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2015-Apr-17 - s a product of Brown

49 beat down of South Florida

First Half What a way for SMU to open up conference pay. The Mustangs played perhaps their best half of basketball against South Florida. SMU dominated from tip off till the teams had to head into the locker room for halftime. Just how good was SMU? The Mustangs held South Florida to 24 percent shooting from the field, limited the Bulls Cheap Formal Dresses to 1 for 9 from behind the three point line, kept their front court from scoring any points, forced 10 turnovers and scored 17 points off those turnovers. The Mustangs were equally as impressive on the offensive end of the floor, connecting on more than 50 percent of their shots. On top of that, SMU Cheap Prom Dresses 2015 turned the ball over just once. Larry Brown couldn't have hoped for a better half as his team took a 49 15 lead into intermission.

2. Keith Frazier A highly touted recruit out of Dallas Kimball, Frazier didn't make cheap evening dresses online quite the impact many expected him to as a true freshman last season. But a year of limited action and guidance from Brown might have done him some good. A raw and unpolished player, Frazier is coming into his own this season. Frazier looks more comfortable in the offense this year and is playing extremely confident. It seemed like last year Frazier was lost at times and forced way too many shots. This season, Frazier is playing smart basketball, and that's a product of Brown. Frazier dominated against South Florida with 14 points and three assists.

3. What it means SMU was billed as the favorite to win the American Athletic Conference title before the season began. While the Mustangs had a few expected and unexpected bumps on the road, they appear to be firing on all cylinders right now. And that's scary, especially considering how wide open this conference is. UConn fell to Temple, Memphis doesn't look as strong as in years past and Cincinnati, while good, isn't great. The door is open for SMU to fulfill the preseason prophecy. If the Ponies continue to play this way, they'll have no cheap prom dresses problem doing that. Sure, South Florida isn't exactly an AAC juggernaut, but this type of performance shows that Brown has his troops ready for the road ahead.

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2015-Apr-17 - of the season increased

11 Louisville Softball Sweeps Providence 16

The No. 10/11 University of Louisville softball team scored in every inning in a BIG EAST doubleheader sweep of host Providence. Junior Katie Keller had eight RBIs on the day as the Cards defeated the Friars 16 2 in game one and 17 6 in game two to improve to 34 6 on the season and 7 1 in league play.

Louisville 16 Providence 2

Louisville used 15 hits, including five home runs two home runs each from Katie Keller and Maggie Ruckenbrod and one from Alicja Wolny to defeat Providence 16 2. Keller also tied a school record with seven RBIs for the second time this season.

The Cards jumped to a 1 0 lead in the first inning and would go on to score in every inning of the doubleheader. Keller drew a leadoff walk and Jordan Trimble was hit by a pitch. Both runners moved on a wild pitch and Alicja Wolny followed with an RBI single.

Keller's three run homer increased Louisville's lead to 4 0 in the second. Kayla Soles reached on an error and Jasmine Smithson Willett walked to place runners on for Keller who connected on her team best ninth home run of the season.

The Friars (12 20 1, 2 6) answered with an unearned run in the home half of the second. Shannell Harrell drew a leadoff walk and took second and third on illegal pitches. Kristie Dederick walked and stole second, an error on the play send Harrell home to put Providence on the board.

Louisville got the run back in the third when Hannah Kiyohara drew a two out walk and Soles followed with a single. Smithson Willett walked to load the bases for Keller who drew the third walk of the inning to bring Kiyohara home and make the score 5 1.

Maggie Ruckenbrod's two run homer in the fourth gave the Cards a 7 1 lead. Wolny registered a leadoff single and Ruckenbrod took her first pitch over the left field fence to add a pair of runs.

Providence tacked on another run in the fourth. Jessie Bryant drew a leadoff walk and hits by Stephanie Kiesel and Harrell loaded the bases. An error allowed Dederick to reach, but Bryant came home on the play to make the score 7 2.

