Ramsey

21 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

The late goal by Ben Woodburn brought Ryan Giggs as coach out of 10 games for the fourth time Ben Woodburn's junior rescued Wales & # 39; Blushes as international football returned to Wrexham with an unconvincing friendship win over Trinidad and Tobago. In preparation for the opening match of the Euro 2020 against Slovakia […]

21 Mar 19
Archy Worldys

Google has announced its ambitious game streaming platform Stadia this week, and it's a hot topic for the entire industry. But is this a paradigm shift in terms of providing games, and what does all this mean for the evolution of PlayStation? Our esteemed editors weigh each other. Sammy Barker, editor Even a root canal […]

21 Mar 19
The Little Bookworm

Who knew a cooking show could get so messy? Elle Fierro All I have to do is appear as a judge on this cooking show in Hollywood and my restaurant will open to rave reviews. Pretty much my lifelong dream. What I absolutely shouldn’t do is sleep with one of the contestants and ruin everything […]

21 Mar 19
Chico Enterprise-Record
OROVILLE — Butte Count District Attorney Mike Ramsey has cleared five officers who fatally shot a man following a car chase in November within the Camp Fire evacuation zone. GD Hendrix, 48, of Berry Creek, led officers on an eight-mile chase Nov. 15, 2018, along a smoky Highway 70 that started at the Pines Yankee Hill Hardware Store above Concow and ended near the highway’s intersection with Pentz Road, Ramsey said Wednesday. Hendrix At the end of the pursuit, Hendrix — who had been wanted by police for absconding parole — popped out the driver’s side door of his sedan, turned and pointed what investigators determined was six-inch long steel pipe toward the officers, the district attorney said. Five officers from multiple law enforcement agencies opened fire on Hendrix, who was hit at least 22 times and died on the scene, Ramsey said, adding that investigators strongly suspect Hendrix intended to commit “suicide by cop” by goading officers into shooting him. The shooting was captured by the dashboard camera of a law enforcement vehicle. The video, and other investigatory material, can be viewed at the District Attorney’s Office’s website. The shooting officers were identified as Butte County sheriff’s Sgt. Josh Brazzi, Butte County sheriff’s deputy Kenneth Bryant, Shasta County sheriff’s deputies Andrew Clark and Chris VanEyck, and California Department of Fish and Wildlife Warden Chad Edwards. A Sutter County Sheriff’s Office police dog, Bandit, also was killed by gunfire. A pit bull associated with Hendrix also was shot dead. Officers from multiple outside law enforcement agencies had been in the Camp Fire evacuation zone at the time to assist the local authorities.[related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Ramsey said none of the shooting officers would be charged with crimes, finding that the circumstances and the officers’ beliefs that they were in immediate danger would lead any reasonable jury to conclude the shooting was justified. Ramsey on Wednesday announced the findings of the Butte County Officer Involved Shooting Critical Incident Protocol Team and released a final investigation report. Hendrix was described in the report as a “prime suspect” in the 2014 slayings of Plumas County residents Peter “Mike” Kroencke, 59, and his wife, Olga Kroencke, 56. The Kroenckes were found shot to death in their SUV in December 2014, between property they owned in the 400 block of Galen Ridge Road and Hendrix’s residence in the 300 block of Galen Ridge Road in Berry Creek, according to previous reports in this newspaper. Hendrix’s home was searched shortly after the Kroenckes’ deaths, and officers found a live pipe bomb under the floor and a sawed-off shotgun, according to Ramsey’s report. Hendrix wasn’t home at the time, but officers caught up with him at a Berry Creek store in January 2015, when he was taken into custody for weapons and drug charges. Following extended court proceedings, Hendrix in 2016 was sentenced to seven years, four months in state prison on weapons and drug charges, the report said. Hendrix was released on parole in May 2018, and he had been wanted since June 2018 for absconding parole. Hendrix was never charged in Kroenckes’ deaths. Officials said while they believed Hendrix was a suspect, they hadn’t obtained enough evidence to pursue criminal charges. The homicide case remained open.
20 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

RYAN GIGGS defended his decision to wrap Gareth Bale in cotton…

20 Mar 19
Viral Topic Zone

Ben Woodburn’s late goal gave Ryan Giggs a fourth win from 10 matches as manager Ben Woodburn’s added-time winner saved Wales’ blushes as they marked the return of international football to Wrexham with an unconvincing friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago. In preparation for Sunday’s opening Euro 2020 qualifier against Slovakia, manager Ryan Giggs rested […]

20 Mar 19
Heavy.com

Emma LaRoque was the daughter of a Minnesota tribal police chief who authorities say killed her two children, Shane Woods and Frederick York, in a murder-suicide.

