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23 Oct 2014 
Paralyzed Marine Thrown Out Of Wheelchair, Customized Surfboards - Kusi.com - Kusi News - San Diego Ca - News, Weather, Ppr








Certainly if you look at 4K and mobility, there are interesting dynamics going on in the background. And how the mobile network can offload and take advantage of TV transmitters, if the AT&Ts, Verizons and Sprints of the world can see the value of transmitters for a mobile offload technology. Even ATSC 1.0, can support an EAS system today. The FCC put a lot of pressure on traditional telcos and theyre not managing communications in times of disasters when their networks go down. There are certainly a lot of applications theyre not taking advantage of. TV Technology: So theres a place for broadcasters in the future of media distribution, just not as they more exist today? Vogt: One thing not changing is demand place on mobile network by video, which is going to be 75 percent of all traffic by 2018. When you have 5 billion mobile devices and 7 billion people, worldwide, mobile operators will play a huge role in delivery of video. People are still watching TV in the family room. The difference is, more and more people are watching what they want on demand.
Source: http://www.tvtechnology.com/article/imagine-communications-ceo-charlie-vogt-on-tv%e2%80%99s-ip-migration/271565








But that hasn't prevented him from surfing three or four times a week. You see, it wasn't that long ago doctors told him he would never surf again after a back surgery went terribly wrong. After spending fourteen years as a Marine Corps recon scout sniper, Abbott's body got pretty banged up. When he got out of the service he needed back surgery. But during that surgery his spinal cord ended up getting accidentally severed, leaving him paralyzed. But Abbott turned his tragedy into a triumph, opening a surf camp for kids with disabilities. After all, he was able to get back into the water himself because of specially designed surfboards. Surfboards that ended up getting stolen Monday night after two thugs assaulted Abbott, leaving him with cuts and scrapes after they threw him out of his wheelchair. "One guy was cutting the straps and I said 'Hey, I'm paralyzed, don't steal my surfboards!'" said Abbott.
Read More: Paralyzed Marine thrown out of wheelchair, customized surfboards - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR







Hip replacement anesthesia alternatives; cutting board hygiene




In true sitcom style, a ukelele-playing high-dollar escort (Madison Gomez as Kim) also arrives, courtesy of Charlies billionaire buddy. Before this one-act pilot episode is over, each character divulges their deep dark backstory between profane wisecracks and fortune cookie platitudes about divine intervention and human connection. All New People is the third presentation from Point Blank Productions, which was formed in 2011 by Hagerty High School alumni Teixeira and Aragon, who collaborate as co-producers and co-directors (with assistant direction by Chelsea Sorenson). The cast and crew are all local college students, and have done an impressive job assembling the production, considering their age and experience, and earned appreciative laughs from the supportive opening night audience. Myron is the breakout character, and Aragon executes his coke-snorting, bullshit-cutting outbursts with a standup comics precision, while Gomez enhances Kims enchanting eye candy with sly suggestions that this wannabe singer is smarter than she seems. The two central performances are more troublesome, with Teixeira never finding a way to make Charlies unremitting grumpiness in any way appealing, begging the question on why these strangers want to save him; it doesnt help that hes way too young and WASPy for a mid-30s Jew. Crosby pours admirable energy into Emmas improbably eccentric character, but is felled by a distractingly inconsistent English accent. Equally inconsistent is the pace, which sometimes crackles with tight comic timing, and other times stumbles with maudlin pauses and stiff pratfalls. Adding to the awkwardness are flashback moments that were scripted as filmed interludes; staged instead with long blackouts on either end, the scene-lets add little and bring the momentum to a screeching halt. Ultimately, this is a B performance of a C script, which tends to combine the worst elements of Braffs wackiness and navel-gazing. Despite a number of interestng elements, the show is ultimately less than the sum of its parts.
Full story here: Theater Review: All New People - Orlando Weekly Blogs







