Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Pilot Killed - Hawker Hunter military aircraft out of Point Mugu Naval Air Station crashed Wednesday in a ball of fire



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Update: A Hawker Hunter military aircraft out of Point Mugu Naval Air Station crashed Wednesday in a ball of fire along Highway 1, killing the pilot.
The aircraft was registered to military contractor, Hunter Aviation International, Inc.
The pilot was a civilian who worked for the contractor.
Read KTLA's story here: http://ktlane.ws/1tjZgUS
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11 things successful people never do at the end of the workday

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The last 10 minutes of your workday are equally as important as the first 10.
"Whatever you do right before leaving the office will have a significant impact on your mood when you get home, the start of your next morning, and thus the entire next workday," explains Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job."
She says we all have a choice to be strategic about the next day, or to just bask in the glory of our day's work being done, distracted by the late-day buzz around us. "Successful people always do the former," says Taylor. "In fact, most of them have a routine in which they use those last 10 minutes to mitigate tasks that will linger and deter them from being completely focused for the next morning's events."
Michael Kerr, an international business speaker and author of "You Can't Be Serious! Putting Humor to Work," agrees that "successful people are successful precisely because they have routines, and how they finish their day is an important part of their strategy for success."
When you're strategic during the last few minutes of your workday, you'll build the foundation for a much more productive morning — "and likely reap the rewards throughout the entire next day," Taylor adds.  
Here are 11 things successful people almost never do in the last 10 minutes of the workday:
1. They don't make big decisions or try to make significant progress on a big project.
"Successful people never tackle a project or make an important decision that requires a lot of brainpower or focus at the very end of the workday," Kerr explains. "Leave important writing or thinking tasks for the following morning, when your brain is at its peak energy, and instead use this time to focus on clearing off simpler tasks, planning, and reflecting."
2. They don't start or assign new projects.
In those last 10 minutes of the workday, there's a good chance you and your team are already mentally checked out, so you'd be better off waiting until the next morning to start on any new project (or give out any new assignments), when you're all refreshed and recharged.  
"Avoid the temptation to dole out assignments when things are hurried," Taylor says. "You may not leave enough time for necessary discussion or instructions, resulting in false starts, not to mention a drain on team morale. This kind of task can usually wait for the morning."
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3. They don't get sucked into someone else's crisis. 
Getting into any sort of emotional conversation or potentially contentious issues at the end of the day can be a sure fire recipe for bringing stress home with you, Kerr says. "And with your energy levels depleted, and your focus likely elsewhere, the end of the day is never the best time to tackle something heavy."
4. They don't leave people hanging.
If you promised someone — a colleague, a client, your boss — that you'd respond to an email, give them an update, or provide a response by the end of the day, it's important that you follow through.
It's rude and unprofessional to leave someone hanging. "Don't assume they can wait," says Taylor. "You wouldn't want to be the one waiting around for a response, would you?"
Even saying something like, "I know I said I'd get back to you on this today, but unfortunately I won't get to this until tomorrow," is better than saying nothing.
5. They don't leave their desk messy.
Successful people try to never leave their workspace completely disorganized at the end of the day.
"No one likes to start their workday entering a chaotic scene, so taking a few minutes to organize your space ensures you'll be starting your day with a clean slate. Literally," Kerr says.
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6. They don't leave without saying goodbye.  
"Maybe you had a challenging day, but it's worth the effort to be seen and say a friendly goodbye to your coworkers and boss," says Taylor. "Darting for the exit can unwittingly send the wrong message, and in the absence of information, the worst can easily be assumed."
7. They don't leave without checking their calendar for the next day.  
There's almost nothing worse than arriving at the office in the morning and learning you have a big meeting in 10 minutes. "Successful people know to review their schedule and plan for the following day — and most importantly, visualize how the day will unfold," Kerr says. This will allow you to go into the next workday feeling better prepared, more confident, and less stressed.
8. They don't send hasty emails.
"Never send an email that hasn't been thought through clearly and proofed in your zeal to get it done," says Taylor. "You may be misunderstood, or worse, cause unnecessary angst because the tone seems terse." You wouldn't want someone to go home upset or confused, unable to sleep well that night.
"Instead, consider making a reminder note to yourself about the email for the morning, or save the document as a draft," she adds.
9. They don't beat themselves up for not accomplishing everything on their to-do list.
"Rome, as the old expression goes, was not built in a day, and neither is your success," Kerr says. "One of the worst things you can do is stew about the lack of focus or success on a given day."
Instead, remind yourself of your "wins." And if it was a particularly "off day," then remind yourself that there's always tomorrow. "Give yourself permission to let go of the negative and start the following day with renewed energy and a fresh start," he suggests.
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10. They don't feed the rumor mill.
Being friendly is great, but avoid being drawn into office gossip or the rumor mill, which can run rampant at the end of the day.  
11. They don't hang around.
Successful people avoid the temptation to linger. They know how important work-life balance is, so they try to leave the office at a decent hour.   
"Don't allow yourself to daydream or get distracted by something at the very end of the day," says Taylor. "Move on and out."  
Kerr agrees. "Knowing when to stop can be a key to balancing a busy schedule and creating a balanced life for yourself. So do your best to keep to a schedule."
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Julius Randle’s injury is yet another cruel blow to crumbling Lakers



