Canelo vs Rocky Pesaje Oficial desde el Madison Square Garden de La Ciudad de Nueva York

Dec 14, 2018

Nueva York, NY-Canelo vs Rocky Pesaje Oficial desde el Madison Square Garden de La Ciudad de Nueva York, los pugilistas están listos para el gran combate que se llevará el día de mañana en el MSG la pelea se podrá ver descargando la aplicación DAZN con tan solo $9.99 al mes, veras mas de 100 peleas, el primer mes es gratis.  https://watch.dazn.com/en-US/sports/

Sin dar problema en el peso (167.4 libras), el mexicano y el inglés están listos para verse las caras en el ring el día de mañana, en la meca del boxeo como lo es el Madison Square Garden, para disputarse el título Supermediano de la AMB.

Los aficionados y los expertos pronostican que será una pelea fácil para el Canelo, pero sin descalificar al inglés, Rocky Fielding ya que la altura y el peso le da una ventaja sobre Saul Canelo, pero cabe mencionar que Saul es un joven que ha hecho historia con tan solo una derrota, Canelo hacía mención que a él le gustan los retos y que sin duda va hacer  historia en el MSG.

 


Press Release de Última Hora

Las declaraciones de Oscar De La Hoya y Camille Estephan sobre la cancelación de la pelea contra David Lemieux:

Oscar De La Hoya, Presidente y CEO de Golden Boy Promotions:

“La seguridad de nuestros luchadores siempre nos preocupa mucho”, dijo Oscar De La Hoya, CEO y Presidente de Golden Boy Promotions. “Aunque entendemos que David Lemieux está en condición estable, siempre debemos tomar precauciones cuando tratamos la salud de nuestros luchadores, especialmente porque sabemos la consecuencia de reducir el peso de manera inadecuada. Dicho esto, hemos hablado con nuestros socios en Eye of The Tiger Management y hemos cancelado esta pelea. Le deseamos a Lemieux lo mejor y sabemos que volverá más fuerte que nunca “.

Camille Estephan, Eye of the Tiger Management:

“Debido a problemas de salud, David Lemieux fue trasladado al hospital para una evaluación”, dijo Camille Estephan, presidenta de Eye of The Tiger Management. “Estaba considerablemente debilitado por el proceso de hacer peso. Hubo preocupación con respecto a sus signos vitales y fue llevado de inmediato al hospital para estar en manos del personal médico. Se están realizando pruebas para garantizar su seguridad y salud, así como el tratamiento intravenoso para la rehidratación. Actualmente se encuentra en el hospital, por lo que hemos tomado la decisión de cancelar su combate “.

Declaración de Golden Boy Promotions sobre la cancelación de la pelea de Vergil Ortiz, Jr.:
“La Comisión de Deportes del Estado de Nueva York no permitió que Vergil Ortiz Jr. luchara debido a una regla que impide a los combatientes que se sometieron a una cirugía ocular Lasik. Ortiz Jr. se sometió a una cirugía ocular Lasik a principios de octubre y, por lo tanto, no podrá luchar “.

 

 

 

 

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David Calderon
Fotos: Huriel Bello
Video: Levi Morales

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Suspect Charged, Wanted in Shooting at 11573 South Wilcrest Drive

Dec 14, 2018
Suspect Charged, Wanted in Shooting at 11573 South Wilcrest Drive
Charges have been filed against a suspect wanted in the fatal shooting of a man at 11573 South Wilcrest Drive about 4:35 a.m. on June 24.

The suspect, Jose Luis Aviles (H/m, 23), is charged with murder in the 208th State District Court.  A photo of Aviles, as well as a previously released surveillance photo is attached to this news release.

He is charged in the death of Jesus Aviles-Macedo, 44.

HPD Homicide Division Sergeant M. Holbrook and Detective J. Roscoe and Major Assaults & Family Violence Division Detective R. Rivera reported:

Mr. Aviles-Macedo was inside the “La Oficina” bar at the above address when he was shot by another patron, Jose Aviles.  Alviles-Macedo died at the scene.

