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Tips for Grabbing Food on Busy Days at Magic Kingdom

first_imgShare This!Whether your trip to Magic Kingdom brings you there on the 4th of July, New Year’s Eve, or just a typically busy day, one thing is for certain–spending the day in Magic Kingdom can make you hungry. On busy days, you can find yourself standing in lines for food that are almost as long as those for attractions. Here’s some tips to help you get the food you want without spending extra time in line.1. Eat at off-peak times.©DisneyIf noon is lunchtime for you, and 6 p.m. is your ideal dinnertime, don’t be surprised that a few thousand of your closest friends are also trying to eat at that same time. You can save yourself considerable time by opting to eat early or late compared to “normal” dining times. Even something as simple as grabbing lunch at 11 a.m. or holding off until 1:30 p.m. can cause those lines to shrink significantly.2. Keep checking the app for sit-down reservations.On busy days, odds are good that Magic Kingdom will not have times available for sit-down restaurants a few days before your trip, but as you get right up to the cancellation window for reservations, availability can pop up, even at hard-to-get options. (Case in point, at 8:30 a.m. on July 3, I was able to spot breakfast at Be Our Guest for July 4 for a party of 4.)  It is also possible that if Disney sees that restaurants have capacity that isn’t being used, they can add dining reservations to the mix throughout the day, even if they have instituted a no-walk-up policy for that day. Keep checking the app for reservations, and also both check the “Breakfast”, “Lunch”, and “Dinner” options as well as looking at specific times–in some cases, I’ve not been able to find a “Lunch” reservation, but checking for a meal at 11:30 brings up an 11:35 a.m. one because of the way the system seems to define meal hours.3. Utilize Mobile Ordering whenever possible.Not all quick service restaurants offer Mobile Ordering, but it is always worth a look before you get in line. Through Mobile Ordering, you’re able to place your order right away and then immediately check in to have that order made. This can be a huge time-saver and also makes sure that everyone in your party figures out what they want to eat and then grabs a table while you pick up the food instead of waiting until you get the food to start looking for a table.4. Consider a trip to the Resorts.Unless you’re at the park on an ultra-busy day where there’s the potential for phased closures that might make it more difficult to get back in, leaving the park for a meal can be a wonderful way not only to get food, but to cool off in the heat of the day. Bus service to resorts can open up a world of dining opportunities–from food courts at value and moderate resorts that are usually empty in the middle of the day, to lesser-known table service restaurants. Don’t want to take a bus? Monorail or boat service to the Grand Floridian and Polynesian bring with it some options, and you can always take the short walk over to the Contemporary.5. Buy snacks early. If you know that you’ll want certain snacks during the day, try buying your snacks early instead of waiting until mid-afternoon when everyone’s got a case of the snack attacks going on. Buying popcorn at 1 p.m. for the afternoon parade at 3 p.m. or at 6 p.m. for the 9 p.m. fireworks can save time, and a bucket of popcorn will still be as good a couple hours later. Lines at the Main Street confectionary are fairly short in the morning, but increase as the day goes on, so buying snacks early can save you some time.What are your best tricks for saving time when it comes to getting food? Let us know in the comments.last_img read more

P.T. Usha: ‘Her burning ambition is to get an Olympic medal’

