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Salida woman attacked and left for dead while out on walk

SALIDA, Calif. (KTXL) — A 70-year-old Salida woman is recovering in a hospital bed after she was found left for dead just outside her home.Yvette Lopez’s daughter told FOX40 that her mother was on her daily morning walk when she was suddenly attacked by a stranger.“To me, she looked dead, so I even had to ask again when I got there, ‘Is she alive,’” Akilah Frazier said. “I only see my mom one way, and now I have this imprint in my head that person laying there is not my mom.”...

SALIDA, Calif. (KTXL) — A 70-year-old Salida woman is recovering in a hospital bed after she was found left for dead just outside her home.

Yvette Lopez’s daughter told FOX40 that her mother was on her daily morning walk when she was suddenly attacked by a stranger.

“To me, she looked dead, so I even had to ask again when I got there, ‘Is she alive,’” Akilah Frazier said. “I only see my mom one way, and now I have this imprint in my head that person laying there is not my mom.”

Akilah Frazier’s mom was supposed to pick up her children on Wednesday morning, but when she didn’t show, Frazier began to worry.

“What’s taking so long? I called and called and she didn’t pick up,” Frazier recalled.

Finally, the call was answered, but it was a Stanislaus County sheriff’s deputy on the other side.

“They said, ‘Well, we found your mom lying in the middle of the road.’ Instantly my throat, you know, I felt sick to my stomach like I was going to throw up,” Frazier said.

Sheriff’s officials said deputies were called to Covert Road, near Saint Jean in Salida, where someone was lying on the road. Lopez was found unconscious not even 200 feet from her home.

“She doesn’t remember if it was a fist or an object, but she remembers something was coming at her. And she said, ‘Why are you doing this? No, no. Why are you doing this to me?’ and she remembers taking off trying to run back home. Obviously, she didn’t make it,” Frazier said.

Frazier said her mom was admitted to a medical center in Modesto, with a brain bleed, broken bones in her face and swollen eyes, which are still shut.

“You literally were just going for the face and the head. It sounds like you were trying to take that person out,” Frazier said. “She was just taken advantage of and brutally beat, to be left for dead.”

Frazier said her mom is recovering, but she can’t leave the hospital until she’s fully able to open her eyes. Lopez said the attacker seemed like someone also out on a morning walk, and Frazier fears it was someone who lives near them.

Gobierno negocia salida de Covi de la CA-5 y llamará a casetas “peajes soberanos”

“Peajes soberanos” pasarían a llamarse las casetas de cobro en la carretera CA-5, que conecta a Tegucigalpa con San Pedro Sula, de acuerdo con Mauricio Ramos, titular de la Secretaría de Infraestructura y Transporte (SIT).Ramos dijo, durante la audiencia con la Comisión de Presupuesto del Congreso Nacional, que el Gobierno prepara la salida de la Concesionaria V...

“Peajes soberanos” pasarían a llamarse las casetas de cobro en la carretera CA-5, que conecta a Tegucigalpa con San Pedro Sula, de acuerdo con Mauricio Ramos, titular de la Secretaría de Infraestructura y Transporte (SIT).

Ramos dijo, durante la audiencia con la Comisión de Presupuesto del Congreso Nacional, que el Gobierno prepara la salida de la Concesionaria Vial (COVI), encargada de explotar y administrar la carretera, la más recorrida del país.

Remarcó que ese proyecto es una iniciativa del Gobierno de Xiomara Castro y, aunque la concesionaria mantiene un contrato sobre la carretera, buscarían una “salida amistosa” pagando la deuda con Covi.

“La propuesta nuestra es llegar a un buen acuerdo con COVI, que lo estamos logrando, negociar su salida. Van muy bien las conversaciones con esta concesionaria. Hay que mantener los peajes porque hay deuda por pagar”, ahondó Ramos. Añadió: “El mandato que nos dio el pueblo es resolver problemas y sacar este país adelante, estamos en eso”.

Asimismo, precisó que la negociación involucra el manejo de los peajes por el gobierno pero siempre cumpliendo con deudas que se deben honrar a COVI, por lo que no se eliminarán.

“Hay que mantener los peajes porque hay deudas por pagar, el mandato que nos dio el pueblo es resolver problemas y sacar este país adelante, estamos en eso”, cerró.

