Mayweather, McGregor agree to August super fight

first_imgDon’t miss out on the latest news and information. Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks PLAY LIST 01:40Filipinos turn Taal Volcano ash, plastic trash into bricks01:32Taal Volcano watch: Island fissures steaming, lake water receding02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite MOST READ China reports 17 new cases in viral pneumonia outbreak Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Ai-Ai delas Alas on Jiro Manio: ‘Sana pinahalagahan niya ang naitulong ko’ LATEST STORIES Swing Out Sister back to PH this April Victolero, Star still positive despite another frustrating loss “We have been in negotiations for a while,” White told American sports broadcaster ESPN.“The negotiations went smooth. Floyd Mayweather surrounds himself with smart people and we got the deal done.”FEATURED STORIESSPORTSEnd of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legendSPORTSMcGregor blasts Cerrone in 40 seconds in UFC returnSPORTSBreak new groundWhite said two would fight as boxers and it will take place at the T-Mobile Arena.The boxing format heavily favors the undefeated Mayweather who many consider to be the best pound-for-pound fighter in the world. Conor McGregor teases fans as he posts a photoshopped poster of him and Floyd Mayweather Jr. on his Twitter account. Photo from Conor McGregor’s Twitter account a tweet stating “THE FIGHT IS ON.” He also included photos of the two combatants.Promoter Dana White said the key to the fight was getting 40-year-old Mayweather to come out of retirement.ADVERTISEMENT Presidency bid needs ‘deep reflection’ – Sara Duterte McGregor, 28, will be entering unknown territory as he has not stepped into a boxing ring since he was a teenager.White said they would wear 10 ounce boxing gloves and added that his MMA client McGregor is confident of victory.“He is absolutely, 100 percent positive he will win this fight. When two men step into the ring anything can happen,” White said. CBBADVERTISEMENT Duterte’s ‘soft heart’ could save ABS-CBN, says election lawyer End of his agony? SC rules in favor of Espinosa, orders promoter heirs to pay boxing legend For Ina, portraying a zombie is like an ‘out-of-body experience’ Trump’s impeachment defense, prosecutors dig in Gerald: Just because I’ve been bashed doesn’t mean I’d stop working View commentslast_img read more

North Hollywood kids’ art shown in restaurant exhibit

first_imgNorth Hollywood’s Maurice Sendak Elementary School students are finishing this school year having benefited from receiving a complete arts education all year. And now the students’ artwork is on display for everyone to see at a local restaurant. The school’s arts education program is sponsored by the nonprofit organization Arts in Education Aid Council Inc. Maurice Sendak is one of the only schools in Los Angeles Unified where students receive visual-arts instruction every other week throughout the school year. Students at Maurice Sendak Elementary are having their own art show at the McDonald’s restaurant located at 6309 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood through the end of August. For more information about the Arts in Education Aid Council, visit www.aieac.org or call (818) 705-8758. Rafael Herrera is the owner of the McDonald’s restaurant where the student art show is on display. He posted this story June 19 to the North Hollywood hub on valleynews.com. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!last_img read more

Six-month ID theft probe leads to man

first_imgCANYON COUNTRY – A former handyman for a Valencia auto dealership was arrested this week after a six-month investigation by sheriff’s deputies revealed he was deeply involved in identity theft, a sheriff’s official said Thursday. James Johnson, 41, is suspected of taking blank-check stock from Lexus of Valencia and writing checks to himself and to former customers. “He somehow had access to rental and purchase agreement paperwork and got the names of people who had done business there,” sheriff’s Sgt. James Anderson said. “Our investigators found that he had applied for and obtained credit cards in another resident’s name, including an interim driver’s license, which he was using.” Anderson said that Detective Doug Nail had information that Johnson was using a storage unit on Oak Avenue in Canyon Country. During surveillance, Nail found Johnson at a storage unit he had rented. He had a car rented to his primary victim, Anderson said. Carol Rock, (661) 257-5252 carol.rock@dailynews.com 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORESanta Anita opens winter meet Saturday with loaded card “When he was contacted, Johnson identified himself to our detective as that person, but (Nail) knew what his real name was and arrested him on the spot,” Anderson said. A warrant to search the storage unit and a hotel room Johnson rented in the San Fernando Valley yielded tools purchased with the fraudulently-obtained credit cards and identity profiles for at least 80 different people, Anderson said. The District Attorney’s Office high tech unit is reviewing the case. Johnson was booked at the Santa Clarita Valley sheriff’s station and remains in custody at Men’s Central Jail in downtown Los Angeles. His bail is listed as $150,000. “Before he can make bail, he has to have bail hearing,” Anderson said. “Because of the nature of his crime, he has to prove to the court that all the proceeds for his bail were obtained legally.” Anderson said that detectives are in the process of contacting the individuals named in the documentation found at Johnson’s two locations to advise them that they may be victims of identity theft. last_img read more

