Twitter Google+ By Jon Zimney – September 16, 2020 1 521 IndianaLocalNews Facebook Pinterest Police: Goshen man arrested after beating wife, firing gun at man WhatsApp WhatsApp Previous articleTeenage girl pulled from Lake Michigan at Weko Beach has diedNext articleUniversity Park Mall to be closed on Thanksgiving Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Twitter Google+ Pinterest (“Police car lights” by Scott Davidson, Attribution 2.0 Generic) A Goshen man has been arrested after police say he beat his wife and fired a gun at another man.Officers were called late Tuesday afternoon, Sep. 15, to the 500 block of Dewey Avenue, after receiving a 911 call from somebody asking for police.Officers arrived to find three people roughed up from a fight.Jose Francisco Medina, 42, was arrested and taken to the Elkhart County Jail.The victims were treated for moderate bodily injury including contusions, lacerations and bruising. Facebook
Facebook Warsaw man arrested for child pornography possession Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Twitter Previous articleClick It or Ticket campaign kicks off in St. Joseph CountyNext articleRecord-setting warm temperatures expected this weekend in Indiana Jon ZimneyJon Zimney is the News and Programming Director for News/Talk 95.3 Michiana’s News Channel and host of the Fries With That podcast. Follow him on Twitter @jzimney. Pinterest (“Cuffs4” by banspy, Attribution 2.0 Generic) A Warsaw man suspected of possessing child pornography is in jail.Detectives with the Indiana State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested 43-year-old George Vincent Glaser on four such counts.This, after police received a tip from the Center for Missing and Exploited Children, which led to a search warrant served at a home in the 3200 block of East Old Colony Road in Warsaw.The Indiana State Police issued the following release regarding the arrest:Kosciusko County- On November 5, 2020, detectives with the Indiana State Police Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested a Kosciusko County man on alleged charges of possession of child pornography.The Indiana State Police ICACTF received a Cyber Tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. The tip ultimately led to a search warrant being served on a residence in the 3200 block of East Old Colony Road, Warsaw, IN by the Indiana State Police with assistance from the Warsaw Police Department.As a result of the investigation, George Vincent Glaser, 43, was arrested and transported to the Kosciusko County Jail on the following preliminary charges:Charges:Four Counts: Possession of Child Pornography, Level 6 FelonyAnyone having any information related to cyber-crimes against children are encouraged to contact their local law enforcement agency or visit the NCMEC website at http://www.missingkids.com/cybertipline.The Indiana ICACTF was assisted by the Warsaw Police Department and Kosciusko County Prosecutor’s office. By Jon Zimney – November 6, 2020 1 352 IndianaLocalNews WhatsApp Google+ WhatsApp
Trevor’s background is in law enforcement, in which he spent 40 years across local policing and national agencies. He began his career in the Kent County Constabulary before moving on to the National Crime Squad, Serious Organised Crime Agency, and National Crime Agency, spending the majority of his time in specialist investigation and intelligence roles. Trevor is also Chair of UK Anti-Doping, a Trustee of Canterbury Oast Trust, a charity providing residential and other services to adults with learning difficulties, where he also chairs the Care committee and a trustee of Stop the Trafik, a charity working to prevent human trafficking. Since concluding his law enforcement career, during which time he was Director General of both the National Crime Squad and the Serious Organised Crime Agency, Trevor has focused on regulatory roles and risk management. Trevor brings significant experience of running large complex organisations, dealing with international serious and organised crime, and investigation and intelligence practices, including those around anti-money laundering.This appointment has been made in accordance with the Cabinet Office’s Governance Code on Public Appointments. The appointments process is regulated by the Commissioner for Public Appointments. Under the Code, any significant political activity undertaken by an appointee in the last five years must be declared. This is defined as including holding office, public speaking, making a recordable donation, or candidature for election. Trevor has declared no such activity.
After bringing their Grateful jams throughout the country, Dead & Company will fill out the remainder of their summer tour with a few performances along the West Coast. Starting this Friday, July 22nd, the Grateful Dead permutation will perform in Portland, OR before heading to The Gorge Amphitheatre on Saturday, followed by a series of dates throughout the state of California.For those who can’t make it out to the performances, the band has you covered with official live stream webcasts. Four of the six upcoming shows will be live streamed, including this Friday and Saturday, as well as the tour closing run at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Wheatland, CA on July 29th and Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, CA on July 30th. All packages and information is available from nugs.tv.Considering just how fun the band’s tour has been thusfar, we can’t wait to catch these shows!
