Scoreboard roundup — 3/22/18

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailABC News(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from Thursday’s sports events:INTERLEAGUEMiami 15, Houston 7Detroit 6, Philadelphia 2San Diego 7, Cleveland 6Milwaukee 1, Kansas City 0Colorado 4, Oakland 2Toronto 5, Pittsburgh 4Cincinnati 7, Texas 6Chicago White Sox 3, Arizona 1L.A. Dodgers 4, L.A. Angels 3AMERICAN LEAGUEBaltimore 10, Boston 7N.Y. Yankees 2, Minnesota 1Tampa Bay 5, Toronto 3Seattle 5, Texas 4NATIONAL LEAGUESt. Louis 8, Atlanta 2N.Y. Mets 12, Washington 5San Francisco 4, Chicago Cubs 3NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATIONCharlotte 140, Memphis 79Philadelphia 118, Orlando 98New Orleans 128, L.A. Lakers 125Houston 100, Detroit 96Utah 119, Dallas 112Sacramento 105, Atlanta 90NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUEPhiladelphia 4, N.Y. Rangers 3Carolina 6, Arizona 5Columbus 4, Florida 0Tampa Bay 7, N.Y. Islanders 6Washington 1, Detroit 0Edmonton 6, Ottawa 2Toronto 5, Nashville 2Vancouver 5, Chicago 2L.A. Kings 7, Colorado 1San Jose 2, Vegas 1TOP 25 COLLEGE BASKETBALL(7) Michigan 99, Texas A&M 72Florida St. 75, (8) Gonzaga 60Kansas St. 61, (18) Kentucky 58Loyola of Chicago 69, (24) Nevada 68Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund Written bycenter_img March 23, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 3/22/18last_img read more

Utah State Fall Football Practices Commence August 1

first_img Brad James Tags: Family Football Fun Day/Merlin Olsen Field at Maverik Stadium/Utah State Football/Wake Forest Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailLOGAN, Utah-Utah State football confirmed it will commence fall football practices August 1 per a Friday news release.All practices will be at the Aggies’ practice field or on Merlin Olsen Field at Maverik Stadium.The Aggies will have 24 fall practice sessions, including the Family Football Fun Day August 17 on Merlin Olsen Field at Maverik Stadium at 5:00 pm.Nine practices will be open to the public, the sessions August 1, 2, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 17. Media interviews will be available upon request following any practice.The Aggies will be in helmets, practice jerseys and shorts Thursday and Friday August 1 and 2.On August 3 and 5, Utah State will add shoulder pads before going into full pads August 6, ahead of the season opener at Wake Forest August 30. July 26, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah State Fall Football Practices Commence August 1last_img read more

USS Ingraham Welcomes New CPOs

first_img September 25, 2014 View post tag: New View post tag: welcomes Pinned were Chief Cryptologic Technician (Technical) (SW/AW) Aubin L. Miller, Chief Information Systems Technician (SW/IDW/AW) Andrew K. Imamura, Chief Fire Controlman (SW) Harry Hall, and Chief Gas Turbine Technician (Mechanical) (SW) Robert C. Geissinger to the rank of chief petty officer (CPO).These new CPOs join a 121-year-old tradition of leadership in the Navy. Through years of experience, performance, and testing, these individuals assume greater responsibility and privileges that they are bound to observe and expected to fulfill.The new chief’s were presented new covers as a symbol of the community they are joining. The CPO’s Creed was recited during this presentation, representing the honored position of chief.Ingraham is currently deployed in support of UNITAS 55-14.[mappress]Press Release, September 25, 2014; Image: US Navy Authorities View post tag: americas Share this article USS Ingraham Welcomes New CPOs View post tag: CPOs View post tag: USS Ingraham View post tag: Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today USS Ingraham Welcomes New CPOs View post tag: Naval USS Ingraham (FFG 61) welcomed the US Navy’s newest chief petty officers during a pinning ceremony Sept. 16. View post tag: News by topiclast_img read more

