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first_imgThe Spanish international’s first clear opening was well saved by England World Cup hopeful Nick Pope low to his right.Pope, though, could arguably have done better when the opening goal arrived on 20 minutes as he punched Victor Moses’s cross into the onrushing Kevin Long and the ball ricocheted off the defender into his own net.Much worse was to come for Morata on the hour mark when he burst clear on goal, but, with just Pope to beat, side-footed wide of the target.That miss looked like it could be the turning point in the game when four minutes later Burnley levelled in fortuitous fashion.Joey Gudmundsson’s long-range effort was heading well wide until it deflected off Ashley Barnes to completely wrong-foot Chelsea ‘keeper Thibaut Courtois.Just minutes later, though, Chelsea retook the lead when Moses fired in low at Pope’s near post from Emerson Palmieri’s cross.Morata then stormed off the field in disgust at himself as he was replaced by Hazard for the final 20 minutes.But despite some delightful touches by the Belgian, Chelsea had to settle for victory by the finest of margins.At the King Power, Leicester manager Claude Puel took his revenge after Southampton sacked the Frenchman despite finishing eighth and reaching the League Cup final last season by pushing his former employers closer to the drop.In a game of few clear-cut chances, Shane Long had Southampton’s best effort as he was denied by a point-blank save by Leicester’s reserve goalkeeper Ben Hamer.At the other end, Alex McCarthy also made a smart stop from Jamie Vardy as Southampton at least stopped a run of four straight league defeats.Share on: WhatsApp London, United Kingdom | AFP | Chelsea kept their outside chances of chasing down Tottenham Hotspur for a place in next season’s Champions League alive as a much-changed side secured a 2-1 win at Burnley.At the other end of the table, Southampton crept closer to relegation as a 0-0 draw at Leicester leaves the Saints still four points off safety with just four games remaining to save themselves.Chelsea closed to within five points of fourth-placed Spurs, but Mauricio Pochettino’s men also have a kinder run in than their London rivals.Southampton and Chelsea meet for the second time in eight days in a FA Cup semi-final on Sunday after Antonio Conte’s side came from 2-0 down to win 3-2 at St. Mary’s on Saturday.And with the Cup representing Chelsea’s last chance at silverware this season, Conte left Eden Hazard and Willian on the bench as Olivier Giroud and Alvaro Morata started together up front for the first time.Burnley’s opening day 3-2 win at Stamford Bridge was an early indicator as to how the season would develop for both sides with Sean Dyche’s side now dreaming of qualifying for European competition for the first time since 1967.However, Burnley’s hopes of leapfrogging Arsenal into sixth were dealt a blow by a first defeat in seven games. Conte has lamented Chelsea’s inability to take their chances all season, and it was another night to forget for club record signing Morata as he passed up a host of opportunities to score just his third goal of 2018.last_img read more


first_imgPresident Trump is calling the revelation an FBI official is being investigated for changing records just the start.The President said on Fox and Friends this morning that by the time it is over, it will be the biggest political scandal of the century.Trump huge thing There are reports the Justice Department’s investigation found someone changed records related to the surveillance of the Trump campaign.He said that Attorney General Bill Barr would get to the bottom of it.He added if Barr had been the attorney general from the start, the Russia probe would probably never have started.last_img


first_imgPolice in New York are currently searching for a 16-year-old girl they believe may have been kidnapped while she was out with her mother.The incident was reported, Monday around 11:20 pm.Authorities say Karol Sanchez was walking with her mom on Eagle Avenue when they both were approached by a beige-colored four-door sedan.Two suspects then got out of the vehicle and grabbed the teen and dragged her inside. During the altercation, the teen’s mother was pushed to the ground but she was able to tell authorities that the suspects were four men in their 20’s and that the vehicle took off driving eastbound on East 156th Street.It is unclear at this time whether the victims knew the suspects.The teen is described as being about 5 feet, 5 inches tall and weighs about 150 lbs. She has short black hair and brown eyes and was last seen wearing a dark-blue short jacket, white sweater, blue jeans, and black sneakers.last_img read more


