ABC NewsBy MAX GOLEMBO, ABC News(NEW YORK) — A frontal storm system will move into the Mid-Atlantic states Thursday and will bring a threat for damaging winds and tornadoes from Washington, D.C. to Philadelphia.Severe storms are expected to blossom in the early afternoon Thursday in western Pennsylvania and West Virginia and move east into the I-95 corridor between 5 and 6 p.m. ET.These storms come after more than a foot of rain fell in the southern Plains. Now a flash flood threat moves into Ohio Valley for Thursday.Rounds of heavy rain will continue to move over the same areas and that could produce flash flooding Thursday morning and into the afternoon. Locally, an additional 2 to 3 inches of rain is possible from Louisville, Kentucky, to Cincinnati and into Charleston, West Virginia.Meanwhile, a heat dome will continue to build in the West, pushing temperatures into the 100s.Numerous heat warnings, watches and advisories have been issued for Oregon, California, Nevada, Arizona and Utah.Some cities could even see near-record highs Thursday, including Medford, Oregon and Portland, Oregon.Copyright © 2020, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
Recommended for you ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsSwedish star Jonas Larholm will play in Danish Team Tvis Holstebro after two seasons in Hungarian Pick Szeged! Swedish NT left back has signed three years contract with ambitious member of the Danish handball elite, currently the fourth team of the Championship. The first pick for the replacement is legendary Croatian star Blazenko Lackovic (33). Member of HSV Handball, who won all the medals in decade with Croatian national team since 2003 and WCh gold in Portugal, is on the end of the contract with the German team.Lackovic is ready to leave DKB Bundesliga in order to save more energy for the next few years of TOP handball. Hungarian second best team seems as the perfect choice, closer to home, but always with the highest possible ambitions at the VELUX EHF Champions League with lower intensity of playing at domestic Championship. Negotiations are on the way…Lackovic has won the DKB Bundesliga and EHF CL with HSV Handball since 2008. Before that he spent four seasons at SG Flensburg. He was voted for the WCH 2009 best left back. Related Items:Blazenko Lackovic, Jonas Larholm, Pick Szeged “THE LAST GOLDEN CROATIAN BOY” – Blazenko Lackovic retires! Click to comment Matej Gaber to stay at MOL Pick Szeged until 2024 ShareTweetShareShareEmail Barca put Pick Szeged on RK Vardar in TOP 16 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
6.Porto5212150:1605 8.Motor Zaporozhye5014150:1721 Pingback: THW Kiel gagne à Montpellier – Veszprem aggrave la crise du RK Vardar – Handball Actu 1.Kiel5410162:1349 THW Kiel with +5 from Szeged EHF CL: Meshkov, PSG and Telekom Veszprem cruised to QF ShareTweetShareShareEmailCommentsTHW Kiel at the TOP, Meshkov Brest and Motor Zaporozhye at the bottom of the VELUX EHF Champions League Preliminary Group afte five matches.Here are all the results and goalscorers:Telekom Veszprém – HC Vardar