Louisville's offense continued to produce two more runs in the fifth. Smithson Willett earned her third walk of the game and Keller sent a shot over left field for her second homer of the game and 10th of the season.

The Cards erupted for seven runs in the sixth, an inning which saw seven hits, including back to back home runs from Wolny and Ruckenbrod. Taner Fowler singled and came around to score on Arion's double to start the scoring. Kiyohara followed with a hit and moved to third on Soles' Michael Kors Cheap single. Kiyohara crossed the plate on Keller's sacrifice fly. A hit by Chrisanna Roberts placed two runner on for Wolny's seventh homer of the season which made the score 15 2. Ruckenbrod's second round tripper of the game increased the lead to 16 2.

Rachel LeCoq (13 4) got the win, allowing one earned run on five hits and striking out two in 4.0 innings of relief. Keller was 2 for 2 with three runs and seven RBI. Wolny was 3 for 5 with four RBIs and two runs. Ruckentrod was 2 for 5 with three RBIs and two runs to led the Cards at the plate.

Louisville 17 Providence 6

In the second game of the day, freshman Jasmine Smithson Willett was 2 for 3 with a home run and five RBI to lead a Cardinal lineup in which every starter had at least one hit, run and RBI to produce a season high 17 runs.

Louisville again took an early lead when Keller led off the game with a walk and took second on Hannah Kiyohara's sacrifice bunt and crossed the plate on Wolny's RBI single.

The Friars answered with a pair of runs in the bottom of the first. Kiarra Baldassari delivered a leadoff single and moved to second on an error. Megan Rollings' sacrifice bunt sent her to third and Jessie Bryant's RBI single tied the game at 1 1. Kristie Dederick's base hit put two runners on for Sarah Kitterman's RBI hit which pulled the Friars ahead 3 1. A walk to Kelsi Luttrell loaded the bases and Marie Fuego blooped a hit to shallow right field. Dederick scored on the play, but Kiyohara fired a throw to Ruckenbrod to tag Kitterman out at the plate for the third out of the inning.

Louisville used a three run homer from Smithson Willett to go back on top 3 2 in the second. Arion connected on a leadoff double and one out later, Mann's single put two runners on to set up Smithson Willett's first home run of the season.

Providence regained the lead with two runs in the bottom of the second. Megan Rollings walked and scored on Bryant's single to tie the game at 3 3. Shanell Harrell's base hit brought home Bryant to make it a 4 3 game.

The Friars' lead was short lived as Wolny led off the third with her second home run of the day and eighth of the season to tie the game at 5 5. Ruckenbrod followed with a double and came around to score when Trimble reached on an error. Trimble advance to third on Mann's base hit. After Mann stole second, Smithson Willett scored both runners on her two out single to make the score 8 5.

The Cardinals used seven hits, including doubles from Arion, Trimble, Mann and Keller and RBI singles by Ruckenbrod and Kiyohara, to put up a seven spot in the fourth.

Fowler's sixth homer of the season increased the lead to 17 5 in the fifth. Ruckenbrod led off the frame with her second double of the game and Fowler sent a shot over centerfield to push Louisville's scoring streak to 11 straight innings on the day.

Dederick added another run for the Friars with a one out solo home run in the bottom of the fifth for the 17 6 final.

Caralisa Connell (21 2) got the win, allowing three runs on three hits and striking out two in 4.0 innings. Ruckenbrod and Mann each went 3 for 4 with three runs and an RBI. Trimble was 2 for 4 with three RBIs and two runs.

Emily O'Keefe (2 5) took the loss, surrendering eight runs, seven earned, on eight hits in 2.2 innings. Bryant went 2 for 2 with two runs and two RBIs to lead the Friars at the plate.

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2015-Apr-17 - rts showed a silver

6 hurt as SUV hits replica christian louboutin group at ice cream shop

Steve Concialdi said. The restaurant is in Buena Park, about 20 miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles.

Witnesses said the SUV surged forward, hitting a small fence and running into those sitting and standing between the vehicle and the restaurant.

