Six Nations: Bet you never saw this!

first_imgSaw it all, did you? Well, Rugby World spotted these crackers from the latest round of the Six Nations! GETTY IMAGES/AFP/Martin Bureau from France 26-24 England LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALScenter_img PHOTO: INPHO/Cathal Noonan from Wales 23-15 ItalyPHOTO: INPHO/Cathal Noonan from Wales 23-15 ItalyPHOTO: ACTION IMAGES/Paul Harding from France 26-24 EnglandPHOTO: GETTY IMAGES/AFP/Martin Bureau from France 26-24 EnglandPHOTO: INPHO/Dan Sheridan from Ireland 28-6 ScotlandPHOTO: INPHO/Dan Sheridan from Ireland 28-6 ScotlandPHOTO: INPHO/Billy Stickland from Ireland 28-6 Scotland…and you may have seen this, but it’s a beauty!last_img read more

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2007 SUMMIT COVERAGE: Business recognition of pandemic threat said to be rising

first_img Twelve percent of finance officers were aware of their critical suppliers’ preparedness plans, and only 6% were confident that suppliers would continue to supply them during a pandemic. Also, 29% said pandemic preparation was a concern of senior management, while 64% believed it should be a concern. Evangelides, leader of a pandemic preparedness team at Deloitte, said he recently surveyed human resources executives from about 150 companies, risk executives from 20, and financial executives from about 50. All were Fortune 1,000 companies. However, he said, “One thing that comes out loud and clear is that corporate pandemic preparedness is simply not a CEO or COO [chief executive or chief operating officer] or board-of-directors level topic.” The risk executives recognized the threat but were much less confident about companies’ ability to handle it. Sixty-nine percent said a pandemic is “fairly or highly likely” to occur in the next decade, according to Evangelides. Three quarters (74%) said human resources at their firm would be very or severely affected, and 87% said they were only “somewhat prepared” to handle the effects. More than half of the human resource execs, 52%, said their companies had adequate plans to protect themselves, up from only 14% last year, and 45% said the companies were confident of their ability to manage a pandemic, versus 18% a year ago, Evangelides stated. Feb 5, 2007 (CIDRAP News) – Orlando, FL – Corporate America is showing signs of a growing recognition of the threat of an influenza pandemic, but the concern is not yet a major topic in executive suites, according to recent surveys by a business consultant. The human resource officers in particular reported increased recognition of the pandemic threat and were relatively optimistic about their companies’ preparations, he said. Summing up, Evangelides said, “I call the human resources execs optimists. I call the risk execs pessimists. And I call the financial officers outsiders; they’re really not that involved.” “From a human resource perspective, the trend is positive,” he said.center_img Finance executives were somewhat less apt to take pandemic concerns seriously. Evangelides reported. Fifty-one percent regarded a pandemic as a real threat, 33% saw preparedness as a top priority, and 21% thought their company was adequately prepared. He spoke this morning at “Business Preparedness for Pandemic Influenza: Second National Summit,” sponsored by the University of Minnesota Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy (CIDRAP), publisher of CIDRAP News. Speaking at a conference on business preparedness, Michael Evangelides, MBA, a principal with Deloitte Consulting LLP, said business executives, especially those in human resources, are reporting a growing awareness of and preparation for the pandemic threat. Seventy-three percent of them said their companies perceive pandemic flu as a real threat, versus 57% in a similar survey last year. Further, 68% said their firms were very concerned about pandemic flu, compared with 43% a year ago. Further, 53% of the risk execs believed their supply chain would be “very or severely affected,” and only 10% saw themselves as well prepared to cope with supply-chain effects. Assessing the overall level of corporate preparedness, he said, “Most companies have a pandemic plan that consists of some kind of communication strategy . . . that could be of some use in a pandemic.” However, “For the most part companies are not prepared to operate in the midst of a pandemic.” “I really believe that pandemic preparedness needs to be a CEO/COO-level item,” he added. But he predicted that it will take one or more of several eventualities to make that happen: increased media attention to the threat, legislaton or regulation requiring a high level of preparedness, shareholder or investor concern, or greater understanding by senior managers of the potential financial impacts.last_img read more

