For the Chelsea striker, trophies are more important than any individual awards he could get in the English Premier LeagueSpanish forward Alvaro Morata has scored five goals in ten matches this season for Chelsea in the English Premier League.But the striker is not happy with his current form, which he says can be better.“I think I can prove more,” he was quoted by Goal.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“In the past, it wasn’t easy for me, but this is a new season. I think it’s not important if you score 25 or 30 goals, it’s important you help the team to win.”“I prefer winning something and scoring less goals, but I will be so happy if I score a lot of goals and we win trophies this season. I’m a striker, it’s our job and it’s true that we need to score, and I am happy when I do,” he added.“I think for the supporters as well, when they come to see our matches, it’s good because we enjoy playing and we have had some very good performances with the ball.”
Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford has revealed that qualifying for Europe is their target this season under Marco Silva.Everton endured a difficult start to the Premier League season after recruiting Marco Silva and a number of players in the summer and Pickford now believes the team has gelled are is now looking forward to European football next year.“We’ve got a very good base camp, the mood is very good,” Pickford told Sky Sports.“The new players have come in and just bedded in straight away, flying straight away, and we’ve got a lot of competition for players which is beneficial because everyone has to be training hard, and everyone wants that shirt. It gives the gaffer a good headache.Premier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“He’s (Silva) very detailed, so every individual knows what they’re doing in that role. Attacking-wise I think we’ve got much more of a threat; Richarlison has come in, Bernard, Theo (Walcott) is flying, Mola (Ademola Lookman) is flying. So you’ve got a lot of choices here.“For Everton, I would say hopefully return back to Europe,” Pickford said. “I know the fans love it, and it’s a great status to have, and it’s quite tough being in Europe. It’s a stepping stone again from last season.“We’ve still got the FA Cup to play for, and the fans want some silverware, something to smile about. It would be a massive bonus, if not this year for Everton, then in the next few seasons.“Regarding England, we’ve got the opportunity to get some silverware. I know it’s a new competition, but it’s silverware, and we go in with the belief to be able to win that competition.”
Everton has lost the last two matches the team played in the English Premier League and for the manager, consistency is the key for victoryEverton started its 2019 the same way it ended its 2018: with a 1-0 defeat.And for manager Marco Silva, the key to return to their winning ways is consistency.“If you look at the past performances and results, we haven’t been consistent,” he told the club’s official website.“This is the moment to be honest and look clearly at the game, to analyze the match, and pass the feedback to our boys”Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“I felt our team was too nervous in some moments in the match. We did not put our game out there,” he added.“We knew before the match what they [Leicester] came here to do.”“We know, because of how they respect us, how they will come here to play. They started the game with a 4-5-1, blocking the space and waiting for our mistake,” he explained.“We made a mistake and they scored in that moment, which made things more difficult for us and after that we didn’t create the good moments to change the result for us.”
Posted: February 17, 2019 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) -Heavy rain and strong winds have brought snow to our local mountains. The San Diego Sheriff’s office in Julian is asking visitors to stay away because the driving conditions are too dangerous.There is also a chain requirement in effect for elevations that are at least 3,500 feet Snow warnings for Julian KUSI Newsroom February 17, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
August 2, 2019 KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Categories: California News, Entertainment, Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News, Politics FacebookTwitter Posted: August 2, 2019 California Innocence Project Brian Banks movie premiere 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) – The Brian Banks movie premieres Saturday in San Diego and features some of the work of the California innocence project at the California western school of law.The director of the California innocence project Justin Brooks joined Good Morning San Diego who will tell us more about this union.
