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Mavs Lose Close One to KD and the Suns. I am not sure when Suns-Mavs became an official rivalry. I know its peak was probably this moment in last season’s decisive Game 7 in their second-round playoff series. Yesterday’s down-to-the-wire Mavericks loss added more to the lore.

Southwest Airlines Flight Forced to Land, Passengers Evacuate, After Cabin Fills With Smoke. The plane, which took off from Havana on its way to Fort Lauderdale, had to return to Havana after it “reportedly experienced bird strikes to an engine and the aircraft’s nose,” according to a statement from the local air-travel concern. Not a great few months for Southwest.

Fitness Influencer Trial Begins Today. Brittany Dawn Davis, who has 1.3 million followers on TikTok, is accused by the Texas AG of scamming thousands of customers who paid her as much as $300 for customized workout and diet plans and then failed to deliver. Here’s some free fitness advice: go for a brisk walk every day. Start with 20-30 minutes and work up from there.

FC Dallas Wins Home Opener Against LA Galaxy. Jesus Ferreira led the 3-1 comeback win with a pair of goals.


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