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Humboldt tragedy New Brunswick town understands long shadow of fatal crash

first_imgBATHURST, N.B. – Few Canadian towns can better understand what the people of Humboldt, Sask., are going through than Bathurst, N.B.The East Coast town recently marked the 10th anniversary of a van crash that killed seven members of a high school basketball team and the wife of its coach.“The first thing I thought was how tough it’s going to be for everybody there because we’ve kind of gone through the same thing,” said Jordan Frenette, captain of the Bathurst High School Phantoms, said of Friday’s Humboldt Broncos crash in which 15 people died and 14 were left with injuries.Frenette, now 27, said he had been ill and was resting up for another game when his team’s crash happened.“Not that I could have changed anything if I was there, but I really should’ve been there in a lot of ways,” he said in a phone interview.“The seat that I always sat in, in our van, was the one that Wayne Lord’s wife was sitting in, who passed away in the accident.”He said the community of Bathurst is still feeling tremors from the tragedy over a decade later.The van’s driver had lost control on a slushy highway, and veered into an oncoming transport truck just after midnight on Jan. 12, 2008.Separate reports on the tragedy by the RCMP and Transport Canada identified safety problems with the 15-seat-van, including worn all-season tires, broken brakes and a rusting body.The RCMP report said the 1997 Ford Club Wagon would not have passed safety inspection at the time of the accident.The deaths inspired a 2012 CBC TV movie — not on the tragedy, but on the events that followed: a year later, the reconstituted Bathurst High School Phantoms won the provincial title.Starting this year, the City of Bathurst observed a day of mourning on the anniversary by flying flags at half mast.A portable basketball net had been erected at the crash site in the hours following the accident. Ten years later, it remains, adorned with pictures of the victims — known as the Boys in Red, for their red jerseys.It is a common sight to see people stopped by the side of the highway outside Bathurst to pay their respects.“I think about this most days, whether I’m driving past that monument or not. It is something that impacted, not just me, but so many people. I think about the boys and Beth. I think about their families for whom I have tremendous empathy and respect,” John McLaughlin, the then-superintendent of the Bathurst school district, said in January in the lead-up to the anniversary.Among the 15 killed in Friday’s Saskatchewan crash are Humboldt Broncos head coach Darcy Haugan, captain Logan Schatz, forwards Jaxon Joseph and Logan Hunter, defenceman Stephen Wack and the team’s play-by-play radio announcer, Tyler Bieber.The Saskatchewan deaths also brought up painful memories for Isabelle Hains, whose son Daniel died in the Bathurst Phantoms crash.She’s since started Van Angels, an advocacy group that has successfully pushed for changes in the vehicles and rules used for student travel.Hains issued a written statement on the Van Angels website Saturday expressing her condolences to those affected by the crash in Saskatchewan.“I know how you are feeling and you are not alone,” she wrote. “There are people who love and care for you and want to help. Gather them around you for support.”By Sunday, a crowdfunding effort on the website GoFundMe had raised several million dollars for the players and families affected by the crash.— By Alex Cooke in Halifax.last_img read more

Quebec ferry service interrupted again after crash opens hole in ships bow

first_imgGODBOUT – Ferry service between Quebec’s Gaspe region and the north shore of the St. Lawrence River is once again paralyzed, this time following an accident.The MV Apollo, purchased as a temporary replacement after another ferry was sent to dry dock in December, struck the wharf in Godbout, Que., Monday, leaving a gaping hole in its bow.The Crown corporation that oversees ferry service in Quebec immediately sent investigators to the scene.Alexandre Lavoie, spokesman for the Societe des traversiers du Quebec, said the cause of the crash and the extent of the damage had not yet been determined. Investigators will interview the ferry’s captain and crew, he said.No one was injured during the incident. Service on the route that links Matane in Gaspe and Baie-Comeau and Godbout on the north shore has been indefinitely suspended.Investigators must assess the damage to the ship to establish if it can be repaired on site or needs to be sent to a shipyard.“The first thing will be to see the extent of the damage, to see how much time will be needed for a repair before the ship can go back to sea,” Lavoie said.He added that “the weather conditions were not perfect this morning, but if the captain decided to go to sea, it was because he thought the conditions were not dangerous.”The provincial Crown corporation is evaluating other options to provide passenger service. The ferry that normally serves the route, the MV F.-A.-Gauthier, is still undergoing repair at the Davie shipyard in Levis, Que.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Malala Yousafzai Awarded Nobel Peace Prize

