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Deadly Shooting In Tracy Lands 2 Arrests

TRACY (CBS13) – An investigation into the shooting death of a 38-year-old man on Sunday has resulted in two arrests, the Tracy Police Department announced. Mark Muldrow Jr., 29, and Kimberlee Snow, 32, both of Tracy, were both arrested on Wednesday. Authorities said both suspects were booked into the San Joaquin County Jail where they face charges of homicide while Snow faces an additional charge of being an accessory. Swipe to see both mugshots. snow mug Mugshot of Kimberlee Snow c...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Snow, Tracy, Homicide, Buick, San Joaquin County Jail, Fatal Shooting, Tracy News, Tracy Police Department, Mark Muldrow Jr, Kimberlee Snow, Kavanagh Avenue, San Rocco Court Authorities


The 1850s Map that Made Modern Epidemiology

In 1854, Dr. John Snow produced a map of a London cholera outbreak which showed deaths from the disease concentrated around a water pump on Broad Street. The prevailing view at the time was that cholera spread through dirty air, but Snow hypothesized that it was actually spread through water and constructed this early medical data visualization to help prove it. Through a mix of personal interviews, clever detective work, and data analysis that included tables and a famous map, Snow manag...
Tags: London, Snow, West End, John Snow, Jason Kottke, Broad Street, Steven Johnson, John Snow London


Polar vortex brings May snow and freeze warnings to New York and New England

Unseasonable blast felt from Maine to Manhattan Chill coincides with Vermont reopening to outdoor pursuitsMother’s Day weekend got off to an unseasonably snowy start in the US north-east on Saturday, thanks to the polar vortex bringing cold air down from the north.Some higher elevation areas in northern New York state and New England reported snowfall accumulations of up to 10in, while traces of snow were seen along the coast from Maine to Boston and as far south as Manhattan. Continue reading.....
Tags: New York, Boston, Massachusetts, Snow, World news, US news, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Manhattan, US weather, Vermont, New England, Manhattan Chill, US north east


"The ecologically minded smart city was supposed to replace neglected docklands and disused warehouses with a sea of wooden towers, protected by raincoats."

"Mechanised awnings would protect pedestrians from rain and snow during Toronto’s harsh winters, while traffic lights would optimise the flow of self-driving cars. A network of machines, including subterranean parcel delivery bots, and sensors tracking residents’ behaviour, would provide a blueprint for the connected cities of the future.... Only Toronto has welcomed Sidewalk Labs, making it a test bed for the company. Many residents baulked at the idea of surrendering control to Google, and tec...
Tags: Google, Technology, London, Law, Toronto, Snow, Architecture, Canada, Urban Planning, Rain, Ann Althouse


Snow’s avatar app Zepeto registers 150M users, eyes China market

Some of you may recall the South Korean app Zepeto that went viral among Gen Z users a year and a half ago. The app, which renders selfies into animated avatars and lets people adorn their computer-generated manifestations with virtual items, appears to have sustained its relevance. It has amassed 150 million registered users, the company told TechCrunch recently, although its number of monthly active users, which is a better metric to gauge an app’s performance, hovers around 10 million. China ...
Tags: Social, TC, Asia, Selfie, China, Disney, Snow, Tech, Nike, Instant Messaging, Avatar, Tencent, Vsco, TechCrunch, Naver, Lee


Enjoy this dynamite pan flute cover of Snow's "Informer"

Late last night, an unidentified clip of some free-spirited dude in Birk's playing a pan flute cover of Snow's "Informer" popped into my feed. Well, I had to know where it came from, I mean, what was its story? After a short Internet dig, I discovered that it's actually an ad. An ad for a rolled Doritos chile limon-flavored product called Dinamita, "Flavor you can hear." The pan flute itself? As you'll see it's made OF these Dinamitas! This is really a work of art and I hope you appreciate it...
Tags: Post, Video, News, Doritos, Snow, Nineties, Birk, Informer, Dinamita, Lick Your Boom Boom Down, Pan Flute


10 Women in Jazz Who Never Got Their Due

We’re often taught to think of jazz’s history as a cavalcade of great men and their bands, but from its beginnings the music was often in the hands of women. Listen to some of the greatest.
Tags: Hope, News, Snow, Austin, Jazz, Discrimination, Dorothy, Carlisle, Ginger, Gilbert, Bryant, Bertha, Armstrong, Lovie, Smock, Hipp


