first_imgThe 36-year-old Rodnie Superticioso was caught on the strength of an arrest warrant in Barangay Cabadiangan, Himamaylan City around 8:30 a.m. on June 1, a police report showed. The court recommended a P120,000 bail bond for his temporary liberty./PN Police officers served the warrant in relation to a robbery charge Superticioso faces. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the Himamaylan City police station. BACOLOD City – He was listed as the No. 10 most wanted person in the police station of Himamaylan City, Negros Occidental.last_img read more

first_imgIt is hard to believe that for the second time since 2015 ESPN is trimming back their staff.  This cut was recently announced by ESPN chief John Skipper.  Most of the cuts in 2015 were behind the scenes people whose names would not be recognized by the public.According the the Indianapolis Star, this time the 100+ cuts include on-air personalities.  ESPN is going to a more digital future.  Some of the names that have been leaked to the public are morning host Jay Crawford, baseball analyst Jim Bowden, and football columnist Jane McManus.  This is just a sampling.As usual when cuts are made, it is to save money.  It is reported that ESPN has spent too much money on live broadcasts and the competition from other cable sport outlets has cost ESPN many of their subscribers.  Watch for changes.last_img read more

first_imgRising Sun, IN—Early Tuesday morning, the Indiana State Police began investigating a shooting that occurred at an Ohio County, Indiana residence.Officers with the Ohio County Sheriff’s Office and Rising Sun Police Department initially responded to a residence on State Road 262 near Rising Sun, Indiana after receiving reports that shots were fired outside of a residence at approximately 6:00 am this morning. The Indiana State Police Department was then requested to lead the investigation.The initial investigation by detectives indicated that Marcus Donald, 34, and two other individuals showed up at the residence early Tuesday morning. While outside of the residence, detectives believe the three individuals got into an altercation with a man that lives at the home. During the altercation, the 22-year-old resident of the home produced a handgun and fired at the three men. The three men then fled the area.Later in the morning, a 20-year-old Ohio man was located in the area, suffering from a gunshot wound to his abdomen. He was transported to a Cincinnati area hospital for treatment of his serious injuries. That afternoon, Marcus Donald was located on foot in the area. After further investigation, Donald was arrested on an initial charge of Conspiracy to Commit Robbery. The third person of interest, a white male, has not been located.Police are still trying to locate the third man who fled the scene. Investigators do not believe there is any danger to the public at this time. The identities of the other three males involved in the incident are being withheld at this time. The investigation is ongoing with more arrests possible.last_img read more

first_imgStatewide— Tax Day is exactly one month away, July 15, and an estimated 500,000 Hoosiers still need to file their individual income taxes, according to the Indiana Department of Revenue.Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the individual income tax season was extended from the traditional April 15 deadline to July 15 to allow customers more time to file and pay taxes owed. If an individual owes taxes, penalties and interest can be avoided by paying 90% of the tax owed by the July 15 deadline. Additionally, individual estimated payments with deadlines of April 15 or June 15, 2020, are due on July 15.Still need to file? The Indiana free file program is still available to qualifying individuals to file their individual income taxes for free. If an individual’s adjusted gross income was $69,000 or less in 2019, they may be eligible to use the free online software from DOR-certified vendors.More information on INfreefile may be found on DOR’s website by clicking here.last_img read more

first_imgRelatedPostsNo Content Available Spanish-based club, Rayo Vallecano, continued to extol the virtues of former Super Eagles’ goalkeeper, late Wilfried Agbonavbare, years after his demise. The Vallecans via its Twitter handle: @Vallecano Ray wrote: “Today marks five years since Wilfred Agbonavbare left us. “Eternal and unforgettable in the memory of Rayismo.” The late retired goalkeeper gave up the ghost on January 27, 2015 after suffering from cancer in Spain. Agbonavbare after retiring as a player, worked as a deliveryman and a goalkeeper coach. Agbonavbare was a member of the Nigerian under-20 at the 1983 FIFA World Youth Championship in Mexico. He played for more than one decade and was also selected for the 1994 African Cup of Nations, backing up Peter Rufai. Agbonavbare, popularly known as Agboni-basket, featured for defunct New Nigeria Bank and BCC Lions before seeking greener pastures abroad.Tags: Agboni-basketRayo WallecabuWilfred Agbonaventurelast_img read more

first_img “We have incredible home support with sell-out crowds for every game,” he told “This decision reflects our on-going aim to maintain a fair and balanced approach to our ticket pricing.” The Emirates Stadium is currently the biggest club football stadium in London but will be surpassed when the new home of local rivals Tottenham opens close to their current White Hart Lane ground. Ticket pricing throughout English football has been a hot topic in recent years and last October a number of Bayern Munich fans boycotted the first five minutes of their Champions League tie at the Emirates Stadium over the £64 they were charged to attend. Arsenal will freeze ticket prices for the 2016/17 season, the Barclays Premier League leaders announced on Friday. The Gunners currently have the most expensive season ticket in the division at £2,013 and the Emirates Stadium also has the priciest lowest season ticket, coming in at £1,014. But, for the seventh time in 11 years, Arsenal have said they will not put prices up, with chief executive Ivan Gazidis aiming for a continuation of regular sell-outs. center_img Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imgHundreds of activists gathered on Tuesday for a rally in support of impeaching President Donald Trump.Protesters gathered outside the Mandel Public Library in downtown West Palm Beach demanding lawmakers to defend the Constitution and vote to impeach the president.The House of Representatives is scheduled to vote on President Trump’s impeachment on Wednesday evening.last_img