20 Mar 19
High Velocity Sport

Giggs defends decision to rest Bale amid disappointed Wales fans https://ift.tt/2OgeWc1 Gareth Bale is Wales’ record goal scorer Ryan Giggs says he understands why some Wales fans were disappointed that Gareth Bale was left out of Wednesday’s friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago. Wrexham’s Racecourse Ground was sold out for Wales’ first match in the […]

20 Mar 19
cohesive cash

I am in the middle of reading a book I checked out from the library (#frugalwin :)) called “The Dumb Things Smart People Do with Their Money: Thirteen Ways to Right Your Financial Wrongs” by Jill Schlesinger, a money analyst for CBS News.  In this post, I am going to cover the first four points […]

21 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
RYAN GIGGS defended his decision to wrap Gareth Bale in cotton wool ahead of Wales’ Euro 2020 opener against Slovakia on Sunday. The Real Madrid superstar was left out of Giggs’ 18-man squad for this narrow friendly win with Trinidad and Tobago. Wales star Gareth Bale was left out of squad by Ryan Giggs for friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago Wales coach Giggs says playing Bale in a friendly would have been ‘too much of a risk’ Giggs’ decision raised eyebrows among a section of the Welsh support at a sold-out Racecourse Ground in Wrexham. This was Wales’ first game in the north of the country for 11 years. But the Wales boss, buoyed by Ben Woodburn’s injury-time winner, shared his disappointment at being forced to leave Bale in the stands. And Giggs admitted his talisman’s inclusion would have been ‘too much of a risk’ with doubts over Aaron Ramsey (thigh) and David Brooks (ankle). Giggs explained his selection and said: “I can understand the disappointment. They want to see the likes of Gareth but it’s my job to make sure we are ready for Sunday. “Originally when I planned the game it was going to be a first half then we make changes. “Brooksy took a knock on his ankle at the weekend, Harry [Wilson] and Connor [Roberts] have played a lot of games. Aaron picked up a little knock. “So it was just a big, big risk. It gave me the opportunity to look after them early in the week and a lot of them trained really well on Wednesday. “I’m pleased to get the result in the end but disappointed for the fans not to see Gareth.” Star man Bale returned to Real action last Saturday and scored as well as playing 90 minutes in the 2-0 La Liga win over Celta Vigo. And on this evidence Giggs will need his talisman firing if Wales are repeat their Euro 2016 heroics. Giggs added: “Gareth had his first 90 minutes in three months. “He took part in a little bit of training yesterday. He trained this morning really well. “So it was just too much of a risk with Sunday in mind. That was the case with a few of the players.” EURO LOTTO Giggs also pointed to the fact Wales have an advantage this week with only one game while their Group E rivals including Slovakia, who face Hungary today. He said: “Slovakia play Thursday and then Sunday afternoon so it’s a two and a half day turnaround. “I wanted to make sure we made that advantage count this week both in the build-up physically and preparing mentally for the game. “I gave the chance for a few players to push forward for selection on Sunday but also keeping a lot of players fresh because we have this advantage in this first game.” Giggs was happy to pick up his fourth win in ten games as Wales boss after Woodburn chested home from Will Vaulks’ cross. Woodburn burst on the scene in the previous World Cup qualifying campaign with a thumping winner over Austria. [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] But the 19-year-old has endured a frustrating time at club level after he was recalled by Liverpool following a miserable loan spell at Sheffield United. In fact, this was Woodburn’s first appearance since Wales’ humiliating defeat in Albania – four months ago – but he came up trumps when he scored his second goal for his country deep in added time at the back post. Wales beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 after Ben Woodburn’s goal [bc_video video_id=”6015876217001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Wales v Trinidad and Tobago – Live stream, TV channel and kick off time for International friendly”]
21 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