Show Closed This production ended its run on March 29, 2015 Alan Cumming stopped by Late Night to chat with Seth Meyers about everything from Cabaret and The Good Wife to having swastikas temporarily tattooed on his ass. Of course, the tattoo is part of a crucial reveal in the revival led by the Tony winner and Michelle Williams, but it has raised some questions in his personal life. “Sometimes,” he explains in the video below, “people would see it—my bum—in situations, and I would forget that I had a swastika on.” What situations, you wonder? “So I’d be having sex with people…” Forget we asked, Cumming. Of course, there are PG encounters as well, such as getting shots from his doctor, which caused some swelling in the derriere. That, plus the stairs leading to his dressing room, led to what the star refers to as his “Beyonce bum.” Check it out in person at Studio 54! View Comments Cabaret Star Files Alan Cumming Related Shows
Ragnar Trail Richmond: April 26-27, 2019 7:16 – 7:50 AM: SPRINT through the house making coffee,Eggos, showering, waking up the kid and LEAP into the car. (Every other day Ido the same routine only while doing High Knees.) The Ragnar Relay Series started 16 years ago as the Ragnar Wasatch Back in Utah. Today, there are more than 40 road and trail relay races in the series across the U.S. and internationally. Yes, about 7 years ago I started running for my health (and let’s face it- probably my mid-life crisis- since I was almost 40!) I have done a bunch of 5ks, several mud and adventure races, and then 2 years ago I did the Virginia 10 miler. Great question! Here’s my daily training schedule: I try to do some kind of workout every day and been making it a point to make those workouts runs as much as possible. Also, a friend recently taught me how to body roll in case I trip and fall head first. I can be clumsy on non-level terrain so that’s an important skill to me. Let’s see if it works ha! Also, VEGETABLES. 9:11 – 11:30 AM: Stop checking email to answer a multitude of questions from my office mate about the internet, grammar, journalism, squirrels, dietary supplements, basic arithmetic, and more. All while doing High Knees double-time. How are you preparing for the race? Ellen Kanzinger, Travel Editor How are you preparing for the race? Craig Snodgrass, WebDirector 3:40 PM: Return to Earth in a complete flop sweat. Vomit. Have you competed in other races? 6:40 AM: Hit Snooze Button We’re now a month out from the race weekend and training is really kicking into gear. Each member of our team is preparing to run three trail loops for a total of 16 miles over the course of 36 hours. In between loops, runners will rest and hang out with friends at the centralized base camp before gearing up for another round. Quick thank you to Jordan, Alec, and Cailyn, friends of BRO, for rounding out our team and, truthfully, picking up our slack on the course. Check back in a few months to see how the BRO team fared out on the trail. How are you preparing for the race? We caught up with all the members of the team to see howthey are preparing for the big weekend. 9:10 AM: Check email. Have you competed in other races? 5:15 – 6:00 PM: Commute home. Maximize this time by doingseated cherry pickers and glute-flexes. 9:30 PM: Fairly certain I’ve done permanent damage tomyself I wash down 6 ibuprofen and an enthusiast glug of Manischewitz. 11:31 AM: Realize I’m dangerously close to missing myprotein intake goal. Eat 18 Tabasco Slim Jims. 10:15 PM: Rest Melissa Gessler,Business Manager Have you competed in other races? How are you preparing for the race? 6:02 – 8 PM: Time to carb-load AND re-hydrate! Consume 8pints of Guinness Stout while doing leg lifts and playing Minecraft with thekid. Have you competed in other races? Hannah Cooper, Account Executive 1:34 PM: The trance reaches its peak. I meet my spiritguide. It’s former NBA super star Dennis Rodman. Things get weird. We do morehigh knees. 9 AM: Arrive at work. POWER-SKIP all the way to my office. 7:15 AM: Wake up in a panic realizing we’re going to belate for school. Adrenaline spike causes heart rate to hit 110% in a matter ofseconds. Yes. The Blue Ridge Burn several times. 6:50 AM: Turn off alarm, look at Instagram until I driftback to sleep thinking about how I should get up and do some High Knees. 