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  • Flintridge Center Remembers Jaylene Moseley One Year Later

    first_img STAFF REPORT Pasadena’s ‘626 Day’ Aims to Celebrate City, Boost Local Economy 83 recommended0 commentsShareShareTweetSharePin it Home of the Week: Unique Pasadena Home Located on Madeline Drive, Pasadena STAFF REPORT First Heatwave Expected Next Week Herbeauty5 Things To Avoid If You Want To Have Whiter TeethHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThe Kardashians Know How To Throw A Good Party!HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyYou Can’t Go Past Our Healthy Quick RecipesHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyTips From A Professional Stylist On How To Look Stunning In 2020HerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeautyThese Are 15 Great Style Tips From Asian WomenHerbeautyHerbeautyHerbeauty12 Female Fashion Trends That Guys Can’t StandHerbeautyHerbeauty Community News Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Get our daily Pasadena newspaper in your email box. Free.Get all the latest Pasadena news, more than 10 fresh stories daily, 7 days a week at 7 a.m. People Flintridge Center Remembers Jaylene Moseley One Year Later By STAFF REPORTS Published on Monday, May 25, 2020 | 11:36 am CITY NEWS SERVICE/STAFF REPORT Pasadena Will Allow Vaccinated People to Go Without Masks in Most Settings Starting on Tuesday Top of the News center_img Jaylene Moseley shown honoring a local resident during the 2014 “Walk Northwest” event at the Flintridge Center.On the one year anniversary of founder Jaylene Moseley’s death, the Flintridge Center sent out an email honoring Moseley along with an update on the work at the center.“Today marks one year since we lost our President, mentor, friend and inspiration – Jaylene Moseley,” the email reads. “She was an agent of change whose values continue to guide our organization through these challenging times. Through her kindness and wisdom, Jaylene built a community of supporters, partners and leaders. We are grateful to be among them and plan to move forward with a renewed commitment to the Vision 20/20 Network.”Moseley died on May 25, 2019, one day before her 70th birthday, following a battle with cancer.Winner of multiple awards for her work in the community, Moseley also founded the J. L. Moseley Co., which developed and managed commercial real estate in Northwest Pasadena and Altadena.Moseley was involved in Pasadena and Altadena community affairs for more than 25 years. As president of the non-profit Flintridge Center, she helped the community as it struggled with gang violence and the reintegration of prison parolees into society. Moseley served as the managing director of the center from 1986 through 2007.In 2002, Moseley formed a coalition of students and residents to establish after-school activities at John Muir High School. The effort led to the creation of Mustangs on the Move, consisting of 20 educational and enrichment programs.Since her death, the center has expanded Youth of Promise to include diversion services for youth in lieu of justice involvement, and in January – for the first time – provide all Apprenticeship Preparation Program participants with weekly stipends.Although the COVID-19 pandemic has presented an unforeseen challenge, employees at the center are committed to moving forward.The Youth of Promise team provided rental and grocery assistance to families experiencing food and housing insecurity; later they led a procession of cars in wishing happy birthday to a program participant. Every day the reintegration case managers connect with individuals recently released from incarceration, who face a dramatically changed landscape because of the COVID-19 pandemic.Last Friday, the team took part in a virtual commencement ceremony to share in the accomplishment of a case manager who received her Master of Social Work degree.“Today’s normal is clouded by uncertainty, anxiety and isolation,” the email reads. “But it is also a time of resilience, humility and community. At Flintridge Center, we are lucky to see these traits every day: in the young people overcoming poverty and violence in the Youth of Promise program; in the adults breaking cycles of incarceration within themselves and their families; and in each other, in our team. This month, we are reminded of where we learned these qualities … Through these experiences, we celebrate resilience, practice humility, and take comfort in community. We honor Jaylene’s legacy and carry forward her vision.” Make a comment Business News Name (required)  Mail (required) (not be published)  Website  faithfernandez More » ShareTweetShare on Google+Pin on PinterestSend with WhatsApp,Virtual Schools PasadenaHomes Solve Community/Gov/Pub SafetyCitizen Service CenterPASADENA EVENTS & ACTIVITIES CALENDARClick here for Movie Showtimes Subscribe More Cool Stuff EVENTS & ENTERTAINMENT | FOOD & DRINK | THE ARTS | REAL ESTATE | HOME & GARDEN | WELLNESS | SOCIAL SCENE | GETAWAYS | PARENTS & KIDS Community Newslast_img read more

