Is not wearing a helmet contributory negligence? and more

David Weaving is serving 10 years in jail for running down Mathew Kenney while driving 80 miles an hour.

Is not wearing a helmet contributory negligence?

A Connecticut man convicted of killing a 14-year-old boy on a bicycle is suing the boy’s parents, because the boy wasn’t wearing a helmet. David Weaving is serving 10 years in jail for running down Mathew Kenney while driving 80 miles an hour. He accuses the Kenneys of “contributory negligence” and says his conviction has caused him “great mental and emotional pain and suffering.”

A setback for the Lingerie Football League

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Oklahoma City has refused to host a franchise of the Lingerie Football League. The LFL fields teams of lingerie-clad models who play football before a largely male audience, a concept that Mayor Mick Cornett said he opposes for “too many reasons to list.” LFL officials said they thought they had applied to play in Oklahoma City, “not North Korea.”

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