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Friday, September 9, 2011

Nicholas K. Braun Wanted: Assaulting Officers in Pacific Missouri, Franklin County

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Seek Man Accused of Assaulting Officers

September 9, 2011
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Authorities are asking for the public’s help in tracking down a man charged with attempting to assault two Pacific police officers in an incident early Saturday, Sept. 3.
Nicholas K. Braun, 23, St. Louis, is charged in a felony warrant with one count each of first-degree attempted assault on a law enforcement officer and felony armed criminal action. A $100,000 cash-only bond was set in the case.
Prosecuting Attorney Bob Parks said Braun is accused of attempting to injure a Pacific officer by striking him with his pickup truck. He also is alleged to have attempted to hit a second officer with the truck.
The first officer managed to get out of the way and was not seriously injured, Parks said.
The incident occurred when officers responded to the Pilot Travel Center about 1:30 a.m. and went to question the man who had been asleep in the truck.
The suspect gave the officers a false name, according to Parks, and when they confronted him about that he started the truck and allegedly drove at the officers.
Both officers fired shots at the pickup as the suspect fled. The man was not struck by any bullets, Parks said.
Officers later found the man’s pickup truck abandoned in West St. Louis County.
As of Thursday, the man was still at-large, Parks said.

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Pacific Indians Shutout Hermann Bearcats: High School Football, Mid Missouri

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September 9, 2011

A tough loss for Hermann on a rainy evening in Pacific.

Pacific easily handled the mistake-prone Bearcats 48-0.

Hermann was suffering with 6 major injuries, 5 to seniors.

The Pacific players appeared much bigger in size than the Hermann players.

The Indians (2-1, 1-0) dominated their Four Rivers Conference opener against Hermann Friday at Pacific High School.
Pacific jumped to leads of 21-0 after one quarter and 35-0 at halftime.
Quarterback Kyle Burgess threw for two touchdowns in the first half and ran for another.
Also in the first half, running back Coty Kremer had three touchdowns, two rushing and one receiving.
Kremer finished the game with four touchdowns. He rushed for 180 yards.
Burgess threw three touchdowns and rushed for one. He was 4-10 passing for 105 yards and three touchdowns.
Alex Gentry had two touchdown receptions, one in the first half and one in the second half.
Hermann (0-3, 0-3) had no answer for the Indians’ defense.
The entire second half was played with a running clock.
Pacific returns to action Friday with a week four matchup at Festus. Hermann takes on Union in a FRC contest.
Hermann 0-0-0-0=0
Pacific 21-14-7-6=48
First Quarter
P-Coty Kremer 7 run (Kyle Burgess kick) 9:50
P-Kremer 3 run (Burgess kick) 5:58
P-Burgess 8 run (Burgess kick) 2:36
Second Quarter
P-Kremer 28 pass from Burgess (Burgess kick) 6:56
P-Alex Gentry 6 pass from Burgess (Burgess kick) :17
Third Quarter
P-Gentry 50 pass from Burgess (Burgess kick) :57
Fourth Quarter
P-Kremer 20 run (run failed) 11:51


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Borgia Volleyball Upends Hermann

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Borgia Volleyball Beats Hermann, Festus


By Bill Battle
Missourian Sports Editor
September 9, 2011
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Two of Missouri’s most successful volleyball programs clashed Tuesday at Borgia.
And the host Lady Knights, owners of nine MSHSAA state championships, defeated 11-time state winner Hermann in two games, 25-19, 25-16.
“You’ve got to tip your hat to Hermann,” Tyree said. “They’re a fine ballclub. They’ve got great jump servers. They put pressure on you and keep the ball in play.”
Both teams are in a similar situation this season as they each graduated large senior groups last season.
“I feel like both teams are in kind of a rebuilding mode,” Hermann Head Coach Linda Lampkin said. “It is early and sometimes that makes for some pretty erratic volleyball. Our inexperience really showed up on defense. It seems like we could rally with them for a while, but in the long run, they won most of the long rallies. Borgia did a much better job of playing defense than we did.”
Borgia, which finished second in the Class 3 state tournament in 2010, managed to pull together quicker to beat the defending Class 2 champion Hermann in two games.
Both sets were close early, but Borgia was able to pull away to record the victory. It was the second year in a row that Borgia has won the regular season meeting and ended a two-year run by visiting teams in the showdown.
Borgia was paced by senior Kristina Fitzpatrick, who ended with eight kills while hitting .500. The Baylor recruit moved from outside hitter to rightside hitter for the match and Tyree feels the switch worked well.
“I was impressed with putting Krissi on the right side,” Tyree said. “I think that gives her more options. She gets a good block. She has the ability to set the ball. When you can run slides and attack the ball like she does from the back side, that just opens up so much for us. I was impressed.”
Katie Lindemann hit .556 with six kills and Taylor Mentz hit .313 with six kills.
“I thought Taylor Mentz did a nice job on the outside,” Tyree said. “She’s coming off a knee injury, so Molly Arand went in and played back row for her. Molly did a stellar job for being in for the first time as a freshman. When Taylor gets a little rest, she does a nice job for us offensively.”
Hanna Glastetter added five kills while Janie Arand had two kills and Sarah Geatley ended with one.
Tyree praised the play of Janie Arand, who was Borgia’s setter.
“What a nice job Janie Arand did tonight,” Tyree said. “She kept the ball in play a lot of times. Kudos to our defense. I thought they played better.”
Arand also paced Borgia’s setters with 20 set assists. Bryggen Korte had two while Fitzpatrick and Mentz each ended with one.
At the net, Glastetter had two total blocks with one solo and one assist. Arand ended with one block assist.
Fitzpatrick led the team with 12 digs while Korte posted nine, Janie Arand ended with five, Molly Arand and Mentz each had three and Clara Blatt, Glastetter and Lindemann each had one dig.
Blatt and Fitzpatrick each served one ace.
Lampkin said Hermann served well.
“I was pleased with our serving,” Lampkin said. “I felt like we were able to put some pressure on them from the serving line. Hannah Steinbeck really did some tough jump serving for us.”
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Where's My Hotmail: Crash Affected Millions Of Microsoft Users Worldwide