Alaska Automated Its Weather Stations and Created a Snow Data Disaster

Twice a day at National Weather Service Offices nationwide, personnel release weather balloons to measure atmospheric pressure, temperature, humidity and wind speed. In Nome, Alaska, Bob TenEyck or his partner would do that at 3 a.m., a few hours after measuring the snow depth and snowfall. For 112 years, these snow…Read more...
Tags: National Weather Service, Science, Snow, Data, Alaska, Climate Science, Nome Alaska, Bob TenEyck


More Than 1 Foot Of Snow Possible Above Lake Tahoe Tuesday-Wednesday

RENO, Nev. (AP) — More than a foot of snow is possible in the upper elevations above Lake Tahoe as a late winter storm makes its way into the Sierra. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for Lake Tahoe and mountains to the north effective from 4 p.m. Tuesday to 10 a.m. Wednesday. Five to 10 inches (12 to 25 cm) of snow is expected on Tahoe’s west shore with 10 to 15 inches (25 to 38 cm) possible near the ridge tops with winds gusting up to 45 mph (72 kph). ALSO: Chec...
Tags: Weather, News, California, Snow, Storm, Lake Tahoe, Tahoe, Sierra, Reno, RENO Nev AP, Pyramid Lake, Lake Tahoe News, Foot Of Snow Possible Above Lake Tahoe, Sierra The National Weather Service


"If facts are the seeds..."

Text: "If facts are the seeds that later produce knowledge and wisdom, then the emotions and the impressions of the senses are the fertile soil in which the seeds must grow." [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Signs, Ann Althouse


New snow.

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Ann Althouse


Life goes on...

[Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Buses, Ann Althouse


Robin in the snow.

This morning: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Birds, Robin, Ann Althouse


All Sierra Highways Seeing Chain Controls

TRUCKEE (CBS13) — A significant storm has dumped snow all across the Sierra on Monday – and made for some dangerous driving conditions. All major Sierra thoroughfares are seeing chain controls, while some have been closed for parts of the day. Below are the current chain controls (as of 2:49 p.m.): I-80 eastbound is R2 Kingvale to Truckee. I-80 westbound is R2 Truckee to Eagle Lakes. Trucks are Maximum. SR-89 is R2 Woodfords to Picketts Junction. R2 Picketts Junction to Tahoe City. R1 Tahoe City...
Tags: Weather, News, Local, Snow, Storm, Sierra, Sierra Nevada, Tahoe City, Truckee, Placerville, Kings Beach, Pine Grove, Chain Controls, Tahoe City R1 Tahoe City, Sierra County Line R1 Sierra County Line, Lardin Way R1 Lardin Way


Record Heat, Then Major Snowfall: Weekend Storm To Dump Several Feet In Sierra

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Several feet of snow is forecast for the Sierra this weekend. After record-high temperatures in the Sacramento area Thursday, the mountains will have low-elevation snow and significant amounts of it over the summit of the Sierra this weekend. Oh Mother Nature… you love to keep things interesting. Record high temps yesterday in Sacramento — the calm before the storm! FEET of snow forecast for the #Sierra tonight through early next week! https://t.co/qprOu8natl — Dina Kupfer ...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Snow, Sierra, Record Heat, Nevada County Sheriff s Office, Dina Kupfer


Weatherwatch: how a March blizzard took England by surprise

Politicians in 1970 hoped better computers would improve forecasting – and they haveHalf a century ago, on 4 March 1970, an unexpected blizzard dumped more than 25cm of snow across central and south-east England overnight. Temperatures hovered around freezing and the snow settled, closing roads and airports. Morning trains from the Midlands arrived in London eight hours late.The problem was the lack of warning. The Met Office did not start issuing snow alerts until the early hours, and most peop...
Tags: England, London, Snow, UK News, Met Office, UK Weather, Midlands


At the Snow-Melt Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Plants, Ann Althouse, Snow Melt Café


Suddenly, as I'm working at my desk, tweaking this morning's sunrise photograph, a beautiful snowstorm sweeps in.

We don't often get those picturesque big, fluffy flakes, and I'm delighted to see it all from my window. I would have loved to have it falling on me as I went out on my sunrise run, but the sun and I were too early for it: [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Trees, Snow, Sunrise, Lake Mendota, Tablescape, Ann Althouse


Catching the Ultimate Break at Brian Head Resort

“What can you tell me about skiing ?” my husband Jamie queried.  I chuckled at his optimism. “I can’t remember the ending to movies I’ve repeatedly watched...and you expect me to remember a resort I skied once...20 years ago?!” Turns out, I underestimated the impact this Southern Utah resort tucked away in Dixie National Forest had on me. It all came flooding back as I stood on the summit marveling at Cedar Breaks National Monument’s 3-mile-wide stratified limestone cliffs in crimson, beige a...
Tags: Utah, Germany, Snow, Sport, Ted, Austria, Canada, Skiing, Tink, Grand Canyon, Aspen, Jamie, Mark, Brandon, Hadley, NV