With a proclamation from President Barack Obama yesterday, the United States entered into the U.S.-Colombia Free Trade Agreement. ASA congratulates the governments of both countries for their collaboration and cooperation in the interest of trade expansion.”The free trade agreement with Colombia holds a great deal of potential for America’s soybean farmers,” said ASA President Steve Wellman, a soybean farmer from Syracuse, Neb. “The pact expands a valuable and growing export market for American soybeans, meal, oil and products that require soy inputs like dairy, meat and poultry. The agreement also helps us regain lost market share in Central and South America’s third largest economy.”The agreement ensures that more than half of all U.S. farm exports to Colombia—including soybeans and soybean meal and flour—will become duty-free, with virtually all of the remaining tariffs to be eliminated over the next 15 years. The agreement also provides duty free tariff rate quotas (TRQ) on soybean oil, as well as livestock and dairy exports that utilize soybean inputs. To commemorate the event, ASA staff will join Colombian Ambassador Gabriel Silva for a reception at the Colombian Embassy in Washington today.Soybeans and soybean products are the largest U.S. agricultural export commodity, totaling nearly 1.5 billion bushels in 2011, with a value of more than $22 billion. Last year, the U.S. exported more than $182 million in soybeans and soybean products to Colombia, as part of $832 million in agricultural products. The International Trade Commission (ITC) estimates that the agreement will expand overall exports to Colombia by more than $1.1 billion and support thousands of additional American jobs.ASA represents all U.S. soybean farmers on domestic and international issues of importance to the soybean industry. ASA’s advocacy efforts are made possible through the voluntary membership in ASA by more than 21,000 farmers in 31 states where soybeans are grown.###For more information contact:Steve Wellman, ASA President, 402-269-7024, email@example.comPatrick Delaney, ASA Communications Director, 202-969-7040, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rep. King, who serves on the House Ag Committee, addresses soybean farmers during the ASA Legislative Issues and Education Forum. The ASA Board of Directors met this week in Washington, D.C. to conduct their summer Board meeting. ASA committees met on Monday and the WISHH committee met Thursday. ASA hosted the Legislative Issues and Education Forum, sponsored by Monsanto, on Tuesday.ASA President Danny Murphy welcomed participants to the forum, including ASA Board members and staff, state affiliate leaders and staff, representatives of the 2013 ASA/DuPont Young Leader program, and members of the media.Rep. Steven King (R-Iowa) kicked off this year’s forum by providing an update on House consideration of the 2013 Farm Bill, which was passed just days after ASA’s DC visit. Next, attendees heard about the future of aquaculture from Maine Aquaculture Association Executive Director Sebastian Belle.Following an update on United Soybean Board (USB) projects and research by USB Vice Chairman Jim Call, John Deere representatives spoke to the group about agricultural technology issues, including broadband access. Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) was the next Member of Congress to talk to the group, providing a U.S. Senate update on agricultural issues.Cuban Ambassador to the U.S. José Cabañas Rodriguez took the podium to tell attendees about bilateral trade relations with Cuba, followed by a presentation on international trade from U.S. Chamber of Commerce Director-Americas Jose Raul Perales.After an issues briefing update from ASA Washington staff, the farmer-leaders were ready to meet with their representatives on Capitol Hill to advocate for top soybean-farmer priorities, which they did on Wednesday. Sen. Sherrod Brown, the first Ohio senator in over 40 years to serve on the Senate Ag Committee, speaks to forum attendees. (ASA photos by Cassandra Langley)
Mike Bomar, 30, is the new executive director of the Southwest Washington Contractors Association, the 200-member group announced on Friday. He replaces Randy Graves, who resigned in March.Bomar previously worked for the Building Industry Association of Clark County, most recently as public affairs director for the homebuilder group. Bomar will be charged with increasing the organization’s membership base. The contractors’ group represents commercial general contractors and affiliate businesses and operates a construction plan center at 7017 N.E. Highway 99, Suite 214, in Vancouver.
When 23-year-old Ann Van Horn saw a Vancouver police officer preparing to pull over a friend’s black 1979 Ford Bronco one night last week, she thought it was for an equipment violation — the SUV, with large tires and a lifted frame, had no mud flaps.It was about 6:15 p.m. Wednesday. Van Horn was in her own car, a green Jeep Grand Cherokee, and her 6-month-old daughter, Isabel, was with her in a child seat. Van Horn was following her friend Jacob Conner home, not far from Marrion Elementary School, in case his 31-year-old SUV’s engine stopped running. “I noticed the cop pull out real fast as soon as he saw the Bronco,” she said.Unknown to Van Horn and Conner, it wasn’t about mud flaps.Officers in Vancouver and Hazel Dell were intently searching for a teenager who allegedly shot 19-year-old Daniel Thurston in the neck during a robbery the previous night, critically injuring him and paralyzing him from the waist down.The teen was believed to be armed with a large-caliber handgun. A witness had seen a black, older SUV like the one Conner was driving leave the scene of the 8:51 p.m. Tuesday shooting at the Parklane Apartments, 10205 N.E. Notchlog Drive in Hazel Dell.The officer who first spotted the Bronco on Wednesday night, and several more officers who were rushing to help pull it over, figured the young man driving it might be the one they were looking for — armed and willing to shoot people. Officials say the suspect had shot Thurston during a robbery involving marijuana.