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ELITE ZONE: Syracuse’s 2-3 proves too much for Indiana, Orange rolls through Sweet 16 with 61-50 victory against Hoosiers

first_img Related Stories Gallery: Syracuse defeats Indiana 61 – 50Carter-Williams, Triche punish smaller Indiana guards in Syracuse’s 61-50 Sweet 16 winCarter-Williams delivers cathartic performance in Sweet 16 against Indiana just 5 days after fire at homeFans react to Syracuse’s 61-50 win over Indiana in Sweet 16 on social media WASHINGTON — Brandon Triche broke out into laughter. The Syracuse guard, still wearing his orange uniform in the locker room about 40 minutes after the final buzzer, couldn’t help himself as he considered the question.Was Indiana surprised by Syracuse’s 2-3 zone?The laugh said it all.“That’s all we play,” Triche said. “They shouldn’t have been surprised.”But the Hoosiers looked that way throughout Syracuse’s 61-50 upset victory over the top seed on Thursday night at the Verizon Center in Washington. The zone baffled a team considered a national title favorite all season. Its trademark length and athleticism stunned the Hoosiers, the third-highest scoring team in the country, into turnover after turnover before they could even get off a shot. It bottled up a pair of All-Americans, one a dominant 7-footer and the other an electric athlete on the perimeter, en route to holding Indiana nearly 30 points below its season average.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe brilliant performance by the defensive system that defines Jim Boeheim’s program lifted the Orange to a berth in the Elite Eight, where it will take on Big East foe Marquette after the Golden Eagles took down Miami 71-61.But even though the Hoosiers were well aware of Syracuse’s plan defensively, they looked surprised from the opening tip – committing 12 turnovers as the Orange jumped out to a 12-point lead by halftime. The zone withstood Indiana’s comeback attempts, never allowing the favorite get closer than six, finished with 10 blocks and 12 steals and held the Hoosiers to 33 percent shooting.“Our zone is very confusing,” SU point guard Michael Carter-Williams said. “If you haven’t seen it before, it’s real tough.”The Hoosiers couldn’t get an open look at the rim, in the paint or from beyond the arc.They had no luck against the long wingspans of 6-foot-8 forwards C.J. Fair and James Southerland. With SU up by eight more than five minutes into the game, Indiana sharpshooter Jordan Hulls, who finished 0-for-6 from 3-point range, failed to pull the trigger before Southerland closed out on him in the corner. Christian Watford’s window quickly closed before Will Sheehey missed long from the opposite corner, leading to Indiana’s first timeout.Watford shook his head, a look of shock on his face already on his face, while the Syracuse sideline brimmed with confidence.“We didn’t give them an easy look,” Fair said. “Every point they got, they worked for it.”It didn’t get any easier the rest of the night for Indiana. The Hoosiers couldn’t simulate SU’s zone in practice, Jerami Grant said, and it showed. Boeheim’s been running the zone for 37 years, a history he was willing to recount at his press conference after it stole the show against Indiana.After playing man-to-man defense and zone for years, Boeheim said, he finally eliminated man-to-man completely. It was the only way the zone could improve.“It dawned on me after about 27 or 28 years, finally – takes me a while – that if we played zone all the time and didn’t waste time playing man-to-man and put some wrinkles in the zone because we had more time to practice it that our defense would be better,” Boeheim said.It hadn’t been better all season than it was on Thursday. The missed shots gave way to turnovers as Syracuse built its lead in the first half.Hulls and Sheehey each walked as they looked around desperately for teammates. Cody Zeller rarely looked to the basket in the high post, unable to find any comfort zone against he swarming defense. Low and sloppy passes were even kicked around by the Hoosiers.Indiana showed signs of life in the second half, cutting the 12-point halftime lead to seven in the first 87 seconds. But the shots didn’t come easily and Syracuse continued to bully Zeller in the paint, challenging every shot.“We tried to make him uncomfortable,” Fair said. “Our bigs did a good job walling him up and then the forwards would come weak-side and try to block the shot.”The blocks in the paint protected the lead as time ticked closer and closer to the upset. Zeller’s weak attempts were swatted away by Baye Moussa Keita. Southerland was there to meet Watford at the rim.But none was bigger than Grant’s block, a play Boeheim highlighted after the game, which followed a dagger 3 that pushed the lead to 14 with close to nine minutes to play. The entire bench watched intently, with assistant Gerry McNamara in a crouch and Mike Hopkins hunched forward, during the defensive possession that ended with Grant stuffing Sheehey at the rim.The Syracuse zone locked down Indiana for 40 minutes. But Triche said it was how the Orange played it that may have surprised the Hoosiers.“The one thing that probably surprised them was us being so tough,” Triche said. “That’s the one thing we struggle with – our toughness sometimes.“Sometimes we’re not as competitive around the basket, getting the loose balls, making the extra-effort plays and that’s where we lose focus, but today, we matched their intensity.” Comments Published on March 28, 2013 at 10:56 pm Contact Ryne: [email protected]center_img Facebook Twitter Google+last_img read more

