A (Yakima) woman is under arrest after police say she assaulted Fred Meyer store workers while trying to steal thousands of dollars worth of merchandise. Police got the call just after midnight Monday morning of a strong-arm robbery at the Fred Meyer on 40th Avenue.Store staff say a woman had assaulted a Loss Prevention Officer as she attempted to flee the store with what she’d stolen. Police found a woman matching the description walking down the road nearby and arrested 26-year-old Asia R Gilyard.Workers at Fred Meyer say Gilyard had spent five hours in the store collecting a large amount of items, while Loss Prevention Officers (LPOs) watched her through surveillance cameras. The LPOs told police Gilyard then went into the bathroom with the merchandise and they could hear a large amount of flushing, and they believe she had flushed the tags of the items she intended to steal.- Sponsor – When Gilyard went to leave through a side door workers confronted her and that’s when police say there was a struggle over a duffel bag that ended with Gilyard slapping one of the LPOs. Workers say the total loss of the items involved in the attempted theft were approximately $2,000. Police say Gilyard told them she has an “adrenaline thing” and that she likes to act like she is stealing so people chase her… KIMA News Stay UpdatedGet critical information for loss prevention professionals, security and retail management delivered right to your inbox. Sign up now
8 Best WordPress Hosting Solutions on the Market abraham hyatt Related Posts OSCON, O’Reilly’s annual convention devoted to everything open source, kicked off in Portland, Oregon this morning. The day will finish with OSCON Ignite. Ignite is the event series, born and bred by geeks, where speakers are limited to five minutes and 20, auto-advancing slides. Tonight’s session tites include The Bad Touch, Barehanded Music Making and The Diabolical Developer. Full lists of sessions is below along with the video stream.The Bad Touch(1) – Damian ConwayCryptic Crosswords – Dan BentleyBarehanded Music Making – Piers CawleyDealing with DevOps Antipatterns – Aaron BlewThe Diabolical Developer – Martijn VerburgOh, The Methods You’ll Compose – Tim BerglundBasic UNIX must-know tools for the server-side Web programmer – Elle SuzukiGames and Puzzles and Ignite – Justin MartensteinPhoto by Khosrow on flickr A Web Developer’s New Best Friend is the AI Wai… Why Tech Companies Need Simpler Terms of Servic… Top Reasons to Go With Managed WordPress Hosting Tags:#conferences#web
Man of the moment Virender Sehwag feels that opportunity to score a double hundred in an ODI comes once in a lifetime and he is happy to have broken his role model Sachin Tendulkar’s record.”I am happy to have broken my role model Sachin Tendulkar’s record. It won’t be easy for people to score double hundreds. Over the last so many years only two have done it. This opportunity will come only once in a lifetime and I am happy I have taken it,” Sehwag told the mediapersons at the post-match pres conference.Sehwag, dedicated his epic 219 in the memory of his late father.”I am very happy and I dedicate this knock to my father who is no longer with us,” he said.The ‘Nawab of Najafgarh’ as he is fondly called informed that he has received around 800 congratulatory text messages but is yet to go through them.”I have received 700 to 800 messages and have talked with my mother, who is also very happy. Selection committee chairman Srikkanthji also called and congratulated me,” said Sehwag, who broke his idol Tendulkar’s record score of 200 not out against South Africa in Gwalior, early last year.”It is one of my very best innings. Unlike in Test cricket when one can bat longer, in One-dayers you have to keep an eye on the run-rate. The wicket was very good for batting but the bowlers are also trying to get you out. It was not easy to score 200,” he said.Sehwag was of the opinion that the 200 hasn’t come too late in his career.advertisement”I think it has come at the right time. One becomes more mature as a player when he is in his 30s. When you have played for 10 years in international cricket, you can achieve whatever you want,” he said.He also thanked former BCCI president Ranbir Singh Mahendra for having encouraged him to stay at the wicket for more time than what he did at Vishakapatnam in the second game.”Ranbir Singh Mahendra called up and told me that I should not get out like I had done in Vizag. He said, I was not even there when the spinners came on to bowl. I told him I would try and make a big one the next time. Today I kept talking to myself, that I should stay on the wicket and ended up with 219,” he said.Sehwag said right through his innings he was fit and never felt the need for a runner, a practice that has been banned by the cricket authorities.Sehwag also revealed that he took the decision to bat first if he won the toss only five minutes before the ritual.”We had decided to field first but we were told by players who had played in the Challenger Series on this ground as the wicket had deteriorated in the second innings. That’s why, I changed my mind,” he said.He said he and opening partner Gautam Gambhir had wanted to spend some time in the middle and then open out but the wicket was so good that they decided to play till at least 30 to 35 overs.”We said to one another that if we can play together for 15 to 20 overs we could put up a good stand and give the middle-order the chance to build on it. But the wicket was so good, we decided we can bat till the 30-35 overs. I am sorry Gautam was run out. I was very upset,” he said.Sehwag and Gambhir put on 176 runs in 22.5 overs before the latter was run out for 67.He also praised the bowling of debutant leggie Rahul Sharma and predicted a bright future for him.”He bowled very well. I was very impressed with his bowling. It was his debut. He has a very good future,” he said.Asked whether the great innings he played on Thursday would do him a world of good on the Australian tour, Sehwag said it was a different proposition.”I don’t know what I would do there. It’s totally different. We have done well there on the last two tours. We will try and do well this time too,” he remarked.