The 10 players Man United could be without against PSG in the Champions League

first_imgManchester United could have up to 10 players missing from their squad for the second leg of their last-16 Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side trail 2-0 to the Ligue 1 champions and will have to do something special in Paris to make the quarter-finals. Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? REVEALED 3 Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions ADVICE 3 Alexis Sanchez picked up an injury against Southampton Still, Solskjaer pledged to fight at PSG and try to secure a famous away win similar to the semi-final triumph that saw Juventus beaten 3-2 on the way to the treble in 1999.“It was 1-1 at home and they scored two to go 2-0 up in the 10 minutes and suddenly you think you are out,” he said.“But as soon as you get that one goal away from home we were in the ascendancy, and then when we got to 2-2 suddenly we were through and they had to panic, so that’s it for us.“We have to get goals in that game. If we get an early one, then suddenly we are in with a shout.” REVEALED BEST OF Paul Pogba will be suspended against PSG Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Solskjaer’s only defeat as United manager came in the first leg against PSG and he still remains unbeaten in 12 Premier League games.His side will go into the match knowing they have a mountain to climb.“I have to say, they are confident going into the game knowing that we are 2-0 down,” Solskjaer said.“We know it is going to be difficult, we played them here and they are a good team, and we have got loads of injuries, there’s a few boys here that will want to be part of it.“We have got to go for it. We have a mountain to climb. We have quality players. Let’s see how many we have got, though. That maybe is the biggest thing.” huge blow center_img RANKED Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move 3 Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade MONEY They will have to do so without around 10 key players on Wednesday, with commentary of the match live on talkSPORT.France’s World Cup-winning midfielder Paul Pogba is banned after his first leg sending off, while Solskjaer fears the worst when it comes to United’s lengthy injury list that is set to include Anthony Martial due to a groin complaint.Asked if any of the injured players would be fit to face PSG, he said: “Not really, no. It doesn’t look like it. No, I don’t think we can risk it (playing Martial). He has not been training yet so I don’t think so.” Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Nemanja Matic, Jesse Lingard and Juan Mata have also missed recent games, along with Ander Herrera, Matteo Darmian, Phil Jones and Antonio Valencia.That list looks to have grown to 10 after Alexis Sanchez was forced off midway through Saturday’s 3-2 comeback win against Southampton. The forward was seen limping out of Old Trafford seemingly wearing strapping on his right leg. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be without 10 players against PSG no dice Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card LATEST FOOTBALL NEWSlast_img read more