A preliminary investigation by HPD Homicide and Major Assaults & Family Division detectives determined Aviles was also involved in a shooting incident at 11658 Southwest Freeway on August 7, 2016, in which shots were fired at a security guard.  In that incident, Aviles got into an altercation with the security guard and left the scene in a vehicle.  He then returned in another vehicle armed with a gun and fired several shots at the security guard, but did not strike him.  Aviles has been charged with aggravated assault of a security officer in the 208th District Court for his role in that incident.

Surveillance video of Aviles as the shooter in the 2016 incident, can be viewed on the HPD YouTube channel at https://youtu.be/A_oLibPMyIw

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jose Luis Aviles is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Shooting at 1714 Collingsworth

Dec 12, 2018
Suspect Arrested, Charged in Shooting at 1714 Collingsworth
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the shooting of a man at 1714 Collingsworth about 11:20 p.m. on Monday (December 10).

The suspect, H.B. Lane (b/m, 42), is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the 185th State District Court.

A booking photo of Lane is attached to this news release.

The victim, Donnell Greer, 46, was transported to an area hospital where he was treated and released.

HPD Major Assaults & Family Violence Division Detectives G. Black and A. Hernandez reported:

Mr. Greer was inside a business at the above address waiting for his work shift to begin when Lane approached and asked him if he had a problem.  Lane then shot Greer several times.  Lane was detained by security until HPD patrol officers arrived.  Houston Fire Department paramedics responded to the scene and transported Greer to the hospital.

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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 794 Prosper

Dec 6, 2018
Suspect Arrested, Charged in Fatal Shooting at 794 Prosper
A suspect charged and wanted in the fatal shooting of a man at 794 Prosper about 2:25 a.m. on September 9 is now in custody.

The suspect, Joseph Deshun Dunn (b/m, 33), was arrested on Tuesday (Dec. 4) after being charged with murder in the 180th State District Court for his role in the killing of Antonio Hogan, 37.

A booking photo of Dunn is attached to this news release.

HPD Homicide Division  Sergeant M. Holbrook and Detectives S. Jimenez, T. Jackson and J. Roscoe reported:

Mr. Hogan and a female friend were in front of Hogan’s residence at the above address when a black 4-door sedan with two males inside stopped in front of the house.  The male passenger got out of the car and began arguing with Hogan before pulling out a gun and shooting him.  Both suspects then fled the scene in the sedan, possibly a Chrysler or Cadillac.

The suspects were described only as black males.  The driver was dressed in all black clothing.  The shooter was wearing a white or gray T-shirt.

Further investigation led to the identity of Dunn as the shooter and he was charged with murder on October 2.  Members of the Gulf Coast Violent Offenders Task Force arrested Dunn on Tuesday without incident.  Dunn was found to be in possession of narcotics and he was also charged with felony possession of a controlled substance.

Anyone with information on the other wanted suspect in this case is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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HAPPY SEASON’S READINGS TO ALL KIDS!!! ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS AT HPL

Dec 6, 2018
 

 

HAPPY SEASON’S READINGS TO ALL KIDS!!!
ENJOY THE HOLIDAYS AT HPL

HOUSTON – Enjoy this holiday season with the Houston Public Library (HPL)! Earn fun rewards while reading your favorite holiday classics, tell Santa your wish list in person, and have fun creating festive holiday crafts! All HPL programs are free and open to the public. For more information visit: houstonlibrary.org/season’s-readings or call 832-393-1313.

SIGN UP TO HPL’S WINTER READING PROGRAM
Join the Annual Winter Reading Program this December and have lots of fun during the holidays! Kids can read  any of their favorite books over the holidays and earn prizes during the winter break. All they need to do is read for 20 minutes a day for 10 days to earn a free book! They can also earn collectible buttons for registering, attending programs, and completing their reading goal. This program is for youth ages 0-18.

