A racket in the issue of agricultural loans in the name of non-existent or dead persons has come to light from the Karchuli rural branch of the State Bank of India (SBI) in Ganjam district of Odisha.Based on a complaint by the present branch manager, a case has been registered at the Buguda police station under Sections 468, 471, 409 and 420 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).Bhanjanagar Sub-Divisional Police Officer Utkal Keshari Dash said till now inquiry at four villages has brought to light 16 non-existent beneficiaries in whose name agricultural loans were issued.It is suspected that a former manager and staff of the bank branch might be involved.Interesting developmentIn an interesting development, the former manager concerned deposited Rs. 7,67,000 in the bank on Sunday.“But the police will continue its investigation and track down everyone involved,” said Ram Chandra Biswal, the inspector in charge of the Buguda police station.The amount returned to the bank matches with the alleged total amount issued as agricultural loans to fake beneficiaries.All the agricultural loans had been issued by this SBI branch in 2014-15. Some of the loans had been issued in the name of persons like Barik Naik of Udaypur, who died 18 years ago.During investigation, several persons in whose name loans had been given could not be traced.According to the SDPO, the police will also investigate the modus operandi through which these agricultural loans were issued in the name of dead or non-existent persons.“We will investigate whether fake documents were used for the purpose,” he added.
New Delhi and Mumbai airports will soon get environmentally friendly TaxiBots to help reduce carbon emissions. These semi-robotic vehicles will tow the aircraft from the airport gate to take-off point, thus eliminating the use of airplane engines during taxiing, significantly reducing aircraft fuel usage and the risk of foreign object damage. These TaxiBots, developed by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI), are semi-robotic vehicles that connect to the aircraft and will be controlled by the pilot to taxi the airplane from the airport’s aerobridge or bay to the runway without using the aircraft jet engines. IAI announced this at the 2018 Farnborough Airshow and said it had entered into an agreement with Gurugram-based KSU Aviation for the same. “The use of TaxiBot at Indian airports in the next five years will bring about a saving of $1.5 billion to Indian carriers and reduce environmental damage of greenhouse gases by four million tons,” Yogesh Sethi of KSU Aviation said.The contract — to be executed in two phases — will consist of controlled trials at the two airports through 2018. The second phase includes delivery of 38 additional vehicles within four years to the two airports. The final tests of the vehicles made for Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) New Delhi, are presently being carried out at Frankfurt Airport in Germany.Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) recently got a three-year extension of Airports Council International’s (ACI) Airport Carbon Accreditation (ACA) ‘Level 3+ Neutrality’ certification for its efforts towards reducing the carbon footprint. According to IAI, a TaxiBot would save 85% of the fuel consumed during standard taxi and provides a similar reduction of greenhouse gases emitted by the aircraft main engines. The Taxibot also claims a reduction in noise levels by 60% and foreign object damage (FOD) by 50% since they cannot be sucked into the aircraft engines if they are not running.“We trust the TaxiBot will prove itself effective in reducing air pollution, which is intensifying due to the fast growth of India’s aviation market, with the significant savings in fuel and improvement in the gates congestion. We believe this agreement will open the path for many more significant contracts for this product worldwide,” said Shaul Shahar, IAI executive vice-president and general manager of IAI’s Military Aircraft Group.As per IAI, the system does not require any modification in airplane systems, APU replacement, added weight, or cargo space. “The pilot is in control at all times after pushback using the airplane’s tiller and brakes, transparent to the pilot,” it said.
Indian utility vendors and services will find a huge market and scope in Africa, especially in South Africa’s energy sector. This is according to Rajeev Singh, Indian chamber of commerce (ICC) director general and chief executive who spoke at the African utility week currently taking place at the Cape Town Convention Centre.“The primary objective of the ICC is to connect with over 7,000 industry professionals across the full spectrum of the sector to address today’s challenges and implement tomorrow’s solutions,” Singh said.Read it at IOL Related Items
The chief mufti of Aligarh urged Muslims on Thursday to refrain from offering namaz on the streets, making a bid to defuse the controversy over the district administration’s recent ban on religious ceremonies on roads. Mohammad Khalid Hameed said the place for performing Friday prayers was inside a mosque. “If there is a spill over, the devout should not perform namaz on the streets and cause inconvenience to others,” he told reporters. “Instead, they could offer their prayers on rooftops of neighbouring buildings wherever convenient.” The Aligarh administration had imposed a blanket ban on holding any religious function on the roads in the U.P. district without prior permission. The authorities has taken the step as a precautionary measure to prevent any disturbance after some Hindutva groups had last week planned the recital of ‘Hanuman Chalisa’ every Tuesday.