Theater Review: All New People - Orlando Weekly Blogs




Surgeons may opt for a lateral or posterior incision, however, especially if you've had a prior hip replacement, are obese, very muscular or have a wide pelvis. General anesthesia is frequently used during this kind of surgery. Although it's much less risky than it used to be, post-anesthesia cognitive problems remain a concern, particularly for the elderly. These days many surgeons and anesthesiologists favor regional anesthesia; it results in less blood loss and improved pain control after surgery and negative results are extremely rare. Regional or local anesthesia is commonly administered as a spinal block (a webblog numbing agent injected into the fluid surrounding your spinal cord); an epidural block (administered through a catheter inserted into the lower back); or a peripheral nerve block (it affects the major thigh nerves in the leg on which they are going to operate). You also can get a sedative, so you're not aware of what's going on. So don't forget to discuss all these choices with your doctor in the weeks BEFORE you head to the OR. Q: I love my wooden cutting board, but I keep hearing that to avoid food-borne illness I should be using plastic instead. Is it healthier to make the switch?
Source: http://tucson.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/ff72fb56-f7ba-56f9-821b-5ad4b620d0f2.html



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22 Oct 2014 
Paralyzed Marine Thrown Out Of Wheelchair, Customized Surfboards - Kusi.com - Kusi News - San Diego Ca - News, Weather, Ppr








Certainly if you look at 4K and mobility, there are interesting dynamics going on in the background. And how the mobile network can offload and take advantage of TV transmitters, if the AT&Ts, Verizons and Sprints of the world can see the value of transmitters for a mobile offload technology. Even ATSC 1.0, can support an EAS system today. The FCC put a lot of pressure on traditional telcos and theyre not managing communications in times of disasters when their networks go down. There are certainly a lot of applications theyre not taking advantage of. TV Technology: So theres a place for broadcasters in the future of media distribution, just not as they more exist today? Vogt: One thing not changing is demand place on mobile network by video, which is going to be 75 percent of all traffic by 2018. When you have 5 billion mobile devices and 7 billion people, worldwide, mobile operators will play a huge role in delivery of video. People are still watching TV in the family room. The difference is, more and more people are watching what they want on demand.
Source: http://www.tvtechnology.com/article/imagine-communications-ceo-charlie-vogt-on-tv%e2%80%99s-ip-migration/271565








But that hasn't prevented him from surfing three or four times a week. You see, it wasn't that long ago doctors told him he would never surf again after a back surgery went terribly wrong. After spending fourteen years as a Marine Corps recon scout sniper, Abbott's body got pretty banged up. When he got out of the service he needed back surgery. But during that surgery his spinal cord ended up getting accidentally severed, leaving him paralyzed. But Abbott turned his tragedy into a triumph, opening a surf camp for kids with disabilities. After all, he was able to get back into the water himself because of specially designed surfboards. Surfboards that ended up getting stolen Monday night after two thugs assaulted Abbott, leaving him with cuts and scrapes after they threw him out of his wheelchair. "One guy was cutting the straps and I said 'Hey, I'm paralyzed, don't steal my surfboards!'" said Abbott.
Read More: Paralyzed Marine thrown out of wheelchair, customized surfboards - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR







Hip replacement anesthesia alternatives; cutting board hygiene




In true sitcom style, a ukelele-playing high-dollar escort (Madison Gomez as Kim) also arrives, courtesy of Charlies billionaire buddy. Before this one-act pilot episode is over, each character divulges their deep dark backstory between profane wisecracks and fortune cookie platitudes about divine intervention and human connection. All New People is the third presentation from Point Blank Productions, which was formed in 2011 by Hagerty High School alumni Teixeira and Aragon, who collaborate as co-producers and co-directors (with assistant direction by Chelsea Sorenson). The cast and crew are all local college students, and have done an impressive job assembling the production, considering their age and experience, and earned appreciative laughs from the supportive opening night audience. Myron is the breakout character, and Aragon executes his coke-snorting, bullshit-cutting outbursts with a standup comics precision, while Gomez enhances Kims enchanting eye candy with sly suggestions that this wannabe singer is smarter than she seems. The two central performances are more troublesome, with Teixeira never finding a way to make Charlies unremitting grumpiness in any way appealing, begging the question on why these strangers want to save him; it doesnt help that hes way too young and WASPy for a mid-30s Jew. Crosby pours admirable energy into Emmas improbably eccentric character, but is felled by a distractingly inconsistent English accent. Equally inconsistent is the pace, which sometimes crackles with tight comic timing, and other times stumbles with maudlin pauses and stiff pratfalls. Adding to the awkwardness are flashback moments that were scripted as filmed interludes; staged instead with long blackouts on either end, the scene-lets add little and bring the momentum to a screeching halt. Ultimately, this is a B performance of a C script, which tends to combine the worst elements of Braffs wackiness and navel-gazing. Despite a number of interestng elements, the show is ultimately less than the sum of its parts.
Full story here: Theater Review: All New People - Orlando Weekly Blogs