Aunque no dio más detalles sobre la ejecución de ese proyecto y sobre los mecanismos que Honduras utilizaría para modificar la actualidad de los peajes en esa carretera, que tiene tres peajes de Covi en Zamorano, Siguatepeque y Cortés, informó que “se está trabajando en ello”.

La concesionaria vial Covi Honduras dio comienzo hace dos semanas con el cobro de peaje en las casetas que fueron reubicadas en la carretera interdepartamental CA-5, que conecta San Pedro Sula con Tegucigalpa, capital de Honduras. Las nuevas casetas de cobro, que anteriormente funcionaban en la recta vial de Santa Cruz de Yojoa y que fueron removidas por los constantes accidentes que ocurrían en el lugar, ahora están instaladas en el kilómetro 194, entre los sectores de La Barca y Caracol, en el mismo eje carretero, el más importante del país.

El cobro se efectúa solamente en tres casetas del carril vial, que desde el sur conduce al norte del departamento de Cortés. Se tiene previsto que en los próximos días se culmine con la instalación de las casetas, restantes en el carril de salida (de norte a sur).

Inicialmente, se manejaba que las casetas serían construidas en el kilómetro 197, entre Caracol y Potrerillos (Cortés), no obstante, tras varias protestas de pobladores de municipios aledaños, que se verían afectados con el cobro, el Gobierno central, autoridades locales y la concesionaria decidieron colocarlas en donde a partir de hoy comenzaron a operar.

Stanislaus County leaders decide Salida project dispute on a 3-1 vote Tuesday night

Stanislaus County supervisors voted Tuesday night to reject a service station and mini-storage project that had stirred debate in Salida.The 3-1 vote went against the Cal Sierra Financial proposal, which also included a drive-through restaurant and retail shops close to homes on Pirrone Road near the Hammett Road and Highway 99 interchange on the northern edge of Stanislaus County.Board Chairman Terry Withrow and supervisors Ch...

Stanislaus County supervisors voted Tuesday night to reject a service station and mini-storage project that had stirred debate in Salida.

The 3-1 vote went against the Cal Sierra Financial proposal, which also included a drive-through restaurant and retail shops close to homes on Pirrone Road near the Hammett Road and Highway 99 interchange on the northern edge of Stanislaus County.

Board Chairman Terry Withrow and supervisors Channce Condit and Vito Chiesa cast votes against the highway commercial project, but Chiesa stressed he would consider if it came back with reduced hours of operation.

Supervisor Buck Condit supported the highway commercial development, saying it was consistent with the longstanding zoning.

Supervisor Mani Grewal, who has a business interest in the vicinity of the property, did not participate because of a potential conflict of interest.

It was a victory for residents of the unincorporated community who complain that land use decisions affecting them are decided by county board members who don’t live in Salida, a town of 14,000 residents. And it was a blow for developers who invested money in plans and studies for a property that has been zoned for highway commercial services since 1988.

Major revisions to an original application, biological surveys and other paperwork resulted in a 651-page county staff report for Tuesday’s hearing.

“If the board feels it is necessary to not approve the project, you need to let us know what would be an allowable development plan on this site,” said John Anderson, planning consultant for Cal Sierra.

Tom Nevis of Cal Sierra said county leaders should consider the signal they’re sending to local developers in voting against the project.

An original plan for a truck plaza, for fueling tractor-trailer rigs at the 9.6-acre site, ran into a firestorm of criticism in 2019. Cal Sierra proposed a downscaled plan for a 24-hour service station and convenience market, a drive-through restaurant and mini-storage units, but it failed to win over residents in the Vizcaya neighborhood to the south.

The county Planning Commission voted 4-2 against the development when it reviewed revisions to the proposal on Feb. 17. The Salida Municipal Advisory Council had another look at the revisions last month and voted 5-0 in opposition. The advisory panel vote was 2-2 after a review of the plans in March 2021.

The Municipal Advisory Council gives the Salida community a chance to weigh in on development projects.

“The majority of my neighborhood is against this project,” said John Martin, a Vizcaya neighborhood resident and MAC member.

Martin said the gas stations and fast-food outlets at the Pelandale Avenue and Highway 99 interchange have attracted homeless people squatting in trailers. He said residents don’t want the same to happen at the freeway interchange on the north side of Salida.

