AUSTIN, TX – OCTOBER 27: A cheerleader of the Texas Longhorns show Hook’em Horns during the game against the Nebraska Cornhuskers at Darrell K Royal-Texas Memorial Stadium October 27, 2007 in Austin, Texas. Texas won 28-25. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)Texas wide receiver Daje Johnson recently released a rap single titled, “Dealer,” and, well, it’s focused on a topic you don’t want a student-athlete to be rapping about. The single, appropriately titled, is about dealing drugs. The track opens, “If you lookin’ for the dealer, I got the plug. Probly catch him with the reefer.” Here’s the full song. It contains lyrics that are not safe for work. Johnson has had somewhat of a troubled career with the Longhorns, catching just five passes for -7 yards in 2014. Reaction to the single getting released was expectedly critical. The 5-foot-10, 184-pound senior later apologized for the song. I apologize for my prior post Dealer. I assure you that I’m still focused on my goals this season…… I just make music for fun— Daje’ Johnson (@BL4CKM4KO) July 8, 2015Texas opens its 2015 season Sept. 5 against Notre Dame. [Burnt Orange Nation]
Story Highlights A refurbished science laboratory was officially handed over to St. Catherine High School in Spanish Town today (April 10) by Member of Parliament and wife of the Prime Minister, the Most. Hon. Juliet Holness, who is a past student. For her part, Chairman, Digicel Foundation, Jean Lowrie-Chin, noted the significance of the project by the Foundation as it celebrates its 15th anniversary this year.“It is a great joy that we are opening this beautifully renovated lab at one of the largest high schools in the Caribbean, which boasts our beloved Prime Minister and his wife, a dynamic Member of Parliament, among its alumni,” she said.Chief Executive Officer, Digicel Foundation, Karlene Dawson, also noted that the laboratory’s renovation represents the Foundation’s ongoing commitment to science education.“The study of science sparks curiosity, encouraging students to inquire and analyse. Science, technology, engineering and mathematics are powerful tools for young Jamaicans navigating their way through life. Our goal is to empower the students and to inspire them to reach greater heights in learning,” she said.To date, the Foundation has partnered with 11 high schools islandwide to renovate and equip them with science labs, while donating an additional 44 mobile science labs to schools with inadequate space for full science labs. A refurbished science laboratory was officially handed over to St. Catherine High School in Spanish Town today (April 10) by Member of Parliament and wife of the Prime Minister, the Most. Hon. Juliet Holness, who is a past student.The laboratory was refurbished at a cost of $10.5 million by the Digicel Foundation.In her address, Mrs. Holness thanked the Digicel Foundation for its donation to the school, adding that the renovated science laboratory will now better assist the students with their preparation for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-based subjects and examinations.Member of Parliament and past student of St. Catherine High School, the Most Hon. Juliet Holness (second left) and Chief Executive Officer, Digicel Foundation, Karlene Dawson (left), observe students, Shennika Christie (right), Charice Walters (second right) and Nadja Hancel, at work in the renovated science laboratory, which was officially handed over to the St. Catherine High School on Wednesday (April 10). At third left is Chairman, Digicel Foundation, Jean Lowrie-Chin. Meanwhile, Principal, St. Catherine High School, Marlon Campbell, is elated about the investment Digicel Foundation has made in the school.“The refurbishing of the chemistry laboratory is an awesome gesture by the Digicel Foundation,” he said.“Our students are full of exuberance and zeal at the sight of the laboratory in its completed state. The new laboratory has already ignited a spirit of excellence, and the psychology of learning has been shifted in the right gear. There is now an enthusiasm of readiness to enter the new space as the students prepare themselves for class,” Mr. Campbell added.Member of Parliament and past student of St. Catherine High School, the Most Hon. Juliet Holness (second right) and Chairman, Digicel Foundation, Jean Lowrie-Chin (right), listen to Shaneilla Barker (left) as she speaks about acid-based titration in the refurbished science laboratory, which was officially handed over to the St. Catherine High School on Wednesday (April 10). Also listening are students (from second left) Nadja Hancel, Charice Walters and Shennika Christie. “The future is really science, technology, engineering and mathematics. If we are to be the people of the future, we should not only be using the telephones and using the computers and playing the games but we are also to be the innovators and creators of the future technology,” Mrs. Holness said.She explained that STEM is on the tongue of every single developing and developed country, and “we want to have our share, and there is no better place to start than here at my alma mater”.Mrs. Holness said she is pleased to see the transition of the school from her days as a student in the 1980s, along with Prime Minister, the Most Hon. Andrew Holness, to where it is now.Minister without Portfolio in the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, with oversight responsibility for the Education Ministry, Hon. Karl Samuda (second left); and Chief Executive Officer, Digicel Jamaica, Justin Morin (left), listen to a science student at St. Catherine High School, Tavar Harriott (right), during a tour of the renovated science laboratory at the school on Wednesday (April 10). In her address, Mrs. Holness thanked the Digicel Foundation for its donation to the school, adding that the renovated science laboratory will now better assist the students with their preparation for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)-based subjects and examinations. The laboratory was refurbished at a cost of $10.5 million by the Digicel Foundation.
