FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailThe University of Utah athletics department and teams plan to honor the memory of deceased track and field student-athlete Lauren McCluskey in several ways.McCluskey was killed tragically Monday night by her ex-boyfriend. See the below schedule for how the University and it’s teams will honor her:Today (Wednesday, Oct. 24)5:00 p.m. Candlelight Vigil on the steps of the Park Building. The track and field and cross country teams will wear black ribbons.7:00 p.m. Volleyball match vs. Washington State. There will be a moment of silence and Utah and Washington State will link arms in solidary for Lauren, who is from Pullman, Wash. Stickers with the winged foot logo attached to this email will be given to fans.Thursday, Oct. 257:00 p.m. Soccer game vs. UCLA. There will be a moment of silence and the Utah players will wear wristbands with the heart logo bearing Lauren’s initials. Fans will receive the winged foot logo.Friday, Oct. 2611:10 a.m. PT Pac-12 Cross Country Championships at Stanford. The cross country team will wear black uniforms with a patch of the heart logo bearing Lauren’s initials.7:30 p.m. PT Football game at UCLA. The Utes will wear a helmet decal with the winged foot logo. In addition, the UCLA athletics department will hold a moment of silence at the game.OtherA Lauren McCluskey memorial fund has been established by the University of Utah to honor her memory. On request of Lauren’s family, the fund will help support future scholarships for student-athletes in track and field. Link to the Laura McClusky Memorial Fund: https://giving.utah.edu/lauren-mccluskey/.Condolences and messages of support to everyone grieving Lauren’s loss can be left by clicking on this link: https://continuum.utah.edu/lauren-mccluskey/.Additional plans are being discussed. October 24, 2018 /Sports News – Local Ute teams to honor Lauren McCluskey Tags: Lauren McCluskey/Track & Field/University of Utah/Utah Utes Written by Robert Lovell
19SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr Over a month ago, Instagram released some new functionality called “Stories.” Some of you may have heard of this already, some of you may not know what I’m talking about at all (and that’s totally okay!). Basically, Instagram wanted to deliver similar functionality to their platform as Snapchat, such as cute filters and text overlay for videos and photos.Similar to Snapchat, Instagram Stories are only available to your followers for 24 hours, and then they are deleted from Instagram. To view Stories of accounts you follow, look at the top of your Instagram feed for “circles” and then select one you would like to view. Instagram then scrolls through Stories automatically (one after the other) for the accounts you follow until it reaches the end of the Stories for that moment in time.Should Credit Unions Use Instagram Stories?Some of you may be surprised by what I’m about to say, but let me just tell you the truth. We love Instagram, but we are not fans of Stories! So don’t make the mistake of adopting Stories to use for your Credit Union, and here are three reasons why:1. Reason #1: There is no natural flow with Stories continue reading »
Near the top of the list were Delaware County at number six and Broome County at number seven. “That is a pretty significant portion of our population that is over 80,” said Holochak. “So, we do know they are more at risk. They are part of the population we are putting most of our efforts in.” Following shortly down the lines of 62 counties, Chenango came in at 13 and Tioga at 30. (WBNG) — After Cornell University released a study of the most vulnerable counties in New York, 12 News caught up with local health officials on why some Southern Tier areas ranked so high. Meanwhile, Broome County Public Health Director, Rebecca Kaufman, says the county’s ranking is also due to the older population as well as people grouped in larger facilities such as nursing homes. She says in response to this and other data they are looking at, they have specifically been working with the county to assist the elderly population. “A lot of the group living facilities or senior living facilities will work with the emergency operations center in both planning and procurement of PPE,” said Kaufman. More information on this study can be found on Cornell University’s website. Neighboring counties ranked lower on the list, such as Tompkins County at 52. Kylie Holochak from the Tioga County Health Department says she’s not alarmed by the ranking, adding that more than five percent of the county’s population is people over 80 years old. Holochak says in Tioga County, officials have seen an increase in family households, especially ones with three generations in one home. She advises anyone who tests positive and lives at home to isolate in a part of the home and dedicate a bathroom solely to the individual who is sick.
