Katie Mettler, The Washington Post Published 9:08 am PST, Tuesday, March 5, 2019 The Carrico sisters were getting impatient. After days of heavy rain in Humboldt County, California, the sky was finally clear Friday afternoon. Leia, 8, and Caroline, 5, were eager to play outside and hike through the woods that border Richardson Grove State Park by their northern California home. But their mom, Misty Carrico, wasn't quite ready, so she asked them to wait as she finished up chores, she later told authorities. Leia and Caroline started the hike anyway. The sisters wandered into the forest, a heavily-wooded area with a steep terrain. Leia wore a hooded, long sleeve shirt and purple rain boots. Caroline had pulled on a maroon rain jacket with a white horses print. Her boots were hot pink. In the woods, they followed a trail they knew well, which branched to one they didn't, authorities said. From there, they followed a path made by animals - until they realized nothing looked … [Read more...] about Two young sisters were lost in the woods. They used their wilderness training to survive.
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Read more transcripts from Face the Nation here. MARGARET BRENNAN: It's Sunday, November 18th. I am Margaret Brennan and this is FACE THE NATION. President Trump pays a visit to the sights of California's deadliest and most destructive fires in history. PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: To see what's happened here, nobody would have ever thought this could have happened. MARGARET BRENNAN: We'll get an update from California Governor Jerry Brown, who was at the President's side during Saturday's visit. MAN: Does seeing this devastation, though, change your opinion at all on climate change, Mister President? PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP: No, no. I have a strong opinion. I want great climate. We're going to have that, and we're going to have forests that are very safe. MARGARET BRENNAN: Then the President disputes reports that the CIA concluded Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered the murder of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi. PRESIDENT DONALD … [Read more...] about Full transcript: “Face the Nation” on November 18, 2018
Members of the team run drills during Florida Atlantic University football practice at the Orange Bowl Field at Carter Park Saturday April 7, 2018 in Fort Lauderdale. (Meghan McCarthy / The Palm Beach Post) BOCA RATON — The start of fall training camp in college football has long been compared to Christmas in August. As the Lane Kiffin Train rides through South Florida, the gift of winning looks to become a permanent fixture at Florida Atlantic. Only two seasons removed from a 3-9 record under Charlie Partridge, the Owls have become one of the nation’s feel-good stories, led by Kiffin’s redemption as a head coach – and a six-year contract extension to go along with it – and American Heritage graduate Devin Singletary’s FBS-best 32 rushing touchdowns last year. The 2018 season features the highest expectations in program history, with the Owls coming off an 11-3 record and a Conference USA title. Billboards of Kiffin and Singletary promising … [Read more...] about Quarterbacks, transfers headline 5 storylines to watch in Lane Kiffin’s second training camp at FAU
By Matt Schoch Special to The Detroit News Published 9:30 p.m. UTC Jul 26, 2018 Allen Park — Offensive line coach Jeff Davidson was noncommittal on Frank Ragnow’s long-term position, but said he’ll stay at guard for now. The 20th pick overall from Arkansas played mostly at guard alongside center Graham Glasgow during OTAs. But Davidson said Ragnow could still end up at center, where he did not allow a sack in 2,603 collegiate snaps. “He’s been primarily at guard and that is the way we’ll probably continue to go at this point,” Davidson said. “He and Graham, we’re going to look for the best fit of where those guys fit ultimately within the system. So we’re going to be taking looks at guys from different positions.” The other offensive lineman the Lions drafted, fifth-rounder Tyrell Crosby of Oregon, also could have position versatility at tackle or guard. “A lot of it is how the five are functioning … [Read more...] about Lions’ Ragnow working at guard, but center remains possibility
News / World by Press Association 26/06/2018, 3:34 pm FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter A knife-wielding man has killed an officer in a police station in northern Japan, before taking the man’s gun and fatally shooting a security guard at the entrance to a nearby school. Toyama prefectural police and said the unidentified male suspect, who walked into the school, was shot by a second policeman and captured after the mid-afternoon attack, when children were still inside the facility. Police said the man’s motive was not known. Children were taken to the elementary school gymnasium for safety after being cautioned by police, principal Yoshiaki Iino told reporters. Teachers called police and an ambulance after spotting the suspect in the school yard and the guard lying on the ground. TV footage showed a number of officers outside the school. Parents came to pick up their children, with some saying the … [Read more...] about Police officer and security guard killed in attacks near Japanese school