first_imgKMGH-TV(DENVER) — The FBI agent who accidentally shot a nightclub-goer when he did a backflip on a dance floor in Denver turned himself in Tuesday to face charges in connection with the incident, according to the district attorney’s office and jail records.The agent, 29-year-old Chase Bishop, who is stationed in Washington, D.C., surrendered on a warrant in connection with the June 2 incident at the Mile High Spirits Tasting Room near downtown Denver, officials said.Denver Police tell ABC News that Bishop is being investigated for second degree assault, pending a decision on formal charges from the Denver district attorney.The shooting left Thomas Reddington, 24, with a bullet wound to his left leg.Cellphone video of the incident that has since gone viral on social media shows Bishop dancing on a dance floor in the crowded bar when he suddenly did a backflip. Bishop fell forward, his gun slipped out of his waistband and landed on the dance floor.The FBI declined comment.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.last_img read more

first_imgParents: as you make those holiday gift to-do lists, don’t forget your child’s teacher!For eight hours a day, five days a week, these men and women are educating the next generation. It’s an important job, which can make it challenging for parents to figure out budget-friendly ways to show their appreciation.Let’s face it, how much candy and sweets can they realistically eat? And those who have been teaching for years already have impressive coffee mug collections.So what do teachers want? We asked a few and here are some ideas:Gift cards: Whether from Amazon, a favorite brand retailer, coffee shop or local vendors, a gift card is the gift that keeps giving year round. Pair it with a personal note and you can never go wrong.Grant wishes: With budget cuts, teachers’ wish lists are long and in need of constant replenishing. So help restock the classroom with books, paper, printer ink, pencils, tissues, hand sanitizers and more.Donate: Make a donation to the school library, PTA and/or afterschool clubs in the name of your favorite teacher. You help your local school and ultimately it benefits the children.DIY: Most teachers agree the best gifts are heartfelt. So get creative! Whether it is a simple note of thanks or a homemade “coupon book” provides class snacks for a day or volunteered time, teachers will be grateful. 60SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Myriam DiGiovanni After writing for Credit Union Times and The Financial Brand, Myriam DiGiovanni covers financial literacy for FinancialFeed. She is also a storytelling expert and works with credit unions to help … Web: Detailslast_img read more

first_imgCable assessment experts Wirescan and high voltage engineering specialists EDS HV Group (EDS), have carried out LIRA testing at the HVDC link on SSEN Transmission’s Caithness-Moray project.Drew Boa, SSEN Transmission’s HVDC Project Engineer, said: “The initial ‘fingerprint’ LIRA measurements on our Caithness-Moray subsea cable are the first for SSEN Transmission, and mark the beginning of a long-term asset management plan to monitor the conditionof the 160km circuit throughout its serviceable life. This monitoring programme will help us better understand the behaviour and ageing process of the asset, as well as helping to identify and rectify any developing risks at an early stage. By taking this proactive approach to cable asset management, we are not only aiming to reduce ongoing operational risks, we are ultimately looking to improve the future reliability of electricity transmission from the north of Scotland to the south and beyond.”The two organisations responded quickly to SSEN Transmission’s request for testing, with EDS mobilising a trained LIRA test engineer equipped with the latest LIRA Acquire software and hardware to efficiently perform the test.Morten Huseby, CEO, Wirescan AS said: “This is a new important step in our journey to fulfil the ambition and provide a streamlined integrated offering to our customers through solid partnerships. EDS’s professionalism and high skill set means that they were the obvious choice for Wirescan when deciding who to entrust with our technology.”Marc Glenn, technical projects manager, EDS HV Group, added: “This joint effort demonstrated our collective power and the increased value that we can bring to the market. We are proud that Wirescan has chosen to partner with EDS, demonstrating their recognition of our skills and capabilities.”LIRA technology (Line Impedance Resonance Analysis) is a breakthrough solution in assessing the condition of both de-energized and energized cables. It has been utilized in all segments of the cable market. Today Wirescan is entering the industry with Wirescan Digital, an automated cloud-based solution providing users with new opportunities in cable condition assessment and monitoring.last_img read more