first_imgThe United Nations has lauded the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to two human rights activists, saying the winners had received well-deserved recognition for championing children’s rights around the world.Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai, an ardent campaigner for a girl’s right to an education, and India’s Kailash Satyarthi, an activist fighting child labour, are the joint recipients of this year’s prize.Announcing the decision in Oslo, Norway, the Nobel judges cited the winners’ “struggle against the suppression of children and young people and for the right of all children to education.”In a statement, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon praised Malala’s resilience in confronting extremists who sought to keep young girls out of school with “courage and determination,” adding that she had shown what terrorists fear most – “a girl with a book.”“Malala is a brave and gentle advocate of peace who through the simple act of going to school became a global teacher,” the Secretary-General said. “The United Nations will continue to stand with her against extremism and for the right of girls everywhere to be free of violence, to go to school and to enjoy their right to an education.”Yousafzai has become a regular presence at the United Nations since she was nearly killed in a targeted attack for lobbying for a girl’s right to an education. In 2013, the Secretary-General dubbed 12 July – Malala’s birthday – as “Malala Day.”Mr. Ban reserved similar accolades for Mr. Satyarthi, whose “heroic work” had pushed the world away from denial about abusive child labour to “acknowledgement, awareness and action,” raising public awareness, mobilizing opinion leaders, and galvanizing society.“Kailash Satyarthi has been at the forefront of a worldwide movement for justice, global education and a better life for millions of children trapped in exploitative child labour,” he stated, citing Mr. Satyarthi’s tireless “leadership, commitment and personal sacrifice over many decades.”“He has successfully brought together the key elements for success in the fight against the worst forms of child labour – moral outrage, personal commitment, and societal engagement,” concluded Mr. Ban.UNICEF Executive Director Anthony Lake also commented on the honor: “In a year that has seen so many crises affecting children around the world, the Nobel Committee’s decision is a welcome affirmation of the rights of every child to an education, to live free from violence, exploitation and abuse, and to be heard.“It is a reminder of the power of the human voice – often a young voice – to change the world. So in honoring Malala Yousafzai, the youngest person ever to win the Nobel Prize, and Kailash Satyarthi, a child rights legend – we salute activists everywhere who are working to improve the lives of children. The future of these children is the future of the world.”“Oxfam offers its heartfelt congratulations to Malala and Kailash for winning the Nobel Peace Prize,” said Oxfam International Executive Director, Winnie Byanyima. “Their fearless and tireless campaigning for education is legendary.“Education is the most powerful weapon to fight growing inequality but in recent years donor countries have made shameful cuts in their support to education. The world must redouble its efforts to ensure every child gets to finish school.”United Nations Foundation President and CEO Kathy Calvin congratulated the winners and highlighted the importance of their work: “Congratulations to Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi for receiving this extraordinary honor in recognition of their extraordinary efforts to promote the rights and education of children around the world.“To end poverty, intolerance, violence, and extremism, there is no greater force than education. This award sends a powerful message that empowering and educating children, including girls, must be a top priority for the global community.“Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi have been at the forefront of this movement. Malala Yousafzai embodies courage: In the face of grave danger, she has championed girls’ education and inspired the world to her cause. Kailash Satyarthi has been a passionate and effective advocate and leader for ending the exploitation of children and opening the doors of education. Both awardees have been important partners of the United Nations’ work to ensure education for all children.“It is fitting that this award comes as the world recognizes International Day of the Girl tomorrow. Malala, the youngest Nobel Peace Prize winner ever, is an example of the power of girls to change their communities and the world. Today all of us have the opportunity and the obligation to stand up for their rights.“In a world filled with challenges and crises, Malala Yousafzai and Kailash Satyarthi are messengers of hope. They remind us that anyone can be a changemaker, and we can all play a role in building a better world.”Save the Children President & CEO Carolyn Miles also commented: “This is an historical day for children’s rights. Children are, as we speak, living amid war, suffering attacks on their schools and being refused education. Joint prize winner Malala represents the voices of the billions of children asking for a good education. The other joint prize winner, Indian child rights campaigner, Kaylash Satyarthi, is a bold defender of those children who are cynically abused in child labor and trafficking.“This prize is a strong message to us all to stand up against all violence, discrimination and cruelty against children, especially those who are fighting for their rights. Their voices are crucial. This Nobel prize also makes children’s rights and children’s voices – their asking for the right to learn – echo in all corners of the world. Malala, who refused to be oppressed by extremism and discrimination, is a great source of inspiration for all children who desperately want to learn, especially girls.”last_img read more