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Crash Affects Millions Of Microsoft Users

 September 9, 2011
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By NEWSCORE
REDMOND, Wash. - The world's largest email provider, Microsoft, was struggling to restore its services Friday after outages that reportedly affected up to 365 million users worldwide.
The service disruptions affected a variety of Microsoft email products including Office 365, MSN.com, Live@edu and Windows Live Hotmail. The extent of the disruption was unclear, but Microsoft confirmed problems in Europe and the Asia-Pacific region.
"We're rolling out a fix that we believe will resolve issues with Hotmail, SkyDrive, and our other Live properties," the company tweeted around 2:00am ET.
At about 5:00am ET, the company announced that its Office 365 service, a cloud computing product with email capabilities, had been restored.
Other services, including Windows Live Hotmail, appeared to be coming back online, but online forums and blogs were still reporting issues at 5:00am ET.
While it was unclear what caused the outage, there was speculation that Microsoft was caught in a power blackout that hit large parts of America's southwest late Thursday.
Friday afternoon, Microsoft said that it had restored its email servicest.
"Service was fully restored as of early this morning," Microsoft posted on Twitter around 1:30pm ET.
Microsoft also said on Twitter that it did not believe the outages were related to the blackouts in California and Arizona that left up to five million without power Thursday. The company instead blamed a Domain Name Service (DNS) problem as the likely culprit.
Some customers continued to complain of issues with Microsoft products on online forums and blogs, and the company said it was looking into the complaints.
"We are investigating an issue for very small number of customers," Microsoft said on Twitter.



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FBI Top Ten News Stories for the Week Ending September 9, 2011

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Washington, D.C. September 09, 2011
  • FBI National Press Office

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  1. Multiple Field Offices: Medicare Fraud Strike Force Charges 91 Individuals for Approximately $295 Million in False Billing

    A nationwide takedown by Medicare Fraud Strike Force operations in eight cities resulted in charges against 91 defendants for their alleged participation in Medicare fraud schemes involving approximately $295 million in false billing. Full Story
  2. Seattle: Attempted Bomber Pleads Guilty to Federal Hate Crime and Weapons Charges

    Kevin William Harpham pled guilty to the placement of an improvised explosive device alongside the planned Martin Luther King Jr. Day Unity March in Spokane on January 17, 2011. Full Story
  3. Headquarters: Bank Crime Statistics Released for Second Quarter of 2011
    During the second quarter of 2011, there were 1,023 reported violations of the Federal Bank Robbery and Incidental Crimes Statue, a decrease from the 1,146 reported violations in the same quarter of 2010. There were 1,007 robberies, 15 burglaries, one larceny, and two extortions of financial institutions reported between April 1 and June 30, 2011. Full Story
  4. Washington Field: Noted Scientist Pleads Guilty to Attempted Espionage
    Stewart David Nozette, a scientist who worked for multiple government agencies, pled guilty to attempted espionage for providing classified information to a person he believed to be an Israeli intelligence officer. Full Story
  5. New York: New York City Resident Indicted for Providing Material Support to Terrorists
    An indictment was unsealed charging Agron Hasbajrami, a legal U.S. resident and Albanian citizen residing in New York City, with providing material support to terrorists. Full Story
  6. Los Angeles: Entertainment Executive Pleads Guilty to Massive Stock Fraud, Scamming Investor
    Drew Savitch Levin, a Hollywood producer who founded and ran various television production and distribution companies, pled guilty to federal charges in two cases—one involving stock fraud and another stemming from a scam that bilked an investor in one of the companies. Full Story
  7. Oklahoma City: Army Private, Mother Charged with First-Degree Murder of 10-Year-Old Boy
    Connell C. Williams and Candice C. Holloway were charged with first-degree murder in connection with the death of Holloway’s 10-year-old son on the Fort Sill Army Post. Full Story

