Month: June 2018

News Update!!: Needles, CA: Person killed in fatal pedestrian versus train collision identified.

News Update!!: Needles, CA: Person killed in fatal pedestrian versus train collision identified.

ZachNews has just received the identity of the pedestrian killed in a fatal pedestrian versus train collision that occurred west of Needles, California on Friday, June 29th, 2018.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Coroner’s Division, the person has been identified as 22 year old Fidel Connacher, resident of Needles, California.

 

In the press release from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Coroner’s Division posted Saturday, “On 06/29/2018, a 911 call was received at 4:37 PM from the BNSF Railroad reporting a man was struck by a train on the tracks 1/2 miles east of Arrowhead Junction west of Needles. Emergency personnel responded to find Fidel Connacher, a 22 year old resident of Needles, dead at the scene. The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the incident.

Moments ago, Needles City Manager Rick Daniels issued this statement on the loss of Fidel Connacher.

The City of Needles is saddened to hear of the loss of Fidel Connacher. Fidel was a valuable member of the Rivers Edge Golf Course family. Fidel was the first person to assist golf patrons with their bags and carts. He welcomed them with his broad smile and engaging personality. He brightened every room he entered. He will be missed as a friend and colleague. Fidel was a success story; beginning as an intern, progressing to part-time work, and was scheduled to begin this upcoming month in a full time position assisting in the management of the pro shop. He was being trained and groomed to eventually assume golf shop operations and outside services at Rivers Edge. We all share in his loss and extend our prayers and heartfelt condolences to his family. Rick Daniels“.

** ZachNews and the community sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the Fidel Connacher. **

News Update!!: Needles, CA: Pedestrian versus train collision confirmed fatal.

News Update!!: Needles, CA: Pedestrian versus train collision confirmed fatal.

The California Highway Patrol has confirmed to ZachNews that a fatal collision involving a pedestrian and a train occurred west of Needles, California.

The collision occurred at around 4:43pm PT on Friday, June 29th, 2018 along the railroad tracks, a quarter of a mile east of U.S. Highway 95 near Goffs Road.

San Bernardino County Fire Department responded to the collision scene along with the California Highway Patrol.

According to California Highway Patrol Sgt. Adelmann, the train was a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train that was carrying cargo freight and was traveling eastbound.

The cargo freight train blocked the railroad cross along U.S. Highway 95.

U.S. Highway 95 from Interstate 40 to Nevada State Route 163 and a “SigAlert” was issued.

According to California Highway Patrol Sgt. Adelmann, San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Coroner’s Division responded to the scene and the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department is investigating the fatal collision.

California Highway Patrol Sgt. Adelmann also tells ZachNews that U.S. Highway 95 between Interstate 40 and Nevada State Route 163 is being reopened.

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the victim in the fatal collision. **

Stay tuned to ZachNews for more news updates with more information regarding this news story.

 

Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Report of a pedestrian being hit by a train.

Breaking News!!: Needles, CA: Report of a pedestrian being hit by a train.

According to the California Highway Patrol, a pedestrian was hit by a train along U.S. Highway 95 near Goffs Road west of Needles, California.

The collision occurred at around 4:43pm PT on Friday, June 29th, 2018.

Reports from the California Highway Patrol that the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Coroner’s Division have been called.

Reports from the California Highway Patrol that the train, a Burlington Northern Santa Fe train, is blocking U.S. Highway 95.

U.S. Highway 95 is closed from Interstate 40 to Nevada State Route 163.

The California Highway Patrol are advising motorists to head east along Interstate 40 to Needles Highway north to Nevada State Route 163 west to get around the closure.

The Nevada Highway Patrol Motorists are advising motorists to head east along Nevada State Route 163 to Needles Highway south to Interstate 40 west get around the closure.

More information is still coming into ZachNews.

Colorado River Tri-State: Mohave County Sheriff’s Office will be actively participating in Operation Dry Water 2018.

Colorado River Tri-State: Mohave County Sheriff’s Office will be actively participating in Operation Dry Water 2018.

