Tony Bradley (Oklahoma City Thunder) with a dunk vs the Philadelphia 76ers, 04/10/2021
Tony Bradley (Oklahoma City Thunder) with a dunk vs the Philadelphia 76ers, 04/10/2021
ATLANTA (AP) — The New York Mets got homers from Jonathan Villar and Tomás Nido, an unlikely hit from Tommy Hunter and strong performances by a string of relievers to beat the Atlanta Braves 4-3 Tuesday night. Villar hit a two-run shot in the third inning, and Nido won it for the Mets in the ninth with a tiebreaking drive into the left-field seats off struggling Braves closer Will Smith (0-4). One night after being struck in the face by a 95 mph fastball, Kevin Pillar brought New York’s lineup card to home plate before the game, a gesture that brought a huge sigh of relief to both teams. With his face swollen and badly bruised, Pillar still managed a smile as he shook hands with the four umpires and Braves coach Walt Weiss, who gave him a warm pat on the shoulder. Austin Riley and Freddie Freeman homered for Atlanta. Marcell Ozuna tied it for the Braves with a two-out, broken-bat single in the eighth off Jeurys Familia (2-0). GIANTS 4, REDS 2 CINCINNATI (AP) — Anthony DeSclafani gave up one run over seven good innings, Alex Dickerson hit a three-run homer and San Francisco beat Cincinnati. DeSclafani (4-1), who signed with the Giants after five seasons in Cincinnati, was outstanding in his first appearance back at Great American Ball Park, scattering six hits and striking out seven. Jake McGee pitched the ninth and got the Reds in order for his 11th save. Brandon Crawford also homered for the NL West-leading Giants, who took the first two of the four-game set with the Reds. Luis Castillo (1-6) struck out 11 through five innings and gave up three runs, all on Dickerson’s homer. CARDINALS 5, PIRATES 2 ST. LOUIS (AP) — Nolan Arenado hit a two-run homer, his fourth in four games, and St. Louis beat Pittsburgh. Tommy Edman added three singles and drove in two runs for the Cardinals, who returned home after dropping three straight at the Padres to win their fourth consecutive game this season against Pittsburgh. John Gant (3-3) gave up two runs and five hits in 5 1/3 innings to earn the win. Alex Reyes pitched the ninth to record his 12th save in 12 chances. JT Brubaker (3-3) gave up five runs and eight hits in 5 2/3 innings. RAYS 13, ORIOLES 6 BALTIMORE (AP) — Mike Zunino hit two home runs and Tampa Bay connected five times in all for its fifth straight win. Brett Phillips and Austin Meadows hit three-run homers in the second inning and Ji-Man Choi hit a late drive as the Rays matched their longest winning streak of the year. Tampa Bay is a season-high five games over .500 at 24-19. Baltimore has lost eight of its last 10 and fell to a majors-worst 6-16 at home. Matt Harvey (3-4) gave up six runs and seven hits in 1 2/3 innings in his shortest start since a 1 1/3-inning outing against the Chicago White Sox on Sept. 6 while pitching for Kansas City. Andrew Kittredge (4-0) pitched 1 2/3 scoreless innings in relief for the Rays. PHILLIES 8, MARLINS 3 PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Pinch-hitter Ronald Torreyes delivered a tiebreaking, two-run double in the eighth inning to lift Philadelphia. The Marlins took a 3-1 lead when Jazz Chisholm Jr. hit a two-run homer off a 100 mph fastball from Jose Alvarado in the top of the eighth. But the Phillies answered in the bottom half against relievers Dylan Floro (2-2) and John Curtiss. Alec Bohm had an an RBI double off the right-field fence. Odubel Herrera reached on an infield single and Andrew Knapp walked to load the bases. Nick Maton lined an RBI single to tie it. Curtiss entered and Torreyes lined the first pitch down the left-field line in his first at-bat since April 17. Jean Segura’s infield single knocked in another run. Bryce Harper ripped a two-run single to cap the seven-run rally. Phillies starter Zack Wheeler struck out 10, allowing one unearned run and five hits in seven innings. Archie Bradley (1-1) fanned the only batter he faced to earn the win in his first appearance since April 10. BLUE JAYS 8, RED SOX 0 DUNEDIN, Fla. (AP) — Hyun Jin Ryu pitched seven masterful innings, light-hitting Danny Jansen played a key offensive role and Toronto beat Boston. Ryu (4-2) scattered four hits and struck out seven. Travis Bergen, Tyler Chatwood and Rafael Dolis completed the five-hitter. Jansen had a second-inning RBI single and drew a pivotal walk during a three-run fourth as Toronto won for the ninth time in 12 games and improved to a season-high six games over .500. Jansen had two hits in three at-bats and raised his batting average to .143. Boston starter Eduardo Rodriguez (5-2) gave up five runs and 11 hits in five innings. The Associated Press
Muzzafarpur (Bihar) [India], May 19 (ANI): An atmosphere of fear and panic has gripped Muzzafarpur's Sakra block due to the death of 36 people in 27 days. While villagers expressed apprehension that the deaths could be due to COVID-19, the local administration has denied the claims.