"It looked like the guy put his foot on the gas pedal instead of the brake," Daniel Long, who was eating with his family inside, told KCAL TV. "There were three people sitting on that bench he just went straight into them and crushed them up against the window."

Television news reports showed a silver Suzuki XL7 halfway in a parking space in front of the building, with its front end shoved over the fence onto a walkway.

A woman, 73, was critically injured and died at christian louboutin replica a hospital, Concialdi said.

Two other people were hospitalized with moderate injuries, three with minor injuries and a sixth person was treated at the scene for minor injuries, Concialdi said.

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2015-Apr-17 - een mired in delays for six

5 energy priorities

Republicans won control of the US Senate in the 2014 midterm elections, and they're already deciding what to tackle when they take the reins. Perhaps the most prominent and promising area for the next Congress to make headway is energy and climate.

Approval of the long delayed Keystone XL pipeline is high on the GOP majority's to do list, but it's not the only priority. Many Republicans are itching to expand liquefied natural gas (LNG) exports by speeding up the permitting process, and others hope to expand oil and gas drilling offshore and on public lands. Many hope Congress will pass a bill to boost energy efficiency, a rare energy issue that tends to win the support of both parties.

Republicans view their Senate majority as a chance to stall the "war on coal" they accuse President Obama of waging. It's also a chance to boost a US energy boom that's created jobs, lowered gas prices, and reduced American dependence on foreign oil. The US oil and gas sector has grown so quickly in the last several years that US production now rivals that of Saudi Arabia and Russia.

And energy provides fertile ground for bipartisan compromise, which will be especially important in a Senate where the GOP holds only a slim majority. Because legislation in the Senate requires 60 votes to beat a filibuster, Republicans need a handful of votes from Democrats to accomplish their goals.

That seems possible on energy issues if Republicans can enlist the help of energy state Democrats like Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D) of oil rich North Dakota and Sen. Joe Manchin (D) of coal heavy West Virginia.

The Republican controlled House has been passing bills to bolster the US oil and gas boom since they took over that chamber several years ago. House energy measures range from expanding drilling on public lands to expediting permitting for wells.

But those bills languished in the Senate under outgoing Majority Leader Harry Reid (D) of Nevada. Reluctant Democrats worry about adverse environmental effects of hydraulic fracturing and about the emissions associated with oil, gas, and coal.

Take a look at the top GOP energy priorities and the likelihood each comes to fruition:

Republicans hope their Senate majority is the key to finally getting the Keystone XL pipeline built. The project would carry about 830,000 barrels of Alberta oil sands a day from Canada to US Gulf Coast refineries.

The project has been mired in delays for six years, awaiting State Department approval because a section crosses the US Canada border. Environmentalists oppose Keystone XL, saying it would encourage investment in carbon heavy oil sands. Industry says the pipeline will create jobs and strengthen North American energy independence.

But Keystone could become a major dilemma for Mr. Obama, who has said he will only approve the project if it doesn't increase climate warming carbon emissions. Some observers say he could approve the project in exchange for a concession from Republicans perhaps on his climate agenda or on closing tax loopholes.

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2015-Apr-17 - special closed sess

3M in Rialto Unified lunch money

Rialto >> Judith Cheap Snapbacks Oakes, the former school district accountant, may have embezzled more than $3 million in lunch money over 14 years, according to an investigator hired by the district.

Rancho Cucamonga based private investigator Jeff Stewart firm, Stewart Investigations Services, was hired to do a forensic audit of the nutrition services department by the Rialto Unified school board. At the board meeting Wednesday night, Stewart reported that Oakes may have embezzled $1.8 million over eight years, and more than $3.1 million over 14 years.

a sad moment, school board President Joseph Ayala said Wednesday. much to say right now. who was an accountant with the district nutrition services department, was arrested on Aug. 7 on suspicion of embezzlement. According to a Rialto Police Department search warrant, chi hair straighteners she was recorded on video stuffing school lunch money into her bra.