Lawrence County Inmate Roster – 6.12.17

first_img06/09/2017 0444 12/06/1994 *********** M MITCHELL P 755.00MAHAN,MICHAEL A ON-SITE 00000000153 POSSESSION OF A SYRI Court: Date/Time: -0000ON-SITE 00000000110 POSS SCHED IV Court: Date/Time: -0000ON-SITE 00000000108 POSS SCHED II Court: Date/Time: -0000ON-SITE 00000000129 MAINTAINING COMMON N Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: LAWRENCE CO State: INClass: FELONY____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/09/2017 0444 01/19/1995 *********** F MITCHELL P 755.00TEGARDEN,KAITLYN RM ON-SITE 00000000153 POSSESSION OF A SYRI Court: Date/Time: -0000ON-SITE 00000000110 POSS SCHED IV Court: Date/Time: -0000ON-SITE 00000000108 POSS SCHED II Court: Date/Time: -0000ON-SITE 00000000130 VISITING COMMON NUIS Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: BEDFORD State: INClass: FELONY____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/09/2017 1042 09/05/1997 *********** M LCPD 0.00KOPSHO,ISAAC S 47D02-1701-F6-113 00000000202 MOTION TO REVOKE Court: SUPERIOR COURT II Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: BEDFORD State: INClass: FELONY____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/09/2017 1142 08/27/1987 *********** M LCPD 0.00SCHABER,EVAN W 47D01-1610-F6-1335 00000000201 PETITION TO REVOKE Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: DUBOIS CO State: INClass:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/09/2017 1834 08/16/1993 *********** M BEDFORD PD 0.00MYNATT,SAMUEL 47D02-1601-F6-0000 00000000201 PETITION TO REVOKE Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: BEDFORD State: INClass:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/09/2017 2135 02/08/1998 *********** F LAWRENCE C 0.00OSBORNE,ASHLEN C 00000000210 HOLD FOR ANOTHER COU Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Birth Place Country: City: BLOOOMINGTON State: INRun: 12-JUN-2017 8:57 LAWRENCE COUNTY Page: 2JBS15 – Run By: FODDRILL,KYLEAGENCY: 00 J A I L M A N A G E M E N TArrest Report for Courts06/09/2017 thru 06/12/2017Book Date Time DOB SSN Charge Charge Sex Arr Ag Bail Bail AgencyCause No. Code(s) Description(s)____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Class:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/10/2017 0055 07/03/1973 *********** M LCPD 505.00 SUPERIOR CRT IBRUMAGE,NOEL D ON SITE 00000003041 OWI – PER SE – C MIS Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000008 O.W.I. “A” MISD. Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: ZANESVILLE State: OHClass: MISDEMEANORRelease Date/Time: 06/10/2017-0910____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/10/2017 1100 04/14/1977 *********** M BEDFORD PD 0.00DIEHL,KEVIN W ON-SITE 00000000054 TRESPASS Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: LAWRENCE State: INClass:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/10/2017 2055 12/13/1996 *********** M LCPD 755.00 SUP2 SIG80 ALDTHOMES,JONATHAN ON SITE 00000000108 POSS SCHED II Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000118 POSS MARIJUANA U/30 Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000128 POSS OF PARAPHERNALI Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000129 MAINTAINING COMMON N Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: City: BLOOMINGTON State: ZZClass: FELONYRelease Date/Time: 06/11/2017-1224____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/10/2017 2102 04/04/1969 *********** M LCPD 505.00RUDE,LARRY ON SITE 00000000130 VISITING COMMON NUIS Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000118 POSS MARIJUANA U/30 Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: SEYMOUR State: INClass: MISDEMEANOR____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/10/2017 2135 11/18/1983 *********** F BEDFORD PD 755.00CARNES,KELLI ON SITE 00000000182 POSSESSION OF METHAM Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Birth Place Country: City: PAOLI State: INClass: FELONY____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/11/2017 0324 06/07/1967 *********** F LAWRENCE C 305.00 RECIEVED C/B 3ABEL,THERESA ON-SITE 00000003041 OWI – PER SE – C MIS Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: City: BURLINGTON State: IAClass: MISDEMEANORRelease Date/Time: 06/11/2017-1602____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________Run: 12-JUN-2017 8:57 LAWRENCE COUNTY Page: 3JBS15 – Run By: FODDRILL,KYLEAGENCY: 00 J A I L M A N A G E M E N TArrest Report for Courts06/09/2017 thru 06/12/2017Book Date Time DOB SSN Charge Charge Sex Arr Ag Bail Bail AgencyCause No. Code(s) Description(s)____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/11/2017 0955 07/06/1992 *********** M LAWRENCE C 0.00 REL T/SJACOBSEN,KOLE M 00000000138 COURT COMMITMENT Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: BEDFORD State: INClass:Release Date/Time: 06/12/2017-1000____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/11/2017 2123 08/26/1998 *********** M BEDFORD PD 755.00BROWN,GAVIN ON SITE 00000000118 POSS MARIJUANA U/30 Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000129 MAINTAINING COMMON N Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000128 POSS OF PARAPHERNALI Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000118 POSS MARIJUANA U/30 Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Birth Place Country: City: BLOOMINGTON State: INClass:____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/12/2017 0035 06/22/1966 *********** M LCPD 755.00HEARTH,JERRY D ON SITE 00000000030 CRIMINAL RECKLESSNES Court: Date/Time: -0000ON SITE 00000000006 LEAVING SCENE OF PD Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: BLOOMINGTON State: IN J A I L M A N A G E M E N TArrest Report for Courts06/09/2017 thru 06/12/2017Book Date Time DOB SSN Charge Charge Sex Arr Ag Bail Bail AgencyCause No. Code(s) Description(s)____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________06/09/2017 0118 11/19/1981 *********** M LAWRENCE C 1,000.00 NO LOCALSSUMMERS,BRANDON S 00000000210 HOLD FOR ANOTHER COU Court: Date/Time: -0000Citizen? Yes Birth Place Country: US City: MONROE CO. State: INClass:Release Date/Time: 06/10/2017-1245____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________last_img read more

