Opa-Locka Police arrested former University of Miami and Dolphins running back Mark Walton on Thursday morning at around 3:30 AM, after receiving a domestic dispute call at 3261 NW 132nd Terrace.According to police, Walton got into a verbal dispute with the mother of his child. Police say there was no physical contact between Walton and the woman, but he violated a restraining order she filed against him in Broward County.In November of 2019, Walton was released from the Dolphins after he allegedly struck his then pregnant girlfriend.Miami Dolphins release running back Mark Walton after domestic violence arrest Police arrested Walton and transported him to TGK.
Democratic State Representative and Boca Raton resident Emily Slosberg was involuntarily hospitalized under the Baker Act last month, her father said on Wednesday.Irving Slosberg, Emily’s father, explains that his daughter suffers from PTSD as a result of the death of her twin sister in a 1996 car accident. Emily was hospitalized on October 7 and was released a few weeks later.She is now under partial hospitalization as she recovers, according to her father. He adds that she attended her legislative meetings in Tallahassee last week, and she filed legislation.At about 7:35 a.m. on October 7, a deputy was dispatched to Powerline Road just south of Glades Road after receiving reports of a “suicidal female,” according to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office. When the deputy arrived on the scene, Emily Slosberg told them she was not taking her medications and that she suffers from depression.The deputy then told Slosberg that he received a report that she was acting erratically and that she may have endangered herself.The sheriff’s report adds that the deputy responded to a nearby Shell gas station earlier that morning, where Slosberg told him that her hands were “on fire” and that she needed medical help, despite the lack of visible injuries to her hands.That is when deputies contacted Irving Slosberg, who told them that Emily showed up at his home that morning unannounced at around 6 a.m., let the dog out, and then left. He also told the deputies that his daughter never recovered from her sister’s death, and “her behavior has deteriorated ever since.”Irving Slosberg says his daughter’s episodes began about a year ago, around the time of her birthday.Earlier this year, Emily Slosberg was arrested and charged with petty theft, trespassing of a structure, and criminal mischief at a home in the Estada community.County property records show that she had sold the home last December. The new owners reported the burglary, according to the incident report released by the Boca Raton Police Department.Irving Slosberg says his daughter does not plan to resign.
Images of the two school’s mascots flooded social media last night as fans seemed to favor the outfit worn by LSU’s Mike the Tiger when compared against the duds of Clemson’s mascot, which is simply known as The Tiger. LSU took down Clemson 42-25. LSU finishes the season 15-and-0 and claims its first national title since 2007. President Trump and First Lady Melania Trump were greated with cheers and chants of USA and left before the end. LSU fans are not only celebrating their College Football Playoff National Championship Game victory, they’re also trolling Clemson fans with an online fundraiser aimed at helping the South Carolina school buy a better looking mascot costume. The head is tiny…. U.S. President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump attended the College Football Championship game in New Orleans on Monday, with LSU and Clemson set to face off. Trump and the First Lady Melania Trump were cheered by the crowd as they walked onto the field of the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, and stood for the national anthem.
Officials at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland unveiled on Thursday their plans for a new building to replace Building 12, where 17 people died and another 17 were injured during the February 14, 2018 shooting.According to Broward Schools Superintendent Robert Runcie, the building will be ready in August of this year, just in time for the 2020-21 school year.“Our goal is to make our buildings the safest in the country,” he says.Photo courtesy: Broward County School DistrictRuncie adds that there is still no firm date as to when the 1200 building will be demolished. That decision is up to the state attorney, as a result of the pending trial of suspect Nikolas Cruz.“Anything that we do on this campus certainly will require a substantial about of community input and direction,” Runcie explains.He also outlined security updates to all the district’s campuses, including more security guards, more security cameras that live feed video to the Broward County Sheriff’s Office, as well as an intercom system that can be heard all over the campuses.
Police are currently investigating an incident in which a Pompano Beach elementary school teacher allegedly kicked a 5-year-old boy with autism.The father of the 5-year-old, Michael Faloney, told reporters that McNab Elementary School staff members informed him about the incident. The allegation was made anonymously last week by a person who reported seeing the teacher put his foot on the child’s face while he was napping on the ground.School staff members also told Faloney that Child Protective Services were called and pictures were taken to document any marks.A Broward County Public Schools spokesperson has since released a statement on the incident: “The school is communicating and working with the family and will take the administrative actions that are deemed appropriate.”
