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26 Jun 19
ABC 4
OGDEN (ABC4 News) – More than two years after the murders of Nadja Medley and her 14-year-old daughter Payton, a photo remains on Nadja’s Facebook page showing them smiling at a baseball game on either side of the man suspected of killing them.  Other pictures show Nadja and Payton with Gerald “Mike” Bullinger at a picnic, attending a concert, at the fair and at the rodeo. It’s obvious that Gerald and Nadja were romantically involved and in a post from March 29th, 2016 she’s “feeling excited” that he asked her and Payton to move to Idaho with him. But Bullinger was apparently living a double life, still married to his wife Cheryl Baker, a longtime school teacher who still lived at their house in Ogden. On June 19th, 2017 her body was found along with Nadja’s and Payton’s in a shed on Bullinger’s property in Caldwell, Idaho. Each had a single gunshot wound.  Baker’s coworkers at GreenWood Charter School in Harrisville held a vigil and planted a maple tree in her honor. “She was truly generous,” fellow GreenWood teacher Henry DeMars said. “She touched so many people.” Bullinger, a pilot for Classic Aviation Services in Ogden, was later recorded on store surveillance cameras in the area of Swan Valley, Idaho and on July 12th, 2017 his Ford Focus was found abandoned in a remote area of the Bridger Teton National Forest near Moran, Wyoming.  Canyon County Sheriff Kieran Donahue says Bullinger likely committed suicide but his body has never been located. “Is there a chance that Mr. Bullinger left that car and then deliberately was able to get access to get out of the area, perhaps out of the country?” Sheriff Donahue asked rhetorically. “All of those possibilities are open. They truly are.” Investigators say that until they find Bullinger…or his body this case, like Nadja’s Facebook page, will remain open.  WHAT OTHERS ARE READING: DABC drawing system for rare, high-demand liquors now open35 officers sworn-in during inaugural ceremony for Riverton Police Department Lawsuit claims Grand America hotel exploited Filipino interns adidas to release Donovan Mitchell inspired signature shoe July 1st
26 Jun 19
One on One Testers

adidas Hoops and Marvel officially debut the adidas D.O.N. Issue #1 for Donovan Mitchell.

26 Jun 19
THE PLAY'S THE THING

Picture this… It’s Manchester, 1999. Tommie is sick of his dead-end job, cold calling people. He decides to quit his job and winds up being trained as a vampire hunter by a vampire-slaying priest, Father Badass. He has to defend the world as the Devil has hatched a plan. On the stroke of the Millennium, […]

26 Jun 19
High Velocity Sport

Football gossip: Maguire, Vieira, Gerrard, Arteta, Fernandes, Pogba, Cancelo https://ift.tt/2NgfL82 Manchester United have pulled out of the running to sign Leicester and England defender Harry Maguire after being told the 26-year-old will cost £100m. (Mirror) Nice boss Patrick Vieira, 43, Rangers manager Steven Gerrard, 39, and Manchester City coach Mikel Arteta, 37, are all on […]