Share on: WhatsApp KCCA striker SserunkumaSundowns 2 KCCA 1SaturdayVipers vs Platinum Stars (South Africa)Striker Geoffrey Sserunkuma’s away goal will give KCCA the belief needed to knock out African champions Mamelodi Sundowns.The African champions who went 2-0 up in the first 10 minutes, could only manage a 2-1 first leg win Friday night at the Lucas Moripe stadium in Pretoria.Triumph at the expense of the defending champions over two legs next week at the Phillip Omondi stadium in Kampala will make the KCCA the first Ugandan side to make it to the lucrative group stages.KCCA coach Mike Mutebi said: “Scoring an away goal will boost our confidence, but a big battle lies ahead in the return match as Sundowns are a very good side.”Ivorian Bangaly Soumahoro, one of five starters who helped beat Zamalek of Egypt in the 2016 final, nodded Sundowns into the lead after two minutes. Brazilian Ricardo Nascimento doubled the lead on six minutes from a penalty awarded when Thapelo Morena was pushed in the back before Sserunkuma struck.The four most successful clubs in African competitions started the 2017 CAF Champions League this weekend expecting to build first-leg leads at home in last-32 ties.The last-32 line-up included eight winners of the Champions League, plus title-holders Mamelodi Sundowns of South Africa.AF Champions League leading goal scorers3: Sserunkuma (KCCA/UGA), Allafi (Al Ahly Tripoli/LBA), Guikan (Port Louis/MRI), Said (St George/ETH)2: Igbinoba, Ovoke (both Rivers Utd/NGR), Abdalla (Al Merrikh/SUD), Boy (Township Rollers/BOT), Daouda (Coton Sport/CMR), Etekiama (V Club/COD), Jeremiah (Kadiogo/BUR), Khamis (Zimamoto/ZAN), Mensah (Mounana/GAB), Sahui (Tanda/CIV), Saltu (Ahly Tripoli)[View the story “Sundowns 2 KCCA 1” on Storify]
President Trump’s Sunday morning announcement that Islamic State leader Al-Baghdadi is dead raises the question about the future of ISIS.According to local former CIA analyst Lisa Ruth, U.S. intelligence agencies are on high alert following the news.She says of Al-Baghdadi, “He’s completely ruthless. He’s the one who started the beheadings and burning people alive.” Al-Baghdadi led the group since 2014. President Trump told the nation in a televised address that Al-Baghdadi was killed in a U.S. raid in Syria.Ruth adds, “His death is very important symbolically. It does mean ISIS is no longer what it was.” On the other hand, “Frankly, the risk potential right now over the next several months is fairly high because ISIS is in a position where they’re going to want to prove that they remain relevant.”
The radio station,710 KNUS, canceled the show immediately and called Bonniwell’s comment “inappropriate.”Bonniwell, who’s a Trump supporter issued a statement saying the comment was meant as a joke. “I’m sorry it was not received in that light,” he added.After receiving backlash, he issued another statement saying “Violence causes too much hurt for victims and their families and we truly did not intend to add to that pain.” On Tuesday afternoon a radio host went on air and made a distasteful “joke.”Chuck Bonniwell, was opening a segment of the “Chuck and Julie” show when he said they would be discussing the “never-ending impeachment of Donald Trump,” and then proceeds to say “you know, you wish for a nice school shooting to interrupt the (monotony).”“No, no, don’t even say that, no, don’t even say that,” His wife and co-host Julie Hayden said. “Don’t call us. Chuck didn’t say that.”Bonniwell immediately said “which, no one would be hurt.”Here’s the full audio segment from Tuesday’s Chuck & Julie show, before @710KNUS host Bonniwell’s “you-wish-for-a-nice-school-shooting” comment from its online recording of the show. (at 1 min 30 seconds)
Authorities are investigating reports of multiple vehicles being fired upon Wednesday on I-4 between northern Seminole County and southern Volusia County.Officials say that no one was injured, although at least 13 cars were struck. The Florida Highway Patrol announced Thursday they have located a vehicle that was possibly involved, although they did not provide details.Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood tweeted that it appeared as if a small caliber, pellet or BB gun may have been involved, although that remains unconfirmed. He does not believe it was a targeted sniper situation.One victim says his driver-side back window was struck with either a pellet or BB gun, but he did not hear anything until his window actually cracked.Multiple law enforcement agencies are now investigating the incident.
It was unclear if the weather was a factor in the crash. The National Weather Service forecast for Westmoreland County listed light unknown precipitation and an air temperature just below freezing before the accident.The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) is sending investigators to the crash scene.This is a developing story. Five people were killed and at least another 60 were injured following a massive pileup early Sunday involving two tractor trailers, a tour bus and multiple cars on the Pennsylvania Turnpike.The crash, which shut down all lanes of traffic on the highway for 86 miles, occurred around 3:30 a.m. on Sunday in Mount Pleasant Township, which is about 30 miles east of Pittsburgh, according to the Westmoreland County Department of Public Safety.Pennsylvania Turnpike spokesman Carl DeFobo tweeted:Crews are on scene of a multi-vehicle crash with fatalities on @PA_Turnpike, milepost 86 westbound. Crash involves 2 tractor trailers, a tour bus and passenger vehicles. Turnpike is closed in both directions from New Stanton (#75) to Breezewood (#161). A prolonged closure likely.— Carl DeFebo (@cdefebo) January 5, 2020
According to reports, the proposal for recreational marijuana use in Florida will not go on the November ballot.Make It Legal Florida, a political committee, has been attempting to meet a requirement to submit 766,200 valid petition signatures to the state of Florida by the deadline- February 1st.However, they need more time. Reports say the committee went to court to try to get more time.Nick Hansen, chairman of the committee, said supporters will try to put the issue on the 2022 ballot.The proposal would allow people 21 or older to “possess, use, purchase, display, and transport up to 2.5 ounces of marijuana and marijuana accessories for personal use for any reason.”
Vice President Mike Pence landed in Tampa, Florida on Thursday to attend events being held as part of President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign.Vice President Pence will make his way to the Hillsborough County community of Wimauma early in the day to host a ‘Keep America Great Rally.’ He is then scheduled to make an appearance at a “Latinos For Trump” event at 6 p.m. at the Nación de Fe church on W. Irlo Bronson Memorial Highway in Kissimmee.His visit comes just a day after impeachment articles were signed by House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and sent to the Senate.Trump Impeachment Trial Formally Begins Today, USMCA Passes