Statewide—May 3 is the first of Indiana’s four Free Fishing Days. On Free Fishing Days, Indiana residents can fish the state’s public waters without a fishing license or trout/salmon stamp.Fishing is an excellent way to get outside and connect as a family. It is also a great opportunity to relax and connect with the outdoors while practicing social distancing. If fishing is a new activity for your family, keep things simple – this often makes fishing more fun and safe. The best thing to do is get out there and wet a line. May is an especially good time to fish because the water is warming and the fish are biting.Visit a local park, state forest, fish & wildlife area or state recreation area for fishing opportunities. For public places to fish, see the Where to Fish map at on.IN.gov/where2fish. You can also find nearby urban water with catchable-size channel catfish or rainbow trout at wildlife.IN.gov/7508.htm.This year’s remaining Free Fishing Days are June 6-7 and Sept. 26. To learn more about Free Fishing Days, see dnr.IN.gov/fishfree.When fishing or doing any other activity, Hoosiers should follow posted restrictions and practice social distancing. Your fishing rod is a measure of appropriate social distance. For the most up-to-date information regarding DNR and COVID-19, visit on.IN.gov/dnrcovid19.To view all DNR news releases, please see dnr.IN.gov.
However, Gauff regrouped early on and grabbed a 5-0 lead.Ostapenko saved two match points and rallied back for 2-5, but Gauff took advantage on her third match point and surged ahead once again.Gauff’s ranking will rise from 110th to around 70th, which means that she will not need to go through qualifying or to get a wildcard in order to earn a place at tennis’ next major, January’s Australian Open.She told the crowd, “One of the biggest thank yous goes to you guys. Thank you for your constant support this week. It’s been an amazing week and I hope to come back in the future.” Coco Gauff, the 15-year-old tennis phenom from Delray Beach, became the youngest Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) winner since Nicole Vaidisova in 2004, on Sunday.The local teen defeated 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 in Linz, Austria.Gauff lost during the qualifying rounds but made the tournament’s main draw when another player pulled out due to an injury.She then went on to reach her first quarterfinal, grab her first top-10 win and her first title.“I’ll definitely remember this moment for the rest of my life,” she told the crowd.Gauff collected a check of $43,000 for the match.Ostapenko seemed to have momentum heading into the final set Sunday.We knew this would just be a matter of time…@CocoGauff wins her first singles title at the age of 15 : @WTA pic.twitter.com/C98skKS6gl— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) October 13, 2019
O’Neill has yet to sign the new deal he agreed with the F.A.I however he says it won’t be an issue and he “absolutely” wants to keep Roy Keane on as his assistant. Meanwhile, John O’Shea has praised Shane Duffy despite his red card in yesterdays defeat to the French. O’Shea says the Blackburn defender has proven his worth to the Irish set up.Today at the Euro’s Italy meet Spain at 5 and Iceland clash with England at 8.If Italy can get past defending champions Spain in Paris, they’ll face World Cup winners Germany in the quarter-finals.
A man has appeared in court charged with extortion and making threats to kill.Letterkenny District Court.Miroslow Klukzak, 37, appeared before Letterkenny District Court. He is charge with the offences on April 4th, 2013 at 20 Celtic Apartments, Pearse Road, Letterkenny.No details of the alleged offences were given in court.Klukzak, of 59 The Maples, Lismonaghan, Letetrkenny was sent forward for trial at the Letterkenny Circuit Court on January 28th next.MAN CHARGED WITH EXTORTION AND MAKING THREATS TO KILL was last modified: January 20th, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:extortionJudge Paul KellyLetterkenny District Courtthreats to kill
Robot Dog Astro Can Sit, Lie Down, and Save LivesMIT’s AI Knitting System Designs, Creates Woven Garments Stay on target Robotic arms can already perform surgery, give people tattoos and play one hell of a game of ping pong. Thanks to a DARPA project, now they can even fly airplanes.Virginia-based Aurora Flight Services calls their creation ALIAS: Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System. Aurora says that it’s all about “allowing humans to perform tasks best suited to humans and automation to perform tasks best suited to automation.” It’s actually a two-part system. There’s the robotic arm that takes over the co-pilot’s seat and a dedicated tablet.The tablet allows the human pilot to do things like engage and disengage ALIAS… and presumably play Hearthstone once ALIAS takes over and does all the hard stuff. No, not really, but the pilot can take a bit of a breather and limit duties to things like keeping an eye on cloud formations — or incoming threats in a military setting.Autopilot sure has come a long way since Ted Striker had to deal with this joker as a co-pilot…ALIAS is a lot more than just an arm. Its eyes, ears, and brain all play very important roles, too. They allow it to take instructions and learn control layouts of a new aircraft in as little as thirty minutes. To date, ALIAS has learned how to fly a simulator and a real Cessna and now it’s learning to fly a helicopter — all in just over twelve months’ time.It’s an extremely impressive feat, despite all the jokes that get cracked about flying an aircraft being so easy that even John Travolta can do it.