iStock(SUNNYVALE, Calif.) — A driver in California sped through an intersection and plowed into a group of pedestrians on Tuesday night, injuring at least eight people, including a 13-year-old.The crash took place at about 6:30 p.m. in Sunnyvale, a suburb of San Jose, and about 45 minutes south of San Francisco.A Sunnyvale police spokesperson said, according to witness statements, the driver did not appear to slow down, and hit pedestrians in the crosswalk and on the sidewalk.“We do have witness statements that show that vehicle did not attempt to slow down or brake, and the scene itself doesn’t show any evidence of breaking,” Jim Choi, of the Sunnyvale Department of Public Safety, said.The driver was taken into custody at the scene.Video from the scene showed a black sedan with heavy front-end damage sitting off the side of the road against a tree.“It looks like it may have been an intentional act. All of that is under investigation at this time,” Choi said, adding, “We know that this is an isolated event in that no one is outstanding, no danger to the community.”Multiple ambulances were called to the scene to assist with the injured patients, but the exact nature of the injuries was still unclear.“We do know that several of the patients that we had treated on scene had serious injuries — we just don’t know the extent,” Choi said.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Brad James FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailMen’s BasketballRICHFIELD, Utah-Deng Dut posted 28 points and 9 assists on 8-15 from the field and KT Raimey added 23 points on 3-6 behind the arc as the Southern Idaho Golden Eagles got past Salt Lake Community College 94-84 at the Sevier Valley Center Saturday to clinch the Region XVIII tournament championship. The Golden Eagles next advance to the NJCAA Tournament April 19-24 at Hutchinson, Kan. Southern Idaho is presently 21-3 and concludes the SWAC portion of its schedule with a 14-2 mark in conference play.Bendji Pierre’s 14 points and 6 rebounds on 5-10 from the field led the Bruins (20-4, 12-4 in SWAC play) in the loss.Snow shooting guard Matt Norman (17.5 points, 3.5 rebounds per game in the tournament made the all-tournament team. He also shot 53 percent (8-15) from behind the arc in the tournament. Here is the men’s all-tournament team joining Norman as follows:All-Tournament TeamTournament MVP: Deng Dut-Southern Idaho (17.5 points, 7.5 rebounds per game in the tournament)KT Raimey-Southern Idaho (17 points, 4 rebounds per game, 50 percent shooting from the field and the 3-point line in the tournament)Madit Lueeth-Southern Idaho (10 points per game, a perfect 4-4 from the field in the tournament)Marvin Price-SLCC (18 points, 3.5 rebounds per game, 50 percet shooting from the field and 3-point line in the tournament)Jackson Last-SLCC (12.5 points, 5.5 rebounds per game, 70 percet shooting from field, 50 percent from 3-point lie in the tournament)Jesse White-USU-Eastern Utah (15.5 points, 4 rebounds per game)Women’s BasketballRICHFIELD, Utah-Jordan Todd posted 15 points and 6 rebounds on 6-8 shooting as the Southern Idaho Golden Eagles routed Snow 83-57, winning the Region XVIII title Saturday at the Sevier Valley Center.Kaitlin Burgess, who was named the tournament MVP, added 14 points and 6 rebounds for Southern Idaho as the Golden Eagles improved to 19-5 and 12-4 in SWAC play. Burgess averaged 18 points and 6.5 rebounds per game in this tournament for CSI.Danielle Ross had 15 points on 5-10 from the field in defeat for the Badgers, who end the season at 17-7 and 10-6 in SWAC play.Two Badgers were named to the all-region XVIII team. They include freshman guard Kennedy Eskelson, who averaged 12.3 points and 5.7 rebounds per game in this tournament and freshman guard/forward Ashlee Edwards (14.3 points, 6.3 rebounds per game in the tournament).Southern Idaho next advances to the NJCAA Championship Tournament April 19-24 at Lubbock, Texas.The all-tournament team for the women is as follows:MVP: Kaitlin Burgess-Southern IdahoAll-Tournament Team:Awa Sidibe-SLCC (24 points, 11 rebounds in the Bruins’ only game of the tournament)Kinlee Toomer-USU-Eastern Utah-(11.5 points, 6.5 rebounds per game, 53 percent shooting from the field, 87 percent shooting from the foul line in the tournament)Courtney Stothard-Southern Idaho (9.5 points per game, 58 percent shooting from the field, 50 percent shooting behind the arc in the tournament)Kennedy Eskelson-Snow (12.3 points, 5.7 rebounds per game in the tournament)Jordan Todd-Southern Idaho (11 points, 6 rebounds per game, 64 percent shooting from the field)Ashlee Edwards-Snow (14.3 points, 6.3 rebounds per game in the tournament) Written by April 10, 2021 /Sports News – Local Region XVIII Championship Game Roundup: 4/10