UK weather: snow and rain force closure of 250 schools in northern England

Yellow warnings for snow for most parts of Scotland as further flood warnings issuedMore than 250 schools have been closed across northern England due to heavy snow and rain as warnings of further flooding were issued.Across County Durham more than 150 schools, colleges, nurseries were shut on Monday due to inclement weather. In North Yorkshire, 52 schools either started late or remained shut until Tuesday, while in Cumbria 39 did not open. In Northumberland, 27 schools were closed and in Leeds,...
Tags: UK, England, Scotland, Environment, Snow, UK News, Natural disasters and extreme weather, Flooding, North Yorkshire, Leeds, UK Weather, Northumberland, Cumbria, Across County Durham


UK weather: snow threatens travel disruption as flood alerts continue

Snow falls across Scotland and northern Britain as further flood warnings issuedSnow and rain fell across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England on Monday morning as warnings of further flooding were issued.Commuters were advised to expect traffic disruption as the working week began. Continue reading...
Tags: UK, England, Scotland, Environment, Snow, UK News, Britain, Flooding, UK Weather, Scotland Northern Ireland


At the Lakescape Café...

... you can talk about whatever you want. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Biking, Lake Mendota, Ann Althouse, Lakescape Café


At The Owl Tree Café...

... you can talk about whatever you like... except the Democratic Party candidates and the Nevada caucus. Go to the previous post for that. The Owl Tree Café is a place for variety and unusualness.Here's this morning sunrise: Enjoy the conversation! [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Trees, Snow, Birds, Sunrise, Nevada, Democratic Party, Ann Althouse


Overlooked No More: Valaida Snow, Charismatic ‘Queen of the Trumpet’

She was not just a master musician, singer and dancer; she was also a teller of tall tales whose interviews could be as much a performance as her stage act.
Tags: News, Snow, Jazz, Black People, Women and Girls, Biographical Information, Valaida (1904-56


Islanders: Garth Snow’s Most Memorable Trades

In light of the 2019-20 NHL Trade Deadline only being a few days away, I decided to look back on some of Garth Snow’s most memorable trades from when he was general manager of the New York Islanders. While Snow certainly wasn’t liked by many – if any – Islanders fans, he did make some trades that helped shape the beloved team that remains today. Since there were so many trades made by Snow, I will only be showing the five most memorable. #5: Reinhart for a 2015 First and Second-Round Pick ...
Tags: Usa, Minnesota, Snow, Sport, Hockey, Edmonton, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Michael, Reinhart, Nilsson, Martin, Brad Penner, Edmonton Oilers, Islanders


At A's Café...

... you can talk 'til day. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Trees, Snow, Ann Althouse


At the Snowman Café...

... you can talk about anything. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Snow, Architecture, Snowman, Ann Althouse


At the New Snow Café...

... you can talk about whatever you like.And here's a little snow panorama (click and click again to enlarge): [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Law, Trees, Snow, Ann Althouse, New Snow Café


How to prepare for avalanches

In January of this year, a 34-year-old skier was killed inbounds at Lake Tahoe’s Squaw Alpine Resort, skiing a piste off of Alpine Meadows’s Scott Chair. That followed another avalanche that trapped eight skiers at Idaho’s Silver Mountain Ski Resort. Tragically, three of those skiers died. We already know that even more skiers and snowboarders are hitting up the backcountry — a reported 1.4 million two seasons ago, with continued exponential growth since then — and that they are putting thems...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, US, Snow, Idaho, Skiing, Snowboarding, Lake Tahoe, Avalanches, All, Alpine Meadows, Taos, Spayd, Aspen Highlands, Squaw Alpine Resort, Silver Mountain Ski Resort


Ski resort uses helicopter to bring in more snow

Over the weekend, the Luchon-Superbagnères ski resort in the French Pyrenees used a helicopter to bring in fresh snow to the slopes from higher elevations. The chopper dumped 50 tonnes of snow on the beginner and ski school slopes. From The Guardian: Hervé Pounau, the director of the local department council, said the cost of the operation would be recouped many times over by the business that would have been lost to a lack of snow. “It will cost us between €5,000 and €6,000, in th...
Tags: Video, News, Sports, Snow, Skiing, Slopes, Luchon, Hervé Pounau, Pounau, Bastien Ho, Europe Écologie Les Verts