26 Jun 19
ABC 4
MIAMI (AP) — Democrats face off in a prime-time fight Wednesday night in the first debate of the 2020 presidential campaign, the unofficial starting line for the party’s quest to wrest the White House from Donald Trump and deny him a second term. While the crowded field has been courting voters in key states for several months already, the vast majority of the nation has yet to pay close attention to the ambitious and diverse field. That begins to change when a collection of 10 candidates, led by fiery liberal Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren, face each other on national television for two hours. The overall field is so large that a second group of 10 Democrats, led by early front-runner Joe Biden, will debate 24 hours later. The groupings were chosen at random by debate host NBC. The meeting comes at a turbulent time for the nation at home and abroad, the economy strong but strained by the weight of the president’s trade wars and the threat of military conflict with Iran. At the same time, an emotional fight over immigration continues to sow divisions that have defined Trump’s America for much of the past four years. Trump himself will be in the air traveling to Japan for a round of trade talks as Democrats face the nation for the first time in the 2020 campaign. The Democrats face their own rifts, unified in their deep desire to beat Trump but deeply divided on what kind of candidate is best positioned to do so. On one side: candidates like Warren who are demanding dramatic change that includes embracing liberal policy priorities like free universal health care, debt-free college, a forgiving immigration policy and higher taxes on the rich. On the other: pragmatic-minded Democrats like Thursday’s star — Biden — and little-known former Maryland Rep. John Delaney, who are calling for modest policy solutions that could ultimately attract bipartisan support. Beyond Warren and Delaney, Wednesday’s slate features Sens. Cory Booker of New Jersey and Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, Reps. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii and Tim Ryan of Ohio and former Rep. Beto O’Rourke of Texas, along with Washington Gov. Jay Inslee, New York Mayor Bill de Blasio and ex-Obama Housing Secretary Julián Castro. For many of the White House hopefuls, Wednesday marks their best opportunity to share their vision with the country and, if for just two hours, chip into a political news cycle often dominated by Trump. It’s unclear how aggressively the candidates will attack each other — instead of Trump — as they jockey for position. While early, time is already beginning to run out for lesser-known candidates who may not qualify for subsequent debates. They need a standout moment to spark a bump in fundraising and polling. As one of the best-known candidates on stage Wednesday, Warren has an opportunity to further cement her status as a top-tier candidate. Perhaps more than anyone else, she also has a target on her back. Asked about pressure, she shrugged off her center-stage position. “This is just a chance to be able to talk to people all across this country about how this government works better and better and better for a thinner and thinner slice at the top, and it’s just not working for the rest of America,” she said after a Tuesday rally in Miami. “2020’s our chance to change that.”” Ahead of the debate, Warren and Klobuchar were visiting a large migrant detention facility in Homestead, about 40 miles southwest of Miami where the Trump administration is detaining migrant teens. O’Rourke and others plan to visit the facility in the coming days. The stops are intended to draw attention to Trump’s immigration policies amid reports that some children separated from their families were being held at a detention center near the Texas-Mexico border without access to adequate food and water and sometimes couldn’t shower, wash their clothes or get toothpaste and soap. While Democrats are largely united in their opposition to Trump’s hardline approach on immigration, they are divided on several high-profile policies — none more significant than “Medicare for All,” the single-payer health plan introduced by Sen. Bernie Sanders, who will be on Thursday night’s stage, and supported by Warren and others. Several candidates, led by Biden, prefer other reforms that would give people a government-backed “public option” for health insurance while maintaining the private insurance market. Among Wednesday’s class, Delaney in particular has been especially vocal in his criticism of Medicare for All. With so many White House hopefuls on stage, it could be difficult to dive too deep into any given issue. NBC News, which is hosting the debate, said candidates will