“This one was a lot better,” Ball said. “I actually like this one. Just keep building on it.”Ball and Magic Johnson are the only Lakers with multiple triple-doubles in their rookie seasons. Johnson had seven, and his new point guard has two in his first 17 games.“You should always play better in front of your fans, so I’m just trying to put on a good show for them and win at the same time,” Ball said.Ball had another big game at another turbulent moment in his family life. With his father beefing with Donald Trumpover the president’s role in resolving brother LiAngelo’s legal issues during a UCLA basketball trip to China, Lonzo Ball put together an outstanding floor game to boost the Lakers to just their second win in seven games.“Never with a young man like this, his age, have I seen it,” Lakers coach Luke Walton said of the circus surrounding Ball’s every move.ADVERTISEMENT He broke through the distractions with another beautiful game against Denver.Ball had his second career triple-double and Julius Randle scored 24 points in the Lakers’ 127-109 victory over the short-handed Nuggets on Sunday night.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSBoxers Pacquiao, Petecio torchbearers for SEA Games openingWith 11 points, a career-high 16 rebounds and 11 assists, Ball reached the milestone at 20 years and 23 days — the exact age at which LeBron James became the youngest player to record his second triple-double in 2005.Ball became the youngest player in NBA history with a first triple-double eight days earlier in a loss at Milwaukee. Malditas save PH from shutout “I mean, he got a haircut and fielded three questions on game day about his haircut. One, it’s impressive how he is able to maintain and handle it, and two, I think it’s a little bit nuts. But that’s the way it’s going to be.”Brook Lopez scored 21 points and Jordan Clarkson added 18 for the Lakers, who surged to a 24-point lead in the first half and won easily.Denver coach Mike Malone and top scorer Nikola Jokic were ejected in the second quarter after Malone stepped onto the court during play to argue a no-call on a play by Jokic around the basket. Malone furiously confronted referee Rodney Mott, who swiftly ejected the coach and his best player when Jokic joined in the argument.“I’ll be honest, I deserved to get tossed, but Nikola Jokic did nothing to warrant an ejection,” Malone said. “That’s something that we’ll try to look into if we can.”TIP-INSNuggets: Jamal Murray got a technical foul for gesturing at Mott after a no-call shortly after the two ejections. … Two nights after Denver scored 146 points in a win over New Orleans, the Nuggets mustered just 48 points in the first half while committing 13 turnovers.Lakers: The 6-foot-6 Ball’s 16 rebounds are the most in the NBA by a rookie this season. … Los Angeles had a season-high 36 assists. … Randle scored 17 points before halftime. … Josh Hart and Ivica Zubac were recalled from the South Bay Lakers before the game. Hart scored three points, and Zubac played two minutes.TOSSEDMalone was infuriated when Mott didn’t call a foul on the Lakers for contact while Jokic battled underneath the basket. When the teams headed upcourt, Malone took two steps onto the hardwood and blocked Mott’s path.Jokic had barely joined the argument when Mott tossed him as well, prompting a profane response. Malone’s assistants had to calm him down. 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I left my teammates alone there.”JULIUS EARNINGRandle went 11 of 18 from the field and added seven points and five assists in a stellar game off the bench. Walton would love to see a similar effort from Randle every night.