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first_imgUPDATE: Batesville PD chief Stan Holt says that the original call came in as an apartment fire.When firefighters arrived on scene they knew of one child in the apartment.Firefighters were able to rescue the child and got it to the hospital in stable condition.Nine families have been displaced because of the fire, and the American Red Cross is on scene helping the families.BATESVILLE, Ind. — An active structure fire on Walnut Street between Pearl and Boehringer Streets have prompted several road closures.A one block radius around the building has been established for road closures.Batesville, Morris, Greensburg, Sunman, and Oldenburg Fire Departments are currently on scene.WRBI will have more details as they become available.last_img

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first_imgRelatedPosts Club’s server collapses over ticket demand for first Bundesliga game in 11 years Fulham keen on Lookman loan deal Bayern Munich fans undergo Super Cup coronavirus tests Wasteful Bayern Munich were made to sweat for a 3-2 win at Paderborn that sent them top of the Bundesliga on Saturday.The climb on the table came after RB Leipzig went down 3-1 at home to Schalke 04 for their first loss of the season.Bayern squandered a bagful of chances, hit the woodwork and conceded two goals in the second half in an inconsistent performance that put a damper on their league lead.The Bavarians went in front through Serge Gnabry in the 15th minute after a sensational start that saw them hit the post and create chance after chance.Remarkably top scorer Robert Lewandowski managed to somehow miss a completely open goal from 10 metres, firing wide.Gnabry then set up Philippe Coutinho 10 minutes after the restart for their second goal but instead of scoring again it was the hosts who came alive with Kai Proeger’s powerful volley in the 68th.Lewandowski got on the scoresheet with his 10th league strike when he chipped keeper Jannik Huth in the 80th to restore their two-goal cushion.But a sensational 30-metre missile from Jamilu Collins four minutes later renewed the hosts’ hopes and set up a nervous finale.Bayern are top on 14 points, one ahead of Leipzig who were caught on 13 by Schalke in third after a fourth straight win.Schalke went ahead with a powerful Salif Sane header in the 29th and doubled their lead through Amine Harit two minutes from halftime.Rabbi Matondo’s solo effort essentially killed off the game with Emil Forsberg grabbing Leipzig’s 200th league goal seven minutes from time.Schalke and Leipzig were joined on 13 points by Borussia Moenchengladbach, 3-0 winners at Hoffenheim, and Bayer Leverkusen, who beat Augsburg by the same score.Borussia Dortmund, on 10 points, host Werder Bremen later on Saturday. Reuters/NAN.Tags: Bayern MunichBundesligaRB Leipziglast_img read more

first_img Press Association Both Manchester clubs have been defeated in night games at Everton in the past two campaigns and Martinez acknowledges it is a setting which seems to bring out the best of fans and players alike. “It reverts back to a proper, classic environment to enjoy your football,” he said. “The special feeling that (a game under the) floodlights brings to Goodison is quite unique and that’s when all the players look forward to playing those sort of games.” Martinez may have only been at the Everton helm since the summer but he already appreciates the bond that exists between the club and their supporters. He added: “We rely on our fans and that’s why when you play at home you look forward to playing at a full capacity Goodison. “As a player you really enjoy playing with that support that we get as a home team. I did feel in the second half against Chelsea it was a real advantage to play in front of your fans and we want to replicate that. “If you look at all the results that we had last season at home they’re quite impressive and that goes down to the chemistry between the players and the fans, and that’s quite unique. It’s something everyone looks forward to being involved with on Monday.” The fans of Monday night’s visitors do not seem quite as content, though. Newcastle brought in just one recruit this summer, striker Loic Remy, which frustrated the Magpies supporters concerned at a slump in form which almost cost them their Premier League status last term. That feeling of unease was only heightened when they were thumped 4-0 by Manchester