RYAN GIGGS defended his decision to wrap Gareth Bale in cotton wool ahead of Wales’ Euro 2020 opener against Slovakia on Sunday. The Real Madrid superstar was left out of Giggs’ 18-man squad for this narrow friendly win with Trinidad and Tobago. Wales star Gareth Bale was left out of squad by Ryan Giggs for friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago Wales coach Giggs says playing Bale in a friendly would have been ‘too much of a risk’ Giggs’ decision raised eyebrows among a section of the Welsh support at a sold-out Racecourse Ground in Wrexham. This was Wales’ first game in the north of the country for 11 years. But the Wales boss, buoyed by Ben Woodburn’s injury-time winner, shared his disappointment at being forced to leave Bale in the stands. And Giggs admitted his talisman’s inclusion would have been ‘too much of a risk’ with doubts over Aaron Ramsey (thigh) and David Brooks (ankle). Giggs explained his selection and said: “I can understand the disappointment. They want to see the likes of Gareth but it’s my job to make sure we are ready for Sunday. “Originally when I planned the game it was going to be a first half then we make changes. “Brooksy took a knock on his ankle at the weekend, Harry [Wilson] and Connor [Roberts] have played a lot of games. Aaron picked up a little knock. “So it was just a big, big risk. It gave me the opportunity to look after them early in the week and a lot of them trained really well on Wednesday. “I’m pleased to get the result in the end but disappointed for the fans not to see Gareth.” Star man Bale returned to Real action last Saturday and scored as well as playing 90 minutes in the 2-0 La Liga win over Celta Vigo. And on this evidence Giggs will need his talisman firing if Wales are repeat their Euro 2016 heroics. Giggs added: “Gareth had his first 90 minutes in three months. “He took part in a little bit of training yesterday. He trained this morning really well. “So it was just too much of a risk with Sunday in mind. That was the case with a few of the players.” EURO LOTTO Giggs also pointed to the fact Wales have an advantage this week with only one game while their Group E rivals including Slovakia, who face Hungary today. He said: “Slovakia play Thursday and then Sunday afternoon so it’s a two and a half day turnaround. “I wanted to make sure we made that advantage count this week both in the build-up physically and preparing mentally for the game. “I gave the chance for a few players to push forward for selection on Sunday but also keeping a lot of players fresh because we have this advantage in this first game.” Giggs was happy to pick up his fourth win in ten games as Wales boss after Woodburn chested home from Will Vaulks’ cross. Woodburn burst on the scene in the previous World Cup qualifying campaign with a thumping winner over Austria. [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] But the 19-year-old has endured a frustrating time at club level after he was recalled by Liverpool following a miserable loan spell at Sheffield United. In fact, this was Woodburn’s first appearance since Wales’ humiliating defeat in Albania – four months ago – but he came up trumps when he scored his second goal for his country deep in added time at the back post. Wales beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 after Ben Woodburn’s goal [bc_video video_id=”6015876217001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Wales v Trinidad and Tobago – Live stream, TV channel and kick off time for International friendly”]
21 Mar 19
The Sun
RYAN GIGGS defended his decision to wrap Gareth Bale in cotton wool ahead of Wales’ Euro 2020 opener against Slovakia on Sunday. The Real Madrid superstar was left out of Giggs’ 18-man squad for this narrow friendly win with Trinidad and Tobago. Wales star Gareth Bale was left out of squad by Ryan Giggs for friendly win over Trinidad and Tobago Wales coach Giggs says playing Bale in a friendly would have been ‘too much of a risk’ Giggs’ decision raised eyebrows among a section of the Welsh support at a sold-out Racecourse Ground in Wrexham. This was Wales’ first game in the north of the country for 11 years. But the Wales boss, buoyed by Ben Woodburn’s injury-time winner, shared his disappointment at being forced to leave Bale in the stands. And Giggs admitted his talisman’s inclusion would have been ‘too much of a risk’ with doubts over Aaron Ramsey (thigh) and David Brooks (ankle). Giggs explained his selection and said: “I can understand the disappointment. They want to see the likes of Gareth but it’s my job to make sure we are ready for Sunday. “Originally when I planned the game it was going to be a first half then we make changes. “Brooksy took a knock on his ankle at the weekend, Harry [Wilson] and Connor [Roberts] have played a lot of games. Aaron picked up a little knock. “So it was just a big, big risk. It gave me the opportunity to look after them early in the week and a lot of them trained really well on Wednesday. “I’m pleased to get the result in the end but disappointed for the fans not to see Gareth.” Star man Bale returned to Real action last Saturday and scored as well as playing 90 minutes in the 2-0 La Liga win over Celta Vigo. And on this evidence Giggs will need his talisman firing if Wales are repeat their Euro 2016 heroics. Giggs added: “Gareth had his first 90 minutes in three months. “He took part in a little bit of