Cory Gardner discuss Washington gridlock

Cory Gardner discuss Washington gridlock

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Coroner identifies 2 male victims after wrong

Coroner identifies 2 male victims after wrong

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) Two men are dead after a wrong way accident early Tuesday morning at I 465 and 56th Street on the city east side, according to the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department. that two vehicles had collided head on. When officers arrived she says police learned that a silver Nissan with a male driver and male passenger had been driving northbound on a southbound ramp west of I 465 and north of 56th Street, where Shadeland Avenue splits and sidelines the interstate. The northbound Nissan collided head on with a box truck traveling south on the ramp. She says both men in the Nissan were pronounced dead on scene.

The driver of the box truck was not seriously injured but was taken to the hospital as a precaution. Officer Cook says the truck driver is cooperating and said he told them he saw the Nissan and tried to avoid it but couldn She adds he submitted to the blood alcohol test required in any type of fatality accident.

The southbound ramp was closed for three and a half hours while crews cleared the scene. The Lawrence Police Department and Indiana State Police responded to the scene to assist IMPD.

Lawrence Deputy Police Chief Gary Woodruff says the Shadeland Avenue/I 465 interchange is well sign posted and isn known as a problem area for drivers. In order for the driver of the Nissan to have made it to the northwest corner of 56th Street and I 465, the driver may have been traveling on the wrong side of the road for some time.

lot of times once you get on that ramp going the wrong way, it hard to get back off and people don know what to do, said Sergeant John Perrine with Indiana State Police. takes a while for them to realize they going the wrong direction. Perrine said while the details of this accident are still unknown,
Coroner identifies 2 male victims after wrong
there is a specific protocol drivers should follow if they see a wrong way driver or realize they become one.

off on the shoulder, stop your car. We might be able to show up and help you get turned around safely. But if you realize you going the wrong way it doesn mean you should drive to the next exit and exit, it means you should stop immediately, get off the road, turn off your headlights and turn on your flashers, he explained.
Coroner identifies 2 male victims after wrong

Cornering the market

Cornering the market

Hundreds of shoppers sampled olive oils and locally grown fruits while others bought fresh produce, seafood and flowers on a warm Saturday afternoon at the inaugural Gigi Farmers Market at the Americana at Brand.

Tropical island music played as patrons strolled along Caruso Avenue, where more than 30 vendors set up red and white booths in the European styled marketplace, which offered a variety of specialty merchandise and gourmet foods, such as artisan cheeses, pastries, wines, aged vinegars and dried fruits and nuts.

Resident Rosa Perez, her two children and mother in law munched on caramel popcorn as they walked through the market. She bought fruit and tacos from Frida Mexican Cuisine, which was one of several Americana restaurants that served food at the market.

very fun for the family, she said. believe that this was a good idea to bring families together. Andrea Drexelius was handpicked to participate in the market and sell her handmade bags from her company French Basketeer.

She mostly sells her handbags at farmers markets throughout Los Angeles and Orange counties, but she said the Americana was more organized and stylish than any she seen.

feel like I at Disneyland, Drexelius said.

The Parisian styled setting of the Americana market was unlike other markets,
Cornering the market
which are usually held in parking lots, she said.

Jennifer McColm, who helps organizers find vendors for farmers markets in the Los Angeles area, selected the Americana market merchants, which she said had the greenest, highest quality products.

that is here is the best of the best, she said.

Residents Erik Yesayan and his father Edward Yesayan were impressed by the market, which they said was clean and elegant.

brings the community together, Erik Yesayan said.

They also frequent the Montrose Harvest Market, but his father said he preferred the new Americana market.

other one should learn from this one, Edward Yesayan said.

The idea of a farmers market at the Americana became a contentious issue when Developer Rick Caruso initially proposed that it be held every Sunday, when the Montrose Harvest Market on Honolulu Avenue is held.

