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Dunne unsure if ‘Bubbles’ will start against Galway

first_imgThe Killenaule club man was sent off in the Munster semi-final against Limerick, which forced him to miss their win over Waterford in the provincial decider.Dunne, who was a member of the team that won 2001 All-Ireland final, says that Tipp boss Michael Ryan will have to see O’Dwyer impress at training in order to get the nod.last_img


Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Dec. 23, 2013 – Jan. 1, 2014

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Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Wellington Fire/EMS incident report: Dec. 23, 2013 – Jan. 1, 2014:12/23             1:53 AM        Injury Accident                    Kansas Turnpike12/23             5:15 AM        Medical Emergency           Oxford12/23             12:40 PM      Medical Emergency           400 block South C12/23             1:56 PM        Medical Emergency           200 block W. Harvey12/23             4:19 PM        Medical Trauma                 700 block N. Blaine12/24             12:53 AM      Medical Trauma                 700 block S. Jefferson12/24             11:46 AM      Medical Emergency           1600 block W. 8th12/24             2:33 PM        Medical Emergency           1500 block S. Hoover12/24             3:01 PM        Medical Alarm                     1100 block E. 20th Street12/24             6:07 PM        Medical Emergency           300 block W. 9th12/24             11:22 PM      Injury Accident                    200 block S. West Rd.12/25             12:51 AM      Medical Emergency           1200 block Edgewood12/25             11:00 AM      Medical Emergency           300 block North B12/25             7:20 PM        Medical Emergency           1000 block College12/25             10:19 PM      Medical Emergency           100 block W. Botkin12/25             10:45 PM      Medical Emergency           400 block S. Washington12/26             8:12 AM        Transfer to Wichita12/26             9:12 AM        Medical Trauma                 600 block Circle12/26             9:26 AM        Medical Trauma                 Oxford12/26             11:17 AM      Transfer to Wichita12/26             2:13 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/26             4:45 PM        Medical Emergency           100 block W. Botkin12/26             5:27 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/26             10:27 PM      Medical Emergency           700 block N. Gardner12/27             8:32 AM        Medical Emergency           600 block N. Elm12/27             2:32 PM        Medical Trauma                 900 block E. 16th12/27             4:55 PM        Investigate Smoke              400 block W. Harvey12/27             5:24 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/27             5:25 PM        Medical Emergency           100 block N. Elm12/27             8:28 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/28             12:05 AM      Medical Emergency           1300 block N. Blaine12/28             10:29 AM      Medical Emergency           Perth12/28             2:56 PM        Medical Emergency           1200 block N. Park12/29             7:04 AM        Medical Emergency           600 block N. Jefferson12/29             7:39 PM        Medical Emergency           400 block N. Plum12/29             9:01 PM        Medical Trauma                 1300 block Michigan12/30             1:38 PM        Medical Emergency           1500 block N. Poplar12/30             1:38 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/30             3:53 PM        Grass Fire                              Hargis Creek Watershed12/30             4:06 PM        Transfer to Wichita12/30             5:26 PM        Medical Emergency           300 block E. 13th12/30             5:35 PM        Medical Emergency           400 block Circle12/31             1:04 AM        Structure Fire                      Mutual Aid to Fire Dist. 912/31             8:36 AM        Medical Emergency           800 block W. Harvey12/31             11:25 AM      Transfer to Wichita12/31             11:41 AM      Vehicle Accident                 15th & Washington12/31             8:08 PM        Medical Emergency           400 block S. Blaine12/31             9:41 PM        Medical Trauma                 500 block E. Harvey1/1                  2:25 AM        Medical Trauma                 Washington & Harvey1/1                  2:41 AM        Vehicle Accident                 4th & Boundary1/1                  10:23 PM      Medical Emergency           1200 block N. Washington1/1                  10:57 PM      Medical Emergency           300 block E. 14thlast_img read more


15-year-old killed while attending a Halloween party

first_imgAuthorities in Southwest Miami-Dade are currently searching for answers after a 15-year-old boy was shot and killed while attending a Halloween party Saturday night.The incident was reported at a home on Southwest 132nd Avenue.Witnesses say the teen identified as Angel Cueli and several others were standing on the side of the house when the shooter approached them in a black sedan and fired several rounds.The shooter then fled the area in the vehicle.Cueli was flown to Kendall Regional Medical Center where he was later pronounced dead.Authorities are still searching for information that will lead them to the shooter.If you have any information about this incident, you are asked to contact your local police department.last_img read more