Arsenal star Dani Ceballos suffers injury scare on international duty Ceballos is on international duty with Spain (Picture: Getty)Dani Ceballos has reportedly suffered an injury scare on international duty with Spain.The midfielder has been one of Arsenal’s stand-out players this season and linked up with Spain ahead of their European qualifiers against Norway and Spain.Spanish outlet AS claims Ceballos is now a doubt for the clash with Norway on Saturday after picking up a hamstring issue.The 23-year-old underwent an MRI scan on Tuesday after bowing out of training with muscular discomfort, which ruled out any serious injury.ADVERTISEMENT Ceballos has settled in quickly at Arsenal (Picture: Getty)Ceballos was unable to train fully on Wednesday morning and retired ten minutes earlier than his team-mates.AdvertisementAdvertisementHowever, his early withdrawal from training was precautionary. Ceballos’ hamstring issue is thought to be fatigue related after his busy start to the season.Unai Emery will not want to lose Ceballos to injury, but he is expected to be available when Spain take on Sweden on Tuesday.More: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man CityArsenal travel to Sheffield United once the international is over, with the Gunners sitting in third place in the Premier League.Ceballos, on loan from Real Madrid, has emerged quickly as an influential player at the Emirates and hinted he could stay at Arsenal beyond the end of the season.‘Going to Arsenal has been a very important step in my career,’ he said. Ceballos is a doubt for Spain’s game at the weekend (Picture: Getty)‘I don’t feel sorry for not being in Madrid. Right now I am where I want to be and I am very happy. My idea was to go out, play and enjoy football.‘In the previous two years I had not done so. My goal is only to work to keep doing things right.‘I have eight months left at Arsenal, I can only thank them for the confidence that the coach and fans have placed in me, who have already made me a song.‘I am very happy there and I hope to continue for a long time.’More: FootballBruno Fernandes responds to Man Utd bust-up rumours with Ole Gunnar SolskjaerNew Manchester United signing Facundo Pellistri responds to Edinson Cavani praiseArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira moves Comment Coral BarryWednesday 9 Oct 2019 11:46 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link82Shares Advertisement Advertisement
January 16, 2020 Pennsylvania Awards $2.4 Million to Help Schools and Employers Prepare Students for In-Demand Careers Press Release, Schools That Teach, Workforce Development Governor Tom Wolf today announced more than $2.4 million has been awarded to local workforce development boards (LWDBs) to help businesses and school districts work together to better prepare students for in-demand careers across Pennsylvania.“These investments will give students the technical training they need to get good-paying jobs when they join the workforce,” said Governor Wolf. “Building business and education partnerships will help ensure our students have the skills they need to succeed in today’s economy, while simultaneously creating new generations of highly-skilled workers for Pennsylvania employers.”The Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) awarded $2.4 million for Business-Education Partnership (BEP) grants to 19 LWDBs. The partnerships will connect schools, employers, and students to provide career-related experiences and opportunities through soft-skills development, internships, workplace shadowing, and career mentoring, all with the goal of preparing students for good local jobs.L&I Secretary Jerry Oleksiak today highlighted the $100,000 grant award for the Delaware County Workforce Development Board (DCWDB) at a press conference in Media, where he was joined by Educational Data Systems Inc. (EDSI), Delaware County Community College, and local workforce development and education representatives. Oleksiak then visited the College’s nursing and manufacturing simulation labs where students receive hand-on training on industry relevant equipment.