On day 3 of Brazeau trial defence focuses on a necklace bra

first_imgJorge BarreraAPTN National NewsDay three of the assault and sexual assault trial of suspended Conservative Senator Patrick Brazeau began where the previous day’s proceedings ended, with the defence cross-examining the alleged victim with questions about a necklace.The defence focused on the opening moments of the incident in the third-floor bedroom of the rented Gatineau, Que., home that ended when police arrived shortly after 9 a.m. that Thursday morning on Feb. 7, 2013, following a 911 phone call from a woman inside.Gerard Larocque zeroed in on the minutia of the opening salvos of a conflict the alleged victim says left her scratched and bruised.Larocque asked and re-asked, as an interpreter translated, about the exact moment she yanked off the necklace, which was given to her by Brazeau who said it once belonged to his mother. According to the alleged victim, the events began in full that February 2013 morning in the master bedroom, with its own bathroom, on the third-floor of the house.A tall, lanky man, with salt and pepper hair and black rimmed glasses, Larocque leaned in and out as he questioned the alleged victim who stood to his left facing the white haired and mustachioed Quebec Judge Valmont Beaulieu. At times Larocque focused intently on the alleged victim as he asked her questions, at others he would pull away, take a step or two back and sweep his gaze across the gallery packed with reporters, making eye contact with one or two.The alleged victim again repeated how Brazeau pushed her out of the room, knocking her down in a sitting position at the top of the stairs. She said Brazeau then got on the floor and started pushing her with his feet.“He’s behind you, pushing you, asking for the necklace of his mother?” said Larocque.“Yes,” she said.Then he went back to her previous testimony about having a purple turtle-neck sweater and leopard print bra in her hands when she was pushed out of the bedroom.“When you were on the stairs you had a sweater and bra with you?” said Larocque.“Leaving the bedroom I had the sweater and bra,” she said.“In your hands?” he said.“Yes, leaving, yes,” she said.Then, Larocque pressed her, recalling her previous testimony, on what hand she was using to hold onto the railing post. Was it the right? Which hand?“I remembered I hung on with one hand and two hands,” she said.Larocque then pressed her on the sweater and bra she was holding, that she said previously Brazeau grabbed from her hands later in the alleged attack.The victim said she didn’t remember the details of those moments, only that somehow the bra and sweater ended up on the stairs in front of her and that she grabbed them again as she tumbled down the stairs.“This is a story you have told to police that arrived at the house and later at the police station,” said Larocque. “You have never mentioned you let go of the sweater and bra on the stairs and then you grabbed it again.”She again said, forcefully, she didn’t remember every detail of those heated moments.“I submit that in the bedroom you moved close to my client and you started to hit him with the sweater in one hand and the bra in the other and he grabbed the bra, that is where he grabbed it and that is why you didn’t have it,” said Larocque.“It’s false,” said the woman.Then Larocque rewound the event to where she said it began to get violent. It was in the master bedroom’s bathroom, she testified previously, where she retreated to change her clothes after Brazeau demanded she immediately leave the house.The alleged victim testified she demanded Brazeau leave the bathroom as she was pulling on her jeans and was preparing to change from her tank top into the bra and purple turtle-neck sweater. She said Brazeau pushed her out of the bathroom and bedroom to the top of the stairs where she fell in a sitting position before the fall.This is not what happened, said Larocque.“I suggest that Mr. Brazeau, while in the bedroom, took a phone and dialed a number and spoke into the phone while you were in the bathroom,” said Larocque.“I don’t know,” said the woman.“I suggest that while you were changing Mr. Brazeau made a phone call,” he said.“I don’t remember,” she said.The trial resumes Wednesday afternoon.Brazeau has pleaded not guilty to both assault and sexual assault charges.Tuesday’s court hearing heard testimony from the alleged victim who recounted her dramatic journey from Colombia to Canada.jbarrera@aptn.ca@JorgeBarreralast_img read more

DDA launches new housing scheme online

first_imgNEW DELHI: The Delhi Development Authority Monday launched its new housing scheme online, which offers nearly 18,000 flats across four categories, officials said. The DDA Housing Scheme 2019 which opened to receive applications in the morning, has “received three lakh hits” on the urban body’s website, they said. “As many as 17,922 flats are on offer on four categories –HIG, MIG, LIG and EWS. The scheme closes on May 10,” a senior DDA official said. Also Read – After eight years, businessman arrested for kidnap & murderThe flats available in the four categories are –488 (HIG), 1,555 (MIG), 8,383 (LIG) and 7,496 (EWS), he said. For the EWS category, application fee is Rs 25,000 and Rs 1 lakh for the LIG category and Rs 2 lakh for MIG and HIG flats. The scheme is for sale of nearly 18,000 newly built flats in Vasant Kunj and Narela residential areas. Application forms can be accessed online on websites of 13 empanelled banks, the official said.last_img read more

Patralekhaa makes me proud

first_imgMumbai: National Award winning actor Rajkummar Rao has praised his girlfriend and actor Patralekhaa. He says the Citylight actor makes him proud. Rajkummar recently shared a poster of Patralekhaa’s next film titled Badnaam Gali along with a poster of his forthcoming film Mental Hai Kya. In the image, Patralekhaa can be seen with a blooming baby bump and actor Divyendu Sharma in a shocked expression. Cheering for the actor, Rajkummar captioned: “It doesn’t happen quite often that both our posters come out on the same day. You wonder girl Patralekhaa. You make me proud.” The Zee 5 original film Badnaam Gali is all set to release on May 10, 2019. Rajkummar starrer Mental Hai Kya, however, has been postponed to June for release. Directed by Prakash Kovelamudi, it will release on June 21. The couple, who was first seen in Citylights in 2012, have been dating since then.last_img read more

