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Ultraviolet Photography Reveals the Unexpected Fluorescence of Flowers

UV Flowers UV Photography Ultraviolet Photography Craig Burrows

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Self-proclaimed “photon-packing mixed photographer” Craig Burrows continues to captivate with his unique series of floral illuminations. Captured using cameras modified for ultraviolet-induced visible fluorescence, the fanciful photographs showcase Burrow’s ability to turn ordinary flora into beaming blooms.

To create each dazzling depiction, Burrows imaginatively employs a filtered 365nm LED light and a special lens (found, he explains, in “kits typically used for crime scene investigation”). This Technicolor treatment brings out the flower’s natural fluorescence, as it only conveys ultraviolet and infrared light. This results in an ethereal aesthetic, making everything from pollen and

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Lawsuit filed against Albany by Albany Police widow – Spectrum News

A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Albany by the widow of an Albany Police Officer who died in the line of duty.

Douglas Mayville died four years ago. The 26 year veteran of the force spent years working with chemicals and toxins as a crime scene investigator before being diagnosed with Wegner’s disease.

Though he was honored on several occasions for dying in the line of duty, his wife Linda Mayville said she’s not getting the benefits she deserves, leading to the lawsuit being filed.

“It’s disheartening,” said Linda Mayville. “I think for Doug’s memory, he loved his job and unfortunately he’s not here to do it anymore.”

“What really appalls me is you want to take credit, and make Doug a hero, name a dog after him, and ask her to pose in front of the wall with all of the fallen officers,” said Retiree Chapter Council 82 President James

Read more at: http://spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/capital-region/news/2018/02/17/douglas-mayville-linda-mayville-lawsuit-albany-police

Lawsuit filed against Albany by Albany Police widow

A lawsuit has been filed against the City of Albany by the widow of an Albany Police Officer who died in the line of duty.

Douglas Mayville died four years ago. The 26 year veteran of the force spent years working with chemicals and toxins as a crime scene investigator before being diagnosed with Wegner’s disease.

Though he was honored on several occasions for dying in the line of duty, his wife Linda Mayville said she’s not getting the benefits she deserves, leading to the lawsuit being filed.

“It’s disheartening,” said Linda Mayville. “I think for Doug’s memory, he loved his job and unfortunately he’s not here to do it anymore.”

“What really appalls me is you want to take credit, and make Doug a hero, name a dog after him, and ask her to pose in front of the wall with all of the fallen officers,” said Retiree Chapter Council 82 President James

Read more at: http://www.spectrumlocalnews.com/nys/capital-region/news/2018/02/17/douglas-mayville-linda-mayville-lawsuit-albany-police

Getting a visual

SkillsUSA Results

To advance to the state competition, students had to earn first, second of third place in their contest. Those students are:

Sentinel Career and Technology Center

Kaylie Martin, senior, Columbian High School, basic health care, first place; Nickolas Miller, senior, Calvert High School, CNC milling, first place; Edward Lucius, junior, New Riegel High School, CNC technician, first place; Bryston Smith, junior, Hopewell-Loudon High School, CNC turning, first place; Noah Borer, junior, Hopewell-Loudon, collision repair, first place; Brianna Chaney, junior, Bridges Community Academy, crime scene investigation, first place; Austin Horn, junior, Calvert crime scene investigation, first place; Jonathan Radecki, senior, Tri-Rivers Educational Computer Association, crime scene investigation, first place; Cecilia Broadman, senior, Calvert, health knowledge bowl, first place; Violet Hoffman, senior, Columbian, health knowledge bowl, first place; Trinity Knight, senior, Columbian, health knowledge bowl, first place; Mikayla Reker, senior, Calvert, health knowledge bowl, first place; Austin Curtin, senior, homeschool, first aid/CPR, first

Read more at: http://www.advertiser-tribune.com/news/local-news/2018/02/getting-a-visual/

Flint Police respond to shooting in the hallway of 3rd floor apartment at Country Club Manor Apartments

FLINT (WJRT) (2/16/2018) – Police are investigating after a third-floor apartment at Country Club Manor Apartments allegedly was shot by unknown assailants Friday evening.

Flint Police responded after 6pm on Friday, setting up a crime scene investigation in coordination with Michigan State Police detectives.

A large area around the building where the shooting took place was cordoned off with yellow crime tape.. Authorities could not immediately confirm anything about the incident, but an active investigation was under way.

Stay with ABC12 on air and online as this story develops.

Read more at: http://www.abc12.com/content/news/Flint-police-investigating-possible-shooting-at-Country-Club-Manor-Apartments-474350353.html

El Cajon Police looking for citizen academy prospects – The San … – The San Diego Union

El Cajon residents and those who do business in the city, do you want to see what it’s like to be a member of the El Cajon Police Department for a couple of months?

A maximum of 25 people will be allowed to take part in this year’s Citizens Police Academy, a 10-week program that offers an unscripted, insider’s look into how the El Cajon Police do their jobs.

“The first citizens academy I was a part of, and it will happen again at this one, the No. 1 thing I hear people always say at the end is, ‘I didn’t realize you were just like us,’” said Police Chief Jeff Davis. “That’s really what we’re shooting for. For people to see that we’re your neighbors, we’re your baseball coaches, we’re your soccer coaches. We’re part of your community.”

Davis has been a part of the program for its entirety, about 15 years,

Read more at: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/east-county/sd-me-elcajon-academy-20180216-story.html

El Cajon Police looking for citizen academy prospects – The San Diego Union

El Cajon residents and those who do business in the city, do you want to see what it’s like to be a member of the El Cajon Police Department for a couple of months?

A maximum of 25 people will be allowed to take part in this year’s Citizens Police Academy, a 10-week program that offers an unscripted, insider’s look into how the El Cajon Police do their jobs.

“The first citizens academy I was a part of, and it will happen again at this one, the No. 1 thing I hear people always say at the end is, ‘I didn’t realize you were just like us,’” said Police Chief Jeff Davis. “That’s really what we’re shooting for. For people to see that we’re your neighbors, we’re your baseball coaches, we’re your soccer coaches. We’re part of your community.”

Davis has been a part of the program for its entirety, about 15 years,

Read more at: http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/communities/east-county/sd-me-elcajon-academy-20180216-story.html