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    THE World Cup is just days away in Qatar and FIFA have announced Said Martinez will be joining 38 other officials for the tournament. Honduras born Martinez is his country's only representative at this winter's competition. 2Said Martinez will be a referee at this winter's World Cup in QatarCredit: Reuters Here are a few more facts about him. Who is Said Martinez? Said Martinez was born in Tocoa in 1991, making him the second youngest referee at Qatar, behind Kevin Ortega. At the age of just ten, Martinez dreamt of following in his father's footsteps and becoming a referee. Read More on World CupFOOTBALL LATEST Kepa OUT of World Cup LATEST, injured Chilwell blow, Haaland return updates Eight years later he would become the youngest ever referee to officiate in the Liga Nacional in Honduras. Martinez then swapped whistles for books, choosing to move to Hondurus' capital city where he studied Mathematics. 2Said Martinez shows a red card in a World Cup qualifying match between Costa Rica and CanadaCredit: Reuters He returned to refereeing in 2017 when he was...
    A US district court ruled that bikini baristas in Washington city were banned from wearing pasties and g-string thongs to work. The court believes that the dress code was found on gender-based discrimination. 1Washington court banned women from wearing g-strings to workCredit: AP:Associated Press They also believe that the dress code could risk exposure to arbitrary implementation by police. “Assuming the owners of bikini barista stands are unable or unwilling to enforce this dress code, at some point law enforcement will be asked to measure exposure of skin by some method,” US District Judge Ricardo Martinez wrote in the Oct. 19 ruling. “This ‘encourages a humiliating, intrusive, and demoralizing search on women, disempowering them and stripping them of their freedom.’” Martinez found the dress code to violate the equal protection clause of the US constitution as well as the Washington State Constitution’s 14th Amendment because it geared toward female's clothing and not males. A representative for the city of Everrette said that the city is reviewing the court's decision and will determine the steps in the next...
    The mother of the Uvalde school shooter Salvador Ramos emotionally wept as she called her son a 'coward' after relatives of one of the victims approached her on the street. Adriana Martinez was walking across the street in Uvalde when she was approached by some of the relatives of the 19 children killed at Robb Elementary School on May 24, Telemundo reported. 'You have no right to judge my son!' Martinez screamed across a dirt lot to angry members of 10-year-old Amerie Jo Garza's family. 'May God forgive y'all.' Adriana Martinez called her son, the Uvalde school shooter, a 'coward' after she was approached by angry relatives of a Robb Elementary School massacre victim. Her son, Salvador Ramos, is responsible for killing 21 people on May 24 The confrontation started when a black SUV with members of Garza's family stopped in the middle of the street to confront Martinez who was crossing nearby, according to footage by Telemundo. Salvador Ramos, 18, (pictured) shot and killed 19 students and two teachers while cops held back for over an hour during the...
    Nebraska football head coach Scott Frost praised Adrian Martinez and JoJo Domann in his post-game press conference after losing to Ohio State. Scott Frost’s Nebraska has lost seven games this season but his players have still given him plenty of reason to big them up. On Saturday, the Cornhuskers lost their fourth in a row, falling to Ohio State, 26-17. All of their losses this year have been by single digits. This one was against a Top 5 team. The head coach credited a couple of special players with playing through pain to give Nebraska a chance at the upset.Scott Frost post-game interview revealed Adrian Martinez is battling through injuries"Right now youre crazy if you dont think Im playing the best guy (I can)," Frost said about QB. — Brian Christopherson (@Husker247BC) November 6, 2021 Scott Frost saying Adrian Martinez has been dealing with a broken jaw and high ankle sprain. Wow. What an absolute warrior. — Jeremiah Sirles (@Sirles71_HSKR) November 6, 2021 Martinez had a touchdown through the air and one on the ground. He’s played the...
                      by Kaylee Greenlee  Criminal charges were dropped against 11 illegal migrants who said they were transported to private property and then arrested for trespassing in Val Verde County, Texas, The Texas Tribune reported on Tuesday. The migrants told Democratic Val Verde County Attorney David Martinez that they were apprehended, restrained with zip ties, walked around 20 minutes to a fenced-in ranch and arrested by border officials for trespassing, according to The Texas Tribune. The migrants said border officials cut the fence around the private ranch to allow a police dog onto the property after making the migrants scale the 10-foot fence. The illegal migrants reportedly fled on foot after Border Patrol agents stopped the vehicle they were in on a highway, according to the Tribune. Martinez dismissed the charges on Monday because border officials did not file a written report or provide video evidence of the incident. A Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) spokesperson said the illegal migrants attempted to evade law enforcement by scaling the fence, and a Border Patrol...
