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Report: Tom Petty dead at 66 after going into cardiac arrest

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Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP From left, Jeff Lynne, Tom Petty and Dhani Harrison perform “I Won’t Pull back” at the MusiCares Person of the Year tribute honoring Tom Petty at the Los Angeles Convention Center on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017.

Monday, Oct. 2, 2017|1:34 p.m.

Tom Petty, the long-haired rocker whose famously nasal voice was behind some of rock’s biggest hits, died Monday after going into heart attack, CBS News verified.

The “Free Fallin'” singer, 66, was found unconscious and not breathing in his Malibu home, and was subsequently taken to the UCLA Santa Monica Hospital, where he “had no brain activity,” inning accordance with TMZ.

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Mother charged in daughter'' s death didn’t call 911 due to the fact that she was ‘short on minutes,' ' report states

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title=” Jessica Briones (Bexar County Sheriffs Office) “border=” 0″ width=” 180″/ > Jessica Briones (Bexar County Sheriffs Workplace). (Meredith)– A 4-year-old Texas lady called Olivia passed away after her mom apparently cannot call 911 because her mobile phone was “short on minutes.”

Jessica Briones, who is believed of triggering her daughter’s fatal injuries, brought the unconscious girl to a San Antonio authorities substation on Sept. 5, the San Antonio Express reports.

Briones presumably confessed to knocking the door on Olivia’s arm however claimed it was a mishap.

She supposedly informed authorities that her daughter falls often, and had recently hit her head on the flooring on Sept. 1.

Briones said she took her daughter to authorities instead of calling 911 because her phone was low on minutes, inning accordance with an authorities report obtained by the San Antonio Express.

Olivia was hurried to the medical facility where she was pronounced dead the following day.

Doctors found numerous bleeding websites inside the woman’s head and brain swelling, according to the affidavit.

The medical inspector’s office figured out Olivia also had a swollen nose, 8 scars on her scalp, a deflated lung, and 2 inflamed arms among a number of other injuries.

The cause of death is pending.

Charges versus Briones could be upgraded depending upon the medical examiner’s findings.

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U.S. News & & World Report: UNLV Most Diverse Campus in the Country

UNLV has reached the top of U.S. News & & World Report’s annual listing of the country’s most diverse universities for undergraduates.

After two years in second, UNLV is now in a three-way tie for first in the publication’s Finest Ethnic Diversity classification launched today. UNLV has positioned in the top 10 for the past 7 years.

“The diversity of our trainee population represents the future of metropolitan public research universities,” stated UNLV President Len Jessup. “This ranking is a reflection of the altering demographics of our state and our country, and we’re happy to be at the forefront of this change.”

The Best Ethnic Variety classification recognizes colleges where trainees are most likely to encounter undergraduates from racial or ethnic groups different from their own. It kept in mind UNLV’s high percentage of Hispanic trainees, roughly 29 percent.

“Our varied student body enhances the cultural vigor of our school, bringing distinct perspectives that raise the college experience for everybody,” stated Jessup.

More than half of all undergraduate students at UNLV report becoming part of a racial or ethnic minority. The United States News ranking, which examined information from the 2016-17 academic year, calculated an increase in UNLV’s variety index from 0.74 to 0.75 on a scale of 0.1 to 1.0. UNLV was among 3 universities with a 0.75 variety index, consisting of Andrews University and Rutgers University.

In the spring, UNLV launched The Crossway, a comprehensive scholastic multicultural center for students, professors, and staff that offers gain access to and linkages to individuals, information and services. Found on the first floor of the Trainee Union, the campus resource helps students, particularly first-generation and students of color, successfully navigate their scholastic careers.

In 2015, UNLV became the very first four-year institution in Nevada to reach Hispanic registration of 25 percent, satisfying the USA Department of Education’s meaning of an Hispanic Serving Organization. The university also fulfills Minority Serving Institution requirements as an Asian American, Native-American, and Pacific-Islander-Serving Institution.

The listing considers the overall mix of Black, Hispanic, American Indian, Asian-American Pacific Islander, White and multiracial (two or more races) trainees. It does not include international students.