City in the first game, however Martinez, who has been a fierce critic of the summer transfer window’s current set-up, claims Alan Pardew still possesses plenty of talent in his ranks. “As I’ve mentioned many, many times the transfer window ‘circus’ allows people to have perceptions of teams that are wrong,” said the Everton boss. “They made their business early with the loan of Remy and after that they didn’t sign anyone. It seemed from the outside that they didn’t do good business but the reality is the squad has been strong since January. They made a lot of good signings and that group of players are settled. “I see a really good balance between experience and organisation but then a real threat with the likes of Remy, (Papiss) Cisse, (Hatem) Ben Arfa, (Yohan) Cabaye. “You’re talking about top, top footballers who are in a good moment in their careers and full internationals. “You take away the Manchester City game and they’ve been performing at a very, very good level so it would be foolish for anyone to underestimate the potential of this Newcastle side.” Roberto Martinez is hoping the “special” environment of playing an evening game at Goodison Park will help preserve the Barclays Premier League’s only remaining unbeaten record when his Everton side host Newcastle on Monday. The Toffees have turned their home into a fortress in recent years and have compiled a run of just one solitary defeat in 25 league games at Goodison Park, a streak which stretches back to March 2012. The Goodison effect was particularly prevalent two weeks ago as a raucous crowd helped roar Martinez’s men to a 1-0 victory over Chelsea and, after suffering the first defeat of his short reign in the Capital One Cup at Fulham in midweek, the Spaniard expects the atmosphere on Merseyside to once again play a part in aiding his side’s bid to get back on track. last_img read more

first_img Monk, put in charge for the “foreseeable future” following Michael Laudrup’s dismissal, watched Wayne Routledge give his side the lead just after the break before Nathan Dyer and Wilfried Bony completed a handsome 3-0 win. Kenwyne Jones missed two excellent first-half chances while the superb Craig Bellamy rattled the crossbar for the visitors. It may take time for the role to become a good fit for Monk, who, perhaps understandably, did not always look comfortable with the attention focused on him and regularly sought counsel from the likes of Alan Curtis and Pep Clotet in the dug-out. But he will not care one jot after claiming such a valuable three points, which moved the club he has served for a decade four points clear of the relegation zone and into the top half of the Premier League table. And ex-Swansea managers Rodgers and Martinez, now in charge of Merseyside heavyweights Liverpool and Everton respectively, had provided Monk with astute guidance as he prepared for his first game in charge. “I spoke to Brendan, I spoke to Roberto and I spoke to (Wolves boss) Kenny Jackett. All people who have been here,” he said. “The support I have had here has been magnificent. “They gave me advice which I will keep to myself, but they are guys at the very top of their game and when they are giving you good advice and wishing you well and giving you little bits and bobs it can only help.” Laudrup has indicated he will take legal action against Swansea over his dismissal, while chairman Huw Jenkins stated in his programme notes that the Dane lost his job because he feared the club’s principles were being eroded. Monk was clear on what he believes Swansea’s principles to be, but was keen to stress Laudrup’s time in south Wales will never be forgotten. “For me, with Michael, I have massive respect for him,” he said. “You don’t do something like finishing ninth and winning the first major honour in the club’s history without earning massive respect and we will never forget that. “We will always respect him and have him in our minds but in terms of the fact he has gone then I suppose we do have to move on, but we never forget people who have brought stuff to the club.” On Jenkins’ comments he added: “The first principle here is hard work. That was the first words I said to the players. “It is the only way you get where you want to get. That is the main principle we have always had here, and the style of play. “But you have to understand it and implement it every single day and I told the players when they come into training everything else