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Lonzo Ball sits out Lakers’ preseason loss with sprained ankle

first_img Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREUCLA alum Kenny Clark signs four-year contract extension with PackersThe absence of the Lakers’ two young stars forced Luke Walton to get creative with his lineup. Tyler Ennis, Luol Deng and rookie Thomas Bryant all moved into the starting lineup.What happened next might be forever lost to history, except in the memories of those who paid to see Lonzo Ball and instead were dealt something else entirely.Due to a glitch with the league’s new statistics system, an official box score was not available. That was just as well.The Nuggets buried the Lakers under a barrage of 3-pointers, Kenneth Faried terrorized the Lakers on the glass. Kyle Kuzma, the surprise rookie sensation who led the Lakers in scoring the first two preseason games, appeared to do so once again.A push alert from the Lakers’ mobile app said he scored 21 points. PreviousLos Angeles Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma, left, dribbles past Denver Nuggets’ Malik Beasley during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. The Nuggets won 122-104. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)The Lakers Julius Randle (30) drives to the basket as Denver’s Trey Lyles (7) defends during the first quarter Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG) SoundThe gallery will resume insecondsThe Lakers Larry Nance Jr. (7) drives to the basket as Denver’s Trey Lyles (7) defends during the first quarter Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Lakers head coach Luke Walton shouts instructions to his players during the first half Wednesday night during the first half against visiting Denver. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Lonzo Ball (right) sits on the bench with teammate Brandon Ingram during the first half of their preseason game against Denver Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Los Angeles Lakers’ Julius Randle dunks during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game against the Denver Nuggets, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Lakers executive Magic Johnson watches Wednesday’s game from the front row in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)The Lakers Larry Nance Jr. (7) drives to the basket in between Denver’s Jamal Murray (27) and Juancho Hernangomez (41) during the first quarter Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)The Lakers Kyle Kuzma (0) drives to the basket as Denver’s Darrell Arthur (00) defends during the first quarter Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Denver Nuggets’ Mason Plumlee, right, passes the ball under pressure from Los Angeles Lakers’ Julius Randle during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Laker rookie Lonzo Ball (center) sits with teammates Brandon Ingram (left) and Kyle Kuzma (right) during the first half Wednesday in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)One of the Laker Girls performs during a time out Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball (right) sits along side teammate Brandon Ingram during Wednesday nights game in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Denver Nuggets’ Jamal Murray leaps to block a shot by Los Angeles Lakers’ Alex Caruso during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Los Angeles Lakers’ Vander Blue, left, is fouled by Denver Nuggets’ Kenneth Faried during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. The Nuggets won 122-104. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Laker head coach Luke Walton (left) sits along side associate head coach Brian Shaw (right) during Wednesday nights preseason game against Denver in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Denver Nuggets’ Emmanuel Mudiay, left, is pressured by Los Angeles Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Denver Nuggets’ Darrell Arthur drives to the basket as he is followed by Los Angeles Lakers’ Luol Deng during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Denver Nuggets’ Jamal Murray, right, dives for a loose ball against Los Angeles Lakers’ Alex Caruso during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Denver Nuggets’ Kenneth