first_imgP.T. Usha’s parents in front of their house in PayyoliThe gloom that pervaded the whole country last fortnight was felt most palpably at Payyoli, a small village 40 km north of the trading town of Calicut in Kerala.Outside a textile shop sat a stricken E.P.M. Paithal with dozens of villagers,P.T. Usha’s parents in front of their house in PayyoliThe gloom that pervaded the whole country last fortnight was felt most palpably at Payyoli, a small village 40 km north of the trading town of Calicut in Kerala.Outside a textile shop sat a stricken E.P.M. Paithal with dozens of villagers trying vainly to comfort him. Paithal was not exactly grieved. He was just confused. He did not know whether to celebrate or grieve at the news he had just received.Even if it was the best an Indian woman ever achieved in the field of sport, a fourth position at the Olympics was not going to satisfy the father of Pilavullakandi Thekeparampil Usha, the 5’7 (169 cm) hurdle queen who has made it a habit of treating all athletic records with disdain. Said Paithal in a choked voice: “We expected her to win at least a bronze. It was a case of so near and yet so far.”At the Thrikottur school where Usha studied and began her athletic career, youngsters now run around pretending to be Usha who had become a legend for them much before she hit the world headlines last fortnight.And in the school it is impossible to miss the proud face of physical training instructor Balakrishnan Nair, who claims the credit for having first spotted Usha in a school tournament when she was just nine.He later sent her to the Cannanore Sports School in 1977 and Usha never looked back. When she was only nine and in fourth standard, he recalls nostalgically, she defeated a 14-year-old girl to win the 100 metres. And since then there has been no stopping her.”advertisementP.T. Usha and coach O.M. Nambiar: Perfect understandingAt Cannanore, came the turning point in Usha’s career when she met coach Nambiar. It was the beginning of a long and fruitful relationship, the kind seldom seen in the world of Indian sport, even leading the US press to make wild speculation about the live-in twosome.Nambiar, however, says he treats Usha like his fifth child. Says her father Paithal: “It is like a father-daughter relationship.” Nambiar lives 5 km away, across the river. Every morning at 5.30 as soon as she heard the sound of Nambiar’s motorcycle Usha would race to the high school ground or to the beach after just a cup of black coffee.She would come back after two hours, thoroughly exhausted and would lie flat on the cement floor. Nambiar is looked upon with respect and awe by the whole family. Says sister Pushpa: “Nambiar sir is very firm on daily exercises as he says that this will give Usha enough stamina and strength for the final burst in any kind of race.”A clerk at the Calicut railway station, Usha lives in a modest house, called Pradeepalayam with two, telltale models of Appu hanging in the verandah outside. For the family, belonging to a poor weavers’ community, Usha’s success has been nothing short of dazzling.Said her mother Lakshmi Amma who spent long nights praying to Lord Krishna of Guruvayoor for her victory: “I am sure at the Seoul Olympics in 1988 Lord Krishna will bless her with a medal.”She points proudly at the showcase full of medals and. trophies and also the family’s prized possession: a framed photograph of an 11-year-old Usha, a skinny lass in a white vest, holding the first cup she won at an inter-school meet. She adds: The only thing missing here is an Olympic medal.”Always game for the most exacting training schedules, Usha has consistently subjected her body to physical hardship. The gain is there on her success graph for anyone to see. Beginning with some sensational sprinting in the under-sixteen category, she bagged the 100 and 200 metres sprint golds at Bangalore in 1981.Recalls veteran coach A.B. Krishnaswamy: “She came off the starting blocks to a perfect start and it appeared as if she had come out of the starter’s pistol.” She posted recorded time for both sprints: 11.8 and 24.7 seconds.But the strain of her back-breaking training regimen soon put her out of action with puzzling illness in which her heart valves seemed to be blocked. For a while it looked like the end of the track.But after three months of rest and a fitness certificate from eminent cardiologist Dr Valiyathan, Usha returned to the track in January 1982. She failed to improve her earlier timings. But that was still good enough to put her on the victory stand before her home crowds at the Calicut national meet.advertisementDisappointments followed at the Asiad, when Usha had to be content with two silvers, losing out to Filipino pop star Lydia de Vega in 100 metres and Hiromi Isozaki in 200 metres. Undaunted, Nambiar now decided his ward was more suited for 400 metres.Said he: “Systematic weight training has strengthened her knees, helping her to acquire a higher knee action. With a better stride she has a future in 400 metres.”He was proved right as, at the subsequent nationals at Jamshedpur in September 1983, Usha rewrote not only the 100 and 200, but also the 400 metres record. She followed it up with the 400 metres gold at the Asian track and field championship in Kuwait.Nambiar now decided that he could exploit Usha’s talent better in the 400 metres hurdles. Many sport scribes had dismissed him as “a wild dreamer” when he first stated that she could reach the Los Angeles Finals in the event.But Nambiar proved he was on the right track as, at the Sebastian Coe-Steve Ovett like competition at Bombay, Usha won the battle of the hurdles, clocking 58.5 seconds. Valsamma’s Asiad record of 58.48 still remained unchanged.It did not last very long. Usha went from stride to stride, returning a remarkable 55.7 at the Olympic trials, placing her firmly among medal prospects and her record of the four races she ran in Los Angeles speaks for itself – 55.88 on July 25 at trials before the games began; 56.84 in the first heat; 55.54 to win the semi-finals and 55.42 at the finals.International athletics experts feel that with good training and a bit of luck, a consistently improving athlete like Usha can hope to reach somewhere near the world mark of 54.2 in a year or so.The rise of Usha is also part of a growing Kerala presence on the Indian sports horizon. Usha, Valsamma and Shiny Abraham join a long, imposing list of athletics champions from Kerala that begins with T.C. Yohannan and Suresh Babu.The Government encourages sportsmen to the extent of awarding them grace marks in examinations. The Christian educational institutions also lay great stress on sports. In the Government, there are jobs aplenty for sportsmen.Says T.V. Madhusoodanan, inspector general of police: “Namakuzhi High School near Kottayam had the best women’s volleyball team in the state. But none of the girls passed in examinations. So we employed all of them as constables.”The Kerala Government also gave fat cash awards to all medal winners from the state at the Asiad. The system of incentives has worked well and largely accounts for the state’s domination over the rest of the country in the field of sport.For the moment, it seems, all other stars have faded in comparison with Usha. At Payyoli, everyone anxiously awaits her arrival, particularly her family which expects her to bring home a colour TV so they can watch her exploits at Seoul.Says Lakshmi Amma: “Her burning ambition is to get an Olympic medal. So there is no question of marriage for her till she gets one at Seoul.” For the self-effacing, skinny country lass who has left a series of glorious footprints from the lonely beach in her village to the tartan track at the Los Angeles coliseum, that should be a tempting addition to an already burgeoning bag of incentives.advertisementlast_img read more