VIDEO: US Coast Guard Rescues Person from Sailing Vessel

first_img View post tag: Guard VIDEO: US Coast Guard Rescues Person from Sailing Vessel View post tag: Person View post tag: Video View post tag: Sailing View post tag: rescues The U.S Coast Guard rescued a person aboard a sailing vessel taking on water approximately 75 miles southwest off Monterey, Thursday morning.At 6:26 a.m., Coast Guard Sector San Francisco Command Center watchstanders received a distress call from the master of the 31-foot sailing vessel Apster. Due to an inaudible radio transmission, communications was lost.Watchstanders were able to determine the general direction from shore the vessel master had called and launched rescue crews from Coast Guard Air Station San Francisco and the Coast Guard Cutter Sockeye.The Coast Guard issued an Urgent Marine Information Broadcast for all vessels in the vicinity to be on the lookout for Apster. The commercial ship Medi Venezia established communications with Apster and reported there was a person aboard a distressed vessel taking on water. Shortly thereafter, the towing vessel Vision diverted from towing a barge around 20 nautical miles away to assist.The master of Apster was able to slow the flooding and stabilize the vessel.Once a Coast Guard helicopter crew arrived on scene and quickly assessed the situation, the crew determined to hoist the master aboard the helicopter. He was transported to Monterey Municipal Airport where emergency medical services were waiting to take him to County Hospital of Monterey Peninsula for further medical evaluation.“The mariner’s actions had the biggest impact on the success of the case,” said Lt. William Burtt, Air Station San Francisco aircraft commander. “He went out to sea properly equipped with survival and communication equipment. He recognized the severity of his situation and called the Coast Guard early enough to allow our crew to hoist him before conditions deteriorated. The crew and mariners all worked well as a team in the challenging weather conditions.”“I want to thank the vessels Vision and Medi Venezia for their assistance this morning,” said Capt. Greg Stump, commander, Sector San Francisco. “Their willingness to help epitomizes the professionalism of our commercial maritime community and assisted in giving a gift no greater than a life saved.”Press Release View post tag: News by topic View post tag: from View post tag: coast December 29, 2014 View post tag: vessel View post tag: US Back to overview,Home naval-today VIDEO: US Coast Guard Rescues Person from Sailing Vessel Share this articlelast_img read more

Watch Gov’t Mule Close Out The Xmas Jam With A Pair Of Allman Brothers Band Covers

first_imgThe 28th annual Christmas Jam was held in Asheville, NC last weekend, bringing artists together in celebration of the holiday season. At the helm of the Christmas Jam is guitarist Warren Haynes, who recruited an all-star lineup of musicians for the celebration. Haynes also brought his own band, Gov’t Mule, to the party, closing out the night with some true Southern rock n’ roll for the audience.Not only did Mule treat fans to their own music, but they took it back to the roots of the Southern rock genre with some prime Allman Brothers Band covers. The show also featured a number of special guests on percussion, as founding drummer Matt Abts was fortunately unable to attend due to a family emergency. With Abts come, a rotating lineup of Jeff Sipe, Duane Trucks, Paul Riddle, Count M’butu and Rocky Lindsey all filled in on percussion/drums throughout the night.The band also welcomed in musicians like Marcus King, Branford Marsalis, Mike Barnes, Steve Kimock and more, all helping to raise the energy of this rock and roll party. Check out the crazy “Dreams > Mountain Jam > Drum Solo > Mountain Jam” finale that took place near 3 AM last Saturday, with Gov’t Mule, Paul Riddle, Duane Trucks, Count M’butu and Branford Marsalis.Check out the video, courtesy of rohbear1, below.Setlist: Gov’t Mule | 28th Annual Christmas Jam | Asheville, NC | 12/10/16Set: Mule, 32/20 Blues*#@, Sco-Mule$%, Dreams&+!^ > Mountain Jam&+!^ > Drum Solo&+! > Mountain Jam&+!^Notes:* With Mike Barnes on guitar# With Smoky Greenwell on [email protected] With Marcus King on guitar^ With Branford Marsalis on Saxophone$ With Jeff Sipe on Drums% With Steve Kimock on guitar and lap steel& With Paul Riddle on drums+ With Duane Trucks and drums! With Count M’Butu on percussionRocky Lindsley – Drumslast_img read more

Shumlin presents new health care billing plan

first_imgSenator Shumlin today announced the development of a state of the art health care billing system.  The system will include health care insurance cards, a health care payment card and an established network where providers and payers can connect via a central hub.  This new structure will fix our broken and confusing collections system byimproving efficiency and saving Vermonters money.   We have the opportunity to lead the nation by becoming the first state to implement an efficient and effective health care billing system, said Senator Peter Shumlin. Vermont has led the nation in health care reform and can continue to lead with the implementation of a health care billing system that will save Vermonters hundreds of millions of dollars.Twenty cents of every dollar spent on health care is directed toward health care s inefficient billing system.  The implementation of this state of the art system has the potential to save Vermonters $300 million. It is my goal to leave this session with a plan to move Vermont toward a system where every Vermonter has a healthcare card and access to a more affordable health care system, said Senator Shumlin.Such a system is reliant on a state of the art technology infrastructure and the development of this system will better position Vermont to take advantage of the federal stimulus grants for broadband. The Senate Appropriations and Health and Welfare committees will hear testimony on the development of this health care billing system this afternoon.Source: Office of the President Pro Temlast_img read more

