The first rocket engine is ready for DARPA’s Boeing-built, hypersonic spaceplane that could launch satellites at short notice for the US government. Buzz60Read More
State Troopers are still on scene of a fatal accident between a motorcycle and truck in Townsend. Suchat Pederson, The News Journal
A 30-year-old man died Wednesday after losing control of his motorcycle and being hit by a truck on Wiggins Mill Road in Townsend, said Master Cpl. Michael Austin of Delaware State Police.
Although speed is being considered as a factor, impairment is unknown, Austin said.
The man, of Townsend, was headed north on Wiggins Mill Road, south of Rose Valley Drive, riding a Honda motorcycle, when police say he failed to make a rightward curve and crossed the centerline.
He was then separated from the motorcycle and thrown directly into the path of a Dodge truck, driven by a 26-year-old Dover man. Both came to a complete stop, police said.
The motorcycle tr...Read More
Stacey Abrams won Georgia’s Democratic primary for governor Tuesday, setting her up for a general election in which she is bidding to become the nation’s first black woman elected governor.
The Associated Press declared Ms. Abrams, a former minority leader of the Georgia state House, the winner in the intraparty contest against Stacey Evans, a former state representative.
She is the first black woman to win a major party nomination for governor anywhere, according to the Center for American Women in Politics at Rutgers University.
Ms. Abrams, in her victory speech to supporters in Atlanta, noted the historic nature of her candidacy. “I am so grateful to the thousands of you in this room and around this state and around the country who have joined me on this drive to history,” she said...Read More
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah lawmakers recently passed a law reducing the number of days fireworks are legal, but that’s not enough for one Cottonwood Heights resident whose home was severely damaged in a fire last Fourth of July.
Dave Schoeneck led a two-fold protest outside the Capitol Monday: against "negligent" Utah fireworks laws and against private landowners not taking responsibility for fire hazards on their lands. He and a handful of protesters dressed in all black and brought a coffin to display to represent the lives that could have been lost during the fire.
"We are in a desert climate and any aerial fireworks being shot off is negligent," Schoeneck said. "You’re putting people’s lives and homes in danger."
Schoeneck’s focus is on aerial fireworks.
"If they can shoot them off, and the...Read More
"Our Beloved Pa"
On August 10, 1957 (JD) John Daniel Rogers was born. On April 23, 2014 at age 56 to his Heavenly Father he returned. He thanks all the nurses, staff, doctors, and friend Dewayne, for the 3 ½ years the cancer they detained. His parents are Donna Gwen Olson and James Marcel Rogers. He has three sisters and one brother he loves so much. In the Manti Temple Lisa Johnson became his wife, and together they will have eternal life. He graduated from the U of U and ever since has been a proud Ute. JD started as a seminary teacher, but left the job he loved to be a Real Estate Appraiser. Through hard work and patience, he earned his S.R.A. license. He worked very hard and many long days, so his beloved family would be okay...
Chanting for gun-law reform and reduced firearm violence, an estimated 2,000-plus students marched to City Hall Friday morning as part of nationwide school walkouts.
The Houston Youth Walkout, believed to be the largest local out-of-class gathering to mark the April 20 protests, attracted students from across the region for a 1.2-mile march. They joined thousands of students from Greater Houston who demonstrated at their schools Friday morning, advocating for changes to gun laws and honoring victims of gun violence.
"To see so many students from different high schools come together brought tears to my eyes," said Elena Margolin, a march organizer and senior at Houston ISD’s High School For The Performing And Visual Arts...Read More
Tristan Thompson has left the building.
Shortly after Khloe Kardashian welcomed a baby girl into the world, photographers spotted her boyfriend leaving a Cleveland hospital.
In pictures obtained by E! News, the NBA player sported a black baseball cap and a matching water-resistant jacket before getting into a car and leaving the property.
Just hours earlier, E! News learned that Tristan was joined by Kris Jenner, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and BFF Malika Haqq who all made it to Cleveland in time for the Thursday morning delivery.
"She labored with Kris all day on Wednesday," a source shared with E! News.
And while some wondered if Tristan was going to be present—his final home game of the season was Wednesday evening—the athlete made it to the hospital just in time to ...Read More
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Asian stock markets hit session lows in afternoon trading Wednesday, shedding gains from earlier in the week, as technology shares continued a global slump.
The Nikkei Stock Average was recently down 2%, erasing much of Tuesday’s 2.7% gain. SoftBank Group 9984 -4.24% slid 3.8% and Tokyo Electron 8035 -4.78% dropped 3% even as the yen reversed some of its strengthening from Tuesday’s U.S. trading day.
Several regional stock indexes, including tech-heavy benchmarks in South Korea and Taiwan, were down at least 1%. In Hong Kong, Tencent Holdings TCEHY -2.91% lost 3.5%, while smartphone-component suppliers AAC Technologies and Sunny Optical each fell at least 5%.
JP Morgan Asset Management reduced its “significant overweight” position in tech stocks during the past 18 months, shifting in...Read More