have 60 seconds to answer questions and 30 seconds for follow-ups. They will be allowed closing statements but no openers. Trump said he planned to watch the debate from Air Force One. “Yes everyone said I’ll be tweeting, I’ll actually be on a plane and it just seems very boring, but I’m going to watch it because I have to,” he said on Fox Business Network. He added: “Do I want to watch it? Do I want to watch these people? That’s a very unexciting group of people.” The debate will unfold as many Democratic voters are just beginning to tune in. Only 35% of registered Democrats say they’re paying close attention to the campaign, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Two-thirds say they’re paying some or no attention. The debate’s second night on Thursday features more of the leading Democrats in the race. Biden will stand at center stage with Sanders at his left and Mayor Pete Buttigieg of South Bend, Indiana, at his right. Sen. Kamala Harris of California, who is polling about even with Buttigieg, will be there, too. ___ Peoples reported from Washington. Associated Press writers Sara Burnett in Chicago, David Bauder in New York, Alexandra Jaffe in Miami and Elana Schor in Washington contributed to this report. WHAT OTHERS ARE READING: DABC drawing system for rare, high-demand liquors now open35 officers sworn-in during inaugural ceremony for Riverton Police Department Lawsuit claims Grand America hotel exploited Filipino interns adidas to release Donovan Mitchell inspired signature shoe July 1st
25 Jun 19
Men's Journal
In just one full season in the NFL, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes has become a dominant football and cultural force. Mahomes won the NFL MVP after tossing 50 touchdowns, he led the Chiefs to the AFC Championship game, and videos of his sidearm and no-look throws went viral on the internet, making scouts everywhere want to find the next Patrick Mahomes for their own team. [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.mensjournal.com/entertainment/patrick-mahomes-on-making-the-madden-cover-and-winning-the-nfl-mvp/” title=”Patrick Mahomes on Being the New ‘Madden NFL 20’ Cover Star and Winning the MVP at 23″ target=”_blank” thumb=”false” imgsrc=”” inset=”true” format=”” subtitle=””] But all that attention hasn’t changed how Mahomes prepares to stay at the top of his game. As a former baseball player—and the son of an MLB player—Mahomes has a unique training style that has enabled him to make throws that other players can only watch with envy. “Playing baseball has had a big impact on football for me and how I train,” Mahomes told Men’s Journal. “All the arm care that baseball players do definitely has had an impact on me and I’ve brought that to my football training and mindset. It translates directly to what I’m doing on the football field. I make sure to take care of that the same way I did when I played baseball.” In fact, Mahomes showing what a baseball background can do for a football player may have convinced the Arizona Cardinals to pick the undersized Kyler Murray first-overall in the 2019 NFL Draft. While Murray is just 5′10″, well below the height of most prototypical quarterbacks, he was a first round pick in the MLB draft and was a baseball standout with the Oklahoma Sooners in college. While Mahomes may have had that impact, he’s focused on getting his team to the Super Bowl. [ami-related id=”- Click to search articles -” url=”https://www.mensjournal.com/sports/10-best-exercises-football-players/” title=”The 10 Best Exercises for Football Players” target=”_blank” thumb=”false” imgsrc=”” inset=”true” format=”” subtitle=””] “I just go out there and play my game and I have great teammates around me that helped me look good,” Mahomes says. “My mindset is to work hard and find ways to get better. I want to make sure we keep building as a team and my ultimate goal is to win the Super Bowl.” By breaking out on the field, Mahomes has become a cultural force off the field, too. Mahomes joined the Adidas roster alongside athletes like Aaron Rodgers, Aaron Judge, and James Harden, and his style and cultural influence has continued to grow alongside his rising football career. “It was a great fit with Adidas, they’re all about football and so am I,” Mahomes says. “The ability to be able to go out there and express myself and then at the same time also to be a part of the lifestyle conversation was important for me.” Mahomes took some time during his offseason training to speak with Men’s Journal about his go-to workouts, his style, how he makes those unique throws, and why he built himself a sneaker closet at home. What are some of the ways you train to help you make those unique throws on the field? I do a lot of single-leg stuff, but