“Last year the commonwealth funded BEP grant activities to serve more than 20,000 individuals across the commonwealth,” said Oleksiak. “These strategic partnerships benefit employers by educating tomorrow’s workforce and helping them become more job-ready, while providing students with a solid first work experience to put them squarely on the path to success.”The DCWDB, in partnership with EDSI, will use BEP funds to expand the Two-Generation Career Exploration and Education Program to serve adults and high school students residing in Delaware County who are interested in exploring manufacturing or health care careers. Now in its sixth year, the program’s goal is to provide activities for both students and their parents or guardians to better prepare them to join the workforce in high-priority occupations.“The Business-Education Partnership grant provided the opportunity for EDSI, the Chamber of Commerce, local school districts, the Delaware County Community College and employers to work in a true collaborative spirit to positively impact youth in our county,” said EDSI Regional Director of Operations Roe Falcone. “This collaboration provided youth with the opportunity to learn about the health care and manufacturing fields through career panels, a career awareness day and industry specific boot camps.”The following 19 LWDBs received Business-Education Partnership grants:Berks County Workforce Development Board $110,955Bucks County Workforce Development Board $118,200Central Pennsylvania Workforce Development Board $121,080Chester County Workforce Development Board $150,000Delaware County Workforce Development Board $100,000Lackawanna County Workforce Development Board $158,915Lancaster County Workforce Development Board $100,000Luzerne-Schuylkill Workforce Development Board $100,000North Central Workforce Development Board $191,498Northern Tier Workforce Development Board $131,006Northwest Workforce Development Board $120,000Philadelphia Workforce Development Board $137,952Pocono Counties Workforce Development Board $100,000South Central Workforce Development Board $200,000Southern Alleghenies Workforce Development Board $ 77,387Southwest Corner Workforce Development Board $100,000Three Rivers Workforce Development Board $161,958Tri-County Workforce Development Board $100,000West Central Workforce Development Board $150,000The Business-Education Partnership grants from L&I are funded at 100 percent through federal money made available from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunities Act. For more information about the Business-Education Partnership awards, visit the Department of Labor & Industry.For more information about pursuing an education and career in Pennsylvania at any stage of life, visit PAsmart. SHARE Email Facebook Twitter
Former USC defensive end Everson Griffen was tased and apprehended by LAPD after assaulting an officer at a traffic stop near USC’s campus at around 4 p.m. Monday.Former USC defensive end Everson Griffen was arrested near campus Monday.Police officers were performing a traffic stop at the intersection of 30th and Hoover Streets when they pulled Griffen over. He did not have a valid I.D. on him and became aggressive when questioned by officers, according to an LAPD spokesperson. Griffen attempted to run away and then assaulted one of the officers who was pursuing him. The officers tased Griffen, then arrested him on a charge of felony battery.Griffen, who was selected by the Minnesota Vikings with the 100th overall pick in last April’s NFL Draft, had been on campus earlier in the day to visit coaches and players.As a junior, Griffen recorded 45 tackles for the Trojans before giving up his final season of elgibility to declare for the draft.Monday was not Griffen’s first run-in with the law.On July 4, 2009, Griffen, along with former USC linebacker Jordan Campbell, was cited by the Nantucket Police Department for a noise violation at a party.