Theater Review: All New People - Orlando Weekly Blogs




Surgeons may opt for a lateral or posterior incision, however, especially if you've had a prior hip replacement, are obese, very muscular or have a wide pelvis. General anesthesia is frequently used during this kind of surgery. Although it's much less risky than it used to be, post-anesthesia cognitive problems remain a concern, particularly for the elderly. These days many surgeons and anesthesiologists favor regional anesthesia; it results in less blood loss and improved pain control after surgery and negative results are extremely rare. Regional or local anesthesia is commonly administered as a spinal block (a webblog numbing agent injected into the fluid surrounding your spinal cord); an epidural block (administered through a catheter inserted into the lower back); or a peripheral nerve block (it affects the major thigh nerves in the leg on which they are going to operate). You also can get a sedative, so you're not aware of what's going on. So don't forget to discuss all these choices with your doctor in the weeks BEFORE you head to the OR. Q: I love my wooden cutting board, but I keep hearing that to avoid food-borne illness I should be using plastic instead. Is it healthier to make the switch?
Source: http://tucson.com/lifestyles/health-med-fit/ff72fb56-f7ba-56f9-821b-5ad4b620d0f2.html



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22 Oct 2014 
Ask Doc About Hip-surgery Sedation; Cutting-board Safety - The Denver Post








Our take: Keep your wooden board. A consistently well-cleaned, not-deeply-scarred wooden cutting board made from a fine-grained hardwood is safe to use. The best woods to use include bamboo, which is particularly impervious, as well as maple, walnut, cherry, teak, ash and birch. But you still have to be careful! With a wooden cutting board, separate surfaces must be used to cut fresh veggies/fruits and raw meat/poultry/fish to avoid cross-contamination; there's sometimes salmonella (in raw chicken) and E coli (in ground turkey meat). And after you cut animal products on a wooden board, you have to wash it using hot water, strong soap or a dilute bleach solution, and a disposable dishcloth (no sponges they retain bacteria and can add it to the board). Then rinse well. And make sure your board is completely continue dry before you use it again. Wood boards do have antibacterial properties, but they may absorb bacteria that can live for a few hours below the wood's surface, even after washing.
Source: Ask doc about hip-surgery sedation; cutting-board safety - The Denver Post







Paralyzed Marine thrown out of wheelchair, customized surfboards - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR




After all, he was able to get back into the water himself because of specially designed surfboards. Surfboards that ended up getting stolen Monday night after two thugs assaulted Abbott, leaving him with cuts and scrapes after they threw him out of his wheelchair. "One guy was cutting the straps and I said 'Hey, I'm paralyzed, don't steal my surfboards!'" said Abbott. "And then the other guy came at me and took a swing at me, and I took a swing at him. He missed, and I connected. I caught him with a pretty good uppercut." "The guy that was cutting the straps had come around behind me, and threw me out of my wheelchair, and then kicked my wheelchair and it rolled probably 50 feet down the parking lot. Then they threw my surfboards in the back of their (Toyota) 4Runner and took off." When asked his reaction to the outbreak of love and compassion generated by his story, Abbott is visibly shaken. "When I have people who don't even know me and they call me from Hawaii, Australia and France and say 'Hey, just get back in the water and surf and you're gonna be ok. We love you buddy!' That means a lot to me." Abbott got a pretty good look at the suspects, who were described as follows: Suspect #1) White male, 20-26 years, 510, 160 lbs, blonde shaggy short hair, thin build, dark colored board shorts. Suspect #2) White male, 20-26 years, 511, 175-180 lbs, tan complexion, brown long hair in ponytail, dark colored shorts, dark colored Bones skateboarding t-shirt with white lettering. The suspects' vehicle is described as an older model Silver Toyota 4-Runner with tinted windows and large BF Goodrich tires.
Read More: Paralyzed Marine thrown out of wheelchair, customized surfboards - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR







Bitterroot Forest opens roads for firewood gathering




(Photo Source: WMC Action News 5) (Photo Source: WMC Action News 5) News on WMCTV.comNews More>> Updated: Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:50 PM EDT2014-07-30 03:50:02 GMT A Memphis mother wanted by police after giving birth to a baby who tested positive for drugs, has been arrested. More >> Police arrested a Memphis mother who gave birth to a baby who tested positive for drugs. More >> Updated: Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:48 PM EDT2014-07-30 03:48:27 GMT (WMC) - Collierville police say two robberies nearly a month apart may be linked. Reportedly, the two incidents both involve beauty professionals who work near the Winchester corridor of southeast Memphis. The More >> Collierville police say two robberies nearly a month apart may be linked. Reportedly, the two incidents both involve beauty professionals who work near the Winchester corridor of southeast Memphis. More >> Updated: Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:47 PM EDT2014-07-30 03:47:14 GMT (WMC) - The groundbreaking ceremony for a new hotel, named The Guest House at Elvis' longtime home Graceland, is set for August 14. The Guest House is said to include 450 rooms, meeting and special events More >> The groundbreaking ceremony for a new hotel, named The Guest House at Elvis' longtime home Graceland, is set for August 14. More >> Updated: Tuesday, July 29 2014 11:46 PM EDT2014-07-30 03:46:06 GMT (WMC) - Two people were sent to the hospital in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle Tuesday night. Police are investigating, and the driver remained in the area of the incident at Hillview More >> Two people were sent to the hospital in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle Tuesday night.
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The 2014 firewood cutting areas are: Forest Roads 740 and 739A (Silverthorne Loop) on the Stevensville Ranger District. Forest Road 5685 (Thunder Mountain Road) on the West Fork Ranger District. Forest Road 728 (Andrews Road) on the Sula Ranger District. The forest great site recently did some thinning along East Fork Road near Sula. There are numerous trees on the ground under power lines in the right of way, just east of Springer. This area is also temporarily opened to the public to gather firewood. The firewood cutting areas are open until Sunday, Aug. 17. Purchase firewood permits at any Bitterroot National Forest office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Read More: Bitterroot Forest opens roads for firewood gathering



21 Oct 2014 
Theater Review: All New People - Orlando Weekly Blogs








Updated 4 hours ago Here's a trend that may not bode well for the future of our country: According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 40 percent of 16- to 19-year-olds have summer jobs a down from 75 percent of teens a generation ago. As it goes, according to the NerdWallet website, teen summer employment has been declining for decades. Why? One reason is that jobs typically tailored for teens are either shrinking or being taken by older folks. Another is that more teens are attending summer school, participating in extracurricular activities and volunteering. But a third reason is the most troubling: Fewer teens are willing to flip burgers cord cutting or work manual labor during their summer vacation, according to recruiting firm Challenger, Gray and Christmas. Which is a shame, because work is good for teens. It exposes them to how industry works. It teaches them the value of a dollar. It gives them the dignity of exchanging their labor for money that they can use to support their education or maybe buy their first junker car. But most of all, teens who don't work are missing out on some incredible growth experiences. I got my very first job in the summer before I became an eighth-grader.
Source: http://triblive.com/opinion/tompurcell/6500669-74/teens-jobs-summer







Teens not working doesn't work for America | TribLIVE




Charlie (Jake Teixeira) is at the end of his rope or orange extension cord, to be exact and is about to hang himself in a New Jersey island beach house, when realtor Emma (Carol Crosby) coincidentally enters and interrupts his attempted suicide. The gregarious ganja smoker (a refugee from Great Britain in search of a green card) tries to get Charlie to divulge the reason for his depression, enlisting her firefighter/drug dealer friend Myron (Alex Aragon) to cheer him up. In true sitcom style, a ukelele-playing high-dollar escort (Madison Gomez as Kim) also arrives, courtesy of Charlies billionaire buddy. Before this one-act pilot episode is over, each character divulges their deep dark backstory between profane wisecracks and fortune cookie platitudes about divine intervention and human connection. All New People is the third presentation from Point Blank Productions, which was formed in 2011 by Hagerty High School alumni Teixeira and Aragon, who collaborate as co-producers and co-directors (with assistant direction by Chelsea Sorenson). The cast and crew are all local college students, and have done an impressive job assembling the production, considering their age and experience, and earned appreciative laughs from the supportive opening night audience. click Myron is the breakout character, and Aragon executes his coke-snorting, bullshit-cutting outbursts with a standup comics precision, while Gomez enhances Kims enchanting eye candy with sly suggestions that this wannabe singer is smarter than she seems. The two central performances are more troublesome, with Teixeira never finding a way to make Charlies unremitting grumpiness in any way appealing, begging the question on why these strangers want to save him; it doesnt help that hes way too young and WASPy for a mid-30s Jew. Crosby pours admirable energy into Emmas improbably eccentric character, but is felled by a distractingly inconsistent English accent. Equally inconsistent is the pace, which sometimes crackles with tight comic timing, and other times stumbles with maudlin pauses and stiff pratfalls. Adding to the awkwardness are flashback moments that were scripted as filmed interludes; staged instead with long blackouts on either end, the scene-lets add little and bring the momentum to a screeching halt.
Red the full story at: http://blogs.orlandoweekly.com/the-gist/culture-2-go/theater-review-all-new-people/







