A passenger in the car received a call from the owner after the crash and told him what had occurred, authorities said. At 8:34 a.m., the car's owner contacted the Minneapolis Police Department and filed a false stolen-vehicle report in an effort to protect his friend from being linked to the crash, the complaint states. … [Read more...] about Michigan Man Drove Into Girl Getting On School Bus In Edina: Cops
Yee has consulted with many developers on tailoring their games to specific audiences, creating a chart of "gamer motivations" to help. It's not enough that someone might want a strategy or a farming game, Yee says. What matters is how that gamer feels, and whether their experience is enough to keep them going. Quantic Foundry offers a free five-minute survey for anyone who wants to find out their motivation for gaming (or life in general): Are you competitive? Do you feel rewarded through achievement? Do you want to be immersed and get lost in a story and fantasy world? Or do you just want to meet new people? Yee likens shopping for video games to finding the right perfume scent. … [Read more...] about So you want to be a gamer. Here’s how you can start.
On Thursday, San Francisco police said they arrested Alameda resident Oscar Ticas, 19, and San Francisco residents Rodrigo Tellez and Bryan Moreno, both 20. All three were charged with murder this week and their arraignment has been postponed to April 8, said Alex Bastian, a spokesman for the San Francisco district attorney’s office. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus complicates family’s grief over 26-year-old son, father gunned down in SF’s Mission
“We are now seeing the spike that we were anticipating,” Newsom declared while standing in front of the 1,000-bed Navy hospital ship Mercy that arrived in the Port of Los Angeles. It will take non-virus patients to free up rooms at hospitals for infection cases. … [Read more...] about California lawmakers plead: fight virus, don’t pack beaches
To the bartender’s right were bins of Kix and Cheerios cereal, graham crackers and apples. These were not for sale; they were free for students of Public School 133, an elementary school a few blocks away. Teachers were dipping into the supplies, too, to pick up snacks for students they were visiting at their homes. … [Read more...] about The toilet paper had armed guards, and other coronavirus stories