21 days ago​Burnley boss Dyche finds Rodriguez to Inter Milan rumours laughable

first_img​Burnley boss Dyche finds Rodriguez to Inter Milan rumours laughableby Freddie Taylor21 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveBurnley boss Sean Dyche does not understand the rumours linking Jay Rodriguez with a move to Inter Milan.Rodriguez has been linked with a move to Antonio Conte’s Inter in the press, despite the Italian outfit being top of Serie A.And Dyche, who has not given Rodriguez a Premier League start all season, found the rumours very amusing.Dyche told reporters: “Someone mentioned it to me.”In my time here, I’ve heard some weird and wonderful things and I think that’s certainly in my top 10 and probably in my top five for oddness.”He’s just re-joined the club for one. I don’t know where that one has come from.”Not to my knowledge [has he started learning Italian], you never know, but I don’t think so.” About the authorFreddie TaylorShare the loveHave your saylast_img read more

Moroccan tears down Algerian flag from consulate

first_imgMWN with AFP – RABAT – A young Moroccan tore down the Algerian flag from the roof of that country’s consulate in the city of Casablanca during a protest Friday over disputed Western Sahara, police said.A video widely circulated on Internet sites in Morocco shows the man climbing the walls of the building to reach the flag.A police official told AFP the man, a member of a group called “Royalist Youth”, was arrested and would appear before a judge. Dozens of people had gathered outside the consulate in Morocco’s economic capital to protest over comments by Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Western Sahara.In a speech read out in Bouteflika’s name at a meeting in Abuja, he said an international mechanism to monitor human rights in Western Sahara was needed “more than ever.”Bouteflika referred to “massive and systematic human rights violations that take place inside the occupied territories to suppress the peaceful struggle” of the Sahrawi people.Rabat in protest recalled its ambassador to Algiers.The spat is the latest between the North African neighbours whose decades-old rivalry centres on the disputed territorysince 1975.In April 2007, Rabat proposed broad autonomy for the Sahara under its sovereignty.This is rejected by the pro-independence Polisario Front, who are based in the western Algerian city of Tindouf and fought Moroccan troops for a decade and half until the United Nations negotiated a ceasefire in 1991.last_img read more