The nutrition services department has an annual budget of $16 million, according chi hair products to Rialto Unified spokeswoman Syeda Jafri.

Attorney Trevin Sims of the Los Angeles office of Lozano Smith, which represents the district, advised the school board to release only limited information at this time, as Stewart investigation a number of people.

An attempt to reach her Thursday at her San Bernardino home was unsuccessful.

we have issues that we need to look into and that we need to work out, board Vice President Edgar Montes said at the board meeting. our house here in Rialto is dirty, we need to clean that house. will soon be a fifth investigation of the Oakes matter, Montes told the standing room only crowd in the board chambers. The Rialto Police Department, San Bernardino County District Attorney Office and San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools Office are conducting investigations into the Rialto Unified nutrition services department, along with Stewart Investigations Services.

The California Department of Education told Rialto Unified this week that it will be investigating the district as well.

And Stewart investigation may be continuing: When asked, he wouldn confirm his investigation was closed.

Rialto Unified has revised its accounting and security practices since Oakes arrest, according to a news release from the district Thursday afternoon.

unfortunate when people fall, Ayala said. do we want to be regarded here in Rialto? could not be reached for comment Thursday afternoon.

There will be a special closed session board meeting to discuss the status of the investigation on Oct. 2.

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2015-Apr-17 - y white kid walking the street

Aaron Jackson tries to cure a country

Rainn Wilson points at a gigantic pink worm walking in his direction. Yes, Dwight Schrute from television's The Office. And yes, a seven foot tall, star shaped parasite, with arms and legs, is walking toward the small stage where Wilson stands.

"Wait a minute," Wilson says to the crowd seated in an ivy lined second story courtyard at the W Hotel, on the edge of Beverly Hills. "It seems to be an actual intestinal parasite."

"Gimme this!" the guy in the worm costume says in an exaggerated New York accent. A cartoonish grin is plastered on the worm's face, and toilet paper taped on looks like feces. "It's a party! Hey! Parasites gotta live too, OK?"

"Get off the stage, buddy," Wilson orders as he grabs the microphone stand away from the giant talking worm. When the worm rebuts, Wilson drops the microphone and pushes the worm against the stone wall behind the stage. He slaps the Cheap Nike NFL Jerseys parasite's pointy head and knees him in the foamy groin. Then he turns the worm around with a headlock and takes him down to the ground.

As they jostle, the afternoon crowd of well dressed television and movie stars cheers. Wilson calls out: "Aaron! Come up here!"

Seated at a table just left of the stage, Aaron Jackson looks out of place. The rail thin, scruffy 27 year old from Broward County wears an oversized T shirt, baggy jeans, and Pumas. party.

Wilson kicks and punches the worm as Aaron approaches the stage. Jenna Fischer Pam from The Office is laughing and clapping. Legendary metal guitarist Slash smirks and nods, his mirrored sunglasses still over his eyes. Everyone hoots, cheering Aaron on. Wilson holds the worm's starfishy arm, and Aaron launches himself into the parasite's plump gut.

When Aaron gets off the worm, Wilson goes back to the microphone. "You're done here, joker," he tells the worm. "Boooo!"

The audience starts booing along, and the worm limps toward the door past the cast of The Office, past the stars of Reno 911! and Heroes, past Slash and Win Butler, lead singer of Arcade Fire.

Aaron makes his way back to his seat, but before he can sit down, the Cheap NFL Jerseys CHINA crowd stands to applaud. Some folks go over and hug the young man.

This event, called Cure a Country, is a fundraising party conceived and organized by Rainn Wilson. The goal is to raise enough money in a single day to help Aaron with a goal he has: to rid all 10 million people in Haiti of intestinal parasites to cure the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere.

Exactly how this shaggy, disheveled, community college dropout ended up bringing the cause c to a posh party full of Hollywood stars is a tale of saint like deliverance and self sacrifice with a touch of serendipity.