Serena Williams was completely taken aback by her pregnancy, taking six home tests before believing she was expecting her first child, the tennis superstar told Vanity Fair magazine.Williams, who poses nude on the cover of the magazine for its August issue, said she still had not come to terms with the prospect of being a mother, and said she plans to be back on court in January.”It just doesn’t seem real. I don’t know why. Am I having a baby?” Williams, 35, said in the interview released on Tuesday.The No. 1 ranked tennis player, interviewed in May when she was six months pregnant, said she had made no preparations.”I don’t know what to do with a baby… I’ve done absolutely nothing for the baby room,” she said.Williams, who is engaged to Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, confirmed in April that she was expecting a baby in the fall after posting on Snapchat, and then deleting, a picture of herself in a swimsuit with the caption “20 weeks.”She said she would take maternity leave through the remainder of 2017.Williams told Vanity Fair she found out she was pregnant about a week before winning her record 23rd Grand Slam tournament singles title at the Australian Open in January.She said she had felt off her game but thought her hormones were acting up. A friend suggested she take a pregnancy test and when it came back positive she “did a double take and my heart dropped. Like literally, it dropped.”advertisementShe took five more home tests and later presented all six to Ohanian, who was as shocked as she was. She said her fiance now was earnestly preparing and already has a tip jar he puts money into whenever he uses profanity so he will not utter it around the baby.Williams gave no dates but said she expects to return to the circuit as soon as January, adding “I don’t think my story is over yet.”
TweetPinShare0 Shares MIAMI, FL — It took eight starts, but Jacob deGrom finally has a win in the big leagues.deGrom pitched seven scoreless innings to earn his first major league win for the New York Mets in a 4-0 victory against the Miami Marlins on Saturday.“To have a performance like that and get the win feels good,” said deGrom. “I have a lot of people here from the Daytona area, which is only about four hours away, and my whole family is here.”deGrom (1-4), who was the first Mets starting pitcher to go winless in his first seven starts, struck out seven as he allowed five hits and issued three walks.“He had all his pitches working and he was throwing them all for strikes at any count,” Mets third baseman David Wright said. “It’s a lot of fun to play defense behind him because he works so quickly and effectively.”Lucas Duda hit a two-run home run, his 10th, and Wright had three hits and an RBI for New York, which has won three of four.It was the second shutout in the series for the Mets as Zack Wheeler tossed a 1-0 shut out on Thursday.“Right now we’re in a little bit of a spell where we’re not able to get the consecutive hits and get a little bit of a rally going, but we will,” Marlins manager Mike Redmond said.Jeurys Familia pitched the eighth and Jenrry Mejia came in for the ninth to preserve the shut out.Marlins starter Tom Koehler (5-6) retired the first 11 batters he faced before allowing two runs and four hits in seven innings while striking out eight.“It was nice to get through seven and get out of the jam in the sixth, but at the same time it’s a little frustrating giving up those two runs and not really getting those bunts down — that’s really kind of eating at me right now,” Koehler said.Miami second baseman Rafael Furcal left the game in the fourth inning with a left calf and hamstring and injury after grounding out to end the third. Furcal, who missed the first 2 1-2 months of the season with hamstring and groin injuries, was scheduled to have an MRI after the game.“It definitely doesn’t sound good,” Redmond said.Before the game shortstop Adeiny Hechavarria was scratched from the starting lineup with soreness in his elbow on his throwing arm, but could be in the lineup on Sunday.“He was availabe if we needed him to hit, I think the throwing was the biggest concern for him today, but I’m anticipating him being ready for tomorrow, but we’ll see,” Redmond said.Chris Young hit a two-out single in the fourth to give the Mets a 1-0 lead and Wright singled home a run in the sixth for a two-run advantage.Miami’s best opportunity to score came in the sixth after Giancarlo Stanton stole third base with one out, but deGrom retired the next two batters to end the threat.“He made some real, real good pitches with his slider today, and he used his change-up to right handers effectively today,” Mets manager Terry Collins said. “He certainly deserved to win.”Duda’s home run to right field came off Chris Hatcher in the ninth inning to give the Mets a 4-0 cushion.NOTES: Marlins teammates Garrett Jones and Jeff Baker celebrated their 32nd birthdays today. … Mets RF Curtis Granderson has reached base safely in his last 30 starts. … Mets LHP Jonathon Niese (3-4, 2.67) will take the mound in Sunday’s series finale against Miami RHP Anthony DeSclafani (1-1, 5.60).