first_imgZIMBABWE’S Harare-based cricketers have refused to train in protest over unpaid match fees, which date back to July last year.The players were due to begin preparations for a series against Pakistan-A, which starts at the end of the month, followed by fixtures against Sri Lanka, but have instead insisted on a meeting with Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) managing director Wilfred Mukondiwa to discuss “their worsening situation”.Several sources told ESPNcricinfo that apart from the outstanding player bill, ZC has also neglected to bring players from outside Harare to the training camp because of a lack of funds, or to ensure there are sufficient balls for training or nets for practice.“We are just fed up at the moment. It is crisis after crisis over here,” a player said while detailing the cloud of uncertainty hanging over them. Also, players said, since the end of July, when player contracts expired, there has been no indication on when new ones will be issued at either national or domestic level.Nationally-contracted players were given a month’s extension on their deals which covered the New Zealand series in July-August, but the situation at domestic level remains unclear after ZC announced it would move from a franchise to a provincial system this summer. No fixtures have been released yet.When contacted for a comment, ZC spokesperson Darlington Majonga said: “The players have asked ZC for an update on new contracts and their delayed match fees, but to equate their honest request for an engagement on the important issues to an ultimatum of some sort would be kind of making a mountain out of a molehill.“What is important is that their contracts are ready following an all-inclusive negotiation process that involved representatives of the players. On the other issue, ZC has been paying the match fees in tranches and will settle the outstanding amounts soon.”Other insiders confirmed Mukondiwa would address the players today, the day after the board’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).Meanwhile, there has been no announcement on Zimbabwe’s schedule for the rest of the international season. They are scheduled to play two Tests against Sri Lanka, but there was initially speculation of that series being altered into a triangular 50-over competition also involving West Indies.More recently, there has been word that both the Tests and the tri-series will take place.(ESPN Cricinfo)last_img read more

first_imgThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team improved to 8-1-1 overall (4-1-1 WCHA), with two hard fought wins over Minnesota State at the Kohl Center this weekend. The final score of both games was 4-2, but the Badgers had to come from behind twice after the Mavericks jumped out to 1-0 leads early in the first periods in both contests.The Mavericks wasted no time getting on the board Saturday as freshman Lisa Edman scored 2:50 into the game. The goal came when Wisconsin lost the puck in its own end and Edman fired a shot past goaltender Jessie Vetter. “You don’t want to get scored on in the first minutes of a period or the last minutes of a period,” head coach Mark Johnson said. “We talked about that, and those are things we need to be aware of, and we need to make stops so it doesn’t happen.”The Badgers’ Jinelle Zaugg struck back quickly with a goal of her own later in the first period. Zaugg scored just under seven minutes into the game, with assists from junior Erika Lawler and sophomore Meghan Duggan.After the first period, in which the Mavericks outshot the Badgers 13-12, UW took control of the game and allowed only five shots on goal in the last two periods.”We had a slow start,” senior defenseman Emily Morris said. “But once things got rolling we really clicked, and things were making sense again, which was nice.”Although Wisconsin controlled the puck for most of the game, the score remained tied through the second period and most of the third, and it looked like the game might be headed for overtime.At 15:55 into the third period, however, freshman Hilary Knight leaked out on a breakaway and received the puck from teammate Alycia Matthews with only the goaltender to beat. Knight skated in front of the net and put the puck through the five hole for what would prove to be the game-winning goal.”I [wasn’t] thinking about anything,” Knight said about the breakaway. “I’m just trying to see how she moves, and see where I want to put the puck. She didn’t move, so I just put it through her five hole.”Wisconsin freshman Olivia Jakiel added another goal late in the third period to seal the victory for the Wisconsin. Zaugg led the team in scoring with two points on the night, while nine other Badgers had one point apiece.Just one penalty was called all game, which was a welcome change from Friday’s game for Johnson and his team.”[Friday] night there were 15 penalties called; tonight there was one,” Johnson said. “Each game has it’s own little story, and it has it’s own little journey where you have to figure out how to win the game.”The Mavericks got off to a quick start in the series opener Friday as well, as Minnesota State senior Lindsay Macy scored 13 seconds into the game after Wisconsin gave away the puck behind their own net. “It is obvious we made a mistake, and they capitalized on it,” Johnson said.The Badgers responded shortly after the Macy goal, tying the game up 35 seconds into the period when Zaugg received a pass from Knight and skated all the way up the ice before firing a shot from the right side of the net.”The nice part of the first goal was we responded really quickly,” Johnson said. “There were two goals and two penalties in the first 40 seconds of the game. You don’t see that very often.”Matthews, who recorded the game-winning goal and two assists, led the Badgers in scoring Friday. Zaugg also added an assist to go with her game-tying goal.Penalties were a problem all night Friday for Wisconsin, as the Badgers accumulated nine for eighteen total minutes, including three by Morris. The nine infractions were a season high for UW. The Mavericks were penalized just six times on the night. “We uncharacteristically took more penalties than we normally do,” Johnson said. “That really takes the flow away, takes your chemistry away, and it just makes for a really challenging game when you have to kill nine penalties off.”last_img read more