Newport News Police Department(NEWPORT NEWS, Va.) — A manhunt is underway in Virginia for a gunman who shot and killed a dentist outside his office.Newport News dentist William Trolenberg, 65, was found shot in a parking lot nearby his practice just after 5 p.m. Wednesday, according to the Newport News Police Department.His body was found just outside of his car, said police, and no motive has been released.Police are searching for the gunman and have released photos of a possible person of interest.Authorities are asking the public to help identify him.Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Former Batesville Bulldog Basketball standout Wes McKinney was named The Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference Male Athlete of the Year. Wes wrapped up his junior year with The Panthers.McKinney becomes the first Hanover Panther to win the award on the men’s or women’s side. McKinney was also named HCAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year in February. He also earned a pair of All-American accolades including second team Academic All-American by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA) fourth team All-American selection by D3 Hoops earlier this year.McKinney led Hanover in scoring with 18.7 points per game, as well as leading the conference in rebounding with 8.3 per game. Wes surpassed the 1,000 point mark during the season.The Panthers finished the 2016-17 campaign with 26-4 record, advancing to its first ever NCAA Tournament “Elite Eight”, winning both the HCAC regular season and tournament titles along with a Top 10 finish in the final 2016-17 D3Hoops.Com National Top 25 Poll at #7.Courtesy of Larry Duke and Tyler Jester from Hanover Athletics.
Published on March 11, 2017 at 11:28 pm Contact Tomer: [email protected] | @tomer_langer Syracuse men’s indoor track and field finished 10th at the NCAA Championships on Saturday afternoon, the best finish in program history. The Orange was led by distance runner Justyn Knight and hurdler Freddie Crittenden. Both were runner-ups in their respective events.Adam Palamar, the other SU member to qualify, ran the mile, finishing with a time of 4:06:47, good for fifth place. Crittenden was next, running the 60-meter hurdles. It was his second straight second-place finish at the NCAA Championships. He ran in 7.67 seconds, nine seconds from first place.Knight ran the 3000 meters in 7:56.21. He was just three-tenths of a second slower than the first-place finisher, Oregon’s Edward Cheserek, who finished with a time of 7:55.91. It was the second time he’s been the runner-up in an NCAA Championship. He previously finished second in the NCAA Cross Country Championships in November.SU opens its outdoor track and field season on March 31 at the Florida Relays. Comments AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Facebook Twitter Google+
CLEAR LAKE — Clear Lake’s Earth Day activities were supposed to be held this weekend, but the COVID-19 pandemic has altered the event’s plans. Earth Day Committee member Jan Lovell says one of the popular events, the 5K/10K, has switched to a virtual event. “So essentially that means each runner can choose when and where to run anytime between now and Sunday at midnight. It can even be on your treadmill. A portion of the funds are going to a really wonderful organization. It’s a new organization, the North Iowa chapter of Ainsley’s Angels.”Lovell encourages people to get outside and use the parks and trails that are open. “Check to see that the site you are going to is open. Our state parks are open during the day, and our county conservation areas are open during the day. Be sure to socially distance yourself six feet apart. Prepare for limited access to restrooms, most of those facilities are not open. Do bring hand sanitizer and use it often. Bring your own water bottle. This isn’t the time to be sharing water bottles or using drinking fountains for sure.” Lovell says another big event has involved large groups going out and picking up trash, which she says they are encouraging people to do as individuals. “Clear Lake will be having a more formal kickoff later when it is safe to do as groups, but in the meantime, some individuals are going out and choosing their favorite areas, as long as they are separated, doing the social distance separating, wearing gloves, going on your own or just with one or two other individuals. In Clear Lake you can register online for this still. For more information head to earthdayclearlake.org
Facebook7Tweet0Pin0Submitted by Employment Security DepartmentWashington veterans will speak about their military experiences in honor of Veterans Day at a ceremony from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m., November 7, on the state capitol campus in Olympia.The public is invited to gather first at the WWII Memorial near the corner of Capitol Way South and 11th Avenue Southeast. Event attendees will then walk to the Winged Victory Monument, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall and conclude at the Korean War Memorial, hearing a speaker and music at each stop.The speakers:Army veteran and Meritorious Service Medal recipient Jennifer Prewitt. She currently works at WorkSource Joint Base Lewis-McChord, helping soldiers transition to civilian life.Steve Severson, Marine Corps veteran. Severson completed two tours of duty in Afghanistan and now connects businesses in Thurston and Lewis counties with veteran employees.Katrina Stensgaard, Army veteran. Stensgaard was an intelligence analyst, serving for over 15 years in Afghanistan, Iraq, Korea and the Philippines. She currently works for the Washington Service Corps.Army veteran Don Meseck. Meseck retired from the Army Reserve after 26 years and 16 overseas assignments. His decorations include the Combat Action Badge and Bronze Star. He currently works as a labor economist with the Employment Security Department.The Veterans Day ceremony is the 28th annual event sponsored by the International Association of Workforce Professionals (IAWP) and the Employment Security Department’s Veteran Employee Resource Group.Billie Wright, Employment Security’s chief human resources officer and a military spouse, will emcee the event. The Washington National Guard will present the colors. Singers Pierre Bell and Jeanette Nelson of Employment Security, and musician Vincent Anderson of the Health Care Authority, will perform patriotic songs. The Spanaway Lake High School Music Company also will perform. Anderson will formally end the ceremony with “Taps.”“IAWP has been a proud sponsor of this ceremony for all of its 28 years,” said Rebekah Wilkes, president of IAWP’s Southwest Sub-chapter. “We’re honored to host this free event, bringing you four Washington veterans to share their thoughts and wisdom this Veterans Day. Please join us!”Flags will be available for participants to place at the memorials.