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Power Ball Winner Numbers: Powerball jackpot is Now $345Million Dollars

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Power Ball Winner Numbers: Much Like the Mega Millions lottery game jackpot, the Powerball prize is expanding. Without total champion in Powerball’s Wednesday evening’s 10/17/18 illustration, the Powerball jackpot is currently worth $430 million for the upcoming Saturday making use of 10/20/18

Are you seeming like a fortunate champion? If so, currently might be a great time to get a ticket if you intend to take the threat because the consolidated Huge Millions, as well as Powerball rewards for America’s biggest lottery games, are currently worth greater than $1.3 billion. The following illustration is Friday evening’s Huge Millions prize, worth an approximated $900 million (money alternative $513 million).

Wednesday’s Power Ball Winner Numbers last evening (10/17/18) were:

Winning numbers: 3-57-64-68-69

Powerball: 15

Power Play: 3

Despite The Fact That there was no Powerball jackpot winner Wednesday evening, there was a $2 million champion in Florida that had a suit 5 plus a Power Play, as well as a number of $1 million victors matching the 5 white winning numbers in Kentucky, Massachusetts, as well as New Jacket.

Exactly how hard can it be to select 6 poor numbers?

Well, exactly how around 302,575,350 to 1. Those were the chances on Tuesday evening, which assists clarify why nobody got hold of the Huge Millions prize.

If had your heart established on Powerball on Wednesday evening, you absolutely had a much better opportunity, with chances of 292,201,388 to 1.

Yet if you are relying on winning both, allow’s obtain reasonably: The chances for swiping both rewards are 1 in 88 quadrillions, according to CNBC.

Tickets for Saturday evening’s Powerball $430 million prize ($248 million money alternative) can be acquired up until 9: 45 p.m. ET in a lot of states on the day of the following illustration. They set you back is $2 to play.

On The Other Hand, as the Powerball prize expands, the rate of interest in America’s biggest lottery games is expanding to a high-temperature pitch as the Huge Millions prize has actually risen to an all-time document high. Friday evening’s upcoming Huge Millions prize is an approximated $900 million (money alternative $513 million). Tickets are $2 to play as well as the due date for buying is 10: 50 p.m. ET in a lot of states.

The biggest Powerball rewards ever before are as complies with:

Jan. 13, 2016: $1.586 billion

Aug. 23, 2017: $7587 million

May 18, 2013: $5905 million

Nov. 28, 2012: $5875 million

Feb. 11, 2015: $5641 million

Jan. 6, 2018: $5597 million

July 30, 2016: $4870 million

March 17, 2018: $456 million

Aug. 7, 2013: $4484 million

June 10, 2017: $4478 million

Feb. 22, 2017: $4353 million

As a matter of fact, you are 258 times most likely to be struck by lightning this year than win the Huge Millions lotto game, according to information from the National Weather Condition Solution.

Or, with chances of 1 in 3,748,067, you are 80 times most likely to be eliminated by a shark this year than win Huge Millions, the International Shark Strike Documents reported.

At 1 in 700,000, ladies are 432 times most likely to bring to life the same quadruplets than win the lotto game.

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Biden keeps sinking in the latest presidential polls

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The hits just keep coming for President Biden in the polls.

The president’s approval rating — the gold standard for job performance for modern-day commanders in chief — has sunk to 43%, according to the latest Rasmussen poll out Friday.

That’s slightly worse than a Reuters/Ipsos poll that pegged the president at 44% approval rating. That, writes Reuters, is “the lowest level of his presidency” under their tracking system.

The news service adds the dismal results show “Americans appearing to be increasingly critical of (Biden’s) response to the coronavirus pandemic.”

The raking comes as Biden has hit his 240th day in office, a metric used to compare his tenure to his predecessors. And the tape shows he’s worse than his old boss, former President Barack Obama, at this point in his presidency.

He’s slightly better than former President Donald Trump, who was at 38.8% at 240 days, but behind both ex-presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

Quinnipiac University earlier this week showed that only 42% surveyed approve of Biden.

“If there ever was a honeymoon for President Biden, it is clearly over,” Quinnipiac University polling analyst Tim Malloy told Newsweek. “This is, with few exceptions, a poll full of troubling negatives … from overall job approval, to foreign policy, to the economy.”

The continued stream of bad news comes as Biden struggles with the virus not wanting to quit, a crisis and the Southern Border, a drone strike that killed innocent Afghans during the botched pullout from Kabul, France angry over a nuclear submarine deal and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Mark Milley trying to defend his dealings with China at the end of the Trump term.

Plus, noted Harvard economics professor Gregory Mankiw — who literally wrote the textbook almost every college economics student studies — wrote in The New York Times Friday that “Americans should be wary” of big government.

“The details of the ambitious $3.5 trillion social spending bill are still being discussed, so it is unclear what it will end up including. In many ways, it seems like a grab bag of initiatives assembled from the progressive wish list,” Mankiw writes.

Hard work, to sum up his essay, is what made America great — not handouts across the board. Biden’s $3.5 trillion “package is too big and too risky,” he writes. “The wiser course is to take more incremental steps rather than to try to remake the economy in one fell swoop.”

 

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High school football: Wall’s two long TDs lead Rosemount past Lakeville North

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Rosemount receiver Cedric Wall caught two receptions of over 65 yards to make for the biggest plays of the night in the south metro duel against Lakeville North on Friday night.

Those two game-changing receptions, and a stout defensive stand, led the Irish to a 17-0 victory over the Panthers at Rosemount’s Irish Stadium on Friday.

“I have so much trust in him making plays for us,” Rosemount senior quarterback Vincent Pyne said. “He’s electric. He can make a play out of nothing.”

After Rosemount (3-0) scored first, on its first drive with a 28-yard field goal from star kicker Leyton Simmering, it was the Wall show in the first half.

On the second play of the second drive, Rosemount was at its own 28-yard line when Pyne hit Wall with a pass along the Rosemount sidelines. The Lakeville North (1-2) defenders were right on Wall’s heels, but Wall crashed into the endzone for a 72-yard touchdown with 2:04 left in the first quarter, putting Rosemount ahead 10-0.

“It was nice to have a game like this. Last week I screwed up blocking-wise, and I feel like I did better blocking today,” Wall, who was more worried about blocking after the game than the big catches, said. “Just going out there and playing the game I know I can play.”

Simmering is one of the top kickers in the state and also a goalie for the soccer team as well. Erdmann said that he gives the Irish a huge advantage, knowing that they can pin teams back inside the 10-yard line on punts, and easily kick field goals that some teams wouldn’t attempt.

“When I go out there, I just do my thing. I do my job just like everybody else does their job,” Simmering said. “It makes me feel good, because the team just loves what I do.”

Simmering said he is on the radar to kick for some college football programs.

Early in the third quarter, Wall caught another pass from Pyne — this one a bubble on the right sideline — and Wall ran all of 66 yards to the Panthers’ 1-yard line where he just missed the orange pylon before getting tackled out of bounds in the corner of the green turf. Pyne ran the ball in on the next play for a 1-yard touchdown, putting the Irish ahead 17-0.

The second half was a scoreless defensive showing, and after Lakeville North junior quarterback threw an incomplete pass on fourth down with 3:09 left in the game, Rosemount got the ball, got one more first down, and Pyne took two knees to end the game 17-0.

“Disappointed we didn’t have some more (points) in the second half, but our defense played solid the whole game,” Rosemount coach Jeff Erdmann said about his team’s first shutout of the season.

Wall led the Irish in receiving with 138 yards on those two receptions. Pyne led in rushing with 35 yards. Running back Jayden Washington had 26 for the next most rushing yards.

Lakeville North junior quarterback Seth Johnson threw 6-14 for 45 yards, and senior running back Gavyn Schraufnagel led the running game with 83 yards on 19 carries.

“We figured out that we couldn’t really throw the ball too much so we kind of stuck to running it up the gut, and eventually teams are just going to shut that down,” Schraufnagel said.

After the game, Lakeville North’s head coach Brian Vossen said that he knows his team needs to improve the passing game so they can open up the run game.

“Ultimately, we’re in a situation right now with a somewhat young offense in some spots, and we’re trying to work through some of the positions and I’m hoping it will click,” Vossen said.

It was also Tackle Cancer Night, so many fans were wearing pink for the event that benefited the Randy Shaver Cancer Research and Community Fund. The reported amount of money raised was $3,000 for the fund.

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Police: Pedestrian killed after crash involving Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office vehicle

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JEFFERSON COUNTY, N.Y. (WWTI) – A disease deadly to deer is spreading throughout New York State.

On Thursday, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation confirmed that Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease has spread to Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Nassau, Oswego, Suffolk, and Ulster counties. The DEC is also tracking suspected cases in Albany, Jefferson, Oneida, Orange, Putnam, Rensselaer, Rockland, Sullivan, and Westchester counties.

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Protest for jailed Capitol rioters: Police ready this time

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Burned before, Capitol Police say they are taking no chances as they prepare for a Saturday rally at the U.S. Capitol in support of rioters imprisoned after the violent Jan. 6 insurrection.

Though it is unclear how big the rally will be, the Capitol Police and Metropolitan Police Department are fully activating in an effort to avoid a repeat of the pre-inauguration attack. Underprepared police were overwhelmed as hundreds of President Donald Trump’s supporters broke into the Capitol and interrupted the certification of Joe Biden’s victory.

Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger said at a news conference Friday it was difficult to say whether threats of violence at the event are credible, but he said that “chatter” online and elsewhere has been similar to intelligence that was missed in January.

A permit for the protest allows 700 people. Manger said he believes the most likely possibility for for violence Saturday will involve clashes between the protesters and counter-protesters who may show up.

“We’re not going to tolerate violence, and we will not tolerate criminal behavior of any kind,” Manger said. “The American public and members of Congress have an expectation that we protect the Capitol. And I am confident that the plan we have in place will meet that expectation.”

After multiple missteps in January, law enforcement is out in full force. The fence around the Capitol is back up, temporarily. Police are preparing for the possibility that some demonstrators may arrive with weapons. The D.C. police department is at the ready, and U.S. Capitol Police have requested assistance from nearby law enforcement agencies.

The rally, organized by former Trump campaign strategist Matt Braynard, is aimed at supporting people who have been detained after the Jan. 6 insurrection — about 60 people held behind bars out of the more than 600 charged in the deadly riot. It’s the latest attempt to downplay and deny the January violence.

Illinois Rep. Adam Kinzinger, one of two Republicans serving on a House committee investigating the January attacks, said he supports the aggressive law enforcement efforts.

“Hopefully the overreaction of law enforcement is actually the thing that can keep this from getting out of hand,” Kinzinger said in an interview Thursday.

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High school football roundup: Brakes’ late touchdown leads White Bear Lake past Mounds View

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White Bear Lake 26, Mounds View 20: Rayshaun Brakes’ go-ahead 9-yard rushing touchdown with 17 seconds left in the final frame capped White Bear Lake’s comeback from an early 14-0 deficit to move to 2-1.

Brakes ran for two second-half touchdowns. Owen Wark threw three touchdown passes for the Mustangs (1-2).

Hastings 28, Simley 14: Hastings (2-1) held Simley scoreless for the game’s first three quarters, extending its shutout streak to nine quarters before Caden Renslow threw a pair of touchdown passes in the final frame for the Spartans (2-1).

Hastings quarterback Axel Arnold connected with Stephen Reifenberger for two scoring strikes.

St. Agnes 39, St. Croix Lutheran 0: Aggies quarterback Isaac Schmidt tallied four touchdowns, two 1-yard runs and scoring strikes to Caleb Flood and Aidan Walsh, to help St. Agnes improve to 3-0.

Flood also had a 57-yard rushing touchdown. The Aggies haven’t allowed a point in their last nine quarters of play.

Irondale 34, Tartan 3: Irondale quarterback Connor Kvaal threw for 123 yards — all to C.J. Ritchie — and a touchdown and ran for 96 yards and two more scores as the Knights moved to 2-1.

Blake Helland had nine total tackles for Irondale.

Holy Angels 35, South St. Paul 26: Holy Angels star running back Emmett Johnson ran 39 times for a whopping 362 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Stars (2-1) past South St. Paul (1-2).

Alonzo Dodd was equally as impressive for the Packers. He threw for 69 yards and a score, ran 10 times for 231 yards and two touchdowns, and added a 15-yard reception.

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Police: 18-year-old woman died after being struck by a Commercial truck in Johnstown

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JOHNSTOWN, N.Y. (NEWS10) – Fulton County Sheriff Department reported an 18-year-old woman was killed after she was struck by a Montgomery County Commercial truck.

The accident occurred around 7 a.m. Friday, September 17 at the intersection of Route 67 and County Highway 116 in the Town of Johnstown.

The Montgomery County Commercial truck was turning onto County Highway 116 from Route 67 when it struck the driver’s side of the private vehicle.

The 18-year-old driver was pronounced dead at Nathan Littauer Hospital. There were no other passengers or vehicles involved.

The women’s ID will not be given out at the moment as the next of kin is still being notified.

The operator of the truck has been fully cooperative with police.

The Fulton County Sheriff’s office is investigating the accident and was assisted by, Accident Reconstruction Team of the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Office, the NYSP, the Sammonsville, and Sir William Johnson Volunteer Fire Departments, GAVAC, the County EMS Coordinator and Coroner Luck responded to the NLH ER.

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Editorial: Shame on the FBI for abandoning Olympians

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McKayla Maroney’s testimony before Congress on the FBI’s failure to move quickly with the Larry Nassar sexual assault case was devastating.

This heroic Olympic gold medalist wanted to save another young woman from the same abuse she suffered from Nassar. Boston’s Aly Raisman and fellow gymnasts Simone Biles and Maggie Nichols shared the same heart-wrenching message.

All of them stood tall — the FBI did not.

The lack of urgency by the agency is unacceptable.

An apology from FBI Director Christopher Wray is not enough. He did say an agent assigned to the Nassar case was fired. That’s also not enough.

The managers, office chiefs, deputy bosses — somebody in a leadership post — needs to be fired as well. This brand of heartlessness has no place in our country’s law enforcement community.

Haven’t we learned from the Catholic Church crisis? The James “Whitey” Bulger reign?

The FBI is a broken agency that continues to be too politically charged and weak in too many areas. It’s time to fix the FBI. But don’t take our word for it. Listen to McKayla Maroney. See the tears roll down her cheeks.

“Not only did the FBI not report my abuse, but when they eventually documented my report 17 months later, they made entirely false claims about what I said,” Maroney testified. “They chose to lie about what I said and protect a serial child molester rather than protect not only me but countless others.”

She told Congress that Larry Nassar, the U.S. Gymnastics national team and Olympic team doctor, was “more of a pedophile than he was a doctor.”

Nassar was sentenced to up to 175 years in prison in January 2018 after more than 150 women and girls accused him of sexual abuse. The Olympians were among those victims.

Sadly, predators do all they can to keep abusing. All the more reason to move fast to cut them off.

Somebody at the FBI needed to realize this was the moment to act. Seize the day and protect the innocent. It’s unconscionable this did not happen. They did not give Maroney the respect she deserves.

“I then told the FBI about Tokyo, the day (Nassar) gave me a sleeping pill for the plane ride to then work on me later that night. That evening, I was naked, completely alone, with him on top of me, molesting me for hours. I told them I thought I was going to die that night because there was no way that he would let me go. But he did. I told them I walked the halls of Tokyo hotel at 2 a.m., at only 15 years old,” she told Congress.

She went on: “I then proceeded to tell them about London and how he’d sign me up last on his sheet so he could molest me for hours twice a day. I told them how he molested me right before I won my team gold medal, how he gave me presents, bought me caramel macchiatos and bread when I was hungry. … This was very clear, cookie-cutter pedophilia and abuse. And this is important because I told the FBI all of this, and they chose to falsify my report and to not only minimize my abuse but silence me yet again.”

Enough is enough. It’s time for Congress to actually do something about the FBI. Make a bold move. Do it quickly. Announce it for all to see.

How about trying — at least this one time — to be as brave as these gymnasts?

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High school football: Camden Dean throws two TD passes as No. 1 Lakeville South romps over No. 2 Eden Prairie

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It turns out Camden Dean can throw the ball pretty well when given the opportunity.

Entering his team’s showdown with Eden Prairie on Friday night, the Lakeville South senior quarterback had attempted only 10 passes in the Cougars’ first two games.

But against the Eagles, he completed 6 of 7 passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns and rushed for another as the Cougars rolled to a 42-7 victory in a matchup of the top two teams in Class 6A.
Lakeville South, ranked No. 1, improved to 3-0. The Eagles, ranked No. 2, fell to 2-1.

“Sometimes other teams make fun of us for not throwing the ball that much,” said Dean, whose team operates primarily out of the Power-T formation. “But our response is you better hope we don’t throw the ball because we have the talent to do it.”

Of course, Lakeville South is still a running team by nature, and on Friday the Cougars rushed for 287 yards. That rushing attack was led by junior Carson Hansen, who finished with four touchdowns — the last three on runs of 64, 10 and 64 yards and the first on a 13-yard pass from Dean early in the second quarter to put the Cougars on top 14-0.

Hansen finished with 202 yards rushing.

“We know our Power-T is pretty powerful and we can always lean on it,” Hansen said. “But it’s nice to be able to mix it up a little every now and then, and we were able to do that tonight.”