  • Member experience matters

    first_imgClient experience (CX) matters.  It is a predictor of business growth.  In the financial services industry, healthy member relationships give businesses staying power and renewed marketability. Happy members directly impact the bottom line and here are the numbers to prove it:CX is not only about operational efficiency, emerging technology, user experience design or Net Promotor Scores; rather it is about turning the lens back onto the organization and determining what it feels like to do business with the institution.  At its core, CX it is about putting ourselves in the shoes of a member.  It is about gathering and analyzing data around what the member is saying.  We do this to determine what they truly value, eliminating our biased internal hypothesis or assumptions. It is those biases – often overlooked –  that are sometimes baked into the most fundamental assumptions we make as we start out on a CX journey.In a highly commoditized industry, value does not only reside in the products and services a financial institution offers, but also in the way it delivers those to the consumer too.  The effectiveness of the delivery is what defines client experience.  CX is the cumulative effect and impression left on the member over time.  Each time a member interacts with a CU, their experience may affect the outcome of that relationship.  I use the word “may” to describe the effect on the outcome because not all touch points have the same weight or level of importance; they don’t leave the same imprint on the member. The experience related to remote check deposit most likely is not as important or significant in the overall relationship as applying and being approved for a loan.  Ultimately when you think about the multitude of touch points with a member, whether it is a call, mobile app, website, or a branch, there are a select few that are known as “Moments of Truth”.  These are points in the process that if not conducted to a member’s level of expectation, can lead to deep disappointment.  These moments of truth can make the difference between someone continuing with an online process vs. abandoning it, using the CU as their lender or going to a competitor, referring your institution to a friend or not.Many credit unions are pouring resources into transforming the customer experience.  The results are mixed; this is understandable given the complexity of the journey.   The good news is that regardless of the institution’s size or goals the elements that help define the CX transformation strategy are as outlined in Figure 2.In order to devise an effective CX transformation strategy the above six elements need to be analyzed and understood.  The insight gained from each element will need to be combined in order to determine major CX gaps, particularly in relation to your competitors and voice of members.Workflow Analysis – Get intimate with your processes – the devil will be in the details. On a macro level, all the processes in your CU can be grouped under 4 “journeys”: On-Boarding, Transacting, Administrating & Resolving.  Each category of journey is comprised of processes: for example, “Onboarding” has distinct and separate workflow (process) for new accounts vs. loans vs. credit card.  Under the journey of “Transacting” wire transfers, ACH, check deposit…all have distinct processes.  The first step for workflow analysis is to determine the processes that have the highest impact on client experience.  Based on our work with CUs a best practice is to develop an inventory list of all processes for each journey and prioritizing them based on volume, CX impact, and complexity.  Once a process has been selected it will have to be documented in detail and critical operational data gathered in order to gauge its effectiveness level both from a member’s perspective as well as operational performance.Journey Mapping – While workflow analysis is focused on understanding process performance from an operational perspective, journey mapping is about looking at the process and resulting experience from a member’s perspective. Journey maps are to highlight distinct points in the process that leave deep impressions on the client – either delight or disappoint.Operational Data – Data provides context and helps with prioritization. Typical data that should be collected for process analysis includes: volume of transaction/request, cycle time (request initiation to completion), rework/reject rate, conversion % (submitted loans/closed loans), number of member contacts…Voice of Customer – Talk to them…they will tell you what they value. With all the data collection, analysis and mapping it is sometimes easy to forget about what the customer actually wants.  The only way to really know what they want is by speaking with them.  I am not talking about doing surveys, but actually calling them. Ensure that you have a good representation of the members you will interview: young, old, new relationship, long tenured, high net worth, early in career…Benchmarking – Go beyond banking for understanding what is shaping customer expectations. Companies like Google and Amazon are driving people’s behavior, so it may be more insightful to understand how other industries are using technology, data and culture to elevate client experience.Call Center Efficacy – Sometimes call centers are the closest you can get to understanding client’s level of satisfaction. Collecting and analyzing call center data can help determine why customers are calling in…have we not enabled them to self-serve? Escalations and disappointments – consider these gold.  Most people will not tell you if they are unhappy, so if they take the time to call you, know that there is a problem impacting other members too.In the end how will you measure the effectiveness of your CX transformation?  Based on our in-person surveys of bank and credit union customers they are looking for three things: Simplicity, Transparency & Empowerment.Simplicity – Make the process easy and intuitive. Let me begin with ease and finish the process with successTransparency – Talk to me, let me know where I am in the process. Don’t let days go by without letting me know how my request is being handled.Empowerment – Give me the options to do business with you in the ways I want to – branch, mobile, web.If your credit union collects and analyzes the data we discussed and structures the transformation to deliver to the expectations discussed above then you are on the right path.  This is a long journey, with heavy reliance on c-suite support.  Your culture will change, for the better.  Your processes will become more streamlined, scalable and efficient.  In the end you will be in better place both for your members and your employees. 2SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Sheila Shaffie Sheila is the co-founder of ProcessArc, a consulting and training company focused on client experience and transformation.  Her company is a trusted partner of financial institutions globally including: CUNA Mutual … Web: https://www.processarc.com Detailslast_img read more