Guatemalan Police Capture Operative Linked to Sinaloa Cartel’s “El Chapo”

first_imgBy Dialogo July 02, 2013 Fugitive Sinaloa Cartel leader Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzmán recently suffered a blow to his transnational criminal operation when authorities in Guatemala seized Samuel Escobar, a key alleged operative for the organized crime group. On May 20, Guatemalan National Civil Police captured Samuel Escobar, 20, in the department of San Marcos, near the Pacific coast. The region contains many drug smuggling routes used by El Chapo’s forces. Security forces confiscated a gun, jewelry, assault rifle cartridges and $128,000 in cash from Escobar, according to Guatemala Interior Minister Mauricio López Bonilla. Escobar was part of an organized crime gang allied with El Chapo, López said, noting that in the days before Escobar was captured, he and other gang members apparently knew that security forces were after them. “In a phone call they warned us to stop or they would start killing police officers,” López told reporters. That was a sign that the Escobar was allied with the Sinaloa cartel, which has kidnapped and killed dozens of police officers in Mexico. A group of heavily armed gang members did kidnap a Guatemalan police officer, but he was able to escape, authorities said. A broad security operation The arrest of Escobar was part of a mission to find gang members who were living in the municipality of Malacatán, near the Mexican border, López said. In addition to Escobar, National Civil Police also detained Deisy Villagran, 57, who allegedly had firearms, drugs and a money-counting machine inside her house. National Civil Police also arrested 44-year-old Juventino Encarnación García, an alleged drug trafficker who is suspected of collaborating with El Chapo. Security forces in Mexico have scored a number of victories against El Chapo in recent months. For example, on April 30, agents with the Federal Police in Sonora captured El Chapo’s father-in-law, Inés Coronel Barrera. Coronel is charged with trafficking large amounts of cocaine for the Sinaloa cartel. Federal Police also captured El Chapo’s brother-in-law, Inés Omar Coronel, 25, and three other alleged Sinaloa cartel operatives. The agents also seized more than 500 pounds of marijuana and four military assault rifles. Inés Coronel is the father of El Chapo’s fourth wife, former beauty queen Emma Coronel Aispuro, 23. She reportedly married El Chapo when she was 18. The Sinaloa and Los Zetas cartels are waging a violent battle for control of drug trafficking routes in Guatemala. Two of the three major routes in that country are controlled by Los Zetas, and the other is controlled by El Chapo, according to Guatemalan President Otto Pérez Molina. Mexican drug cartels operate in Central America El Chapo’s forces and Los Zetas are active in Guatemala and other parts of Central America, said Alejandro Hope, a security analyst with the Mexican Institute for Competitiveness. Both organized crime groups have formed alliances with local gangs in Guatemala and other Central American countries. “I doubt that their operatives [in Central America] are dominant players, but they are there and they will fight to secure their routes,” Hope said. The Sinaloa cartel has been operating in Guatemala for at least 10 years, while Los Zetas showed up in 2007. At the time, Los Zetas was the armed wing of the Gulf cartel (CDG). Los Zetas broke away from the CDG in 2010 and became its own transnational criminal organization. In October 2012, Mexican Marines killed longtime Los Zetas kingpin Heriberto Lazcano Lazcano in Progreso, Coahuila. He was known as “The Executioner,” “El Lazca,” and “Z-3.” Miguel Angel Trevino Morales took The Executioner’s place as leader of Los Zetas. He is known as “Commander 40,” “40,” and “Z-40.” In February 2013, Guatemalan authorities announced that “El Chapo” himself had been killed in the Petén jungle. A man who resembled El Chapo had been killed during a confrontation with security forces, officials said. The report turned out to be inaccurate. Security forces capture El Chapo operatives Mexico and the United States are cooperating in the battle against transnational criminal organizations, primarily by sharing information. Mexico and Guatemala, and Guatemala and the United States are also cooperating to combat organized crime. In recent years, security forces in Guatemala have confiscated large amounts of drugs which belonged to El Chapo, and have captured several of his operatives: • In June 2012, Guatemalan National Civil Police captured Walter Arelio Montejo Merida, an alleged Sinaloa cartel operative who is known as “Zope.” In March 2013, Zope was extradited to the United States, where he faces federal drug trafficking charges. • In December 2011, the National Civil Police seized 500 kilograms of methamphetamines at an illegal lab in the department of San Marcos. The lab was run by El Chapo’s operatives, authorities said. • In January 2011, the Guatemalan Army arrested five armed men who were in possession of 65 barrels of acetone, which is needed to make methamphetamines. The men were suspected of working for El Chapo. Shortly after taking office on Jan. 14, 2012, Perez Molina said that his administration would attempt to verify intelligence reports that El Chapo, the billionaire fugitive leader of the Sinaloa cartel, was back in Guatemala. Perez Molina, a former army general, captured El Chapo in 1993. Guatemala handed him over to the Mexican government. El Chapo escaped from a high-security prison in January 2001. Beginning in 2010, Guatemalan security forces have received periodic reports that El Chapo was in their country. But El Chapo is unlikely to go to Guatemala anytime soon, “for any reason at all,” said Malcolm Beith, author of “The Last Narco,” a book about El Chapo. Man. They catch him and the Mexicans who think they’re so smart let him get away, or maybe they let him go intentionally.last_img read more