Organizers of the Montrose Harvest Market argued that the Americana market could take customers away from its vendors, who were already struggling to make a profit due to the economic downturn.
Cornering the market

Cookery school tackling obesity in East Lancashire

Cookery school tackling obesity in East Lancashire

“With obesity rates in children being at an all time high in the north west, one in three in 2017 compared to one in 10 in 1987 some 30 years ago, there has never been a more relevant time to raise the awareness with children about eating healthier.

“These decisions made now can stay with them for life.”

Ms Sumner began the venture last January and less than a year later has found herself fully booked by schools wanting her for courses and after school clubs.

Head teacher Louise Young at Worsthorne Primary school in Burnley where Ms Sumner hosts a regular after school club said: “We heard about Laura on recommendation and we were not disappointed.

“She came to do some clubs as part of our around the world topics,
Cookery school tackling obesity in East Lancashire
where the children made food from the countries they were learning about.

“On the back of that, she now runs an after school club where she works with 30 children at a time who are all learning cookery skills as well as the healthy eating element which backs up so much of what we do in school.

“The feedback from parents has been amazing as well.”

Ms Sumner said: It’s been amazing, I went from having one school for the first couple of months to being fully booked up,
Cookery school tackling obesity in East Lancashire
and it’s all through word of mouth.

convicted in Richmond Hill explosion

convicted in Richmond Hill explosion

Leonard, 48, was convicted in 2015 in South Bend by a jury that found him guilty of 53 criminal counts in connection to the Nov. 10, 2012, explosion. Dion and Jennifer Longworth were killed in the explosion, and nearly 80 homes were damaged or destroyed. In 2017, Leonard was again convicted, this time in Indianapolis for offering to hire a hit man for $15,000 to kill a key witness in the case.He was serving consecutive terms of life without parole for two counts of murder; a 50 year term for seven counts of arson; a 20 year term for 27 other counts of arson;
convicted in Richmond Hill explosion
and a consecutive 20 year term for conspiracy to commit arson, the Department of Correction said in a tweet.Four other people, including Leonard’s half brother, Bob Leonard, were also convicted.He tried to appeal the 2017 case to the Indiana Court of Appeals without success. The Indiana Supreme Court last week refused to hear an appeal of that decision. in an Indianapolis hospital, said Doug Garrison, chief communication officer for the Indiana Department of Correction. Initial reports had indicated Leonard died in prison. Leonard died of natural causes in the undisclosed hospital, where he had been for last several days, Garrison said. The communication officer said he could not talk about what put Leonard into the hospital and that an autopsy has been scheduled with the Marion County coroner.Online records show Leonard had been incarcerated since Dec. 21, 2012, most recently in the Wabash Valley Correctional Facility in southwestern Indiana. Earlier this week,
convicted in Richmond Hill explosion
the Department of Correction had put Leonard on death watch. said Leonard played a role in the conspiracy to rig the gas system and collect insurance money from the explosion of Monserrate Shirley home in the Richmond Hill subdivision. Shirley was Mark Leonard ex girlfriend.

Controversial north Sacramento homeless shelter only

Controversial north Sacramento homeless shelter only

On nearby North A Street, Michale Grant is among the hundreds of homeless who are spending the night on the street.He waited in line at a different homeless service, Sacramento County Winter Sanctuary. But after three hours, he was told there wasn’t enough room for him.”I wasn’t surprised, but I was disappointed there’s no room any more,” Grant said. “There’s too many people.”The winter sanctuary program only has room for 100 people who are driven to a local church to host them each night. On Thursday, like most nights, all 100 spots were taken.”We always try to get them connected with another service, but yeah, it’s awful,” Program Manager Alan Osterstock said.Meantime, all 130 beds at the Salvation Army’s homeless shelter were also full.In 2016, 78 homeless people died on the streets of Sacramento County, including two last January in front of Sacramento City Hall.At a memorial service commemorating those deaths, Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg said the number has increased this year by an additional 40 deaths. He also remained optimistic about the new shelter.”No, I’m not frustrated,” he said. “I recognize that a lot of great people are working to get this up and running as quickly as possible. So it’s 50, we’re going to get to 200, and we’ll get to that full capacity within a couple weeks.”
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Controversial caravan park plans in Oswaldtwistle get green light

Controversial caravan park plans in Oswaldtwistle get green light

Plans for the park featuring five static caravans and five smaller caravans off Milton Street in Oswaldtwistle were approved with conditions by Hyndburn planning committee at a meeting on Tuesday.