  • City plan birthday gift for Guardiola

    first_img– Fresh doubts –There is plenty for City to be positive about in attack, despite the failure to sign Sanchez and the continuing absence of Gabriel Jesus with a knee injury.Guardiola’s team have scored 10 times in their past three league and cup matches.City remain without full-backs Fabian Delph and Benjamin Mendy because of knee injuries, as well as Jesus, but Guardiola has his other key senior players available.Newcastle travel to Eastlands with fresh doubts surrounding the future of manager Rafa Benitez after the collapse of takeover talks.Mike Ashley has pulled out of negotiations to sell to Amanda Staveley’s PCP Capital Partners consortium, leaving Benitez with little prospect but to continue working under the club’s billionaire owner, with who he has an increasingly strained relationship.It threatens to be a third consecutive transfer window where the manager has failed to receive significant financial backing to boost a squad desperately short of top flight quality.Newcastle have won their past two away league games to leave them three points above the relegation zone as they bid to avoid an immediate return to the Championship.They have failed to beat City in 20 Premier League meetings since their last victory more than 12 years ago, and Benitez came in for criticism for his ultra-defensive tactics as Guardiola’s side won 1-0 at St James’ Park last month.However, Benitez said: “I’m not worried by the criticism. Would it stop me from doing the same again? No. I will do what I have to do to win for my team.”Share on: WhatsApp Manchester, United Kingdom | AFP | Manchester City plan to give Pep Guardiola a belated birthday present when the leaders try to bounce back from their first Premier League defeat in more than nine months against Newcastle on Saturday.City boss Guardiola, who turned 47 on Thursday, watched as his side’s 30-game unbeaten league record was ended in a thrilling 4-3 defeat at Liverpool last Sunday.It meant City’s lead at the top of the table was reduced to 12 points, as Manchester United moved up to second place by beating Stoke on Monday.Guardiola himself has repeatedly urged caution, declaring just before the Liverpool match that City could still lose the title.The Spaniard has also said the true test of his team would come in how they responded when they did finally lose a league game – and he will find that out this weekend.“We lost against a fantastic Liverpool team. We have to be sure to win the next one and fight until the end to win the Premier League,” Guardiola said.“We have to fight – especially in this league, with a lot of games in the last two months, with four competitions. Now we must analyse and be positive.“People asked if everything was over and done before Christmas, and now it’s January and it’s not. We have a lot of games to win to be champions.”City have had a mixed week off the pitch, having decided to end their attempts to sign Arsenal forward Alexis Sanchez, but securing central defender Nicolas Otamendi on a contract extension that runs until 2022.Otamendi has been a key player for City this season, to the extent that Guardiola has described him as ‘Superman’, and his steadying influence is likely to prove crucial as defensive partner John Stones and goalkeeper Ederson attempt to respond positively after errors that led to Liverpool goals last weekend.last_img read more