Imphal (Manipur) [India], May 19 (ANI): Manipur Police booked a journalist and another activist under the National Security Act (NSA) on Monday, over their "offensive" social media posts on the death of Manipur state Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) chief S Tikendra Singh, who passed away due to Covid-19 infection last week.
NEW YORK (AP) — The New York attorney general's office said Tuesday that it is conducting a criminal investigation into former President Donald Trump's business empire, expanding what had previously been a civil probe. “We have informed the Trump Organization that our investigation into the company is no longer purely civil in nature," Fabien Levy, a spokesperson for Attorney General Letitia James, said in a statement. “We are now actively investigating the Trump Organization in a criminal capacity, along with the Manhattan DA,” Levy said. James' investigators are working with the Manhattan district attorney's office, which has been conducting a criminal investigation into Trump and his company, the Trump Organization, for two years. James and District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr. are both Democrats. James' office offered no explanation for what prompted the change in its approach to the investigation or why it chose to announce it publicly. Levy declined further comment. A spokesperson for Vance declined comment. A message seeking comment was left with a lawyer for Trump and spokespeople for the former president and his company. James’ disclosure of a widening investigation is not necessarily an indication that she is planning to bring criminal charges. In New York, if that were to happen, the state attorney general can do so through a county district attorney, like Vance, or with a referral from Gov. Andrew Cuomo or a state agency. James’ civil investigation and Vance’s criminal probe had overlapped in some areas, including examining whether Trump or his businesses manipulated the value of assets — inflating them in some cases and minimizing them in others — to gain favorable loan terms and tax benefits. Vance’s investigation also included a look at hush-money payments paid to women on Trump’s behalf and the propriety of tax write-offs the Trump Organization claimed on millions of dollars in consulting fees it paid, including money that went to Trump’s daughter, Ivanka. Vance’s office hasn’t publicly said what it is investigating, citing grand jury secrecy rules, but some details have come out during a legal battle to get access to Trump's tax records, which it finally obtained in February. As part of her civil investigation, James’ office issued subpoenas to local governments in November 2019 for records pertaining to Trump’s estate north of Manhattan, Seven Springs and a tax benefit Trump received for placing land there into a conservation trust. James was also looking at similar issues relating to a Trump office building in New York City, a hotel in Chicago and a golf course near Los Angeles. Her office also won a series of court rulings forcing Trump’s company and a law firm it hired to turn over troves of records. Vance’s investigation has also appeared to focus in recent weeks on the Trump Organization's longtime finance chief, Allen Weisselberg. His former daughter-in-law, Jen Weisselberg, has given investigators reams of documents as they look into how some Trump employees were compensated with apartments or school tuition. Weisselberg was subpoenaed in James’ civil investigation and testified twice in 2020. His lawyer didn't immediately respond to an email Tuesday night. Michael R. Sisak, The Associated Press
Officers have arrested a suspect in connection to an alleged attempted kidnapping that was captured in a "chilling" video, authorities said. According to the Escambia County Sheriff's Office, which released the video, an 11-year-old girl was waiting at a bus stop when a man armed with a knife exited a white Dodge Journey and allegedly tried to kidnap her. Deputies arrested Jared Paul Stanga, 30, and have charged him with attempted kidnapping of a child under 13, aggravated assault and battery.
Bhavnagar (Gujarat) [India], May 19 (ANI): Congress Rajya Sabha MP Shakti Sinh Gohil on Tuesday demanded that the Central Government should provide compensation to farmers, fishermen and small-scale businessmen in the coastal area of Gujarat affected by cyclone Tauktae.
