ELMO, Texas — The Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to seek leads in a robbery

ELMO, Texas — The Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office is continuing to seek leads in a robbery at an Elmo gas station earlier this month, a sheriff’s office spokesperson confirmed today. The robbery occurred around noon on February 14, 2020, at the Valero gas station on U.S. Highway 80 in Elmo. Investigators say the unidentified man entered the gas station, took a large amount of cash, and fled the store driving a dark gray Nissan Sentra with chrome door handles and bearing an out of state license plate, possibly Louisiana. The year model of the Sentra is unknown but could possibly be from 2016 to 2019. The man is described as a black male, slender build, between the ages of 50s and 60s, and was seen wearing a black jacket, green shirt, and fedora-style hat the day of the robbery. He was seen wearing a suit in the gas station on a separate date, images of which investigators released. At the time of the robbery, the clerk sustained minor injuries when he tried to grab the suspect’s vehicle as if drove westbound on U.S. Highway 80. Anyone with information is asked to call the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office at (469) 376-4500 or the Kaufman County Crime Stoppe...

Powerful lightweight solutions from Mitsubishi Chemical at JEC World 2020

Mitsubishi Chemical (MCC) will display a portfolio of innovative lightweight materials in Paris at JEC World 2020.  Combining the power of MCC’s group companies in the carbon fibre, thermoset and thermoplastic composites business, customers can benefit from this integrated supply chain. From material production to material processing or semi-finished parts, visitors can find information and advice on the different types of materials and applications. With the recent acquisition of the Prepreg company c-m-p, MCC is able to produce carbon fibre composite materials in Europe, react even more flexibly to customer’s requests, and develop tailor-made solutions. For the first time, Mitsubishi Chemical presents a fully validated Forged Molding Compound (CF-FMC) material data card for post-failure analysis to the market.  Paolo Feraboli, Global CF-FMC Engineering Leader at Mitsubishi Chemical Carbon Fiber and Composites, said: “The material card enables our customers to predict the static and dynamic behaviour of the CF-FMC. In combination with the right composite design and process this material system can offer a vast variety of new applications.” Durability, strength and lightweight m...

Robotic Laser Cutting Machine Market Growth Probability, Top key Players, Industry Segmentation and Capacity 2026

The Robotic Laser Cutting Machines market report provides information about the various types of segmentation in the market. The regional segmentation is done on grounds of the study conducted on the local and international markets. The names and directions of some of the major regions and companies are provided in the market report of the Soluble Robotic Laser Cutting Machines market. In addition to that, the various categories of the product types and application of those products are also provided in the market report. ABB, FANUC, Jenoptik, Midea, Stäubli, Yaskawa Electric, Trumpf, Bystronic, Mazak, Amada, Prima Power, Coherent, Mitsubishi Electric, Koike, DMG MORI, others Apply here to get your FREE PDF Brochure of this Report at: https://inforgrowth.com/sample-request/4267702/robotic-laser-cutting-machine-market The Global Robotic Laser Cutting Machine Market research report provides thorough forecasts on the latest market company overview, SWOT analysis, trends, business strategies, and research methodologies. Some of the factors that directly affect the market include the manufacturing method and market technique, development platforms change within the product profile. K...

Company recalling pasta for undeclared gluten with packaging that claims product is gluten free

Sierra Soups of Fresno, Ca is recalling its 13 ounce packages of “Pasta e Fagioli” because the soup mix contains an individually wrapped package of pasta, which according to the FDA, contains gluten. However outer packaging states the product is gluten free. People who have allergies to gluten run the risk of serious or life-threatening allergic reaction if they consume these products. The recalled “Pasta e Fagioli” were distributed in Nationwide in retail stores and through mail orders. The product comes in a 13 ounce, clear plastic package bearing the product name as well as the statement “Gluten-Free (without Pasta)”. The recall was initiated after it was discovered that the gluten-containing product was distributed in packaging that did not clearly reveal the presence of gluten. Subsequent investigation indicates the problem was caused by a breakdown in the company’s packaging processes. Production of the product has been suspended until FDA and the company are certain that the problem has been corrected. Consumers who have purchased Pasta e Fagioli Soup are urged to return the product to the place of purchase for a full refund. Consumers with q...