  • Homeless man beat woman to death, left body inside burning home

    first_imgAccording to a Delray Beach police report, surveillance video showed Lee walking with Passick in the area shortly before the fire.When detectives questioned Lee about Passick, he admitted that they walked to the home together to use heroin.“We were high, and I was paranoid, and I thought she had took something from me and I couldn’t find it,” Lee told detectives, according to the report.Lee, believing she had taken one of his heroin capsules, said they argued and she got “smart,” so he “snapped,” shoving her to the ground and punching her, police said.Then, Lee told detectives, he grabbed a metal object and beat her too many times to remember, saying he “just zoned out and kept hitting her,” police said.“I was like in a rage,” Lee said, according to the report.By the time he realized a fire had started, Lee took off, but he denied starting the fire, police said.An autopsy determined that Passick died of multiple blunt-force trauma.Lee was being held without bond Wednesday morning at the main Palm Beach County jail. A homeless man confessed to beating a woman to death and then leaving her in an abandoned home that caught fire, police say.Sherric Lee, 31, was arrested Tuesday on a charge of second-degree murder in the death of Stacey Passick, 53, whose body was found Monday inside a Delray Beach home. Death inside burning home being investigated as a homicidelast_img read more

  • Durant’s history after injuries says he’ll excel for Warriors Monday

    first_imgIf we’ve learned anything from Kevin Durant’s previous injuries in his career, we shouldn’t expect a drop off in offensive production Monday night when he returns for Game 5 of the NBA Finals.Whether returning from a fractured foot, an ankle sprain, MCL sprain, tibial bone bruise, twisted ankles, strained hamstrings or a strained calf, Durant’s jumper has always been as good as new.Actually, he’s been even better.There have been five instances when injuries forced Durant to miss at least …last_img

  • An update on the DuPont/Dow merger

    first_imgShare Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest At this year’s National Association of Farm Broadcasting Annual Meeting, representatives from DuPont Pioneer were visiting with ag media about soybeans yields that were tremendous in 2016 and corn yields that were great where Mother Nature was friendly and yields that held their own where challenges hampered the growing season. They attributed the success of their hybrids and varieties to a robust research and development process and that process will look to be more progressive after DuPont Pioneer’s pending merger with Dow.“This opportunity to merge really bringing together the strengths of three complimentary companies in DuPont Pioneer, DuPont Crop Protection and Dow AgroSciences,” said Steve Reno, DuPont Pioneer’s Vice President of business operations in US & Canada. “Growers today are demanding more innovation and faster innovation and together we are going to be in a better position to do that.”As for the timeline for the merger to be complete, it all depends on the regulatory process.“We are currently working with regulatory officials around the world,” Reno said. “We’re making good progress and we are looking to close on the merger in the first quarter of 2017.”Reno says then the real work begins to bring growers more choices and more solutions for their farm.AUDIO: The Ohio Ag Net’s Ty Higgins visits with DuPont Pioneer’s Steve Reno about the progress of his company’s merger with DowAgrosciences.DuPont Pioneer Steve Renolast_img read more

  • Yobongo Hits the App Store: Can It Deliver?