Fans back in large numbers to watch Team India in action

first_imgFans on Tuesday were back to patronising international cricket here after people in other parts of country ignored the recent five-match One-Day International series against England and the three Tests against the West Indies.The 45,000-capacity Barabati Stadium was bursting at seams as the city hosted the first of five ODIs – and Cuttack’s first international match in two years. Thousands of people were still hanging around the venue in the hope that they would get tickets somehow while those who could afford them bought them in black, though officially all tickets were sold out on Saturday.Orissa Cricket Association (OCA) president Ranjib Biswal said that he was always expecting a full house for the day-night encounter. “We never had any doubt about a packed stadium for this match,” Biswal told Mail Today.A former Orissa Ranji Trophy captain, Biswal pointed out that people in metros have had enough of cricket. “You have so much of cricket being played all the year round, including the Indian Premier League, and that’s the reason people didn’t go to watch the recent India matches,” he said. “But if you organise matches in smaller cities, people will surely come to watch cricket.”And a sample was witnessed here on Tuesday as people flocked this multi-purpose ground. Biswal stressed that the chances of getting fans into the stadium are always greater in second- rung cities than in metros, and this match underlined this fact.Biswal disclosed that the OCA would soon increase the capacity of the Barabati Stadium. “We are going to pull down the double storey club house and one more stand to add 10,000 more seats to increase the capacity to 55,000,” he said.advertisementAlthough the OCA doesn’t own the stadium, Biswal said a longterm pact between the OCA and the Orissa Olympic Association to use the stadium for international cricket matches has encouraged them to invest in the venue.”According to the pact, OCA can organise 35 international matches here. This is only the second match under the agreement,” he said.Biswal would be further encouraged by a recent comment from Ratnakar Shetty, chief administrative office of the BCCI, that the Board was thinking of allotting Test matches to smaller venues to encourage people to throng stadiums.While the Barabati Stadium was filled to the brim, tickets were available in black market until the start of the match. Touts were seen talking to prospective buyers just outside the stadium.One of the touts said that tickets for all galleries were available. “You can get the Rs 4,000 denomination ticket for Rs 8,000 and the Rs 8,000 ticket for Rs 12,000,” he said nonchalantly.last_img read more

a month agoLiverpool chief Moore mocks Man Utd & Fergie: We’re back on our perch!

first_imgAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say Liverpool chief Moore mocks Man Utd & Fergie: We’re back on our perch!by Paul Vegasa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveLiverpool chief Peter Moore has enjoyed a swipe at Manchester United and Sir Alex Ferguson.When Ferguson arrived at Old Trafford in 1986, he said his first task was to “knock Liverpool right off their perch”.But Moore, a lifelong Liverpool fan, believes the club have reclaimed their previous status.”We are back on our perch, as we famously say,” he told former Liverpool striker Michael Robinson during an interview at the World Football summit in Madrid.”What the Fenway Sports Group have done at Liverpool over the past nine years is nothing short of miraculous.”They have gone through ups and downs but have stayed the course and never taken a penny out of the club.” last_img read more

