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January 12th, 2017



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Chargers announce decision to relocate to Los Angeles

January 12th, 2017

It’s official: The Chargers are relocating from San Diego to Los Angeles.

Chargers owner Dean Spanos announced the decision in a letter released by the team while informing his staff about the move Thursday morning. The Chargers had until an NFL-mandated deadline of Tuesday to make a decision on whether to relocate or not.

“After much deliberation, I have made the decision to relocate the Chargers to Los Angeles, beginning with the 2017 NFL season,” Spanos wrote. “San Diego has been our home for 56 years. It will always be part of our identity, and my family and I have nothing but gratitude and appreciation for the support and passion our fans have shared with us over the years.”

In a statement released after the announcement, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell acknowledged the years of effort the Chargers made in trying to stay in San Diego.

“That work … reflects our strongly held belief we always should do everything we can to keep a franchise in its community. That’s why we have a deliberate and thoughtful process for making these decisions.

“Relocation is painful for teams and communities,” he continued. “It is especially painful for fans, and the fans in San Diego have given the Chargers strong and loyal support for more than 50 years, which makes it even more disappointing that we could not solve the stadium issue. As difficult as the news is for Charger fans, I know Dean Spanos and his family did everything they could to try to find a viable solution in San Diego.”


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Dairy Queen Shuts Down Illinois Store After Racial Slurs

January 12th, 2017

Dairy Queen was quick to take action against an owner of one of their franchise locations following reports that the man verbally attacked a customer with racial slurs after she asked for a refund.

The company said in an online statement that the franchise rights of the owner of the Zion, Illinois, Dairy Queen location are “in the process” of being terminated.

According to the Washington Post, Deianeira Ford stopped by the Dairy Queen location last Wednesday, but after receiving her order realized part of it was wrong and part of it was missing.

Ford then asked owner James Crichton to correct the order, according to a police report obtained by the Chicago Tribune, but he refused. She requested a refund for the $5 order, but Crichton, a white man, allegedly responded by calling Ford, who is biracial, and her children racial slurs.

“He called me and my children n——; he said I can go back to where I came from,” Ford told the Post. “He took out his flip phone and he said he would take a picture and put it on Facebook because he wants to show the world what kind of n—— he has to deal with. Then he shut the window and walked away.”

Ford called 911 from the parking lot, and the responding officer wrote in the police report that “Crichton boastfully told me he would be happy to go to jail over the issue and proudly admitted to calling Ford a n—–. He added that he is ‘fed up with black people.’ ”

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