The “Best of Ethnic Variety” ranking was consisted of in U.S. News & & World Report’s annual list of Best Colleges. Find a link to the full report at usnews.com/best-colleges/rankings/national-universities/campus-ethnic-diversity.

Report: Aging United States Population Simply the Right Rx for MOB Developers and Investors

Markets With Big and Growing Senior Populations Such as Phoenix, South Florida Are Particularly Ripe for New Medical Office Supply, Investment

The rising variety of individuals age 65 and over, pressure for health-care service providers to cut costs and the rise of new innovation will continue to drive need and chances for medical office developers and financiers, inning accordance with a new report by CBRE Group, Inc.

. According to “U.S. Medical Office Buildings: A Remedy for Market Volatility,” CBRE’s very first report outlining the United States medical-office sector’s investment capacity as a growing and developing possession class, the national MOB job rate has actually dropped progressively because 2010 to a record-low level of 8% as of first-quarter 2017, well below the 13% job rate for the wider U.S. office market.

Cost containment and brand-new technologies that can produce much better and more effective patient treatments at lower expense is owning health-care market combination and creating demand for more economical settings to see clients, such as medical office complex and urgent-care centers.

“As investor cravings for health care-related real estate has grown, medical office buildings have emerged as the most popular property type within the sector,” stated Chris Bodnar, executive vice president of healthcare with CBRE Capital Markets. “As yields for conventional property possession classes have compressed recently, new capital sources, consisting of foreign capital, have actually gotten in the medical office sector searching for stability to hedge against any potential correction in the worldwide markets.”

Currently active MOB developers are most likely to get busier as renters contend for the lessening readily available supply. This week, Indiana-based healthcare real estate developer and operator Anchor Health Properties revealed a collaboration with The Villages community in central Florida to establish the 285,000-square-foot Center for Advanced Health care, a multi-specialty building connected to a 150-room hotel, conference center and medspa. The task is slated to begin in early 2018 and will take about two years to complete.

In one of the current examples of the investor appetite for medical-office area, CBRE Global Investment Partners previously this month acquired a 95% interest in a 25-building medical office portfolio across 10 states from Kayne Anderson Property Advisors and MB Property Healthcare for a concealed rate. Likewise recently, Duke Realty (NYSE: DRE)completed its $ 2.8 billion sale of 72 medical office buildings to Healthcare Trust of America (NYSE: HTA). Phoenix is forecast to have the strongest 65+ population growth by 2021, followed by Las Vegas, South Florida, Dallas/Fort Worth, Atlanta and Houston, according to CBRE.

Large entrance markets are already benefitting from supply/demand dynamics favorable to financiers. For example, single-digit job rates paired with low levels of brand-new supply in recent years have fueled record rent growth in Southern California, CBRE stated.

Medical suppliers pay the most lease for office in Los Angeles, Orange County and San Diego, which have actually each tape-recorded boosts of 9% or more given that 2010. Los Angeles is 4th on the list of most costly U.S. medical office markets as of the very first quarter, behind New York, San Diego and the San Francisco Bay Location.

Southern California “is very under-built when it concerns health-care real estate,” stated CBRE Elder Vice President Bryan Lewitt, the Southern California practice leader for the Health care Services Group. “Throughout this last economic recovery, half the possible health-care homes were converted to non-health-care usages.”

Lack of available area is particularly challenging for bigger service providers, Lewitt added.

“If an occupant requires a big block of adjoining area, they will have few or no choices. This is frequently requiring providers to expand their geographic search areas outside their perfect submarkets,” he said. “However we do believe that as soon as this long real estate recovery concludes, there will be chance to broaden the supply of medical space and potentially lower rental rates as well.”

Report: Las Vegas male fathered kid with stepdaughter

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” border =” 0 “width=” 180″/ > Tegrin Shelley (Source: LVMPD). LAS VEGAS( FOX5 )-. A man apprehended for sexual abuse fertilized his teenage stepdaughter, according to a cops report.

The report for Tegrin Shelley, 45, showed he remained in a relationship with the teenager’s mom when he entered into a sexual relationship with her 15-year-old daughter.

[RELATED: City arrests man in connection with sexual abuse of minors]

The unidentified teenage girl informed police she seemed like Shelley resembled her partner since they would spend hours talking after she left school. She described seeming like it was “how a person gets back from work to her guy, she felt she was going to school coming house to her man.”

The teen told cops Shelley would get her balloons, flowers, and chocolate for her birthday and Valentine’s Day and the “kids and her sis would get something but absolutely nothing like her gifts.”

Shelley and the teen kept their relationship a secret from the rest of the household. At one point, the set informed the teenager’s mama they were going to the health club however went to a hotel to take part in sexes.

According to the report, the teen told authorities she asked Shelley for a child and he told her “to think about it” since he wanted to ensure “she knew it was a huge responsibility.” The teen ultimately conceived.

When her mom discovered, the teen informed her mother she was fertilized by a person she fulfilled at a party however didn’t understand him.

The teen eventually admitted to her member of the family that Shelley is the father of her baby.

Shelley denied being the child’s father when he was faced by the teenager’s mom. The report specified she thought him because the teen was not established and she was.

The teenager’s mom ultimately learnt Shelley was the daddy. The teen’s mom wished to kick her out of the house however Shelley persuaded her to let her stay.

Shelley was detained for 6 counts of lewdness with a minor under 14, two counts of sexual assault versus a minor under 16, and kidnapping of a small.

Copyright 2017 KVVU (KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved.

Charleston, S.C., cops report ‘active shooter scenario’

Thursday, Aug. 24, 2017|10:36 a.m.

CHARLESTON, S.C.– Authorities say they are examining a possible “active shooter” circumstance in downtown Charleston, South Carolina.

Police spokesman Charles Francis said a shooting was reported just after twelve noon on King Street, which is a row of restaurant and stores where tourists regularly collect.

He did not instantly report any injuries or info about a possible suspect. No other details were instantly offered.

Tom and Patsy Plant told The Post and Carrier of Charleston they were consuming at Virginia’s dining establishment and saw a man come out of the kitchen with a gun in his hand and said “there’s a brand-new manager in town.”

The couple said they overlooked a back door.

UNLV Report: How Healthy are Nevada'' s Kindergartners?

A yearly health survey of Nevada’s kindergarteners found more with medical insurance– 93.8 percent– than at any other time in the report’s nine-year history, though one in 5 families still point out financial and other barriers to accessing healthcare.

The Nevada Institute for Kid’s Research study and Policy (NICRP) at UNLV administers the statewide Kindergarten Health Study each year to moms and dads of inbound kindergarteners. The study evaluates the general health status of kids beginning school, identifies locations of improvement, and arms policymakers with constant annual data.

NICRP administers the survey in collaboration with the Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health and all of the state’s school districts. The 2016-17 report, published this summer season, summarized survey responses from almost 5,740 parents representing about 31,833 kindergarten trainees throughout 15 of the state’s 17 school districts.

“While it is fantastic that we are seeing the uninsured rates of children decrease, we need to be careful and not assume that insurance coverage ensures access to care,” said Amanda Haboush-Deloye, NICRP associate director. “Our state still has a lack of medical and mental health suppliers, especially for children. We have to increase quality providers throughout the state to ensure children have access to the care they need and deserve.”

The greatest portion of uninsured children lived in households that reported an annual family earnings of between $35,000 and $45,000. Scientist indicate a possible lack of awareness about qualifications for help and/or the possibility that these families make too much to receive assistance however still can not afford insurance coverage. The portion of uninsured Hispanic children, 9.6 percent, stays highest among all racial classifications.

“Every child should have access to quality care, particularly throughout a kid’s early years as they are still developing,” stated Haboush-Deloye. “If all kids have access to the mental and physical health services they require, they are less most likely to miss out on school and will be much better prepared to discover when in the class.”

The 2017 report also kept in mind some small shifts in preschool participation. While more entering kindergartners attended a school district preschool than the previous year– 29 percent to 25.4 percent– the variety of kindergartners without any preschool experience rose somewhat to just more than 32 percent.

