Allen is featured on WLAF’s Crime Stoppers

first_imgAlex Brandon Allen (above) is this week’s most wanted on Crime Stoppers. Allen is currently wanted on his third probation violation, according to reports. He also has prior charges of theft, vandalism and evading arrest.  Through Crime Stoppers, you can call the CCSO at 562-7446 if you see the person.“Please do not approach anyone you see on Crime Stoppers,” said Campbell County Sherriff Robbie Goins. “Call the sheriff’s department and report where they are. We don’t want anyone to try to apprehend these people, just tell us where they are if you see them.”  (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 12/06/2018-6AM)Share this:FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

Concern over Sandro’s latest knee problem

first_imgFollow West London Sport on TwitterFind us on Facebook QPR are assessing Sandro’s latest knee problem and the initial signs are not encouraging.The Brazilian midfielder had knee trouble prior to his summer move from Tottenham and struggled to regain his fitness during the opening weeks of the season.He then went off at Southampton after suffering an early knock to the head and more recently was out with a groin injury.AdChoices广告And there appears to be grounds for concern after Sandro was forced off after an hour of Saturday’s 1-0 defeat at Newcastle.Worried manager Harry Redknapp admitted: “I’m not sure what Sandro’s done to his knee. That didn’t look great.”Sandro’s latest injury comes as he was beginning to forge a useful midfield partnership with Karl Henry – a combination Redknapp is keen to continue with. See also:Rangers bottom after defeat at NewcastleRedknapp admits QPR duo were missedNewcastle v QPR player ratingsRedknapp braced for crucial QPR matcheslast_img read more

Soy Producers Around the Globe Discuss Biotech More in China

first_imgThe International Soy Grower Alliance (ISGA) held its second mission to China last week, where discussion focused on delays in biotechnology trait approvals, among other soy issues.The ISGA is comprised of growers and industry representatives from countries that supply more than 90 percent of the world’s soybean production. Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Paraguay, Uruguay and the United States share a commitment to meet the rapidly increasing world demand for quality and healthy soy products produced in a sustainable and environmentally-friendly manner.American Soybean Association (ASA) President Wade Cowan participated in the weeklong meetings in Beijing, where he said having the soy exporting countries come together, sent a strong message.“We had an excellent week in China with ISGA.  It started on Tuesday with a forum to present the white paper on the effects of delays in new technological events,” Cowan said.During the meeting, Cowan and other ISGA members split into groups to meet with Chinese agencies and businesses.“ISGA is growing stronger and more confident in its ability to affect change,” Cowan said. “The soybean exporting countries through ISGA are united in improving the freedom to operate, and increasing the tools available for soybean growers everywhere.  We share these common goals and will increase our coordination and cooperation.”last_img read more