Weekend Roundup: Panthers, Cubs scrape by for wins, man injures 2 cops in shootout, Clinton’s emails

Cubs win in strategic fourth inning to keep the series alive 

The Chicago Cubs held off the Cleveland Indians for five innings to win game five of the 2016 World Series. A strategic fourth inning that included a solo home run by Kris Bryant, a soft grounder to third base that let Ben Zobrist score and a sacrifice fly by David Ross to give the Cubs the edge over the Tribe. Final score 3-2.

Game six will be played in Cleveland on Tuesday November 1 at 8 PM.

Hillary Clinton blasts James Comey over letter stating it was ‘deeply troubling’, DOJ obtains warrant

The Clinton Campaign denounced James Comey’s letter released to US senators last Friday stating the the timing of the matter was “deeply troubling.” The Department of Justice has obtained a warrant to investigate further into the trove of newly discovered emails. CNN reports that the FBI knew about these emails weeks ago, raising questions on why it was released so close to the election. You can read the full story here.

Panthers hold off the Cardinals to pick up second win

The Carolina Panthers held off the Arizona Cardinals 30-20 in Sunday’s game. The Panthers struck early giving them enough momentum to win the game. You can watch highlights from the game by clicking here.

Oklahoma man killed in shootout after killing two and injuring four

Michael Dale Vance, Jr., a fugitive from Oklahoma who police say shot and killed two and injured four people, two of which were officers. A second shootout left Vance dead in Dewey County.