Paralyzed Marine thrown out of wheelchair, customized surfboards - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR




But during that surgery his spinal cord ended up getting accidentally severed, leaving him paralyzed. But Abbott turned his tragedy into a triumph, opening a surf camp for kids with disabilities. After all, he was able to get back into the water himself because of specially designed surfboards. Surfboards that ended up getting stolen Monday night after two thugs assaulted Abbott, leaving him with cuts and scrapes after they threw him out of his wheelchair. "One guy was cutting the straps and I said 'Hey, I'm paralyzed, don't steal my surfboards!'" said Abbott. "And then the other guy came at me and took a swing at me, and I took a swing at him. He missed, and I connected. I caught him with a pretty good uppercut." "The guy that was cutting the straps had come around behind me, and threw me out of my wheelchair, and then kicked my wheelchair and it rolled probably 50 feet down the parking lot. Then they threw my surfboards in the back of their (Toyota) 4Runner and took off." When asked his reaction to the outbreak of love and compassion generated by his story, Abbott is visibly shaken. "When I have people who don't even know me and they call me from Hawaii, Australia and France and say 'Hey, just get back in the water and surf and you're gonna be ok. We love you buddy!' That means a lot to me." Abbott got a pretty good look at the suspects, who were described as follows: Suspect #1) White male, 20-26 years, 510, 160 lbs, blonde shaggy short hair, thin build, dark colored board shorts. Suspect #2) White male, 20-26 years, 511, 175-180 lbs, tan complexion, brown long hair in ponytail, dark colored shorts, dark colored Bones skateboarding t-shirt with white lettering.
Read More: Paralyzed Marine thrown out of wheelchair, customized surfboards - KUSI.com - KUSI News - San Diego CA - News, Weather, PPR







Makita Brings Brushless Motor Technology to OPE Category with New 18V LXT® Stri




and something like a cord," a police investigator told AFP. "The victim was found decapitated, with her left hand chopped off," the investigator said, adding that the murder likely took place on Saturday evening. The two girls went to the same high school in Sasebo, a city in southwestern Japan, police said. The popular Sports Nippon newspaper said the alleged killer told police she "wanted to dissect" a body. The victim's belly was cut open, it added. Police discovered tools, including hammers and a saw, at the suspect's apartment, the top-selling Yomiuri newspaper reported. The paper said the girl's mother died of cancer last year, and she began living on her own after her father remarried about three months ago. She had only attended class a handful of times since then, the Yomiuri said. "I wanted to kill someone. I bought tools by myself," the Yomiuri quoted the girl as telling police.
Source: Japan teen murder accused 'wanted to dissect' someone: report - Yahoo News







Japan teen murder accused 'wanted to dissect' someone: report - Yahoo News




The XRU04Z is part of Makitas expanding line of cordless tools for landscapers which includes string trimmers, hedge trimmers, chain saws, a grass shear, and blowers. No Cord, No Emissions Landscapers are demanding more cordless alternatives to corded and gas-powered outdoor power equipment, said Mario Lopez, Product Manager, Makita. With zero emissions, lower noise, and considerably less maintenance, as well as category-leading battery charge time and unmatched breadth-of-line, this new 18 volt cordless trimmer is a welcome solution for landscapers. And with the efficient brushless motor, theyll get up to 50% longer run time, more power and speed, and longer tool life. Convenience and Performance The new XRU04Z gives landscapers instant start-up, up to 6,000 RPM for faster cutting, and zero hassle with fuel, oil changes, or power cords. With the efficient brushless motor, the XRU04Z will run up to 90 minutes on a single charge of a Makita 18V LXT Lithium-Ion 3.0 Ah battery (sold separately). It has a full 11-3/4 diameter of cutting capacity. For added versatility, the XRU04Z has an adjustable speed dial (0-3,500 to 0-6,000). Additional features include an easy-loading bump-and-feed trimmer head for increased user convenience, and a reverse rotation system that allows operators to quickly clear the trimmer head. The XRU04Z features Extreme Protection Technology (XPT), engineered for improved dust and water resistance for operation in harsh conditions. The trimmer weighs only 8.6 lbs. (with battery), and includes an L.E.D. battery indicator that monitors the battery charge status. Star Protection Computer Controls For improved tool performance and extended battery life, the XRU04Z features Star Protection Computer Controls.
Source: Makita Brings Brushless Motor Technology to OPE Category with New 18V LXT® Stri