Sai Praneeth entered the semi-finals of Japan Open Super 750 tournament after beating Indonesia’s Tommy Sugiarto 21-12, 21-15 in the quarter-final in Tokyo on Friday.Sai Praneeth was on the top of his game as he easily wrapped up the game in two games inside 36 minutes. The World. No 23, a former Singapore Open champion, was in complete control of the proceedings against his higher-ranked opponent.Notably, Sai Praneeth has become the first-ever Indian men’s singles shuttler to reach the last-four stages at the prestigious Super 750 tournament in Tokyo.This is only the 2nd semi-final appearance for Sai Praneeth on the tour in 2019. The Indian shuttler had reached the final of Swiss Open Super 300 tournament but his form had dipped after his run to the quarter-finals at India Open.Later in the day, PV Sindhu will be in action as she will be eyeing revenge against Indonesia Open champion Akane Yamaguchi. Sindhu reached the quarter-finals after Japan’s Aya Ohori 11-21, 21-10, 21-13.Doubles pair of Satwiksairaj RankiReddy and Chirag Shetty will also be in action against Japan’s Takeshi Kamura and Keigo Sonoda.Also See:
Vitesse coach Slutsky reveals Musonda ‘bitter setback’by Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveVitesse coach Leonid Slutsky has virtually wrote off the season of Chelsea midfielder Charly Musonda.On-loan at the Eredivisie outfit, Musonda has been missing since September with a knee injury – and Slutsky admits his recovery hasn’t gone to plan.”It does not look good,” he said.”Musonda will now be fit again at the earliest in February. But beware: then he has to be trained again to become a match fit. Then we talk about the end of March. “And then everything has to go as expected.”For all of us this is a bitter setback.” TagsTransfersLoan MarketAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
STILLWATER, OK – OCTOBER 27: Head coach Tom Herman of the Texas Longhorns greets head coach Mike Gundy of the Oklahoma State Cowboys before their game on October 27, 2018 at Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater, Oklahoma. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)Texas head coach Tom Herman and Oklahoma State head coach Mike Gundy had a heated altercation on the field late in the Cowboys’ upset win over the Longhorns.The Longhorns and the Cowboys were getting into it as the game clock was running out and Gundy ran onto the field, pushing his players back and yelling at the referees.Herman then ran onto the field himself and had to be held back from Gundy.It got heated:Mike Gundy & Tom Herman in a steel cage at WrestleMania 35 pic.twitter.com/U6PsZALIHq— Barstool Sports (@barstooltweetss) October 28, 2018Details have started to reveal what happened, as Gundy explained everything in a post-game interview on ABC.Basically: Gundy had ran onto the field to make sure a fight between players didn’t break out, Herman thought Gundy was being unfair to his Texas players and it was mostly just a misunderstanding.The two head coaches were seen talking cordially at midfield after the game.
ATHENS, GA – NOVEMBER 24: A general view of Sanford Stadium during the game between the Georgia Bulldogs and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on November 24, 2018 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo by Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)The rich could get richer in Georgia, as the SEC powerhouse has a really important recruiting weekend coming up for its football program.Georgia currently has the No. 4 recruiting class in the country, per 247Sports. Kirby Smart has commitments from 13 recruits, which includes a pair of five-star players.Even though he isn’t considered the top-rated recruit for the Bulldogs, four-star offensive tackle Tate Ratledge has instantly become a fan favorite in Athens.Ratledge already gave his commitment to Georgia, and now, he is trying to recruit other players to join him. It turns out that he’ll be in Athens this weekend to help the cause. The Bulldogs have an official visit on their schedule with five-star tailback Kendall Milton. He is considering a handful of top programs, but Georgia will have a chance to sway his opinion in its direction.Clearly, Ratledge isn’t afraid to join the recruiting effort to bring Milton to Athens.The four-star recruit tagged Milton in a post, saying “Something special happening in Athens right now! I know y’all seeing this.”Something special happening in Athens right now! I know y’all seeing this… @therealkmilt @Runzekerun01— Tate Ratledge 🐺 (@tateratledge22) June 11, 2019In addition to helping the Bulldogs’ pitch to Milton, Ratledge will meet with fellow commit Joshua Braun. The two offensive linemen should be a force for years to come.There’s no denying that Georgia has already put together a special recruiting class for 2020. However, landing a commitment from Milton would elevate its status even higher.We’ll keep you updated on Milton’s recruitment process.
