California authorities are searching for three adult men who went missing after they jumped into a body of water near a campsite to try and help an 8-year-old who was struggling to swim, according to a report. The incident unfolded Sunday at the Brannan Island State Recreation Area near the Three Mile Slough Bridge in Sacramento County around 1:22 p.m., according to ABC 10 . A family who witnessed the incident said an 8-year-old boy began struggling to stay afloat in the water, prompting five men to jump in to help save the child. Only two of the men made it back to shore, according to KCRA . The three missing men were identified by family members as Edwin Rivas, Edwin Perez and Danilo Solorzano, according to the report. Authorities are searching for three men, who went missing in the water near Brannan Island in Sacramento County Sunday. https://t.co/q3FLML06Hy — NBC Bay Area (@nbcbayarea) July 4, 2022 “This happened so fast, three people, my friends … … [Read more...] about REPORT: 3 Men Missing After Trying To Save 8-Year-Old Struggling To Swim
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Peter Bergen is CNN's national security analyst, a vice president at New America and a professor of practice at Arizona State University. Bergen's new paperback is "The Rise and fall of Osama bin Laden." from which this article is, in part, adapted. The views expressed in this commentary are his own. View more opinion on CNN. (CNN) In 1961, after a CIA-backed invasion of Cuba failed spectacularly, President John F. Kennedy said of the Bay of Pigs fiasco, "Victory has 100 fathers and defeat is an orphan." Peter Bergen Last week, President Joe Biden took a victory lap when he announced that the US had tracked down and killed its most wanted terrorist, al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri, who was living in a house in Kabul, Afghanistan. Don't expect a similar celebration on August 30, the first anniversary of the US troop withdrawal from Afghanistan, which ended the longest war in American history. Any realistic assessment of that action shows that it … [Read more...] about Opinion: Biden’s Afghanistan exit decision looks even worse a year later
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The site of this year's Super Bowl was within walking distance of many hotels and all of downtown ... [+] Indy. Sunday’s Super Bowl was the most watched television event in American history, tuned into by nearly half of all households and at peak time, more than 117,000,000 viewers. Ad rates were $3.5 million per 30 second spot, and while viewers debated who was better, an overweight Volkswagen obsessed dog or Clint Eastwood, the real beneficiary of all that airtime and all those viewers was the city of Indianapolis. “Ten years from now, I think we will look back on this one single day as the tipping point in tourism and perception for the city,” said Chris Gahl, Vice President of Marketing for the Indianapolis Convention and Visitors Association. Several years ago when the city decided to go for the 2011 Game (it ended up with 2012), the bid process required $25 million in non-taxpayer funds, and several … [Read more...] about Super Bowl XLVI’s Real Winner? Indianapolis!
A woman crashed into a parked car and then proceeded to open fire on the people who were coming to help her, Fox 29 reported Thursday. The incident happened Wednesday night when a San Antonio woman crashed into a parked car, got out of her car and then started shooting at the people who were coming to her aid, Fox 29 reported. (RELATED: 4 Separate Shootings Ravage St. Louis Over Roughly One Hour) A man is dead and two other people were critically wounded in a shooting just west of downtown late Wednesday night, San Antonio police said. https://t.co/DnKkupyT75 — KSAT 12 (@ksatnews) August 12, 2021 The woman was driving over the speed limit when she crashed into a car that belonged to a 50-year-old man. That man plus two other people came outside to see what was going on. When they realized what had happened, they tried to rush to the woman’s aid — but she began firing at them and hit all three of them, according to Fox 29. The woman was eventually stopped when a … [Read more...] about Woman Crashes Into Parked Car, Opens Fire On People Coming To Help Her In Deadly Shooting
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin In case you never heard of the EchoPark chain of used-car stores — you probably will. Sonic Automotive Inc. is hiring advertising agency VaynerMedia to handle all aspects of nationwide marketing and advertising for Sonic’s EchoPark Automotive chain of used-car-only stores. That’s a significant milestone towards making EchoPark a truly national brand. Up to now, Sonic’s EchoPark locations were too few, and too scattered, to make coast-to-coast marketing and advertising worthwhile. “We always knew we wanted to create a national brand. We feel like now is the time,” said David Smith, Sonic chairman and CEO, in a phone interview. “Before, we had a lot more targeted advertising, and we couldn’t afford national advertising,” for the EchoPark brand. Gary Vaynerchuk, CEO of VaynerMedia, New York, said in a separate phone interview that having a single agency responsible for creative, strategic, analytical, … [Read more...] about Sonic Auto Hires VaynerMedia Ad Agency, To Take Its EchoPark Used Car Brand National
Q: We know the general asking price of Kevin Durant and Donovan Mitchell. Seems like the Heat will part with Tyler Herro and not Bam Adebayo. So assuming we strike out on those, what’s the potential asking price of Myles Turner, John Collins, or even Kyrie Irving? Will Herro still be required, or is a first and Duncan Robinson enough? – John, Ocala. A: First, I do not believe the Heat would have any intention of aggressively moving for Kyrie Irving, not even on the level of Tyler Herro. As for others, yes, I believe Tyler likely would have to be put in play, considering he is the Heat’s most attractive asset of those most likely to be moved. With Tyler eligible for a max-scale extension up to the start of the season, it basically comes down to dual assessments by the Heat: Is Tyler more valuable as a trade asset than a roster asset? And is he more valuable under long-term contract here or elsewhere? And that latter element also is significant when it comes to a potential trade … [Read more...] about ASK IRA: Can Heat do an offseason deal without dealing Tyler Herro?