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Nick McGlynn has 20 points and 10 rebounds and Drake pulled away early in the second half for a 78-66 victory over Evansville on Wednesday night.McGlynn collected his fifth 20-point game and fourth double-double of the season. Tremell Murphy, D.J. Wilkins, and Garrett Sturtz added 11 points apiece, and Noah Thomas chipped in 10 for Drake (15-5, 4-3 Missouri Valley Conference). The Bulldogs have won three of its last four games and improved to 9-1 at home.John Hall and Marty Hill scored 13 points each to lead Evansville (9-11, 3-4). K.J. Riley added 12 points.The Bulldogs took the lead for good midway through the first half and built a 35-31 halftime advantage. The Purple Aces stayed within single digits until a 9-2 surge made it 67-48 with about seven minutes left. MASON CITY — Mandy Willems had 31 points while Autam Mendez had a double-double with 30 points and 17 rebounds as the 9th-ranked NIACC women beat Little Priest Tribal College116-69 last night at the NIACC gym, as you heard on AM-1300 KGLO. NIACC jumped out to a 38-18 lead after the first quarter, as the Lady Trojans for the contest were 35-44 from the free throw line. NIACC is now 14-5 overall and 5-1 in the conference. MASON CITY — The 17th-ranked NIACC men beat Little Priest Tribal College 110-85, as you also heard on KGLO. Wendell Matthews had his sixth double-double of the season with 27 points and 14 rebounds to lead the Trojans. Deundra Roberson added 21, James Harris had 19 while Christian Kelly also had 12 for the Trojans. NIACC is now 14-3 overall and 4-1 in conference play. Both NIACC teams travel to Ellsworth on Saturday, games you’ll hear on KGLO starting at about 1 o’clock. IOWA CITY — Transition defense has been the focus as the 19th ranked Iowa Hawkeyes get set to host sixth ranked Michigan State. The Spartans hammered the Hawkeyes 90-68 back in early December.That’s Iowa coach Fran McCaffery who says the Hawkeyes need to have good shot selection.The Hawkeyes will be out to snap the Spartans’ 20-game winning streak in Big Ten play.Iowa is 5-3 in the Big Ten and 16-3 overall. You can hear the Iowa-Michigan State game on AM-1300 KGLO starting with the pre-game at 5 o’clock, with the tipoff from Carver-Hawkeye Arena scheduled for 6 o’clock . CARBONDALE, Ill. (AP) — Aaron Cook had 17 points and Sean Lloyd Jr. and Darius Beane each added 16 more as Southern Illinois beat Northern Iowa for the second time in 18 days, 70-62 in a Missouri Valley Conference contest on Wednesday night.The victory snaps a four-game losing streak for the Salukis, who had not won since its 58-51 win at Cedar Falls.A.J. Green hit a 3 with 3:43 left to get Northern Iowa within 3, 53-50, but the Salukis pushed the advantage to 13 points before Green hit two 3s in the final minute to get the final deficit to single digits.Southern Illinois (10-10, 3-4) shot 50 percent from the field (26 of 52), including 7 of 20 from long range.Green hit 6 of 7 from distance and finished with 22 points for Northern Iowa (8-12, 3-4). IOWA CITY — Megan Gustafson scored 32 points and added 12 rebounds as 18th ranked Iowa beat 14th ranked Rutgers 72-66, handing the Scarlet Knights their first Big Ten loss. Iowa coach Lisa Bluder.Bluder says the Hawkeyes did a good job against the Rutgers defense.Kathleen Doyle had 17 points while Mason City native Makenzie Meyer had 11 points, three assists and one steal in 30 minutes of play. The win was the fourth straight for the Hawkeyes who improve to 6-2 in the Big Ten. — high school girls basketball WednesdayNewman 73, Rockford 56 WACO, TEXAS — Second ranked Baylor outscored Iowa State 25-12 in the third quarter in an 84-69 win over the 20th ranked Cyclones. Senior Bridget Carleton scored 24 points in the opening half before being saddled with foul trouble. She finished with 28.Alexa Middleton chipped in with 18 points but the Cyclones made only seven of 25 from three point range.Iowa State falls to 4-3 in the Big 12.Iowa State visits Oklahoma State Saturday evening. TONIGHT:AM-1300 KGLO — Iowa men vs. Michigan State — pre-game 5:00, tipoff 6:00AM-1490/96.7-FM KRIB, kribam.com, KRIB mobile app — Clear Lake vs. Crestwood — girls 6:15, boys follow MASON CITY – The NIACC wrestling team dropped a 28-15 decision to Iowa Central in an ICCAC dual meet on Wednesday in the NIACC Recreation Center.NIACC picked up wins from Tony Mendoza (149), Xavier Judge (165), Mason Carpenter (174) and Zach Santee (285).Mendoza stopped Iowa Central’s eighth-ranked Yarhoski Aldiva, 3-2. Judge pinned the Tritons’ Russ Jennett in 1 minute, 40 seconds, Carpenter took a 3-1 decision from Iowa Central’s Austin Lamm and Santee topped Iowa Central’s Gunner Cash, 9-6.NIACC returns to action Jan. 31 in a dual meet at Iowa Western.