Planting Bomb On Confederate Statue


A man has been arrested after allegedly being caught trying to plant explosives on a Confederate statue at a park.

White Sox Hold Off Twins Rally, Win Doubleheader Game 1 7-6


Yolmer Sanchez homered and drove in four runs, Jose Abreu hit his 25th of the season and the Chicago White Sox held on to beat the Minnesota Twins 7-6 in the first game of a doubleheader Monday.

Tuesday Is National Take Your Cat To The Vet Day


Only visiting the veterinarian during an emergency is a bad idea, one animal doctor says.

Beckham Leaves Game After Vicious Hit to Knee

Injury Update: X-rays on Odell Beckham Jr. came back negative; will undergo further examination. B. Marshall getting x-rays on his shoulder.

De Blasio Says He Doesn’t Think Cuomo’s Manhattan Congestion Pricing Idea Will Happen


Even with New York state Gov. Andrew Cuomo putting his full political weight behind congestion pricing for Manhattan, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that he does not believe it is going to happen.

Colorful Stray Iguana Found In Fremont

An East Bay animal shelter is trying to track down the owner of a colorful stray iguana police found.


Missing Cognitively Impaired Teen Is Reunited With Guardians


Richko was reported missing on Sunday after he left the park area of Prospect and Charles Streets.

‘Plane View’ Of Eclipse Leaves Some Philly-Bound Passengers Disappointed

If you assumed the closer you are to the sun, the better your view of Monday's solar eclipse, that's not necessarily the case.

Illinois Sailor Among Missing After USS McCain Collision: Report


Logan Palmer, a 23-year-old from the Decatur, Illinois region, is one of the 10 missing in action, WCIA reports.

Huh. People Are Starting to Like Baseball Again

WASHINGTON — Out of curiosity, I thought I’d bring back 106.7 The Poll on a slow Monday night.