Colin Kaepernick spends his birthday giving back to his community

first_imgColin Kaepernick is sticking to his word when he promised to give back to his community. The former NFL quarterback was spotted in Oakland, California’s “Tent City” this weekend feeding the homeless and supplying them with much needed help on his 32nd birthday.He partnered up with his foundation, Know Your Rights Camp, and provided backpacks filled with snacks, socks, shampoo, and more. Additionally, he also provided a food truck that fed all consumers on his dime. Kaepernick has been using his name and his foundation to provide for his community since at least 2016 when he was forced out of the NFL due to his National Anthem protest.While he is no longer playing in the NFL, Kaepernick seemed to be in great spirits as he handed out backpacks, food, and posed photos with fans.last_img read more


TSA Finds Loaded Gun in Flight Attendant’s Bag

first_imgAuthorities with the Transportation Security Administration say their security officers found a loaded handgun in a flight attendant’s carry-on bag last week at a Florida airport.According to The Orlando Sentinel, officers arrested 28-year-old Joseph Brozyna on Thursday, charging him with carrying a concealed firearm in a prohibited place.The police reports states that the Frontier Airlines flight attendant was passing through security at Orlando International Airport when TSA agents discovered the .40-caliber pistol.Brozyna acknowledged that the gun was his, and told police that he recently had been on a road trip with the gun in the bag, and forgot to remove it.However, a search revealed that his concealed carry permit was suspended.Frontier Airlines has suspended the flight attendant while it investigates the matter.A statement from the airline reads, “The safety and security of all passengers and crew members are uncompromising priorities at Frontier Airlines and we have a zero tolerance policy for any violation of law or security protocols.”last_img read more


Woman raises kitten that turns out to be wild puma

first_imgA small “kitten” named Tito has stolen a lot of hearts but has a big secret, Inside Edition reports.The secret is that Tito is a wild puma.When Florencia Lobo and her brother discovered two babies abandoned near Santa Rosa de Leales, Argentina, they assumed they were two little kittens who had lost their mother.“We thought that it was an abandoned cat who had given birth,” Lobo told Reuters.The pair took the animals home, but only Tito survived.Two months later, Lobo took Tito to the vet for a check-up and was told he is not a kitten but a puma jaguarundi, which is a type of wild cat.Lobo has since brought Tito to a wildlife preserve where he can be cared for by experts and possibly released back into the wild.Lobo says she will never forget her time with Tito.last_img read more


Gator shows up to Fort Myers home for Thanksgiving

first_imgA nearly nine-foot-long alligator showed up to a Fort Myers family’s Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday.“He was hissing and swinging his tail around,” homeowner Chhaa Behary told CBS Miami.” And I looked through the window, and sure enough, there’s a gigantic alligator, and his tail was just smacking my door.”“I’m like, why my house? Do you smell turkey?” she added.Beharry’s fiancé called the Florida Fish And Wildlife, who sent trappers which showed up in minutes to remove the gator.However, trapping the reptile was not an easy task.It reportedly took FFW professionals longer than usual to remove the extra attendee.No other information is available at this time.last_img read more


Vocano Off New Zealand Suddenly Erupts Killing Tourists

first_imgAt least five people are dead and several injured and missing after the volcano blew its top.A tour group from a cruise ship was on White Island earlier today when the blast occurred, sending a massive cloud of ash and steam into the air.It’s the first time the volcano, about 30 miles off the northeast New Zealand coast, has erupted since 2001. New Zealand’s “angriest volcano” suddenly erupted with tourists nearby earlier today.The surprise eruption occurred just after 2 p.m. on White Island and spewed ash 12,000 feet into the air.last_img read more