The proposals, submitted Anthony Kelbie, faced objections from councillors and residents and 15 letters against the plans were received by planning officers.

Complaints raised by residents in letters include traffic problems in the area, sewer and waste issues, and the sites proximity to a local nature reserve, meaning the development would be ‘out of character’ with the area.

However the planning committee said despite concerns they had no reason to refuse the recommendation of planning officers to approve the plans with conditions.

Chris Knight spoke at the meeting, on behalf of Nancy Thompson of Mitton Street, voicing concerns at the plans.

He said: “I honestly think they would look out of place and feel they would be out of character.

“The application for 10 units has potential for a lot more traffic.

“I worry with additional traffic movement it might cause difficulties to the sewer.”

The applicant is a settled traveller, having lived on Hayes Lane Road, Oswaldtwistle for some 19 years.

According to the applicant, his intention is for him and his family members to live permanently in a number of the static caravans while renting out the others.
Controversial caravan park plans in Oswaldtwistle get green light

Contemporary Warfare two and Communal Gaming

Contemporary Warfare two and Communal Gaming

Gaming is changing. Yes, I positive it really is been said time and time once more. out Super Mario Brothers, gaming is changing. Or, at this Project Natal, gaming is changing. And now as before, gaming is altering. The neighborhood of gaming is changing. These days, for me at least, it seems strange to play a game alone without having either a buddy by my side or a single online charging the front with me.

This says a lot. Game developers are no doubt aware of the communal wish in gaming. We have squads in game,
Contemporary Warfare two and Communal Gaming
private parties, headsets. I have pals on my Playstation 3 that I by no means ahead of met in individual, but have had wonderful laughs and hours of gameplay with. The game I see continuing this trend is Modern day Warfare 2,coming out this November. Infinity Ward Call of Duty 4: Modern day Warfare produced a huge splash in 2007, making an on the web neighborhood that continues to be as robust as on launch, due in huge element to the release of DLC. It really is right here that publishers are wising up to an it for the lengthy run publishing model. EA Games continues to release free of charge DLC for it 2008 release Burnout Paradise. Gamers that spend $ 60 for a title expect more than just the base game, regardless of whether they have to dish out a couple bucks or not.

These hints of a rising sense of communal gaming are encouraging. If publishers preserve the consumer in mind (as any good enterprise must), then gamers will continue to show loyalty to franchises. Looking forward,
Contemporary Warfare two and Communal Gaming
publishers like Activision have to do 1 factor for a massive title like Modern day Warfare two: stand by it. Continue to develop DLC and nurture the currently active on the web following the franchise enjoys. The outcome: a loyal following that will continue to acquire your content. The old model of publish and move on no longer applies.

CONTACT OPRAH WINFREY

CONTACT OPRAH WINFREY

Do you have a book that would be just perfect for Oprah???s Book Club and you want to tell her about it? Do you dream of sitting on that comfy chair next to the daytime queen and discussing all your problems with her? Or do you have a great story idea that you want to pitch to the show???s producers? If you do, you???re not alone.

When even David Letterman starts staging a very public campaign to be a guest on her television show, just how hard is it really to get a hold of the daytime talk show queen? It???s not ??? as long as you???ve got something worthwhile to tell her.

