Several hospitalized after shooting stemming from fight at Florida mall

first_imgAdvertisementDC Young Fly knocks out heckler (video) – Rolling OutRead more6 comments’Mortal Kombat’ Exceeded Expectations Says WarnerMedia ExecutiveRead more2 commentsDo You Remember Bob’s Big Boy?Read more1 commentsKISS Front Man Paul Stanley Reveals This Is The End Of KISS As A Touring Band, For RealRead more1 comments AdvertisementAventura Police closed down the mall until further notice. There is no active shooter threat.Several people on Twitter reported crowds of shoppers leaving the mall as well as customers and employees having to lock down inside stores.shooting at aventura mall..— Naty Denegri (@natydenegri) May 8, 2021 AdvertisementRecommended ArticlesBrie Larson Reportedly Replacing Robert Downey Jr. As The Face Of The MCURead more81 commentsGal Gadot Reportedly Being Recast As Wonder Woman For The FlashRead more29 comments RELATEDTOPICS Woman shot outside Naples Waffle House June 16, 2021 AVENTURA, Fla. (WTVJ) – Several people were hospitalized and shoppers were caught in the chaos after a shooting stemming from a fight Saturday afternoon at Aventura Mall.Aventura Police said two groups of people got into a fight near the Hugo Boss store at the luxury mall, located at 19501 Biscayne Boulevard. Someone brought out a gun, but another man drew his gun and started shooting, NBC affiliate WTVJ reports.Miami-Dade Fire Rescue officials said they transported five people to local hospitals — one of them was taken to a trauma center — but Aventura Police reported three people were injured.Several people were detained in connection to the fight, Aventura Police said. The person who fired their weapon ran away from the mall and is at large. AdvertisementTags: aventurashootingcenter_img Deputies investigate overnight shooting in Golden Gate June 10, 2021 Advertisement Advertisement Two teens arrested in Cape Coral shooting investigation June 16, 2021 Ex-wife of Palm Beach Publix killer responds to sheriff’s criticism June 16, 2021last_img read more