    first_imgRelated Posts The Rise and Rise of Mobile Payment Technology mike melanson Yobongo, the iPhone app that “makes it super fun and easy to chat with people nearby,” has finally gone live in the iTunes App Store. After a month in beta testing, Yobongo has shown itself to be a well-designed, functional mobile chat room. Now, just one thing remains to be seen – can it deliver on its promise of “ambient real-time communication”?Yobongo founders Caleb Elston and David Kasper left Justin.tv last October with the intention of creating “a new way to communicate and share with people nearby from your mobile device.” Yobongo is that “new way.”According to Elston, the release is going to focus on San Francisco, Austin (home of this month’s SXSW festival) and New York City. When users launch the app in one of these cities, the app will determine in real time what chat group they will be added to according to their location, who they might have spoken with in the past and group density. “We analyze every pair of messages sent through the system and use that to build up an understanding of who you like talking with,” explained Elston. Then when you open Yobongo we place you with people you have the strongest affinity for.” So far, however, the app has simply served as a private mobile chat room for a hand-picked group of 150 beta testers. So how do they know that, once it goes live and out to the masses, it’s going to function as planned? They already released the app under a different name in Canada to test out the location and grouping functionality.Will It Translate?When blogger Robert Scoble discussed the app last month, he asked a key question of it – can it “avoid the ‘masses are asses’ chat room problem?”While Elston provided us with a slew of statistics on the app’s usage over the last month, there’s only one problem – Yobongo users, so far, consist of a hand-picked group of early adopters, tech insiders, bloggers and Silicon Valley techies. Can we judge adoption and usage on how much these folks like talking to each other in a private mobile chat room? We’re not so sure. At the same time, it’s solidly designed, functional and could have a strong showing as a way to meet random folks at the year’s largest gathering of techies and the often socially-inept. As Scoble asks, “Will it still be interesting when we get drunk at SXSW?”One commenter points out that location, just like real identity (which Yobongo also requires) could help deal with this problem. “Location limiting alone is huge,” he writes. “I’m less likely to be an ass to you if there aren’t six routers and four firewalls between us.”Of course, there’s just one more question to ask: Do users really want this? Were we really missing out on being able to chat with small groups of people who are located nearby? We have Twitter for people we know and don’t know. We have GroupMe, Kik, Fast Society and any number of other group messaging apps for folks we already know. Is the socially “unknown,” the stranger, what people were really looking for in their mobile communications experience?For now, the only thing to do will be to go grab yourself a copy and see if it can, indeed, deliver. What it Takes to Build a Highly Secure FinTech …center_img Tags:#Apple#Location#mobile#web Why IoT Apps are Eating Device Interfaces Role of Mobile App Analytics In-App Engagementlast_img read more