Before you try to reach her, you need to do your homework. Have you watched the shows to understand what the theme is for that year? Is your idea related to either the overall vision of the Oprah Winfrey Show or any of its specific topics? If you???re going up against the queen of daytime talk shows, you need to be well prepared. Once you???ve done your research, if you???re still convinced that she needs to hear from you, read on.

There are a variety of different ways to contact Oprah Winfrey. First, contrary to popular belief, snail mail is still an effective form of communication. You can try to contact Oprah Winfrey via the Oprah Winfrey Show???s mailing address at: PO Box 909715, Chicago, Illinois 60690 9715. Alternatively, you can also send your comments to the Oprah Winfrey Show???s street address at: 110 N Carpenter St., Chicago, Illinois 60607 2146. If it???s the O Magazine you???re aiming for, write to: 300 W 57th Street, Floor 36, New York, New York 10019 3741.

If you???ve forgotten what it???s like to write an actual letter with pen and paper, fear not ??? the Oprah Winfrey Show has entered the 21st century. Bear in mind that with either attempt, you are not guaranteed a personal response.

If writing isn???t for you, there is also the option to call her studio via telephone at (312) 633 1182, or (312) 591 9222 if it???s tickets you???re after. However, don???t expect Ms. Winfrey to pick up the phone herself. You are more likely to be weaved around a complex network of receptionists, or if you???re lucky an assistant producer or two.

In this day and age it has no doubt become quite the task to contact Oprah Winfrey and you may find yourself leaving a message or ten. But, rest assured that if whatever it is you have to say is worth saying, she will be the one contacting you.

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Dear Oprah,

Thank you for Queen Sugar. I have respected your work for many years, but this show has embodied all of my hopes for the depiction of people of color on screen. It is authentic, moving, respectful, masterful in its cinematography and extremely well cast. I have been waiting for a show that is equal to what is out there featuring white Americans. You and your staff have created something that exceeds all norms and I am so very proud to have this show represent so beautifully who we are and how we live and love.

One day I will make the time to send ideas for this show, but for now I simply say thank you for filling the void of quality black productions with such beauty and grace.
CONTACT OPRAH WINFREY

Contact Donald Trump

Contact Donald Trump

Are you hoping to hear the words hired come out of Donald Trump mouth? Have you always dreamed of working for the Trump Organization? Or do you simply want to play a round at the Trump National Golf Club? Whatever your reason for wanting to contact Donald Trump, here is how you do it.

To get in touch with the Trump Organization, you can write to 725 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10022. You can also call them at 212 832 2000 or fax them at 212 935 0141. If you are applying for a position with the organization, you should send your resume to the above address as phone calls will not be accepted. Also note that any materials you send them will not be returned to you.

If you are in the real estate market and want to reach them regarding residential sales, you can write to Trump Sales and Leasing at 108 Central Park South, New York, New York 10019. Alternatively, you can reach them via phone at 212 832 2929 or fax at 212 399 3947.

As the Trump Organization has a number of residential sales offices, you can also try to contact Donald Trump via the Trump International Hotel and Tower Sales Centre at One Central Park West, New York, New York 10023, or via phone at 212 299 1105 or fax at 212 299 1050.

If it the casino market you in, you can reach his Taj Mahal Atlantic City Hotel and Casino at 1000 Boardwalk at Virginia Avenue, Atlantic City, New Jersey 08401. You can also reach them by phone at 609 449 1000.

If getting out on the green is what you looking for, you can contact Donald Trump and his Trump National Golf Club at 339 Pine Road, Briarcliff Manor, New York 10510. You can also reach the general manager Dan Scavino at 914 944 0900. He may not be able to arrange a one on one game for you against The Donald, but he will probably be able to answer your inquiries.

There is no shortage of ways to contact Donald Trump if you know exactly what you looking for. And, don expect to hear from The Donald personally unless you have a foolproof way for him to make his next million. Until then, expect to deal only with his in your quest to contact Donald Trump.
Contact Donald Trump