He was reported missing on May 11. His body was found Monday near 56th Terrace and Elmwood Avenue.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania voters are backing a proposal to amend the state constitution to outlaw discrimination based on race and ethnicity, a question added to Tuesday’s primary ballot amid worries over whether federal judges appointed by former President Donald Trump will roll back civil rights protections. The proposal had about 70% of the vote in support of it, with about 45% of precincts reporting. The question is believed to be the first time since last summer’s protests over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis that voters in any state have decided a racial equity issue on a statewide ballot. Constitutional law professors say it will have little practical effect because courts already consider such discrimination to violate both the state and federal constitutions. But state Sen. Vince Hughes, a Democrat in Philadelphia, said he sponsored the measure in case federal anti-discrimination case law is undercut by the Republican-majority U.S. Supreme Court or federal judges appointed by Trump. It will become the state constitution’s fourth equality provision, added to “all men are born equally free and independent,” a protection from discrimination in exercising civil rights, and a 1971 amendment that ensures gender equality. Meanwhile, two separate questions seek to limit a governor’s emergency disaster declarations and put more power in the hands of lawmakers. Republican lawmakers across the country are reeling in emergency powers that governors wielded during the COVID-19 pandemic, and Pennsylvania is in the unique position of being the first to take the question to voters. Pennsylvania's questions, penned by Republican lawmakers, ask voters to end a declaration after 21 days and to give lawmakers the sole authority to extend it or end it at any time with a simple majority vote. Current law allows a governor to issue an emergency declaration for up to 90 days and extend it without limit. The constitution requires a two-thirds majority vote by lawmakers to end the declaration. Wolf, a Democrat, and his emergency disaster director have called the proposals reckless, political and a threat to a functioning society if it prevents a fast and wide-ranging response to increasingly complicated disasters. Republicans have accused Wolf of fear-mongering and said that the framers of the constitution never intended for a governor to hold so much power to suspend regulations, order mask-wearing and businesses and schools shut down. The Legislature did not hold hearings on the measures, and they may end up in court if voters approve them because their effect is in dispute. Republicans claim the governor cannot order shutdowns without a disaster emergency in effect. Wolf disagrees, saying a governor’s authority during a public health emergency rests on separate public health law and is unaffected by the ballot questions. ___ Follow Marc Levy on Twitter at www.twitter.com/timelywriter Marc Levy, The Associated Press
DUNEDIN, Fla. — Hyun Jin Ryu pitched seven masterful innings, light-hitting Danny Jansen played a key offensive role and the Toronto Blue Jays beat the Boston Red Sox 8-0 on Tuesday night.Ryu (4-2) scattered four hits and struck out seven. Travis Bergen, Tyler Chatwood and Rafael Dolis completed the five-hitter.Jansen had a second-inning RBI single and drew a pivotal walk during a three-run fourth as Toronto won for the ninth time in 12 games and improved to a season-high six games over .500. Jansen had two hits in three at-bats and raised his batting average to .143.Boston starter Eduardo Rodriguez (5-2) gave up five runs and 11 hits in five innings. The lefty has gone five or more innings in 36 consecutive starts, dating to May 4, 2019, which is the longest active streak in the majors.The Blue Jays are 10-5 this season at TD Ballpark, their spring training facility. Toronto entered averaging an AL-best 6.14 runs in home games.Toronto is playing its third and final homestand in Dunedin before relocating to Buffalo, New York, next month. COVID-19 restrictions are keeping the Blue Jays from playing in Canada.Jansen put the Blue Jays ahead 1-0 on an RBI single in the second off Rodriguez. It was just his second hit in 26 at-bats against left-handed pitchers this season.Marcus Semien and Bo Bichette had run-scoring hits in a three-run fourth that made it 4-0.After Lourdes Gurriel Jr. hit a leadoff double, Jansen drew a two-out walk. Semien drove in Gurriel with a single and Jansen scored on right fielder Hunter Renfroe’s errant throw to third. Bichette added an RBI double.Gurriel also contributed an RBI single in the fifth.Teoscar Hernández had three hits, including an RBI single in the sixth, for the Blue Jays. Hernández has driven in 17 runs in 17 games since returning from the COVID-19 injured list.Randal Grichuk hit a two-run homer to right field in the eighth.DIFFERENT ENVIRONMENTBoston manager Alex Cora had high praise for renovations at TD Ballpark. "They did an amazing job with the clubhouse and the facility to accommodate the visiting team,” Cora said. “It is different, we know that. The ball flies here and the ball shoots to right field compared to the other places we have played.” TRAINER’S ROOMRed Sox: OF Kiké Hernandez (right hamstring strain) returned from the 10-day injured list. … Cora said LHP Chris Sale (Tommy John surgery) is really excited about how he is bouncing back after workouts. Sale is throwing off a bullpen mound.Blue Jays: CF George Springer (right quadriceps strain) is taking batting practice and jogging but has not started running sprints. … 1B Rowdy Tellez, who hurt his hamstring Sunday, was available off the bench. … Dolis (right calf strain) was reinstated from the 10-day IL.UP NEXTRed Sox RHP Garrett Richards (3-2) and Toronto RHP Ross Stripling (0-2) are Wednesday night’s scheduled starting pitchers.