The Winter Reading Program registration opens December 15, 2018. Prizes will be awarded at their neighborhood library starting December 15, 2018 through January 31, 2019 during operating hours. Prizes are available while they last. For fun programs to attend, kids can check out HPL’s online calendar and look for a neighbor library location to see what activities are scheduled. Some programs include: Preschool Storytime Stained Glass snowflakes Rose Pens and Color Changing Instaworms.

Kids can read anything they like! Books, comics, newspapers, magazine articles, blogs, web pages, listen to an audiobook or have someone read to them; all these types of reading count. If they need reading suggestions, They can check out the “Recommendations” tab in their Beanstack account for Book Lists, that can be found at  or they can even get a personalized reading list from their HPL librarians.


SANTA TO MAKE HIS MAGICAL STOP AT HPL

Ho! Ho! Ho! He’s here! Santa is making a magical stop at HPL, and he’s ready to pick-up every child’s Christmas wish list. Santa is also bringing lots of holiday cheer, music and fun, too. Parents don’t forget your cameras! Capture that special moment when your child meets the jolliest elf himself, Santa. Cherish the moment  for years to come. This event is free and open to the public.

Meet and Greet Santa at the following neighborhood libraries:

Thursday, December 6, 2018 | 6:30 pm
Bracewell Neighborhood Library | 9002 Kingspoint Dr., 77075 | 832-393-2580

Tuesday, December 11, 2018 | 11:30 am
Robinson-Westchase Neighborhood Library | 3223 Wilcrest, 77042 | 832-393-2011

Thursday, December 13, 2018 | 6:00 pm
HPL Express Morris Frank | 10103 Fondren, 77096 | 832-393-2410

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 | 10:30 am
Scenic Woods Regional Library | 10677 Homestead Rd., 77016 | 832-3939-2030

Wednesday, December 19, 2018 | 4:00 pm
Ring Neighborhood Library | 8835 Long Point, 77055 | 832-393-2000

About the Houston Public Library
The Houston Public Library (HPL) operates 37 neighborhood libraries, three HPL Express Libraries, a Central Library, the Houston Metropolitan Research Center, the Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research, The African American Library at the Gregory School, and the Parent Resource Library located in the Children’s Museum of Houston. With more than eight million visits per year in person and online, HPL is committed to excellent customer service and equitable access to information and programs by providing library customers with free use of a diverse collection of printed materials and electronic resources, Internet, laptop and computer use, and a variety of database and reference resources with live assistance online 24/7.
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Suspect Arrested, Charged in Woman’s Death at 8520 LaPorte Freeway

Nov 29, 2018
Suspect Arrested, Charged in Woman’s Death at 8520 LaPorte Freeway
Charges have been filed against a suspect arrested in the death of a woman found at 8520 LaPorte Freeway about 8:45 p.m. on November 21.

The suspect, Luis Moron Romero (H/m, 36), is charged with murder and tampering with evidence in the 185th State District Court.  He is accused in the death of Maria Marquez, 38, of Houston.

A booking photo of Romero is attached to this new release.

HPD Homicide Division Detectives M. Barrow and J. Stroble reported:

HPD officers responded to a report a pickup truck parked in a field at the above address.  Upon arrival, they found the remains of a female inside the vehicle.  At that time, there were no known suspects.

Further investigation identified Romero as the suspect in this case.  He was taken into custody on Tuesday (November 27) and admitted to investigators his involvement in Ms. Marquez’s death.

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Suspect Charged, Wanted in Fatal Shooting

Nov 29, 2018
Suspect Charged, Wanted in Fatal Shooting at 8132 Ogden Street
Charges have been filed against a suspect wanted in the fatal shooting of a woman found at 8132 Ogden Street about 4:40 p.m. on Monday (November 26).

The suspect, Jose Angel Martinez-Espinosa (H/m, 45), is charged with murder in the 180th State District Court.  He is NOT in custody and is wanted in the killing of his wife, Ninfa Macias Martinez, 40, of the above address.

A recent photo of suspect Martinez-Espinosa is attached to this news release.  Investigators believe his hair is a little shorter at this time.