    Criminal charges were dropped against 11 illegal migrants who said they were transported to private property and then arrested for trespassing in Val Verde County, Texas, The Texas Tribune reported on Tuesday. The migrants told Democratic Val Verde County Attorney David Martinez that they were apprehended, restrained with zip ties, walked around 20 minutes to a fenced-in ranch and arrested by border officials for trespassing, according to The Texas Tribune. The migrants said border officials cut the fence around the private ranch to allow a police dog onto the property after making the migrants scale the 10-foot fence. The illegal migrants reportedly fled on foot after Border Patrol agents stopped the vehicle they were in on a highway, according to the Tribune. Martinez dismissed the charges on Monday because border officials did not file a written report or provide video evidence of the incident. Texas state and local law enforcement officials helped a group of migrants cross over a barbed wire fence and line of train tracks after they illegally entered the U.S. near La Joya, Texas on March 25,...
    SAN ANTONIO – Friends and family of 18 year-old Damian Escobar held a candlelight vigil Friday night, but they never expected his life would be cut short. “I always thought my son was going to bury me, not me burying him,” said Sylvia Martinez. San Antonio police said the teen was killed while trying to cross Loop 410 near between Marbach Road and Highway 90. The driver told police that she didn’t see Escobar until it was too late. Police said the driver did remain at the scene afterward and tried to help. Martinez was left in disbelief after the incident. “That’s not my Damian, and it was my Damian," she said. Police have not said why Escobar was trying to cross the highway, but his family said he was trying to save a friend from committing suicide. “He was trying to save someone else’s life and he lost his... and now we’re so heartbroken," said Patty Martinez, a relative. Escobar was set to graduate from Kennedy High School and had dreams of going to college. His family said his...
    A MURDERED Texas mom, 23, who had her teeth removed, was allegedly "lured to Mexico by a child sex offender who said her boyfriend was kidnapped." Braulio Trevino Martinez, 39, was arrested at his home on Tuesday for the murder of Lizbeth Flores, a law enforcement official told the Daily Mail. 9Braulio Trevino Martinez, 39, was arrested for Flores' murderCredit: Georgia Bureau of Investigation - Sex Offender Registry 9Lizbeth Flores died following the incident A source told the Daily Mail that Flores – a mom of two – was allegedly lured to Mexico after she was told her boyfriend was kidnapped. Flores was allegedly told she must pay a ransom for her boyfriend – who lives in Matamoros. The 23-year-old and her family knew Martinez – although the exact relationship is unknown, The Daily Mail reported. Flores traveled to the border city of Matamoros on August 9 and told her mother that she would return home to Texas later that night. Worried mother María Rubio filed a missing person's report to Brownsville police the next day after losing contact with her daughter....
    'It's time for me to pay for all the things I've done in my life,' Jose Martinez told the stunned detective. Martinez had just confessed to murdering 36 people in California and across the United States. It was June 2013 and the man known as the 'Black Hand' or 'El Mano Negra' in Spanish told police he was a drug cartel enforcer who first killed as payback for his half sister's murder in the late 1970s and then mostly for money starting in 1980, according to a new book, The Devil's Harvest.   If Martinez's claims are true, he is a serial killer in the same league as Ted Bundy and John Wayne Gacy, Jessica Garrison, the book's author and an investigative journalist, noted in one of her articles about him.   For more than 30 years, Martinez managed not to get caught for his crimes and he told Garrison that was because he was 'so damn good.'  Martinez had been in Mexico before he came back to the United States to turn himself in. While there are numerous theories as to why...
    SAN ANTONIO – Small businesses around the country and around Texas are being devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic. But a local university is stepping up and attempting to help out. The University of Texas at San Antonio recently launched their COVID-19 Business Recovery Accelerator to help local businesses access emergency funds. UTSA releases renderings for $90 million downtown expansion near San Pedro Creek Heather Schnelzer has been running Aerial Athletics for 18 years and needed the help. “It’s to serve kids, I want them to grow and walk out of this place better people. Yeah we do it through gymnastics, but our goal is that they walk out of here just great people, feeling confident in who they are,” Schnelzer said. The start of 2020 was phenomenal for her as business was booming. Then the pandemic hit. “March 18 everything shut down, we actually shut down a week before it was mandated,” Schnelzer said. After some frustration, Heather reached out to the UTSA COVID Business Recovery Accelerator Program and that’s when she met Jaime Martinez. “It recently launched on...