HallOfFame Careers That Cooperstown Never Gave The Time Of Day

*JAWS measures a player’s Hall of Fame qualification using a combination of his career and seven-year peak wins above replacement.Sources:, FanGraphs, Lahman DB RPTom Gordon29.313.820150.4 OFJim Wynn48.444.919830.0 POS.PLAYERJAWS*HOF %YEAR ON BALLOTVOTE % 1BTony Perez47.230.89200077.2 HOF LIKELIHOOD …ACTUAL BALLOT RESULTS CTed Simmons44.253.1%19943.7 POS.PLAYERJAWS*HOF %YRS ON BALLOTYR ELECTEDVOTE % OFJim Rice44.126.615200976.4 OFKenny Lofton56.771.720133.2 3BDick Allen53.243.119833.7 Based on the historical relationship between an MLB team’s total JAWS from its starters (at the positions listed above) and its record, our team of snubs would figure to win about 100 games in a typical season, depending on how close the players were to their primes. By comparison, the lowest-probability team of actual Hall members voted in over the same span would figure to win 96 or so games in an average season: 2BRoberto Alomar53.970.42201190.0 3BPaul Molitor55.938.31200485.2 *JAWS measures a player’s Hall of Fame qualification using a combination of his career and seven-year peak wins above replacement.Sources:, FanGraphs, Lahman DB SSJim Fregosi42.938.319841.0 OFJim Edmonds53.964.120162.5 1BJohn Olerud49.440.420110.7 2BBobby Grich60.488.819922.6 The Hall of Fame’s Anti-One-and-Done teamFor each position, the player who had the lowest likelihood of making the Hall of Fame (based on JAWS) among players who were actually inducted (1979-2017) SPCatfish Hunter34.55.53198776.3 SPRick Reuschel54.852.219970.4 SSLuis Aparicio42.224.56198484.6 The Hall of Fame’s All-One-and-Done teamFor each position, the player who had the highest likelihood of making the Hall of Fame (based on JAWS) among players who dropped off the ballot after only one year (1979-2017) CCarlton Fisk54.080.6%2200079.6 At long last, Tim Raines will officially be a Hall of Famer. The longtime Montreal Expos outfielder was voted into the Hall last winter in his 10th (and final) year on the ballot, after years of lobbying by media members and analysts who emphasized Raines’s advanced stats, rather than his more modest traditional ones. Raines’s induction this Sunday has been hailed as monumental in the effort to populate Cooperstown with more sabermetrically accomplished ballplayers.It’s too bad, though, that so many qualified candidates have already been passed over — and some only lasted a year on the ballot. Take, for instance, former Cleveland Indians center fielder Kenny Lofton, a player with a comparable résumé to Raines. Out of the 569 ballots cast for the Hall in 2013, only 18 (3.2 percent) carried Lofton’s name, causing him to drop off of the Baseball Writers’ Association of America’s (BBWAA) ballot forever. (Players named on at least 75 percent of ballots are elected to the Hall; those named on fewer than 5 percent fall off the ballot.)According to JAWS,1Or the “Jaffe WAR Score system” — so named for its creator, sabermetrician Jay Jaffe. a system that measures Hall of Fame worthiness using wins above replacement,2In this case, I calculated my own version of JAWS using an average of the WAR numbers provided by and FanGraphs. Lofton is the eighth-best Hall-eligible center fielder in modern3Since 1901. baseball history, checking in slightly behind HOF member Duke Snider and slightly ahead of two other members, Andre Dawson and Richie Ashburn. A regression I ran using JAWS4Specifically, I ran a logistic regression between a player’s JAWS components (his career and peak seven-year WAR) and his HOF status, with dummy variables for each position (some positions have a higher or lower JAWS threshold than others). thinks a player of Lofton’s caliber should make the Hall about 72 percent of the time. Instead, he fell off