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Brooks Koepka · Rochester
Brooks Koepka wins third career PGA Championship, becomes first LIV golfer to claim major
For the fifth time in his career — and third time at the PGA Championship — Brooks Koepka has won a major championship.Koepka, who shot 3-under par Sunday to fend off a challenge from Viktor Hovland, became the first LIV Golf player to win a major title since defecting to the Saudi-backed tour.See the Story
51% Center coverage: 130 sources
How to Watch the 2023 PGA Championship
There are four spots at Oak Hill that are must-see if you plan on coming to the PGA Championship. The hill about 70 yards from the green provides a 360 view that that allows you to see the action at many different holes. The merchandise tent provides an opportunity to grab hats, shirts, sweatshirts and so much more.See the Story
45% Center coverage: 73 sources
PGA Championship · Pittsford
Cole, DeChambeau lead suspended PGA Championship
Planners with the Landmark Society of Western New York worked alongside Oak Hill's historian to see the project through. Nationally, Oak Hill C.C. has been listed as significant in the area of landscape architecture and general architecture for both its East and West Courses.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 33 sources
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Business · New York
Do I drink too much coffee?
Maybe you're among the 90% of U.S. adults who drink caffeinated drinks daily or you like a little pick-me-up every now and then — either way, you know the world's most popular stimulant definitely can pack a punch. But are you getting too much of it?See the Story
100% Center coverage: 13 sources
Pittsburgh's 2023 St. Patrick's Day parade
The parade is set for 10 a.m. Saturday, featuring the traditional marching bands, dance troupes and floats. Police officers, firefighters and paramedics will be on hand for public safety. The parade grand marshal is Ray Werner, a Duquesne University graduate, playwright and songwriter. A new musical will open at Pittsburghwrights Theatre on the day of the parade.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 16 sources
Crime · Indianapolis
Former nursing director accused of stealing opioids from retirement home patients
A Medicaid fraud investigator with the Office of the Indiana Attorney General investigated Summit Health and Living (SHL) in Summittville after employees' concerns with the director of nursing at the time, Jennifer Wilson.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 14 sources
Xi Jinping · New Delhi
U.N. Confirms India’s Population Is Overtaking China’s
The United Nations confirmed a demographic shift that is expected to have profound global implications in the years ahead, saying that India is overtaking China in April as the world’s most populous country.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 65 sources
Europe · Lancashire
Northern Lights illuminate skies across the UK
A geomagnetic storm on Sunday allowed some people to catch glimpses of the Northern Lights and take pictures of the skies. Below is a slideshow of the many pictures taken of Nature's light show. Some of these were taken by News 8's weather team and some were submitted by viewers.See the Story
70% Center coverage: 10 sources