Update (6:54 p.m.)Wednesday evening storms caused minor damage in Ripley County. Trees were reported down west of Napoleon on C.R. 725 near Millhousen and Brownstown Road.The thunderstorms were accompanied by moderate winds and pea-sized hail.Update (6:01 p.m.)A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for southeastern Decatur County until 6:15 p.m.Locations impacted include Milhousen and New PointUpdate (5:50 p.m.)A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for the majority of the listening area.The National Weather Service issued the warning for Ripley, Dearborn and Franklin counties until 6:30 p.m. Wednesday.Storm hazards include large hail and winds up to 60 mph.A severe thunderstorm warning for western Decatur County and southern Rush County is set to expire at 6:00 p.m. WednesdayStay tuned to Country 103.9 WRBI and wrbiradio.com for the latest severe weather information.First Report (2:25 p.m.)Showers and storms are moving through the region this afternoon and into the evening hours.The National Weather Service has issued a severe thunderstorm watch for the entire listening area until 9 p.m. Wednesday.Thunderstorms are developing this afternoon and evening ahead of a cold front. The storms have the potential to become severe with the main threat being damaging winds and large hail. The storm system has the potential to spawn an isolated tornado.A severe thunderstorm watch means that the potential exists for the development of thunderstorms which may produce large hail or damaging winds.WRBI will releases up-to-date weather information on-air and online.
Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 12, 2019 at 11:38 pm Contact Eric: [email protected] No. 31 Syracuse entered the road bout with No. 4 Duke 2-8 against ranked opponents, losing eight of those last nine. The Orange (12-10, 5-8 Atlantic Coast) couldn’t end that trend in Durham, North Carolina, as the Blue Devils (20-2, 12-1) dominated SU 6-1.No. 90 Sofya Golubovskaya and Sonya Trescheva fell 6-3 to Duke’s No. 23 ranked paring to start off doubles. While the No. 56 pairing of Gabriela Knutson and Miranda Ramirez defeated Duke’s No. 69 duo 6-4, the Orange couldn’t hold on for the doubles victory as on Court 3, Guzal Yusupova and Masha Tritou lost 6-4. With the doubles loss, Syracuse has still not won a doubles point since March 15 against Virginia Tech.The Blue Devils got off to a hot start on the backcourts in singles. Libi Mesh fell 6-0 in her first set at fifth singles, as did Dina Hegab at sixth. Their respective second sets did not go much better as they each lost 6-2. Before Hegab’s match ended, however, No. 100 Ramirez had also lost. She put up a fight in the first set losing only 6-4, but No. 32 Kelly Chen won the second 6-1.Already up 4-0, Duke won the fifth point when Yusupova lost 6-3, 6-3. The remaining sets went to pro-set tiebreakers in lieu of a third set. Golubovskaya, after winning 6-2 then losing 6-2, lost the tiebreaker 10-8 to No. 18 Meible Chi. However, the Orange won their first point as No. 19 Knutson defeated No. 13 Maria Mateas 7-5, 4-6, 1-0 (10-8).The Orange will close out the regular season on the road on Sunday against the Clemson Tigers. Syracuse will look to build up momentum it can bring into the ACC tournament which begins on Wednesday.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments
Spencer Ware wants to keep playing, plans to reach injury settlement with Colts In late July, Reich told reporters that seeing Kevin Durant suffer an injury in the NBA Finals had influenced his thinking on how to bring Luck back up to speed. Durant tore his Achilles in his first game back after missing a month with a calf injury.”We didn’t really talk about it, but I think we all knew it,” Reich said of Durant’s injury (via the Indianapolis Star). “I was certainly thinking it. When you see something like that happen, you’re like, ‘Oh yeah, that’s why we do what we’re doing.'” The Colts continue being cautious with quarterback Andrew Luck and his strained calf.Coach Frank Reich told reporters Luck will sit out practices Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Colts claim running back D’Onta Foreman off waivers “Continuing to progress with his strength, still a degree of pain that he’s not comfortable with,” Reich said (via 1070 The Fan). “Obviously we’re not comfortable with putting him out there. We’re going to continue to work with our medical staff on the plan moving forward.”The 29-year-old quarterback strained his calf this spring and missed the Colts’ OTAs and minicamp, although Reich said in June he would have been able to play if there were a game. Related News Luck has participated in three training camp practices, all as a limited participant, and said he feels as if something would pull when he moves a certain way. According to NFL.com, Luck’s status has led the Colts to consider carrying three quarterbacks on the roster to open the season.