Missing 3yearold boy in Linda Vista found after intensive fivehour search

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Updated: 7:59 PM Posted: October 9, 2018 Missing 3-year-old boy in Linda Vista found after intensive five-hour search October 9, 2018 , KUSI Newsroom , KUSI Newsroom, **UPDATE** Thank you to everyone for their help. Kevin Serrano has been safely located. pic.twitter.com/pklfvKI0bL— San Diego Police Department (@SanDiegoPD) October 9, 2018After initial police investigations, officials have determined Maria Flores provided police with false information on her son’s welfare. According to the latest press release, Flores was arrested for 148.3(a) PC (filing a false police report), and was booked in to jail on the charge. 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – A toddler who went missing under “highly unusual” circumstances in Linda Vista Tuesday was found unharmed following an intensive five-hour search of the neighborhood just north of Mission Valley, a police lieutenant said.The exhaustive efforts to find 3-year-old Kevin Serrano began in the late morning and continued into the mid-afternoon, when the boy was “safely located,” according to San Diego police. It was not immediately clear where the errant tyke turned up.Officers scoured streets, yards and canyons around the Serrano family’s home in the 2500 block of Ulric Street on foot, aboard patrol motorcycles and from above in a police helicopter. Search teams with scenting dogs also took part.The child’s mother reported him missing about 10:15 a.m., telling officers she had left him alone in a room in their apartment for about five minutes and returned to find him gone.The woman “frantically” searched the grounds of the complex for about 10 minutes before making a 911 call, Lt. Christian Sharp told reporters.“(We) have the helicopter and about 30-plus officers and more officers arriving in to continue the search,” Sharp said at midday.The brown-haired, roughly 35-pound boy, who was wearing blue “Cookie Monster” pajamas at the time of his disappearance, had no history of wandering away from home, the lieutenant told news crews.The child’s mother told police the front door to their apartment was closed but unlocked when she left the room her son was in and remained so when she returned to find him gone.“So this is highly unusual, and that’s why we’re taking this extremely seriously,” Sharp said.Shortly after 3 p.m., police announced that Kevin had been found. The agency did not immediately provide details about how and where he had been located.last_img read more

Linux and Intel 386 processors will part ways

first_img “This tree removes ancient 386 CPU support and thus zaps quite a bit of complexity, which has plagued us with extra work whenever we wanted to change SMP primitives, for years,” Molnar wrote in a message to Linux kernel creator Torvalds. He spoke of the “nostalgic cost being that “your old original 386 DX33 system from early 1991 won’t be able to boot modern Linux kernels anymore.” Torvalds replied, I’m not sentimental. Good riddance.”Intel’s 32-bit 386 processor was first introduced in 1985 and production continued until 2007. In May 2006, Intel announced that 80386 production would stop at the end of September 2007. The Linux kernel was released in 1991 and was eventually ported to a number of computer hardware platforms. The general reaction among technology bloggers is that Torvalds’ decision to make the 386 processors history for Linux is not expected to bother most Linux users except for those who choose to still build on very old rigs. As for Linux moving forward, Linux 3.7 was launched on December 10. Torvalds wrote”It’s been a somewhat drawn out release despite the 3.7 merge window having otherwise appeared pretty straightforward, and none of the rc’s were all that big either. But we’re done, and this means that the merge window will close on Christmas eve.Or rather, I’ll probably close it a couple of days early. For obvious reasons. It’s the main commercial holiday of the year, after all.”Part of the news about this release is support for the ARM 64-bit architecture, with ARM support to boot into different systems using the same kernel, which translates into portability across different hardware setups. There is also support for the Intel “supervisor mode access prevention” (SMAP) security feature. The release carries new drivers and fixes too. Citation: Linux and Intel 386 processors will part ways (2012, December 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2012-12-linux-intel-processors-ways.html Explore further Ubuntu 7.04 to Arrive April 19 This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (Phys.org)—Earlier this week Linus Torvalds took away support for 386 CPUs from the Linux kernel. He agreed with the position of Red Hat engineer and Linux kernel developer Ingo Molnar to drop support for Intel’s old 386 microprocessors. For Linux users, the world is not coming to a halt. All it means is that the 386 DX33 chip will not be able to run in future versions of Linux, just in existing versions of the kernel. Intel 386-DX owners, for whatever hobbyist or other reasons, will not be able to enjoy the new Linux versions starting with 3.8. Molnár explained that the extra work involved in continuing support was greater than the returns in benefits. © 2012 Phys.orglast_img read more