___More AP MLB: https://apnews.com/hub/MLB and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Mark Didtler, The Associated Press
PITTSBURGH (AP) — Tristan Jarry challenged himself to simply be better following a shaky performance in Pittsburgh's playoff opener. Admittedly, the soft-spoken goaltender knew the bar wasn't particularly high. Not after giving up four goals — most of them on relatively innocuous shots — in a Game 1 loss to the New York Islanders. Two nights later, Jarry looked like the player whose steady play helped propel the Penguins to the East Division title. Solid at the start and stoic at the finish, Jarry turned aside 37 shots as Pittsburgh evened the series with a 2-1 victory over the Islanders on Tuesday night. “I mean, that’s his old self, that’s his game,” Penguins defenseman Mike Matheson said of Jarry. "That’s what we expect from him. I don’t think it was anything out of the ordinary for him, as crazy as that sounds. He plays at such a high level for us, to call that his norm is pretty impressive and is a testament to how good of a goalie he is.” The victory was the first in the playoffs for Jarry as the Penguins won for just the second time in their last 12 postseason games. Game 3 is Thursday night in New York. Jarry, in his first season as Pittsburgh's unquestioned No. 1 goalie after two-time Stanley Cup winner Matt Murray was traded away last fall, stressed he didn't try to complicate things after four sometimes iffy periods in the opener. “I was just playing it how it lied,” Jarry said. "That’s a big thing for me I’m just trying to stop everything that comes at me, put my best foot forward and try and get in the way of it.” The Penguins needed Jarry to get in front of every one of them during a taut third period as they clutched a one-goal lead. The last 90 seconds were the most fraught after a delay-of-game penalty by Pittsburgh forward Bryan Rust gave the Islanders their only power play of the night. Yet Jarry turned aside a wrist shot by Oliver Wahlstrom with 1:12 remaining and the largest crowd to watch a game in Pittsburgh in 14 months exhaled when the final horn sounded. “That was probably the biggest moment of our season as of yet and (the penalty kill) came through,” Matheson said. Rust and Jeff Carter scored during a dominant first period, and Jarry did the rest to outduel New York's Semyon Varlamov. Varlamov, unavailable for Game 1, made 43 saves, including several highlight-reel stops in the third period to keep it close. Josh Bailey's slick backhand in the later stages of the second period drew the Islanders within a goal but unlike in Game 1, this time there would be no full-blown rally. “I just thought (the Penguins) had more desperation in their game,” Islanders coach Barry Trotz said. “I thought we were a little bit light in some areas. We didn’t make it hard enough on them. We just have to raise our level. We have that.” New York pulled off a 4-3 overtime stunner in Game 1 on Sunday, taking advantage of Jarry's sloppy play on his left (glove) side. The Penguins insisted there was no time to panic, expressing confidence in both Jarry and their ability to rebound. And just like Game 1, Pittsburgh came out flying. Energized by the largest crowd at PPG Paints Arena this season after COVID-19 protocols were eased to allow 50% capacity, the Penguins overwhelmed the Islanders in the opening 20 minutes, even with Russian star Evgeni Malkin sitting out again with an undisclosed health issue. Varlamov looked a little rusty in his first start in over a week. Rust gave the Penguins the lead 3:22 when he pounced on a New York turnover and fired a knuckling wrist shot from above the right circle that found its way over Varlamov's glove and into the net. Carter, who has been electric at times since being acquired from Los Angeles at the trade deadline, scored the 40th playoff goal of his 16-year career at the end of a sequence in which linemates Kasperi Kapanen and Jared McCann did the heavy lifting. Kapanen chased down the puck in the corner and flipped it behind the net to McCann while absorbing a check. McCann then centered it to Carter, who patiently dragged it across the slot before beating Varlamov between the legs. Just as they did on Sunday, however, the Islanders appeared to find their footing as the game wore on. A pair of listless Pittsburgh power plays in the second period gave New York life, and Bailey ripped a backhand over Jarry's shoulder 14:46 in to draw the Islanders within one, just as they were entering the third period in the opener. Yet this time the Islanders draw even. The Penguins withstood an early push by New York and counterpunched effectively to avoid falling into a potentially fatal 0-2 hole. “We’re a team that’s built on resilience, and that shows its face in many forms,” Rust said. "I think our guys do a really good job of focusing on playing hard hockey and just trying to do the right things.” ___ More AP NHL: https://apnews.com/hub/NHL and https://twitter.com/AP_Sports Will Graves, The Associated Press