More than a million residents across New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont remained without

More than a million residents across New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont remained without electricity on Tuesday in the aftermath of Hurricane Irene. Irene hit  New York City on Sunday  as a weakened tropical storm after raking the Eastern seaboard from North Carolina to New Jersey. So far, the storm has killed at least 44 people. With Irene’s brutal rain replaced by crisp temperatures and brilliant blue skies, utility repair crews, cleanup teams and state and federal relief officials crisscrossed the region to assess the damage and reassure residents that help was on its way. Track the latest Atlantic hurricanes and tropical storms, and look back over past seasons at WSJ’s Hurricane Tracker. Laid Scrims, Mesh Fabric, Laminated Scrims, Laid Scrims Mesh – Ruifiber,https://www.rfiber-laidscrim.com/

Early adopters of LED lighting will remember 50,000 hour or even 100,000 hour lifetime ratings printed on

Early adopters of LED lighting will remember 50,000 hour or even 100,000 hour lifetime ratings printed on the box. But during a recent trip to the hardware store the longest advertised lifetime I found was 25,000 hours. Others claimed only 7,500 or 15,000 hours. And yes, these are brand-name bulbs from Cree and GE. So, what happened to those 100,000 hour residential LED bulbs? Were the initial estimates just over-optimistic? Was it all marketing hype? Or, did we not know enough about LED aging to predict the true useful life of a bulb? I put these questions to the test. Join me after the break for some background on the light bulb cartel from the days of incandescent bulbs (not a joke, a cartel controlled the life of your bulbs), and for the destruction of some modern LED bulbs to see why the lifetimes are clocking in a lot lower than the original wave of LED replacements. Any discussion of light bulb lifetime would be incomplete without mention of the Phoebus cartel, an international organization formed in 1924 by the world’s leading light bulb manufacturers to manipulate the bulb market. As discussed by Markus Krajewski in “The Great Lightbulb Conspiracy”, the cartel assigned ...

‘Second wave of renewables’ to drive 70 GW of coal retirements, Stanley says

Morgan Stanley forecasts 70K-190K MW of coal-fired generation is “economically at risk” from the deployment of a “second wave of renewables” in the U.S. “Driven by the surprisingly low cost of renewables, we believe that carbon-heavy utilities that have not historically led the pack in clean energy deployment will accelerate their earnings growth by pursuing a ‘virtuous cycle’: shutting down expensive coal plants and investing in cheap renewables,” Stanley analysts say, seeing American Electric Power (NYSE:AEP), Dominion Energy (NYSE:D), Southern Co. (NYSE:SO), Pinnacle West (NYSE:PNW), PPL Corp. (NYSE:PPL) and Duke Energy (NYSE:DUK) as the utilities with the “largest opportunity” to achieve a valuation rerating under this approach. “Now there is a much greater opportunity to achieve kind of a triple-bottom-line benefit in the sense of customers [through lower bills], the environment and shareholders,” Morgan Stanley’s Stephen Byrd tells S&P Global Platts. “There is an opportunity now that we think some utilities will seize… the benefit that other utilities have achieved with their shar...

The best shoes for spin class in 2019: Pista, Giro, and more

Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Learn more. Head to spin class in the wrong shoes and you may find yourself hobbling out after your workout. While some spinning studios offer their own shoes, many riders choose to purchase a pair separately. For one thing, you never know just how thoroughly the shoes have been cleaned between workouts. Then, there’s the issue of fit. If a shoe doesn’t fit right, you can usually tell right away. Shoes that are too tight can rub and lead to blisters, hot spots, or numbness, while shoes that are too wide or loose can leave your feet slipping and sliding as you pedal away. To ensure you have the proper fit, your toes shouldn’t be mashed against the ends of the shoes or squashed along the sides. Instead, the fit experts at Bespoke Cycling recommend leaving between 3 and 5 millimeters at the end of the shoe. Not only will the extra room keep your toes happy, but it also allows for more space to accommodate thicker socks. To make sure the fit is solid, you can try holding the back of the shoe and k...