20 Oct 2014 
Dedicated Channel Is Final Frontier For Acc :: Wralsportsfan.com








But that channel is the final piece of equipment needed to finally defeat the ACC's ongoing perception woes. Unfortunately for Swofford, the commissioner has two issues to work through before the ACC hits your channel guide. Both are out of his control. The SEC Network has signed agreements with Comcast, AT&T,Dish Network and Cox. Time Warner Cable and DirecTV are considered forgone conclusions to sign similar deals before the start of the football season. ESPN will no doubt look at this as a roaring success, but are they confident a similar rollout can be achieved with the ACC? The footprint isn't as rabid as the SEC base and providers will have to stomach another dollar-per-subscriber to the overall bill. "Some of it is wait and see because ESPN's primary focus has been getting the SEC channel off the ground," Swofford explained to 99.9FM The Fan. "It's not dormant in terms of our conversations with ESPN. As we've said from the beginning, it will probably be two to three year process to make a determination for if and when we go that route." And that gets us to the other issue facing a potential ACC channel. Internet and mobile are disrupting the way we watch television. Throw in the consolidation of distributors and it's impossible to predict how sports fans will consume media in the next five years.
Source: http://www.wralsportsfan.com/dedicated-channel-is-final-frontier-for-acc/13830533/







Teens not working doesn't work for America | TribLIVE




I got my very first job in the summer before I became an eighth-grader. I persuaded a neighbor to hire me to cut her lawn for five bucks. She had an electric mower with a long extension cord a which I promptly ran over and destroyed. I got canned before I finished the job. The next few summers, I worked at a driving range. I had to wake up at 5 a.m., ride my bike 2 miles up a hill, then pick up a couple of acres of golf balls with an aluminum picker. Sometimes, I worked the evening shift. I wore a metal cage as I worked a as dozens of people tried to hit me with golf balls. I was paid $1.25 an hour for this honor. The summer before 10th grade, I built up a decent business mowing lawns, but the summer before my junior year a when I had my driver's license, finally a I hit the mother lode. I put ads in the paper offering a service to rebuild stone and block retaining walls. After a few months of mistakes and mishaps, I learned how to bid the jobs. I hired two or three others to help me run the jobs.
Source: Teens not working doesn't work for America | TribLIVE







Oh, Boy! Woman Gives Birth In Compton Alley « CBS Los Angeles




Luckily, the unidentified woman found an abandoned couch and took a seat, according to Compton Fire Department Battalion Chief Ken Benson. The woman delivered the baby on her own while screaming for help, prompting people living nearby to call 911, a videographer said. Her baby boy was born at 3:30 a.m. near Greenleaf and Long Beach boulevards, Benson said. There were no apparent problems and there were normal vital signs, Benson said. I dont think she (the mother) was getting all the care she was supposed to getShe delivered the placenta, too. Firefighters arrived to find the woman holding her son, who still had the umbilical cord attached. The woman and baby were taken to a hospital for examination and were said to be in fine condition. (2014 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Full story here: Oh, Boy! Woman Gives Birth In Compton Alley « CBS Los Angeles







Bitterroot Forest opens roads for cord cutting firewood gathering




The 2014 firewood cutting areas are: Forest Roads 740 and 739A (Silverthorne Loop) on the Stevensville Ranger District. Forest Road 5685 (Thunder Mountain Road) on the West Fork Ranger District. Forest Road 728 (Andrews Road) on the Sula Ranger District. The forest recently did some thinning along East Fork Road near Sula. There are numerous trees on the ground under power lines in the right of way, just east of Springer. This area is also temporarily opened to the public to gather firewood. The firewood cutting areas are open until Sunday, Aug. 17. Purchase firewood permits at any Bitterroot National Forest office from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Full story here: Bitterroot Forest opens roads for firewood gathering



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