As the NBA draft approached, team doctors warned front office executives: Feel free to choose Kentucky’s Julius Randle, but he needed surgery to protect against long-term issues with his right foot.
“Where the broken bone was held together, the bone had rotated slightly,” one NBA executive told Yahoo Sports. “It was not aligned perfectly. Our guys felt that, despite [Randle] not feeling pain, it should be fixed for long-term stability.”
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Lakers forward Julius Randle is removed on a stretcher  Tuesday night. (AP Photo)
Lakers forward Julius Randle is removed on a stretcher Tuesday night. (AP Photo)
Several general managers had come to that conclusion based on the recommendations of medical staff, but the Los Angeles Lakers studied the foot, the screw inserted within it and chose a different course. The Lakers selected Randle seventh overall and disagreed with the findings of several teams choosing inside and out of the lottery. The Lakers had access to study the foot longer and closer, and declared unnecessary a procedure that would’ve cost Randle two months of summertime recovery.
As it turned out, it wouldn’t be Randle’s right foot on the opening night of his NBA career, but his right tibia. He broke his leg on Tuesday night in Los Angeles, crumpling to the floor and leaving a stunned, sober Staples Center. It was a jarring sight, a 19-year-old, full of talent and character and promise, lost for months now.
The Lakers are desperate for cornerstones with whom to count upon, and Randle offers no cause for comfort. The franchise has so much invested in Randle, a 6-foot-9 forward with shooting skill and rebounding strength. The Lakers forfeited first-round picks in 2013 and '15 in the Steve Nash trade debacle – as well as two more second-round picks – and that only makes the need for Randle’s development so much more significant.
The Lakers are gutted of young, developing talent, promising a chasm that free agency won’t solve. The Lakers could be so bad this season it’s possible the protection on the draft pick to the Phoenix Suns – through No. 5 – could postpone the pick’s passage until 2016.
Since leaving Kentucky in the spring, Randle had a jagged transition into professional basketball. Randle had been so out of shape, he couldn’t properly finish a workout with the Boston Celtics, sources said. Randle had his ex-AAU coach largely running his predraft process, and most teams believed that Randle paid a price for the inexperience.
Some teams were told this by Randle’s advisers: His workouts had to be one-on-none, which made little sense given that Randle’s edge as a prospect came with physically punishing people; not so much solo in shooting and finesse drills.
For several weeks in the spring, Randle’s conditioning and the uncertainty surrounding the healing of that high school injury left his draft stock precarious. After breaking his foot in the fall of his high school senior year, Randle returned sooner than expected. Around Randle, there was a push for him to make the McDonald’s All American Game, the research of NBA teams indicated. That couldn’t happen unless Randle returned for the state tournament in Texas, which he did in 2013.


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Randle practiced every day for Kentucky, never missed games and had a fabulous freshman season. Eventually, his talent started to show in the predraft process. As time progressed, so did Randle’s conditioning and stamina. He impressed the Lakers, selling them instantly in his workouts.
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Kobe Bryant had taken the talented Julius Randle under his wing. (AP)
Kobe Bryant had taken the talented Julius Randle under his wing. (AP)
Through it all, Randle remained a terrific young man, humble and willing to embrace instruction. Most teams believed he had never been fully aware of the league’s concerns surrounding his foot, because he seemed surprised when the issue was raised in meetings.
Once drafted by the Lakers in late June, Randle’s progress was slowed in summer league, because the Lakers still hadn’t hired Byron Scott. Randle had no real direction on how to prepare for training camp, how to narrow the focus of his game to fit into the coach’s vision. Almost naturally, he fell into bad habits in summer league, and some of that had to be redirected in training camp. Randle became a personal project of Kobe Bryant, who has been relentlessly patient and supportive of him. Before they carted Randle off the floor, Bryant’s hand was one of the final that he squeezed.
The Lakers are a spiraling franchise, trapped between the twilight of Bryant’s greatness and a bridge to nowhere. They carried a 19-year-old talent out of the arena on opening night, and maybe most unsettling of all could be that a broken leg still isn’t the most uncertain long-term issue on that limb. For the sake of their tomorrow, the Los Angeles Lakers need something strong – something solid – and still it all feels so flimsy.

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BABY WIPES RECALLED DUE TO POSSIBLE BACTERIA




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Tests showed the presence of a bacteria in some of these products, and Nutek Disposables is now recalling all of its baby wipe products as a precaution


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Two in California monitored as low-risk for Ebola




Two people who recently returned to Riverside County, Calif. from West Africa have been monitored for two weeks for Ebola as a precaution, health officials said Tuesday.
They are considered low-risk for developing the disease, according to the Riverside County Department of Public Health. Neither person shows symptoms of the virus and denies contact with anyone who had the illness during their travels. Riverside is a large county in the foothills and desert southeast of Los Angeles.
Both people, who are staying at their respective homes, have been cooperative with health officials. No family members are being monitored.




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