stops, it’s about hard work what is going on in there. “That’s what I did this week, I did not give them time to think about what else was going on or what anyone has said. We wanted it to be quick, sharp and intense. But the players know that.” The game had been goalless at the break but Swansea led when Pablo Hernandez’s pass caught Fabio out of position and Routledge slotted home. Dyer then got away from Declan John to head in a Routledge cross, before Bony powered in his 17th goal of the season. Cardiff, who missed the chance to record the first league double in this fixture, have now lost four of the five Premier League games Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has taken charge of. They remain 19th, three points adrift of safety and with an inferior goal difference to all the sides above them. And Bluebirds boss Solskjaer admitted the defeat had been painful. “It hurts, of course, I hate losing, especially in games like this,” he said. “As anyone with Cardiff in their heart knows, there is nothing worse than losing this game. “Every goal there is something you can point your finger at. The first goal was disappointing as we were just a split second late in all our decisions. That sets the tone for the rest of the half.” Head coach Garry Monk has revealed how advice from Brendan Rodgers and Roberto Martinez helped him guide Swansea to a resounding south Wales derby victory over Cardiff. Press Associationlast_img read more

first_imgThe state’s proposed $93.2 billion budget for the upcoming fiscal year, which starts on July 1, arrived on Gov. Ron DeSantis’ desk Wednesday.On Tuesday, the governor warned that he plans to use his line-item veto power in order to make cuts to the budget, due to a loss in tax revenues amid the pandemic.He explained that such cuts could help keep lawmakers from having to revisit the budget before the election.“There’s going to be a lot more vetoes, there’ll be a lot of red,” DeSantis said during a news conference Tuesday.Lawmakers passed the plan on March 19 for the fiscal year that starts July 1.The budget (HB 5001) includes $690 million for Everglades restoration and water projects, as well as $500 million for teacher-pay increases, both of which are priorities to DeSantis.Another $100 million would go to the Florida Forever land-conservation program, while $50 million would be reserved for the Visit Florida tourism-marketing agency and three-percent across-the-board pay raises for state employees.Gov. DeSantis promises a lot more vetoes in the Florida budget this year, comparing it to the Red Wedding from Game of Thrones.So … who’s gonna be the one to tell him?— The Recount (@therecount) June 16, 2020 The largest portion of the budget, $39.36 billion, would go toward health and human services programs.Additionally, the budget would boost Medicaid payment rates for nursing homes, and provide additional money to the state Agency for Persons with Disabilities.It also includes $10 million for the Agency for Health Care Administration to hire a contractor who can assist with a Canadian prescription-drug importation program.At the end of the legislative session, Republican leaders put $300 million in reserves to brace against any economic slowdown from the coronavirus.DeSantis plans to move millions of unspent dollars in an economic development program called the Job Growth Grant Fund from the current year to the upcoming year’s general revenue.A May report from the Legislature’s Office of Economic & Demographic Research said the state’s revenue collections in April were more than $878 million below estimates, largely due to the decline in tourism. Figures for May have not yet been released.last_img read more

first_imghighlights Mark Ramprakash has been batting coach of England since 2014.England will take on Australia in five Tests in the 2019 Ashes after World Cup.Trevor Bayliss’ contract ends after the end of the Australia series in September. Bayliss’s assistant Paul Farbrace, begins work as Warwickshire’s sporting director next week. An ECB spokesman said: “We will finalise the coaching set-up for the Ashes in the next couple of weeks. Mark Ramprakash will not be part of the coaching set-up for the Ashes.” London: Mark Ramprakash will leave his role as England’s batting coach amid reports Graham Thorpe is ready to take the job in time for this year’s Ashes. Ramprakash had worked with England since 2014 and was focusing on the Test