Skopje 39:30 (21:17) 3.Montpellier5302140:1366 1 Comment ShareTweetShareShareEmail Porto – Motor 35:35Porto: Andre Gomes 8, Antonio Areia 7, Alexis Borges 6, Diogo Branquinho 3, Daymaro Salina 3, Rui Silva 2, Miguel Martins 2, Anger Hernandez 2, Yoan Blanco 1, Fabio Magalhaes 1.Motor: Barys Pukhouski 12, Igor Soroka 6, Vladyslav Dontsov 3, Aidenas Malasinskas 3, Dmytro Doroshchuk 2, Zakhar Denysov 2, Artem Kozakevych 2, Stanislav Zhukov 2, Victor Kireev 1, Dener Jaanimaa 1, Maxim Babichev 1.MONTPELLIER HB (FRA) – THW KIEL: 30:33 (16:17)Montpellier HB: Sego (1.-20., 1 saves), Bonnefoi (20.-60., 11 saves), Portner (n.e.); Simonet (3), Villeminot (1), Truchanovicius (5), Descat (8/3), Grebille, Tskhovrebadze, Bos (2), Mengon, Pettersson, Porte (7), Afgour (1), Soussi (3); Trainer: CanayerTHW Kiel: N. Landin (44.-60., 5 saves), Quenstedt (1.-44., 9 saves); Duvnjak (4), Reinkind (5), M. Landin, Kristjánsson (n.e.), Wiencek (n.e.), Ekberg (4/1), Rahmel, Dahmke (2), Zarabec, Horak, Bilyk (2), Pekeler (5), Nilsson (11); Trainer: JichaMeshkov Brest – PGE VIVE Kielce 27:31 (9:15)Meshkov Brest : Pesić, Mackiewicz 1 – Kankaras 2, Kułak 1, Szkurinskij 2, Andrejew, Jurynok 1, Accambray 6, Szumak, Baranow, Razgor 3, Selwasiuk 1, Djukić 4, Vilipau 4, Malus.PGE VIVE Kielce: Kornecki, Wolff – A. Dujshebaev 4, Pehlivan 2, Aguinagalde 4, Janc 4, Lijewski, Jurkiewicz 1, Kulesz 7, Moryto 4, Fernandez Perez 5, Karalek, Guillo. HC Vardar Skopje: Ghedbane, Kugis, Kizikj – Stoilov, Kukulovski, Dimitrovski, Kristopans 3, Sikosek Pelko 4, Dissinger 5, Atman 1, Skube 2, Kalarash 1, Cupic 3 (1), Dibirov 8, Shishkarev 3, Gorpishin Related Items:EHF Champions League, Montpellier handball, RK Vardar, THW Kiel, Veszprem handball 4.Vardar5302146:1586 7.Meshkov Brest5104133:1472 Recommended for you 5.Vive Kielce5212151:1455 EHF CL: Aalborg, Kiel and Nantes reach quater-finals Telekom Veszprém: Sterbik, Cupara – Manaskov 3, Yahia 4, Tönnesen 2, Gajic, Nilsson 6, Marguc 2, Lauge 8, Strlek 4 (2), Terzic, Blagotinsek, Nenadic 5, Mackovsek 1, Lékai 1, Borozan 3 STANDING: 1 Comment 2.Telekom Veszprem5302166:1466 Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Nominations have poured in for NHS heroes to be recognised by Swans Travel and Simon Wood and receive complimentary meals.The Manchester-based operator teamed up with the BBC MasterChef champion as its Managing Director, Kieran Swindells, felt that the company should recognise the work of the NHS staff working to fight the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.Participants are invited to tag an NHS worker on social media alongside a short message to be in with a chance of winning.Salford City Co-Owner Paul Scholes will select 10 ‘NHS heroes’ tomorrow (29 April), who will each receive two complimentary ‘Wood at Home’ meals, personally delivered by Swans Travel the following weekend.“Simon Wood and Paul Scholes are ‘friends of Swans’, so we reached out to them for their support in recognising the outstanding work of the NHS frontline staff,” says Kieran.Nominations can be made on the Swans Travel Instagram post.