Latest on Storm Ophelia – schools closed and other services effected

first_imgHomepage BannerNews Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Twitter Facebook Google+ By News Highland – October 15, 2017 Latest on Storm Ophelia – schools closed and other services effected Add five hours for Irish timesIreland is on red alert following a severe weather warning from Met Eireann.Storm Ophelia is expected to bring violent and destructive gusts right across the country.Met Eireann Meteorologist Evelyn Cusack explains how Ophelia is expected to track inland from the coast tomorrow morning:Audio Player Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.All schools and colleges will be closed on MondayThe Donegal ETB has provided a list of closures under its control:Donegal ETB Schools:1. Abbey Vocational School, Donegal Town2. Colaiste Ailigh, Letterkenny3. Colaiste Chineal Eoghain, Buncrana4. Colaiste na Carraige, Carrick5. Colaíste Phobail Cholmcille, Tory Island6. Crana College, Buncrana7. Deele College, Raphoe8. Errigal College, Letterkenny9. Finn Valley College, Stranorlar10. Gairmscoil Chu Uladh, Ballinamore11. Gairmscoil MhicDiarmada, Arranmore Island12. Magh Ene College, Bundoran13. Moville Community College14. Mulroy College, Milford15. St Catherine’s Vocational School, Killybegs Pinterest Donegal ETB Further Education and Training (FET) centres and crèches:1. Adult Education & Training Centre, Ballyshannon2. Adult Education & Training Centre, Buncrana3. Adult Education & Training Centre, Donegal Town4. Adult Education & Training Centre, Gortahork5. Adult Education & Training Centre, Letterkenny6. Adult Education & Training Centre, Milford7. ETB Training Centre, Letterkenny (Ballyraine)8. ETB Training Centre, Gweedore9. Finn Valley Centre for Education, Stranorlar10. Youthreach Centre, Buncrana11. Youthreach Centre, Glengad12. Youthreach Centre, Letterkenny13. Youthreach Centre, Lifford14. Ard Scoil na gCeithre Máistir15. ETB crèches in Buncrana, Gortahork, Letterkenny and Milford Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programme Facebook Bus Éireann will not operate any of its nationwide services – including the Expressway network – from 0500 hours to 1400 tomorrow (October 16th) due to a national red weather alert.The company says it will reviews the situation in the morning, and will attempt to provide some level of service in some parts of the country in the afternoon, but it is likely widespread disruption could continue for most of the day.SITT Local Link Donegal say that Due to the Red weather warning issued we are cancelling ALL Locallink/Rural Transport Services tomorrow Monday 16th October.The Government says that in the interest of customer and staff safety, all Department of Employment Affairs and Social Protection offices will close tomorrow.Customers who have appointments tomorrow will be contacted directly by Dept. staff from Tuesday onwards to reschedule their appointment.No payments will be affected due to appointments being cancelled tomorrow.  Updates will issue to media and on Twitter throughout the day.The Model Creche, Preschool & Afterschool will be CLOSED Monday due to the imminent storm Ophelia. This decision was not taken lightly and we do realise this will be an inconvenience for parents who must work tomorrow. The health and safety of the children, parents and staff is our priority and therefore the advice and directions we are receiving from relevant bodies must be adhered to.We thank you for your understanding and cooperation during this highly unusual circumstance.Due to public safety concerns the RSA is advising that Driver Theory Test, Driving Test, National Driver Licensing (NDLS) Centres will remain closed tomorrow Monday 16th October.The RSA apologises for any inconvenience caused but the decision has been made in the interests of public safety. Updates are available from the following link to the weather warnings issued by Met Eireann directly related to storm Ophelia, all outpatient appointments in Sligo University Hospital and Letterkenny University Hospitalare cancelled for Monday 16th October.  Patients are advised not to travel to the hospitals unless absolutely necessary.  We will be in contact with this group of patients to reschedule their appointment as quickly as possible.The Emergency Departments remain open 24/7 and the Acute Assessment Units in both hospitals will be operational.Elsewhere…Comhaltas Music classes in Gortahork are cancelled due to weather conditions.Jigsaw Donegal will be closed Monday due to adverse weather conditions.  Young people with appointments will be contacted with a rescheduled appointment.Due to the imminent Storm Ophelia, and the advice by Met Éireann, all local RehabCare resource centres, Rehab Enterprises sites, and National Learning Network centres will be closed tomorrow (Monday, October 16th).People who use our services should not travel to centres tomorrow.  All centres are closed in every county. North West Regional CollegeAll classes at North West Regional College campuses are cancelled today (Monday 16 October). The College buildings will remain open. All Classes will recommence Tuesday, October 17.center_img WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Google+ Publicans in Republic watching closely as North reopens further WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Previous articleMet Eireann extends it’s Level Red Severe Weather Warning across Ireland Next articleWomen of Ireland in mourning as Michael Fassbender is reportedly off the market News Highland Twitter Community Enhancement Programme open for applications last_img read more

County, Wildcatters face-off in contract negotiations

By Sherry Koonce The News staff writer BEAUMONT — Jefferson County and the Texas Wildcatters are in a face-off this week while their attorneys try to determine how much time is remaining on the Southeast Texas hockey team’s contract. Whether the team’s contract is up for renewal now, or a year from now was the topic at a county commissioner work session Monday. Jeff Branick, assistant to the County Judge, said the county believes the team’s contract expires at the end of this season, probably in April or May depending on how many play-off games the team wins. The Wildcatters, said the team’s attorney John Burmeister, contend they have one more season before the original contract signed in 2003-04 is up for renewal. Burmeister said the contract would have expired at the end of the 2008 season, but because the team missed the 2006 season due of damage incurred to Ford Park by Hurricane Rita, the contract should be extended by another year. “Normally, 2008 would have been the last year of the contract, but the hurricane came in and kept the Wildcatters from playing a season,” Burmeister said. For the 2006-07 and the 2007-08 seasons, the Wildcatters were not required to pay the county for use of the Ford Park arena. Burmeister said the team will go back to the original agreement and pay $3,000 per game plus a graduated fee for every person attending thereafter. “From an operational standpoint, the county has had to subsidize hockey between 6,600 and $11,000 a game for the past two years, Branick said. Attorneys representing the county and the team plan to meet Tuesday to negotiate the contract, Branick said. In other matters, County Commissioners tabled for the third time, this time permanently, an agenda item that would have designated Precinct 1 Commissioner Eddie Arnold as the county’s representative on a sister-city trade mission to China. Arnold was to have traveled to Henan, China with a delegation from Port Arthur and a group of Southeast Texas business leaders. The group hoped of attract Chinese firms willing to invest in manufacturing businesses in Port Arthur. Arnold asked that the item be removed because he had been notified that Port Arthur Mayor Bobbie Prince would not be traveling to Henan, China because of security concerns in Tibet. If the trip materializes in the future, Arnold said he would utilize his vacation time to attend. Prince said she hopes the trip is only delayed, and that the political unrest in the region subsides so the delegation can go ahead with the trip at a later date. “With the state’s department travel advisory that is out right now, that poses a problem for me. Hopefully before the year is over we will have another opportunity go, but right now I don’t think that it is wise to make the trip,” Prince said. Her decision had nothing to do with the decision City Council made last week, she said. On Tuesday, the City Council voted 7-2 against funding the trip. Since then, Prince said alternate funding had been secured to pay for her travel expenses, but now that the advisory was issued, she will not be going. Prince said the advisory could be lifted as early as mid-April. Contact this reporter at [email protected] read more