7:51 – 8:55 AM: BREATH OUT. One long steady outwardbreath for 50 minutes during commute. 10 PM: High Knees 6:30 AM: Hit Snooze Button Hahaha. I ran one 5k my freshman year of college and almost threw up as I crossed the finish line. I have not run a race since then. Sleeping late and drinking whiskey- but seriously- I have been running weekly and then recently started going to a sadistic torture professional- otherwise known as a personal trainer. She’s great- I come away weekly remembering all the muscles I forgot I had for the last 20 years and with bruises and stories to entertain the whole office. I am doing the Charlottesville 10 Miler a month before the race, but then I am getting married and going on my honeymoon, so I am a little nervous, to be honest. When I get back, I plan on doing two a days with a long run the day after to be ready to do 15 miles in 36 hours. How are you preparing for the race? 11:42 AM: Sit down and hold on to my office chair withwhite knuckles because the trans-fat induced psychedelic journey is about tocommence. 8:30 PM: Find the most questionable “cross-fit”trainer on YouTube and proceed to go through their routine with MAXIMUM FORCE. Have you competed in other races? It was in the middle of one of our monthly BRO meetings when we started discussing our February trail race issue. Seeing as how we are an outdoor magazine, someone brought up the idea that it might be fun if a group from the office got together to run the Ragnar Relay in Richmond, Va. Shannon McGowan, DigitalContent Editor 3:41 – 5:15 PM: Listen to office mate tell me every.single. thing. she did the past weekend. I have run 3 half marathons, two 10 milers (three by the time we do the Ragnar) and lots of short races. They only trail race I have done is the Blue Ridge Burn which is only a 5K, but I do run on the trails around Charlottesville. I am trying to run a couple times a week mixed with some core workouts. I’ve also been doing a lot of ankle strengthening exercises because I have sprained my ankles playing soccer too many times to count and they’ve never fully healed. Yes! I distinctly remember my first XC race in middle school and thinking to myself, “This is the worst thing I have ever done. I will NEVER EVER EVER do this again.” I saw my then crush’s mom cheering me on and thought “PAM PLEASE LOOK AWAY. DON’T LOOK AT THE SHAME OF YOUR FUTURE DAUGHTER IN LAW.” I don’t know why I kept running after that, but it’s been over 9 years since my first race, and I’ve raced more 5ks than I can count! Never anything longer than a 5k though… Sooooo this should be interesting. I’ve never raced on a trail, but I’m excited too because I love trail running! I feel like a deer galloping through the forest in slow motion… I’m hoping running in slow motion doesn’t hurt my time.
“Just because we can’t come to the building, the church doesn’t stop being the church. That’s the important part for us, mainly to let people know that God is not taking a nap or vacation but God is still in control even when it seems sometimes the world is spinning out of control,” Reverend Joyce Allen said. At Ogden Hill United Methodist Church, the pastor says her parish has a favorite song: the church is not a building, the church is not a steeple; the church is not a resting place, the church is the people. The people of the church have formed into different groups, one to call the elderly and other members affected by the coronavirus, and one to receive the calls. Pastor Joyce Allen said this was to make sure no one feels alone during these difficult times. She said most of the people they call are extremely happy to have someone checking up on them, and that they have made it a habit to call them everyday. In addition to the calls checking up on their members, there is also a group known as runners who purchase supplies such as hand sanitizer and toilet paper to bring to members, an effort the pastor said she was particularly proud of. HILLCREST (WBNG) — As many stories as you may have heard about the horrible things happening because of the coronavirus, there are also some good ones too. The pastor asked 12 News to pass on that even if you’re not a member of the church, or any religion at all, feel free to call 607-723-2637 and someone will be there to talk to you or deliver supplies.