Three-star 2018 running back prospect Master Teague committed to Ohio State Sunday afternoon, becoming the 13th player in his class to announce his intention to play for the Buckeyes.Teague becomes the lowest-rated player and the only three-star member of OSU’s 2018 recruiting class. The 247Sports composite rankings slot him as the No. 501 player in the class and 25th-best prospect at his position.pic.twitter.com/ihf8e2fwdD— Master W. Teague III (@33_blackman) June 11, 2017Teague is the third running back in his class to commit to OSU, following four-star prospects Brian Snead (No. 80) and Westerville, Ohio, native Jaelen Gill (No. 34). The Murfreesboro, Tennessee, native Teague is the second player from his state in the 2018 class to commit to play for the Buckeyes.
Ahead of Tuesday’s London derby, Eden Hazard has implored both Chelsea and Tottenham Hotspur fans to steer clear of any sort of abusive behavior.Both Chelsea and Tottenham supporters have been in the spotlight lately for alleged racist and anti-Semitic language, and Eden Hazard has pleaded with both sets of fans to respect each other ahead of Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup semi-final tie at Wembley.“Just watch the game and enjoy the game. For sure after the game one team will win and one team will lose. Try to be fair,” Hazard told Sky Sports.“I like all fans, Spurs also have good away fans. I think it is a good game to play and I hope both fans will enjoy the game.“Of course (I hope both fans respect each other). These kind of fans (who sing abusive chants) are not fans of football, for me.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“They come to the stadium just to say something. I understand they want to win the game but they need to be fair. Just support their team and not the other one.“When we are players, we are examples. The fans are also examples. I want Chelsea fans to be the best in the world. I don’t want to see a bad image of the Chelsea fans, of course.“In football in general, not just Chelsea fans, in Italy, we saw a lot of things.“I want these things to disappear. It’s hard because football is a big world but if we are all together step-by-step, players, managers, journalists, then we can do something. I want people to remember the game.”
00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) — A 61-year-old man was shot during an argument Thursday morning in downtown San Diego’s Marina neighborhood, but he was expected to survive, police said.The argument broke out for an unknown reason a little after midnight in the 200 block of J Street, about two blocks from the Convention Center, San Diego police Officer John Buttle said.“During the argument the suspect took out a gun and shot the victim and ran off eastbound on J Street,” Buttle said. “The victim was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.”Detectives went to investigate the shooting and search for the suspect, who was described as wearing a blue flannel shirt and blue jeans. March 15, 2018 61-year-old man shot during early-morning argument in downtown Posted: March 15, 2018 KUSI Newsroom Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom,
KUSI Newsroom, January 29, 2019 California Border Patrol faces thousands of vacancies Posted: January 29, 2019 KUSI Newsroom 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Tens of millions of dollars have been spent to hire 15,000 new border agents and immigration officers, but there continues to be thousands of vacancies.Former border patrol agent Chris Harris joined KUSI to talk to about the need for employees and how to become part of the workforce. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitter
Upon contact investigation revealed Corona was operating the vehicle with a revoked operator’s license and no motor vehicle insurance. Corona was issued traffic citations for driving revoked in a Double Fines Safety Corridor and driving without motor vehicle insurance in a Double Fines Safety Corridor. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Soldotna AST K-9 Team, on August 7th, attempted to conduct a traffic stop on a red 1998 Pontiac Montana Transport van, at Mile 91 of the Sterling Highway in Homer, after observing the driver failing to wear a seatbelt. Corona was arrested for misdemeanor eluding and was transported and remanded to Wildwood Pretrial where he was released on his own recognizance. The driver and sole occupant later identified as Luis R. Corona (58) YOA of Soldotna failed to pull over. The vehicle eventually came to a stop near the driveway of Backtrackers Trailer Park and Corona fled from the vehicle on foot. K-9 announcements were given and Corona voluntarily gave himself up and was taken into custody without incident.
