•   
  •   
  •   

Sport Lori Loughlin Through the Years: 'Full House,' College Scandal and More

18:08  28 july  2020
18:08  28 july  2020 Source:   msn.com

Chad Daybell, Charged in Hiding Bodies of 2 Children, Allegedly Thought The World Would End Today

  Chad Daybell, Charged in Hiding Bodies of 2 Children, Allegedly Thought The World Would End Today Daybell is charged for allegedly hiding the bodies of his new wife's young son and daughter: Joshua "JJ" Vallow and Tylee Ryan. The victims went missing last September and were discovered last month on Daybell's property.Today—July 22, 2020—is the day Idaho criminal defendant Chad Daybell allegedly believed the world would end.

Almost two years ago, the world grieved for an orca known as Tahlequah (labeled J35) — who carried her dead calf for 17 days and more than 1,000 miles. On Monday, scientists said that she is now pregnant again.

Tahlequah is among the endangered Southern Resident orca (often called "killer whale") population that frequents the Salish Sea — near British Colombia and Washington State. The current Southern Resident killer whale (SRKW) population is 72.

Rick Singer, mastermind behind college admissions scandal, was working on his own degree — until last week

  Rick Singer, mastermind behind college admissions scandal, was working on his own degree — until last week Rick Singer helped students into college through a "side door." After pleading guilty, he spent months working on a degree at Grand Canyon University.Rick Singer, the consultant at the center of the largest college admissions scandal in American history, had been enrolled at Arizona's Grand Canyon University since November 2019, according to GCU spokesperson Bob Romantic.

"With such a small population...every successful birth is hugely important for recovery," wrote Sealife Response, Rehabilitation and Research (SR3), in a Sunday press release confirming the identification of pregnant SRKWs through drone photos.

Start the day smarter. Get all the news you need in your inbox each morning.

While pregnancies aren't unusual, most are not successful. About two-thirds of all southern resident pregnancies are typically lost, researcher Sam Wasser of the Center for Conservation Biology at the University of Washington has found. Stress from hunger because of a lack of salmon is linked to the whales’ poor reproductive success, according to his research.

Report: SEC moving toward 10-game, conference-only schedule

  Report: SEC moving toward 10-game, conference-only schedule The move reportedly was approved by a majority of the conference’s athletic directors.While the Pac-12 and Big Ten announced earlier in the month that they were playing conference-only schedules for college football, the SEC and ACC said they would wait until later in the month to make decisions. The ACC announced on Wednesday it would be playing an 11-game schedule with 10 conference games.

a dog swimming in a body of water: A baby orca whale is being pushed by her mother after being born off the Canada coast near Victoria, British Columbia. Whale researchers are keeping close watch on an endangered orca that has spent the past week carrying and keeping her dead calf afloat in Pacific Northwest waters. The display has struck an emotional chord around the world and highlighted the plight of the declining population of southern resident killer whales that has not seen a successful birth since 2015. © Michael Weiss/Center for Whale Research via AP A baby orca whale is being pushed by her mother after being born off the Canada coast near Victoria, British Columbia. Whale researchers are keeping close watch on an endangered orca that has spent the past week carrying and keeping her dead calf afloat in Pacific Northwest waters. The display has struck an emotional chord around the world and highlighted the plight of the declining population of southern resident killer whales that has not seen a successful birth since 2015.

Several of the juveniles in the pods also are looking thin, Holly Fearnbach, marine mammal research director for SR3, said.

“There are stressed whales out there, critically stressed,” she said.

Both of Tahlequah's pregnancies have gathered attention. Although her 2018 calf died shortly after it was born, the baby was the first for the whales in three years.

Report: Big Ten might not play football this fall

  Report: Big Ten might not play football this fall There has been a lot of talk about starting the college football in the spring, and some conferences could opt to go that route. With all of the major conferences heading toward playing conference-only schedules, it’s possible for them to begin their seasons at different times. Schedules would also be shorter if schools drop non-conference games, which would allow teams to begin their seasons later.Subscribe to Yardbarker's Morning Bark, the most comprehensive newsletter in sports. Customize your email to get the latest news on your favorite sports, teams and schools. Emailed daily.

The southern residents have since had two more calves — both of which are still alive. But Tahlequah's new pregnancy carries special meaning for a region that grieved the death of her calf with her — during those 17 days two years ago.

In a 2018 Center for Whale Research press release about her dead newborn, a nearby resident recounted watching Tahlequah with other mourning orcas. “At sunset, a group of 5-6 females gathered at the mouth of the cove in a close, tight-knit circle, staying at the surface in a harmonious circular motion for nearly 2 hours...[After dark] they stayed directly centered in the moonbeam, even as it moved."

Especially as the new pregnancies move forward, Boaters should respect the whales’ space and give them the quiet they need, said Fearnbach and John Durban, senior scientist of Southall Environmental Associates. Whales use sound to hunt, and boat disturbance and underwater vessel noise is one of the three main threats to their survival, in addition to lack of adequate, available salmon and pollution. 

Bengals DT Josh Tupou opts out of 2020 season

  Bengals DT Josh Tupou opts out of 2020 season Tupou appeared in all 16 of the Bengals’ games last year, including seven starts. This year, the Bengals were counting on him to once again serve as a key rotation piece behind defensive tackles Geno Atkins and D.J. Reader. They’re looking thin without him, especially after releasing Ryan Glasgow earlier this week. Tupou was set to earn $2.133M in 2020. Now, that salary will be pushed into 2021 as his contract tolls. Tupou and Prince are the first Bengals players to opt out of the season. In total, 30-plus players have decided against playing, and many of those players are linemen.

Contributing: The Associated Press.

This article originally appeared on USA TODAY: This orca carried her dead calf for 17 days and 1,000 miles. Now, she's pregnant again

NHL has had zero positive COVID-19 tests since teams entered the bubble .
Just one day before players return to the ice for meaningful games, there is some good news from off the ice: There have been zero positive tests for COVID-19 since teams entered the bubble cities in Edmonton and Toronto last weekend. © Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports The NHL hasn't recorded any positive COVID-19 tests within the past week. Testing has ramped up over the past few days as Dreger notes that 1,500 tests are being conducted on a daily basis.  If that number seems high, it’s not just the players for each team who are being tested, but other team officials and executives are as well.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!