Fishing, Hunting License Fees To Rise Jan 1

first_imgFacebookTwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享License fees for sport fishing, hunting, and trapping will rise next year, thanks to a bill supported by conservation and guiding groups. The new fees go into effect on January 1, 2017. The legislation raises hunting license fees from $25 to $45, the first increase in 25 years. Sportsfishing licenses will be raised from $24 to $29.center_img One of the most significant raises was for nonresident hunting licences, which will almost double to $160.last_img

10 months agoNewcastle midfielder Mo Diame apologises for Liverpool humbling

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Newcastle midfielder Mo Diame apologises for Liverpool humblingby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveNewcastle United midfielder Mo Diame says the away fans deserved better after their 4-0 defeat at Liverpool.Newcastle have not won at Liverpool since 1994 in the top flight but even with their side four goals down the fans still backed the players.Diame was taken aback by their support, and told the Evening Chronicle: “It showed how amazing they are and it shows how loyal the fans are.“We know as players we are at a massive club but it is massive because of them.“They are showing this week-in, week-out.“We just want to thank them and apologise for the result.” last_img

Video: Watch Miami DE Alquadin Muhammad Put A Hurricanes’ Freshman OL On His Back

first_imgA general view of the Miami Dolphins stadium.MIAMI GARDENS, FL – SEPTEMBER 5: A general view of Sun Life Stadium prior to the game between the Miami Hurricanes and the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats on September 5, 2015 in Miami Gardens, Florida. Sun Life Stadium ins in the middle of a two year renovation. (Photo by Joel Auerbach/Getty Images)Spring practice at Miami is underway, and preparation for the 2015 season has gotten off to a good start for Al-Quadin Muhammad. The Hurricanes’ sophomore defensive end, who was suspended for the 2014 season due to an altercation with a former student, spent some of his time away bulking up. His improved physique is showing on the field. Check out Muhammad absolutely destroying Miami freshman offensive lineman Jahair Jones during a pass rush drill: The new, bulked up AQM introduced himself to recent enrollee Jahair Jones today. @Qua_Nito— Canes Warning (@CanesWarningFS) February 24, 2015Better luck next time, Jahair. The Hurricanes open their season Sept. 5 against Bethune-Cookman.last_img read more