first_imgRoyal Caribbean Cruises is claiming that they have video proof that the grandfather of the toddler who died last year after the grandfather accidentally dropped her out of an open window, was “unquestionably aware” that the window was open before the incident occurred.Chloe Wiegand fell to her death while abroad Royal Caribbean’s Freedom of the Seas ship in July when her grandfather lifted her up onto the window’s ledge and she fell 11-stories to the deck below.During the investigation, the grandfather Salvatore Anello, told authorities and his family that he lifted the child up so she could bang on the windows like she does at her older brother’s hockey games, but he was unaware that the window was open. Additionally, Anello told authorities that he is colorblind so he could not tell the difference between which windows were open and which were closed.The family filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the company stating that the company violated industry standards by failing to provide reasonably safe windows in an area where children play on the ship.In a counter to the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family, Royal Caribbean cruises reported that surveillance video shows that the grandfather was fully aware that the window was open because he leaned his upper body out of it seconds before picking the child up and dangling her out of the window for half of a minute:“This is not a case of an unknowing child approaching an open window and falling out because the window was defective or improperly positioned,” the court documents read. “Rather, this is a case about an adult man, Chloe’s step-grandfather who, as surveillance footage unquestionably confirms: (1) walked up to a window he was aware was open; (2) leaned his upper body out the window for several seconds; (3) reached down and picked up Chloe; and (4) then held her by and out of the open window for thirty-four seconds before he lost his grip and dropped Chloe out of the window. His actions, which no reasonable person could have foreseen, were reckless and irresponsible and the sole reason why Chloe is no longer with her parents,” according to court records obtained by WPTV.Royal Caribbean cruise also added that all the windows have a green film on them to help distinguish which ones are open and which are closed, as well as handles on the ones that do open.The cruise company has since submitted the videos to officials and is seeking the dismissal of the family’s lawsuit.last_img read more


first_imgPolice were able to apprehend an escaped prisoner, Timothy L. Howton-McLaughlin, 29, in Indian River County on Friday.The prisoner escaped the Okeechobee Correctional Institution Work Camp on Thursday afternoon while working outside. He took the Florida Department of Corrections truck and drove off .Police say a witness called in after spotting a man near 43rd Avenue and 8th Street walking barefoot.An off-duty deputy spotted the man and followed him until patrol unites showed up. Once authorities arrived the suspect immediately ran away but a K-9 was able to help catch him.Howton-McLaughlin was arrested and is serving an eight-year sentence for trafficking in stolen property and burglary.last_img


first_imgA 44-year-old man has reportedly died from the coronavirus in the Philippines, marking the first death connected to the virus outside of China.The man was a resident of Wuhan, the center of the outbreak.Officials with the World Health Organization believe that he was infected before going to the Philippines.The victim experienced symptoms of fever, cough and sore throat before he was admitted to a hospital, where he passed away on Saturday, according to WHO:Photo courtesy: World Health Organization/FacebookHe was the second person in the Philippines who was confirmed to have contracted the virus.More than 300 people have been killed by the virus in China, and more than 14,000 have been infected worldwide. Eight cases have been confirmed in the United States, though none of them were in Florida.last_img read more


first_imgPolice did not make an arrest, they only cited the driver. The St. Lucie Fire District responded to an incident that involved a car that ran a stop sign and crashed into a home on Tulip Boulevard.Authorities say two people were inside the home at the time of the incident, but none of them were hurt.last_img


first_imgPresident Trump will be present at the Daytona 500 this weekend in more ways than one. He’ll be in person and on a the #47 car.Volusia County Sheriff Mike Chitwood says his office is planning for President Trump, First Lady Melania Trump and Governor Ron DeSantis to attend Sunday’s race. Daytona Beach International Airport also says the president will be attending, and Air Force One is expected to land there. Trump would be the first sitting president to attend the race since George W. Bush in 2004. Oh and there is Joe Nemececk is driving the Trump Pence 2020 Camaro. Nemechek, 56, hails from Florida and he is a 20-time winner in the NASCAR National Series ranks, including 16-times in the NASCAR Xfinity Series.Additionally, Nemechek took the 1992 Championship in the Series.The sponsorship comes from the Patriots PAC of America, not from Trump’s direct re-election campaign.Ray DallaRosa from Patriots PAC of America says that the goal of his group’s NASCAR sponsorship campaign is to get more NASCAR fans to register to vote and head to the polls in November as President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence seek re-election.And there’s also a Trump 2020 truck. Tim Viens will sport TRUMP 2020 scheme in Daytona Truck race.last_img read more


first_img“To our knowledge, this is the first human trafficking case, first human trafficking charge that we have put on an individual,” Simmons said on Wednesday.The report goes on to say that investigators interviewed at least one person who paid Walter for the videos. He told investigators that Walter had a different price rate for sexual videos with or without the children. For example, Live Skype calls in which a child could be seen on camera were priced at $8 per minute.Simmons says Walter made at least $100 off of one video.Walter is awaiting extradition to Escambia County, where she will go before a judge and bond will be determined. A former Pensacola nanny and foster parent who was already facing some serious criminal charges apparently also dealt in human trafficking.Last April, officials arrested 27-year-old Nicole Walter on child pornography and lewd behavior with a minor charge.She is now at the Santa Rosa County Jail on a human trafficking warrant from Escambia County Investigators.“We continued our investigation and determined there was an exchange of money for a video that was made involving some minor children,” says Chief Deputy Chip Simmons. “This was an individual from out of state that engaged with Walter.”According to the warrant report, the Sheriff’s Office has obtained three videos that Walter filmed in 2017 and 2018, in which she performed sexual acts in front of small children who could be heard crying and playing. The report states that the children are now 6 and 3 years old, respectively.last_img read more