FacebookTwitterCopy LinkEmail Police Investigating Outside American LegionAUGUST 28TH, 2017 CHELSEA KOERBLER EVANSVILLE, INDIANA One man is dead, three others are injured following an early morning shooting in Evansville.When Evansville Police arrived to the 1100 block of Chestnut Street shortly after 2 a.m. Sunday, they found one victim, Anthony Blaylock, laying on the side of the American Legion Building with multiple gunshot wounds. He was taken to Deaconess Hospital, where he died from his injuries.While police were still on scene investigating the shooting, they were told two other victims arrived at Deaconess Hospital, and another arrived at St. Vincent.Police are still investigating this incident.An autopsy on Blaylock is scheduled for today.
Free-from bakery business Genius Foods has appointed Liam McHugh as a new director to help strengthen its senior management team.McHugh, who has previously worked for Warburtons and Unilever, has been appointed manufacturing director, and will oversee the development of the manufacturing strategy for the Genius and Livwell brands, both of which produce a range of gluten- and wheat-free bakery products.In addition, he will help to develop the firm’s own-label capability which Genius has said will “achieve the company’s ambitious domestic and international growth targets”.It comes after it was revealed earlier this month that Genius has acquired two bakeries from Finsbury Foods, including United Central Bakeries in Bathgate and Livwell in Hull.Roz Cuschieri, chief executive of Genius, said: “Liam brings a wealth of experience and expertise to Genius. He has an in-depth knowledge of manufacturing processes, change management, people development, plus innovation and is perfectly suited to help drive our expansion plans at home and internationally.”Liam’s appointment reinforces our ambitions to become a truly global brand. He joins a world-class senior management team and will play a pivotal role in Genius’ future.”McHugh said: “Genius is one of the most high-profile, innovative and fast-growing food businesses in the UK. I am delighted to have an opportunity to help the company to continue to grow and expand.”
Pitcher Jordan Montgomery didn’t have a complaint about the fans, but did say the Phillies announcers were being loud.Jordan Montgomery was not happy with the noise coming from the Phillies announcers.”I heard yesterday that their announcers were being really loud mid-pitch during JA and other guys’ pitches and not doing the same for their team.”pic.twitter.com/oSqzgroOTM— Ryan Field (@RyanFieldABC) August 7, 2020As for the Phillies themselves, the players seemed to enjoy the noise.“It’s nice to hear something even if they are quite far away. They had the horn going pretty well tonight and I heard a few of their chants,” J.T. Realmuto said. “It’s fun to get a little bit of fans out there. It’s better than listening to silence. It definitely doesn’t hurt. It’s nice to hear something out there and hear that support. It’s better to have them out there than not.” Yankees manager Aaron Boone was not pleased with Phillies fans, even if his team was playing in front of an empty crowd.Boone was seen complaining to umpires during Thursday’s game between the two teams, and the broadcast crew assumed he was upset with the noise from fans outside. Those fans are known as The Phandemic Krew, named after the pandemic hitting the country right now and the son of Bryce Harper (Krew). The fans have caused quite a bit of noise since the start of the MLB season. At one point they had a drum line, and during Thursday’s Yankees game they were using an airhorn.Yankees manager Aaron Boone is apparently NOT a fan of the airhorn that Phillies’ fans have outside the ballpark and complained. 😂 pic.twitter.com/tafCDeqLkZ— NBC Sports Philadelphia (@NBCSPhilly) August 6, 2020MORE: A’s bench coach apologizes for Nazi saluteAfter the game, Boone admitted he had a discussion with the umpires over the noise.”It sounded like a horn was going off as the pitch [was being thrown]. And you know, in the environment we’re in, it’s almost like a golf environment where that sudden thing can … So I thought there was a timing element to it,” Boone said. “I didn’t necessarily think they would be able to do anything about it. I didn’t necessarily know who or where it was coming from, but it was something I at least wanted to point out.”MORE: Blue Jays forced to remove pitcher who wasn’t on umpires’ lineup cardBoone added the umpires said they couldn’t really do anything unless they saw fans actually in the ballpark. Baseball players, and athletes in general, are used to crowd noise, but there is a difference when someone is blowing an airhorn. There’s a reason (actually a few reasons) why fans can’t bring airhorns inside the ballpark. But since the stadium is empty, the airhorns from outside the ballpark are able to be heard much clearer.Yankees outfielder Mike Tauchman also said he could hear the noise from fans.”You could hear it. It was pretty loud,” Tauchman said earlier in the week. “Philadelphia is known for having a pretty passionate fan base and those guys want to find a way to support their team even though they can’t be in the stadium and that’s how they chose to show their fandom tonight.”
“The precipitation and broad” which means Palm Beach County is only expected to be impacted by occasional showers, downpours, and gusty winds throughout Saturday, and spotty showers on Sunday, CBS12 reports. Tropical Storm Nestor is bearing down on the Florida Panhandle.The storm is packing heavy rain, high winds, and possible tornadoes.Tropical-storm and storm-surge warnings are posted along Florida’s west-central coast, and a tornado watch is in effect for much of central Florida until noon today.Nestor is about 80 miles west-southwest of Panama City and is expected to make landfall around midday.Daytona Beach has already broken its daily rainfall record today with over three inches.Tropical Storm Nestor is not expected to affect Palm Beach County as much, according to CBS12.