    MARTINEZ, Calif. (KGO) -- Fliers containing hate speech were found on a sidewalk near downtown Martinez, authorities said.At around 9:45 p.m. Saturday, Martinez Police responded to a report of fliers left on the ground on 525 Henrietta Street making threats to harm those supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.The fliers were created in the name of "White Pride World Wide," police said.RELATED: White nationalist group posts fliers at San Jose State UniversityAccording to police, the fliers were deplorable, threatening and offensive, adding that it "goes against everything the city values in terms of diversity, inclusion, and acceptance" in Martinez.Investigation is underway as a hate crime and police are urging anyone with information to contact the dispatch Center at 925-372-3440.Stay with ABC7 News on this developing story.
    MARTINEZ, Calif. (KGO) -- Fliers containing hate speech were left on a sidewalk near downtown Martinez, authorities said.At around 9:45 p.m. Saturday, Martinez Police responded to a report of fliers left on the ground on 525 Henrietta Street making threats to harming those supporting the Black Lives Matter movement.The fliers were created in the name of "White Pride World Wide," police said.RELATED: White nationalist group posts fliers at San Jose State UniversityAccording to police, the fliers were deplorable, threatening and offensive, adding that it "goes against everything the city values in terms of diversity, inclusion, and acceptance" in Martinez.Investigation is underway as a hate crime and police are urging anyone with information to contact the dispatch Center at 925-372-3440.Stay with ABC7 News on this developing story.
    MARTINEZ — Offensive white supremacist fliers threatening harm to supporters of the Black Lives Matter movement were found by police in a downtown street Saturday night. Police responded at about 9:45 p.m. to reports of fliers containing hate speech from a white supremacist group left on a sidewalk near downtown. Police said they do not have leads on who left them on the sidewalk. The group is designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center and is based on Florida. “The City of Martinez doe snot tolerate hate related crimes and as a community we need to stand together to promote unity and acceptance for all people,” Chief Manjit Sappal said. “This hateful, hurtful, and offensive act does not define our city and we must all do our part to identify those responsible, so they can be brought to justice.” Anyone with information is asked to contact Martinez Police Dispatch Center at 925-372-3440. Police said detective have been assigned to investigate this incidents as a hate crime and the investigation is ongoing.
    CONCORD (KPIX) — After several weeks of what felt like moving forward, this week felt like a setback. Multiple counties decided or are now considering a reopening pause. While it is another blow for some businesses, health experts support a cautious approach. “My wife and I were talking about it and it does seem like a setback,” said Ralphie Martinez, owner of Martinez Elite Fitness. “Only because it seemed like we were on the verge, we were about to reopen.” Contra Costa County is rethinking its reopening timeline and that means another possible setback for Ralphie Martinez. He thought he might finally be back in business come July 1. “Then the reins were pulled back,” Martinez said. “On our business, anyway, being a gym.” “What we really don’t want to have happen is to have to go back and shelter in place and throw away all the gains that we made since March, which are enormous,” explained UCSF epidemiologist Dr. George Rutherford. “I mean we’ve avoided tens of thousands of deaths in the Bay Area.” KPIX asked Rutherford about the...
    ANKENY, Iowa (AP) — Police in suburban Des Moines have arrested a man they accuse of siccing a pit bull on people at a party before killing the dog himself after it turned on him. Juan Carlos Moreno Martinez, 33, of Ankeny, was arrested Thursday and has been charged with several counts of assault, animal neglect, trespassing and probation violations, television station KCCI reported. Police said the incident happened at a June 6 party in Ankeny, when Moreno-Martinez entered the property of another person without permission and retrieved the dog. Police said he then agitated the dog, “knowing its past behavior when worked into a frenzy,” with the intention of intimidating others at the party. The animal ultimately attacked three people, one of whom was seriously injured, police said. The dog then attacked Moreno Martinez, and he stabbed the dog several times in the head and neck area, killing it, police said. Moreno-Martinez was being held in the Polk County Jail. Copyright 2020 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Tags: Iowa
    CHICAGO -- Artists from the Chicagoland area are beautifying and unifying South and Southwest Side communities with murals.The Mural Movement was started by Delilah Martinez, owner of Vault Gallerie.Martinez said a store owner asked her to display a message of Black Lives Matter after thousands marched through Chicago streets, demanding justice in the death of George Floyd and many others. From then on, Martinez has contacted a number of artists to participate in her movement.The murals depict messages of unity between Black and brown communities. Many of these murals can be found in Pilsen, and in South Side neighborhoods.Over the weekend, Martinez, along with six other artists, finished a new mural to replace one that was covered over with white paint.Martinez said this fueled their movement even more.Not only are the artists creating beautiful art but they're also cleaning up the community."My mission now is to raise money to continue painting murals all over the city," said Martinez.Martinez started a GoFundMe page to support the artists creating the murals.