A 41-year-old man was critically injured Monday night after he reportedly ran into traffic at Northeast 143rd Street and 20th Avenue, in the Salmon Creek area, and was hit by a southbound car.He suffered critical injuries and was unconscious when transported by AMR ambulance just before 9 p.m.,” Dawn Johnson, spokeswoman for Clark County Fire District 6, said in a bulletin. “The man was wearing patient scrubs and no shoes. The driver of the vehicle that hit him did stop.”The man was identified Tuesday morning as Keenan Moss, 42, of Vancouver. He suffered a serious head injury and other injuries, Johnson said.Wednesday evening, Moss was listed in critical condition in intensive care at Southwest Washington Medical Center, a nursing supervisor said.The case is being investigated by a detective with the traffic unit of the Clark County Sheriff’s Office, said sheriff’s Sgt. Linda Hayes.Just before running into traffic and being hit, the man had been discharged from Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center, Johnson said.He’d been taken to that hospital a few hours earlier, about 6 p.m. Monday, after witnesses called 911 and said he ran into traffic at East 40th and Main streets, swinging his fists and yelling, the bulletin said.The 6 p.m. incident is within the jurisdiction of the Vancouver Police Department. Johnson said she was told Vancouver police, after the 6 p.m. incident, put a hold on the man because he was believed to be a danger to himself.
Police are searching for a suspect in an attempted armed robbery at an east Vancouver Subway.An employee reported the robbery attempt at 1125 S.E. 163rd Place around 8:45 a.m. Friday.The suspect is reported to be a white female, about 23 years-old, 5-feet-6-inches tall, 135 pounds and has blond, jaw-length hair. She was wearing a black hooded jacket, jeans and white sneakers.Vancouver police are “still looking for someone in the area that matches that description,” police spokeswoman Kim Kapp said around 10 a.m.The suspect said there were armed men outside the restaurant and demanded money before running out the back door, according to radio traffic monitored at The Columbian.No one was injured in the attempt.
Three weeks after state law began allowing gardens with up to 45 marijuana plants for medical use, Clark County leaders are still struggling with sticky issues associated with the new law.The Clark County commissioners scheduled a public hearing for 10 a.m. Tuesday. They were expected to either extend their 60-day ban on collective gardens for the county’s unincorporated areas or end the ban, officials said. Clark County cities such as Vancouver, Camas, Washougal and La Center already have six-month bans in place. Ridgefield, Woodland and Yacolt do not.Change in state lawCities rushed to declare temporary bans last month after the state Legislature approved collective gardens. Officials said they needed time to study where the gardens should be placed, how the crop would be distributed and other details, officials said. The state law, which took effect July 22, is at odds with federal law that bans all marijuana use.State law allows for up to 10 people to grow up to 45 plants in collective gardens. State law also gives cities and counties the authority to establish zoning regulations for the gardens but not to ban them outright.“It’s not an issue whether medical marijuana is legal or not,” Washougal Mayor Sean Guard said, pointing to Senate Bill 5073. “The question has to do with the collective farms and what areas they should be in.”Gov. Chris Gregoire axed portions of proposed legislation allowing dispensaries for medical marijuana. Her decision to allow collective gardens caught many local lawmakers off guard, they said.
Police say driver inattention caused a two-vehicle crash Sunday afternoon in Hazel Dell that sent four people to the hospital.Around 3:20 p.m. Sunday, Brock Purdue, 16, was heading east on Northeast 78th Street when he turned left into the Goodwill parking lot on the north side of the street, in front of a westbound vehicle, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.The driver of that vehicle, Inna Gordiyenka, 29, of Vancouver, and two of her passengers, Nadezhda Stupak, 69, of California and a 4-year-old girl, were transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center. A third passenger, a 5-year-old boy, was transported to Randall Children’s Hospital at Legacy Emanuel in Portland.Due to the severity of the injuries, the Traffic Homicide Unit was called out to investigate the crash.Purdue had no passengers and was not injured in the crash. He will likely be cited for causing the collision, the sheriff’s office said.