Eden Prairie, which was already battling injuries on defense entering play, lost a couple more key players Friday in senior defensive end Trey Bixby (a University of Minnesota recruit) and senior Danny Frischmon.

“We were down three starting defensive ends,” Eagles coach Mike Grant said. “We lost two (in a win at Farmington) last week and then we lost Trey tonight. And we lost one of our captains (Frischmon) in the first quarter. So we were playing a lot of inexperienced guys against a really good team.

“But you have to give them a lot of credit. They came out and played really well on both sides of the ball.”

Eden Prairie struggled to get on track offensively. The Eagles’ lone score came on an impressive 92-yard kickoff return down the sideline by senior Logan Gareis that cut the gap to 14-7.

But after that, the Cougars defense — which has now not allowed an offensive touchdown in nine-plus quarters — hung tough.

Lakeville South recovered a pair of fumbles (both of which set up touchdowns), blocked a 45-yard field goal attempt and twice turned the Eagles over on downs deep in Cougars territory.

“Our defense is the heart and soul of our team,” Cougars coach Ben Burk said. “That’s where we put our best athletes and that’s where we spend the most time in practice.”

That showed as Lakeville South held the Eagles to just 21 yards of offense in the first half.

Dean threw for two touchdowns in first half, the last of which, a 44-yard strike over the middle to junior Ian Segna, put his team on top 21-7 at halftime.

“That’s something we haven’t done a whole lot of so far this season,” Dean said of his team taking to the air early on. “But it really helped us get going tonight. If we hadn’t put those plays in, who knows what the final score would have been.”

But, as it turned out, the final score ended up well in his team’s favor, giving the top-ranked Cougars even more momentum heading into the rest of their schedule, which continues with a home matchup against Farmington (1-2) next week.

“This win means a lot to us,” Dean said. “Eden Prairie is a great program and we have a lot of respect for them. I’m so proud of every one of our guys for the way they played tonight. It’s a huge confidence booster for us.

“But we’re not satisfied yet. We know there is still a lot of season to go. So we’re already moving past this one and focusing on next week.”

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Warren County needs more workers at senior meal sites

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WARREN COUNTY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – A series of sites in Warren and Hamilton County that serve meals to senior citizens are having a hard time staying staffed.

Both counties are calling on the public to fill openings for cooks and meal site managers during the on and off months. There are openings in Queensbury, Lake Luzerne, Warrensburg, Chestertown and Indian Lake.

“We are going to do everything possible to safely keep these services intact for our seniors, but our meal sites are frankly in desperate need of additional staff to prepare and assist with the creation of the healthy and safe meals that are made daily and delivered to the seniors who we care very much about,” said Warren County Board of Supervisors Chairwoman Rachel Seeber.

The program serves as a lifeline for seniors in many outlying areas, including those who are homebound or live alone.

In addition to staffing problems, the main vendor that supplies food to the county meal sites has been impacted as well, suffering similar manpower problems, and has opted not to continue supplying food to Warren County sites, which has changed where locations operate.

A new vendor has been secured, but positions need to be filled as sites attempt to reopen.

Those interested can apply online at the Warren County website.

“We are asking our retirees, college students, individuals with a love for cooking or those who are looking for a part-time job with morning hours to please help us help our senior citizens and consider joining our team here in Warren County, said Seeber.

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Ticker: Stocks fall on Wall Street; Maine power victory

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Wall Street capped an up-and-down week of trading Friday with a broad sell-off that wiped out the major indexes’ gains for the week.

The S&P 500 lost 0.9% and posted its second straight weekly loss. Roughly 80% of the stocks in the benchmark index fell. Technology and communication companies accounted for much of the pullback. Industrial and financial stocks also were big drags on the index. Only the index’s health care sector managed a gain.

Small-company stocks bucked the overall market slide. Bond yields rose broadly. Energy prices fell.

Judge: Construction can continue on most of $1B corridor

PORTLAND, Maine — Construction on a 145-mile electricity transmission corridor in western Maine can continue while litigation proceeds over a 1-mile section that was leased by the state, a state Supreme Court justice ruled.

Another judge previously vacated a lease of public land to Central Maine Power for a 1-mile section, and critics asked the Supreme Judicial Court to halt all construction until it’s settled by the courts.

In a ruling dated Wednesday, Supreme Court Justice Joseph Jabar denied the motion by opponents of the $1 billion project and allowed construction to continue on all portions except for the leased section.

Wrangling continues over the New England Clean Energy Connect even though the project has been approved by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and others.

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