The top 10 audiobooks on Audiblecom

Audible.com bestsellers for week ending March 22:Fiction1. A Mind of Her Own by Paula McLain, narrated by Hillary Huber (Audible Studios)2. Wishes and Wellingtons by Julia Berry, narrated by Jayne Entwistle (Audible Studios)3. Junk by Les Bohem, narrated by John Waters (Audible Studios)4. Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, narrated by Cassandra Campbell (Penguin Audio)5. Sakina’s Restaurant by Aasif Mandvi, narrated by Aasif Mandvi (Audible Studios)6. Celtic Empire: A Dirk Pitt Adventure by Clive Cussler, Dirk Cussler, narrated by Scott Brick (Penguin Audio)7. The Other Woman: A Novel by Daniel Silva, narrated by George Guidall (HarperAudio)8. Run Away by Harlan Coben, narrated by Steven Weber (Brilliance Audio)9. Court Wizard: Spellmonger, Book 8 by Terry Mancour, narrated by John Lee (HarperAudio)10. Tear Me Apart by J.T. Ellison, narrated by Eva Kaminsky, Rebekkah Ross, Jacques Roy, Caitlin Davies, Amy McFadden, Pete Simonelli (Harlequin Enterprises, Limited)Nonfiction1. The Demon Next Door by Bryan Burrough, narrated by Steve White (Audible Studios)2. The New York Times Digest by The New York Times, narrated by Mark Moran (The New York Times)3. The Wall Street Journal Digest by The Wall Street Journal, narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright (The Wall Street Journal)4. The Washington Post Digest by The Washington Post, narrated by Sam Scholl, Jenny Hoops (The Washington Post)5. Becoming by Michelle Obama, narrated by Michelle Obama (Random House Audio)6. The Right Side of History: How Reason and Moral Purpose Made the West Great by Ben Shapiro, narrated by Ben Shaprio (HarperAudio)7. Girl, Stop Apologizing (Audible Exclusive Edition): A Shame-Free Plan for Embracing and Achieving Your Goals by Rachel Hollis, narrated by Rachel Hollis (HarperCollins Leadership)8. Educated: A Memoir by Tara Westover, narrated by Julia Whelan (Random House Audio)9. Can’t Hurt Me: Master Your Mind and Defy the Odds by David Goggins, narrated by the author & Adam Skolnick (Lioncrest Publishing)10. The Royal Art of Poison: Filthy Palaces, Fatal Cosmetics, Deadly Medicine, and Murder Most Foul by Eleanor Herman, narrated by Susie Berneis (Dreamscape Media, LLC)—–The Associated Press read more

UN 10 million North Koreans suffering severe food shortages

ROME — About 10 million people in North Korea are facing “severe food shortages” after the East Asian nation had one of the worst harvests in a decade, the United Nations’ top food agencies said Friday.The shortfall is the result of climatic conditions such as drought and flooding as well as a lack of fuel and fertilizers — in part caused by international sanctions aimed at getting leader Kim Jong Un to abandon his nuclear weapons program.A joint assessment from the World Food Program and the Food and Agricultural Organization estimates North Korea’s production from the 2018-19 harvest was 4.9 million metric tons — the lowest in a decade.“Following the worst harvest in 10 years, due to dry spells, heatwaves and flooding, about 10.1 million people suffer from severe food shortages, meaning they do not have enough food until the next harvest,” the agencies said.An assessment mission carried out last month found “worryingly low food consumption levels, limited dietary diversity and families being forced to cut meals or eat less,” they added.The situation is “particularly worrisome for young children and pregnant and breastfeeding women, who are the most vulnerable to malnutrition,” it added.The report expressed concern about a lack of dietary diversity, which is vital to good nutrition.“Many families survive on a monotonous diet of rice and kimchi most of the year, eating very little protein,” said WFP’s Nicolas Bidault, co-leader of the mission.“This is worrying because many communities are already extremely vulnerable and any further cuts to already minimal food rations could push them deep into a hunger crisis,” he added.FAO senior economist Mario Zappacosta, who co-led the mission, said the assessment found that wintertime conditions left crops exposed to freezing temperatures, cutting production by about one-fifth.According to the report, teams were granted access to co-operative farms, rural and urban households, nurseries and public distribution centres and were able to speak to households, farmers, government officials and others.The Associated Press read more

