IN COLUMBUS A SUICIDAL MAN STABBED THE R Columbus
IN COLUMBUS A SUICIDAL MAN STABBED THE RESPONDING POLICE OFFICER
According to authorities, a Columbus cop was blade wounded while reacting to a call on Fri evening on the northwest side.
Police reports claiming the call came in at five o'clock in the evening. In Dresden Street 4300 road.
The policeman replied to a report of a man attempting suicide according to police. That person then stabbed the cop in the arm and the throat.
The man's family first contacted police after they spotted a stolen kitchen knife from their home.
Police informed Local news channel that the cop was rushed to the hospital and out of danger now.
Officials on the spot put the perpetrator into custody.
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SENIORS WHO GETTING DEGREES FROM COLUMBUS GET UNIQUE CARAVAN SURPRISE
For pupils across central Ohio, senior year has been complete of setbacks.
But on Fri one high school in Columbus finds a way to support its pupils.
Teachers and staff ornamented a number of vehicles with sparklers and caravan messages around the city to excite the seniors.
"I am just so proud of these guys," said school president Jim Foley. I know, they're just great pupils, they're studying so much, so they've got a target and that they've accomplished."
"I was shocked that I did not anticipate it," told senior Matiana Medina. "I've been just kind of baking brownies in my house." Medina goes to Otterbein University.
The vehicle also made visits at Kiara Johnson's house, heading to The Ohio State University, and Regan Scholl, heading to the Mason Anthony Cosmetology Institute.
And seeing that student become excited and feeling honored.
MAIL-IN MAIN TESTS OF OHIO AFTER THE PANDEMIC OF THE CORONA
The first big study of a ballot-by-mail referendum amid a disease outbreak is underway in Ohio on Tues, giving guidance to other governments about how to execute one of the most important actions of democracy in the middle of a health emergency.
The method wasn't seamless as representatives from the state steered election rules and the need to secure residents and poll staff against corona virus. Ohio's primary in-person was postponed only moments until last month's polls were scheduled to open, spurring court complaints and uncertainty.
Almost all citizens passing at least 3 pieces of mail — a submission, an empty ballot, and a full one — via the US are interested in the election changing it. Support via email. Overall enrollment appeared to be lower: the department of the Ohio Secretary of State said around 1.5 million ballots were cast as of noon Sat, down dramatically from the 2016 presidential primary of the region, when about 3.2 million ballots were cast.
A LADY SHOT AT HER OWN HOUSE IN COLUMBUS
Upon receiving a knock at her house door and being fired in north Columbus, a female is in critical shape.
It did happen at six in the morning, In Thurell Road Block 1200.
Emergency res ponders told local news channel that the lady was admitted to the hospital at Riverside. And now out of the critical situation.
The detail of the lady was not disclosed yet.
And investigators are investigating the incident and suspect information was also not told.
The story is still developing.
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Many business owners are desperate to open up their business again
In Columbus business owner are frustrated because of the state order which denies the opening of the small business ordered by governor mike DeWine. Business owner is struggling both emotionally and financially due to this pandemic and shutdown of all the business. As the orders are already announced still the business owner are arguing o reopen on May 1.
Permanently transition to a hybrid operating model
In Columbus announcement was done nationwide on Wednesday for permanently transition to the hybrid operating model. It is mainly for the workers in the office who are working and at the home in worldwide. Columbus based company said there are four main campus locations include central Ohio, Des Moines, Lowa, Scottsdale, Arizona and San Antonio, Texas. The location was selected as there was a large concentration of employees who access the associate talents and subject matter expertise that will enable continued success. The company will tell the details such as technology and equipment needed and support mechanism in upcoming days.
Musician return in crisis to help Nazareth restaurant, who got severely injured in restaurant years back
Bill Foley is a musician and had been playing for 41 years. Usually, he plays up to four gigs per week, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, gigs have stopped. He had been playing at home and was posting videos on social media. He had posted 35 videos till now. He had even started a virtual tip jar for people who like his music and has gained about $300.