training yesterday. He trained this morning really well. “So it was just too much of a risk with Sunday in mind. That was the case with a few of the players.” EURO LOTTO Giggs also pointed to the fact Wales have an advantage this week with only one game while their Group E rivals including Slovakia, who face Hungary today. He said: “Slovakia play Thursday and then Sunday afternoon so it’s a two and a half day turnaround. “I wanted to make sure we made that advantage count this week both in the build-up physically and preparing mentally for the game. “I gave the chance for a few players to push forward for selection on Sunday but also keeping a lot of players fresh because we have this advantage in this first game.” Giggs was happy to pick up his fourth win in ten games as Wales boss after Woodburn chested home from Will Vaulks’ cross. Woodburn burst on the scene in the previous World Cup qualifying campaign with a thumping winner over Austria. [article-rail-section title=”most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”8″ query_type=”recent” /] But the 19-year-old has endured a frustrating time at club level after he was recalled by Liverpool following a miserable loan spell at Sheffield United. In fact, this was Woodburn’s first appearance since Wales’ humiliating defeat in Albania – four months ago – but he came up trumps when he scored his second goal for his country deep in added time at the back post. Wales beat Trinidad and Tobago 1-0 after Ben Woodburn’s goal [bc_video video_id=”6015876217001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Wales v Trinidad and Tobago – Live stream, TV channel and kick off time for International friendly”]
20 Mar 19
Twin Cities
The more serious of two felonies facing a South St. Paul man accused of following a young woman off the light rail in St. Paul and threatening to rape her was dismissed. Prosecutors dropped the fourth-degree criminal sexual conduct charge filed against Andrew Wardell King in exchange for his guilty plea to the terroristic threats count, court records say. Andrew Wardell King King was sentenced Tuesday in Ramsey County District Court to a stayed 15-month prison sentence on the count. He was also placed on probation for three years. The case against King was temporarily suspended over concerns about his mental competency. The 57-year-old followed a woman off the light-rail at the Fifth and Sibley streets stop in St. Paul in the spring of 2017 and proceeded to push her up against a wall and threaten to sexually assault her, court documents say. The woman resisted and King eventually let her go. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
20 Mar 19
Twin Cities
The Minnesota Council on Foundations has a new president. Susie Brown will assume the role on April 22, the organization announced Wednesday. Brown is currently the chief operations officer for the recently merged Minnesota State Bar, Hennepin County Bar and Ramsey County Bar Associations and Foundations. She previously was the public policy director for the Minnesota Council of Nonprofits. Susie Brown “The Minnesota Council on Foundations is highly regarded locally and nationally,” Brown said in a statement. “I am excited about the possibility of working to grow the organization’s connection with its members and to enhance the high-quality services it provides. My plan is to get off to a quick start — I look forward to learning from staff, members, board, and community stakeholders in this process.” Brown is active in her community, serving on the Community Advisory Council of the Greater Twin Cities United Way and as an adjunct faculty member at Hamline University, where she teaches nonprofit management and governance. Kim Borton, board chair of the Minnesota Council on Foundations, said that Brown is the right fit for the role. “Her passion for serving members and her outstanding experience are the right combination to lead our collective advancement of prosperity and equity across Minnesota,” Borton said in a statement. [related_articles location=”left” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”]
20 Mar 19
Nachrichten Welt

Das späte Tor von Ben Woodburn brachte Ryan Giggs als Trainer aus 10 Spielen zum vierten Mal Ben Woodburns Nachwuchssieger rettete Wales 'Blushes, als der internationale Fußball nach Wrexham zurückkehrte, mit einem nicht überzeugenden Freundschaftssieg gegen Trinidad und Tobago. In Vorbereitung auf das Eröffnungsspiel der Euro 2020 gegen die Slowakei am Sonntag ruhte Trainer Ryan […]

20 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

The late goal by Ben Woodburn brought Ryan Giggs as coach out of 10 games for the fourth time Ben Woodburn's junior rescued Wales & # 39; Blushes as international football returned to Wrexham with an unconvincing friendship win over Trinidad and Tobago. In preparation for the opening match of the Euro 2020 against Slovakia […]