Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York Two Nassau County police officers were injured while arresting a father and son who authorities said they caught burglarizing copper pipes from a vacant house in South Farmingdale over the weekend.The officers responded to an abandoned house on Carmen Gate when they were confronted by 51-year-old Steven Merrill and his 21-year-old son, James, both of East Farmingdale, at 10:35 a.m. Saturday, police said.James Merrill allegedly pushed an officer before he ran away and scuffled with the officers who chased him down, police said.Both officers were taken to a local hospital for treatment of injuries suffered while taking the two suspects into custody. One officer suffered a fractured hand and the other suffered a sprained ankle and hand. Each suffered back injuries.Police said the suspects were found with a bag containing bolt cutters, flashlights, wrenches, screwdrivers, pipe cutters and other tools.Father and son were each charged with burglary and possession of burglars tools. James Merrill was also charged with assault.Bail for Steven was set at $20,000 bond or $10,000 cash. James’ bail was set at $10,000 bond or $5,000 cash. They’re both due back in court Wednesday.
About 40 protestors with signs reading “We belong here” and “No taxation without representation” shouted “Si se puede” and “Fight on” at the protest. Student speakers said that they were speaking on behalf of the students who used El Centro and that the university’s impending decision to move El Centro did not take student voices into account.The El Centro Ambassadors, a united group of students against the proposed relocation of El Centro, started a petition on April 3 that objected to the university’s decision to relocate the center from the United University Church, where it has been for 33 of its 40 years, to the Student Union, where other cultural centers student organizations currently are located.Protesters voiced complaints detailed in the petition, a chief criticism being that the proposed space to move El Centro is half the space in the United University Church.El Centro Director William N. Vela, who observed the protest from several yards away, said he estimates that between 200 and 400 students pass through El Centro each week.“What we’ve started in the last eight years since I’ve been here is special,” Vela said. “We’ve been there for over 30 years. We do a lot of work with the community, and there are a lot of students who respect the history.”The relocation of the center will also mean the elimination of free printing and computer services that El Centro currently offers to its students.Edgar Aguilar, a senior majoring in theatre, said the resources that El Centro provides would be lost through the relocation.“All of it will be gone,” Aguilar said. “There will be no place for students to study, no place for meetings and no place for students to just hang out.”Associate Vice President for Student Affairs Denzil Suite told the Daily Trojan that the university’s plan to move El Centro Chicano is aimed at better fostering the interaction between El Centro and other cultural organizations on campus.Despite the argument that the move will consolidate all of the cultural organizations under one roof, many supporters of El Centro Chicano argue that the center is already heavily involved with the other cultural organizations on campus.“We already work in collaboration with all of the other groups on campus,” said Consuelo Siguenza-Ortiz, an assistant professor of Spanish and a USC alumna. “Having this physical proximity will not work any better.”Some protestors also feel that the relocation will remove what has become a second home to many Latino students.“It has a special place in my heart,” Aguilar said of the center. “It’s a place that is able to unite us and they shouldn’t be able to take that away from us.”Susana Pineda, a junior majoring in psychology, said the move will be a loss to many Latino students who have built emotional connections to El Centro.“Moving El Centro is like moving homes for so many students,” Pineda told the Daily Trojan on April 13. “Although [it’s] just a location, it’s absurd to say that this place has not grown on so many students.” Students, staff and alumni in support of El Centro Chicano stood in front of Tommy Trojan at noon on Thursday to protest the university’s decision to relocate the center to the Student Union.“We belong here” · Edgar Aguilar, a senior majoring in theatre, protests the relocation of El Centro Thursday near Tommy Trojan. – Rachel Bracker | Daily Trojan
LOS ANGELES >> For the Dodgers, the path to the postseason becomes more clear by the day. Each time they beat a right-handed starting pitcher, as they did in a 5-2 victory over the Colorado Rockies on Friday, their path to the National League Championship Series becomes more clear, too.Two of the Dodgers’ four hits against Rockies starter Jon Gray cleared the fences on a day when their own starter, Scott Kazmir, lasted just one inning. Gray, whose previous start was a four-hit, 16-strikeout, complete-game shutout at Coors Field, labored against a patient lineup loaded with left-handers. Gray threw 106 pitches in only four innings. A two-run single by switch-hitter Yasmani Grandal (batting left-handed) gave the Dodgers a 2-0 lead in the first inning. Joc Pederson’s 24th home run of the season and Andre Ethier’s first came on back-to-back pitches in the fourth inning.That was all the run support the Dodgers’ bullpen needed. Ross Stripling (5-8) and five other relievers allowed one earned run over the final eight innings, preserving the victory.At least Gray’s misery has company.The Dodgers’ .768 on-base plus slugging percentage against righties ranks third among National League teams. On Saturday, they will face Chad Bettis, another right-hander, needing only one day to turn their magic number (2) into a fourth consecutive National League West title.The San Francisco Giants lost to the San Diego Padres earlier Friday, and trail the Dodgers by seven games in the division. They have eight games remaining on