team while Thorpe worked regularly in the one-day set-up. Former Middlesex and Surrey batsman Ramprakash was contracted until the end of the forthcoming season but has been ousted following the arrival of new director of men’s cricket Ashley Giles. Ramprakash, whose last England assignment was the 2-1 Test series defeat against the West Indies, tweeted the news on Friday. “I’ve just been informed that I will not be involved in the Ashes series,” the 49-year-old wrote. “It’s been a huge privilege to support the team over the last 5 years. I’d like to wish all the staff & players the very best of luck for the future.” Ramprakash is the second senior member of the backroom team to leave ahead of head coach Trevor Bayliss’ departure at the end of his contract in September.  For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

first_imgNew Delhi: Steve Smith led the side from the front and helped his side register a 5 wicket win. (SCORECARD)19:45 hrs IST: That’s it from us. Hope you enjoyed our coverage as much as we did to bring this to you. Do join is for the next game as Delhi Capitals host Kings XI Punjab at Feroz Shah Kotla. Click Here19:42 hrs IST: FOUR! Stuart Binny finishes off in style. Rajasthan Royals win. 19:40 hrs IST: So 4 needed off the last over now!19:32 hrs IST: WICKET: Another golden duck for Asthon Turner. 9 runs needed off 11 balls! 19:28 hrs IST: WICKET: A well-made 43 by Riyan Parag comes to an end. Gets run out. Royals are complicating this chase. 19:22 hrs IST: Steve Smith smashes yet another IPL fifty. It has been a captain’s knock. Royals should close this game early. Just 17 more needed in three overs. 19:08 hrs IST: Both Steve Smith and Riyan has been able to take Royals close to the target. Mumbai, on the other hand, need something special to stay in the game. After 14 overs, it’s 18:58 hrs IST: 100 up for Rajasthan Royals!18:53 hrs IST: In the first leg of the second innings, Rajasthan Royals score 90 runs for the loss of three wickets. With Steve Smith still at the crease, Royals will fancy their chances to win two-in-two against Mumbai Indians this season. 18:45 hrs IST: WICKET: Knocked him over. Ben Stokes gets an inside edge and on to the stumps. Two wickets in the same over. 18:42 hrs IST: WICKET: To put this wicket in simpler terms, Sanju Samson did what was not needed at this stage. Royals had smashed two sixes in the last over, and could have easily ticked the ball in Rahul Chahar’s over. However, Sanju didn’t read the ball and went after it. Couldn’t clear long off fielder. Departs for 35. After 8 overs, it’s 7.5 overs, it’s 77/2. 18:34 hrs IST: The powerplay belongs to Rajasthan Royals and captain is leading from the front. Struck two boundaries in Malinga’s over. After 6 overs, it’s 60/1.18:22 hrs IST: WICKET: Rahul Chahar tossed the ball up, and Rahane tried to charge on the flighted delivery. However, the ball went straight into the hands of Suryakumar Yadav, who was at cover region. Departs for 12. 18:15 hrs IST: Rajasthan Royals is off to a blistering start. Ajinkya Rahane was joined by a new opener Sanju Samson, and he didn’t disappoint at all. In this partnership, Samson has been the aggressor. Rahane, on the other hand, is struggling to get some runs under his belt. After 3 overs, it’s 31/0.17:59 hrs IST: Ben Cutting launches Jofra Archer into the stands at deep midwicket and Mumbai Indians have reached 161/5 against Rajasthan Royals. This is a big task for the hosts.17:52 hrs IST: Hardik Pandya is trapped LBW by Jofra Archer with a searing yorker and this could benefit Rajasthan Royals. Out goes Hardik, in comes Krunal Pandya.17:48 hrs IST: Jofra Archer drops his third six and Pandya responds by hammering a six straight down the ground off Unadkat who continues to leak runs.17:37 hrs IST: Jofra Archer drops a sitter off Kieron Pollard and the batsman responds with a big six over deep midwicket. However, Pollard falls the next ball but Ben Cutting finds a boundary.17:30 hrs IST: Jofra Archer concedes very little and Mumbai Indians have reached 114/3. Pandya and Pollard will be aiming to get Mumbai Indians back on track but Rajasthan Royals have fought well.17:22 hrs IST: Quinton de Kock falls for 65 as he miscues a googly from Gopal to be caught at long on. The legspinner ends his spell with a brilliant 4-0-21-2.17:16 hrs IST: That is the wicket Rajasthan Royals wanted. Sow and short from Stuart Binny, Suryakumar Yadav top-edges the pull