it’s more than just lunges and those types of workouts. I do step-ups and similar things, but what’s key for what we do together is that my trainer Bobby [Stroupe] will put me in these difficult and awkward positions and I’ll work on throwing from those spots. He’ll toss me med balls and I’ll have to catch it and try and keep my balance and my strength. I feel like that training helps me out a ton when I’m on the field and in those awkward positions. From doing those workouts, I learn to use my strength and balance to throw an accurate football. It becomes natural because of how we work on it together. How did it feel to see those no-look and sidearm passes go viral last season? It’s cool to see that blow up on social media and it helps out a lot that I have great players catching those balls. I’ve seen some videos of kids trying to copy those throws and it’s pretty cool to see them out there and how people have responded to them. This slow-mo angle of Mahomes’ no-look 😲 (via @CliffErwinVideo, h/t @lenjenningsKMBC)pic.twitter.com/AzmjOo8oiw — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) December 10, 2018 What are your favorite workouts to do to get ready for the NFL season?  Two of my favorite static workouts are the deadlift and bench press, but I can’t bench press anymore because of my position. I can only dumbbell bench press, but I still love to do it. With the deadlift, I just love the explosion part of it. I guess I like it because I’m good at it, but I feel like it’s a great workout. If you were limited to only one type of workout to train for football, what would it be and why? Definitely arm strengthening training on my upper body, like shoulder strengthening and rotator cuff work. For me as a quarterback, that’s the most important stuff you can work on. It’s not only about strengthening my arm, but managing how it feels and making sure it’s strong enough so I don’t get injured and help prevent any injuries as well as I can. All that’s huge for being a quarterback. You’ve talked in the past about having a big shoe collection. How many pairs are you up to now?  I actually built a shoe closet in my house for all them. It’s always been a dream of mine to have a closet for my sneakers. I’ve always loved sneakers and this was something I always wanted to do. I had to actually get rid of some to make room in the closet [laughs]. I was at 180 pairs when the closet was built, so right now I’m probably around 200 pairs. Being with Adidas has helped out the collection quite a bit. I’ve recently been really into the AlphaEdge shoe, it has that sporty feel to it, and it’s very comfortable and has a lot of style in it too. There’s a lot of colorways of that, so I’ve been wearing those a lot, and I actually have a pair on right now. For a go-to, my pick is the Ultra Boosts. They’re like the most comfortable shoes you could have and they have a bunch of different color ways. In fact, I have a whole wall in my shoe closet that is just straight Ultra Boosts. I use those a lot when I train, they’re great for that. How should a person handle success? How about failure? I think you should have the same mentality either way. You should be almost kind of neutral where you want to make sure that if you’re having success, you still want to go out there and do better everyday, and if you’re dealing with failure, you have the mindset to bounce back and keep going. It shouldn’t be too high or too low and always keep that same mindset to get better each and every day. Who have you learned the most from in your career? My godfather, [former MLB player] LaTroy Hawkins for sure. My dad has been very influential in my life, but my godfather played in the MLB for 20 years and he did everything the right way. Watching him go about his business and listening to the advice he gave me, it put me on the right track and taught me the right way to go about what I’m doing. What have you enjoyed most about working with Adidas and joining the roster? It’s all been great so far with Adidas. Once you meet the people at Adidas and see the type of motivation that they work with and love they have for the company, it made it an easy choice for me to join up. I’m working on being the best athlete I can be and as someone who has always loved shoes, it’s amazing seeing everything grow and it’s exciting to be able to do my part and build the brand in the best way possible. How does it feel to be able to influence other athletes and kids out there with your style and the way you play? It’s really cool. I’m really just trying to go out there and be myself and show off my style and who I am as a person, and if that influences kids and other athletes out there, that really is a special thing to think about for me.
26 Jun 19
TNC Network

