Nick Anderson, The Washington Post Published 8:00 pm CDT, Sunday, August 19, 2018 Generations of students and parents have groaned over a chore essential for those who need assistance in paying for college: filling out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid. Some get stuck on what can be a complicated sequence of questions. Others miss deadlines or skip the process entirely. Now, the government is taking a step meant to ease, if not eliminate, the pain of completing what is known as FAFSA. This week, it launched the first official mobile app to guide families through a task that is necessary for students seeking federal Pell Grants and most other forms of aid. The app, called myStudentAid, can be downloaded to Apple and Android cellphones and can be used now, with a few caveats. Students and parents can use this "beta version" to fill out a first-time 2018-2019 FAFSA, for the school year about to start, or check their student loan history. But they can't yet use … [Read more...] about Going mobile: The government’s most crucial financial aid form
An Aurora man accused of strangling his mother at her Weld County home in July was booked into the Weld County Jail on Friday night. Online jail records indicate Joseph Keith Ribble, 43, was taken into custody at the jail shortly before midnight. They also indicate that Ribble was also briefly in custody at the Boulder County Jail a few hours earlier on Friday. Ribble faces first-degree murder and aggravated motor vehicle theft charges in connection to the death of his mother, 65-year-old Lila Ann “Susie” King. King’s body was discovered by neighbors inside her home at the River Valley Village mobile home park in Del Camino east of Longmont on July 24. Ribble is on probation for a felony charge of negligence of an at-risk person, as well as violating a protection order in a separate case out of Boulder County and was arrested in Brownsville, Texas a few days after his mother’s body was found by a neighbor. Read more at timescall.com. … [Read more...] about Suspect in Weld County mobile home park slaying returned to Colorado
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Epic Games, the developer of Fortnite has stated that the game won't be available on Google Play Store and it will be available on its official website only.PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds (PUBG) is touting 100 million downloads of its mobile version, reaching the milestone four months after its release on iOS and Android.PUBG on mobile devices has been a huge success for Tencent & PUBG Corp.PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds has been one of the most popular battle royale games on the market since it launched on PC in March 2017.All aforementioned data was compiled from regions where PUBG Mobile is available, save for China, Japan and Korea. But PUBG Mobile that was launched soon after Fortnite hit iOS, has stayed ahead of its competitor.'We want to thank our committed development team at Lightspeed and Quantum Studios and especially thank the devoted players around the world that continue to inspire us with their passion and dedication, ' beamed PUBG Mobile's global publishing team … [Read more...] about PUBG Mobile surpasses 100 million downloads of iOS and Android
TRIBUNE NEWS SERVICE Matthew Hofmann and wife Joanna sit on the retractable deck on the Living Vehicle, at Cabrillo beach. LOS ANGELES >> For Heidi Hansing, the last three years felt as if she were moving backward. “Nothing in my life was what it seemed,” Hansing says of her divorce after 22 years of marriage. “Everything had changed.” For 30 years, Hansing had served others, beginning in the Army when she was 17. Later, she raised a family and served as a city council member in League City, Texas. She was on the verge of becoming an empty nester. “I didn’t want to rattle around my house like the half of a former whole,” Hansing says. “I thought, ‘What does Heidi want out of life?’ ” Traveling was at the top of her list. She looked at where she wanted to be — traveling to the Blue Ridge Parkway in Virginia and North Carolina, Crater Lake in Oregon and Key West, Fla. — and “backwards … [Read more...] about Living Vehicle mobile home offers lower cost of living