TSA finds loaded handgun in backpack at Portland Jetport

The Transportation Security Administration said officers found a loaded handgun in a man’s backpack at the Portland Jetport Friday morning. Officials said a Farifield man was at a checkpoint when an officer spotted the gun in the man’s backpack as it went through an X-ray machine. Bag Woman Handbag Officials said passengers are permitted to travel with firearms only in checked baggage if they are properly packaged and declared. Firearms must be unloaded, packed in a hard-sided case, locked and packed separately from ammunition. Hearst Television participates in various affiliate marketing programs, which means we may get paid commissions on purchases made through our links to retailer sites. Women Bags, Women Backapcks, School Bags, Tote Bags, Shoulder Bags – Boffo,https://www.boffoleather.com/

Does Your Gadget Need a Plug Adapter or Transformer?

When you travel abroad, you’re guaranteed to run into weird plugs. Here’s how to make sure you get a charge. One of the downsides of being a tech-focused traveler is figuring out how to plug everything in. Advances in multi-voltage gadgetry have made it much easier to travel with your electronics, but there’s still some difference between electrical systems around the world. At the very least, you’re probably going to need a plug adapter. North America tends to use 110- or 120-volt lines with electricity running at 60Hz, which was promoted by Tesla, Westinghouse, and eventually General Electric in the US. Many other countries use 220 or 240 volts and 50Hz, which was promoted by German firms after World War II. It’s more efficient to transmit electricity at a higher voltage, but not enough more that it’s worth retrofitting millions of existing appliances. Much of Europe’s electrical infrastructure was destroyed in World War II. Europe as a whole used the German standard as part of the overall European economic unification and rebuilding projects in the 1950s. Because Japan bought generators after World War II from the US and Germany, it h...

Ryzen 9 3900X: Wraith Prism RGB Stock Cooler vs. 360mm AIO Liquid Cooler

When we reviewed 3rd-gen Ryzen we deliberately used the included box coolers for the majority of the testing. We realized this probably wouldn’t satisfy everyone but considering it’s included in the price and we’ve seen decent results on previous generations, it’s what made the most sense at launch. Following up to that testing, today we’re going to compare how the Ryzen 9 3900X performs using the Wraith Prism RGB stock cooler against a big 360mm all-in-one liquid cooler from DeepCool, their new Castle 360EX. Our day-one testing showed that although the Ryzen 9 3900X and Ryzen 7 3700X boosted better with improved cooling, we were only talking about a minor increase in frequency. Moreover, the marginal boost in clock speed had little to no impact on performance. You could argue we were doing AMD a solid by testing their CPUs with the box cooler as this could swing things in their favor when it came to the value analysis. But this wasn’t the intention at all, rather we wanted to leverage what they had to offer (again, it’s included after all). At the same time, we weren’t out to destroy Intel’s price-to-performance either, so we didn’t factor i...

The very topic of digital assistants and home smart devices sporting microphones and the potential for

The very topic of digital assistants and home smart devices sporting microphones and the potential for the outside world to listen in on recordings is not a comfortable one, to say the least. It’s no longer a simple case of who is listening, but what is listening in the connected world of devices in the home and beyond. A University of Chicago team has come up with a wearable microphone jammer in the form of a bracelet that can disable microphones in a person’s surroundings. The wearable jammer does its job against nearby and hidden microphones, thanks to researchers at the school’s SAND Lab and the Human Computer Integration Lab. The HCI lab researches interfaces that share part of the user’s body, and explores new interface paradigms that could follow wearable devices. The SAND Lab (Systems, Algorithms, Networking and Data) at the university conducts research that spans such topics as security and modeling. The bracelet emits ultrasonic noise to disable the microphones. According to the website Government Technology, the device randomly emits white noise within a range of 24 kHz to 26 kHz. “We engineered a wearable microphone jammer that is capabl...

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