“I’m trying to figure that out,” Walton said. “Because when he plays like he did tonight, he’s as good as anyone in this league.”HURTINGDenver forward Paul Millsap left with a sprained left wrist in the second quarter of a miserable night for the Nuggets, who lost for just the second time in six games. Millsap had X-rays, but Malone didn’t yet know the results.UP NEXTNuggets: At Sacramento Kings on Monday night.Lakers: Host the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday night. Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball, center, grabs a rebound against Denver Nuggets forwards Trey Lyles, left, and Juancho Hernangomez of Spain, during the second half of an NBA basketball game Sunday, Nov. 19, 2017, in Los Angeles. The Lakers won 127-109. (AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu)LOS ANGELES — Lonzo Ball’s haircuts are headline news around LA and the NBA. His father already draws more attention than most politicians, and LaVar Ball is even currently engaged in a public argument with the president.Through all of this extraordinary attention on a 20-year-old point guard and his family, Lonzo has managed to remain focused on his rookie season with the Los Angeles Lakers.ADVERTISEMENT Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. View comments
About the authorCarlos VolcanoShare the loveHave your say Real Madrid boss Zidane: Being top means nothingby Carlos Volcanoa month agoSend to a friendShare the loveReal Madrid are top of the table after a 2-0 win over Osasuna.But Zinedine Zidane isn’t getting carried away.”We’re leaders but it means nothing,” Real coach Zidane told the press.”What matters is that we keep going on this track. We have to believe in what we do.”We’ll have complicated times.”Zidane was asked if he was brave to rotate his starting XI, but his response was rather dismissive as he backed his squad.”No,” Zidane said abruptly, “I’m going to count on my 25 [players].”Brave about what? I’m going to count on everyone.”
Calling it one of the saddest days of his career, reigning Olympic men’s tennis gold medalist Rafael Nadal announced in a statement that he has pulled himself from the London Games because of an unspecified injury.“I am not in condition to compete in the London Olympics and therefore will not travel as planned with the Spanish delegation to take part in the Games,” said Nadal, the third-ranked player in the world.“(This) is one of the saddest days of my career as one of my biggest ambitions, that of being Spain’s flag bearer in the opening ceremony of the Games in London, cannot be,” Nadal said. “You can imagine how difficult it was to take this decision.”Nadal did not mention any specific injury, but he has been battling knee pain off and on throughout his illustrious career. In fact, he canceled a charity match in Madrid on July 4 because of tendon problems in his left knee.He did not use knee troubles as an excuse in his last performance, but he seemed hampered. Nadal has not played since losing in the second round of Wimbledon to then 100th-ranked Lukas Rosol, one of the most surprising results in the tournament’s long history.Treatment and rehabilitation apparently have not wrought Nadal the results he needed to defend his title in London.“I have to think about my companions, I can’t be selfish and I have to think of what’s best for Spanish sport, especially tennis and Spanish players, and give fellow sportsmen with better preparation the chance to compete,” he said. “I tried to hurry my preparations and training to the very last minute, but it was not to be.”Nadal, who won the singles tournament at the 2008 Beijing Olympics, was set to be the flag bearer for Spain during the opening ceremony, an honor he coveted.
