The Mighty 1090 would like to thank you, San Diego, for Cleaning Your Drawers this Holiday Season and helping out those in need! And a special thanks to Grossmont Center,
The Los Angeles Chargers battled back from 14 points down to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 29-28 at Arrowhead Stadium on Thursday night. The Chargers clinched a trip to the playoffs for the first time since 2013 with the victory and snapped a nine-game losing streak to the Chiefs.
Thursday’s Crossover LIVE from the Grossmont Center for the annual “Clean Your Drawers” clothing donation, Scott, Billy Ray, and Darren talk about the
Join The Mighty 1090 today and Friday, December 14th for our 9th annual “Clean Your Drawers” clothing & unwanted electronics drive! We’ll be at Gossmont Center on the 13th outside the management office between Walmart and Vitamin Shoppe and the Dunkin Donuts off Rosecrans on the 14th.
The city of Oakland has made good on a threat to bring legal action against the Raiders and the NFL. Oakland sues Raiders, raising doubt where the team will play in 2019
Reggie McKenzie out as Raiders GM – SF Gate The Raiders parted ways with general manager Reggie McKenzie, saying in a brief statement that McKenzie had been
Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith is dealing with an infection caused by complications from multiple surgeries on his broken leg, sources confirmed to ESPN. Sources told ESPN’s Dianna Russini that there is concern that Smith, 34, is dealing with a career-ending injury after breaking the tibia and fibula in his right leg during a Week 11 loss to the Houston Texans.
USD wins City Championship as Aztecs fall flat – SDUT A 10-0 run gave USD a 57-49 lead, and the Aztecs tightened even more – turning it over, missing free throws,
On Monday, over a month after the team’s season ended with another World Series appearance with Dave Roberts at the helm, the Dodgers crossed the priority off their offseason to-do list, announcing they signed the manager to a four-year deal
Speaking publicly for the first time since the Friday release of a video that showed him shoving and kicking a woman in a February incident, former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt said Sunday he was “embarrassed” and sorry for the incident but still hoped to be forgiven and afforded another chance in the NFL. – USA Today