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin Nancy is arguably one of the most architecturally-stunning spots in all of France with golden-hued buildings dripping Neo-classical and Baroque grandeur around every cobblestoned corner. And the epitome of this stunning period is Hotel d’Haussonville , a former 16th-century noble residence turned seven-room B&B that brims historical elegance—inside and out. Here’s why this French hideaway belongs on every design lover’s bucket list. Landmark of luxury! The moment you step through the gorgeous gated courtyard—replete with a romantic ancient fountain and centuries-old statues—this magnificent stone structure oozes Art Nouveau charm. The Grand Salon wows with original parquet floors, gilded oil paintings, ornate crown molding, and achingly-beautiful architectural details. It’s the perfect spot to savor the scrumptious French breakfast and romantic courtyard views. Design in every detail. You couldn’t … [Read more...] about Hotel D’Haussonville: A Design-Lover’s Dream Escape In Nancy, France
Share to Twitter Share to Linkedin The Rei was an inspiring project and a touch ahead of its time. In 2009, Japanese material firm Tras engaged the renowned product designer Keita Shimizu to create a chair that uniquely showcased its advanced carbon composite craftsmanship. The duo drew inspiration from Japan’s long history of composite work and lacquering, while the chair’s execution paid homage to the 1,300-year-old Ashura statue — a national treasure made entirely from composites. Tras has now engaged the Swiss tech materials innovator Bcomp to do something similar using its award-winning ampliTex natural fibers for a Rei chair with sustainability credentials. Bcomp’s fiber composite solution is derived from nature but rivals artificial carbon fiber in agility and toughness. Plus, it adds a novel technical aesthetic to the chair. As one of the country’s leading composite specialists, Tras works primarily on race cars and motorcycles. The Rei chair is … [Read more...] about Swiss Tech Firm Bcomp’s Natural Flax Fiber Forms A Modern Rei Icon
The mindless driver of a pickup faces prison after an idiotic road race ended in the death of an innocent bystander. A woman was instantly killed after being hit by an out of control pickup as it embarked on some high jinks with another speeding car on a public road in Pathum Thani province near Bangkok. The 35 year old woman, Thanyaluck Sriphan, was standing outside of her food shop in front of a petrol station, located on Som Sang Road in the Baan Mai District of Pathum Thani when she was hit by the vehicle. Police and emergency service teams found the damaged pickup near the shop. Inside the vehicle, police discovered 36 year old male driver Prasarn Boonsi, and 29 year old female passenger Kunruethai Ninlaphruk. They were both injured and sent to a hospital nearby. Both tested positive for Covid-19 while being treated for their injuries. Witnesses told police the pickup was travelling at a high speed, racing with another car, before the pickup driver lost control and … [Read more...] about Innocent woman killed after high-speed race near Bangkok
Thailand’s Communicable Disease Committee no longer considers Covid a “dangerous infections disease”, the owner of the nightclub that burned down has been released on bail, and will Prayut resign at the end of this month? All this and much more, coming up in today’s program You’re watching Thailand News Today, bringing you the latest top stories in Thailand beyond. My name is Jett Gunther and in our first story, Thailand’s National Communicable Disease Committee decided to change the status of COVID-19 today (Monday), from a “dangerous infectious disease”, which came into effect on March 1 st , 2020, to an “infectious disease under watch”, tentatively from October 1 st , as Thailand cautiously transitions to a post-pandemic status. Chaired by Public Health Minister Anutin Charnvirakul, the committee also approved a policy guideline framework, encompassing several aspects of COVID-19 monitoring and containment efforts, such as controlling the spread of the disease by … [Read more...] about Thailand News Today | Thailand no longer considers Covid “dangerous infectious disease”