MISSISSAUGA, Ont. – Police say a suspect wanted in connection with the beating of an autistic man in Mississauga, Ont., has turned himself in.They say 25-year-old Ronjot Singh Dhami of no fixed address was charged with one count of aggravated assault on Monday.Dhami’s lawyer had said last week that his client is innocent but planned to turn himself in.Peel regional police say a 29-year-old man with autism was sitting at the bottom of a stairwell at the Mississauga Square One bus terminal on March 13 when three men allegedly began punching and kicking him.Police had previously charged Parmvir Singh Chahil, 21, with aggravated assault in relation to the incident.Officers say they also charged a 44-year-old Windsor woman and an 18-year-old Windsor man with accessory after the fact in connection with the case.They’re also looking for a third suspect in the case — a man who may go by the name of Jason.
Top US administration advisors will attend Mr. Annan’s morning meeting with the President, according to spokesman Fred Eckhard, who said that the Secretary-General would also meet with Secretary of State Colin Powell in the afternoon.Mr. Annan is scheduled to discuss reconstruction in Afghanistan during separate meetings with the President of the World Bank, James Wolfensohn, and the Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Horst Koehler, the spokesman said. The Secretary-General is also expected to meet with both Senate and House leaders on Capital Hill. Asked about the motivation for the trip, Mr. Eckhard said, “The Secretary-General had the intention of going back to Washington; I think the Afghanistan agenda has made it more vital that he have these meetings face-to-face now.” The spokesman added that the Secretary-General would also raise the issues of financing for development and the HIV/AIDS epidemic. While in Washington, Mr. Annan is scheduled to address a luncheon at the Department of State hosted by the American Academy of Diplomacy, which will award him the Excellence in Diplomacy Award.In the evening, the Secretary-General will deliver a speech at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs. Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright will present the Secretary-General with the W. Averill Harriman Democracy Award. Mr. Annan will share that award with Peter and Linda Biehl, founders of the Amy Biehl Foundation in Africa.
“There was not enough engagement,” Jean-Marie Guéhenno, Under-Secretary-General for Peacekeeping Operations, told the press after briefing the Security Council on his discussions with Sudanese President Omar al Bashir and other African leaders on the margins of the African Union (AU) Summit meeting held in Banjul earlier this month. In his talks with President al Bashir in Banjul, Secretary-General Kofi Annan said that there was agreement on the need to immediately strengthen the AU mission in Darfur (AMIS) and to consolidate the peace accord in that region, which has seen scores of thousands of people killed and over 2 million displaced.However, the Sudanese President’s agreement on the deployment of a UN force, which peacekeeping officials have said was needed by January 2007 to fully implement the peace accord, was not secured in the talks, Mr. Guéhenno said, although progress had been made in dispelling any notion that such a force would have any “colonial” or other hidden objectives.“The international community is interested in Darfur because it is interested in helping the people of Sudan and the Government of Sudan in establishing the authority of the State and peace and security throughout the territory,” the peacekeeping chief said he stressed.Mr. Guéhenno also emphasized that further engagement with the Government was needed. “I think we need to continue that discussion, because clearly the Government of Sudan has to be a part of the solution.” In any case, he said it was important to strengthen AMIS and make sure that the situation in Darfur does not deteriorate in the next six months, and for that reason he said he had highlighted to the Council the importance of a conference aimed at supporting the AU mission, to be held on 18 July in Brussels.