    This week, the family of an undocumented Guatemalan immigrant who sustained serious injuries in an accident was able to stop his deportation from a Pennsylvania hospital⁠—a deportation organized not by federal immigration authorities, but by the hospital itself. On May 10, A.V. (initials of the patient used to protect his privacy) was seriously injured in Philadelphia when a man on a motorcycle crashed into him. The undocumented immigrant, who is in his late 40s, was taken to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital with two broken legs, fractured ribs, and trauma to his head. In the weeks that followed, the hospital decided it would no longer provide care to the undocumented and uninsured A.V. and—without his consent or the consent of his family—instead attempted to arrange for his “medical repatriation,” or deportation, to Guatemala. After a public outcry, the hospital was forced to stop the deportation.   The ordeal started when the day after the accident, A.V.’s niece, Claudia Martinez, said she received a call from the hospital to “identify” her uncle. “They wanted to make sure it was him. They weren’t sure...
    MARTINEZ (CBS SF) — A vegetation fire burned about 2 acres immediately adjacent to the Martinez Amtrak station Saturday afternoon, but it was contained before it could spread south to downtown businesses, the Contra Costa County Fire Protection District said. The fire was reported about noon Saturday, said ConFire Capt. Joe Ottolini said. The flames worked their way along Alhambra Creek and south a short distance to near Marina Vista Avenue. The fire burned the area between the Amtrak station parking lot and the creek itself, going under a footbridge at John Sparacino Park. There were no injuries or structures threatened, Ottolini said. The cause of the fire was under investigation, but there is no apparent cause. “We don’t have much to go on yet,” Ottolini said. Elsewhere in Conta Costa County, firefighters were crediting landowners who made “defensible space” around buildings for possibly saving several homes just off state Highway 4 in Bay Point from burning. The grass fire was reported about 3:25 p.m. Saturday in the 700 block of Dobrich Circle, about a half-mile east of the...
    MUNSTER, Ind. (AP) - A psychiatric patient disarmed and fatally shot a retired police officer at a northwest Indiana hospital early Tuesday before another retired officer working security at the hospital fatally shot the patient, a sheriff said. The patient was at Community Hospital in Munster when he began beating a nurse about 1 a.m., Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez told The (Northwest Indiana) Times. “I’m told he was beating the nurse pretty badly,” Martinez said. Two retired sheriff’s officers working security at the hospital responded to the attack and a struggle ensued during which the patient loosened a gun from one officer’s gun belt and opened fire, shooting the officer in the arm and causing a fatal wound, the sheriff said. The other security officer returned fire, killing the patient, Martinez said. The sheriff said his department was in shock that one of their own retired officers was gone. Martinez said he would not yet identify the slain security officer or the other officer because an investigation was pending, but he said he knew both officers and called them...
    VINCENTE CAMALOTE, Mexico — Mexican soccer teammates of Alexander Martinez, a 16-year-old whose death this week was blamed on police, mobbed his wooden coffin this week after kicking a ball off it and bouncing it into the goal so he could score one final time. After one last match on home ground in the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca, Martinez was buried in his home village of Vicente Camalote on Thursday. A dozen teammates participated in the moving farewell on a plaza pitch where he used to play. It was not immediately clear what caused the death of the teenager, a dual U.S.-Mexico citizen who returned from the United States four years ago. Local media reported he went out to buy soda on Tuesday afternoon and was shot dead by police in an apparent case of mistaken identity. His death came after several other police killings in Mexico, fanning rage over rights abuses by police in a nation where authorities have long faced accusations of torturing, abducting and even killing citizens. There have been street protests in the country’s two...
    CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) - A mental health counselor employed by the Lake County Jail has died after being hospitalized for coronavirus. A few weeks ago, the counselor called off sick after experiencing flu-like symptoms, Lake County Sheriff Oscar Martinez told The (Northwest Indiana) Times. He was instructed to stay quarantined and to consult his doctor. In the following days, the counselor’s condition worsened, he was hospitalized and tested positive for COVID-19. The counselor died early Thursday, Martinez said. TOP STORIES Coronavirus hype biggest political hoax in history Cardi B: Looters who torched AutoZone, ransacked Target and liquor store had no choice Hillary Clinton: Trump is calling for violence against American citizens The counselor’s name has not been released. “We are all saddened at the recent loss of the counselor,” Martinez said. “We consider him and any of our employees family. We’re trying to deal with this difficult loss as a team.”
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