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Lists the Main Companies in the Global Industrial Vending Machines Market: Fastenal Company (Minnesota, United States), AutoCrib, Inc. (California, United States), IVM Ltd. (Indiana Polis, United States), Apex Industrial Technologies LLC. (Ohio, United States), Silkron (Penang, Malaysia), SupplyPro, Inc. (California, United States), SupplyPoint (Rugby, United Kingdom), CribMaster (Marietta, Georgia), CMT Industrial Solutions (South Carolina, United States), Brammers (London, United Kingdom)Pune, India, May 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global industrial vending machines market size is predicted to reach USD 4,164.5 million by 2028, exhibiting a CAGR of 7.5% during the forecast period. The increasing adoption of personal protective equipment (PPE) in numerous industries will have a positive impact on the market during the forecast period, states Fortune Business Insights, in a report, titled “Industrial Vending Machines Market, 2021-2028.” the market size stood at USD 2,365.0 million in 2020. COVID-19 Impact: Disrupted Manufacturing sector to Diminish Market amid Pandemic The occurrence of COVID-19 has caused enormous loss for industries in developing and developed nations. The government's stringent COVID guidelines on the manufacturing sector have further diminished the growth of the IVM market. The halt on production activities due to laborers' shortage has resulted in reduced demand for industrial vending machines. However, the introduction of new strategies to stabilize and efficiently run businesses can uplift the IVM market in the forthcoming years. Click here to get the short-term and long-term impact of COVID-19 on this Industrial vending Machines Market. Please visit: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/industrial-vending-machines-market-103176 Market Segments: Based on type, the Industrial Vending Machines Market is segmented into carousel vending machines, coil vending machines, and others. Based on product, the market is classified into maintenance, repair, and operations (MRO), personal protective equipment (PPE), and others. Based on application, the market is divided into manufacturing, oil and gas, and others. Geographically, the market is organized into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and the Middle East and Africa. The report on the industrial vending machines market encompasses: Complete analysis of all the sections Useful data and figures on every regionLatest Market trends and drivers Superior insights into all emerging developments COVID-19 Impact Driving Factor: Advanced Technology Integrated Vending Machines to Foster Growth The market has gained enormous impetus from the advent of advanced technologies. The integration of RFID tags and cloud infrastructure for a multilingual display system will create enormous opportunities for the market in the forthcoming years. For instance, IVM’s vending machines are integrated with SaveLog software that records each transaction using RFID tags, along with multi-language displays and alerts for filling up the stock. The automatic vending machines can be used to dispense all types of items without the need for staff intervention. Thus, heavy demand for smart machines will enable speedy expansion of the market. The growing adoption of industrial vending machines in small and medium manufacturing facilities owing to its benefits such as cost-effective and low energy consumption, will further uplift market sales in the foreseeable future. The rising focus of industries towards lessening the management inventories and improving performance will subsequently propel the industrial vending machines market growth. Get Sample PDF Brochure: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/request-sample-pdf/industrial-vending-machines-market-103176 Market Restraint: High Initial Investment to Restrict Market Growth The initial purchasing cost of vending machines can be a crucial factor limiting the demand for the industrial vending machines during the forecast period. Moreover, the COVID-19 outbreak has led to a temporary shutdown of manufacturing sectors, which further reduces the adoption of such machines in industries. Nonetheless, the high maintenance associated with vending machines alongside its excessive operational downtime will consequently retard the growth of the Industrial Vending Machines Market during the forecast period. Regional Insights: Evolving Industrial Automation to Promote Development in Asia Pacific The Industrial Vending Machines Market in Asia Pacific generated a high