  8. Minneapolis: Man Charged in $20 Million Mortgage Fraud Scheme
    Douglas Rex Butler was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud in a $20 million mortgage fraud scheme that involved 57 properties. Full Story
  9. New Haven: Marlborough Man Admits Role in Multi-Million-Dollar Bank Fraud Conspiracy
    Mirza H. Baig pled guilty to one count of conspiracy to commit bank fraud stemming from his involvement in a multi-million-dollar bank fraud scheme. Full Story
  10. Phoenix: Four Defendants Indicted in Multi-Million-Dollar Mortgage Fraud Conspiracy
    A jury returned an indictment charging four defendants with allegedly conspiring to commit mortgage fraud in order to obtain 19 loans totaling approximately $5.85 million between the years 2006 through 2007. Full Story
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From the September, 2011 issue of Mustang Monthly: ShelbyFest shuts down the streets of Hermann, Missouri, for a weekend of Shelby fun

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By Donald Farr
Photography by Donald Farr
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Last year, I made my first visit to ShelbyFest, held for the past five years in Hermann, Missouri. I quickly understood that it would not be my last trip when I called home from my Wine Valley Inn room to tell my wife about the historic German village filled with antique shops and wineries. Typically, Pam doesn't issue orders, but this time she said, "You're going back next year and taking me!"

So I followed instructions and this year once again arranged to fly into Kansas City, where Pam and I spent the first evening with Jeff and Julie Yergovich at R&A Motorsports in nearby Lees Summit. Like last year, Jeff offered the use of a late-model Mustang for the weekend, this time one of R&A's Twister Specials, which certainly made the cross-state drive to Hermann more pleasurable as opposed to the company-mandated compact rental car. Once in Hermann, Pam pretty much disappeared into the antique stores. I only heard from her when she needed cash.

ShelbyFest is a totally unique Ford event, celebrating everything Shelby but also including anything and everything with a Ford oval. Originally founded by Kyle Caraway as a get-together for local owners of newer Shelbys, the event has grown to nearly 400 cars on the Saturday of the show in downtown Hermann.

I can see why. While the city of Hermann shuts down several streets for the Saturday show, there is a lot more to see and do in the area, something that definitely appeals to those of us who have been attending Mustang shows for over three decades. I was surprised to learn that eastern Missouri is well-known for its vineyards. Winery tours are a popular ShelbyFest activity, perhaps because of the wine tasting at the end. This year, ShelbyFest also included a ziplining tour through the Missouri forest thanks to ShelbyFest sponsor Eco Zipline Tours, located just a few miles north of Hermann. Driving a fast Shelby is one thing, but zipping through the air on a cable is a totally different kind of thrill. Our group had so much fun that Caraway hopes to add ziplining to next year's official ShelbyFest schedule.

Like last year, the 2011 ShelbyFest, held over the April 29-31 weekend, included a Friday night concert, Saturday evening banquet, and Sunday morning pancake breakfast. This year, the event also incorporated a ride-along autocross hosted by Gateway Performance. Actually, it was more of a drifting exhibition as Gateway's Jason Childers took passengers along for a slip-sliding ride in one of Gateway's Mustang race cars.

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Rams Favored in the NFC West (Podcast Preview)

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Rams are the front runner in the NFC West

by Bill Pollock on September 8, 2011
in Press Box,Sports

The back end of the Rams 2011 schedule is loaded down with division games, the one thing that really hurt their chances at a playoff run last year.  However, with new quarterbacks in Seattle and Arizona and Alex Smith yet to prove himself in S.F., Sam Bradford brings this division it’s most experienced and talented quarterback.
That along with the off-season moves the Rams have made, should put this team in prime position for a playoff spot.
Pressbox Podcast is the senior writer for stlouisrams.com, Nick Wagoner. He breaks down the team and shares some insight into Bradford, Jackson, Alexander and Coach Spagnuolo. Listen to the Rams Pressbox Podcast (16:20)

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Expect Lung Cancer Rates to Skyrocket 20 Years from Now in North America Due to Fukushima Fallout Medical Catastrophe

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September 8, 2011

Obama does not think that US will see harmful levels of radiation from Fukushima. March 17, 2011

We should trust our president. Obama is always right, even when he is wrong. Please believe what "many other experts" have to say.

Fukushima Medical Catastrophe - Helen Caldicott
6 Months into meltdown the risk is even higher, nobody knows how to end this accident, 3 to 5 times worse than Chernobyl (thus far). Expect higher Cancer rates going forward in the Northern Hemisphere.

With a huge nuclear crisis in Japan, why was President Obama visiting Latin America in March 2011? Mar 19, 2011
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