After winning a share of its first Big Ten championship in program history, the No. 17 Ohio State women’s soccer team (14-4-1, 8-2-0) is now looking forward to making the most of the subsequent NCAA tournament bid that came with the conference title. The Buckeyes earned the No. 3 seed in their region and will host the first two rounds of the tournament at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU will face St. Francis (Pa.) (15-4-2) on Friday, and the winner of the match will advance to face the winner of Dayton and Virginia Tech on Sunday. “We’re excited to host St. Francis and we’re excited to be home, playing in the NCAAs,” said OSU coach Lori Walker. “I really think that the team has recovered well from the excitement of winning a Big Ten championship.” Senior midfielder Courtney Jenkins said her team’s historic accomplishment hasn’t set in yet, but that St. Francis is the only game on the Buckeyes’ minds. “We came up a little short last year and that was our main goal this year and it’s just kind of hard to believe that we actually did it,” Jenkins said. “We play St. Francis on Friday and that’s the only game we’re looking at right now. So we’re going to get a win there and just prepare after that.” The Buckeyes earned their share of the Big Ten title when they beat Michigan State last week in a 1-0 decision. The win avenges a loss to the Spartans last season in a game that would have given OSU a share of the Big Ten crown, which went to Penn State. Forward Paige Maxwell said this year’s championship brought closure to last year’s heartbreak. “We got so close, and not everyone gets a chance to do it again exactly the same way we did last year,” Maxwell said. “It’s kind of nice to brag about it.” The Buckeyes followed last year’s disappointing end to the regular season with a disappointing end to the postseason when they dropped their first-round match to Oregon State, 3-1. Maxwell said this season’s opponent, along with the Buckeyes’ preparation, should help avoid another upset. “Just focus on St. Francis right now. Take it a game at a time. We know a few things about St. Francis, so I say it’s a comfortable job for us,” Maxwell said. “Last year with Oregon State, we didn’t know anything about them. I’d say this year it’s just one game at a time.” On-the-field success translated into postseason honors for the Buckeyes, who were awarded three of the four individual Big Ten honors this season as Maxwell was named the Offensive Player of the Year, senior defender Cassie Dickerson was named Defensive Player of the Year, and Walker was named Coach of the Year. Both Maxwell and Dickerson were named first team All-Big Ten, as was sophomore midfielder Tiffany Cameron. Other Buckeyes recognized for their play this season include midfielder Danica Wu and goalie Rachel Middleman, who were named to the Big Ten’s All-Freshman team, and senior defender Lauren Beachy, who was named as OSU’s Sportsmanship Award Honoree. OSU enters the postseason on an impressive defensive streak, having only given up multiple goals in a game once in Big Ten play. The Buckeyes made a late season switch in goal, replacing Middleman with junior Katie Baumgardner, who was named this week’s Big Ten Defensive Player of the Week. “She’s come up huge,” Jenkins said. “She’s a junior for us, so her leadership back there and just her vocal presence has been a big help for us.” Although the player in net for the Buckeyes has changed, Walker said her team’s philosophy hasn’t heading into the postseason. “They’re really staying open to coaching, which this point in the season can sometimes be difficult,” Walker said. “We’re just going to kind of stay put with what we’ve been doing all year, which is just taking it one game at a time.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, July 19, 2016 – The PDM on Monday rolled out their full candidate slate for South Caicos and Providenciales and they included, business and finance professional, Keno Forbes in South Caicos. “Our people without representation, without access to medical care, without access to a proper pharmacy in South Caicos, they can’t even get Panadol sometimes at the clinic in South Caicos, but yet we brag of progress in this country. Yet we brag about a surplus, but what about the people?”Parrot Cay Director and caretaker of Leeward & Long Bay district, Ezra Taylor. “We’re still experiencing some of the issues that we had, and she campaigned on in 2012, ferral dogs, to illegal dumping, some parts of our constituencies doesn’t have city water, some doesn’t have cable TV, in 2016 that is unheard of. Those are some of the things I will be concentrating on along with many other issues in the district, for instance crime. The representative hasn’t addressed crime in any public form in the district.”Proponent for improved mental and social health, George Pratt in the Bight. “On election day I’m looking for you guys to the poll in large numbers, if you’re on that voters list, I’m asking every single one of you to get out and vote for me. Your vote for me is your certification that this plan has passed, and ready to go. The work starts on day one to ensure that the people of The Bight gets proper representation.”Businessman and former PDM leader for Cheshire Hall & Richmond, Doug Parnell. “Whether you are in Kew Town, Discovery Bay, Glass Shack, Turtle Cove off of Leeward Highway by Ms. Nita corner, Stemmers Run, Dock Yard, I would like to take this opportunity to bring about the much needed change in your respective areas. Some tangeable and infrastructural upgrades are needed.” And returning are incumbents, Sean Astwood, PDM Deputy Leader for Five Cays; the man who will have to challenge his own sister for the Blue Hills constituency, Goldray Ewing and accountant and business owner, Delroy Williams for ED#10, Wheeland. Related Items: