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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Bojan Bogdanovic tied his season high with 29 points and grabbed a key jump ball late to lift the Indiana Pacers over the Milwaukee Bucks 92 89 on Wednesday night.Milwaukee’s Khris Middleton stole Victor Oladipo’s pass with 10 seconds left and Indiana leading 90 89. He rushed to the basket, but Cory Joseph chased him down and got a hand on the basketball before Middleton could attempt a shot. The ball rolled out of bounds, and referees called a jump ball after video replay. Bogdanovic came down with the tip off the jump ball and added a pair of free throws with six seconds left.Thaddeus Young had 10 points and seven rebounds, and Oladipo finished with 14 points, five assists and five rebounds along with 10 turnovers.After Bogdanovic’s free throws, Milwaukee had a chance to tie it, but Giannis Antetokounmpo’s 3 pointer from the wing hit the front of the rim as time expired.The Pacers and Bucks got off to a slow, sloppy start. Indiana led 20 17 at the end of the first quarter. Both teams were playing on the second night of a back to back.Milwaukee took a 46 44 lead into halftime,
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Bombardier said the proposed move with Airbus SE, announced last October, is the only way to reassure Delta Air Lines, Inc. customers that they won face heavy duties.

is no returning to the status quo ante. full assembly line. Canadian government source said it would not be surprised if the USITC rules against Bombardier.

International trade lawyer Lawrence Herman expects the quasi judicial body will support the American manufacturer and that Ottawa will appeal to the World Trade Organization and through NAFTA under Chapter 19.

is a strong possibility that the commission will decide against Bombardier because there is a tendency in the current climate for all tribunals and agencies involved in trade to take protectionist decisions, he said in an interview.

The USITC is expected to decide Friday afternoon if Boeing suffered harm from the C Series and whether import duties totalling 292.21 per cent sanctioned by the Department of Commerce will be applied.

Bombardier needs to win support from three of four commissioners since Boeing wins on a tie vote.

Cameron Doerksen of National Bank Financial said the evidence suggests that Boeing suffered no harm.

we believe the odds are somewhat stacked against Bombardier, he wrote in a report. assembly plant, the whole trade dispute will be irrelevant. two aircraft manufacturers made their closing arguments in separate submissions that painted dramatically opposing pictures.

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absolutely no evidence of imports in the imminent future, the commission is prohibited by the Act from making an affirmative threat finding, it wrote.

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NASHVILLE, TN (WSMV) RELATED STORIES: Nashville mayor admits affair with security chief I Team: Did taxpayer money fund any part of Mayor Barry’s affair TBI to investigate Mayor BarryWhen Barry traveled to Greece in 2017, she stayed in avant garde style at the Pallas Athena hotel in Athens, and she wasn alone. Forrest stayed at the Pallas Athena during the same time, according to travel logs.The mayor schedule shows she flew to Greece to attend the Athens Democracy Forum. Her calendar shows she attended related events until Sept. 15.But after that date, documents show she and Forrest stayed in Athens for three nights with nothing on her Metro schedule.Even the agenda for the forum appeared thin, featuring a session for the weekend.you already found this, then I say we better all start asking questions, said Metro Councilman Steve Glover.Barry also traveled alone with Forrest to Kansas City, MO, in 2017.Her calendar dated Sept.She and Forrest spent two more nights in Kansas City before flying back to Nashville.the taxpayers been cheated? Simple as that, Glover said.The I Team reached out to the mayor’s office for comment Thursday morning about the details of both trips.On Saturday, spokesman Sean Braisted said Barry attended a private memorial for her son on Sept. 2, which is one of the days that appeared blank on her schedule.Max Barry died from a drug overdose last summer.”As for Kansas City, the Mayor stayed with her mother in Overland Park, Kansas and had a private memorial for her son Max with family on Saturday. Mayor Barry was raised in Kansas,” wrote Braisted in an e mail sent Saturday morning.Braisted said Sgt. Forrest stayed for the duration of the trip.”We are still gathering information and records on all of the trips,” said Braisted in response to inquiries about the trip to Athens.The News 4 I Team found Barry and Forrest traveled alone together on nine trips last year, costing the taxpayers more than $14,000.That total does not include trips possibly taken together during 2015 and 2016, which is information the mayor office has yet to release.Barry said at a news conference Wednesday that every trip she took with Forrest was for business.would have had the security detail with me as part of my mayor responsibilities regardless of who that person was, but I should not have had that affair, she said.But Glover, a frequent critic of Barry, has his doubts about why Nashville mayor would need overseas security at all.
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The longtime owner of a Post Falls auto body shop is believed to have drowned in Lake Coeur d’Alene on Saturday evening after he jumped from a boat at Stevens Point, just south of Tubbs Point, the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office said.

Gary Scott “Scotty” Shawver, 57, went into the water after an item that fell from the boat. He was not wearing a life jacket, the Sheriff’s Office said.

John R. His 1998 Ford Escape was eastbound near North Lynden Road when it crossed the centerline and struck a 2006 Peterbilt driven by John R. Marrow, 62, of Loon Lake, police said. Marrow was uninjured.

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A California man with a large swastika tattoo on his chest is facing a battery charge in North Idaho following a video posted on YouTube.

The Coeur d’Alene Press reports that police in Coeur d’Alene arrested 41 year old Gary Edwin Dixon, of Victorville, California, on Saturday after seeing the YouTube video posted on Wednesday.

Police say the video titled “Crazy guy at Texas Roadhouse” shows a shirtless Dixon raging at another man and his family in a parking lot as they leave a restaurant.

Dixon was booked into the Kootenai County Jail and released the same day on $300 bond. The jail roster lists Dixon as currently living in Post Falls.

Northern Idaho has a history of white supremacy groups but Dixon says he has no ties.

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The King County Sheriff’s Office says the hiker spent the night at the pass and was rescued by a sheriff’s rescue helicopter.

The Seattle Times reported the hiker was taken to Harborview Medical Center with unknown injuries.

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The man had been on the raft for nearly an hour when an agency helicopter hoisted him up around noon and transported him to a hospital. Petty Officer 3rd Class Katelyn Shearer said she didn’t know his condition, but he was able to walk into the facility.

The agency released a photo showing the 25 foot vessel engulfed in flames after its engine caught fire 3 miles north of Neah Bay. It was not yet known what caused the fire on the boat, which split in half and sank.
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Please continue to pray for Sydney and our entire family. May God grant eternal rest unto thee. We love you Sydney.”

Lincoln police and the FBI said at a news conference Tuesday morning that they believe a body found in an open area of rural Clay County, which is now closed off, is Loofe’s.

Officials said a confirmation of her identity will not be released until an autopsy is completed.

“On behalf of the FBI, we extend our deepest heartfelt condolences to Sydney’s parents, George and Susie, her brother and sister, her friends, and all that were fortunate enough to know her,” FBI Special Agent in Charge Randall Thysse said during the press briefing.

Lincoln Police Chief Jeff Bliemeister said it was a combination of interviews with “persons of interest” Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 23, and analysis of digital evidence that led investigators to Clay County.

Around 40 law enforcement officers were on the ground Tuesday, searching for evidence in an area south of Sutton, Bliemeister said.

“By their own statements on social media, we believe that Aubrey Trail and Bailey Boswell were two of the last people known to have been with Sydney prior to her disappearance,” Bliemeister said.

According to officials, there is evidence of foul play, but representatives at Tuesday’s news conference wouldn’t elaborate further.

Trail and Boswell are in the Saline County jail. Officials say they will continue to speak with Trail “as long as he is willing to do that.”

KETV NewsWatch 7 is reaching out to law enforcement, but no other details were immediately available.

The FBI and Lincoln police said two people are in custody Thursday who are believed to be involved in the disappearance of Sydney Loofe.

Aubrey Trail, 51, and Bailey Boswell, 23, are in custody and being questioned by officials.

Trail and Boswell were booked into jail in Taney County, Missouri, on Nov. 30, according to county records. Both people are being held without bond on a federal hold. Thursday

Trail made the comment during one of two new videos posted to social media overnight. The clips were posted to a Facebook page under the name of Bailey Boswell, who police are calling the second person of interest.

The FBI and Lincoln police held a press conference Thursday morning to discuss Sydney Loofe’s case during.

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New information was released regarding Trail Thursday morning.

Trail was initially charged on Sept. 1 with possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and habitual criminal.

Two months later according to court documents, a warrant was issued for Trail Nov. 21 and sealed eight days later. And ya’ know if we keep running maybe it’s going to look bad for ya’.”

Trail said he and Boswell want to clear their names and reiterated that they have cooperated with Lincoln police.

“I called on the 22nd. I call the investigators phone and left messages about four times,” Trail said in the video. “I called the Lincoln Police Department and dispatchers about eight times.”

Trail also said he did not kill Loofe.

23 year old Boswell also posted a 37 second video overnight. She shows her tattoos to prove her identity and stating she agreed with what Trail had posted in his video.

While Lincoln police have not elaborated on Trail and Boswell’s relationship with Loofe, Boswell stated in an original video posted on Wednesday that she went on her first date with Loofe on Nov. 14, the day before the 24 year old went missing.
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“We have no forgiveness for the person who has done this, but you are also someone’s child. I urge you to come forward and take responsibility for your actions.”

At about 1.40pm on Thursday (February 1) Sam’s body was found by a member of the public in a wooded area of Hinchingbrooke Country Park.

A post mortem was conducted Friday evening but no further details are available at this stage.

Police are conducting searches close to the scene and house to house enquiries in the area.

Detective Chief Inspector Adam Gallop said: “We believe this was a targeted attack that has sadly resulted in the death of a young man.

“We’re slowly piecing together Sam’s movements from 8pm onwards on Wednesday (January 31).

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Hours earlier, a nearly weeklong search had ended for the 38 year old Army veteran, husband and father, missing since he was flung overboard into the rough waves of Lake Okeechobee last Thursday during a fishing tournament.

Those who had gathered somberly loaded up gear and tied down boats to trailers. And moved out over the gravel for the long, sad trip home. Wednesday at C. Scott Driver Park in Okeechobee. It was the spot from where Nik, along with tournament fishing partner Bill Kisiah, had left Thursday morning. And the place to which they never returned.

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Llanos, who said he spent most of the past several days on the lake and had my phone glued to my face, said Wednesday he was by the number of people searching for Nik.

that knew Nik was out here, he said. were so many people. Because he was such a good person and kept good people around him. Even people that didn know him knew about him. They were involved. Another competitor in the tournament set up a money raising webpage for Kayler family on Sunday, with a goal of $15,000. In one day, it collected more than $20,000, and it was at more than $45,000 by midday Wednesday.

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struggles for me to think what they have to go through, Anthony Llanos said.

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On Dec. 7, William Mussack’s son got one of the last text messages he would ever receive from his father, who was disturbed by what happened after he received a back rub from his daughter in the home they shared.

“William described the feeling of being drugged and falling asleep in a recliner chair for 15 hours,” a portion of an arrest affidavit from Federal Heights Police reads. “He recalled taking a bite from a hamburger, and the hamburger was still on an end table with one bite taken out of it when he awoke.”

On Jan. 10, Mussack’s body was found encased in concrete in a crawlspace in his home. His daughter, 45 year old Dayna Jennings, was taken into custody that same day.

She’s since been charged with first degree murder after deliberation and tampering with a deceased human’s body, according to a news release from the 17th Judicial Attorney’s Office.

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Documents made public Tuesday afternoon by the Federal Heights Police Department detail the investigation into the disappearance of Mussack and how Jennings was linked to the 69 year old’s death through a series of inconsistencies, cell phone records and dumpsters spotted outside their home.

According to the eight page affidavit, Mussack’s friends and family stopped hearing from him on Dec. 9.

His brother reported him missing on Dec. 28 and said he wasn’t responding to any of his phone calls, the affidavit says.

Federal Heights Police say an officer went to Mussack’s home at 10022 Eliot Circle that night to check on him.

Jennings opened the door, according to the affidavit, and told police at the time that her father “doesn’t live here” and had lost his phone.

She told police she would contact her uncle and let him know what was going on, the affidavit says.

Mussack’s brother called police the next day and said he was still concerned he hadn’t heard from his brother in weeks. Mussack’s son told police the same thing.

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According to the affidavit, Federal Heights Police came back to Mussack’s home on Dec. 29. Jennings once again answered the door, and told them that her father had gone to the mountains with his girlfriend and didn’t bring his phone, the affidavit says.

Jennings let police come inside, according to the affidavit, and showed them the basement which she said was where he father slept.

Police found “a bed covered in women’s clothing. It appeared the room hadn’t been used for several weeks,” the affidavit says.

Jennings told police that the toilet overflowed, and police later said “the odor in the home was bad, smelling like sewage and something rotting,” according to the affidavit.

On Dec. 29, after weeks of silence, Mussack’s sister received a text from him that showed a photo of “land,” according to the affidavit. A search of phone’s location revealed it was from his own home. The last time the phone had “pinged” was Dec. 9 and then Dec. 19, according to the affidavit.

Also on Dec. 29, a Wells Fargo representative told investigators a $500 check had been written to Jennings from Mussack, the affidavit says. The signature on this check did not match Mussack’s, the representative told investigators.

During interviews with police, Mussack’s family, friends and girlfriend said it was very out of character for him to disappear and not respond to messages.

His girlfriend told police that he had agreed to go to a party with her on Dec. 9 but never showed up. His friend said he had agreed to cut firewood and watch the Denver Broncos with him on Dec. 10, but that Mussack stopped responding.

Jennings, according to the affidavit, said it was normal for him to disappear.

In a text to her brother, the affidavit says Jennings was complaining that her father was being abusive to her and couldn’t afford to make the house payment.

It was an assertion that, according to the affidavit, was out of character for Mussack, his friends and family told police.

Meanwhile, on Jan. 5, the affidavit says Jennings sent a friend of Mussack’s a text saying that her father “is in Arizona enjoying the sun.”

Earlier, friends and family of Mussack had noticed that Jennings had rented two dumpsters and appeared to be removing flooring and carpeting, the affidavit says.

During an interview with investigators, Jennings’ ex husband said her life was in a “downward spiral,” and that her massage business had abruptly closed in November 2017.
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President Donald Trump has agreed to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un by May to achieve denuclearization, South Korean National Security Advisor Chung Eui Yong said Thursday.

Commuters were facing delays Thursday morning as hundreds of flights were still grounded and more than a half million utility customers remained without power.

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