revenue in 2020 and is likely to remain dominant during the forecast period. The rising employment of vending machines to enhance productivity and efficiency in manufacturing processes will boost the region's industrial vending machines market share. The increasing focus towards improving inventory management will aid the expansion of the market in the region. North America is predicted to witness a high growth rate during the forecast period. The growth in the region is attributed to the rising concerns regarding worker safety, which is boosting the adoption of vending machines in the region. Europe is predicted to rise excellently in the forthcoming years due to the emphasis on high productivity and accountability in manufacturing plants. The increasing purchase of cutting-edge machines in Italy, the UK, France, and Russia will bolster the healthy growth of these type of machine’s industry during the forecast period. Ask For Customization: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/enquiry/customization/industrial-vending-machines-market-103176 Competitive landscape: Integration of Advanced Features in Vending Machines to Drive Industry The prominent companies are focused on integrating advanced features in their vending machines to remain at the forefront among other strong players. Companies are introducing advanced products to cater to their enormous industrial customer base. Besides, the intensifying competition among companies can improve the prospects of the market in the future. Key Development: June 2018: AutoCrib Inc, a world leader in automated inventory vending machines, announced its new regional partner, AutoCrib South Asia to provide full delivery of the company’s products and services The Report Lists the Main Companies in the Global Industrial Vending Machines Market: Fastenal Company (Minnesota, United States)AutoCrib, Inc. (California, United States)IVM Ltd. (Indiana Polis, United States)Apex Industrial Technologies LLC. (Ohio, United States)Silkron (Penang, Malaysia)SupplyPro, Inc. (California, United States)SupplyPoint (Rugby, United Kingdom)CribMaster (Marietta, Georgia)CMT Industrial Solutions (South Carolina, United States)Brammers (London, United Kingdom) Quick Buy - Industrial Vending Machines Market: https://www.fortunebusinessinsights.com/checkout-page/103176 Table of Contents: Introduction Definition, By SegmentResearch ApproachSources Executive SummaryMarket Dynamics Macro and Micro Economic IndicatorsDrivers, Restraints, Opportunities and TrendsImpact of COVID-19 Short-term ImpactLong-term Impact Competition Landscape Business Strategies Adopted by Key PlayersConsolidated SWOT Analysis of Key PlayersPESTLE AnalysisPorter’s Five Force AnalysisGlobal Industrial Vending Machine Market Share Analysis and Matrix, 2020 Key Market Insights and Strategic RecommendationsProfiles of Key Players (Would be provided for 10 players only) Overview Key ManagementHeadquarters etc. Offerings/Business SegmentsKey Details (Key details are subjected to data availability in public domain and/or on paid databases) Employee SizeKey Financials Past and Current RevenueGross MarginGeographical ShareBusiness Segment Share Recent Developments Primary Interview Responses TOC Continued…! 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The United States and its NATO allies are exploring a possible international effort to help secure the airport in Afghanistan's capital after American troops withdraw from the country, the top U.S. general said on Tuesday. U.S. Army General Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said a secure airport would be essential to ensuring that the United States and European allies could maintain embassies in Afghanistan.
Two male teenagers have been convicted of second-degree murder in the 2019 stabbing death of Surrey mechanic Delphin Paul Prestbakmo. Prestbakmo, known as Pauly, was fatally stabbed in a parking lot near Semiahmoo Shopping Centre, just after 3 a.m. on Aug. 16. The teenaged boys, who were 15 and 16 at the time of the murder, cannot be named due to their age. They have been acquitted of a charge of aggravated assault. RCMP says the attack was unprovoked but the three knew each other to some degree. Prestbakmo's family have previously described his killing as "senseless," saying that he was a well-loved and respected member of his community. He was found lying in the parking lot by a passerby. He was so severely injured, he died before RCMP made it to the scene — even with a detachment across the street. The B.C. Prosecution Service says a date for sentencing will be set in early June.
The RBI sums it up philosophically: the road ahead is fraught with danger, but India’s destiny lies not in the second wave, but in life beyond it.
The New York Attorney General's office has evolved its investigation into former President Donald Trump's eponymous company to encompass potential crimes, a spokesperson for the AG's office told ABC News. The office has been investigating possible civil violations by the Trump Organization over the way the company valued holdings as it sought loans and tax benefits. Now the investigation has entered a "criminal capacity," the spokesperson said.