2 Big Myths of UC Debunked

This topic came up during the Enterprise Summit panel earlier this year at Enterprise Connect 2019, as discussed in the recent No Jitter post, “Team Collaboration: Integration or Standardization?” During the panel, the speakers acknowledged the need to balance tools standardization with meeting diverse business needs. As one panel member put it: “… to focus on that one size fits all would definitely be the wrong way.” unicorn_774.png Panelists also touched on one of the biggest roadblocks to UC adoption — the proprietary nature of UC applications and the lack of integration. As a result, communications often become fractured and disjointed — quite the opposite of “unified.” By comparison, any telephone can call and connect with any other telephone; any email client can send email to any other email client. But a common UC app is required to communicate with other users of the same app. For those users who need to collaborate with multiple external parties, the lack of interoperability among disparate collaboration solutions means having multiple tools for similar functions. Even the average user will find joining external conference calls often means having to download still another app or browser plugin. It gets even worse when trying to leverage the full set of UC tools with several different teams from various organizations. Many IT execs are finally listening to their internal business leaders and acknowledging that a single UC solution may not be appropriate for their businesses (and all their users). A single UC tool may be easier to support and offer a common experience, but forcing an IT-centric view on the business often leads to the problem of shadow IT, with users seeking tools that provide them a better and more customized fit. (See related No Jitter post, “Can an Enterprise Get to a Single UC Platform?”) In many organizations, there’s an ongoing battle between the IT group and business units. For logical (if self-serving) reasons related to control, support, and security, many IT leaders want to limit the number of communications tools in the enterprise. But when the IT team chooses a UC platform for IT reasons, often the business side of the organization disagrees with the choice and resists the change. This is especially true when a business unit has already deployed a collaboration solution for a specific need. See All in Unified Communications & Collaboration » Wikipedia uses 73 words to define unified communications and lists 18 communications functions that are integrated under UC. Despite this, many UC vendors continue to tell us that they have the one-and-only communications and collaboration tool required, because this tool will meet all user needs. Although UC&C tools can improve productivity and sometimes even be transformative, the current products and the state of the industry prevents UC from living up to the definition of making communications “uniform or whole.” Justifying Workspace Applications: Time to Up the Game Marty Parker September 10, 2019 Communication technology vendors and their value-adding partners must take the lead in defining business justifications for their collaboration and workspace applications. Considering the expression “a camel is a horse designed by a committee,” perhaps the perfect UC tool is a unicorn — a completely mythical product designed by marketing committees. Avaya Continues Mulling Next-Step Options Beth Schultz September 12, 2019 In a brief update, company said strategic alternative review process continues, gave no indication of new expectations for wrapping it up. Click below to continue to Page 2: The Second Big MythTags:News & ViewsCommunications functionsBest of BreedinteroperabilityUnified Communications & CollaborationAnalyst InsightDigital WorkplaceEnterprise ConnectSCTCUser Adoption & Training12nextlast Articles You Might Like Tick, Tock, the Clock Is Running for Avaya Zeus Kerravala September 06, 2019 Lots of speculation surrounds Avaya’s future, but mum’s still the word on a final decision. Mitel, Avaya Merger on Tap? Beth Schultz August 20, 2019 On the heels of word that Avaya is close to reaching acquisition deal, the focus turns to Mitel and a reported bid of $20 per share. Avaya Still on the Block, Resolution May Come Soon Beth Schultz August 14, 2019 As the company plugs away on cloud sales, CEO Jim Chirico looks to wrap up its review of strategic alternatives in the next 30 days. The First Big Myth: One Tool for AllDespite the desire of most UC vendors, it’s difficult for most large organizations to find a single UC tool that meets the needs of all users. Unless the business has a singular focus and the vast majority of employees are knowledge workers with a common role (such as a professional services firm), it’s hard to align every employee’s communications requirements with one tool. In many firms, not all employees work at a computer or carry a smartphone, but everyone still needs to communicate. Log in or register to post comments read more

Italys winless streak continues

first_imgThe Italian football national football team extended their winless streak to five games after their 1-1 draw against Ukraine in an international friendly on Wednesday night.The Azzurri, fielding an experimental line-up, produced a fine first half display but couldn’t secure the victory as Andriy Shevchenko’s Ukraine earned a well-deserved away draw.Italy head coach, Roberto Mancini made changes to the team that 1-0 to European champions Portugal during last month’s UEFA Nations League game in Lisbon.The former Manchester City manager started the game with the attacking trio of Juventus’ Federico Bernardeschi, Lorenzo Insigne of Napoli and Fiorentina’s Federico Chiesa, and would have been impressed with their first half display, as the combined to create a number of chances but couldn’t find a way past Andriy Pyatov in Ukraine’s goal before half time.Bernardeschi got the ball roiling for the former world champions when his low strike found its way past Pyatov to hand the Italians the lead in the 55th minute.Cristiano Ronaldo, JuventusSerie A Betting: Match-day 3 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Considering there is a number of perfect starts so early in the Serie A season, as well as a few surprisingly not-so perfect ones….However, the joy of the Italian supporters was short lived, as Ruslan Malinovskyi levelled seven minutes later with a low shot which Italy goalkeeper Gianluigi Donnarumma appeared to see late. The visitors almost took the lead when Malinovskyi hit the crossbar with a curling free kick.The game took a short break in the 43rd minute for one minute’s applause in memory of the 43 people who lost their lives when a motorway bridge collapsed in the city on Aug. 14.“We deserved to score a couple of goals tonight, we have to improve on this aspect and continue on this path,” said Mancini, according to ESPN.“We need to be more incisive.”last_img read more

SANDAG report reveals decrease in juvenile arrests in San Diego

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter SANDAG report reveals decrease in juvenile arrests in San Diego 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI)- For the tenth year in a row, juvenile arrests continue to go down in San Diego County. The report just released by SANDAG takes a looks at trends and law enforcement response to crime in 2017.KUSI’s Ginger Jeffries shows us the highlights from the report. Posted: December 14, 2018 December 14, 2018center_img KUSI Newsroom Updated: 5:22 PM KUSI Newsroom, last_img read more