Faried, top, descends after making a basket over Los Angeles Lakers’ Luol Deng during the first half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Los Angeles Lakers coach Luke Walton watches during the first half of the team’s NBA preseason basketball game against the Denver Nuggets, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Los Angeles Lakers’ Vander Blue, left, passes the ball as he is double-teamed by Denver Nuggets’ Josh Childress, front, and Torrey Craig during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Los Angeles Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma dunks as Denver Nuggets’ Tyler Lydon watches during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. The Nuggets won 122-104. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)Laker rookie Lonzo Ball enters the arena prior to their preseason game against Denver Wednesday night in Ontario. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Lonzo Ball fans enter Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario Wednesday night prior to the Lakers preseason game against Denver. The Los Angeles Lakers play the Denver Nuggets Wednesday October 4, 2017 in a National Basketball Association preseason game at Citizens Business Bank Arena in Ontario. Laker rookie and Chino Hills High School graduate Lonzo Ball did not play in the first half due to an ankle sprain. (Will Lester-Inland Valley Daily Bulletin/SCNG)Los Angeles Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma, left, dribbles past Denver Nuggets’ Malik Beasley during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. The Nuggets won 122-104. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)NextShow Caption1 of 25Los Angeles Lakers’ Kyle Kuzma, left, dribbles past Denver Nuggets’ Malik Beasley during the second half of an NBA preseason basketball game, Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, in Ontario, Calif. The Nuggets won 122-104. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)ExpandONTARIO – Throughout Los Angeles, an urban sprawl of nearly 100 municipalities that consume 5,000 square miles of terrain, Lonzo Ball has been hailed as a hometown hero, conscripted to save the Lakers. The city that truly raised him is Chino Hills, 30 minutes in traffic from Citizens Business Bank Arena.The prodigal son was scheduled to make an appearance on Wednesday, but Ball’s return to the Inland Empire was called off shortly before tipoff against the Lakers’ exhibition against the Denver Nuggets, a lopsided and ugly 122-104 loss that led Coach Luke Walton to call out his team’s effort.“Our guys have given phenomenal effort this entire camp,” Walton said, “so it was disappointing to see that happen tonight.”It didn’t help that the Lakers were a patchwork version of themselves. They were without Ball, who mildly sprained his left ankle Monday at Staples Center, and Brandon Ingram, who bumped heads with Denver’s Malik Beasley in the same game.center_img It worked to Walton’s favor that the thing he found most objectionable would not have shown up in a box score even if there had been one.“I told them at halftime, we can’t make any (defensive) adjustments because the effort is not there,” he said. “It is not like we are seeing what they are doing to our coverages. They are out there running five on (none) offense.Ball attended the Lakers’ afternoon shootaround in El Segundo, but did not participate. Instead, he focused on getting his ankle ready for his next game. That now appears to be Sunday in Las Vegas, when the Lakers face the Sacramento Kings.“He said it felt much better today than it did yesterday,” Walton said before Ball was officially ruled out.The roster figures to be more complete by Sunday. Brook Lopez (back spasms) and Andrew Bogut are expected to finally play, while Ball and Ingram will likely be on the court.Ingram was not diagnosed with a concussion, but said he woke up with a headache on Tuesday morning and has “probably had a headache ever since.”“Right now I don’t feel like myself to come in and play,” he said, adding that he “might play on Sunday.”Then he and Ball can get back to dominating the box score – provided there is one.last_img read more

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United Ways from Washington and Oregon Form Regional Organization

