Andrew Burton/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — Actor Alec Baldwin is in custody and expected to be charged with assault after punching someone after what officials described as a dispute near his East 10th Street home in New York City’s East Village.No other information surrounding the arrest was immediately available.A representative for the actor has not responded to ABC News’ request for comment.Baldwin, 60, has faced legal trouble in the Big Apple in the past.In 2014, after a New York City police officer issued him a summons him for riding his bike the wrong way on a one-way street, Baldwin allegedly said, “I don’t have identification.Just give me the f—ing summons” and “wrap this summons around your head.”A police source added at the time that Baldwin “got arrogant and loud,” which is why he was given his second summons for disorderly conduct.Baldwin responded in a tweet of his own, naming the officer and declaring, “New York City is a mismanaged carnival of stupidity that is desperate for revenue and anxious to criminalize behavior once thought benign.”Meanwhile, President Donald Trump, whom Baldwin impersonates on “Saturday Night Live,” had a few words of encouragement for the actor, when told about the impending charge.“I wish him luck,” he said.Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved.
LAMC Center CEO John Whiteside thanks his employees for their service. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com Los Alamos Medical Center CEO John Whiteside congratulates his longest serving employee Rosalie Maestas who has worked at LAMC for 48 years Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com Scene from the event. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comFrom left, Mammography Tech Maleea Medina, CT Tech Claudette Cordova and CSR/MA, Clinics Angela Cordova. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comScene from the event. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com Scene from the event. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comFrom left, Human Resources Director Jacqui Carroll, Director Los Alamos Physician Practices & Physician Recruitment Jennifer King, Growth & Outreach, Marketing Liaison Elizabeth Alvarez and Chief Financial Officer Jim McGonnell. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comFrom left, Director – Medical Imaging/Sleep Lab Susan Cazaux, Director of Rehabilitation & Respiratory Services Kevin Schoenberger and Chief Nursing Officer Lori Coffelt, RN. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com By CAROL A. CLARKLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Alamos Medical Center held its annual anniversary recognition dinner Monday evening at Cottonwood on the Greens.Twenty seven longtime employees were honored at the special event. Their length of service to the hospital spanning five years to nearly five decades.“I work in materials maintenance and enjoy my job … everyone is really wonderful and it’s just a great place to work,” said Rosalie Maestas, who with 48 years on the job is the longest serving employee at LAMC.LAMC CEO John Whiteside addressed the group of employees and their guests gathered Monday evening at the anniversary celebration.“Every year this is my favorite duty – to thank each of you for your service to Los Alamos Medical Center,” Whiteside said. “Each of you makes LAMC a great place to work.”5 Year Anniversaries:Maria TrumanJessica MartinezClaudette CordovaJessica Maassen, RNBernadette DiazMarcelo “Alex” PinonPosthumously – Jennifer Long, RN10 Year Anniversaries:Alfred HigginsMary Diane ArchuletaAmy FobesJoselene MontoyaAngela Cordova15 Year Anniversaries:Rebecca TredwayElizabeth RomeroSandra Palmento20 Year Anniversary:Christina Kelly25 Year AnniversaryJoyce Richins, RNAnniversaries from 26 years and up:Charlene Padilla – 26 yrs.Miyuki Coombs, RN – 31 yrsPriscilla Padilla – 31 yrsAna Maria Ojeda – 32 yrs.Deb Maes, RN – 36 yrsLori Coffelt, RN – 36 yrsDoris Bell – 37 yrsMargaret Lopez – 44 yrsDianne Vandiver, RN – 47 yrsRosalie Maestas – 48 yrsLAMC CEO John Whiteside prepares to recognize his longtime employees with tokens of appreciation during the event Monday evening at Cottonwood on the Greens. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com Scene from the event. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.comScene from the event. Photo by Carol A. Clark/ladailypost.com