Native Advertising Sticky or Icky

first_imgBut the comebacks listed in the BuzzFeed story never once mentioned Hostess. It was all about other stuff.It was actually a pretty good list, and pretty funny, too, despite small errors and its ‘intern-pulled-the-factoids-off-Wikipedia’ feel. So were the comments, not all of which were complimentary. “Uh, Arrested Development was canceled in Feb 2006, and the new season, specifically for Netflix, had 15 episodes. It really isn’t hard to check up on simple facts before submitting an ‘article,’” went one.At the FOLIO: and Min MediaMashup event in April, one of the speakers was asked to define native advertising. “Advertising that doesn’t suck,” he said.That’s an awesome description, for native or traditional forms. But with native, there are new ways to create superior value for an advertiser (and reader/user) and also new ways to mess things up.Check out QZ.com for a clean, elegant way to do in-stream native advertising. Consider that the advertising is in the form of storytelling. Not a marketing pitch. Think too about the value provided to an advertiser to be fully integrated into a site’s content stream—where you see the ad as you scroll, and the ad’s content comes up in a search. That’s incredible advertising value.But then there’s the flip side: Done poorly, native advertising in a content stream can seem spammy. It can disrupt the flow of content, not enhance it. It can make your page look like a dissonant cacophony, and put your credibility at risk when people open a page and see yellow-tinted ads where you think they shouldn’t be.It’s a double-edged sword, and I admit that I’m not sure I like everything BuzzFeed is doing. That might be, though, that their formulaic approach kind of gets old quick. The fun of media consumption is in being surprised, and even delighted, in unexpected ways. The second story on BuzzFeed’s website Friday morning was…wait for it…“12 Comebacks We Can All Agree With.”(I say ‘wait for it’ because anyone who knows BuzzFeed’s editorial approach knows its love for lists.)It was a sponsored story—paid advertising—posted on behalf of Hostess, whose Twinkies and other brands are back after the production ceased and the company downsized nearly out of existence last year.last_img read more

Tropical Storm Hermine Likely to Bring Rain and Wind to Maryland This

first_imgMEMA is Monitoring the Storm and Making PreparationsREISTERSTOWN, Md. — Tropical Storm Hermine could bring significant rainfall and wind to portions of Maryland beginning Saturday morning, making for a potentially hazardous Labor Day weekend. The Storm, which is currently located over Florida, is moving north-northeast and is forecast to be located off the Eastern Shore of Maryland by Saturday. Rain, wind and localized flooding may continue throughout the weekend and into early next week.NASA’S AQUA SATELLITE CAPTURED TROPICAL STORM, NOW HURRICANE HERMINE AS IT CONTINUED TO STRENGTHEN IN THE GULF OF MEXICO. NASA GODDARD IMAGEThe National Weather Service (NWS) has issued tropical storm warnings for St. Mary’s, Dorchester, Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester Counties. In addition to tropical storm force rain and wind, these areas could experience tidal and coastal flooding.“Marylanders need to monitor trusted weather sources, such as the NWS weather forecast offices and local news stations, in order to stay updated on this tropical system and associated rain,” said Russ Strickland, executive director of MEMA. “Residents and visitors to the Eastern Shore should pay extra attention—tropical storm tracks can change quickly and unexpectedly.”Those in potentially affected areas should be familiar with evacuation routes, have a communications plan, keep a battery-powered radio handy and have a plan for pets.Find out more information about hurricane and storm preparedness on our website mema.maryland.gov or follow our Twitter feed @MDMEMA, Facebook page and Instagram account, or by viewing our hurricane preparedness whiteboard video.last_img read more

VIDEO Bubble boy Tom Brady wants to play until hes 75

first_img Advertisement Brady eventually storms out of the meeting after a second proposal is made for him to live inside a bubble dome enclosure, with occasional visitation by his wife and kids.How is Tom Brady’s comedic timing this good? Tom Brady’s health regimen is the stuff of legends. Avocado ice cream, regenerative pajamas, micro-purified reverse osmosis water. While most people are under the impression that Brady wants to play into his 40’s, a new video from inside “TB12 Headquarters” reveals that may just be the tip of the iceberg.The spoof video shows Brady in the emergency “Curse” meeting with his TB12 team while encased in the “TB12 Performance Safety Bubble”, designed to make him “Madden Curse” proof.Brady is pissed about being stuck in a bubble, which is ruining his life, but states his intention to play until he’s 75 years old while giving a barn burner of a motivational speech to staff.“If I’m going to play until I’m 75, it’s because I’m going to fight and die for my right to play this game.” last_img read more