first_imgSubmitted by United Way of Thurston CountyUnited Way is a vital part of the support network for the community.United Way Associations in Washington and Oregon are joining together to have a stronger impact on education, income and health outcomes in the Pacific Northwest.Thirty-nine United Ways in the multi-state region, including United Way of Thurston County agreed to form United Ways of the Pacific Northwest last month and will participate in this enhanced regional trade association. Each local United Way is fully independent and focused on their local community. By coming together in this larger regional strategic collaboration, they will be able to do more for their local communities as well as have a wider impact regionally.  United Ways of the Pacific Northwest supports training and skill development for local United Way staff and boards, advocates for state level public policy and systems change and supports initiatives to grow the value and outcomes of United Ways across the region.“We’re excited about the possibilities moving forward,” said Executive Director of United Way of Thurston County, Paul Knox. “By working together, we will be able to do more for our communities,” he added. Knox was the Chair of United Ways of Washington in 2014 and will continue to serve on the executive committee of the newly formed organization.The current president and CEO of United Ways of Washington, Jim Cooper, will play the same role for the new, expanded organization.“At the end of the day, collaborating throughout the region will help us bring in additional resources and make it possible to have a larger impact on the communities we serve,” said Cooper.The new organization includes 23 members from United Ways of Washington and 16 from the Association of United Ways in Oregon. Two longtime members of United Ways of Washington are headquartered in Idaho.The full slate of officers for United Ways of the Pacific Northwest include:Chair: Dennis Smith (President and CEO of United Way of Snohomish County)Vice Chair: Keith Thomajan (President and CEO of United Way of the Columbia-Willamette)Treasurer: Peter Theisen (President and CEO of United Way of Whatcom County)Secretary: Debra Lancaster (Executive Director, United Way of Skagit County)Past Chair: Paul Knox (Executive Director, United Way of Thurston County) Facebook6Tweet0Pin0 The new organization can be found online , on Facebook  and on Twitter @UWPNW.last_img read more

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SoccerCity opens campaign headquarters in Kearny Mesa

first_img Steve Bosh September 4, 2018 Posted: September 4, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Politics Tags: Decision 2018, SoccerCity, Stadium Site FacebookTwitter Updated: 11:40 AMcenter_img Steve Bosh, 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 SettingsMISSION VALLEY (KUSI) – SoccerCity has opened its new campaign headquarters in Kearny Mesa.It will run a multi-million dollar campaign in competition with SDSU West for control of the Mission Valley stadium site.SoccerCity’s campaign will include reaching out to City of San Diego voters via text, email, knocking on doors in all neighborhoods, radio, and TV advertising. They will use all means available to educate voters about what is at stake.This November, voters will make the final choice to choose the SoccerCity, SDSU West, or neither initiative.KUSI’s Steve Bosh has the details. SoccerCity opens campaign headquarters in Kearny Mesalast_img read more

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Thrifty Thursday Everything hearts for valentines day

first_img 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) – San Diego Goodwill visited Good Morning San Diego to show off several good Valentine’s Day gift ideas that are red and have hearts.For more information click here. Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom Posted: February 7, 2019 February 7, 2019 Thrifty Thursday: Everything hearts for valentine’s daylast_img read more

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BJP AAP two sides of same coin Congress tells voters

first_imgAs it gears up for the upcoming Delhi Assembly elections, Congress on Sunday attacked BJP and AAP, calling them ‘two sides of the same coin’ and cautioned voters against falling prey to their false promises.“Both BJP and AAP are two sides of the same coin. They mislead people by making false promises. People should judge them on basis of what they have delivered and cast their vote wisely,” Congress leader Haroon Yusuf said while addressing a gathering here on account of party’s 130th Foundation Day celebrations. Also Read – Company director arrested for swindling Rs 345 croreSpecifically targeting Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for its aggressive campaign to woo the voters, DPCC chief Arvinder Singh Lovely questioned the source of party’s funding for the same.“They are spending around Rs 300 crore on hoardings placed across Delhi and Rs 5 crore on radio advertisements. Where are they getting the funding from?” he alleged.“Congress which was established decades back doesn’t have this much money to spend on advertisements and hoardings. They are a barely two-year old party. Where are they getting this financial support from?” asked Lovely. Also Read – Man who cheated 20 women on matrimonial websites arrestedThe DPCC president said: “They had formed a party saying they will be the common man’s voice. They had resigned after 49 days of assuming power saying they wanted to bring Jan Lokpal Bill, then why none of their present hoardings have a mention of that bill?” Yusuf also lashed out at AAP for cheating public’s faith and cautioned people against believing their false promises.“They cheated you once by painting a golden picture of future. They created a perspective that Congress was the source of corruption everywhere. What did they deliver to the people who gave them their precious mandate?” he said.last_img read more

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