Last of 4 LIRR Ticket Machine Skim Scammers Sentenced

first_imgSign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Sentences have been handed down to the last of four Romanian immigrants who admitted to their roles in a card-skimming scheme that targeted Long Island Rail Road ticket machines last year.Nassau County Judge Christopher Quinn sentenced Dorin Husa, 38, and 46-year-old Niculae Petre to a year in jail on Thursday after they pleaded guilty in March to criminal possession of forgery devices. They were also ordered to forfeit $7,000 in proceeds that investigators found in their apartment.Authorities said the duo were involved with fellow Queens residents Valer Zaharia, 38, and his 27-year-old wife, Teodora Zaharia, who each pleaded guilty to grand larceny. Teodora was sentenced to nine months in jail last month. Valer, who also pleaded guilty to conspiracy last month, was sentenced to 2 to 6 years in prison—in addition to forfeiting $61,251.MTA police officers arrested the couple in October a day after watching them retrieve two skimming devices and hidden cameras from Ticket Vending Machines at the Sea Cliff LIRR station.When police executed a search warrant on the couple’s apartment, investigators found materials used to manufacture credit card skimmers and cameras installed at LIRR and Metro-North Rail Road stations, plus cash obtained using stolen bank information, authorities said.A fifth man, 31-year-old Cezar Nastasa, who fled the country when the other four were arrested, is wanted on charges of grand larceny, conspiracy, unlawful possession of a skimmer device and criminal possession of a forgery device.last_img read more

ExxonMobil still assessing PNG LNG damage, says pipeline not affected by quake

first_imgPNG LNG (Image courtesy of Oil Search)US energy giant ExxonMobil said it was still assessing the extent of damage at its PNG LNG export project following a magnitude 7.5 earthquake that struck on Monday in Papua New Guinea’s highlands.ExxonMobil previously announced it had shut the two LNG trains at the plant on the coast near Port Moresby after earlier shutting its Hides gas conditioning plant and Hides production pads in Hela province in the highlands region.In an update on Thursday, ExxonMobil’s PNG unit, operator of PNG LNG, said the evacuation of non-essential personnel from the Hides plant had been completed with specialist engineers flown to Hides to join remaining personnel on site to assist with damage and repair assessments.According to the statement, a surveillance of the PNG LNG pipeline on Wednesday, February 28 confirmed it has not been damaged.“A full assessment of the damage caused by the earthquake is expected to take time, particularly given the damage to roads and other infrastructure,” the statement said. LNG World News Staff ExxonMobil declares force majeure?center_img Reuters reported on Friday citing an unidentified industry source as saying that ExxonMobil had declared force majeure on exports from the PNG LNG project.The report said that ExxonMobil had earlier told buyers that the plant’s two LNG trains would be shut for at least seven days.According to the report, there are concerns about a possible extended shutdown, which could affect not only the project’s four main buyers but also other buyers in Asia.ExxonMobil owns 41.6% percent in the LNG project while Oil Search holds a 29 percent interest in PNG LNG, partly located in the Highlands region of Papua New Guinea.The project includes the gas conditioning plant in Hides and liquefaction and storage facilities near Port Moresby with a capacity of 6.9 million tonnes per year.last_img read more

Bulldog Swimming Results At Madison Small School Tourney

first_imgThe Batesville High School Men’s and Women’s swimming teams traveled to Madison to participate in the Madison Small School Invitational on Saturday morning. Silver Creek and North Harrison rounded out the participating teams.TEAM SCORESMenMadison 387Batesville Bulldogs 275North Harrison 207Silver Creek 111WomenNorth Harrison 315Madison 301Batesville Bulldogs 261Silver Creek 125BULLDOG WINNERSMenEthan Brewer — 100 Fly (59.WomenGwen Martin — 50 Free (28.94)Maria Lopez — 100 Fly (1:11.65)Sonja Gaulin — 100 Free (1:04.77)NOTABLESThe Women’s 200 Free Relay placed first (Lopez, Gaulin, Wonnel, Martin)Second place finishers were Lopez (200 IM), Gaulin (200 Free), Johnson (100 Free, 100 Back), Martin (500 Free), Callahan (500 Free), Moster (100 BR)UP NEXTThe Batesville Bulldogs swim team will be visiting Shelbyville for a Relay-Only Invitational on Dec. 14.Results will be available online here: Courtesy of Bulldogs Coach Greg McMullen.last_img read more