A 59-year-old Indiana man is accused of contacting children in Broward County and talking them into exposing themselves on their cellphones or computers.Pierre Alexander Detarnowsky, Jr. was arrested in Brown County, Indiana, on October 1 on four charges, including solicitation of a minor for unlawful sexual activity via computer and lewd and lascivious molestation of a victim 12 to 16 years of age by an offender over 18, court records show.He was extradited back to Broward County and jailed on November 21.Officials added eight more charges at his court hearing on Saturday. They include transmitting material by electronic device that is harmful to minors and unlawful use of a two-way communication device.Detarnowsky’s preliminary bond on the eight additional charges totals $200,000.According to the arrest report, he used online services between September 25, 2018 and April 7 of this year to “seduce, solicit, lure or entice a child… to engage in unlawful sexual activity via a two-way communication device, to wit: a cellphone.”The report also states that on March 27, he contacted a 12- to 16-year old child and asked the minor to fondle themselves.Last April, while in Indiana, Detarnowsky transmitted to a child here in South Florida, “an image, information or data that is harmful to minors,” according to the report.Another court hearing is scheduled for Monday.
Fire Rescue personnel transported the victim to a local hospital. His condition is currently unknown.No other information has been released as of this time. Lifeguards rescued an unidentified man who was caught in a rip current near Riviera Beach just before noon Saturday.The incident happened behind the Marriott Oceana Palms resort at 3200 North Ocean Drive on Singer Island.Several units from Riviera Beach Fire Rescue and Ocean Rescue responded to the scene.
Meghan and Prince Harry Wax Figures Removed from Royal Family Display https://t.co/kQjt4uSMkP— TMZ (@TMZ) January 9, 2020 A new report says Oprah Winfrey may have been behind Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s exit from the UK by encouraging them to build their own brand.The disgruntled royals have trademarked “Sussex Royal” on more than 100 properties in the UK, including clothing and charitable endeavors, with a predicted revenue of over $500-million. Now, Oprah Winfrey has denied claims she advised the Duke and Duchess of Sussex on their bombshell decision to step back as senior royals. … ‘Oprah was the first person to talk to Harry and Meghan about breaking free and doing their own thing, building on their own brand’, the source told Page Six.Despite claims Oprah had advised the couple on their ‘declaration of independence’, the producer has since denied she was involved in the decision. She told People: ‘Meghan and Harry do not need my help figuring out what’s best for them’.The TV star, who is a friend of Meghan Markle and her mother Doria Ragland, was reported yesterday to have been the ‘first person’ to discuss ‘breaking free’ from the Royal Family with the couple.An insider added that Oprah, 65, had encouraged the pair to ‘do their own thing’ and ‘build their own brand’ in North America.Meghan Markle has already returned to Canada after she and Prince Harry announced their plans to step back as senior members of the royal family earlier in the week. Prince Harry stayed behind in England to clean up the mess and continue the discussion with his family about their plans. The Queen wants princes Charles and William to begin negotiations with Harry, and get a deal done within day.The couple plans to split their time between the U.K. and North America and become “financially independent” from the royal family. Also, the wax figures of Prince Harry and former American actress Meghan Markle are being removed from Madame Tussauds museum in London.
Authorities arrested a Mississippi man who, police say, faked his own death to avoid prosecution in the alleged rape of his 14-year-old stepdaughter.On Wednesday, 43-year-old Jacob Blair Scott was arrested in the Antlers, Oklahoma, area after Pushmataha County Sheriff’s Office received a tip describing Scott and saying he was living in an RV.Scott was added to the US Marshals 15 Most Wanted list, according to US Marshals Inspector Jeremy Stilwell.Police say he was not cooperative at first, and denied his identity. Authorities were able to verify it was him by by his tattoos.The US Marshals said they believed Scott had faked a suicide on his boat to avoid prosecution and could have lived off the grid, thanks to his military training. Officials offered a reward of up to $25,000 for information leading to his arrest.Scott has been indicted on 14 counts, including sexual battery, touching a child for lustful purposes and exploitation of a child. He’s also wanted by federal authorities in Mississippi for unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.He’s being held in the Pittsburg County jail in Oklahoma.
A recent video has Everglades officials feeling hopeful about the current snake problem.The video Tweeted this weekend shows an alligator eating a Burmese python.The snakes are not native to Florida, and they have upset the Everglades ecosystem.In the video, though, Everglades officials say this invasive Burmese python was no match for our mighty, native American alligator.They also say they hope this is a sign that our native animals are fighting back against the invasive predator.
The United States Senate voted not to impeach President Trump Wednesday on two articles of impeachment. In Article 1 Abuse of Power 52 Not Guilty and 48 Guilty. Mitt Romney was the only Republican to vote guilty.In Article 2 Obstruction of Congress. 53 Not Guilty and 47 Guilty. We will have more reaction on this story throughout the evening and tomorrow morning with Jennifer Ross and Bill Adams.