“We like our small town,” Martin said. “We need development that will provide good-paying jobs. This proposed development will not provide that.”

Most of the community’s concerns were raised at previous meetings regarding the Cal Sierra proposal. Those concerns included light pollution, traffic, safety, crime, disturbance of wildlife and potential conflicts with a future expansion of the Hammett Road and Highway 99 interchange.

Residents speaking at Tuesday’s hearing summed up their issues, saying the project is not in harmony with the community and is not the right fit. Nice restaurants, more homes or continued farming of the 9.6-acre Pirrone Road site might be acceptable to residents, various speakers said.

Anderson, the consultant for Cal Sierra, said the fuel pumps for the proposed station were 457 feet from the closest homes. The plans also called for security guards around the clock. Along with gasoline and diesel, the service station might have offered electric vehicle charging and hydrogen fuel for hybrid cars.

Withrow disagreed with a county staff interpretation that the Cal Sierra development did not require a full environmental impact study. He referred to a section of the Salida Community Plan, approved in 2007, that ensures an applicant provides for an environmental impact report prior to development.

“On this one, I think we dropped the ball,” Withrow said.

The development might have gone before the Board of Supervisors earlier but it was delayed last year when the state Department of Fish and Wildlife required surveys for Swainson’s hawk and other species because the site is near the Stanislaus River.

Cal Sierra agreed to purchase credits from a resource conservation bank to mitigate the loss of foraging habitat for Swainson’s hawk.

This story was originally published March 16, 2022 8:34 AM.

Rivian Launches First Rivian Adventure Network DC Chargers

On June 27, 2022, Rivian opened its first Rivian Adventure Network (RAN) DC fast charging station, located in Salida, Colorado. The company noted: "Thanks to its natural beauty and abundant nearby recreational opportunities, Salida is an ideal location for Rivian’s first fast charging site."Two more stations will be opened today (June 28) in (Inyokern and Bishop, California, as Rivian explains: "These California sites support frequently visited areas like Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Fores...

On June 27, 2022, Rivian opened its first Rivian Adventure Network (RAN) DC fast charging station, located in Salida, Colorado. The company noted: "Thanks to its natural beauty and abundant nearby recreational opportunities, Salida is an ideal location for Rivian’s first fast charging site."

Two more stations will be opened today (June 28) in (Inyokern and Bishop, California, as Rivian explains: "These California sites support frequently visited areas like Yosemite National Park, Sequoia National Forest, Mammoth Lakes, and Death Valley National Park."

The station in Salida is equipped with two 300 kW cabinets (power electronics), about which we heard in February 2021, and four DC dispensers (individual stalls) - two per cabinet, described as 1A/1B and 2A/2B (similar to some Tesla Superchargers).

The stalls are sharing power from the cabinets (up to over 200 kW), which helps to minimize the infrastructure costs. The range replenishing rate is, according to Rivian, about 140 miles (225 km) in 20 minutes.

An important thing is that one of four stalls is a pull-through type, envisioned for vehicles towing trailers. The site hosts also four AC Level 2 Rivian Waypoints charging points (11.5 kW). All of the charging points are powered by 100% renewable energy (contracted).

The Rivian Adventure Network DC fast-charging stations are currently exclusive and free for Rivian drivers - charging starts automatically after plugging in. The AC charging points are available for use by any EV – not just Rivian vehicles – through the Rivian smartphone app.

Rivian has set an initial goal of 3,500 fast chargers at 600 sites across North America. However, in the most recent press release, there is no info about the deadline "by the end of 2023", which we saw in early 2021.

Below we attached interesting videos from the launch event in Salida:

Trent Warnke, Rivian’s Senior Director of Energy and Charging Solutions said:

“We designed Rivian charging to support electrified adventure, and these first sites demonstrate how we’re enabling drivers to responsibly reach some of the nation’s most breathtaking natural spaces. In addition to scenic or off-the-beaten-path destinations, our fast charging rollout is designed to ensure travelers have places to charge along major transportation corridors coast to coast.”