Second Half Trips Up Men’s Basketball vs. Illinois State

first_img Live Stats 1350 ESPN Des Moines The Valley On ESPN3 Listen Live Watch Live at Indiana State 2/11/2017 – 1 p.m. Box Score (PDF) Box Score (HTML) Next Game: Full Schedule Roster Preview Photo Gallery DES MOINES, Iowa – Illinois State used a strong second-half performance to pull away from the Drake University men’s basketball team in an 82-53 win for the Redbirds Tuesday, Feb. 7, evening at the Knapp Center.Illinois State (20-5, 12-1 MVC), which sits atop the Missouri Valley Conference standings and is sixth in the nation in field goal percentage defense, held Drake (7-18, 5-8 MVC) to 18.2 percent shooting in the second half with just six field goals to earn the road victory.”We got the ball where we wanted to and were able to kick it out for perimeter shots,” said Drake head coach Jeff Rutter. “They’ve got length to contest it and the shots just didn’t drop. After a while it takes a toll on your defense. Credit to them, they put the ball in the hole and played with great aggressiveness.”The Bulldogs were led by 12 points, all in the first half, from Billy Wampler (Eau Claire, Wis.) with a pair of three-pointers. De’Antae McMurray (Alton, Ill.) added nine points and four assists in the loss. Paris Lee led Illinois State with a career-high 26 points on 11-of-18 shooting with four three-pointers while Keyshawn Evans added 16 points. As a team, Illinois State shot 57.6 percent for the game and a staggering 69.2 percent in the second half.”We played well in first half and then hit a cold stretch while they hit a hot stretch. Game, set, match. Simple as that,” Rutter said. Drake built up a 6-point, 29-23, first-half lead on back-to-back three-pointers from McMurray and Ore Arogundade (Chicago, Ill.) and maintained that lead with three minutes remaining in the period. However, ISU closed the half on a 9-0 run to take a 37-34 lead into halftime.Illinois State’s defense clamped down in the second half as the Redbirds and their press held Drake scoreless for a three-minute span to go on an 8-0 run to take a 55-43 lead with 11 minutes left in the game.”The second half they had really suffocating defense,” Wampler said. “They’re long and athletic and are one of the best defenses in the nation for a reason.”The Bulldogs’ shooters continued to miss the mark against Illinois State’s length and later were held scoreless for 6:14 as the Redbirds went on a 20-0 run to open up the margin and a take a 30-point lead with two minutes remaining in the game to earn just the third road win by a Valley team in the Knapp Center this season.The Bulldogs travel to Terre Haute, Ind., next to face Indiana State Feb. 11 at 1 p.m. The game will broadcast live on The Valley on ESPN3 and can be heard on 1350 ESPN Des Moines.Print Friendly Version Story Linkslast_img read more


Viruses From Distant Lands Fall from the Sky

first_imgEvery day, billions of viruses are carried by high winds from continent to continent.There’s no escape. Our planet is swarming with viruses. UBC Science describes new measurements from mountaintops in Spain, saying, “An astonishing number of viruses are circulating around the Earth’s atmosphere – and falling from it – according to new research from scientists in Canada, Spain and the U.S.” The number of viruses they found is 9 to 461 times as high as for bacteria carried aloft.“Every day, more than 800 million viruses are deposited per square metre above the planetary boundary layer—that’s 25 viruses for each person in Canada,” said University of British Columbia virologist Curtis Suttle, one of the senior authors of a paper in the International Society for Microbial Ecology Journal that outlines the findings.The viruses are swept up by sea spray and by winds over the land. Carried upward above the clouds, they can be transported across continents before rains and Sahara dust intrusions deposit them back onto the land. This helps explain why genetically identical viruses have been found in different environments around the globe.Evolution News reported that tens of thousands of bacteria live in dust grains carried by clouds. The article asked whether the global transport of biological systems might be necessary for a  planet’s habitability. Another article on Evolution News considered the rich biological communities that live in soil biocrusts. These ecosystems could possibly neutralize some of the static electricity that plagues the planet Mars, the moon, and Saturn’s large moon Titan.For all we know, the dust carrying genetic information around the earth could be for our good. Nature reported that “Dirt yields potent antibiotics.” Some microbes found in soil produce antibiotics able to conquer some of today’s most feared antibiotic-resistant bacteria:One gram of soil contains at least 1,000 bacterial species. To explore the medical potential of that diversity, Sean Brady at the Rockefeller University in New York City and his colleagues analysed roughly 2,000 soil samples collected across the United States. The researchers extracted DNA from the samples and screened it for genetic sequences involved in the production of antibiotics by various bacteria.The search turned up a new family of antibiotics that the team named ‘malacidins’. The compounds kill many formidable pathogens, including a microbe resistant to vancomycin, which is considered to be the antibiotic of last resort. When applied to the skin of rats, the new antibiotics sterilized wounds infected with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), a bacterium that can ravage large expanses of tissue.There could be acres of diamonds all around us, microbes with cures for disease, inoculating us against the worst infections if we only knew all that these tiny travelers on dust particles are there for.Microbes and viruses live everywhere, from the ocean floor to the high atmosphere. These invisible realities may do far more for the earth than we realize: they may contribute to its habitability. The ubiquity of organisms also indicates that the earth is the Information Planet. Even the clouds “are perfused with huge amounts of complex specified information: the genetic codes of tens of thousands of organisms.”(Visited 309 times, 1 visits today)FacebookTwitterPinterestSave分享0last_img read more