the ballot after just one appearance — a farcical outcome for one of the most electrifying players in the game’s history.And Lofton isn’t even the most egregious one-and-done snub since 1979, when the policy of dropping players with fewer than 5 percent of the vote was enacted. You could build an entire All-Star team of players whose numbers seem Hall-worthy but got booted off the ballot after just one try.There’s longtime California Angels second baseman Bobby Grich, whose JAWS numbers suggest an 89 percent Hall probability. Yet Grich somehow received only 11 votes (2.6 percent) in 1992. Then there’s recently retired center fielder Jim Edmonds (64 percent), whose career was roughly as good as Ashburn’s by JAWS, despite what all but 11 voters thought in 2016. Even the less-probable members of the All-One-and-Done Team were borderline cases, such as catcher Ted Simmons (53 percent), pitcher Rick Reuschel (52 percent) and outfielder Jimmy Wynn (45 percent).Like Raines and Lofton, these players were overlooked because they fell well short of Cooperstown’s traditional stat benchmarks. Reuschel didn’t win 300 games.5He won 214. Edmonds didn’t hit 500 home runs.6 He hit 393. But through the lens of sabermetrics, each player’s Hall candidacy has taken on more legitimacy — albeit far too late. Even with advanced metrics, you can make an argument for why each player shouldn’t be in the Hall, but it’s still tough to justify how they couldn’t even stay on the ballot longer than a year.According to my JAWS-based HOF probability metric, here’s the All-One-and-Done roster:7I excluded third baseman Ron Santo, who was later inducted via the Veteran’s Committee, as well as pitcher Kevin Brown, whose exclusion from the Hall can be explained by being listed on the Mitchell Report for the use of performance-enhancing drugs. OFLou Brock37.59.31198579.7 OFKirby Puckett43.323.91200182.1 RPBruce Sutter22.66.713200676.9 HOF LIKELIHOOD …ACTUAL BALLOT RESULTS Not every player on the team above is worse than his counterpart on the One-and-Done All-Stars. (For instance, Carlton Fisk, the “worst” catcher inducted, was far superior to Simmons.) But most were — and as a result, our team of one-and-done candidates would be favored to beat those Hall of Famers about 52 percent of the time at a neutral field.8According to Bill James’s log5 method of comparing two team’s winning percentages. Based on JAWS, even the second-most unlikely team of inducted Hall of Famers9C Ivan Rodriguez1B Harmon Killebrew2B Craig BiggioSS Ozzie Smith3B Brooks RobinsonOF Dave WinfieldOF Willie StargellOF Billy WilliamsSP Don DrysdaleRP Rollie Fingers is only roughly as good as our All-One-and-Done team, with each clocking in around 100-win talent in a typical season. (That second team is extremely star-studded, and in many cases also beloved by a single team’s fan base, which offers clues into what helps generate Hall of Fame traction — or, in the case of Lofton, who played for 11 teams in his career, helps take it away.)Unfortunately for the Kenny Loftons of the world, there’s little precedent for a player eventually making the Hall through the Veteran’s Committee after going one-and-done in the BBWAA ballot. Longtime Cubs third baseman Ron Santo is the only player since 1979 to pull off the feat, finally receiving a posthumous election in 2011 after years of lobbying from more sabermetrically inclined analysts (and an army of Chicago fans).Perhaps Lofton & Co. will get to tell their own redemption tales at the Hall of Fame podium someday. But for now, remember that even as Raines take his place among baseball’s greatest stars this weekend, there are plenty of other deserving players whose candidacies were dashed in the shadows of the ballot after barely getting a chance. read more

