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Naval nuclear engineer, wife arrested on espionage charges previously taught school in Denver

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Naval nuclear engineer, wife arrested on espionage charges previously taught school in Denver

A Naval nuclear engineer and his wife who were arrested Saturday on federal espionage charges worked as teachers in the Denver area in the mid-2000s.

Jonathan Toebbe taught at Kent Denver between 2005 and 2008, and his wife, Diana Toebbe, taught at the school from 2005 to 2012, according to an email from Lisa Mortell, a school spokeswoman. Jonathan Toebbe’s profile on LinkedIn, a professional networking website, said he taught physics at the school. Mortell declined to say what subjects Diana Toebbe taught.

Jonathan Toebbe also earned a master’s degree in nuclear engineering at Colorado School of Mines, which he attended between 2008 and 2012, according to his LinkedIn profile.

Jonathan Toebbe, 42, is accused of selling restricted data about the design of nuclear-powered warships to an FBI agent, whom he believed was a representative of a foreign power. Diana Toebbe, 45, is accused of aiding her husband in the illegal transaction, according to a news release from the U.S. Department of Justice.

Jonathan Toebbe worked as a nuclear engineer at the U.S. Department of the Navy’s Nuclear Propulsion Program. He held an active national security clearance through the U.S. Department of Defense, giving him access to classified information about naval nuclear propulsion and military design elements, the news release said.

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Lambert Airport gearing up for large crowds as travelers head home after the holiday

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Lambert Airport gearing up for large crowds as travelers head home after the holiday

ST. LOUIS – Airline passengers are headed home Sunday after the Thanksgiving holiday, which is traditionally known as the “busiest travel day of the year”.

It’s estimated that 40 to 45-thousand people will be walking through the gates at Lambert International Airport.

The Transportation Security Administration screened nearly 2.3 million people on Wednesday, marking the busiest day since March 2020, just before the pandemic began.

In 2019, 2.6 million were screened the day before Thanksgiving. So today brings some sense of normalcy this holiday weekend, even if that includes all that traffic we’ve come to expect this time of year.

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Billikens beat Duke 4-3, move into NCAA Soccer quarterfinals

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Billikens beat Duke 4-3, move into NCAA Soccer quarterfinals

The Billikens men’s soccer team continues it’s undefeated season. They went down to Durham, North Carolina and beat Duke 4-3 in the NCAA Soccer Tournament. The win moves SLU, the 10th seed in the tournament into the quarterfinals. The Billikens built a 3-1 lead on goals by Mason Leeth, John Klein and Simon Becher. Duke responded with two goals in a little over three minutes in the second half to tie the match at 3-3. But in the 79th minute, the Billikens scored an own goal off a corner kick to retake the lead at 4-3 and that’s how it ended.

With the victory SLU advances to the NCAA Tournament quarterfinals. They will play the #2 seed Washington either next Saturday, December 4 or Sunday, December 5.

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List of inactive players for NFL games in Week 12

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List of inactive players for NFL games in Week 10

TENNESSEE AT NEW ENGLAND

Titans: RB Jeremy McNichols (concussion); CB Greg Mabin (ankle); LB David Long Jr.; LB Rashaan Evans (ankle); G Nate Davis (concussion); OLB Ola Adeniyi (hamstring); DL Teair Tart (ankle).

Patriots: LB Ronnie Perkins; RB J.J. Taylor; QB Jarrett Stidham; TE Devin Asiasi; G Yasir Durant.

TAMPA BAY AT INDIANAPOLIS

Buccaneers: QB Kyle Trask; RB Ke’Shawn Vaughn; S Andrew Adams; LG Ali Marpet (abdomen); WR Antonio Brown (ankle).

Colts: WR Mike Strachan; RB Marlon Mack; DE Ben Banogu; OT Julie’n Davenport; OL Will Fries.

PHILADELPHIA AT NEW YORK GIANTS

Eagles: RB Jordan Howard (knee); CB Tay Gowan (quad); QB Reid Sinnett; DB Kary Vincent; CB Wes McCain; DT Marlon Tuipolatu.

Giants: WR Sterling Shepard (quad); WR Kadarius Toney (quad); TE Kaden Smith (knee); FB Cullen Gillaspia (quad); TE Kyle Rudolph (ankle); OL Wes Martin.

ATLANTA AT JACKSONVILLE

Falcons: CB Kendall Sheffield (hamstring); LB Deion Jones; DL John Cominsky; DL Mike Pennel; DL Jonathan Bullard (ankle).

Jaguars: CB Shaquill Griffin (concussion); LB Dakota Allen (shoulder); OL KC McDermott; TE Jacob Hollister; TE Luke Farrell; DE/OLB Jordan Smith.

NEW YORK JETS AT HOUSTON

Jets: WR Corey Davis (groin); RB La’Mical Perine; CB Rachad Wildgoose; DL Jonathan Marshall; DL Tim Ward; S Jarrod Wilson; OL Isaiah Williams.

Texans: QB Deshaun Watson; QB Jeff Driskel; DB Cre’Von LeBlanc; WR Davion Davis (illness); TE Jordan Akins.

CAROLINA AT MIAMI

Panthers: WR Terrace Marshall Jr.; G John Miller; QB Matt Barkley; S Kenny Robinson; CB Rashaan Melvin; LB Kamal Martin; TE Colin Thompson.

Dolphins: CB Trill Williams; S Brandon Jones; S Will Parks; LB Darius Hodge; TE Adam Shaheen; NT John Jenkins.

PITTSBURGH AT CINCINNATI

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