Extra findings include:

32.6 percent of getting in kindergartners are obese or obese and 16.8 percent are underweight.
77.4 percent received regular oral care in the previous 12 months and more than 90 percent had at least one medical examination, both slight increases from the previous year.
Less than half (45.7 percent) were physically active for at least 60 minutes 6-7 days per week, down roughly three percent from the previous year and nearly eight percent from 3 years ago.
Kindergartners are investing more time playing video games and seeing television: 8 percent played 3 or more hours of computer game per school day, up from 5.4 percent the previous year. 18.8 percent saw three or more hours of TV per school day, up from 16.2 percent.

The research group consisted of Haboush-Deloye, Patricia Haddad (Research Assistant at NICRP), Tara Phebus (Executive Director at NICRP), and a number of research assistants.

To access the full report, get in touch with the NICRP at -LRB-702-RRB- 895-1040 or see nic.unlv.edu.

Draft U.S. report states extreme storms owned by climate modification

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Lynne Sladky/ AP In this Sept. 23, 2014, file photo, automobiles work out greatly flooded streets as rain falls in Miami Beach, Fla.

Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017|12:57 p.m.

WASHINGTON– Straight contradicting President Donald Trump, a draft report produced by 13 federal firms concludes that the United States is already feeling the unfavorable impacts of environment modification, with a stark boost in the frequency of heat waves, heavy rains and other extreme weather condition over the last 4 decades.

The initial report sums up the present state of the science for the upcoming National Environment Assessment. Trump and his Cabinet have actually revealed public doubts that the warming is being mostly driven by manufactured carbon pollution and will have serious consequences for Americans.

An early version of the report, a copy which was gotten by The Associated Press, was dispersed extensively in December for evaluation by leading researchers. The New York Times released a copy Monday.

The U.S. International Change Research Program, which will edit and produce the last report, did not respond to phone and emails seeking talk about Tuesday.

The evaluation has actually normally been launched every four years under a federal initiative mandated by Congress in 1990. The existing draft, targeted for release later on this year, mainly constructs on the conclusions of the 2014 evaluation released under the Obama administration.

The evaluation stated international temperature levels will continue to increase without high decreases in the burning of nonrenewable fuel sources, with progressively unfavorable impacts. Worldwide, 15 of the last 16 years have actually been the warmest years on record. Today, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stated 2017 is on track to be the 2nd warmest for the United States.

The report calls the long-term proof that international warming is being driven by human activities “unambiguous.”

“There are no alternative descriptions, and no natural cycles are found in the observational record that can describe the observed modifications in environment,” the report said, citing thousands of studies. “Evidence for a changing climate abounds, from the top of the atmosphere to the depths of the oceans.”

Researchers from all over the world have actually recorded warming in the air and water, melting glaciers, disappearing snow, diminishing sea ice and rising water level. The report said the United States will see temperature level boosts of at least 2.5 degrees (1.4 degrees Celsius) over the next few decades, even with substantial cuts to carbon contamination.

Even if humans stop spewing heat-trapping gases today, the world will warm another half a degree over today’s temperature levels (0.3 degrees Celsius), the report said, citing high confidence in those estimations. Scientists, such as Stanford University’s Chris Field, say that even a few tenths of a degree of warming can have dramatic effect on human civilization and the natural environment.

“Every increment in warming is an increment in risk,” stated Field, who wasn’t part of the report however reviewed it for The National Academy of Sciences.

Trump, who has called climate alter a “overall con job” and “hoax” perpetrated to damage U.S. economic competitiveness, has actually spearheaded a wholesale scrapping of Obama-era efforts that looked for to decrease carbon emissions from coal-fired power plants and other sources. Recently, Trump’s administration formally informed the United Nations that the United States means to take out of the 2015 Paris climate accord, in which almost 200 nations promised to decrease carbon emissions.

U.S. environment scientists have actually seen these policy developments with increasing alarm, with some expressing concern the Trump administration might seek to bury or substantially diluted the quadrennial climate evaluation.

However, four co-authors of the federal climate assessment, who spoke to AP on the condition of anonymity due to the fact that they were not licensed to discuss the concern, said they have actually declined or seen any effort by the White House to reduce or censor the clinical document.

“It was under the radar and we were fine about that,” one author informed AP on Tuesday.