The Mohave County Sheriff’s Office will be actively participating in Operation Dry Water from Friday, June 29th, 2018 to Sunday, July 1st, 2018 along the Colorado River, including lake areas, in the Colorado River Tri-State area, including Mohave Valley, Arizona area and the Lake Havasu area.

According to the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office, Operation Dry Water is a national awareness and enforcement campaign focused on reducing the number of alcohol – and drug- related crashes and fatalities and fostering a stronger, more visible deterrent to alcohol and drug use on the water.

Operation Dry Water is coordinated by the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA), in partnership with the United States Coast Guard as well as local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.

Launched in 2009 by NASBLA in partnership with the United States Coast Guard, Operation Dry Water has been a highly successful campaign, drawing public attention to the dangers of boating under the influence (BUI) of alcohol and drugs.

Since it began in 2009, law enforcement officers have removed 3,038 BUI operators from the nation’s waterways and made contact with over 1.1 million boaters during the annual three-day weekend.

The campaign continues to make a significant impact on boater safety and spreading the message of the danger of boating under the influence.

Mohave County Sheriff’s Office Deputies, Division of Boating Safety, and Sheriff’s Volunteer Posse members will all be participating in this national movement to try and make our waterways a safer place to be this holiday weekend.

** More information regarding Operation Dry Water can be found at the following website address: **

http://www.operationdrywater.org/

** Picture Above from the Mohave County Sheriff’s Office: **

Colorado River Tri-State: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station will be actively participating in Operation Dry Water 2018.

Colorado River Tri-State: San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station will be actively participating in Operation Dry Water 2018.

According to the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station, the Marine Enforcement Unit will be patrolling the Colorado River and Lake Havasu this weekend participating in Operation Dry Water from Friday, June 29th, 2018 to Sunday, July 1st, 2018 in the Colorado River Tri-State area, including the Needles, California area and Havasu Lake, California areas near Lake Havasu.

The San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station’s goal is to reduce the number of drug and alcohol related accidents on the water. Remember to designate a sober operator.

According to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, launching Operation Dry Water before the Fourth of July holiday is key to preventing accidents and saving lives. California and U.S. Coast Guard recreational boating statistics repeatedly show the Fourth of July as the deadliest holiday for accidents. Alcohol was a contributing factor in 31 percent of California’s boating fatalities over the past five years where testing was conducted. Nationally, alcohol is the leading known contributing factor in fatal boating accidents.

“California’s waterways during the upcoming Fourth of July holiday will be crowded,” stated Division of Boating and Waterways Acting Deputy Director/Boating Law Administrator Ramona Fernandez. “It is critical that boat operators be sober and attentive of their surroundings to safely react to unforeseen circumstances. Designating a sober passenger to help check unsafe behaviors is helpful. It is also important to know that even drunken passengers are at risk. They can easily fall overboard, swim near a propeller or lean over the side.”

Everyone onboard a boat is at risk when using alcohol and/or drugs and this may:

  • Impair a boater’s judgment, balance, vision and reaction time.
  • Increase fatigue and susceptibility to the effect of cold-water immersion.
  • Intensify common boating “stressors” of sun, wind, noise and vibration.
  • Intensify the side effects of alcohol, drugs and some prescription medications.

It is important to note that there is no open container law for recreational boaters, but it is against the law in California to operate a boat or water ski with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) of 0.08 percent or more.

A person with a BAC less than 0.08 percent may be arrested if conditions are deemed unsafe. BUI convictions can result in up to six months in jail and/or fines of up to $1,000.

Two convictions within seven years could add a jail term of up to one year. Boaters caught operating under the influence may also have their voyage terminated and their vessel impounded.

** A map of participating agencies with their contact information can be found at the following website address: **

http://www.operationdrywater.org/agencies

** California specific boating laws and safety tips may be found at the following website address: **

http://www.boatcalifornia.com

Launched in 2009 by NASBLA in partnership with the United States Coast Guard, Operation Dry Water has been a highly successful campaign, drawing public attention to the dangers of boating under the influence (BUI) of alcohol and drugs.

Since it began in 2009, law enforcement officers have removed 3,038 BUI operators from the nation’s waterways and made contact with over 1.1 million boaters during the annual three-day weekend.

The campaign continues to make a significant impact on boater safety and spreading the message of the danger of boating under the influence.

According to the California Department of Parks and Recreation, in an Operation Dry Water 2017 Annual Report, NASBLA named California’s San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Office the “Top Agency Award – Small Category” for deploying 10 officers and making 13 boating under the influence arrests during last year’s campaign.

** More information regarding Operation Dry Water can be found at the following website address: **

http://www.operationdrywater.org/

** Picture Above from the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department’s Colorado River Station: **

 

News Update!!: Annapolis, MD: Remembering the Victims of the Deadly Shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper.

News Update!!: Annapolis, MD: Remembering the Victims of the Deadly Shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper.

The Anne Arundel County Police Department released the names of the 5 people who were killed on Thursday, June 28th, 2018 in a the deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland.

The following is the names of the 5 victims and some information about the victims.

**** Remembering the Victims: ****

  • Robert Hiaasen
  • 59 Years Old

Robert Hiaasen was a columnist and assistant editor at the Capital Gazette.

Hiaasen loved humor, journalism and helping young writers at the Gazette.

Robert Hiaasen’s death was first confirmed by his brother, author Carl Hiaasen.

The Capital Gazette remembers Hiaasen for his “wryly observant writing style and his generous mentoring of young journalists.”

A native of Florida, Hiaasen moved to Maryland in 1993.

Hiaasen has worked as a reporter for The Palm Beach Post in Florida and The Baltimore Sun.

Hiaasen became the assistant editor at the Capital Gazette in 2010.

Hiaasen was also an adjunct lecturer at the University of Maryland.

In February 2017, Hiaasen wrote about his impressions when he first moved to Maryland and his love of Berger cookies.

NBC News reports that before leaving for work on Thursday, Hiaasaen, a father and husband, wanted to do something to make his wife feel special.

“He did a little birthday dance for me this morning before work (Today is my birthday), and he loved being a dad, an editor who helped shape young talent, and a creative writer and humorist. He loved to laugh. He loved the ocean. He loved words,” Maria Hiaasen, who turned 58 on Thursday, said in a statement.

Just last week, Hiaasen and his wife reportedly celebrated their 33rd wedding anniversary.

In a brief phone call with The Associated Press, Carl Hiaasen said his family “was devastated beyond words” by the senseless killing of his brother at The Capital Gazette.

  • Wendi Winters
  • 65 Years Old

Winters started at the paper as a freelance reporter in Maryland 20 years ago after a career in the fashion industry.

Winters joined the Capital Gazette staff full time in 2013.

“Winters made the mundane marvelous. It was all important because it was her community,” The Washington Post reported.

Winters highlighted her community with regular features, such as “Teen of the Week” and “Home of the Week.”

“She was in many ways the best part of the newspaper in that she cared so much about the city,” former Capital Gazette editor Steve Gunn told The Associated Press.

Winters was the special publications editor who had a talent for “connecting with the community and documenting people’s achievements,” former Capital Gazette editor Leslie Hunt told the newspaper.

Her daughter Winters Geimer said her mother’s life “was a gift to everyone who knew her and the world will not be the same without her.”

  • Gerald Fischman
  • 61 Year Old

Fischman was the editorial page editor at the Capital Gazette and had worked at the paper for 26 years.

Fischman is being described by colleagues as a “The consummate newspaper professional.”

Steve Gunn, a former editor at the newspaper, remembered Fischman as “the master of AP style” who “made sure everything was just right.”

“He was famous for working long days and being very precise in his language and always making sure the editorial page reflected the heart of the newspaper,” Steve Gunn said in an interview with The Associated Press.

NBC News reports that the paper’s former editor and publisher, Tom Marquardt, recalled Fischman as quirky and a “really smart guy” who tried out for “Jeopardy!” twice, but didn’t get on the show.

Tom Marquardt also said that Fischman was committed to his work and not particularly social.

Tom Marquardt said that when Fischman announced to the newsroom late in life that he had married an opera singer from Mongolia whom he had met online, “we all nearly fell out of our chairs. We never expected Gerald to get married, let alone to an opera star.”

  • John McNamara
  • 56 Year Old

John McNamara, who went by “Mac,” was a writer at the Capital Gazette, and had worked at the Capital Gazette for nearly 24 years.

McNamara will also be remembered for his “flexibility, concise writing and extensive knowledge of regional sports.”

Gerry Jackson, who hired him back, told the Capital Gazette newspaper that McNamara was a “jack of all trades” who could write, edit and design pages.

McNamara was a University of Maryland alumnus and authored two books on athletics about his alma mater.

McNamara found the love of his life while attending the university.

The Capital Gazette newspaper said they met at a bar after McNamara covered a football game.

was living his dream as a sports reporter and was an encyclopedia of regional sports knowledge, according to his obituary in the Sun.

He started at the Capital Gazette as a copy editor, then left for a competing publication, only to return a few years later and work then for the paper for nearly 24 years.

McNamara went by “Mac,” the Sun said. A former Capital Gazette sports editor who hired him back recalled him as very versatile.

  • Rebecca Smith
  • 34 Year Old

Rebecca Smith was a sales assistant who was hired at the newspaper in November 2017.

Her boss Marty Padden told Capital Gazette that Smith was, “A very thoughtful person. She was kind and considerate, and willing to help when needed. She seemed to really enjoy to be working in the media business.”

Smith lived with her fiance in eastern Baltimore County and actively posted images documenting her social life.

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the victims in the deadly shooting at Capital Gazette Newspaper. **

**** Latest information regarding the deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper: ****

https://zachnews.wordpress.com/2018/06/28/news-update-annapolis-md-latest-information-deadly-shooting-at-the-capital-gazette-newspaper/

** All Pictures Above from the Baltimore Sun Media Group via NBC News: **

News Alert!!: United States of America: Goodbye Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us stores.

News Alert!!: United States of America: Goodbye Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us stores.

Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us is permanently closing all of their stores across the United States of America on Friday, June 29th, 2018.

The company, which also owned the Babies “R” Us chain, announced in March 2018 that all stores would close after 70 years in business, and had been slashing prices leading up to the final closing.

** Picture from Toys “R” Us: **

Since March 2018, a liquidate or going out of business sale has been going on at their stores, the company is advertising 50-70 percent off everything in their stores.

The liquidate or going out of business sale at Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us stories ends today.

** Picture from Toys “R” Us: **

Low sales in recent years led to the closing of several Toys “R” Us stores, including the iconic flagship Toys “R” Us store in Times Square.

The company filed for bankruptcy in 2017, and in March 2018, the company announced that all 740 Toys “R” Us stores in the United States would be closing.

The closing of Toys “R” Us has been attributed to a poor holiday sales performance, a shift to more play time on mobile devices and competition from online and discount stores.

As the last of the Toys “R” Us stores close, more than 30,000 workers will be looking for work.

Goodbye Toys “R” Us and Babies “R” Us, we will never forget the joy you brought us all growing us. You may be gone, but we’ll never stop being a “Toys R Us kid”.

Breaking News!!: Pasadena, CA: Suspects arrested after a police pursuit that began in Victorville, California.

Breaking News!!: Pasadena, CA: Suspects arrested after a police pursuit that began in Victorville, California.

A police pursuit that began in Victorville, California has come to an end in Pasadena, California with suspects arrested.

** Live Broadcast from CBS affiliate KCBS Channel 2: **

California Highway Patrol officers attempted to stop the driver for speeding in the evening of Thursday, June 28th, 2018.

** Picture from CBS affiliate KCBS Channel 2: **

** Picture from ABC affiliate KABC Channel 7: **

Authorities chased the vehicle at speeds more than 100 mph along Interstate 15 and Interstate 210.

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The police pursuit exited Interstate 210 before California State Route 134, got onto residential street, lost control of the vehicle for a short moment, and pulled over on the side of the roadway with their hands up out for the vehicle .

More information is still coming into ZachNews.

 

News Update!!: Annapolis, MD: Latest Information: Deadly Shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper.

News Update!!: Annapolis, MD: Latest Information: Deadly Shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper.

Here is the latest information regarding the deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper in Annapolis, Maryland that occurred on Thursday, June 28th, 2018.

**** Remembering the Victims: ****

** The names of the 5 victims in the deadly shooting at the Capital Gazette Newspaper and some information about the victims is posted at the following website address: **

https://zachnews.wordpress.com/2018/06/29/news-update-annapolis-md-remembering-the-victims-of-the-deadly-shooting-at-the-capital-gazette-newspaper/

 

**** Latest Information: ****

** As of 9:40am PT on Friday, June 29th, 2018: **

According to court documents, Jarrod Ramos, the shooter who killed 4 journalists and a staffer at the Capital Gazette newspaper, is charged with five counts of first-degree murder.

Ramos appeared in an Annapolis courtroom via video feed on Friday, June 29th, 2018.

Ramos appeared to watch attentively during the hearing but never spoke.

Ramos was ordered held without bail after Judge Thomas J. Pryal determined that Ramos remains a flight risk and a danger to the community given the severity of his actions.

It was not immediately clear whether Ramos has an attorney.

Armed with a pump-action shotgun, Ramos shot out the doors to the Capital Gazette newspaper on Thursday, June 28th, 2018 and shot the victims as he encountered them.

Ramos had a long, acrimonious history with the newspaper, including a lawsuit and years of harassment of its journalists.

According to Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams, Ramos had an escape plan and possibly barricaded the back door of the newsroom to prevent victims from escaping.

Anne Arundel County State’s Attorney Wes Adams said responding officers found him under a desk, where he was attempting to hide.

** Video from NBC News: **

“The fella was there to kill as many people as he could get,” said Anne Arundel County Police Department Chief Timothy Altomare during a news conference Friday morning.

Anne Arundel County Police Department Chief Timothy Altomare said the weapon Ramos used in the shooting was legally purchased about a year ago and that evidence of planning was found at his apartment.

** Video from NBC News: **

United States of America President Donald Trump said Friday that the shooting “shocked the conscience of the nation and filled our hearts with grief.”

“Journalists, like all Americans, should be free of the fear of being violently attacked while doing their jobs,” United States of America President Donald Trump said at the White House during an event to mark the 6 month anniversary of his tax reform law.

United States of America President Donald Trump added, “My government will not rest until we have done everything in our power to reduce violent crime and to protect innocent life.”

United States of America President Donald Trump said in a message to victims’ families that “there are no words to express our sorrow.”

The deadly shooting prompted law enforcement, including in New York City, New York and Los Angeles, California, to tighten security at news organizations out of an abundance of caution.

** As of 7:30pm PT on Thursday, June 28th, 2018: **

Moments ago, an evening news conference was held and the Anne Arundel County Police Department released the names of the 5 victims killed in the deadly shooting.

** Video from NBC News: **

The names of the 5 victims in the deadly shooting are Robert Hiaasen, Wendi Winters, Rebecca Smith, Gerald Fischman, and John McNamara.

All 5 victims killed were employees of the Capital Gazette newspaper.

Earlier, United States of America President Donald Trump tweeted, “Prior to departing Wisconsin, I was briefed on the shooting at Capital Gazette in Annapolis, Maryland. My thoughts and prayers are with the victims and their families. Thank you to all of the First Responders who are currently on the scene.”

Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau tweeted, “Journalists tell the stories of our communities, protect democracy, & often put their lives on the line just to do their jobs. Today’s attack in Annapolis is devastating. Our hearts go out to all the victims & their families.

** ZachNews sends our thoughts, prayers, and condolences to the family and friends of the victims in the deadly shooting at Capital Gazette Newspaper. **

** As of 5:29pm PT on Thursday, June 28th, 2018: **

NBC News is reporting that the suspect has been identified as 38 year old Jarrod Ramos of Maryland.