Facebook/Luzerne County SheriffA hospital bed confession from a man charged with killing two Pennsylvania women has led investigators to call him a person of interest in a third case: the disappearance of a young woman in Michigan in 2005.And now, a prosecutor says the trail of death linked to Harold Haulman may lead overseas.Haulman is currently incarcerated, having confessed to the brutal murders of two young women in 2018 and 2020. During an interrogation in early January, he mentioned a new name, Ashley Parlier, and indicated that he knows where her body is, authorities said.Investigators in Michigan are now dusting off the cold case of the 21-year-old who vanished after storming out of her home during an argument with her parents over an apparent pregnancy.Haulman first came to the attention of law enforcement in 2020, after Erica Shultz’ sister reported her missing, according to court records obtained by the Times Leader. FBI investigators used cellphone records and a dating website where Haulman and Shultz had met to show that Haulman had turned up unexpectedly on the 26-year-old’s doorstep and then convinced her to go on a walk in the woods. The last messages sent from his phone to hers, District Attorney Stephanie Salavantis said at a December 2020 press conference, were “surprise” and “knock-knock.”After the FBI zeroed in on Haulman, he began acting erratically—skipping out on an FBI interview and then resurfacing days later, when he tried to kill himself with a box cutter on a railroad track. As investigators interviewed Haulman in his hospital room, he allegedly confessed to killing Shultz with a mallet and a knife, and then used Google Maps to show investigators where he had left her body, the Daily Item reported.Authorities say Haulman also confessed to the killing of another woman, 25-year-old Tianna Philips, who had been missing since 2018. According to court records obtained by the Times Leader, when investigators interviewed his wife, Anne Haulman, she told law enforcement officers that Haulman confessed to her about Philips’ murder—and even drove her to the area where he said Philips’ body was hidden and showed her a black garbage bag filled with human remains. The couple later disposed of the body in a dumpster in a nearby theater, police say.In the interview in early January, Haulman made a spontaneous reference to Parlier, asking if the charge for her murder would be combined with Philips and Shultz’s, as he wanted to avoid a trial.Parlier’s sister, Nicole Campen, told WNEP that her sister went missing after storming out of the house following an argument with their parents, who had noticed she looked pregnant. While Camden says she doesn’t know if her sister knew Haulman, police say he lived in the same county as Parlier’s family from 2002 to 2005.There are also marked similarities between Parlier and Shultz. A Facebook post from a desperate family member describes Shultz as a low-functioning person on the autism spectrum who wasn’t able to drive. According to Parlier’s sister, Parlier had the mental function of about a 12- to 14-year-old. “If you were nice to her, she just assumed you were a nice person,” said Camden. “She didn’t really get that there could be evil.”Luzerne County Deputy District Attorney Dan Zola said there may be other victims as far away as Europe. According to the Daily Item, Zola said Haulman was convicted of a murder in Germany in the ’90s. “If these situations don’t match the definition of what a serial killer is, then nothing does,” the prosecutor said.Read more at The Daily Beast.Get our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
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Sophia Beattie (center) is grateful to reunite with the doctors and nurses from Corpus Christi Medical Center and the City of Corpus Christi EMS professionals who cared for her after a life threatening motorcycle accident in November 2020. Corpus Christi, Texas, May 18, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Sophia Beattie remembers putting on her helmet and leather jacket before she headed out to dinner with her boyfriend on the back of his motorcycle on Nov. 15, 2020. As they merged onto South Padre Island Drive near the Naval Air Station in Corpus Christi, a truck hit them from behind. Beattie has no memory of what happened afterward. Two weeks later, Beattie awoke from a coma. “When I opened my eyes, I saw my boyfriend sitting in my room and everything was foggy,” Beattie said. “I was confused as he told me what happened. I tried to communicate with the nurse that I wanted a soda, but I couldn’t speak because of the tracheotomy.” Ryan Stouffer, Beattie’s boyfriend, was thrown to the side of the road and suffered a broken tibia. Beattie was launched off the motorcycle and dragged by another vehicle. She suffered severe road rash and multiple life-threating internal injuries including bleeding in the brain; rib fractures; bleeding from a shattered spleen, liver and pelvis; broken extremities including her shoulder, arm and elbow; facial fractures and both sides of her jaw. “Beattie was in critical condition and unable to breathe on her