Funk band extraordinaire Lettuce has announced exciting plans to hit New York, NY for two-nights in January! The band will literally kick 2016 off with a bang, playing on January 1st and 2nd at Brooklyn Bowl, presented by Live for Live Music.The band is fresh off a fiery two-night run at the PlayStation Theater, just days after their highly-anticipated fourth album Crush was released. The funky momentum is at an all-time high for Lettuce, and the fans couldn’t be happier.Lettuce Brings Weekend-Long Funk Fest To NYC [Gallery]The shows will include two sets, with one at around 10:30 PM and the other starting at 12:30 AM, giving Phish phans ample time to cruise out to Williamsburg on the L Train after the music at Madison Square Garden.Tickets go on sale this Friday, November 20th, and more information can be found here for night one and here for night two.The band will be coming off a huge New Year’s Eve blowout with Turbo Suit and Future Rock at the Riviera Theatre in Chicago. Get more info on that here.[Photo by Patrick Hughes]
The Belles Against Violence Office (BAVO) will offer an opportunity for students to learn about Green Dot at the Saint Mary’s basketball game against Hope College on Jan. 18 at 3 p.m. in the Angela Athletic and Wellness Complex.BAVO offers a variety of resources for Saint Mary’s students, including violence prevention training and counseling services.This upcoming event will focus on the Green Dot program, which educates students about bystander intervention. The program’s message of violence prevention is what sports information director Sarah Miesle said inspired her to become a certified Green Dot instructor in 2017.“The message of Green Dot is just trying to make our community and our surroundings a safer, better place to be in — to be good members of those communities.” Miesle said. “It’s a bystander intervention training. … It teaches you that you always have some kind of opportunity to help people.”The Green Dot program will be advertised throughout the upcoming basketball game as players on both teams will have green incorporated in their uniforms. An information table with a raffle will also be set up in gymnasium. Any of the supporters attending the game can visit the Green Dot table for more information about the program.“We’ll share just a little blurb about what Green Dot is as a bystander intervention program, and give them attainable ways to intervene in potentially violent situations,” BAVO coordinator Liz Coulston said. “Along with that, we do have a drawing at our table for this really cute Saint Mary’s bag.”This is an opportunity for students, parents, faculty and community members to engage with Green Dot, Coulston said.“The goal is to just have conversations with people [so] that they understand what [Green Dot] is,” Coulston said. “… We really believe in teaching our student athletes and students as a whole about the resources they have and things that they can learn.”Students can also learn more about ways to get involved with BAVO and how to spread their message through email updates and BAVO’s Instagram page, Miesle said.Game attendees are encouraged to wear green in support of Green Dot.“We know how great of a campus community we have,” Miesle said. “And it’s [because of] the strength of the students, it’s the strength of the faculty and staff showing up and being supportive [of] one another.”Tags: BAVO, bystander intervention, Green Dot, Green Dot Training, Saint Mary’s Basketball
“As a veteran myself I appreciate everyone coming out and taking time to pause of reflect on the men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice,” Weaver said. There are plenty of chances to honor our nation’s fallen military on Memorial Day.The first will be with a special event at 11 a.m. Monday at Oak Bluff Memorial Park, 618 Block St. in Port Neches. The Rev. Kevin “Kikker” McWilliams will be the speaker in the event sponsored by Oak Bluff, Dews Memorials and Melancon’s Funeral Home. A second event will begin with music at 2 p.m. and the ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Monday at Veteran’s Memorial Park, 7626 Texas 73 not far from the Veteran’s Memorial Bridge in Port Arthur.The guest speaker will be U.S. Rep. Randy Weber, R-Tx. Jefferson County Commissioner Brent Weaver said there would be activities and displays on hand during the annual event.