HPD Homicide Division Detectives R. Moss and E. May reported:

HPD patrol officers responded to a shooting call at the above address.  Upon arrival, they found Mrs. Martinez deceased inside the residence.  She was shot multiple times and was initially found by a family friend.

Based upon witness statements, it is believed the incident occurred earlier in the day, possibly some time in the morning.

Further investigation led to the identity of the suspect as Martinez-Espinosa.  He is described as being 5 feet 5 inches tall with a skinny build.  He is believed to be driving a black 2006 Nissan Altima with paper license plates.  It is possible Martinez-Espinosa will flee or has fled to Mexico.

Anyone with information on the whereabouts of Jose Angel Martinez-Espinosa is urged to contact the HPD Homicide Division at 713-308-3600 or Crime Stoppers at 713-222-TIPS.

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Suspects Arrested, Charged in Stabbing Incident at 1708 Gentry

Nov 29, 2018
Suspects Arrested, Charged in Stabbing Incident at 1708 Gentry
Charges have been filed against two suspects arrested in the stabbing of a man at 1708 Gentry Street #A about 6:15 p.m. on Monday (November 26).

The first suspect, Gloria Garza (H/f, 22), is charged with aggravated assault of a family member in the 351st State District Court.  The second suspect, Angel Puente (H/m, 38), is charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in the 351st State District Court.  Photos of both suspects are attached to this news release.

The victim, George Rios, 35, was transported to Ben Taub General Hospital in stable condition.

HPD Major Assaults & Family Violence Division Detectives J. Roberts, A. Hernandez and Officer J. Cimeni reported:

The victim, Mr. Rios, is suspect Garza’s ex-boyfriend.  An argument over child custody escalated into a physical altercation during which both suspects stabbed Rios multiple times.

Rios was transported to the hospital by Houston Fire Department paramedics and both suspects were arrested and charged in this incident.

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Houston trade mission to India opened doors to more economic and cultural expansion

Nov 27, 2018
Mayor: Houston trade mission to India opened doors to more local economic and cultural expansion
HOUSTON – From natural gas demand to tourism, tech innovation, real estate development and more, the Greater Houston Partnership trade mission to India led by Mayor Sylvester Turner found soaring opportunities for the city’s economic and cultural expansion.

“The connection between India, which has the world’s fastest growing economy, and the United States was labeled by President Obama as the defining relationship of the 21stcentury. Houston is now a trend-setter for nurturing this relationship as the result of our trade mission,” Mayor Turner said. “I have no doubt that our business and diplomatic meetings in India will lead to more jobs, wealth, and cultural enrichment in Houston as well as in the emerging sectors of what will soon be the world’s most populous nation.”

Establishing non-stop commercial airline service between Houston and India was among the main focuses of the Nov. 9-17 trip to New Delhi and Mumbai by about 30 business and government officials.

“I’d be very happy if this moves forward very fast,” India Minister of Tourism K.J. Alphons said of the quest for direct flights in a meeting with the mayor and other delegation members. He promised to work through government channels to help clear the way for airlines to obtain permission to establish such flights.

“Direct flights would encourage more business activity and tourism to and from India and Houston,” Mayor Turner said after the trade mission. “It would be a win-win-win for airlines and people at both ends of the routes.”

Houston is the fourth busiest gateway for trade between the U.S. and India. India is Houston’s 10th largest trading partner among nations, with $4.3 billion in trade a year, growing by 36 percent from 2017 to this year.

Global energy business already triggers extensive air travel between Houston and India, which buys $1 billion worth of liquid natural gas from foreign sources every year as its booming population of 1.2 billion people creates a growing demand for energy. Mayor Turner emphasized that Houston has the right mix of know-how and corporate infrastructure to provide more LNG to India.

Indian companies such as Oil India Ltd., Gail Global USA, ONGC Videsh Ltd. and Reliance operate their U.S. headquarters in Houston. Along with Indian information technology companies such as Tech Mahindra and Tata Consulting Services, they employ tens of thousands of people in the Houston area.

