Authorities in Texas are currently searching for a 4-year-old girl who was reportedly kidnapped after carjackers knocked her stepfather unconscious.The incident occurred Friday night near Greens Road and Highway 59.The girl’s stepfather Vence, told police that he, his 2- year-old son, and the missing child, Maleah Davis, were on their way to pick up Maleah’s mother at Bush Intercontinental Airport around 9:00 pm Friday when he was forced to pull over after hearing a popping noise coming from the vehicle.When he pulled over, three men in a 2010 blue Chevrolet crew cab pickup truck also pulled over behind his vehicle.The men then got out of their vehicle and approached the vehicle Vence was in and began speaking with him.At one point, one of the men reportedly made a comment about Maleah:“One of them makes a comment saying that Maleah looks very nice, looks very sweet,” detective Mark Holbrook said.That’s when one of the men reportedly hit Vence over the head, knocking him unconscious.Vence told authorities that after that point, he was in and out of conscious, however, he does recall waking up in the suspect’s vehicle on Saturday around 6:00 pm with Maleah and the 1-year-old in tow. He then woke up again on the side of Highway 6 with the 2-year-old. Maleah was nowhere to be found.After attempting to flag down passing vehicles for help with no success, Vence then walked to the hospital with his 2-year-old where he received treatment and reported the 4-year-old missing. It was 11:00 pm.Meanwhile, Maleah’s mother also reported her family missing around 6:00 pm Saturday after not being able to get in contact with them from the airport and ultimately having another family member pick her up.Authorities are now asking for the public’s help in locating Maleah and filling in the gaps in the story.2/2: Photo of assault victim, Mr. Darion Vence, who is Maleah’s stepfather, stated he was unconscious for almost 24 hrs. Detectives ask anyone who saw Darion or Maleah after 9 pm Friday (May 3) to 6 pm on Sat to contact HPD Homicide 713-308-3600 or @CrimeStopHOU at 713-222-TIPS. pic.twitter.com/nuZHA1EQPY— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) May 5, 2019 Maleah is described as an African-American female with black hair and brown eyes. She stands 3 feet tall and weighs 30 to 40 pounds.She was last seen wearing a pink bow in her hair, a light blue zip jacket, blue jeans and gray, white and pink sneakers.It was also reported that Maleah has had several brain surgeries in the past due to a loose piece of skull and requires constant care.
Comments Published on August 28, 2020 at 4:52 pm Contact Roshan: email@example.com | @Roshan_f16 Facebook Twitter Google+ The Daily Orange is a nonprofit newsroom that receives no funding from Syracuse University. Consider donating today to support our mission.The Atlantic Coast Conference will require three COVID-19 tests per week for football, men’s and women’s soccer, field hockey and volleyball athletes, the conference announced Friday. The conference has also implemented “several enhancements” to protocols regarding cardiac testing, specifically for athletes that test positive for COVID-19.The announcement comes after the ACC’s first Medical Advisory Group report, released July 29, suggested testing athletes only once a week. One of those tests must still be administered within three days of competition, the conference stated Friday in a release. Cross country athletes will still be tested every other week.The ACC also added protocols for football. Players should be tested a day prior to competition and then within 48 hours of the game’s conclusion. A third party will conduct the test prior to gameday, and testing applies to all “team members,” which includes players, coaches and administrative staff, the release states.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse players have sat out four training camp practices since Aug. 6, in part calling for increased COVID-19 testing. SU agreed to test its football players three times per week once the season began, but until Aug. 28, the ACC had not made a conference-wide ruling regarding more frequent COVID-19 testing.Every athlete that tests positive will “undergo a cardiac evaluation,” before they gradually return to play, the ACC stated.The conference also made changes to football’s sideline protocols in order to eliminate all “non-essential personnel” from team areas.
Work on the portions of the Delhi Mumbai Industrial Corridor (DMIC) falling in Rajasthan will be expedited with the establishment of a special purpose vehicle (SPV) subsidiary company. The compensation for land acquisition for the project will be paid to farmers in two villages of Alwar district in the camps to be organised next month.State Industries Minister Parsadi Lal said here on Saturday that the project would facilitate development of new industrial areas in the State. Among the five nodes proposed in Rajasthan, the work on Khushkhera-Bhiwadi-Neemrana Investment Region and Jodhpur-Pali Marwar Industrial Area will be completed in the first phase.Mr. Lal said a compensation of ₹42 crore would be paid to farmers in Lamajpur and Virod villages of Alwar district’s Mundawar tehsil.