For one man, the path started with a candy bar.One woman wanted to choose the man she would marry.For another, it started with her family’s epic journey 500 years ago.They came to Vancouver.Their stories came together on a recent Friday in a cluster of events, including two simultaneous community celebrations.As keynote speaker Elie Kassab welcomed 29 newly naturalized citizens, the Vancouver businessman recalled the moment in 1958 when he knew he wanted to go to the United States.As reporter Stephanie Rice wrote, his family went to see a fleet of U.S. Navy ships that had arrived in Beirut, Lebanon. A U.S. Marine handed the 7-year-old boy a candy bar. On the way home, Kassab looked back at the ships and admired a red, white and blue flag. At that moment, his dream to come to America was born, Kassab told the crowd at the Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.At the same time, another group gathered at the Remembrance Wall mural gallery. Veterans of overseas wars, or their family members, had a chance to inscribe their names on a mural panel.A woman wanted to have the name of her husband, who died in 2001, on the panel. They’d met in college, she said. He was a veteran of combat in the Pacific; she came to the U.S. from India, where her future would have included an arranged marriage.On that same Friday, Diana Golden suffered a heart attack; she died two days later. Her path here included the Greek island of Rhodes, where she grew up, and the Auschwitz concentration camp, where several family members died. In a 2006 story, Golden told The Columbian that she grew up speaking Spanish — the result of an earlier family transition.
Police identified the woman seriously injured in Hazel Dell late Wednesday night as 39-year-old Tanya Moser of Washougal.Moser was walking east across Northeast Hazel Dell Avenue in the 8600 block, near Target, with her dog. She was struck by a northbound Volkswagen driven by Frank Gaffrey, 70, of Vancouver, according to the Clark County Sheriff’s Office.The accident was reported at 9:16 p.m. Police say the area is poorly lit and has no crosswalks.Moser was transported to PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, where she was listed in satisfactory condition Thursday afternoon. Her dog was taken to St. Francis Veterinarian Hospital.Gaffrey was not injured and cooperated with law enforcement. Sheriff’s deputies determined that Gaffrey was not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, and was not speeding at the time of the crash. The sheriff’s office Traffic Unit did not issue any citations, but is continuing its investigation.
o Legal marijuana sales begin in Vancouver: Store opening draws hundreds to Uptown Village storeo Cannabis Chronicles blog post: New Vansterdam’s stock list for FridayAnd then there were two.The shelves are stocked, product bagged and staff is ready to roll at New Vansterdam, Vancouver’s second recreational marijuana store.The shop at 6515 E. Mill Plain Blvd. will hold its grand opening at 8 a.m. today. Hours will be from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. through the weekend and into next week, but could change after the opening rush settles down, said Brian Budz, one of the owners.Despite shortages around the state, New Vansterdam doesn’t expect to run out of stock anytime soon, he said.“Stock is good,” Budz said. “It’s still coming in due to the issues everyone around the state is having, but we should have just under 30 pounds at the opening. We are way above where we wanted to be to get through the weekend.”Prices will be about $20 a gram, and the store plans to sell 2-gram and 3.5-gram bags of buds through the weekend. So far, the store has 15 different marijuana strains from four growers: CannaMan Farms in Vancouver, Monkey Grass Farms in Wenatchee, Peninsula Cannabis in Port Angeles and Nine Point Growth Industries in Bremerton.Edible products and other items are not yet available because the state is still wrangling with how to handle dosages and labeling.Budz said he’s not sure what the opening day scene will look like, but if there are long lines, the store will have portable toilets and water available for customers.
The funding deficit for defined benefit (DB) pension schemes in the UK remained at £460 billion at the end of September 2017, according to research by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PWC).Its Skyval index, which is based on data relating to 5,800 DB pension funds and collected through the Skyval pensions platform used by trustees, sponsors and advisors, found that the funding deficit for UK DB pension schemes has been maintained at the same level between August 2017 and September 2017.At the end of September 2017, pension assets were £1,520 billion according to the current funding measure, which is used by pension fund trustees to determine organisations’ cash contributions. This is a £50 billion decrease from the £1,570 billion recorded in August 2017.The current funding measure liability target at the end of September 2017 was £1,980 billion, compared to £2,030 billion at the end of August 2017.Steven Dicker, chief actuary at PWC, said: “Long-term real interest rates, interest rates relative to inflation, as measured by government bond yields have increased over September, which has led to a £50 billion reduction to liabilities since August month end. However, there was no impact on the deficit due to falling asset values over the month.“The swing in the size of deficit from month to month is sensitive to small market movements, as demonstrated by the month to month volatility.”