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Kindergarten teacher makes the children feel celebrated, brings graduation to their houses
A kindergarten teacher at Enterprise Elementary School, Ashley Hicks makes the children feel celebrated. The teacher brought a graduation ceremony for all her 16 students at their houses with complete stage and props. Hicks said that she wants to make the children, as well as their families, feel special during these difficult times when the parents have also gone through separations and job losses. She also says that the biggest thing was when they are taking a family picture, standing together in unity. The parents are very grateful to the teacher for making their children feel memorable and celebrated.
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President deemed church services essential, pastors still cautious
President Donald Trump has deemed church services essential. Yet Wichita churches stay cautious with the reopening plans. Reverend Jeff Gannon with Chapel Hill United Methodist Church says that as a pastor, if a person falls sick, transmits to another and eventually dies, it is on him. The Alter Church is looking forward for its congregation on May 31. The pastor of the Altar Church informed that the church would reopen from Pentecost Sunday, a week after March 31. For people cannot attend church, the pastors understand their hesitation and thus will be continuing their live streaming along with the reopening.
Kansas’ COVID-19 updates
Coronavirus cases have been identified in 84 out of 105 counties of Kansas. As per the reports from the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, 8539 instances exist in the state. And the death count statewide is 178. The probable cases are not yet described in the statistics of the health department. There have been a total of 62,664 negative tests. The data reveals that the patients range from infant to 100 years, where the median age is, and the average age is 43. Also, 258 ICU admissions have occurred, and 116 patients required ventilation.
Sedgwick County Health Department reported 539cases and local death count is 20. Three hundred sixty-seven recoveries occurred. With additional security measures, Sedgwick County Courthouse and Juvenile Courthouse will open and people will be permitted inside after screening and will be given masks.
Elective Gifts International, a charitable situated in Wichita, has made $19,200 in gifts to 16 food washrooms and sanctuary organizations over the United States.
A news discharge also revealed that Mulvane’s Kansas Star Casino Hotel Event Center would reopen on Saturday.
Local gaming store decided to close to keep people safe in Southeast Wichita
Jennifer Burton and her husband are local residents, and they opened Grinning Goblin in 2018. The building for the store was empty without walls.
Around two months ago, they had to close their store due to COVID-19 and planned not to open it again. "I would rather close to prevent people from getting sick, that I hold dear to my heart, that I consider family, and I mean it's just not worth it to me."
A week ago, the landlord asked them for the rent for the last two months, and they didn't have any money to pay for it. Many local consumers are sad that one more business is going to get shut due to Coronavirus.
According to Burton, it was a tough decision to make, but he feels it was a correct one. "I'm sad to see it go. We really were a home for a lot of people, and I didn't really expect the amount of support we got over this, it kind of blew me away."
Burton also told that one more gaming shop in Wichita decided to close. She also wants the customers that they will soon return to the business, and just the location will be different.
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Kansas case count jumps 454
Last weekend, Kansas witnessed its substantial hike in its cases. The cases got a shoot up from 7886 to 8340 according to Kansas Department of Health and Environment Coronavirus Pandemic Report. The cases had an escalation by the number of 454 according to the Public Health Officials Report. Sedgwick County exhibited a case number of 512 and stood as a contradiction to KDHE report. While KDHE stated there was no significant difference in cases of Sedgwick County. The statistics for substantial cases were available while no record of plausible cases was found. 58650 negative cases were found that proved to be sort of encouraging news according to sources.
Thunderstorm, downpour: Causes damage in the Wichita fall region
The overnight storm started late Friday, damaged trees around the Wichita Falls region. Along the streets and at certain houses, tree appendages could be seen on the ground.
Although Lucy Park trees were uprooted and the Wichita stream expanded a couple of feet, Wichitans could at present be discovered strolling the path.
Around three creeps of downpour fell on the zone with drivers solicited to stay alert on the chance of flood.
As per the National Weather Service on Sunday it'll be radiant with a high of 83.
27-year old Wichita man attempts to abduct a 12-year old girl
The court records state that a Wichita man blamed for attempting to kidnap a 12-year-old girl in the Planeview neighbourhood was charged with endeavoured grabbing, tranquillize ownership and crime robbery.
Police captured 27-year-old Victor Manuel Lara-Aguilar in the 2900 square of South Hillside. Specialists informed that on Sunday, the young lady was strolling alone in the zone of 31st Street South and Clifton around 3:50 p.m. On Saturday, Lara-Aguilar moved toward her, snatched her arm and "said she was accompanying him. The young lady shouted and pulled away at that point, rushed to her grandma's home for help. She and her mom called police, who found Lara-Aguilar with the assistance of a physical portrayal the youngster gave.
Lara-Aguilar showed up in Sedgwick County District Court on the charges Wednesday, and the neighbourhood holds the culprit in prison on $75,000 bond. His next court date is May 28. The open protector's office, selected for the situation, didn't quickly react to a solicitation for input.
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Anthony Chickillo, former Steeler, agrees to contract with New Orleans Saints
Linebacker Anthony Chickillo has played the last five seasons with the Pittsburgh Steelers but now agrees to contract with the New Orleans Saints, and Mickey Loomis, the Sales general manager, announced this deal on Saturday. Chickillo is 6 foot tall and weighs 3,225 pounds, changing teams for the first time. He played 11 games as a part of the Steelers the previous season and finished with 11 tackles and half a sack.
The Steelers discharged him on March 16 alongside linebacker Mark Barron.
In October, Chickillo was blamed for ambushing his girlfriend while they were at the casino at Nemacolin Woodlands Resort but eventually, the charges were dropped.