El actor que reemplazará a Henry Cavill tras su salida de “The Witcher”

Aunque la noticia de la renovación por una cuarta temporada de “The Witcher” debería llenar de algarabía a la audiencia, el anuncio de la salida de Henry Cavill de la exitosa serie de fantasía ha hecho que sus seguidores, literalmente, peguen el grito al cielo. Si bien, veremos por última vez a la estr...

Aunque la noticia de la renovación por una cuarta temporada de “The Witcher” debería llenar de algarabía a la audiencia, el anuncio de la salida de Henry Cavill de la exitosa serie de fantasía ha hecho que sus seguidores, literalmente, peguen el grito al cielo. Si bien, veremos por última vez a la estrella de Hollywood en la tercera entrega, que llegará en 2023, lo cierto es que su partida dejará un gran vacío. Pero como Netflix debe continuar, ya le consiguió su reemplazo.

Sí, ante la partida del actor, el gigante de streaming ya conversó y llegó a un acuerdo con el histrión que se meterá en la piel del personaje principal Geralt de Rivia. Conoce de quién se trata en los siguientes párrafos.

EL REEMPLAZO DE HENRY CAVILL EN “THE WITCHER”

El actor que reemplazará a Henry Cavill tras su salida de “The Witcher” será un rostro conocido, nos referimos a Liam Hemsworth, quien será el protagonista de la serie en la cuarta temporada.

“Es oficial: ‘The Witcher’ regresa para la temporada 4, y Henry Cavill entregará sus espadas a Liam Hemsworth como el nuevo Geralt de Rivia después de la temporada 3. Bienvenido a la familia Witcher, ¡Liam Hemsworth!”, publicaron desde su cuenta oficial de Twitter.

Cavill, quien ha interpretado al cazador de monstruos conocido como ‘El brujo’ desde el debut de la serie, en diciembre de 2019, usó sus redes sociales para referirse a su salida y, de paso, desear lo mejor a su reemplazo.

“Mi viaje como Geralt de Rivia ha estado lleno de monstruos y aventuras, y por desgracia, dejaré mi medallón y mis espadas en la cuarta temporada. En mi lugar, el fantástico Sr. Liam Hemsworth tomará el manto del Lobo Blanco. Como sucede con los más grandes personajes literarios, paso la antorcha con reverencia por el tiempo que he pasado encarnando a Geralt y con entusiasmo por ver la versión de Liam de este hombre tan fascinante y lleno de matices. Liam, buen señor, este personaje tiene una profundidad maravillosa, disfruta buceando y viendo lo que puedes encontrar”, escribió en Twitter.

Usando la misma red social, Hemsworth también se refirió a su incorporación: “Como fan de ‘The Witcher’, estoy encantado de tener la oportunidad de interpretar a Geralt of Rivia. Henry Cavill ha sido un Geralt increíble y me siento honrado de que me ceda las riendas y me permita coger las espadas del Lobo Blanco para el siguiente capítulo de su aventura. Henry, he sido un fan tuyo durante años y me ha inspirado lo que has aportado a este querido personaje. Puede que tenga que llenar unas botas muy grandes, pero estoy realmente emocionado de entrar en el mundo de “The Witcher’”.

¿QUIÉN ES LIAM HEMSWORTH?

Liam Hemsworth es mejor conocido por su papel de Gale Hawthorne en la saga “Los juegos del hambre”. Nació en Melbourne, Australia, el 13 de enero de 1990. Es hermano del reconocido Chris Hemsworth, quien da vida a Thor, y de Luke Hemsworth, también actor.

¿POR QUÉ HENRY CAVILL DEJÓ “THE WITCHER”?

Aunque no está confirmado, la salida de Henry Cavill de “The Witcher” obedecería a su último cameo en la escena post-crédito de “Black Adam”, donde retoma después de cinco años su querido personaje Superman. Es decir, se centraría en interpretar al superhéroe, por lo que deja de saldo la serie de fantasía. A esto se sumaría los desacuerdos que habría tenido con Netflix para que revisen su contrato.

Aunque lo que más le entusiasma es ponerse nuevamente bajo la piel del ‘Hombre de acero’. “Han pasado cinco años. Nunca perdí la esperanza. Es increíble estar aquí ahora hablando de eso otra vez. Hay un futuro brillante por delante para el personaje. Estoy muy emocionado de contar una historia con un Superman enormemente alegre”, señaló Cavill.

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