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first_imgSource = Quest Apartment Hotels Quest adds 82 rooms to the Brisbane market in Springfield CentralQuest adds 82 rooms to the Brisbane market in Springfield CentralToday marks the opening of Quest Springfield Central at 4 Wellness Way, the second Quest Apartment Hotels property in the greater Brisbane area, increasing the company’s offering to 82 rooms.Greater Springfield is fast becoming Brisbane’s alternate CBD and is already on track to become a major services centre of the high-growth south-western corridor. Quest Springfield Central is ideally positioned in the Health Care precinct, adjacent to the Education precinct, within walking distance to the main shopping area and 35 minutes from Brisbane Airport.The property will provide a high standard of accommodation that will support Health City and the overall city development as it continues to expand into a destination of choice for business and leisure.Quest Apartment Hotels Chief Executive Officer, Zed Sanjana said the property is in line with the company’s national growth strategy and reinforces its commitment to meeting the needs of key regional business centres.“The south-western corridor of Brisbane is of increasing interest to Quest, due to the high level of investment and business concentration. Increasingly businesses appear to be drawn to the corridor due to the strong accessibility it offers. Upon completion, the Springfield CBD will provide an employment base for 52,000 workers and Quest Springfield Central will be able to provide superior accommodation to this corporate market,” said Mr Sanjana.Quest Springfield Central franchisees Leanne and Brian Donne, expressed their excitement about welcoming the first guests to the new property after months of preparation.“We have received a lot of support from local businesses over the past 6 months. Interest from the health and education sector is providing tremendous confidence in knowing there is an immediate need for our service. We have also had early interestfrom local and national sporting associations looking for group accommodation, and from the RAAF Base in Amberley,” said Mrs Donne.Quest Springfield Central features 82 apartments – a mix of studio, one and two bedroom apartments. The purpose-built property provides the perfect “home away from home” with fully-equipped kitchen, business lounge, conference facilities and on site gymnasium.The broad pipeline of nine new property openings over the next year across Australia, and the UK, shows substantial growth for Quest. In addition to Springfield Central, this includes properties in Midland and South Perth (WA); Cannon Hill (QLD); Maribyrnong,Epping, Notting Hill and NewQuay (VIC); Penrith (NSW); and Liverpool (UK).For more information visit www.questspringfieldcentral.com.aulast_img read more

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first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Top Stories Former Dolphins head coach Adam Gase, left, and Cardinals QB Josh Rosen, right. (AP photos) Gase interviewed with Arizona on Wednesday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, and has a series of other interviews lined up after being fired as Dolphins head coach this week.“I’m very curious with the Adam Gase situation,” said NFL insider John Clayon while joining Doug & Wolf on 98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station. “I don’t know if he’s the biggest Josh Rosen guy, at least from the comments he made with the Miami media in the past year. You kind of wonder about that.”Related LinksReport: Former Lions coach Jim Caldwell interviewed with CardinalsA list of potential Arizona Cardinals coaching candidatesReport: Saints assistant Dan Campbell interviews with Cardinals on SaturdayCardinals should give Mike Leach a call in head coaching searchLet’s jump back to early April.Gase and the Dolphins, who had the No. 11 overall pick, looked like they’d be in the market for a quarterback before the 2018 NFL Draft. That’s where this confusion begins, because Gase’s opinion on Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen will surely play a part in how interested he is in taking on the job of grooming the signal-caller.In April, the Miami Herald’s Adam Beasley reported that an informed source told the newspaper that “Gase is ‘obsessed’ with Rosen.”ESPN’s Field Yates tweeted this week that “many believed Gase was a fan of Rosen” and also that the UCLA product could be a target with Miami’s 11th overall pick. This is the point in the Arizona Cardinals’ coaching search where likely draft-day misinformation has clouded the likelihood of landing a candidate. At least, that’s the case outside of the Cardinals’ facility.That candidate is former Miami Dolphins coach Adam Gase, a quarterback specialist with head coaching experience who might be exactly what Cardinals GM Steve Keim and president Michael Bidwill are searching for in replacing fired coach Steve Wilks. Comments   Share   Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Yes.— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) January 1, 2019The easy rebuttle to posit, then, is why Gase would bother interviewing with Arizona if he didn’t at least view Rosen with some intrigue.If Gase didn’t like Rosen why would he take the interview knowing that Rosen is going to be the guy? I think Gase may have learned something about Rosen, like we all have: he’s not a malcontent.— Ron Wolfley (@wolf987FM) January 1, 2019Of course, the Cardinals didn’t let us find out Gase’s true feelings. They jumped from 15th to draft Rosen 10th in a trade with the Oakland Raiders, and the Dolphins selected safety Minkah Fitzpatrick, who also was believed to be a favorite of Miami at the 11th slot.Clayton said Gase remains an interesting candidate to keep an eye on regarding the Arizona job. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “I don’t really have one guy,” who is a favorite for the position, Clayton said Friday. “I think I can see the profile of what they’re probably going to try to do, and I think it’s probably going to be somebody with head coaching experience. I can see the type of coach they’re going to hire. I just don’t know which one.”Clayton included even former Texas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury in the conversation to land with the Cardinals.In any case, Clayton said a head coach in Arizona must be able to build a strong coaching staff, “because I think that was one of the weaknesses that (former Cardinals coach) Steve Wilks had. He did have some holes in his coaching staff.”Gase and the other candidates, of course, might find concerns outside of Rosen when it comes down to it.As for how he views Rosen specifically, the conflicting reports suggest that we know one thing: there’s a good chance purposefully spread misinformation regarding the Dolphins’ opinion of Rosen in April have clouded how Gase might view the opportunity to land with the Cardinals. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling But months later came a New Year’s Day tweet from the Miami Herald’s Armando Salguero, who suggested quite the opposite of what Yates and Salguero’s colleague, Beasley, each said about Gase’s opinion of Rosen. He had serious issues with misgivings about Josh Rosen coming out of the draft last year but an interview is an interview, I guess. https://t.co/WCEq21CXPK— Armando Salguero (@ArmandoSalguero) January 1, 2019last_img read more

