A close up from security footage showed 28 year old Nicholas Robertson stretched out on the ground with a gun in his hand. He died at the scene Saturday morning in the south Los Angeles suburb of Lynwood.Two deputies fired 33 bullets at the man after he refused to drop the gun and walked across a busy street to a filling station where a family member was pumping gas, homicide Capt. Steven Katz said.he collapsed, his arms were underneath him, and the gun was still in his hand.

18, is coming off three consecutive 20 win seasons but made headlines nationally when it fired head coach Scott Cross in March.The Dallas Morning News reported that voices were raised during a meeting at the end of the 2016 17 season when athletic director Jim Baker told Cross he wanted UT Arlington to be “the next Gonzaga.” The Mavericks won a school record 27 games that season.Scott was dismissed shortly after last season’s 21 13 campaign. Baker hired Chris Ogden, an assistant coach at Texas Tech. Ogden played for and coached under Rick Barnes at Texas and later assisted Barnes at Tennessee.

Have you ever asked how high do planes fly? The answer is easy to understand when you remember how flight for aircraft works. The first thing to know is that air is a fluid just like water. So it works under the same rules. 4 points submitted 4 months agoSomeone may be able to correct me here, but in the details of the 2nd “owner,” it shows that it was sold as a Ford certified vehicle. Sometimes Carfax accidentally reports a dealership having the car as an owner. In my experience, this usually happens when someone moves to a different state and registers the car, which it looks like happened here.Either way, just get a PPI and if the car checks out, buy it.

Ms. BURTON: We’ve been trained, for the past couple of years, to kind of smolder at the camera, which, if you look at our old pictures, we do. In the photo shoot we just did, I mean, even if you look at our ad campaign around now, everybody’s just kind of being goofy and having fun..

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Facebook sent publishers into their latest platform panic in January, when it announced major changes in the wake of its troubles over fake news, foreign infiltration, hate speech and all around toxicity. To change the tenor, Facebook said it would boost the signal of messages from users’ personal friends while lowering the frequency of posts from media companies. It was a shock to publishers, which feared declines in traffic to their sites from Facebook and on their Facebook videos and articles..