Law enforcement officials say the gunman had a “vendetta” against the paper and had made threats on social media.

NBC Washington is reporting that Ramos sued the Capital Gazette newspaper for defamation in 2012 after the paper published an article in 2011 about criminal harassment to which Ramos pleaded guilty.

In what a judge called “rather bizarre” behavior, Ramos used Facebook to contact a woman he knew in high school and then sent her threatening emails, called her vulgar names and told her to kill herself, court documents and the article say.

“If you’re on Facebook, you’ve probably gotten a friend request or message from an old high school classmate you didn’t quite remember,” the article begins. “For one woman, that experience turned into a yearlong nightmare.”

The article says Ramos contacted the woman and thanked him for being kind to him in high school. She wrote back, and they emailed. She suggested he see a counselor.

Then, he lashed out at her. She “lived in fear for her safety for months,” the article says.

Ramos was charged with criminal harassment in Anne Arundel County and pleaded guilty. Initially, he was sentenced to 90 days in jail. Then, a judge suspended the sentence and placed him on probation for 18 months, ordered him to undergo therapy and required that he have no contact with the woman or her family.

Ramos sued the Capital Gazette newspaper for defamation but failed to prove that anything in the story was false. Court documents say a judge “probed the appellant to point out a single statement in the article that was actually false or to give a single example of how he had been harmed by the article. He could not do so.”

Judge Maureen M. Lamasney dismissed Ramos’ claim in 2013, ruling that the article was accurate and based on public record.

“They reported a matter of public interest,” the court ruled.

Ramos then appealed and lost.

Earlier today, the Anne Arundel County Police Department Spokesman Lt. Ryan Frashure said the suspect threatened the Capital Gazette newspaper on social media.

** As of 5:20pm PT on Thursday, June 28th, 2018: **

** Pictures from NBC Washington and NBC News: **

A news conference was held at 5:00pm PT.

Anne Arundel County Police Department Chief William Krampf told the news media about the deadly shooting today and provided the following details:

Call reporting active shooter came in at 2:34pm ET.

Federal officials told NBC News that the suspect is white, in his 20s or 30s, and was wearing a black T-shirt and olive pants.

Shooting occurred on the 1st Floor of the building.

First responders arrived within 60 seconds of receiving the call.

At least 5 people are dead and several people are “gravely injured.”

Police escorted 170 people to the nearby Westfield Annapolis mall.

Phone line for family, friends seeking information: 1 (410) 768-5522.

The shooter is a white male, in police custody.

This was a “targeted attack”, targeting the newspaper.

Suspect is a white male in his mid 30’s and is a Maryland resident.

Authorities are securing the residence and getting a search warrant.

NBC Washington is reporting that police search apartment in Laurel in connection with the shooting investigation.

A name of the suspect will be released by tomorrow.

Smoke canisters were discover and were used in the shooting.

Authorities confirm that threats were sent to the newspaper over social media and there were “indicated threats” as early as today.

Investigation is still ongoing.

** As of 1:40pm PT on Thursday, June 28th, 2018: **

** Pictures from NBC Washington and NBC News: **

Caption Russell Davies with the Anne Arundel EMS confirmed to NBC News the the shooter opened fire at 888 Bestgate Road, and the call for an active shooter came in at 2:34pm ET on Thursday, June 28th, 2018.

Reports that a gunman shot through the glass door to the office and opened fire on multiple employees, including shooting into the newsroom of the building.

Initial reports that 5 people were shot and killed.

Suspected shooter has been taken into police custody after shooting and authorities are questioning him.

Authorities did a search of the building and have cleared the building.

Anybody who needs to reunite with a loved one is asked to meet them at the Lord & Taylor store at the nearby mall.

Governor Larry Hogan is on the scene in Annapolis, and President Donald Trump has been briefed on the incident.

Owned by The Baltimore Sun, Capital Gazette Communications publications include The Capital Gazette, The Capital, Maryland Gazette, Bowie Blade-News, Crofton-West County Gazette and Capital Style Magazine.

More information is still coming into ZachNews.