iStock(DETROIT) — As the Detroit family of a recently killed aspiring nurse gathered to say their final goodbyes on Nov. 10, they received another piece of devastating news.“That Monday, she was going to tell us that she was pregnant,” Qiana Arnold, one of KaBria Arnold’s sisters, told ABC News on Wednesday.While it’s unclear how far along 20-year-old KaBria Arnold was in her pregnancy, she disclosed to another sibling that she wanted to have an intimate gender reveal at their Rosedale Park, Michigan, home.Detroit Police Department Chief James Craig announced on Tuesday at a press conference that a 28-year-old man and 24-year-old woman were taken into custody in connection to KaBria Arnold’s murder.The Wayne County Community College nursing student was found dead Nov. 10 on Detroit’s West Side.Craig said police believe KaBria Arnold’s murder is connected to a domestic issue and the man is the alleged shooter. Formal charges and the identities of the duo in custody were not released as of Wednesday, a spokeswoman from the Detroit Police Department confirmed to ABC News.“The boyfriend or former boyfriend is the one who did the shooting and the woman arrested is also in a relationship with the same man. That may or may not be a factor to the shooting,” Craig said during the press conference.For Qiana Arnold and her devastated family, they are now tasked with waiting on the medical examiner’s report to know whether they will also mourn their unborn niece or nephew, the heartbroken sister said.“It feels like we have been robbed twice,” said Qiana Arnold, 27.Qiana Arnold previously told ABC News that her family had “no idea who she would know over there.”For now, Qiana Arnold and her family are “taking every day, day by day, trying to get the funeral planned” this week.A viewing is planned for Friday with the funeral service expected to be held Saturday at Fellowship Chapel.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Mitochondrial volume density (Vv((mt,f))), cristae surface density (Sv((im,mt))), cristae surface area (Sv((im,f))) and citrate synthase (CS) activity were analysed as indicators of thermal acclimation in foot muscle of the limpet, Nacella concinna, and the clam, Laternula elliptica, collected from 4 locations within the Southern Ocean, South Georgia (54 degrees S, N. concinna only), Signy (60 degrees S), Jubany (L. elliptica only -62 degrees S) and Rothera (67 degrees S). Animals were acclimated to 0.0 degrees C whilst a sub-set of N. concinna (South Georgia, Signy and Rothera) and L. elliptica (Rothera) were acclimated to 3.0 degrees C. At 0.0 degrees C N. concinna had higher Vv((mt,f)), Sv((im,mt)), Sv((im,f)) and muscle fibre specific CS activity than L. elliptica which correlated with the more active life style of N. concinna. However, mitochondrial density was very low, 1-2% in both species, suggesting that low temperature compensation of mitochondrial density is not a universal evolutionary response of Antarctic marine ectotherms. Both Sv((im,mt)) and Sv((im,f)) were reduced by warm acclimation of N. concinna. South Georgia N. concinna maintained muscle fibre specific CS activity after acclimation, in contrast to N. concinna from Rothera and Signy and L. elliptica from Rothera, indicating that they have the physiological plasticity to respond to their warmer, more variable thermal environment.
Home » News » Property data firm ‘shocked’ about level of online trolling it receives previous nextProptechProperty data firm ‘shocked’ about level of online trolling it receivesStart-up Homesearch says it was not prepared for the level of abuse it would receive after launching its online data service.Nigel Lewis12th December 201901,143 Views Homesearch, a property data company that launched earlier this year with an introductory free offer for estate agents has told The Negotiator that it was unprepared for the level of online trolling it would face once it went live.Co-founder Sam Hunter (pictured, above) has been so shocked by the level of abuse his company’s service has received that his team have created a ‘Mean Tweets’ video (see below) to highlight some of the more aggressive comments about the company.These have been made on industry forums and on social media and include accusations that the company shares agent’s data with Facebook, that its staff have been uploading fake positive online reviews and are paid to do so and that any service which is free must be ‘fishy’.“It started out with us wanting to do a wrap up video of the year and showing off some of the good feedback we’d received,” says Hunter.“When we went back through some of the articles comments and tweets we’d received we all thought the, shall we say “less than positive” ones, were pretty funny in retrospect, though some of them did get to us a bit in the early days.“December’s a fun time of year so hopefully this gives people in the industry a bit of a laugh and reminds everyone not to take the naysayers too seriously. If you believe in what you’re doing, keep doing it.”Homesearch claims to be the UK’s first ‘all-in’ residential property data solution and is now being used by 4,800 estate agents working within 1,450 companies, and recent struck a deal with the Federation of Independent Agents.It launched in June after three years in development and offers a range of property data about an address including transaction history, boundary and Title information from the Land Registry, planning information, a valuation and demographic data about a street or area.Watch the videoHomesearch December 12, 2019Nigel LewisWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021
Krispy Kreme has teamed up with popular women’s magazine Glamour to develop a limited-edition doughnut, based on Glamour’s trend predictions that the 1970s and bright colour influences will be key for Autumn/Winter 2011 fashions.The Glamour Glaze doughnut will be promoted for a six-week period (29 August – 2 October), in 45 stores and 300 Tesco cabinets, via point-of-sale material, PR and social media channels. It will be available in Strawberry Glaze, and new Orange Glaze varieties.This is not the first time the two brands have come together. A collaboration earlier this year contributed to an 8% like-for-like sales increase at Krispy Kreme. It also boosted its website traffic 110% on a like-for-like basis.A spokesperson for the popular doughnut brand said the main aim of the partnership was “to create a positive image between fashion and food, at a key time in the fashion calendar”.“The Original Glamour Glaze collection was extremely popular, resonating well with our customers and fans of Glamour magazine alike,” commented Judith Denby, Krispy Kreme UK’s chief marketing officer. “The new collection represents a fun and exciting way of celebrating fashion at a time when it is on everybody’s lips.”>>Krispy Kreme dismisses Enfield riot tweets
Read Full Story During the 2012 election cycle, a record number of women won seats in Congress. Still, women make up just 19 percent of Congress and hold only five governorships.In an effort to build momentum following the 2012 races, the Women’s Law Association hosted its annual conference on February 8, titled “19%: When Will Women Have the Floor?” Experts and professionals gathered to discuss how to close the gender gap in politics, and what role lawyers can play in that process.The conference featured a keynote by Stephanie Schriock, the co-founder of EMILY’s List, an organization that supports female candidates for office, as well as panels on a variety of topics, including international models of women’s participation, the role of gender on the campaign trail, and voter disenfranchisement.In the first panel, “Models from Abroad; International Pathways to Women’s Participation,” panelists extolled the virtues of electoral gender quotas, or requirements that women make up a certain proportion of the government. They also discussed, more broadly, how the quality of women’s participation can be increased, and how the lessons of other governments can be applied to improve participation in the United States.Read more about the conference and watch videos of the panels on the Harvard Law School website.