Five things to know about Canada’s carbon pricing landscape Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced a national “floor price” on carbon Monday that would require all provinces and territories to have some form of carbon pricing by 2018.Here are five things to know about putting a price on carbon:Why a carbon price?Putting a price on carbon is meant to give people and companies an incentive to look for lower emission options to save money. The price can come in the form of a specific tax or levy, like the minimum $10 per tonne the federal government has set for 2018, or a more indirect cap-and-trade system.Which provinces have a carbon tax in place?British Columbia introduced a carbon tax in 2008 and it now stands at $30 a tonne, adding an extra 6.67 cents to each litre of gasoline and 7.67 cents to each litre of diesel. In August, the province said it would stick to that price until other jurisdictions catch up.Alberta announced last November it will have a $20-per-tonne carbon levy in place next year, rising to $30 a tonne in 2018. For both provinces, the tax applies to gasoline, diesel, natural gas and propane.What are the alternatives?Quebec joined California in a cap-and-trade carbon market in 2014, and Ontario is set to start trading in the same market next year. Cap-and-trade systems set economy-wide limits on emissions and then establish a carbon market, within which industries are allotted permits for emissions that they can buy and sell, with the costs passed on to consumers.The federal government says provinces that go this route have to set emissions caps that correspond to how much a specific carbon price is expected to reduce emissions.Where does the money go?Provincial governments that have implemented carbon taxes get to keep that revenue, while the federal government said it will also return funds from any federally-imposed carbon tax to the jurisdiction of origin.British Columbia’s system is designed to be revenue neutral, meaning the government will take in no extra money from the tax and instead return it through tax cuts and credits. Alberta’s system returns some of the costs to lower-income consumers in the form of a rebate, and small business taxes have been reduced from three per cent to two per cent to help offset costs. But about two-thirds will go towards spending more generally on diversifying the economy, including on renewable energy, transit infrastructure and energy efficiency measures.Who is exempt?Alberta and B.C. have several exemptions to the tax, such as those that apply to the agricultural sector and some air travel. Large emitters in Alberta including oilsands operations fall under a different system that sets specific emission reduction goals.The federal government said any carbon pricing should minimize competitiveness impacts and avoid simply driving emitting industries abroad, particularly for trade-exposed sectors. by The Canadian Press Posted Oct 3, 2016 2:45 pm MDT Last Updated Oct 3, 2016 at 3:31 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. However, her mother said in June that she had taken a “turn for the worse” and that her condition was “critical.”The trial at Manchester Crown Court heard Bolland had been involved in a “petty” feud with Mrs Pearson’s 17-year-old son Kyle over damage to a car, prompting a series of tit-for-tat attacks.A jury was told Bolland and Worrall were fuelled by drink and drugs as they filled two glass bottles with £1.50 of petrol bought from a local garage, stuffing the tops with tissue paper as they prepared the attack at 5am on December 11 2017.Two lit petrol bombs were thrown inside Kyle’s mother’s home after the kitchen window was smashed.Bolland hurled his bottle which “exploded” near the stairs, blocking the only exit to the ground floor and trapping the victims upstairs.Within seconds, flames engulfed the three-bedroom mid-terrace home.Mrs Pearson, then 36, woke up and screamed “Not the kids! Not my kids!” and dialled 999, but she was overcome with heat and smoke before completing the call.Kyle Pearson managed to escape with a friend, Bobby Harris.In light of her death, Greater Manchester police (GMP) said they would be reviewing the investigation and consulting with the Crown Prosecution Service. The mother of four children killed in a petrol bomb attack has died, more than a year-and-a-half after being injured in the blaze, as police said they would review the investigation into the arsonists.Michelle Pearson, 37, suffered severe burns in the blaze and had been in hospital since the fire in December 2017 in Walkden, Greater Manchester.Her mother, Sandra Lever, broke the news to friends on Facebook on Monday, writing: “Sadly last night, after a hard 20 months of fighting our beautiful Michelle gained her wings and went to join her babies.”The blaze claimed the lives of siblings Demi Pearson, 15, her brother Brandon, aged eight, and sisters Lacie, aged seven, and Lia, aged three.In May, Zak Bolland and David Worrall, then 23 and 25, were each convicted of four counts of murder and jailed for life, with minimum terms of 40 and 37 years respectively, while Courtney Brierley was jailed for 21 years for manslaughter.Mrs Pearson was put into an induced coma after suffering 75 per cent burns to her body. She appeared to be recovering in February of this year, when she was filmed outside a hospital releasing heart-shaped balloons in a tribute to her children.She was seen in a wheelchair, with a tracheostomy tube in her neck and both legs in casts. Det Supt Lewis Hughes from GMP said: “As the senior investigating officer for the investigation into the fire, I know first-hand how devastating the death of her four children was for Michelle and the news of her passing is incredibly tragic.”“I would like to extend my sincere condolences to Michelle’s loved ones at this terrible time.”
