The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced that Salvadoran Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) ‘marero’ (gang member) Edwin Ernesto Rivera, accused of murder and allegedly hiding in El Salvador, has been included on its 10 most wanted list on March 14. Rivera, who is between the ages of 29 and 33, is accused of having stabbed a 69-year-old man to death in Denver, Colorado, in August 2011, before escaping to Los Angeles, from where the FBI believes he might have fled back to his country of origin. “We request collaboration from the media and the public to arrest this dangerous fugitive,” the FBI report said, offering a $100,000 reward for his capture. By Dialogo March 18, 2013
49SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,John Pettit John Pettit is the Managing Editor for CUInsight.com. John manages the content on the site, including current news, editorial, press releases, jobs and events. He keeps the credit union … Web: www.cuinsight.com Details Trim the fat: Is a particular employee dragging everyone in the office down? Sometimes one person can kill the collective mood. If a negative employee is too much for the office to handle, it may be a signal that it’s time to make a change. Keep your eye out for the source of the negativity on your team.Get outside: We’ve all experienced cabin fever. It’s a strange, depressed state that makes time slow down. While not as harsh, being cooped up for a few hours on a Monday can be similar. Find time to get out and stretch your legs and refresh yourself. Your mood will thank you later.Set small goals: If you challenge yourself daily, you’ll be more focused on the task at hand. Small goals will keep you focused and feeling accomplished, while helping you complete those big goals that you’re going after.Do some good: Helping others is always good for increasing your positivity. When you stop thinking about yourself and start thinking of other people, you’ll notice an improvement in your outlook. Find ways your team can do good together and watch the positive vibe in your office go through the roof.
Anthony ‘Cat’ Barber left the game with just under 16 minutes to play and North Carolina State down by 14. As time ticked away, Barber couldn’t do anything to help N.C. State pull of the upset.When he returned six minutes later, the Wolfpack trailed by 12. All Syracuse had to do was hold on for the final stretch and Barber only hit one more shot the rest of the way.Barber was a marked man and the conference’s leading scorer never got into a rhythm.“When you’re leading the conference in scoring, you definitely have to highlight that guy,” Syracuse guard Frank Howard said.Entering Saturday, Barber averaged 23.5 points and had scored at least 26 in seven of the past 10 games. But against Syracuse’s stingy zone, Barber scored 15 and the Orange (19-10, 9-7 Atlantic Coast) took down the Wolfpack (14-15, 4-12), 75-66, Saturday in the Carrier Dome.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textFor just the third time all season, Barber hit fewer than four field goals and for the second time in conference play, Barber played 34 or fewer minutes.With seven minutes left in the first half, Barber hit a 3 from the wing on Tyler Roberson’s side of the zone. Getting in front of him from that spot was part of Syracuse’s game plan, Howard said, and Boeheim pulled Roberson for his defensive lapses.The 3 was part of a 5-0 personal run for Barber, who then hit two of his eight made free throws. N.C. State was within just four and Barber was at the forefront of the Wolfpack’s comeback.But Barber never gained any more momentum the rest of the game and the Wolfpack never regained the lead it held three minutes into the contest.“You got to get back on him and keep him out in front,” Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim said. “It’s hard for point guards to score (against the zone). Point guards generally don’t score against us a lot and Barber didn’t.”When Howard was in the game later in the first half, he stuck a hand in Barber’s face as he attempted another jumper to cut the lead to less than five. But the ball bounced off the front of the rim and into Dajuan Coleman’s hands.After returning to the game with nine minutes left, Barber added eight more points. The impact he had after spending six minutes on the bench was far less than before.No matter what the Wolfpack tried with Barber, it resulted in one of his worst games of the season.“We tried moving him to the wing and they did a good job of not letting him get into the paint,” N.C. State head coach Mark Gottfried said. “I thought that was the biggest thing.” Comments Published on February 27, 2016 at 7:15 pm Contact Paul: [email protected] | @pschweds Facebook Twitter Google+