The Senate will vote on the articles of impeachment Wednesday afternoon. Even with Romney crossing party lines, the Senate is expected to easily acquit Trump on both charges, considering Democrats only hold 47 seats.Two-thirds of the 100 lawmakers in the Senate would need to vote to convict the President in order to remove him from office. Romney also said his decision to vote to convict the president was “the hardest decision” he has ever had to make and one that he hoped he would never have to make. Utah Sen. Mitt Romney will become the first Republican to cross party lines and vote to convict President Donald Trump on one of the two articles of impeachment that have been filed against the president. During his statement Romney said “There’s no question that the president asked a foreign power to investigate his political foe,” “That he did so for a political purpose, and that he pressured Ukraine to get them to do help or to lead in this effort. My own view is that there’s not much I can think of that would be a more egregious assault on our Constitution than trying to corrupt an election to maintain power. And that’s what the president did.” On Wednesday, Romney said he will vote to convict Trump on the article charging the president with abuse of power. He said he would acquit Trump on the article charging obstruction of Congress.
21 Dec 2016 England team named to defend Costa Ballena title The six-man England team has been named to defend the trophy at the 2017 Costa Ballena Quadrangular Tournament in Spain. The players include Yorkshire’s Will Whiteoak and Wiltshire’s Ben Amor (image © Leaderboard Photography) who were in last year’s winning team. They will be joined by George Bloor of Derbyshire, Tom Gandy of the Isle of Man, Matthew Jordan and Josh McMahon of Cheshire. The match, against Germany, Italy and Spain will take place at Costa Ballena Golf Club from 25-27 January. England will be targeting their sixth victory, having won in 2016, 2014, 2006, 2005 and 2001. The players: Ben Amor, 21, (Marlborough) helped England win the 2016 Costa Ballena Tournament and went on to become the English Men’s County Champion of Champions. George Bloor, 21, (Cavendish) was runner-up in both the English amateur championship and the North of England amateur. Tom Gandy, 24, (Rowany) was a quarter finalist in the English men’s amateur and reached the matchplay stages of the Amateur Championship. Matthew Jordan, 20, (Royal Liverpool) was runner-up in the Dutch Junior Open, third in the Hampshire Salver and fourth in the Irish Open. Josh McMahon, 21, (Wallasey) was seventh in the Brabazon Trophy, third in the Northern county qualifier and fourth in the Lee Westwood Trophy. Will Whiteoak, 22, (Shipley) was in England’s winning team at the 2016 Costa Ballena quadrangular tournament. He also helped Yorkshire to win the 2016 English Men’s County Finals.
Pull back the curtain on color grading in these insightful breakdown videos. Studying breakdown videos is a great way to become a better colorist.Fine tune your color grading skills by spending time examining how a colorist has created a particular look, node by node. Thankfully some colorists, eager to demonstrate their skills, have done this for you.Here is a quick round up of some great color grading breakdowns. In the video above colorist Charles-Etienne Pascal demonstrates how he created a look for Elisapie’s music video ‘Life is what you make it’. For each breakdown in his ever growing series, he also provides some extra notes and stills on his website, so be sure to check them out in more detail there too. At the bottom of this post I’ve rounded up his entire series so far!Short Film Color Grading BreakdownColorist Juan Melara shares some great insights into how he created the look (inspired in part by Skyfall) for the short film Deep Water. Shot on the ARRI Alexa in LogC Pro Res, Juan started his look with a film print emulation LUT.I used a Kodak 2393 LUT with a D55 (5500K) white point. Which results in a warmer image compared to the common D65 (6500k) white point. This was purely a creative choice – I liked what the warmer white point did to the skin tones, in particular in the interior scenes and also the way it shifts blues towards greens.In this blog post Juan goes into more detail about creating the different looks needed throughout the film. Although the film hasn’t been released online yet, you can still check out plenty of gorgeous looking stills on Juan’s site. We previously featured Juan’s impressive Hollywood Blockbuster color grading tutorial here. Low-Budget Feature Color Grading BreakdownThe Splice Community is a great place to discover new talent and check out some of the work behind their ‘work’. In this post on the low-budget feature film Coyote, colorist Tawan Bazemore shares what it took to complete the color grading on the film in just a week. Check out the trailer above or jump over to the Splice Community site to hear more details from Tawan, along with stills from the final grade.