  • Never Home Alone

    first_imgEvery single one of us — those of us who lives indoors — is cohabiting with all manner of living uninvited guests: bacteria, fungi, insects, plants, and even rodents. And many of them appear “in nature” only inside our homes. Wouldn’t the healthiest home be the one purged of all these interlopers? The answer, according to Rob Dunn, is a resounding no. Rob Dunn, professor of applied ecology at North Carolina State University, has been researching this particular habitat — our homes — for most of his professional career. His new book, Never Home Alone: From Microbes to Millipedes, Camel Crickets, and Honeybees, the Natural History of Where We Live, is a fascinating research-driven story of academic adventure. I am serious: this book is the first nonfiction page-turner I have read in a very long time.RELATED ARTICLESIndoor Microbes and Human HealthAll About Indoor Air QualityCommon Sense On Mold Guests that play a role Chapter by chapter, Dunn makes the case for the important role all these guests play in indoor habitats. And that is key: we like to think of our homes as completely separate environments just for us, decoupled from the “wild.” Nothing could be further from the truth, and (as conveyed in Chapter 1, “Wonder”) no one has so relentlessly studied our indoor environments since Antony Leeuwenhoek: [Paraphrased from Dunn] – Sometime in 1676, Leeuwenhoek walked the block and half to the market to buy black pepper. He did not sprinkle the pepper on his food. He carefully added a third of an ounce to a teacup of water, checking on the peppercorns again and again. After three weeks, Leeuwenhoek made a pivotal decision: he examined the now cloudy water with a very crude microscope and saw “…an incredible number of very little animals of diverse kinds.” Unlike many scientists then and since, Leeuwenhoek focused on the world around him, mostly in his home and neighborhood: fleas, flies, fungi. More than four hundred and fifty years later, Dunn made a pivotal decision of his own: not to study alluring and exotic tropical or remote mountain habitats, but instead to study the humdrum home. Quotes that provide a glimpse of the book’s topics Everyone in the building community should be thanking Dunn for that decision. Here, chapter by chapter, are reasons why: Chapter 2: “The Hot Spring in the Basement.” This chapter is focused on thermally tolerant bacteria in tank water heaters and gene sequencing: “The results [of gene sequencing to identify all manner of species in samples] would prove surprising. They were surprising both in terms of the many species we found and in terms of those that were missing.” Chapter 4: “Absence as a Disease.” Chapter 4 is largely about a study of Amish and Hutterite children in the U.S.. The author discusses the practice of traditional agriculture by the former and industrial agriculture by the latter, and their drastically different incidence of inflammatory diseases, and immune systems: “Imagine there is a certain number of bacteria to which you need to be exposed to stay healthy… [T]he more plants and animals and soil you interact with, the more likely you will pick up some of those key bacteria. The fewer kinds you are exposed to, the less likely you get the right ones, the ones that activate your innate immune system…” Chapter 5: “Bathing in a Stream of Life.” This chapter is all about just what lives in our showerheads and how different the species are based on how “treated” the water is: “The showerhead is one of the simplest ecosystems in your house… The average showerhead has dozens…of species in it… some microbial strands that may make you sick; others may make you happy… “But what, then, should you do about your showerhead? We don’t know yet, but I’ll [Dunn] tell you what I think … I think that while some Mycobacterium species are beneficial the average species is a little bit of trouble, particularly for immune-compromised individuals. I think that these bad-news Mycobacterium species become more common the more we try to kill everything in our water, and in doing so, kill off Mycobacterium’s competition.” Chapter 6: “The Problem with Abundance.” This chapter focuses on biological growth associated with building materials and particularly research by Birgitte Andersen, an expert on the fungi of houses at the Technical University of Denmark: “[Andersen found that] … Neosartorya hiratsukae was on every single sheet of drywall, regardless of type, regardless of which store it came from, and regardless of which company it was made by.” [This fungus has recently been implicated in the complex mix of causes of Parkinson’s disease.] Chapter 7: “The Farsighted Ecologist.” This chapter at first seems to be about camel crickets and their long association with indoor habitats, but as the quote below reveals, it’s really about the nature of scientific endeavor: “What I’ve [Dunn] taken away from our work, so far… is that when you see a species in your home, you should study it. You should pay attention. Don’t assume someone else has already figured everything out.” Chapter 8: “The Problem with Cockroaches is Us.”  It’s pretty obvious what this chapter is about, but Dunn’s assessment of these truly despised insects is not as obvious: “Whatever the reason we don’t like them, we really don’t have that much to fear from them. German cockroaches can carry pathogens, it is true, but not any more so than your neighbors or children carry them. Also, no cases have yet been documented in which someone has actually gotten sick from a pathogen spread by a cockroach, whereas people get sick from pathogens spread by other humans.” An indoor garden Every chapter in this book is a revelation about where we live, who we live with, and their roles in our health and wellbeing. Rob Dunn’s work can be summed up with this quote from Chapter 3:“What we really want in our homes is a kind of garden. In a garden you kill the weeds and pests, but you take care of the diverse species you are trying to grow.” Maybe Taunton Press can work with Dunn on merging Fine Homebuilding with Fine Gardening, using GBA to cultivate healthier approaches to how we think and act on indoor environmental quality. Read this book; you may never enjoy learning quite as much.   In addition to acting as GBA’s technical director, Peter Yost is the Vice President for Technical Services at BuildingGreen in Brattleboro, Vermont. On January 1, 2019, Yost will bid BuildingGreen adieu and open his new consulting company, Building-Wright, in Brattleboro, Vermont. He has been building, researching, teaching, writing, and consulting on high-performance homes for more than twenty years. An experienced trainer and consultant, he’s been recognized as NAHB Educator of the Year. Do you have a building science puzzle? Contact Pete here.last_img read more

