The Heat won the opener by 33 points and took Game 2 104 94 on Monday, when the Knicks biggest problems came after the game. Stoudemire punched a fire extinguisher case in the arena and badly cut his left hand, needing surgery Tuesday to repair a muscle. He sat on bench with his arm in a sling..
“Public schools end up the big loser in what amounts to a three pronged hit,” Ferguson writes. First, $90.5 million would be removed from the state’s general fund, roughly half of which now goes to public schools. Second, up to $41.2 million in property taxes would be shifted from business equipment to real property, including people’s homes and businesses; that would make school levies for the same dollar amounts more expensive for property taxpayers, and thus less likely to pass.
But it was her final thank you that drew a lot of attention. (including Hollywood) that showcase a handful of YouTube creators.SEE ALSO: The Hollywood Diversity Report: How movies, TV, gaming and sports did in 2015The Toronto native, who is of Indian descent, believes digital is one of the only entertainment industries where diversity is not an afterthought. And many digital creators, executives and fans agree: TeamInternet is all about inclusion.The industry’s diversity efforts are rooted in online video giant YouTube.
When a Crew Dragon spaceship is on top with passengers inside, the rocket must lift off 35 minutes after fueling begins and align perfectly with the International Space Station flying overhead.Visit ‘s homepage for more stories.SpaceX on Wednesday pressed to kick off an historic space mission from Cape Canaveral, Florida: the rocket company’s first with human passengers.If successful, the high stakes demonstration flight, called Demo 2, would resurrect human spaceflight in America and ignite a new era of commercial space exploration.So the company, founded by Elon Musk in 2002, vertically raised a Falcon 9 rocket with a new Crew Dragon spaceship perched on top. Then two NASA astronauts, Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, suited up, climbed inside the space capsule, and strapped into their seats.The astronauts, NASA officials, President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and more than 1 million people watching livestreams waited for the rocket’s booster to belch fire and smoke.Related: Watch SpaceX’s Rocket Go to Space, Land Back on EarthBut at the last minute, thunderclouds rolled overhead and a powerful electric field threatened lightning in the skies. That made conditions unsafe for the rocket and the people atop it.”Not quite going to make it for this,” a weather officer said on NASA’s live feed of the launch.