– Advertisement – Maricopa County attorney Thomas Liddy argued against sealing it, saying that the public “has a right to know how flimsy Plaintiffs’ evidence actually is.” The judge agreed. The “evidence” will be public, with proper redactions. But, boy, did Team Trump get blasted by Liddy. He said it was “not a standard, run-of-the-mill election law challenge” and that the Republicans were attempting to hide “significantly more than what is protected by statute with no legal or factual basis.”“This case goes to the heart of election integrity, and alleges widespread, systemic failure by the Maricopa County Defendants, their employees, and their processes,” Liddy wrote. “And it is not just that they alleged these baseless claims, it is the manner in which they alleged it so widely spread and volitionally to the press, on the internet and on Plaintiffs’ fundraising letters. Because of that, it is not in the interest of justice to do this in secret.” He was not happy.- Advertisement – He also noted that Langhofer intended to include Election Day voting center footage and reminded everyone that it is not legal to take pictures or video not just inside a polling place, but within 75 feet of one when voting is taking place. It’s a Class 2 misdemeanor. He argued that Team Trump in taking this footage had already invaded the privacy of voters as well as violating their “right to vote in secret,” with the intent to “use the fruit of that potentially illegal activity to advance a civil case.” No word yet on whether he intends to bring charges against the operatives who filmed voting. He needs to.He wasn’t done yet. “Plaintiffs chose to bring this lawsuit, calling into question the integrity of the electoral process,” Liddy said. “The public deserves to see all the evidence so that it can have confidence in this election.” The judge agreed. All information that needs to be redacted will be redacted. The evidence will not be sealed and Arizona voters will be able to see exactly how Team Trump is trying to take their votes away.
Share Istria is the most important destination campaign in Istria The new edition brings new influencers to the destination, 16 of them to be precise, who will get to know the Istrian peninsula through numerous and exciting experiences. The campaign was launched with the aim of promoting Istria worldwide through the most sought-after tourism ambassadors of today. In that period, Istria will be in focus on the radar of the world’s most important media, the most famous influencers, and important news on numerous digital channels. The realization of the project itself, ie when influencers come to Istria, figuratively speaking, is the easiest part of the job, although no segment in this project is simple, easy or predictable. Almost half of the team of the Istrian Tourist Board has been involved in creating the entire program for five months, and the most important process in this project is definitely the “headhunting” of the best influencers targeted for Istria as well as control and interpretation of the final story. In less than 50 days, 26 influencers produced a reach of 389 million people during the campaign with an interaction of nearly 4 million people. The number of weeks has been reduced this year, and the reason for that is because it is difficult to continuously follow a group of different people with different interests from morning to evening. For this reason, as they point out from the Tourist Board of Istria, the ‘recruited’ are stronger players who have more than a million followers, and this year’s 16 influencers have a total of 29 million friends. Last year’s results clearly and measurably show that the Share Istria project is rightly the most important destination campaign in Istria. The main partners of this year’s edition are Turkish Airlines and Porsche Istra, and in addition to them, more than 200 different entities are engaged (hotel houses, small family hotels, travel, tourist and DMC agencies, caterers, winemakers, olive growers, truffle growers, prosciutto makers, etc.). then museums and cultural institutions, etc.) and each of them has its share in this important campaign of Istria. After four extremely successful editions of the destination marketing campaign Share Istria, the Tourist Board has launched the fifth jubilee edition of the project, which will last until June 15.
The NBA will suspend play starting on Thursday after a Utah Jazz player preliminarily tested positive for the new coronavirus, the league said Wednesday.The test result was reported shortly before Utah’s game against the Thunder in Oklahoma City was to begin, and that game was abruptly postponed.The league said the affected player was not at the arena. The decision was made after the confusing scenes in Oklahoma City, where Jazz and Thunder players took the court to warm up, but shortly before the scheduled tip-off were sent to their locker rooms before police began to clear the Chesapeake Energy Arena.The NBA did not name the player who had tested positive, but several US media outlets reported it was French defensive standout Rudy Gobert, who was listed first as questionable for the game and then as out with illness.Teammate Emmanuel Mudiay was also listed as suffering from an undisclosed illness on the team’s injury report.Six NBA games were scheduled for Wednesday and four were underway when the game in Oklahoma City was called off.”It’s unprecedented,” Detroit coach Dwayne Casey — whose Pistons fell to the 76ers in Philadelphia — said of the decision to suspend the season. “I think it’s the prudent thing to do.”Topics : “The NBA is suspending game play following the conclusion of tonight’s schedule of games until further notice,” the league said. “The NBA will use this hiatus to determine next steps for moving forward in regard to the coronavirus pandemic.”Team owners had been discussing Wednesday how best the league should respond to the coronavirus outbreak.The Golden State Warriors confirmed they would host the Brooklyn Nets on Thursday in San Francisco behind closed doors after San Francisco city officials announced a two-week ban on all gatherings of more than 1,000 people.NBA owners on Wednesday were discussing whether to delay the season or instead play in closed arenas league-wide.