own,” said Aurelio Delagarza, firefighter paramedic with City of Corpus Christi Emergency Medical Services. “We knew we had to get her to the closest hospital emergency room (ER) and trauma center as soon as possible to save her life.” Beattie and Stouffer were brought by ambulance to Corpus Christi Medical Center Bay Area (CCMC), a State of Texas Level III Trauma Center. The accepting ER physician, Dr. Trenton Martinez, coordinated Beattie’s plan of care along with Dr. Thomas Goaley, medical director of trauma services, in addition to a team of surgeons, critical care nurses and support personnel. Beattie was hospitalized until Jan. 11, 2021. During her stay, she endured 10 operations. Post operatively, she received extensive physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech and respiratory therapy which helped her learn to recover, walk and to perform daily activities. Beattie was beloved by the hospital staff and gained many friends during her 68-day. One of her fondest memories was during the Christmas holiday when the physical therapists decorated her room with a lit Christmas tree. “The nurses and therapists were all the best,” said Beattie. Today, Beattie and Stouffer have made full recoveries. On April 20, they were reunited with the EMS team and the CCMC physicians, nurses and physical therapists who provided their care. Additionally, both patients will reunite again with hospital staff on May 19 in honor of National Trauma Survivors Day. Beattie’s future plans include enrolling in college and obtaining a degree in forensic science. Her dream is to help others and support law enforcement in fighting crime. “I am blessed to be alive. Because of everyone here, I am able to walk again. Thank you all for giving me my life back,” said Beattie. “At Corpus Christi Medical Center, we care for our patients like they are our family,” said Eric Evans, CEO at CCMC. “Sophia’s successful recovery is a testament to the outstanding work of our physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals who work at our facilities. We exist to give people a healthier tomorrow and we’re proud to be an essential healthcare resource for the community, especially when they need us most.” National Motorcycle Safety Month is designated in May and National Trauma Survivors Day is May 19. Trauma is the leading cause of death for individuals up to the age of 45 and it is the fourth leading cause of death overall for all ages. On average, a motorcyclist is killed in a crash on Texas roads every day—last year 482 died. Motorcyclists account for 12% of all traffic fatalities statewide. For additional information about safety tips for drivers to protect motorcyclists and prevent crashes, visit the Texas Department of Transportation website at www.txdot.gov/inside-txdot/media-center/statewide-news/0006-20210.html Click here to view and download high resolution videos and photos from Sophia Beattie’s reunification with EMS and hospital staff. ### About Corpus Christi Medical Center Corpus Christi Medical Center has compassionately served the Corpus Christi and surrounding Coastal Bend communities for over 50 years. What began as a 26-bed facility in the early 1960s has grown into a multi-campus health care system offering a full range of medical services, outstanding clinical care, cutting-edge technology and an award-winning medical residency program. From caring for fragile newborns in the Level III NICU to providing care for complex cardiovascular patients at The Heart Hospital, Corpus Christi Medical Center ensures the community receives the highest quality medical care available. The campuses of Corpus Christi Medical Center include Doctors Regional, Bay Area, The Heart Hospital, Bayview, Cancer Center, ER 24/7 Northwest, Portland and Rockport. Corpus Christi Medical Center is an HCA Healthcare-affiliated facility and is part of the HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division. For more information about Corpus Christi Medical Center, visit ccmedicalcenter.com. About HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division is a comprehensive network of hospitals, outpatient surgery centers, emergency centers and diagnostic imaging facilities in greater Houston, Corpus Christi and South Texas. Facilities in the Gulf Coast Division include: 16 hospitals, 10 ambulatory care centers, 16 off-campus emergency centers, and a regional transfer center that provides on-phone-call access and support for patient transfers into and out of the HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division hospitals as well as access to ground and air transportation within a 150-mile radius. HCA Healthcare Gulf Coast Division is part of HCA Healthcare, the nation’s leading provider of quality healthcare services with 184 hospitals in the United States and England. For more information, visit HCAgulfcoast.com. Attachment CCMC Patient Reunification Sophia Beattie CONTACT: Lisa Robertson Corpus Christi Medical Center 361-336-7349 Lisa.Robertson@HCAhealthcare.com
Pep Guardiola's side were beaten for the second time in their last three games after a second-half collapse at the Amex Stadium.