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one from Libya to Italy or Malta where some 1800 people have died this year In an effort to ease the burden on the European Union’s southernmost states including debt-stricken Greece since most are allowed to remain in the country where they enter the bloc is working on a way to divide the responsibility But one thing is certain as summer deepens: warmer weather will bring more crossingsRead next: Migrants Find a Safer Route Into Europe via the BalkansFollowing through on an agreement made at a June summit between US President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore North Korea on Friday returned what is believed to be the remains of 55 American servicemen killed during the Korean War After retrieving the remains from a seaside city in the North a US military aircraft returned to Osan Air Base outside of Seoul where US servicemen and a military honor guard stood by for their homecoming which coincides with the 65th anniversary of the end of the Korean War This is the first repatriation of American remains from North Korea since 2005 a promising development for the veteran community and their families Nearly 7700 American military service-people are still unaccounted for from the Korean War according to the Department of Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency of which approximately 5300 are thought to be in North Korea Pyongyang has long suggested that the remains were in its possession but retrieval has been thwarted by diplomatic tensions with the communist regime “It’s huge development for all of the war families” says Dr Timothy P McMahon director of the DoD DNA Operations for the Armed Forces Medical Examiner System “It’s something they have been looking forward to and needing for the last 26 years if not the last 60 years” While the return has been hailed by veterans and their families only part of the job is done The remains will still need to undergo forensic analysis to confirm their identities and thousands more still need to be found But when bodies have been underground for decades what exactly does it take to repatriate them TIME asked the government agency in charge the DPAA to find out What is the DPAA The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency is a division within the Department of Defense that is tasked with accounting for Americans lost in conflict including in World War II the Vietnam War Korean War Cold War Iraq War and others The job of retrieving fallen personnel used to be done by several disparate government departments but in 2015 former secretary of defense Chuck Hagel brought them under one umbrella Operational since 2016 the agency has about 700 employees with research teams divided geographically How many servicemen are missing More than 82000 Americans have not returned home between World War II and the Gulf War The vast majority 73000 were lost in World War II The DPAA estimates that about 34000 are recoverable 7697 remain missing from the Korean War 1597 from Vietnam and 126 from the Cold War Of the missing Korean War veterans 5300 are believed to be located in North Korea How does repatriation work The DPAA goes through the same basic procedure for every body: locate recover identify Location starts in the filing cabinet Agency historians basically follow a paper trail piecing together historical documents to draw a circle on the map around a point where a body might be They then use archives and witness accounts to narrow that circle down But as time passes this becomes increasingly difficult as key witnesses with information age and pass away “Time is always the enemy in all of our cases” says Chuck Prichard a DPAA spokesman “Each one of those can take years even decades” Eventually the research develops into an investigative team for a recovery mission This involves tasks like surveying land and working with local governments to obtain permits for disinterment One of they key challenges is nature as land eats away at remains This is especially problematic in countries like Vietnam where land can be acidic If and when remains are recovered they will then be sent to labs at air force bases in either Hawaii or Nebraska Using forensic anthropology odontology DNA and other scientific methods anthropologists examine all surviving artifacts from military uniforms to life support equipment to establish a biological profile The biggest obstacles here are lack of information and commingling Many of the remains turned over by North Korea in the past have arrived with little or no information as to where they were found And in 2005 among the 208 caskets returned by Pyongyang the remains of about 400 individuals were found commingled together DPAA partners with Armed Forces Medical Examiner System (AFMES) based in Delaware to conduct DNA testing With an extensive family reference database AFMES’ forensics experts compare the sequences they uncover to reference samples on file which are either from the missing individual or from a family member Of all the missing personnel from the Korean War 92% have a DNA reference card "The way we think about it is like a jigsaw puzzle” says Dr McMahon from AFMES “We use mitochondrial DNA to establish the border then we use further discriminatory tests to segregate them into individuals" "The biggest obstacle isnt identifying them" McMahon adds “Its just getting them turned over to us" Beyond this general framework every single case is unique in terms of cost time and resources Some cases in more remote areas will require several helicopter trips while others will call for more diggers How does repatriation work with North Korea Diplomatic tensions have consistently stymied repatriation efforts with Pyongyang Following the armistice in 1953 which established the demilitarized zone (DMZ) between the two Koreas both sides were required to hand over the dead The US received an estimated 4219 human remains of whom 2944 are known or believed to be Americans Between 1996 and 2005 an agreement between the US and 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