Shop new arrivals on sale now and – if you’re a cardmember, Nordy Club Icon or Ambassador – shop even earlier!

26 Jun 19
LostTrailRunner........

Phantom Pain from a Stress Fracture (reaction) | Runner’s Perspective Phantom pain may be the cause of the ‘tight’ feeling in my left foot right now. I certainly remember the ‘phantom pain’ from my stress fractures in my college years. Those phantom pains from stress fractures in college were ten years ago, and I frankly […]

26 Jun 19
Sneaker News
In a true crossover of industry, adidas is officially teaming up with the notable 3M to pay homage to the original Nite Jogger, whose breakthrough reflective panelling sparked a long line of innovation felt forcefully even today. As the one to father the ever-functional tooling, the revived silhouette has been armed to the T in two colorways that are certainly impossible to lose sight of. The first, a largely contemporary mix of grey swathes, dresses down to allow its shining accents to do the talking while a deep midnight navy makes for alluring bits of contrast. Blinding overlays arrive, of course, by way of a sprawled out “3M” logo along the medial with the classic Three Stripes branding, back tab, and scattered unders following in its bright execution. Grab a detailed look at both pairs right below and expect to see them at select retailers and adidas.com come July 6th. 3M x adidas Nite Jogger Release Date: July 6th, 2019 Style Code (Grey): EE5855 Style Code (Navy): EE5858
26 Jun 19
9to5Toys
Welcome to our daily roundup of the best lifestyle deals from 9to5Toys. Each day we scour the internet, searching for the best fashion and home goods offers from our favorite retailers. We’ll be gathering all of our top deals each day at 5:30 pm right here. Head below for more and be sure to give us a follow on Twitter to stay up to date throughout the day. Activewear | Joe’s New Balance 4th of July Doorbusters start at 50% off + free shipping Marmot takes 25% off rainwear: jackets, pullovers, pants & more + free shipping adidas shoes & apparel at up to 75% off during Hautelook’s 3-Day Flash Sale Columbia offers its Men’s PFG Tamiami II Short Sleeve Shirt in Riptide for $27.90 with free shipping Reebok offers its Men’s Stacked Logo Trackster Pants in Grey for $20 with code GETEXTRA at checkout Casual and Formalwear | Timbuk2 48-Hour Flash Sale cuts 30% off sitewide with MacBook bags & more Cole Haan, Ralph Lauren & more an extra 25% off during Macy’s Summer Sale Nordstrom Rack Tommy Bahama Sale offers up to 60% off apparel, shoes & more Lucky Brand End of Season Sale offers up to 75% off clearance styles from $12 Nordstrom’s new summer markdowns offer Sperry, Levi’s & more from $35 Home Goods and more | Amazon offers up to 67% off Moen kitchen & bathroom faucets from $65 shipped  This stainless steel 29-bottle mini wine fridge is $110 off today only at $190 Home Depot’s new Milwaukee tool sale starts at $99 with bonus accessories Harness the power of lightning through your fingers with this $14 plasma ball Declutter a room with Amazon’s 3-Shelf Storage Unit: $20 (Save 20%) Visionary Mapping headlines Samsung’s $450 POWERbot Robot Vacuum ($150 off)
26 Jun 19
Organisasi Asgar

Redaksi Organisasi Asgar.or.id Marilah kita bersama menolak kecurangan demokrasi dan menuntut kekerasan pada rakyat. Walau Peluang kerja makin sulit. Tapi kita harus tambah kreeatif. Saat ini, ternyata pekerja asing ramai yang datang ke negara kita, PHK dimana-mana, serta banyaknya sandiwara politik penguasa. Hari ini Kamis tanggal 27 Juni tahun 2019, kehidupan makin dihadapkan pada naiknya […]

26 Jun 19
Organisasi Asgar

— Tim Organisasi Asgar.or.id Marilah kita bersama menolak kecurangan demokrasi dan menuntut kekerasan pada rakyat. Informasi update terbaru pasaran harga aktual hari ini Kamis tanggal 27 bulan Juni tahun 2019 sebagai patokan naik atau turun harga dibandingkan harga kemarin Rabu tanggal 26 Juni 2019 dan harga 2 hari yang lalu Selasa tanggal 25 Juni 2019. […]

26 Jun 19
Hollywood Life

Hailey Baldwin’s ‘Bieber’ hat is the only accessory she needs! The model sported a cap with her hubby’s name on it while out in LA, and we are SO here for it!

26 Jun 19
9to5Toys
For three days only, Hautelook’s adidas Flash Sale offers shoes and apparel at up to 75% off. Prices are as marked. Free shipping applies on orders of $99 or more. One of the most notable deals from this sale is the men’s Questar Trail Running Sneakers that are available for $60. To compare, these shoes were originally priced at $80. This style is great for all of your summer hikes, walks, training and more. They feature a cushioned insole, unique supportive lacing system and a flexible construction. Plus, their all-black sleek design is very stylish. Find the rest of our top picks below. Our top picks for men include: Advantage Sneaker $48 (Orig. $65) Questar Trail Running Sneaker $60 (Orig. $80) Court Adapt Sneaker $53 (Orig. $70) CloudFoam Ultimate Sneakers $65 (Orig. $85) Questar Flow Running Sneaker $56 (Orig. $75) …and even more deals… Our top picks for women include: Ozweego Running Sneaker $60 (Orig. $80) Grand Court Sneaker $50 (Orig. $65) Lite Racer Reborn Running Sneaker $53 (Orig. $70) Duramo 9 Running Sneaker $50 (Orig. $65) Arkyn Sneaker $80 (Orig. $130) …and even more deals…
26 Jun 19
HBCU Gameday

One of Eddie Robinson’s all-time great teams will be honored this season by Grambling.