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WILMINGTON, MA — Below are the Wilmington Public Schools lunch menus for the week of September 23, 2018.Wilmington High School & Wilmington Middle SchoolMonday, September 24Chicken Tenders on a Wholewheat Roll; Corn Nibblets; PearsTuesday, September 25Chicken, Broccoli & Wholegrain Pasta with Alfredo Sauce; Wholegrain Garlic Bread Stick; PeachesWednesday, September 26Chicken Noodle Soup; Toasted Cheese on Multigrain Bread (Middle School — Wholewheat Bread); Oven Fries; 100% Frozen Juice CupThursday, September 27Soft or Hard Taco with Seasoned Meat, Shredded Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato & Salsa; Brown Rice; Refried Beans; PineappleFriday, September 28Early ReleaseLunch ($2.65-$2.85) includes: Entree (main or alternative); Vegetable, Fruit or Juice and 8 oz. Assorted Lowfat Milk or Skim MilkAlternate Daily Lunch Choices at High School: Salad Bar, Pizza, Soup & Choice of SandwichAlternate Daily Lunch Choices at Middle School: Pre-made SaladAlso Available Daily: Variety of Fresh Fruit, Side Caesar salad or Baby Carrots, WG Bagel with Cheese StickMenus Subject To Occasional ChangeParticipates in The Farm-To-School ProgramWest Intermediate, North Intermediate, Shawsheen Elementary, Woburn Street ElementaryMonday, September 24Wholegrain Waffle Sticks with Syrup; Sausage; Baby Carrots; StrawberriesTuesday, September 25Chicken, Broccoli & Wholegrain Pasta with Alfredo Sauce; Wholegrain Garlic Bread StickWednesday, September 26Chicken Noodle Soup; Toasted Cheese on Wholewheat Bread; Oven Fries; 100% Frozen Juice CupThursday, September 27Soft or Hard Taco with Seasoned Meat, Shredded Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato & Salsa; Brown Rice; Refried Beans; PineappleFriday, September 28Early ReleaseLunch ($2.40) includes: Entree (Main or alternative); Vegetable, Fruit or Justice and MilkAlternate Daily Lunch Choices: Ham & Cheese, Turkey & Cheese, Tuna, Salad Bar (Woburn St. only), Premade Salads (North, West & Shawsheen only), Pizza (Mon & Wed only), Bagels (Tues & Thurs only)Also Available Daily: Assorted Lowfat Milk or Skim Milk; Assorted Fresh Fruit; Assorted Juice; DessertMenus Subject To Occasional ChangeParticipates in The Farm-To-School ProgramBoutwell Early Childhood Center & Wildwood Early Childhood CenterMonday, September 24Wholegrain Waffle Sticks with Syrup; Sausage; Baby Carrots; StrawberriesTuesday, September 25Chicken, Broccoli & Wholegrain Pasta with Alfredo Sauce; Wholegrain Garlic Bread StickWednesday, September 26Chicken Noodle Soup; Toasted Cheese on Wholewheat Bread; Oven Fries; 100% Frozen Juice CupThursday, September 27Soft or Hard Taco with Seasoned Meat, Shredded Cheese, Lettuce, Tomato & Salsa; Brown Rice; Refried Beans; PineappleFriday, September 28Early ReleaseLunch ($2.40) includes: Entree (main or alternative); Vegetable, Fruit or Juice and assorted lowfat or skim milkAlternate Daily Lunch Choices: WG Pizza (Mon. & Wed. only); Whole Wheat Bagel & Cheese Stick (Tues. & Thurs. only); Turkey & Cheese sandwich on WG bread (Mon., Wed., Fri. only); Ham & Cheese sandwich on WG bread (Tues. & Thurs. only)Also Available Daily: Assorted snacks and baked goods ($0.50-$0.60)Menus Subject To Occasional ChangeParticipates in The Farm-To-School Program(NOTE: View these menus, plus the Gluten Free menus, online HERE.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of September 9, 2019)In “Education”Wilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of September 2, 2019)In “Education”Wilmington School Lunch Menus (Week of August 26, 2019)In “Education”
NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is set to ring in 2019 by photographing the most distant world ever explored. It’s a historic mission, and it’s getting a theme song worthy of its status. Legendary Queen guitarist Brian May, a space enthusiast who holds a doctorate in astrophysics, has written his first solo song in two decades for the flyby of 2014 MU69. The mysterious space rock, which is nicknamed Ultima Thule, orbits the sun 1 billion miles (1.6 billion kilometers) beyond Pluto in the Kuiper Belt. Aptly, the tune is called “New Horizons (Ultima Thule mix)” and it can be streamed via Queen’s YouTube below: Share your voice “This mission is about human curiosity,” May said in an Instagram post Monday. “The need of mankind to explore and see what makes the universe tick. My song is an anthem to human endeavor.” May will be on hand at NASA control headquarters in Maryland from New Year’s Eve into New Year’s Day to witness the much-anticipated flyby and hear his song played in public for the first time. May got his doctorate from Imperial College London, where he wrote his thesis on Zodiacal light, an eerie glow that looks like a hazy pyramid and appears in the western sky after sunset and in the eastern sky before sunrise.May has collaborated with NASA before and even started an asteroid awareness