iStock/Thinkstock(PHILADELPHIA) — A husband and wife were found dead in the Delaware River Thursday morning while their 5-year-old daughter was located nearby, according to Philadelphia police.The woman, approximately 30 years old, was found around 5:45 a.m., according to the Philadelphia Police Department. She was pulled out of the river and pronounced dead about one hour later.A 5-year-old girl was found in a Nissan SUV and told officers she was with her father, police said. The girl was taken to the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to be evaluated, police said.A second body was found in the river, which police determined was the husband of the woman and the father of the 5-year-old.He was pulled out of the river and pronounced dead at 10:43 a.m.Police said the investigation is ongoing. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
Credit union executives at NAFCU’s Annual Conference on Thursday received a Washington update from the association’s legislative and regulatory staff, learned how to stay relevant to the industry and were briefed on how to retain and hire millennials.NAFCU’s legislative and regulatory teams spoke in an open format to credit union executives, providing an update on the industry and what is happening in Washington. (Read more here.)Also on Thursday, NAFCU Director of Education Devon Lyon led a session on the relevancy of credit unions. He touched on mobile banking and electronic financial services, such as ATMs, online loan payments and remote deposit capture. He also discussed the importance of data security and fintech.Jennifer Kuhn, leadership and team development expert at Jennifer Kuhn LLC, talked about hiring and retaining millennials. She discussed this generation’s communication preferences and the importance of credit unions knowing their audience. continue reading » 12SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr
The head of Team Sky is among those in front of a select committee of MPs in London today.David Brailsford will be asked to explain an allegation in relation to the delivery of a medical package to Team Sky in France in 2011 – they’ve so far refused to comment on the contents of the package.
MASON CITY — The Cerro Gordo County Board of Supervisors today approved the first reading of an amendment to the ordinance regarding the use of golf carts on roads in the unincorporated areas of the county.Under the previous version of the ordinance, golf carts could only be operated on certain county roads for the purpose of traveling to and from a golf course located within the county. The county’s director of administrative services Tom Meyer says the changes would allow carts to be used on more rural roads. “The proposed ordinance would open that up where golf carts could be operated in any unincorporated areas on any road that does not have a posted speed limit of 55 miles per hour, so it would have to be less than that.”Meyer says the golf carts would have to be approved by county officials and have certain safety markings on them. “It would have to have at least a six-foot high flag on the golf cart. Things that were already in the existing golf cart ordinance where they have to have a slow-moving sign on the back and some adequate brakes to handle the equipment. It would allow two people per seat on the golf cart. The fee would change, they would still have to be approved by the sheriff. The fee would be $25.”The supervisors must approve the amendment on three readings prior to it being enacted. The second reading will take place at next Tuesday’s meeting.