On Tuesday night, he played again at the same restaurant in public in quite some time. Just a man, his guitar, and his microphone outside Nazareth restaurant on North Hamilton Road. Feb. 11, 2016, Foley was playing at the same restaurant when a man named Mohamed Barry, carrying a knife and machete, walked in and began attacking customers. Then he turned his rage to Foley. Folley had many cuts on his head, hands, and arms. Barry also stabbed him on the side by machete, but later, Barry was caught by killed by Police after a small car chase. At the restaurant, he barely crawled and lay down to wait for the paramedics to arrive at the restaurant. He thought had he will not survive, but surely he does. He still great music and is loved by his community. This love brought him back to Nazareth, Tuesday night, as he wanted to help the restaurant and it's owner Hany Baransi, during this pandemic crisis. He played for the customers who came for the pick up of their orders.
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Twenty-Two Protesters Detained In Austin City Center during I-35 Main-Lanes Rally
After a rally disrupted traffic on Downtown Austin's I-35 main lanes, about 2 dozen protesters were detained Friday afternoon.
It occurred at two in the noon Near to the junction of Cesar Chavez Road.
What the demonstration was for, is unclear. Four of the protesters' cars were pulled on the service road, and one had a sign on the side that read, “Rent Strike.” Twenty people were charged for Blocking a Roadway, a Class B Felony, 2 people were arrested for Unlawful Breaking and entering, the Austin police service stated.
A MAN STRUCK BY THE TRUCK AND DIED ON THE SCENE
A pedestrian is deceased in North Austin after he was hit by the truck.
An initial investigation by Austin Police Department reveals that in the 7800 block of North I-35, a gray 2014 F150 truck was going to north bound on the inside lane. The truck struck person who was strolling with a friend at this moment as per investigators.
The guy who at this point remains unnamed has been declared on the spot as dead. His partner was unhurt. The driver of the truck has stayed on the scene, so at this point no allegations are likely to be brought, police claim.
Someone with details about this case should contact APD's Investigators of Vehicular Homicide Unit at (512) 974-6873.
The Fur Flies in Texas Over Infected Bats from China
Though no concrete evidence is in place, a particular theory of COVID-19's origin persists in suggesting itself. More and more intelligence agencies and key researchers come to the conclusion that this strain of Coronavirus, coming from Wuhan, China, was lab-created, or at least heavily manipulated to change its nature. Documentation of its research recorded by Chinese scientists purportedly speaks to their intentions in studying it.
It's not known to have been developed for malicious purposes. Rather it seems that the virus was "souped up" in order to aid finding more aggressive treatments for stubborn infections. In other words, a humane guesture was made with cruel consequences.
The world's suspicions will probably not be alleviated by any spin placed on China's actions. The country's government used various tactics (including public disinformation campaigns that were racist and / or xenophobic) to sidestep responsibility. They blamed everyone from their African immigrants to the US; and continued to change the story with each chapter of the ever-unfolding drama.
However, the University of Texas does have a fellowship with a Chinese biologist who experimented with what were almost certainly infected bats. Given its prior claims, China may seek to use that fact to indict the US, furthering its anti-Western propaganda.