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Leading RF antenna solutions provider, Optisys Inc, has completed the design, manufacturing, and testing of the NAPA (Novel Active Phased Array) – an aluminum 3D printed hybrid phased-array antenna. NAPA balances the high performance and thin profile of a phased array, with the reduced cost and low loss of a passive aperture. Optisys’ revolutionary design and manufacturing approach will finally provide a high-performance antenna solution for a single aperture transmit and receive broadband terminal.This highly customizable, high-bandwidth phased array also incorporates filtering, diplexers, polarizers, combiners as well as thermal management and structural mounting features, into one single part. All performance aspects of the array can be customized to customer specifications, using modular and scalable design approach only enabled using 3D printing. Optisys currently has options for C, X, Ku, K and Ka band, allowing for customer specific customization. For example, frequency, gain, heat management, and filtering requirements can easily be configured and manufactured.Optisys is excited about the impact NAPA will have on the satellite, aerospace, and ground SATCOM industries and anticipates that the technology will finally provide the right mix of high performance, lightweight, robustness, low power and cost effectiveness the customer has not been able to obtain to date.NAPA was designed to have features and specifications that balance the needs of a low-profile antenna terminal with the complexity of a phased array antenna. By balancing the technical approach and leveraging metal 3D printing to produce a single aperture to address the full Ka SATCOM frequency bands, Optisys is able to exceed current specifications at a reduced price. This single-aperture solution for both transmit and receive at Ka-band allows for a custom antenna solution on every platform without the price tag associated with custom design. Hybrid electronic scanning of a metal waveguide aperture produces the highest performance and greatest flexibility of any electronically scanned array approach.Optisys’ current focus is on the design, manufacturing and testing of antennas and antenna systems for satellite, UAV, commercial aircraft, tactical, and consumer telecommunication applications.The company is exhibiting its smallest, lightest functional antennas at Satellite 2019 in Washington DC from May 6-9.Click here to learn more about Optisys.Click here to see everything RF’s coverage of SATELLITE 2019.
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Jets QB Sam Darnold could miss ‘multiple weeks’ with mono; Trevor Siemian to start NFL launches $3M challenge to develop safer helmet for players Beckham ended up hurting his ankle in that game on a hit by Briean Boddy-Calhoun and later broke the same one in Week 5 of the regular season, which led the All-Pro to assert Williams is responsible for causing the ankle injury that “changed my life forever.” Browns appear to ban wrong fan for throwing beer on Titans’ Logan Ryan Browns wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. fired shots at Jets defensive coordinator Gregg Williams while speaking to reporters Thursday, saying he coaches “dirty plays and cheap shots.”Beckham claimed current Browns players told him of the crude tactics when Williams served as defensive coordinator in Cleveland from 2017-18, adding that Williams instructed his players to take Beckham out during a preseason matchup in 2017. #Browns Odell Beckham says that dirty hit coached by Gregg Williams changed his life forever pic.twitter.com/CIrWLDQN8f— Mary Kay Cabot (@MaryKayCabot) September 12, 2019Beckham required surgery on his ankle and ended up missing the final 12 games of the 2017 season before bouncing back in 2018. Related News Williams has yet to respond to Beckham’s remarks, but is scheduled to address the media Friday.Beckham and Williams will face off when the Jets play the Browns on Monday.
Jaguars fans troll Jets’ Sam Darnold’s ‘ghosts’ ahead of game J.J. Watt will miss the rest of the season with a torn pectoral muscle, the Texans defensive star confirmed Sunday night. This game can be beautiful and it can also be brutal. Absolutely gutted that I won’t be able to finish the season with my guys and give the fans what they deserve. I truly love this game and can’t stand letting you guys down. Thank you for all of the thoughts & well-wishes.— JJ Watt (@JJWatt) October 28, 2019Watt left Sunday’s game against the Raiders under his own power with just over five minutes remaining in the first half and headed to the medical tent. He then left the tent and jogged to the locker room for further examination, and was initially labeled as questionable to return with a shoulder injury. He was later ruled out.The three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year missed significant portions of the 2016 and 2017 campaigns with season-ending injuries. Related News Tom Brady’s relationship with Robert Kraft, Bill Belichick could determine future with Patriots “This game can be beautiful and it can also be brutal,” Watt tweeted. “Absolutely gutted that I won’t be able to finish the season with my guys and give the fans what they deserve. I truly love this game and can’t stand letting you guys down. Thank you for all of the thoughts & well-wishes.” A.J. Green injury update: Bengals receiver (ankle) hopes to return by Week 10