JIPO Hosts Design Competition to Promote Creative Industries

first_img The competition is aimed at increasing the diversity, quality, and standard of products available in craft markets. JIPO and the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, is hosting an ‘Authentic Jamaica Design Competition’. Story Highlights The creations should portray craft and design products which appeal to local and overseas buyers. In its continued bid to promote and develop the creative industries, the Jamaica Intellectual Property Office (JIPO), in association with the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment, is hosting an ‘Authentic Jamaica Design Competition’, targeting artisans, designers, and producers within the craft sector.The competition is aimed at increasing the diversity, quality, and standard of products available in craft markets and designated craft areas across the island, and also to promote the importance of intellectual property protection of designs.Speaking with JIS News, Chairman of JIPO, Eugene Ffolkes, informed that the competition will not only foster creativity, but will focus on the linkage between intellectual property protection and the craft industry’s business structure and practices.Mr. Ffolkes explained that the creations should portray craft and design products which appeal to local and overseas buyers and tourists to the island and must be identifiable with Jamaica, through the use of indigenous raw materials and encompass connections to Jamaica’s culture and history.“The Ministry (Tourism and Entertainment) has created an authentic Jamaica Certification Mark…so persons coming to Jamaica will know that the products are actually from Jamaica,” the Chairman informed, adding that the whole idea is for visitors to get a wider mix of authentic Jamaican products and souvenirs.Mr. Ffolkes noted that the Ministry is spearheading an initiative to establish craft markets that sell only authentic Jamaican products that bear the mark or seal, with the first such market to be set up in Falmouth.Highlighting some of the rules of the competition, the Chairman informed that all entries must first be registered with JIPO before qualifying for competition entry and participants must be Jamaican residents.He noted, too, that submitted designs must be original work not yet in production for commercial gain or the public domain.Entrants’ designs can be from any of four categories – Souvenir (for example, key rings, paintings, and beach towels); Textile (use of fabrics such as cotton, denim, leather, or lace); Industrial (entries made of  materials, such as cement, metal, porcelain, and recycled materials); and Natural (use of materials, including wood, straw, coconut shells, or semi-precious stones).In terms of judging and evaluation, the organisers will appoint a three-member judging panel per category, which will include a majority of practising craft designers and retail experts. Entries will be judged on originality and creativity; commercialization and business appeal, and economic benefits and impact.Prizes will include cash, loan facilities from EXIM Bank, consultation and support sessions with JIPO, and the Minister’s Trophy from the Ministry of Industry, Investment and Commerce.“Everybody who enters the competition is a winner as they would have registered their designs, become exposed to the industry and gain the opportunity to benefit from a lucrative industry,” Mr. Ffolkes said.The submission deadline is October 31 and persons may make submissions to JIPO or the offices of the Tourism Product Development Company (TPDCo).For further information on the competition, persons may visit JIPO’s website at or call 946-1300/946-0789.last_img read more

Kohli blasts match referee over no ball gaffe

first_imgBengaluru: A livid Virat Kohli on Thursday stormed into the match referee’s room and hurled abuses at him following Royal Challengers Bangalore’s (RCB) home defeat against Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), which was marred by a glaring umpiring blooper that cost RCB dear, reports said. According to a report, right after the presentation ceremony, a furious Kohli barged into match referee Manu Nayyar’s room and used abusive language to let his displeasure known. As per the report, Kohli even told the match referee that he didn’t care if he was penalised for violating the code of conduct. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over ChandigarhNeeding 41 runs from 4 overs, RCB looked to be cruising against MI at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bengaluru before Jasprit Bumrah and Lasith Malinga tightened the screws on the home team and won the game for MI by 6 runs. But the game will be remembered for umpire S. Ravi’s failure to spot a no-ball off the final delivery of the match. With RCB needing six runs from the last ball to tie the game, Lasith Malinga bowled a dot ball, but replays showed it should have been a no-ball as he overstepped. Also Read – Vijender’s next fight on Nov 22, opponent to be announced laterRCB skipper Virat Kohli made his displeasure known at the end of the game, saying that the teams were not playing club cricket and the officials needed to be more careful. During the presentation ceremony, Kohli said: “We are playing at the IPL level and not playing club cricket. The umpires should have had their eyes open. That is a ridiculous call (last ball). If it is a game of margins, I don’t know what is happening. They should have been more sharp and careful out there.” MI skipper Rohit Sharma too backed Kohli and said that these mistakes shouldn’t happen as they were game changers. “I just got to know when we crossed the rope. Somebody told me it was a no ball. These kind of mistakes are not good for the game of cricket, it’s pretty simple. In the over before that, Bumrah bowled a ball which wasn’t a wide. Those are game changers. There’s a TV up there, they have to watch what’s happening. It is as simple as that. “Players can’t do much. The only thing they can do is walk off and shake hands because it was the last ball. It’s disappointing to see that. I hope they rectify their mistakes like we do when we make mistakes,” Sharma rued. A senior official of the Board of Control for Cricket in India said the howler in Thursday’s match was waiting to happen since there have been no proper assessment and judgement. “What you saw (yesterday) was a symptom and not the disease. It has been two years since the Umpires’ Committee functioned. The process that was followed earlier was that the umpires were assessed during the year by a panel of former umpires who were on the Umpires’ Committee. “The committee members were also free to visit and see the assessment being done. All of that went out of the window once the Committee of Administrators (CoA) moved in lock, stock and barrel. Mistakes happened then too, but there was a system because of which the umpires were apprehensive since they were being judged,” the official said.last_img read more