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Actualización de los programas de protección para mayo de 2020 - FinanzasDigital
Fue aprobado un incremento de los beneficios que son entregados a través de la Plataforma Patria para el mes de mayo de 2020. Programas de Protección Social El programa Hogares
Fue aprobado un incremento de los beneficios que son entregados a través de la Plataforma Patria para el mes de mayo de 2020. Programas de Protección Social El programa Hogares de la Patria, según la cantidad de integrantes del núcleo familiar, queda de la siguiente manera:
|6 o más integrantes||672.000,00|
|José Gregorio Hernández||240.000,00|
|100% Amor Mayor||400.000,00|
|Promotoras, formadoras y facilitadoras de Parto Humanizado||400.000,00|
|Madres y padres elaboradores de las Casas de Alimentación, los comedores Mamá Rosa y los Centros de Recuperación Nutricional||400.000,00|
|Bono Aquiles Nazoa (Cultores Populares)||360.000,00|
|Becas de Educación Universitaria||320.000,00|
Още 4-ма заразени нашенци, дошли от Нидерландия, са си заминали с таксита до родните места - Монитор
Още четирима нашенци, заразени с COVID-19, се върнаха със самолетни полети от Нидерландия и от летището отпътуваха с таксита до родните места си места, стана ясно преди минути.
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Exministro de Justicia brasileño acudió a la policía a declarar contra Bolsonaro - Panorama.com.ve
El Tribunal de Justicia también inició una investigación que podría abrir el camino a un proceso de destitución contra Bolsonaro o a acciones judiciales contra Sergio Moro por calumnias.
La policía de Brasil interrogó --este sábado 2 de mayo-- al exministro de Justicia, Sergio Moro, sobre las graves acusaciones que hizo contra el presidente ultraderechista Jair Bolsonaro que, según él, intentó interferir en investigaciones policiales. El exjuez anticorrupción, muy popular en Brasil, llegó a la sede de la policía federal de Curitiba, en el sur del país, poco antes de las 14H00 (17H00 GMT), comprobaron periodistas de la AFP. Moro no pasó por la entrada principal de la comisaría, donde lo esperaban decenas de manifestantes que acudieron hasta ahí para apoyarlo o, al contrario, para mostrar su respaldo a Bolsonaro. Miembros de uno y otro grupo intercambiaron insultos, obligando a los policías a separar a ambos bandos. Moro, uno de los ministros estrella de Bolsonaro, dimitió la semana pasada tras el despido de uno de sus colaboradores más cercanos, el jefe de la policía federal, Mauricio Valeixo. El cambio al frente de la policía federal sin ningún motivo real es una injerencia política que resta credibilidad a mí y al gobierno, dijo Moro en rueda de prensa cuando dimitió el 24 de abril. El presidente me dijo que quería colocar a una persona con quien tuviera contacto personal, a quien pudiese llamar, pedirle informaciones, informes de inteligencia (...) Prestar ese tipo de información no es el papel de la Policía Federal. Las investigaciones deben ser preservadas, añadió el exministro. Bolsonaro respondió que esas acusaciones eran infundadas. Las declaraciones de Moro llevaron al fiscal general a reclamar la apertura de una investigación sobre el Presidente, autorizada inmediatamente por el Supremo Tribunal Federal de Brasil. El alto tribunal pidió que el ahora exministro fuera interrogado en 60 días, un plazo que redujo luego a cinco días. Esa investigación podría abrir el camino a un proceso de destitución contra Bolsonaro o a acciones judiciales contra Moro por calumnias. Este sábado el presidente trató a su exministro de Judas en Twitter. En una entrevista publicada este viernes en el semanario Veja, Sergio Moro declaró que iba a presentar pruebas de sus acusaciones durante su interrogatorio. Afirmó además que la lucha contra la corrupción no es la prioridad del gobierno. Bolsonaro llegó, sin embargo, al poder en octubre de 2018 prometiendo un combate feroz contra la corrupción y la criminalidad. Moro aceptó poner fin a una carrera de 22 años en la magistratura para integrar el gobierno. Se le consideraba entonces como el emblema de la lucha anticorrupción en el país, tras la operación Lava Jato, que puso a decenas de dirigentes políticos en la cárcel. Su imagen se vio empañada en junio, cuando el medio digital de periodismo de investigación The Intercept Brazil publicó intercambios de mensajes con fiscales que suscitaron dudas sobre su imparcialidad en el marco de la dura condena de cárcel impuesta al expresidente izquierdista Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva por corrupción.