Aaron Jackson doesn't sleep. Yes, that's an exaggeration, but just barely. When he's in the United States, Aaron is a ceaseless geyser of emails, phone calls, and text messages. and continues far into the next morning.

When he does happen to nod off these days, it's on an old mattress in the corner of an $800 a month, microstudio apartment in Hollywood, Florida. The place doubles as the central office for his nonprofit organization, Planting Peace. Through this ever expanding international aid organization, Aaron has opened orphanages and shelters in Ecuador, Guatemala, Cambodia, and all across Haiti, where his work began. He has initiated efforts to conserve the Amazon rain forest, planted trees on depleted Haitian hillsides, and organized environmental cleanup programs across the United States.

The project that draws the lion's share of his time, however, and the issue to which Aaron has brought the most awareness, is intestinal parasites. The worms cause those bloated, distended bellies associated with Third World countries where there's no access to clean water. The parasites absorb up to 20 percent of a child's nutritional intake and, if left unchecked, cause brain damage, crippling physical handicaps, and eventually death.

Aaron has avoided the traditional foreign aid routes like the Red Cross. Instead, he started five years ago by bringing deworming pills to Haiti in his backpack. Since then, he has distributed more than 3.5 million treatments, which cost about 2 cents each in bulk, and he's done it all without a single government grant.

Ordinarily, as he's traveling through the most impecunious countries in the world, he has few requirements about where he'll sleep. Mostly, he tries to sleep near fans. "To a mosquito, a little fan is like a gigantic hurricane," he's fond of saying.

The mendicant lifestyle is a long way from how he grew up, living on a golf course in the quiet panhandle town of Destin, Florida. His stepfather was a golf pro, and young Aaron's life was all about hitting the links.

While taking classes at a community college, Aaron had an urge to get away from the sheltered life. On a trip to Costa Rica, Aaron witnessed real poverty, children living in squalor, infants so malnourished in the womb that they were born with deformed, weakened limbs.

When he got back, he looked for "a job where I could really help people." He found one with Sean Cononie, who runs the Homeless Voice shelter on Federal Highway in Hollywood.

He first went to Haiti with Cononie in 2004. It was then that he decided to start his first orphanage with a Haitian man he had befriended. Aaron got a job as a caddy on a Miami Beach golf course and sent the money he earned to keep the orphanage going. Soon, he felt like the money he was spending on rent should be going to Haiti too, so he gave up his apartment and started sleeping on the floor of Cononie's office.

It wasn't until 2008, when he returned from a trip to Cambodia, that Aaron moved into his tiny apartment/office near the beach in Hollywood.

His one man charity was gaining momentum. After a New Times cover story in July 2005 ("Saint Aaron," Eric Alan Barton), Aaron was featured on CNN's Heroes project in September 2007.

"When you meet these kids, when they have a belly full of worms, they're lethargic, they're in like a daze you can see," Aaron says. "Their eyes glaze over. And their bellies are swollen, and they're just sick all the time."

Within a day, the pills begin working and the children pass the worms. "You can see the children come to life. They start running around again and playing like kids are supposed to. It's unbelievable how much difference it makes, for less than 2 cents. I tell people for the price of a cup of coffee, you can deworm an entire school."

People connected with Aaron's story. They saw the CNN videos of sick children and this pale, scraggly white kid walking the streets of Port au Prince, handing out the medicine to cure them from his backpack. Donations, sometimes as much as $20,000 a day, poured in.

By the end of 2008, Aaron had distributed more than 3.5 million doses of deworming medication worldwide, with pills going to Sudan, Cameroon, the Dominican Republic, and Haiti.

With more money coming in the charity brought in just over a million dollars ($1,175,608) in 2008, according to tax records Planting Peace was able to do more. The organization sponsors a homeless outreach center in Guatemala, a home for teenaged prostitutes in Ecuador, and four programs in Haiti, including a home for children with AIDS in Port au Prince's gritty Cit Soleil.

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