OSU mens soccer set to take on IPFW in exhibition match

Then-sophomore defender Zach Dobey battles for space during a game against Indiana Sept. 23, 2012 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU lost, 2-0.The Ohio State men’s soccer team will host Indiana University-Purdue University at Fort Wayne Tuesday at 7 p.m. for the team’s second preseason exhibition match of the season. The match will be played at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.The Buckeyes will look to capture their first victory of the preseason, after falling 1-0 to West Virginia in the team’s first match on Sunday. The lone goal of the match came in the 75th minute when Mountaineer junior forward Andy Bevin scored off of a free kick just outside of the penalty area. The Mountaineers outshot the Buckeyes 14-6 and junior goalkeeper Alex Ivanov was the only Buckeye to play the full 90 minutes and registered three saves. A total of 17 players participated in the game for OSU, including eight that made their debut for the team.Last season, OSU managed a 6-10-3 record on the year, but failed to win a single conference game going 0-4-2 in the Big Ten. The Buckeyes lose their top two goal scorers, including Chris Hegngi who was selected by the Portland Timbers in the MLS Supplemental Draft. The team ended the year on a sour note, falling to No. 2 seed Northwestern in the quarterfinals of the Big Ten tournament 2-0.The Buckeyes will be playing against a Mastodon squad that went 4-15-1 last season and is returning five of its top six goal scorers. IPFW will be hoping to build off of the momentum from late last season when they won four of their last six matches to become the final team to advance to the Summit League Tournament. The Mastodons were defeated by a score of 5-1 in the first round of the tournament by top-seeded Oakland.The Buckeyes are scheduled to finish their preseason slate in South Bend, Ind., with a match against Notre Dame Aug. 26, and will open their regular season with back-to-back matches at home Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 against UNC-Wilmington and Northern Illinois, in the Wolstein Classic.This article has been revised to reflect the following correction:Correction: Aug. 20, 2013An earlier version of this story stated men’s soccer would play at Tulsa Sept. 6 in their regular season opener. read more

Buffon gives Mbappé some solid advice

first_imgThe Italian legend says the French footballer “should stay humble and hungry” to become the best in the worldKylian Mbappé is living the best days of his life.The 19-years-old became the second teenager to score in a World Cup final last month as he was crowned champion with France.Only Brazilian football legend Pelé has done that.But to stay with his feet on Earth, Mbappé has been given solid advice from non-other than Italian superstar Gianluigi Buffon.PSG, Neymar, Ligue 1PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.The Paris Saint-Germain goalkeeper knows what fame is and how to avoid falling into its traps.“It’s obvious [Mbappe] has something more than others. I hope he will remain humble and keep this desire to progress and make sacrifices,” he told PSG’s official club magazine according to“If so, he will make a mark in the history of football and write incredible pages of the sport,” he added.The French star returned to training with PSG on Monday and could line up alongside Buffon for the first time on Sunday when his club plays Caen.last_img read more

Marijuana busts in Nassau Eleuthera

first_imgFacebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppBahamas, March 31, 2017 – Nassau – Some drug busts have taken marijuana off the streets on two islands, New Providence and Eleuthera.  Police say they got a pillow case of marijuana on Gun Hill road, Nassau yesterday around noon; it appears no one was around for that discovery and so no one was arrested.In another case in Russell Island, Eleuthera, police gave chase to a man who broke into a run after acting suspiciously upon seeing the Police officers who were on mobile patrol.  That man allegedly dropped the bag he was holding and it was found to have had two pounds of marijuana.  No suspect was caught.On Briland, also on Thursday around 6pm on Barrack Street, marijuana again found already allegedly packaged in 26 foil wraps.  A man was taken into custody for that illicit find.#MagneticMediaNews#drugbustsinNassauandEleuthera#marijuanaoffstreetsinNassauandEleathera Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Related Items:#drugbustsinNassauandEleuthera, #magneticmedianews, #marijuanaoffstreetsinNassauandEleatheralast_img read more

San Diego startup completes first electronic Will

first_img Posted: February 21, 2019 San Diego startup completes first electronic Will Categories: Good Morning San Diego, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter KUSI Newsroom, February 21, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A San Diego startup, Trust and Will announced that they have closed on a combined $2 million in funding to process legal guardians, wills and trusts digitally.Recently the startup partnered with Boston-based Notarize to execute the first digital will for Cory McCormick, a police officer in Nevada. Currently Nevada is the only state that allows for digital wills, although the legal community is increasingly exploring whether computers are here to stay.For more information click here. KUSI Newsroom last_img read more

Tony Hawk surprised local North County skateboarders

first_img SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Tony Hawk was in Encinitas and Oceanside encouraging skaters to “do a kickflip.” If they did they earned some awesome swag from the famous skater Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Tony Hawk surprised local North County skateboarders Posted: March 30, 2019 March 30, 2019 KUSI Newsroom KUSI Newsroom, last_img