Monthly Archives: August 2017

Netflix plays subscriber-new show matchmaker

Frazier Moore

NEW YORK — Netflix wants subscribers to know it’s looking out for them.

For instance, the average Netflix subscriber might never guess that its dark superhero drama “Jessica Jones” might strike similar chords as the zany hijinks of “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” Netflix is happy to help you make the connection.

Much of the attention showered on this streaming-video giant in recent years has dwelled on its insatiable appetite for original content and for creators to produce it.

“We want to appeal to as many different people as possible, and appeal to the many moods that each person has,” said vice president of product innovation Todd Yellin. “The more diverse our content, the more likely that someone, at their moment of truth about what they’re going to watch, will choose to go to Netflix.”

But this service’s multibillion-dollar annual outlay for new programming necessitates another challenge: helping each program get discovered by the subscribers

Read more at: http://www.phillytrib.com/entertainment/netflix-plays-subscriber-new-show-matchmaker/article_f4e5c7a5-15aa-5e00-a725-c03909db91eb.html

Gus the elusive basset hound found after nearly 7 weeks on the run

HEWITT, Texas (KWTX) ‘Gus,’ an elusive basset hound that’s been missing for more than six weeks, was found in a field near Ritchie Road Tuesday on the border of Hewitt and Waco.

(Photo by Randy Davis)

The Hewitt Police Department’s Animal Control Unit and Mutts Mayhem Emergency Search and Rescue out of Dallas located the dog before noon and collared him when he became tangled in the rope attached to the door of one of the traps they set.

“She (a rescuer) told me that she had Gus, at first I was ‘No, you don’t,’ I was shocked, I didn’t believe her, then she held up the phone and I could hear him barking and howling in the background,” said MarLee Riel, Gus’ owner.

MarLee and her husband Bobby hired the professional rescuers, a pet detective, and engaged dozens of volunteers who

Read more at: http://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Gus-sighted-but-still-on-the-run-442414923.html

Police seeking help to locate missing person

FORSYTH TOWNSHIP — The Forsyth Township Police Department is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing person.

Shaun De Hanks was last seen in the downtown Gwinn area around 11 p.m. Tuesday. He is 5’8, 115 lbs with green eyes and brown and blonde hair. He is not originally from the area and may be on foot.

The department is unsure if the disappearence is voluntary or not at this point. If you know him or have seen him since Tuesday, contact Marquette County Central Dispatch at 475-9912 or the Forsyth Township Police at 346-9224.

Read more at: https://abc10up.com/2017/08/31/police-seeking-help-locate-missing-person/

Missing Person, Man Killed By Tree In South Jersey – Galloway, NJ …

Residents of the same South Jersey town were dealing with tragedy and fear on Thursday.

An 85-year-old man was killed Thursday after a tree landed on top of him in Mullica Township, police said.

On the same day, a 36-year-0ld woman was reported missing five days after she was last seen at her Mullica Township home on Saturday.

The tree incident was reported at 9:12 a.m., when a 911 call was made by the victim’s wife on Baremore Road in Mullica Township, Atlantic County, police said.

The caller reported that her husband was cutting tree in their yard; the tree fell on top of her husband, rendering him unconscious and unresponsive, police said.

Officers responded and located the victim; Atlanticare Emergency Medical Services arrived and determined the victim, Ronald Loatwall, had died, police said. The Elwood Fire Department, along with the Mullica Township Department of Public Works, also responded to aid in the rescue of

Read more at: https://patch.com/new-jersey/galloway/missing-person-man-killed-tree-south-jersey

Stillwater mayor facing child pornography charges


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Blacksburg man charged with exploitation of a minor

A Blacksburg man has been charged with 13 counts of the exploitation and solicitation of a minor, according to the S.C. Attorney General’s Office.

Attorney General Alan Wilson said Nathaniel Leron Jordon, 29, was arrested Wednesday by Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office Internet Crimes Against Children investigators.

Wilson said in a statement that investigators received an online tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children which led them to Jordon.

Investigators believe Jordon distributed child pornography, and engaged in sexually explicit conversations with and sent nude images to someone he believed to be a minor, Wilson said in the statement.

Jordan faces up to 10 years in prison for each charge.

He faces 10 counts of the sexual exploitation of a minor; one count of criminal solicitation of a  minor; and two counts of attempted dissemination of obscene material to a person under 18.

The case will be

Read more at: http://www.goupstate.com/news/20170831/blacksburg-man-charged-with-exploitation-of-minor

NPS search crew finds body of missing person in Wrangell-St. Elias …

COPPER CENTER (KTUU) – Search and rescue personnel have located a body in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve they believe to be 34-year-old hiker Nick Larsen.

Larsen was last seen on August 5th in the town of McCarthy.

The body was found in the Nizina River and the cause of death is “pending determination by the State Medical Examiner Office,” said Jamie Hart, a spokesperson for the National Park Service.

“The experienced hiker planned to backpack alone in the backcountry. A backpack was found on the Nizina River on Monday, August 28th and helped to narrow the search area,” said Hart in a press release.

Hart said investigators initially had a large area to search before the backpack was located by rafters. After it was found, the NPS could narrow its search to a 15-mile stretch of the Nizina River.

Unlike Denali National Park, Wrangell-St. Elias does not require backcountry

Read more at: http://www.ktuu.com/content/news/NPS-search-crew-finds-body-of-missing-person-442397573.html