Diana Penty glitters like gold at Cannes

first_imgCannes: Bollywood actress Diana Penty made a sparkling debut with a glittery gold ensemble at the 72nd Cannes Film Festival. For her look, the “Cocktail” actress chose a ravishing mini golden tassle dress by Greek fashion designer Celia Kritharioti. Diana, who is a part of the film gala as part of an association with vodka brand Grey Goose, paired the dress with embellished sheer golden knee-length heeled boots by the same designer. The 33-year-old actress attended the grand Chopard party with nude make-up and lips. She completed her look with sleek middle-parted hair. Apart from Diana and actress Kangana Ranaut, Huma Qureshi will be seen at the Cannes red carpet for the brand this year. Diana began her modelling career in 2005. She made her acting debut in 2012 with the romantic-comedy film “Cocktail”, and later featured in films like “Happy Bhag Jayegi”, “Lucknow Central”, “Parmanu – The Story of Pokhran” and “Happy Phir Bhag Jayegi”.last_img read more

We Dont Know How Well The NBAs Concussion Tests Work

Klay Thompson, the star shooting guard for the Golden State Warriors, unambiguously took a knee to the face in the team’s Wednesday night game against the Houston Rockets. After that, everything got a little muddled — not only for Thompson, but also for the doctors who are being asked to explain why their test didn’t keep him out of the game.The team’s doctors gave Thompson a concussion evaluation after the injury and cleared him to return to the game. Thompson didn’t get to play (he was still bleeding and wasn’t allowed on the court), and now that looks like a lucky break. In a postgame interview, Thompson said he was “feeling a little dizzy,” and the team confirmed that after the game, he had concussion-like symptoms and will need to be retested before he can play in future games.The NBA concussion protocol requires any player who is suspected of having a concussion to have an immediate neurological evaluation. The NBA uses both a modified version of the Sport Concussion Assessment Tool (SCAT) and the Cogstate Computerized Cognitive Assessment Tool (CCAT). And according to their clinical trials, both tests do pretty well at detecting concussions accurately.The SCAT combines the results of tests of balance, cognitive function and other concussion indicators into a single score. According to a 2015 study, the SCAT has a sensitivity (successfully detecting concussions in people who really have concussions) of 96 percent. The NBA’s modified SCAT is probably somewhere in the same ballpark, but it’s hard to know for sure because the league hasn’t made public its modifications to the test. The study used a threshold of a 3.5-point drop from an earlier, baseline SCAT score to identify a concussion. If the NBA uses a different figure or focuses on a SCAT subscore instead of the overall figure, the accuracy of the test might change.The CCAT is a computerized test (you can try out a practice version here) that gives players four tasks (sort cards by color, remembering which cards you’ve already seen, etc.) and checks to see if they do badly on at least two of the challenges. According to a 2014 study, the CCAT successfully flags 96 percent of players who really have concussions.So, if the tests are pretty accurate, why wasn’t Thompson identified as possibly concussed until after the game?It’s hard to say, especially without information on the NBA-specific protocols, but sometimes tests are less accurate in real life than they are in a trial. Or a concussed player could just be unlucky; 5 percent or so pass a screening test in error.If Thompson hadn’t mentioned that he felt ill, questions might not have been raised about whether the test failed. Players are a check on the test, but they may not feel free to speak up if they’re passed in error.What happened to Thompson is a reminder for the NBA to audit its methods to make sure that the assessments it is giving players are working as well as they did in the clinical trials. That way, players can trust their doctors, and the fans can trust the league.Update (3:25 p.m., Friday, May 29): On Friday afternoon, the Warriors said Thompson had suffered a concussion, and would not return to the court until he is symptom-free and cleared under the NBA’s concussion protocol guidelines. read more