  • LeBron on doubters’ criticism: ‘I stopped caring a long time ago’

    first_imgSports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next LATEST STORIES Every 18 seconds someone is diagnosed with HIV Lacson: SEA Games fund put in foundation like ‘Napoles case’ Teng scores 35, carries Flying V past Gamboa to stay unscathed BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast But having doubters is nothing new for the 32-year-old superstar, who admitted to have  “stopped caring a long time ago” about the negative things said and written about him.“I really don’t hear the noise. I couldn’t really care less. It really doesn’t matter to me,” he told ESPN’s Brian Windhorst prior to game two.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSSEA Games: Biñan football stadium stands out in preparedness, completionSPORTSPrivate companies step in to help SEA Games hostingSPORTSMalditas save PH from shutout“The narrative and people writing articles and things like that, I don’t care. Those things doesn’t bother me. So it’s hard for me to even tell my teammates, hey, don’t listen to it, because I don’t even get involved in it,” he added.James, meanwhile, has continued his annual playoff social media lockdown to get his sights set on reclaiming the Larry O’Brien trophy. View comments BREAKING: Cop killed, 11 hurt in Misamis Oriental grenade blast Palace: Duterte to hear out security execs on alleged China control of NGCPcenter_img Cayetano dares Lacson, Drilon to take lie-detector test: Wala akong kinita sa SEA Games BSP survey: PH banks see bright horizon amid dark global recession clouds Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss PLAY LIST 02:49Robredo: True leaders perform well despite having ‘uninspiring’ boss02:42PH underwater hockey team aims to make waves in SEA Games01:44Philippines marks anniversary of massacre with calls for justice01:19Fire erupts in Barangay Tatalon in Quezon City01:07Trump talks impeachment while meeting NCAA athletes02:49World-class track facilities installed at NCC for SEA Games MOST READ Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. Last year, his squad dug themselves from a 3-1 hole against the Warriors, en route to the city’s first ever NBA championship. Khristian Ibarrola/JBRELATED STORY:LOOK: Cavs unveil modernized logos for 2017-2018 NBA seasonADVERTISEMENT Pagasa: Storm intensifies as it nears PAR LeBron James #23 of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Image: Jason Miller/Getty Images/AFPNaysayers are once again having a field day, as LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers are currently behind two games against the Golden State Warriors in the 2017 NBA Finals.READ: NBA: Durant, Curry lead Warriors to rout of Cavs, 2-0 series leadADVERTISEMENTlast_img read more

  • 400k sign petition for Sergio Ramos to be punished over Mo

    first_imgOver 400,000 people have signed the petition calling for UEFA and FIFA to sanction Sergio Ramos for “intentionally hurting” Mo Salah.The move comes after an Egyptian lawyer “filed a €1bn lawsuit” as result of tension and fears that the Egyptian winger will miss the 2018 World Cup.The Liverpool’s star, Salah suffered a should dislocation in the first half of the Champions League final after a fall with the Real Madrid defender Ramos.The organisers of a change.org petition said the Spaniard deliberately held the Egyptian winger’s arm “under his armpit, causing dislocation of his shoulder”.Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, LiverpoolMo Salah laughs off Sadio Mane incident with a brilliant video Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Mohamed Salah laughed off his little spat with Liverpool team-mate Sadio Mane by posting a brilliant video showing they’ve made up.Hundreds of thousands of people had signed the petition in support of the claims on Monday evening, with the petition calling on UEFA and FIFA to punish Ramos.“Ramos intentionally injured Mo Salah and should be punished about his actions.”“I’ve filed a lawsuit and a complaint to FIFA“I’ll ask for compensation, which could exceed €1bn, for the physical and psychological harm that Ramos gave Salah and the Egyptian people,” the Egyptian lawyer told Egyptian television channel Sada El-Balad.last_img read more