shot and is caught at deep backward square leg.17:06 hrs IST: Quinton de Kock launches Jaydev Unadkat for a big six straight down the ground. It is his second six and Mumbai Indians are setting a great platform to reach a wonderful score.16:57 hrs IST: Fifty for Quinton de Kock and his brilliant knock continues his magnificent run in IPL 2019. Fantastic stuff from the opener and Mumbai Indians are in a great position.16:45 hrs IST: The partnership between De Kock and Suryakumar Yadav is 50 runs. The South African opener continues his great form while Suryakumar is looking in great touch.16:35 hrs IST: Mumbai Indians end the powerplay with 46 runs in six overs. This is a decnet start but the pitch is not too conducive for stroke-making. 16:24 hrs IST: 4,4,4,6. Quinton de Kock is in sublime form and Dhawl Kulkarni concedes 19 runs in his second over. Much needed boost for Mumbai Indians after the fall of Rohit Sharma.16:20 hrs IST: In the air but safe! Quinton de Kock dances down the track and mistimes the lofted shot to long on but Jofra Archer runs in and the ball falls just in front. De Kock utilises the opportunity well and cracks Dhawal Kulkarni for two boundaries in the fourth over.16:18 hrs IST: Superb bowling from Gopal. Tossed up and given a bit more loop, Rohit dances down the track but he is beaten by the dip and he chips it back to the bowler. Great start this for Rajasthan Royals.16:15 hrs IST: Another good over from Rajasthan Royals as Dhawal Kulkarni bowls in the right areas and channels. Shreyas Gopal in and he gets the big wicket of Rohit Sharma.16:09 hrs IST: Great over from Stuart Binny as he concedes just three runs in the first over. There is some swing but the pitch is sluggish as Rohit Sharma struggles for timing.15:42 hrs IST: Rajasthan Royals have chosen to bowl against Mumbai Indians. Steve Smith will lead the side and Ben Stokes is back. Jos Buttler misses out while Rahul Tripathi is out. Mayank Markande in for Mumbai Indians. Here are the playing XIs.Mumbai Indians: Rohit Sharma(c), Quinton de Kock(w), Suryakumar Yadav, Krunal Pandya, Hardik Pandya, Kieron Pollard, Ben Cutting, Rahul Chahar, Mayank Markande, Lasith Malinga, Jasprit BumrahRajasthan Royals: Sanju Samson(w), Ajinkya Rahane, Steven Smith(c), Ben Stokes, Ashton Turner, Stuart Binny, Riyan Parag, Jofra Archer, Shreyas Gopal, Jaydev Unadkat, Dhawal Kulkarni15:20 hrs IST: The situation is dire for Rajasthan Royals. They have won only two out of eight games and are in seventh spot. They need to win all their games. On the other hand, Mumbai Indians need to win at least two games in order to seal a spot in the playoffs. They are in good form heading into this clash.15:12 hrs IST: A warm welcome to the match between Rajasthan Royals and Mumbai Indians from the Sawai Mansingh stadium in Jaipur. First, the big news. Ajinkya Rahane has been replaced as captain and Steve Smith will lead the Rajasthan Royals. This is a big move considering that a loss today could effectively kill off Rajasthan Royals’ chance of entering the playoffs. For all the Latest Sports News News, Indian Premier League News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.last_img read more

first_imgLess than five minutes into the rematch of the 2006 NCAA Championship game foes, Wisconsin looked poised to pick up right where they left off against Boston College. The Badgers had just benefited from the Eagles’ second penalty in 27 seconds and were about to have a 5-on-3 man advantage. That’s when everything got funny. Late in the power play, Boston College’s Nathan Gerbe — who would score two goals on the night — managed to find the puck against the boards with open ice ahead of him and proceeded to waltz into the Badger zone and bury a deep wrister to give BC a 1-0 lead. Mike Eaves couldn’t recall another instance of such a goal being scored. Boston College’s Jerry York said it had been a “long, long time” since he had seen a 5-on-3 goal, which is saying something coming from a coach in his 35th season. The Badgers never recovered from there, losing ugly 3-0 Friday and uglier in a 4-1 drubbing Saturday night. “They were ready to play, plain and simple,” Wisconsin captain Andrew Joudrey said. “We’ve been home for three weeks in a row, and you think we would have learned by now. They have good experience, but so do we. Shame on us for not playing better.””We just came out flat Friday night,” senior defenseman Jeff Likens said.The