Police Search For Abducted Pennsylvania Teen

first_imgShare:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) JAMESTOWN – The Pennsylvania State Police issued an amber alert Tuesday morning in search of an abducted 15-year-old.Police say Damion Mickey is a white male, 5’5″ tall, 120lbs, with blue eyes, blonde hair, wearing an orange t-shirt, and red sweatshirt.Police say he was last seen on Tuesday between the hours of 2 a.m. and 3 a.m. in the area of Fairview Avenue in Connellsville City, Pennsylvania.The teen was allegedly abducted by 32-year-old Kieth Bradshaw. Bradshaw’s clothing description is unknown, although police say he is a white male, 5’4″ tall, 160lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes.The two are believed to be traveling in a white in color 2018 Chevrolet Malibu four door sedan bearing Pennsylvania registration KYB1942.Anyone with information about the abduction should immediately contact the police by calling 911.last_img read more

Renewables now more economic than coal in China, analysts say

first_img FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailPrint分享Bloomberg:China’s green light to build more coal-fired power plants probably won’t usher in a flurry of new construction as most policies and investments in the top energy user will tilt toward renewable sources.More than 10 regions will be freed of their overcapacity tag in 2022, clearing a hurdle for them to resume building coal-fired plants. But many of the nation’s largest power companies are under a state drive to develop more clean energy projects, according to Morningstar Inc., which expects growth in coal-fired capacity to lag other sources.“The profitability of coal-fired power plants is so low, there’s no incentive for them to build more,” said Morningstar analyst Jennifer Song. “China as a whole has set consumption targets for renewable energy sources. We can see those large power groups also have quotas to build more renewable projects.”Businesses and governments are tracking China’s efforts to transform its energy mix as its massive scale could shape global trends and spur a faster transition toward renewable energy. In its battle against pollution, China has spent more on renewable energy than any other country and led a campaign to burn gas instead of coal. Yet it’s still pumping money at home and abroad into coal-fired generation, and it’s forecast by the International Energy Agency to continue to consume about half the world’s coal through 2023.Data on Monday showed China’s investment during January-March in thermal power plants, which mostly consist of coal-fired generators, slumped 30 percent from a year earlier. In contrast, spending on hydropower and wind power projects rose 48 percent and 30 percent, respectively.“Most of the capital expenditure planned by coal-fired power companies will be in renewable energy,” said Song Qiuyi, a Shanghai-based analyst at Capital Securities Corp., adding the latest assessment from NEA won’t change the situation.More: New coal plants are just too expensive in China, analysis says Renewables now more economic than coal in China, analysts saylast_img read more

How and when to attend 2016 Dodgers Fan Fest

first_imgThe fourth annual FanFest at Dodger Stadium is scheduled for Saturday, January 30 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Parking gates open at 9:30 a.m. Parking and admission are both free of charge.For the first time, fans will require a ticket to take part in the event. Anyone planning to attend will need to go online and download the free ticket from www.dodgers.com/fanfest.WHENSaturday, Jan. 30, 2016, from 10 a.m. — 4 p.m. Newsroom GuidelinesNews TipsContact UsReport an Error COST OF PARKINGParking is free of chargeHIGHLIGHTS OF 2016 FAN FEST• Autograph sessions with current and former Dodger players and coaches• Run the bases experience for all fans• Interviews with current and former Dodgers• @Dodgers social media lounge with charging station• Video Game area with RBI Baseball on Xbox• Photo opportunities inside the Dodger dugout and with the World Series trophyThis event will take place rain or shine; although in case of inclement weather some on-field activities may have to be curtailed.For more info about the Dodgers follow our Inside the Dodgers Blog or head over to dailynews.com/dodgers.center_img WHEREDodger Stadium1000 Elysian Park Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90012PRICE OF ADMISSIONAdmission is free, but fans are require to download a free ticket online at www.dodgers.com/fanfestlast_img read more