Dear Editor,Within recent times there are constant reports from every section of the media on daily armed robberies, home invasions, carjacking and wanton lawlessness. These acts are becoming so prevalent and done with such impunity, several times each day, that it is only a matter of time before they become acceptable as social norms.They will be become ingrained as acceptable social behaviours, because those who are responsible for the preservation of law and order are either often found being actively involved in criminal behaviours and those that are not involved are least concerned. Civil society is then left defenseless to the mercy of those who chose to wreak havoc on their lives.It takes the average Guyanese more than courage and brevity to live in this society. It borders on luck, but how long will it last for those who have not yet suffered from these brazen acts of violence and mayhem? The only consolation from the agency whose motto is “to protect and serve” is the nice statistics that crime is on the decline, and the usual conclusion on every media report that “an investigation has been launched”, and thereafter faded into permanent obscurity.Yours faithfully,Selwyn Narinedatt Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedLETTER: Society must share blame for brutal rape, murder of Berbice teenSeptember 28, 2017In “Letters”Pharma scandal: GTUC calls for $605M sole sourcing probeMarch 18, 2017In “Business”LETTER: Sad situation when persons with Degrees are robbing banksJuly 4, 2017In “latest news”
Greece’s unemployment rate in July rose to 25.1 per cent from a revised 24.8 per cent in the previous month, according to data provided by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT) this week. The number of employed amounted to 3,763,142 persons. Τhe number of unemployed amounted to 1,261,604 while the number of inactive to 3,356,276, data showed. ELSTAT said the number of employed decreased by 329,086 persons (or 8 per cent) compared with July 2011 and increased by 5,364 persons (or 0.1 per cent) compared with June 2012. The number of unemployed went up by 377,991 (or 42.8 per cent) compared with July 2011 and by 23,255 persons (or 1.9 per cent) compared with June 2012, ELSTAT said. Inactive persons – that is, persons that neither worked or looked for a job – decreased by 2,236 persons (or 0.1 per cent) compared with July 2011 and by 3,406 persons (or 0.1 percent) compared with June 2012. Source: Kathimerini Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Nuno Espirito debut season with Wolves in the Premier League has been really inconsistent. Having great and low performances ever since this PL season.Wolve’s draws matches against champions Manchester City, Arsenal and Manchester United have been offset by defeats to Cardiff and Huddersfield before the Chelsea victory.And when asked to talk about the inconsistency in Wolves performance Nuno replied:“If only I had the answer to that.”Pochettino admits Wanyama remains in his Spurs plans Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Kenyan international, Victor Wanyama, was the protagonist of a summer transfer saga, but in the end, he is set to stay at Tottenham Hotspur.“No manager can have the right answer to it because you prepare the same way, go through all of the details, you build your own team, choose your game plan and decide how to play. And then there’s a game and an opponent, who have their own ideas.”“So there is conflict that exists in a game after which you cannot say what we should change.”“We’ve won games with less of the ball and lost games with more of the ball and more shots on goal. It’s a game, it doesn’t have anything to do with the top six teams.”
HOLLYWOOD, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida woman allegedly caught trying to steal at a Home Depot was cuffed after allegedly threatening the security guard who tried to stop her.Jeana Marie Dubois was arrested Wednesday on charges of aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after she pulled a gun on the Home Depot security guard, on June 6.According to Hollywood Police, Dubois was with an accomplice at the time of the confrontation, and the scene was all caught on the store surveillance system.The duo dropped close to $300 worth of motion sensor lights as they ran from the store before they were caught.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Now that Hurricane Irma’s cone of concern encompasses the entire Florida Keys, Monroe County will activate its Emergency Operation Center at noon on Tuesday.Meteorologists said on Monday that the probability the storm will reach South Florida as a major hurricane by Saturday is high. They added the region could begin to experience tropical storm-force winds as early as Friday afternoon.RELATED: Florida Keys residents prepare for Hurricane IrmaCounty officials said it is not too late for people with special needs who may want transportation to shelters to register with the Monroe County Special Needs Registry. They indicated they should register no later than Wednesday morning. The Monday 11PM Advisory for Major Hurricane Irma. #flwx #flkeys #keywest pic.twitter.com/yy9aMen6vu— NWS Key West (@NWSKeyWest) September 5, 2017For more information or to register online, click here, or call 305-292-4591.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.