losses leave UW scratching its collective head as to where the team is right now, as the team prepares for its longest road trip of the season next weekend when they travel to Alaska-Anchorage. Roughly one month into the season, the University of Wisconsin men’s hockey team is at .500. Coming off of a national championship and bringing back a Hobey Baker Award nominee, the Badgers probably didn’t expect to be 3-3-1 (2-1-1), but the slow start doesn’t have UW players and coaches rushing for the panic button yet. “I think the morale is fine,” Eaves said. “We’re in the middle of a long process right now. We have a lot of young faces on the team.”The quality of UW’s opponents thus far has had a definite impact on how UW has started the season, having played top-five teams in two of the last three series in then No. 5 North Dakota and current No. 5 BC.Wisconsin has also had to deal with a plethora of injuries to key players, and it has shown. In Friday night’s contest especially, Wisconsin looked like a team that was playing with lines that weren’t gelled yet as passes were consistently off target and offensive chemistry seemed lacking. “Part of the metamorphosis [for this team] is learning to deal with injured players,” Eaves said. According to Eaves and the players, the adversity of a .500 record is acceptable, especially considering it is early in the season.”I think it’s pretty good,” Eaves said of the Badgers’ place in the standings. “I think we’ve grown with a lot of experience for a lot of young people, and you know what, it’s kind of hard lessons right now, but at the end of the year those will help us.””I think the gap is minimal,” forward Jake Dowell said when asked to assess how big the gap is between Wisconsin and the nation’s top teams. “When we play our game and we force turnovers and we play physical we’re a tough team to beat. It’s just a matter of playing that way 60 minutes.”Boston College played better on Wisconsin power plays than the Badgers did, scoring the 5-on-3 goal and having a chance to score at least one other shorthanded goal on Saturday. The Badgers only scored on one of their 11 power play opportunities, however, UW players refused to make any concessions about the team getting down on itself, despite being outscored 7-1 on the weekend. “Seeing a team play like that only makes us better,” Likens said.last_img read more

first_imgJunior center Toa Lobendahn tore both his ACL and MCL and is out for the season, head coach Clay Helton announced after practice on Thursday. Lobendahn sustained the tear in the season opener against Alabama. “It’s very sad news for us,” Helton said. “[Lobendahn’s] one of the loves of my life; he will be missed greatly.”Doctors discovered the MCL tear earlier in the week, then proceeded to find the ACL tear following more observations, according to Helton. Lobendahn appeared to suffer the injury in the first quarter of last week’s season-opener against No. 1 Alabama. On a fourth-and-7 play, Alabama linebacker Ryan Anderson fell on Lobendahn’s knee following a sack, likely aggravating the injury. Loebendahn remained in the contest until the beginning of the fourth quarter. “Being the warrior that he is, he didn’t even complain about it,” Helton said. “He came off the field after the game and said [to the coaches], ‘My knee just doesn’t feel right.’”Lobendahn has a history with knee injuries; this is the second consecutive season that a torn ACL has derailed Lobendahn’s season. He missed the final seven games of the season after injuring his knee in the Utah game. Redshirt junior Nico Falah will replace Lobendahn. With several injuries at the center position last season, Falah stepped into the role in 2015 to close out the season. “Falah has been in this position before and did a great job for us last year towards the latter half of the season,” Helton said. “I have all the confidence in the world in [Falah] … he’s a veteran — a redshirt junior — who has been out here every single day at practice working his tail off just for this opportunity.”Helton said Lobendahn has already undergone surgery and that the junior will use a redshirt year. Falah is an offensive tackle who can also play center. His lone career start came in the Pac-12 championship game last season against Stanford. Helton said that redshirt freshman Cole Smith will serve as Falah’s backup and redshirt sophomore Chris Brown could play center in an emergency.last_img read more