Mayor Turner visited executives of Reliance, one of the three largest companies in India, at their headquarters in Mumbai. Reliance buys oil in Houston to feed its refinery in India, which is larger than any in Texas, and recruited construction experts in Houston to expand an Indian hospital that the company funds as part of its social responsibility programs.

“As in many nations around the globe, conducting business in India takes more than offering the best products and services at the lowest prices. It also involves building trust through long-term business relationships,” the mayor added. “That’s why meeting with business and government contacts face to face is one of the many valuable aspects of such a trade mission.”

“The Greater Houston Partnership was pleased to bring this business delegation to New Dehli and Mumbai,” said Susan Davenport, the organization’s chief economic development officer. “From the moment we were on the ground, the connections between the Houston business community and our Indian counterparts were strong, and I am confident new business opportunities and partnerships will result from the visit.”

The mayor and delegation members also met in Mumbai with India Vice President Shri M. Venkaiah Naidu and Mumbai Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar. In New Delhi, Mayor Turner met with executives of BP, the international energy company whose U.S. headquarters are in Houston, and with India government ministers such as Minister of Housing and Urban Affairs Hardeep Singh Puri.

Singh Puri oversees a massive national program to build housing for low-income residents. In talks with Mayor Turner about private engineering and construction firms in Houston that may want to pursue contracts for the housing program, the minister said, “I would be very happy to help you pursue this business.”

Delegation member Gabriella Rowe, chief executive of Station Houston, a startup accelerator aiming to transform Houston into a world-leading hub for technology innovation and entrepreneurship, met with India counterparts at the National Association of Software and Services Companies, the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry, and the Internet and Mobile Association of India to forge innovation alliances.

The Houston delegation also included the CEO of Space Center Houston, William Harris. With India set to launch a manned space rocket in 2022, Space Center Houston stands to attract more tourists from India. Thousands of Indian tourists already visit the uniquely diverse city of Houston each year, spending an average of about $8,000 per person, and many come to visit relatives, who have had an indelible impact on the city’s kaleidoscope of cultures. The Houston area contains 82,000 people born in India and an additional 200,000 people of Indian heritage.

Mayor Turner also visited sites in New Delhi with connections to future cultural amenities in Houston for residents and visitors alike.
The mayor examined the Aga Khan Development Network’s restoration and expansion of buildings and grounds at Hamayun’s Tomb, a 16th century attraction that inspired the design of the Taj Mahal in Agra, India. The Aga Khan Foundation, led by the spiritual leader of Islam’s Ismaili movement worldwide, has announced plans to build a cultural center in central Houston.

The mayor also visited the serene Mahatma Gandhi Memorial, named for “the father of India.” Indo-Americans in Houston have purchased land in far southwest Houston to build a corresponding Gandhi museum.

The delegation included Houston Vice Mayor Pro Tem Jerry Davis and Council Member Jack Christie.

Partial funding for the trade mission came from the city’s Hotel Occupancy Tax.

Mayor meets with Indian business owners seeking to expand trade with Houston companies.
Mayor and delegation members meet with leaders of BP in India.
Mayor and guide visit memorial statue of Mahatma Gandhi in New Delhi, prefacing creation of a museum in Houston.
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Mayor’s statement on the death of Houston Texans owner Bob McNair

Nov 27, 2018
Mayor’s statement on the death of Houston Texans owner Bob McNair
HOUSTON – Mayor Sylvester Turner’s statement on the death of Houston Texans owner Robert C. “Bob” McNair:

:”After The Houston Oilers left Houston for Tennessee, Bob and his family brought NFL football back to Houston, where it certainly belongs. Bob was also instrumental in the construction of NRG Stadium and was the force that brought the 2017 Super Bowl to our city. Fittingly, the premier sports arena was the site of one of the best Super Bowls ever.

“But football was not the only good thing Bob McNair gave to Houston. He and his family were very generous to many community and local philanthropic causes. He was a bold and visionary Houstonian who will long be remembered here. We extend our prayers to his wife Janice and family, and we lift them up at this time.”

 

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