their schedule, too. The Giants and Padres begin play Saturday at 5:40 p.m., a half-hour before the first pitch at Dodger Stadium. If Clayton Kershaw can coax the Dodgers to victory, the division might well be clinched by the time of the final out.Making his first start since Aug. 22, Kazmir left after throwing only 19 pitches because of right intercostal spasms. He allowed two hits and was bailed out by a strong throw from left fielder Andrew Toles to retire Nolan Arenado at home plate to end the first inning.Kazmir was already an unlikely choice to make a postseason start for the Dodgers. He hadn’t pitched in a month due to inflammation in his neck. His only minor league rehabilitation game during that span lasted less than one inning.The Dodgers have healthier starters on their roster like Brett Anderson, Jose De Leon and Brock Stewart. Another, Brandon McCarthy, is due to come off the disabled list any day now. Each of them seems more likely to join Kershaw, Rich Hill and Kenta Maeda if the Dodgers need a fourth starter in the playoffs.While Kazmir’s chances of pitching in October diminished, Stripling’s grew. He threw three shutout innings, allowing two hits, two runs and striking out four. The rookie right-hander is in the running to be a long reliever in October.The Washington Nationals, the Dodgers’ likely opponent in the NL Division Series, feature a right-handed heavy rotation. Four-fifths of their current starters — Max Scherzer, Tanner Roark, Joe Ross, A.J. Cole — throw with their right hand. So does Stephen Strasburg, who is on the disabled list with a flexor mass strain. The only exception is southpaw Gio Gonzalez.These thoughts were more than allowed for the announced crowd of 52,320 at Dodger Stadium. For a night, they were encouraged. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error
Trump said researchers are looking at the effects of disinfectant on the coronavirus and wondered if they could be injected into people.”The disinfectant, where it knocks it out in a minute, and is there a way we can do something like that by injection inside, or almost a cleaning. It gets in the lungs” — Trump seems to suggests that injecting disinfectant inside people could be a treatment for the coronavirus pic.twitter.com/amis9Rphsm— Aaron Rupar (@atrupar) April 23, 2020 Lysol’s parent company is warning that its disinfectant products shouldn’t be used as an internal treatment for COVID-19. Reckitt Benckiser issued the warning hours after President Trump wondered out loud about the possibility at a White House briefing. Lysol and Dettol maker Reckitt Benckiser said on Friday its disinfectants should not be administered to humans, after President Trump said researchers should try putting disinfectant into coronavirus patients’ bodies https://t.co/cnxuCD8brl pic.twitter.com/hnYeEXUGpM— Reuters (@Reuters) April 24, 2020 The maker of Lysol and Dettol said under no circumstance should its disinfectant products be administered into the human body through injection, ingestion or any other route.
Harbhajan Singh is now a part of the 150 wickets club ofAdvertisement 8nlxphNBA Finals | Brooklyn Vs4nek3Wingsuit rodeo📽Sindre E23o( IG: @_aubreyfisher @imraino ) 9js4tWould you ever consider trying this?😱62Can your students do this? 🌚4ffoRoller skating! Powered by Firework Veteran India spinner Harbhajan Singh is all set to start his second innings with acting. The 39-year-old cricketer has recently shared the poster of the movie on his Instagram account and informed his fans the news as well. The movie – ”Friendship” is a Tamil movie which has been directed by John Paul Raj and Sham Surya and is scheduled to release this year in August.Advertisement Harbhajan Singh with MS DhoniCurrently, the entire world has been fighting against the global pandemic novel coronavirus. This COVID-19 pandemic has either cancelled or postponed every sporting events across the globe which also included the cash-rich tournament Indian Premier League. Even the question raised on the upcoming ICC T20 World Cup as well which is scheduled to take place in Australia later this year.However, amid this lockdown and the critical time due to the coronavirus pandemic, this news from the Chennai Super Kings cricketer would bring a breath of fresh air and certainly a good piece of news for his ardent fans who have waited for a long time to see a glimpse of Harbhajan Singh, although it is still unknown what is going to be his role in the film.Advertisement If the COVID-19 wouldn’t hit, he would have been playing for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL. However, the league has been postponed for an indefinite time period. Earlier it was slated to begin from March 29 but couldn’t take place due to the pandemic outbreak and also got postponed again until April 15 before totally get postponed.The experienced off-spinner made his debut way back in 1998 and went on to play 103 Tests and 236 ODIs as well. He has 417 and 269 wickets from Tests and ODIs respectively which also makes him the third-highest wicket-taker for India in Tests.Despite getting a few chances in the shorter format, he has 25 wickets in 28 Twenty20 International games. But he has tasted great success in the IPL where he was a key player for the most successful team – Mumbai Indians earlier. Now, he is one of the important players in another successful team – Chennai Super Kings. He has 150 wickets in the tournament since it’s beginning with the best figure of 5/18.Meanwhile, the cricketer has come in the limelight recently for slamming former Pakistan all-rounder Shahid Afridi’s comments on Kashmir and the Prime Minister of India – Narendra Modi. Harbhajan Singh shared that he wouldn’t keep any connection with someone who cannot respect the sentiments of Indian people.If you like reading about MMA, make sure you check out MMAIndia.com Also, follow India’s biggest arm wrestling tournament at ProPanja.comALSO READ:Robin Uthappa reveals cricket was the only thing that probably kept him from ‘jumping off the balcony’Ajinkya Rahane gives his thoughts about the Elephant-icide in Kerala Advertisement