Michael MacCracken, a researcher who headed the interagency team that examined the assessment in the 1990s, stated those concerns were based upon exactly what senior administration authorities have said they believe– that forecasts of global interruptions from extreme storms, droughts and heat waves were overblown and alarmist.

“Science is not a set of beliefs,” MacCracken said. “Science is a set of evidence.”

He informed AP he fretted that the report might be late due to the fact that the White Home Workplace of Science Technology Policy, which assists coordinate the report, is understaffed and Trump has not selected a science advisor yet.

The report is presently in its fifth draft. The version examined by the Times and AP is marked as the third evaluation, which was dispersed for remark in December.

“This one was made widely available for public review,” MacCracken said. “It wasn’t a dripped review.”

One report author stated due to the fact that the assessment takes a look at how water level rise, extreme weather condition and other things that affect global warming change with the amount of heat-trapping gases spewed by the world, the bypassing message was how actions now on carbon dioxide pollution can limit damage in the future.

Report: Wife and partner drown at Lake Havasu

Lake Mohave appears in this image from July 1, 2015. (Jason Valle/FOX5) Lake Mohave appears in this image from July 1, 2015. (Jason Valle/FOX5) Lake Mohave appears in this image from July 1, 2015.( Jason Valle/FOX5). LAS VEGAS( FOX5)-. 2 people drowned Friday at Lake Havasu, according to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Department. Mohave County Constable’s Waterways deputies reacted for a woman that was pulled from the water about 3:25 p.m. Friday and brought to the Crazy Horse Docks. The woman was unconscious and not breathing.

Constable’s dispatchers had actually been advised that CPR was being administered by off-duty Los Angeles county constable’s deputies. The female was transferred from the off-duty deputies’ boat to the docks where she was pronounced dead by Lake Havasu City Fire Department personnel.

Examinations figured out that a man likewise was missing from the same boat. A search was right away carried out in the location. About 3:45 p.m., the guy’s body was located at the bottom of the lake in approximately 12 feet of water by workers from the Lake Havasu City Cops Department and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department marine units. The male was transferred to the Crazy Horse Docks where he was pronounced dead.

More investigation determined the boat had been occupied by two male adults, a female adult, and two kids. They had stopped their boat simply west of the Crazy Horse Cove.

The female has been determined by the constable’s department as Esmeralda Gonzalez, 41, of Monrovia, Calif. She had actually jumped from the boat to go for a swim and was not using a life vest. She started to panic in the water– so her spouse, Raul Gonzalez, 44, leapt in to save her. He likewise was not wearing a life jacket. Both were seen having a hard time in the water prior to disappearing.

Autopsy outcomes are pending and alcohol might be a factor, inning accordance with the sheriff’s department The accident remains under investigation.

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Report: O.J. Simpson'' s life perhaps in danger

O.J. Simpson at this parole hearing on July 20, 2017. (Courtesy: Sholeh L. Moll-Masumi) O.J. Simpson at this parole hearing on July 20, 2017. (Courtesy: Sholeh L. Moll-Masumi) O.J. Simpson at this parole hearing on July 20, 2017.( Courtesy: Sholeh L. Moll-Masumi). LOVELOCK, NV( FOX5)-. O.J. Simpson is getting included protection

in a Nevada jail as his life may be in risk inning accordance with a report. A day after the Nevada Parole Board granted Simpson’s request for freedom, he has actually now been transferred to a special housing area at the Lovelock Correctional Center according to < a href="

http://www.tmz.com/2017/07/21/o-j-simpson-prison-protection-danger-lovelock/” > TMZ Sports. That very same report said prisoners might be looking to hurt him in order to make a name on their own.

Simpson was serving a 33-year sentence for a heist including two sports souvenirs dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room back in 2008.

After Thursday’s hearing, the 70-year-old was vacated the basic population and into confined real estate.

There was no particular danger against O.J. cited in the report, however that it’s in the very best interest of the jail to keep Simpson safe.

O.J. is anticipated to be released Oct. 1.

Copyright 2017 KVVU ( KVVU Broadcasting Corporation). All rights reserved. The Associated Press contributed to this report.