“This was the fastest grade on a feature film I have ever done before. I did all of the styling and the final grade in seven days. Which just goes to show what can be done when the director and cinematography know exactly what they want from you. The amazing thing is that this was one of the first films Joe had ever directed.”More Color Grading BreakdownsIf this isn’t enough color grading breakdowns for you then check out these great looks created by colorist Chris Hall.If you’re interested in a more tutorial based color grading breakdown then the DaVinci Resolve series from colorist Jesse Borkowski should fit the bill. Watch each of the videos in this “Creating a Look Node By Node” series in my previous posts here and here.I See Hue’s Color Grading SeriesHere is a quick roundup of colorist Charles-Etienne Pascal’s (I See Hue) complete color grading breakdown series. Follow the links for each of the videos below to see the step-by-step process he went through to create these looks.Color Grading Breakdown Series – Shot 01Color Grading Breakdown Series – Shot 02Color Grading Breakdown Series – Shot 03Color Grading Breakdown Series – Shot 04Color Grading Breakdown Series – Shot 05Color Grading Breakdown Series – Shot 06
Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. ONE: Geje Eustaquio, Adriano Moraes looking for convincing finish to trilogy PLAY LIST 01:27ONE: Geje Eustaquio, Adriano Moraes looking for convincing finish to trilogy00:50Trending Articles01:22Learning doesn’t stop for Geje Eustaquio—inside and outside ONE cage01:37Protesters burn down Iran consulate in Najaf01:47Panelo casts doubts on Robredo’s drug war ‘discoveries’01:29Police teams find crossbows, bows in HK university01:35Panelo suggests discounted SEA Games tickets for students02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games Nonong Araneta re-elected as PFF president Read Next But the Team Lakay flyweight bet is more than ready to deny the Kazakh that quest as they clash in the main event of the loaded Indonesia card on Saturday.“I’m 101-percent confident,” he said.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSWATCH: Drones light up sky in final leg of SEA Games torch runSPORTSSEA Games: Philippines picks up 1st win in men’s water poloSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutoutEustaquio (9-5) is eyeing a challenge against current ONE Flyweight Champion Adriano Moraes of Brazil for the belt in the division.Meanwhile, Akhmetov (23-1) is looking to bounce back after getting dethroned to once again become the best flyweight in ONE Championship. WATCH: Streetboys show off slick dance moves in Vhong Navarro’s wedding E.T. returns to earth, reunites with grown-up Elliott in new ad LOOK: Loisa Andalio, Ronnie Alonte unwind in Amanpulo for 3rd anniversary BSP sees higher prices in November, but expects stronger peso, low rice costs to put up fight WATCH: Mayweather brags about his 7 girlfriends, $200M cash in interview MOST READ Frontrow holds fun run to raise funds for young cancer patients Brace for potentially devastating typhoon approaching PH – NDRRMC LATEST STORIES Fire hits houses in Mandaluyong City Geje Eustaquio. Photo by Randolph B. LeongsonJAKARTA — Geje Eustaquio is well aware of his opponent Kairat Akhmetov’s mentality going into their match in ONE: Total Victory at Jakarta Convention Center here.“He’ll try to make me his stepping stone,” Eustaquio said Thursday in the open workouts at Celebrity Fitness Gym in fX Sudirman here.ADVERTISEMENT The Ifugao warrior acknowledges the implications of his fight, and though he’s coming in as an underdog, he says taking on all comers to inch closer to a title shot.“They always say that the winner of this bout will have a match against the champ, so probably (Akhmetov) is hungry to get his belt back. He’s the former champ and I’m sure that he’s going to bring out the best version of him inside the cage. But for sure, this is going to be a battle of will,” he said.Despite being given only a month to put up a winning gameplan against Akhmetov, Eustaquio remains upbeat that he’s got his opponent figured out.“He’s a good wrestler and he’s smarter than anyone I’ve faced before. So we’re moving with the timing and precision. That’s our focus,” he said.ADVERTISEMENT View comments