campaign. A quick scan of his social media accounts shows he loves space just as much as he loves screaming electric guitar. New Horizons is scheduled to cap an exciting year in space by coming within 2,200 miles (3,540 kilometers) of Ultima Thule in the early hours of 2019. That’s about three times closer than New Horizons came to Pluto when it snapped some epic photos of the planet a few years back. 0 5:33 Now playing: Watch this: Mars, space soldiers and NASA’s big party: The biggest… Post a comment With the New Year’s flyby, NASA hopes the spacecraft will deliver vital data on the sort of object that may represent the building blocks of Pluto and other distant icy worlds like it. “Ultima Thule is incredibly scientifically valuable for understanding the origin of our solar system and its planets,” Alan Stern, principal investigator of New Horizons said in statement. “It’s ancient and pristine, and not like anything we’ve seen before.” If you’re a space enthusiast, the flyby will likely rock you as much as May’s new anthem. First published Dec. 31, 6:40 p.m. PT. Update, 9:02 p.m. PT: Adds YouTube link to the song. NASA turns 60: The space agency has taken humanity farther than anyone else, and it has plans to go further. Crowd Control: A crowdsourced science fiction novel written by CNET readers. Tags Music Sci-Tech NASA
Bangladesh has been elected as member of the Executive Board (EB) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), for the 2017-2021 term. Photo: UNBBangladesh on Wednesday has been elected member of the Executive Board (EB) of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), for the 2017-2021 term, reports UNB.A total of 144 countries out of 184 voted for Bangladesh to join the executive board for third time, according to an Education Ministry press release received here on Thursday.The voting was held at the 39th session of the General Conference of UNESCO in Paris.Soon after the result, education minister Nurul Islam Nahid phoned prime minister Sheikh Hasina and informed the matter and the premier, however, congratulated the Bangladesh delegation at the 39th General Conference of UNESCO.The UNESCO’s executive board consists of 58 member countries are elected for a four-year mandate.Nahid is leading a high-level Bangladesh delegation in the conference of UNESCO. The delegate members include Md Sohrab Hossain, secretary of the secondary and higher education division and Md Manjur Hossain, secretary of UNESCO National Commission of Bangladesh.
An 85-year-old ex-Gurkha who was attempting to reclaim his title as the world’s oldest person to summit Mount Everest died at base camp on Saturday.Min Bahadur Sherchan was on a bid to reclaim a title that he lost to Japanese mountaineer Yuichiro Miura in 2013.“He passed away at the base camp today at 5:14pm,” Gyanendra Shrestha, an official with the tourism ministry who is at the 5,380 metres (17,600 feet) camp, told AFP.The former soldier became the world’s oldest climber to summit Everest in 2008 when he was 76, but he lost the record five years later when Miura summited the 8,848-metre peak at the age of 80.Speaking to AFP this year before returning to Everest, the slightly hard of hearing grandfather said he just wanted to prove to himself that he could still make it to the top of the world.“My aim is not to break anybody’s record, this is not a personal competition between individuals. I wish to break my own record,” Sherchan told AFP from Kathmandu in February.Sherchan’s death is the second fatality of the spring climbing season on Everest, which runs from late April to the end of May.Experienced Swiss climber Ueli Steck died last month when he fell from a steep ridge during an acclimatisation climb.Nearly 750 people will be attempting to reach the summit of the world’s highest peak during the narrow window of good weather that usually falls in mid-May.Hundreds of climbers have been on Everest for weeks to acclimatise before making a bid for the top.This year is particularly crowded as it is the last chance for climbers who were forced off the mountain by the devastating 2015 earthquake to use their extended permits. This has rasied concerns about dangerous traffic jams on the mountain.Mountaineering is a major revenue earner for impoverished Nepal, home to eight of the world’s 14 peaks over 8,000 metres.
Road accident illustration by Prothom AloA man was killed and four others were injured as a minibus of a furniture company plunged into a roadside ditch on Dhaka-Aricha highway at Boliarpur on Saturday morning,reports UNB.The deceased is Himu, 25, an accounts officer of Hatil Complex.The accident took place in the morning when the driver of the minibus of ‘Hatil Furniture’ lost control and plunged into a roadside ditch, leaving Himu dead on the spot and four others injured, said A F M Sayed, officer-in-charge of Savar Model Police Station.The injured were admitted to Enam Medical College and Hospital.