Chrissy Teigen, Caroline Bowman, Caroline Innerbichler & John Legend at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre(Photo provided by Disney Theatrical Production) Hollywood power couple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen let the sun shine on when they attended a recent performance of Disney’s Frozen at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles. Legend, who was recently named PEOPLE’s Sexiest Man Alive 2019, and Teigen took their young daughter Luna to see the family-favorite show and to meet the stars of the show: Caroline Bowman (Elsa) and Caroline Innerbichler (Anna). Teigen posted on her Twitter that Luna had her “first star struck moment” when she met the Queen of Arendelle. Legend and Teigen posed for a fun photo with Bowman and Innerbichler backstage at the theater, where Frozen is running through February 2, 2020. Check out the cute snapshot and get your tickets to see Disney’s Frozen tour when it comes to a city close to you! View Comments luna’s first star struck moment!! honestly the LA Broadway show at pantages was the best show I have ever seen – go!! pic.twitter.com/I1ME2MUkKw— christine teigen (@chrissyteigen) December 15, 2019
University of Vermont,Vermont Business Magazine University of Vermont President Suresh Garimella and Burlington Mayor Miro Weinberger today marked the university’s 100,000th coronavirus test since the start of the fall semester by thanking students for their adherence to testing protocols, and health and safety measures. UVM has reported 27 total positive test results for COVID-19.“Today, I especially want to thank our students for all of their cooperation and efforts to protect our university and our community from COVID-19,” said Garimella. “Let me be clear—this is as much recognition of the stakes at hand, as it is celebration of what we have achieved to date. We do not lose sight of the fact that we are in the middle of a pandemic that has had devastating effects and we cannot lose sight of the fact that there are challenges ahead. However, it’s important we acknowledge the efforts that have enabled us to continue in-person classes despite the pandemic.”During her recent visit to UVM, Ambassador-at-Large Deborah Birx, M.D. gave great credit to UVM students for the role they are playing in keeping new coronavirus test positivity rates among the lowest of any campus in the nation. She underscored the importance of mask wearing, social distancing, handwashing. Dr. Birx also emphasized the value of extensive surveillance testing.UVM administers more than 10,000 student tests per week, a testing volume that is five times higher than the average for colleges and universities partnering with the Broad Institute. The positivity rate has remained low, with the past week’s figure being less than 0.01 percent.Weinberger also credited students. “There has not been enough attention to what a great job UVM students have done throughout the time since they’ve been back,” Weinberger said. “Thank you for the commitment to wearing masks that I see as a neighbor, it’s really been just an outstanding effort and one that is very much appreciated by the people of Burlington.”“I want to reinforce that now is not the time to relax our efforts,” Garimella said. “It’s critical that we do not let down our guard. With cases spiking throughout the nation, including here in Vermont, and the number of tourists arriving in our state, we must maintain our good practices. This is especially the case as we head toward Halloween, the election, Thanksgiving, and weather that tends to keep us inside. We have come too far, and worked too hard, to jeopardize what we have achieved. Indeed, I know you will serve as ambassadors as you go back home for the holidays and work to keep your family and friends safe.”Garimella also acknowledged that’s it’s been hard work for students under unprecedented circumstances. “Wearing masks, social distancing, and getting tested weekly are not part of the usual college experience. I know this has been difficult for you, our students. We are social creatures, and college is a time when you forge many lifelong friendships. But I credit you with finding ways to do that while keeping your friends, your community, and many others you may never meet, safe. This is what it means to be a good citizen. And you have demonstrated this at a time when good citizenship is especially important.”At the event, Garimella introduced Emily Scarbrough, a first-year student in the College of Arts and Sciences, who was identified as the 100,000th test recipient. “Starting my college career during a pandemic has certainly been interesting and a little overwhelming at times,” said Scarbrough. “One thing that I’m so glad to be at UVM for is that everyone here truly wants to be safe and wants (UVM) to remain open, so everyone is doing all that they can to stay socially distant, do activities outdoors when they can, wear their masks and get their weekly tests.”
Related Sonny’s business, AREVO, is pioneering development of carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) composites. This material has a high strength-to-weight ratio; and is used in the new Superstrata bike. The bike itself is billed as ‘the world’s first made-to-measure 3D-printed bicycle with an impact-resistant unibody carbon fibre frame.’Sonny talks through his journey with the new bike; how long it takes to print a 3-D bike; how Covid-19 helped accelerate bringing the brand to market; and why now is a great time to start up a business.www.superstrata.bike Continuing our series of ‘inside the news’ video interviews, endurance.biz spoke with Sonny Vu, CEO at AREVO (the company behind the new Superstrata bike)The discussion explored a variety of areas… From Sonny’s background as the founder and CEO at Misfit Wearables, he then went on to establish Alabaster. This venture capital & private equity firm advises and invests in ‘deeptech startups that have the potential for positive, planet-level impact.’