Two concerts feature songs of yesteryears

first_imgAt a concert on December 6, the focus was Bengali theatre and its music, specifically songs, used in cinema or chhaya-chhabi right from its birth on screen in the early twentieth century. Over the years, these film-songs were influenced by the popular genre of theatre or Mancha-Gatha. The songs touch all aspects of life — romance, weddings, funerals, rituals, get-togethers, even protests — and emerge as a medium to articulate every shade of joy and sorrow, love and longing, hope and despair. “In films like Sita and Alibaba, made in the 1930s, the songs from the original plays were used. We have covered the period from 1917 to 2017 in the concert. Also, some films from Bangladesh which have used songs from their theatre have been used”, director of the event Devajit Bandopadhyay told Millennium Post. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe concert was held at the Academy of Fine Arts where singers like Riddhi Bandyopadhyay and Devajit Bandyopadhyay performed, the narrator was Samiul Islam Poluck (Bangladesh), the script and direction was by Devajit Bandyopadhyay and his team, Academy Theatre Production.Songs like Keno Dekha Dile (Jor Borat), Aar Rekhona Amay (Notir Puja) by Riddhi Bandyopadhyay, Aji Esechhi (Shahjahan/Film-Balika Badhu), Karar Ei Lauha Kapat (Jibon Theke Neya) by Devajit Bandyopadhyay are worth a mention. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveIn another concert, poets and songwriters like Tagore, Dwijendralal, Atulprasad, Rajanikanta, Himanshu Dutta, Dilip Kumar Roy who enriched the horizon of Bengali music scene with their melodious creations were showcased. Many of the songs got instant fame but many went unnoticed. Riddhi Bandyopadhyay, a noted vocalist, known for her brand “Pancha Kabir Gaan” initiated and conceptualized a musical, Smriti Bismritir Gaan”, at Abanindra Gallery (ICCR). The venture was jointly initiated by ‘Riddhi A Step for Music’ and ICCR. Singers like Riddhi Bandyopadhyay, Haimanti Shukla, Devajit Bandyopadhyay, Lopamudra Mitra, Sahana Bakshi performed at the event. What’s more, an audio CD titled PRONAAM featuring songs of Atul Prasad Sen was released on Perennial Records. Interestingly it features a song by legendary film actor Pahari Sanyal which came up for the first time in an audio CD. The rest of the six songs have been rendered by Riddhi Bandyopadhyay. ‘Ke Abar Bajay Banshi’, ‘Ami Jabona Ghore’ (Riddhi Bandyopadhyay), ‘Ami Okriti Adham’, ‘Keu Nayan Mude’ (Sahana Bakshi), ‘Swapan Parer Daak Shunechhi’, ‘Ulangini Nache Ranarange’ (Lopamudra Mitra), ‘Jibon Marane Eso’, ‘Jodi Diyechho Badhuya’ (Sudip Bandyopadhyay), ‘Aji Esechhi Badhu Hey,’ ‘Dhano Dhanyo Pushpe Bhora’ (Devajit Bandyopadhyay), ‘Diyechho Jibon Amrito Soman’, ‘Phir Kisiki Yaad Ayi’ (Haimanti Shukla) were presented. Undoubtedly, it was an unforgettable evening meant for music buffs.last_img read more