Category Close-Up The men’s category saw mixed results in the last six months of 2011. Details had a 15 percent decrease in single copy sales from the same period in 2010, down from 49,459 to 42,034. Its total paid and verified total decreased as well, falling to 1.6 percent to 453,246 in second half 2011. GQ saw paid and verified subscription numbers increase 4.5 percent to 980,254 in second half 2011. However, Hearst’s men’s title saw a 13.8 percent drop in single copy sales: second half 2010’s 204,638 single sales decreased to 176,312 sales in second half 2011.Playboy’s total paid and verified subs also stayed relatively flat, with a one percent decline. The magazine’s single copy sales dropped 8 percent, from second half 2010’s 105,046 to second half 2011’s 96,610. Penthouse endured a tough last six months of 2011, with total paid and verified subs down 21 percent to 123,594. Single sale copies were down about 21.5 percent to 48,052 in second half 2011.The magazines of iconic media moguls Martha Stewart and Oprah Winfrey both saw a substantial drop in newsstand sales: Martha Stewart Living numbers fell 17.1 percent, while those of O, the Oprah Magazine plunged by 32 percent.Every Day with Rachael Ray saw a more subtle decline in single copy sales, at 3.8 percent, while elsewhere in the food category, Martha Stewart’s Everday Food retail sales dropped 25.5 percent, despite a 1.9 percent increase in total circulation. Food Network Magazine, a category leader in growth, gained 16.3 percent in newsstand sales, contributing to a 16.4 percent overall rise in total circulation. Meanwhile, Taste of Home experienced a downslide at the newsstand, with a 29.3 percent decrease in single copy sales. Newsweekly competitors TIME and Newsweek both experienced a moderate decrease in total circulation, at .5 and 1.8 percent respectively. TIME’s single copy sales dropped 3.4 percent, while Newsweek’s bumped up a slight .3 percent. The business magazine category has been largely challenged at the newsstand: The Economist sales fell 12.8 percent, Fortune’s numbers dropped 16.8 percent, SmartMoney lost 17.1 percent, and Bloomberg Businessweek fell 9.4 percent. Gainers in the category include Harvard Business Review, which saw an 11.8 percent increase in single copy sales, and Fast Company, with a 5.5 percent jump.The Hispanic magazine category has shown mixed results: while newsstand sales for Cosmopolitan en Español plummeted by 41.6 percent, Latina and Siempre Mujer saw 31.6 percent and 28.7 percent increases respectively. Single copy sales for People en Español also dropped, by 10.6 percent. Despite continued high hopes for the post-recession period, the magazine industry limped through the second half of 2011. ABC’s second-half 2011 FAS FAX reports total paid circulation stayed basically flat from second half 2010 to second half 2011, down about one percent from 305.5 million to 302.45 million. Subscription numbers fared slightly better, up less than one percent from second half 2010’s 260.59 million to second half 2011’s 262.47 million total paid subs.Single copies suffered the most in the last six months of 2011, declining almost 10 percent from second half 2010’s 32.1 million sales to second half 2011’s 28.9 million.Some standout highs (and lows) from ABC’s FAS FAX: southern lifestyle magazine Garden & Gun’s single copy sales leaped almost 46 percent in second half 2011 to 20,083. Afar’s total paid and verified numbers shot up almost 73 percent to 140,708 in the last six months of 2011. On the other side of the scale, Soap Opera Digest’s total paid and verified numbers fell 40 percent to 292,219 in second half 2011. ESPN The Magazine’s single copy sales dropped 39 percent in the last six months of 2011 to 12,313 copies.
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Avengers: Endgame box office collectionTwitterAvengers Endgame created history by becoming the biggest Hollywood opener at the Indian box office with a collection of Rs 53.10 crore on first day. Although the movie witnessed a little dip in its collection on day 2, it conveniently crossed Rs 100 crore mark at the domestic market.Avengers Endgame has been one of the most awaited films of 2019, and its performance at the box office highlights the same. Having received positive reviews from critics, and immense word of mouth, Avengers Endgame has simply taken the box office by storm, not just internationally but also in India.Having been released on 2845 screens across India, the superhero film collected Rs 53.10 crore on opening day, beating the highest Hindi opener till date Thugs of Hindostan, which had earned Rs 52.25 crore on opening day.Not just that, it became the biggest Hollywood opener till date in India. Continuing the overwhelming momentum, Avengers Endgame dominated the box office on day 2, Saturday as well. The film collected Rs 51.40 crore at Indian box office on second day, and crossed the century mark conveniently (all languages).”#AvengersEndgame is rewriting record books… Puts up a HISTORIC total on Day 2… Eyes ₹ 150 cr+ weekend… No biggie from *Hindi* film industry has achieved the target so far… Fri 53.10 cr, Sat 51.40 cr. Total: ₹ 104.50 cr Nett BOC. India biz. Gross BOC: ₹ 124.40 cr,” trade analyst Taran Adarsh tweeted.Considering the current trend, the Hollywood biggie is likely to break several box office records in coming days.