Funding Will Help Cut Travel Share Information

first_imgNova Scotia municipalities will be able to decrease travel, and associated air pollutants, thanks to two grants totalling $132,000 from the province. Most of the funding, from the ecoNova Scotia Fund for Clean Air and Climate Change, will go to the Association of Municipal Administrators, Nova Scotia, for its municipal video-conferencing program. The Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities will receive $5,600 for a Municipal Sustainability information project. “Municipalities in this province are making sincere efforts to lessen their environmental impact, and this funding shows genuine leadership by supporting and enhancing that work,” Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations Minister Ramona Jennex said today, June 10, at a meeting of the Association of Municipal Administrators of Nova Scotia, on behalf of Environment Minister Sterling Belliveau. “These two projects will significantly reduce air emissions that lead to climate change and also allow communities to inspire one another with stories of successful initiatives.” The Association of Municipal Administrators will receive $127,030 to support the group purchase of video-conferencing equipment. This will enable alternative forms of meetings, thus reducing travel and associated emissions. The Union of Nova Scotia Municipalities’s grant will allow information on municipal sustainability projects to be posted, and therefore easily shared, on the Municipal Sustainability Office’s website. The projects, supported by ecoNova Scotia with funding from the government of Canada, further the Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act and the Climate Change Action Plan. With this announcement, ecoNova Scotia has funded about 100 projects since it was established in 2007. For more information on the fund, visit www.gov.ns.ca/ecoNovaScotia .last_img read more

ILeague clubs to meet AIFF president to oppose plans to make ISL

first_imgNew Delhi: Ten I-League clubs will meet the All India Football Federation (AIFF) President Praful Patel here on Wednesday to seek clarification on the controversial move to accord Indian Super League (ISL) the top tier status in Indian football. Out of the 10, eight — Mohun Bagan, East Bengal, Churchill Brothers, Minerva Punjab FC, Aizawl FC, NEROCA, Gokulam Kerala and Shillong Lajong — have formed a united front on the issue while I-League champions Chennai City left them during the Super Cup tournament earlier this year. Also Read – Dhoni, Paes spotted playing football togetherReal Kashmir FC did not join the group but a representative of the club is expected to be in the meeting to be held at a city hotel. Miffed at AIFF general secretary Kushal Das’s public acknowledgement of ISL as the country’s main league, the eight-club grouping had already said that they are ready to approach “appropriate courts for relief” if the AIFF makes the ISL the country’s top league. The eight clubs will have a separate meeting among themselves before they meet Patel to decide how to present their case. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian Open”We will ask how there was an agreement/contract between AIFF and FSDL way back in 2010, which says that ISL will be made the top league in country. Mr. Patel has been all along saying that I-League is the top league in the country,” Minerva owner Ranjit Bajaj said. “We invested money for our clubs on the assurance that I-League will be the top league but now how can you say that there is an agreement (with FSDL) that ISL will be the top league and I-League will be relegated below. We will ask him. We will say that this agreement is illegal,” he added. The AIFF Executive Committee will meet on July 9 and Bajaj said that the clubs will knock the doors of the court if the national federation takes a decision to make ISL the top league. If the AIFF grants top league status to ISL, the winning team of the ISL is expected to play in the AFC Champions League — Asia’s top tier club competition — qualifying round. Till now, the I-League champion team has been getting that chance and Minerva played in the AFC Champions League qualifying round last year as I-League 2017-18 winners. Reacting to the I-League clubs threat to go to court, the AIFF has said that it’s premature and unnecessary to pre-judge any action of the federation, and be commenting on the decision of Executive Committee meeting in advance. “The AIFF as a custodian of Indian Football has always endeavoured to balance to the interest of all stakeholders, and the Hero I-League, and its clubs.last_img read more