University President Fr. John Jenkins released a statement Friday condemning South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s decision to veto a measure that would allow for the construction of a Women’s Care Center facility near a proposed Whole Women’s Health Alliance clinic in South Bend.“The Women’s Care Center, on whose board I serve, gives women in crisis the support they need for themselves and their babies before and after birth,” Jenkins said in the statement. “It doesn’t engage in political advocacy, but provides compassionate, non-judgmental loving care to women most in need. I am saddened by Mayor Buttigieg’s decision to veto a bill that would have allowed the Women’s Care Center to build a facility near one that seeks to provide abortions.“The mayor’s decision excludes an important presence from that neighborhood and thwarts plans that had met the criteria for rezoning and had been approved by the Common Council. Far from enhancing the harmony of the neighborhood, it divides our community and diminishes opportunities for vulnerable women to have a real choice. The mayor is a talented and dedicated public servant with whom I have worked closely to serve our community, but I am deeply disappointed by his decision.” Tags: fr. jenkins, Fr. John Jenkins, Mayor Pete Buttigieg, Whole Women’s Health Alliance, Women’s Care Center
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) Credit Pixabay COLDSPRING — The Chautauqua County Bomb Squad, along with the Erie County Bomb Squad, U.S. Air Force Explosive Ordinance Disposal Team and FBI Bomb Technicians will conduct a controlled disposal of expired ordinance in the Town of Coldspring.According to the Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office, the demolition starts at 11 a.m., Monday, and run into the afternoon.The demolitions will be conducted in a controlled environment and all safety measures and calculations have been completed for the event.The Sheriff’s Office stresses there is no danger to surrounding properties. Residents will hear the demolitions.
Dramatically broadening its appeal to targetthe corporate meeting and wedding market, The Equinox has broken ground on construction that will create 3,200 additional square feet of flexible, state-of-the-art function space by fall 2002, just in time for the popular fall foliage season.The centerpiece of the project is The Rockwell Room, named after the internationally renowned New England painter, Norman Rockwell, whose workconsistently began to reflect small-town American life when he relocated to nearby Arlington, VT. Divisible into several smaller rooms and offering a seating capacity of up to 300, the new facility will feature the latest audiovisual equipment, high speed internet access and video conferencing capabilities. The new ballroom at the resort, unobtrusively tucked away at the far side of the sprawling property, will have its own entrance, pre-function areas, a coatroom, office space and upscale restroom facilities. Designed in the green and yellow hues of Vermont, the ballroom will be graced with several chandeliers, wall sconces and a bay window overlooking the grounds.The architect for the new ballroom project is Edward Clark of Bread Loaf Corporation in Middlebury, with Jinnie Kim, of Jinnie Kim Design inBrookline, Massachusetts, providing the interior design. The new ballroom is phase one of a major 2002 enhancement program, which includes the construction and opening of a new Rockresorts’branded-amenity Avanyu® Spa in the fourth quarter.Situated on 2,300 acres between the Green and Taconic Mountains, The Equinox, with 183 rooms and suites, dates back more than 200 years.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York One man was killed and a woman injured in a head-on crash Friday night in Lindenhurst, Suffolk County police said. The fatal collision occurred around 7 p.m. when Jennifer Ginexi, who was driving her 2013 Ford Fusion north on Wellwood Avenue, was struck head-on by a 2013 Honda Civic, which had crossed into her lane, police said.The driver of the Civic, 26-year-old Karim Abouelfadl of Lindenhurst, suffered serious injuries and was pronounced dead at Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow, police said. Ginexi, 23, of North Babylon, was taken to Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center in West Islip with non-life threatening injuries, police said. Suffolk police First Squad detectives are investigating the crash.Both cars were impounded for a safety check, police said. Detectives are asking anyone who may have witnessed the crash to call the First Squad at 631-854-8152.