Two missing children’s mother in custody, police are still searching
3-year-old Miracle Lashay Crook and 2-year-old Tony Demone Crook were last seen on May 22 near 21st and Insterstate 44, whose mother is in custody. Tulsa police are in search of the missing children, and they released a picture where the children were last spotted with their mother at a convenience store around 8:15 am.
The dive teams looked for the children in the ponds surrounding the place where the children were last spotted.
Although they have used all that the department has, Chief Franklin says that they are appealing the public to help in bringing the kids home. As per the officers, one of their family members was the last person to see the children.
Firefighters battle huge fire in a warehouse in San Francisco
A massive fire broke out in a warehouse in San Francisco on Saturday morning at San Francisco's Pier 45. Fire Department controlled it.
According to the San Francisco Fire Department, the fire started at around 4:15 a.m. At that time, no one was in the Warehouse.
Firefighters responded to the area of Taylor and Jones Street as the fire was first reported as a 1-alarm, but it grows up to become a 4-alarm.
The fire took more than a hundred fire units and 45 fire trucks to get diminished, and among these, one fire truck got damaged.
According to the fire officials, a part of the building collapsed, and the flames of fire reached above 100 feet of height.
One firefighter got an injury in his hand and arm and has immediately taken to a hospital. No other injuries were reported from the scene.
Lieutenant Jonathan Baxter said that
the firefighters were able to save the historic SS Jeremiah O'Brien and the museum on the pier.
"The fireboat St. Francis, San Francisco Fireboat 3, was put in the position to protect the historic Jeremiah O'Brien vessel. The St. Francis, per my operations chief, saved the Jeremiah O'Brien vessel," Lt. Jonathan Baxter said.
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Cuerpos de seguridad abaten a seis hombres en 90 minutos - La Prensa de Lara
Nueva noticia sobre: Cuerpos de seguridad abaten a seis hombres en 90 minutos
José D. Sequera | LA PRENSA de Lara - El inicio de la semana en Barquisimeto fue de sangre después que ayer y en sólo 90 minutos, seis hombres murieran en distintos tiroteos contra funcionarios de las FAES y de la BRI, cuerpos de seguridad pertenecientes a la Policía Nacional Bolivariana (PNB), pues eran buscados para ponerles los ganchos.Las FAES fueron las que iniciaron las operaciones policiales. Eran las 5:30 de la mañana cuando los funcionarios, supuestamente, intercambiaron disparos contra Yender Javier Arriechi Mujica (22) alias "Virolo" en Santos Luzardo, líder de una banda delictiva que se dedicaba al robo y hurto. "Virolo" hizo caso omiso a las órdenes de los policías, por lo que decidió accionar su arma, generando el tiroteo, recibiendo un balazo fulminante en el pecho. Este hombre tenía tres entradas policiales, dos de ellas del año pasado por drogas y robo genérico, y otra del 2014 por robo de gandolas. Media hora después, se registraron dos plomazones con otros dos abatidos. Una de ellas fue en una casa de la carrera 2 del barrio El Carmen, en el que resultó abatido Jean Carlos GonzálezFréitez (39), alias "Jeans", quien tenía entradas por homicidio, robo, hurto y distribución de drogas entre 1999 y 2010. Según contaron vecinos de la zona, una ráfaga de tiros los despertó en el amanecer, pero no sabían qué estaba sucediendo. "Eran las 6:00 de la mañana cuando escuché los tiros, me asomé y vi que estaban los funcionarios de las FAES saliendo en una camioneta llevándose al muchacho muerto", dijo uno de los vecinos de "Jeans". Mientras que en el segundo tiroteo de las 6:00 de la mañana, murió Moisés Antonio Herrera Barreto. Herrera, según una fuente policial, pertenecía a la banda del "Misaelito", y también tenía un registro por robo de vehículo en el 2015. Supuestamente, se enfrentó con un revólver a los funcionarios en una casa, ubicada en el barrio El Turbio. A las 6:30 de la mañana y en una casa frente al estadio La Tomatera en el sector Tierra Negra se registró la cuarta plomazón. Allí, José Castillo (56), alias "Guarapo de Uva", hizo frente a las FAES con balazos, pero cayó muerto con un balazo en el pecho. Este delincuente tenía nueve entradas policiales entre 1984 y 2016 por hurto, lesiones personales, robo, posesión y tráfico de drogas, además de violencia física. Los últimos dos abatidos se registraron a las 7:00 de la mañana. Keiner Hibrahin TorresMonge, murió en un tiroteo con las FAES en La Carucieña tras ignorar la voz de alto que le dieron, pues él, supuestamente, pertenecía a una banda delictiva dedicada al hurto. Al mismo tiempo en la avenida 13 con calle 4 del sector Valle Lindo 2, de El Cují, funcionarios de la Brigada de Respuesta Inmediata (BRI) abatieron a Vilmer Reinoso Escobar (32), quien tenía dos entradas por droga y resistencia a la autoridad en 2009 y 2018. "A su familia la sacaron de la casa" Familiares de Jean Carlos González Fréitez (39), uno de los fallecidos en los 6 tiroteos que hubo ayer en Barquisimeto, específicamente en El Carmen, afirmaron en la morgue del hospital que los funcionarios llegaron a su casa para llevarse a toda su familia. "A su esposa y a sus cinco hijos se los llevaron porque les dijeron que tenían que firmar unos papeles, y dejaron a Jean Carlos con ellos en la casa. Después de ahí, no sabemos que pasó", comentó un familiar. Tanto sus familiares como vecinos contaron que él había estado preso en Cepella, Portuguesa, por hurto, hasta noviembre de 2019, y después de su liberación se había metido a comerciante. "Él estaba vendiendo torticas de arroz con su esposa en Barrio Unión", dijo una vecina. Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales como @laprensalara. Estamos en Twitter, Facebook, Instagram y Youtube.