The Co-op is rolling out its re-launching its entire range of in-store bakery products into its own brand, and revamping its in-store bakeries. The change will take effect from 6 October. It means that Co-op’s ISB products will have to meet strict guidelines, be made with only free-range eggs and be free from artificial colours, flavourings and hydrogenated vegetable oil.The range includes many premium Truly Irresistible products, including all-butter croissants and French baguettes. Speciality breads include Truly Irresistible Multigrain Rustique bread and Truly Irresistible Tomato Tear & Share Bread. For customers with a sweet tooth, the Truly Irresistible range also includes tempting new cookies, including triple chocolate, maple & pecan and white chocolate & cranberry varieties. Category buyer for bakery Ian Kevitt said: “The bakery team has worked closely with experienced suppliers and bakers to introduce a fantastic, all-encompassing in-store bakery range designed to really tempt the tastebuds of our customers.” The Co-operative operates 1916 in-store bakeries in stores throughout the UK.
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On Monday, Vulfpeck announced their eighth studio release, Hill Climber, the follow-up to 2017’s Mr. Finish Line, due out December 7, 2018 (pre-order digital download here). Vulfpeck has consistently released a collection of studio recordings every year since their official inception in 2011. Along with the album’s announcement, Vulfpect released a pair of singles, “Lost My Treble Long Ago” and “Soft Parade”.While the initial announcement came with a classic Vulf-style video for the NOLA-inflected “Lost My Treble Long Ago”, the second single, “Soft Parade”, was only made available via Apple platforms. Now, Vulfpeck has shared an official video for “Soft Parade” in their signature lo-fi style, featuring Jack Stratton, Joe Dart, Woody Goss, and Theo Katzman sitting in a circle facing outward as they perform the peppy new tune. You can watch the new video below:Vulfpeck – “Soft Parade” [Official Video][Video: Vulf]The band is crowdfunding a run of 2,000 first-pressing vinyl copies of Hill Climber. You can pre-order a custom copy with your name on the back cover for 20 pounds (U.K.) here. On the project’s website, the tracklisting is laid out with ten total tracks, featuring special guest collaborations with vocalist Monica Martin, vocalist Mike Viola, and multi-instrumentalist Louis Cole (KNOWER), with featured vocals from Theo Katzman and Antwaun Stanley.The album announcement and new releases come ahead of the Vulfpeck’s upcoming sold-out two-night run in Brooklyn, New York, where they will make their headlining debut at Kings Theatre. From there, the band will head to Europe for shows in Copenhagen, Paris, Dublin, and London before returning to the U.S. for their only other scheduled performance at Suwanee Hulaween.See below for a full tracklisting for Vulfpeck’s upcoming album, Hill Climber.Vulfpeck – Hill Climber TracklistingA SIDEHalf of the Way (feat. Theo Katzman)Darwin Derby (feat. Theo Katzman & Antwaun Stanley)Lonely Town (feat. Theo Katzman)Love is a Beautiful Thing (feat. Theo Katzman & Monica Martin)For Survival (feat. Mike Viola)B SIDESoft ParadeLost My Treble Long AgoDisco Ulysses (Instrumental)The Cup StackerIt Gets Funkier IV (feat. Louis Cole)View ‘Hill Climber’ Tracklisting
Students will be able to support a great cause while enjoying a tasty burrito Thursday when Saint Mary’s Dance Marathon hosts a giveback night at the Chipotle in Eddy Street Commons. From 2 p.m. to 10 p.m., 50 percent of the proceeds generated will benefit the Riley Hospital for Children when patrons bring in a voucher advertising the giveback. Dance Marathon vice president of marketing Kate Kellogg said students should take time out from studying for finals to visit the event. “It’s a good break from studying,” Kellogg said. “It’s a good way to give back to the community.” Kellogg said Dance Marathon chose to partner with Chipotle because of its close proximity to both the Notre Dame and Saint Mary’s campuses. “It’s easy access for students and freshmen who don’t have cars,” she said. “They can just take the trolley.” Although the Riley Hospital for Children is located in Indianapolis, it helps treat children of local families, and some of them attended the Dance Marathon family dinner last Friday. “It’s really neat to see that Riley doesn’t just treat children from Indianapolis, but children from all over,” Kellogg said, “[Riley] is doing great work all over.” Last year SMC Dance Marathon held a similar giveback night and earned $2,000 for its cause. Kellogg said that Dance Marathon is aiming to match that amount this year. If students can’t make it to the giveback event but still want to help Dance Marathon, Kellogg said the group will host a Buffalo Wild Wings giveback event next semester. Students will also be able to register as a dancer for the Dance Marathon event in the spring during three days in January and three days in February, Kellogg said. Kellogg said she and the other members of Dance Marathon are passionate about the event because they’ve met some of the children affected. “We went to a luncheon at the hospital and [saw] the children treated at Riley and how great the families’ experience was,” she said. “[We heard] the children’s stories of growth and feeling and the way the hospital touches them.”
Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window) MGN ImageRANDOLPH – A Frewsburg man was charged following a crash on Cemetery Hill Road in the Town of Randolph this week.The Cattaraugus County Sheriff’s Office says Dylan Wier, 32, crashed just after 4:30 p.m. Thursday.Deputies say Wier was allegedly in possession of two hypodermic syringe’s and a small amount of heroin.Wier is charged with seventh-degree criminal possession of a controlled substance and criminal possession of a hypodermic instrument. Deputies say Wier was released with an appearance ticket for the Town of Randolph court at a later date.
In Colombia, for example, the cocaine barons’ main icon was Pablo Escobar (1980-1990); his luxuries included sponsoring soccer teams, using planes for advertising, building affordable housing in the lower-income areas of Medellin, using the press to portray himself as a victim of persecution, and many others. What takes place, in fact, is large-scale bartering. They take advantage of the extreme deprivation in poor communities, such as in the favelas (slums) within Rio de Janeiro, and buy support from those poor populations at a bargain. If that does not sound familiar, let’s look at some of the most classic cases. Of course, technology accompanies the process, and cyberspace is often used for those practices. The most critical phase usually takes place when financing drugs is used as a way to provide authenticity for illegally obtained power. The main actions usually include hiring lawyers, recruiting people from Human Rights organizations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), financing political campaigns, and the ensuing election of mayors and members of parliament. Finally, after more than two decades, there are still people in Medellin who lay flowers at Pablo Escobar’s grave every day. In Rio de Janeiro’s favelas, young drug dealers still spray paint walls with graffiti of Rogério Lengruber’s initials and those of other gang leaders who have been dead for over a decade. By Dialogo December 21, 2015 Congratulations to Colonel (R-1) Montenegro for the excellent approach to narco-populism. Excellent overview of what is happening in Public Security, especially in the State of Rio de Janeiro. Organ system failure that seeks to provide stability, favoring and making space for traffickers to occupy the State’s vacancy. Organized crime occupies the spaces where the government is absent in many different ways and always with a lot of creativity. With minor variations, some of the activities have found a scenario that is quite fertile for replication in Latin American countries. The context is usually adorned with the same ingredients: indifference to poverty, decline of the elite, demoralized politicians, social contrasts, corruption, and government inefficiency. This phenomenon, which is now called narco-populism, deserves to be studied from a multidisciplinary perspective by professionals with different viewpoints. A flawed interpretation by less enlightened individuals and the gains of unethical opportunists make this scenario a direct threat to democracies that are still in the process of consolidation. In Mexico, “Chapo” Guzman is still seen by a significantly large part of the population as the great “sheriff” of Sinaloa for having distributed “confiscated” land, food, and construction materials. The drug-trafficking leaders in Rio de Janeiro’s favelas have been financing funk parties (rave-like dances), medical treatment, home repairs, Christmas presents, fireworks for New Year’s Eve, soccer tournaments, etc. since the 1990s. At some events, people sing songs praising drug trafficking, sex, and hostility against the police with the connivance of corrupt elements within law enforcement. This scenario is favorable to drug traffickers who purport to be the “messiahs of the poor,” an opportunistic revision of the Robin Hood character. Among disadvantaged populations, they profess to be providers of wealth and instant justice and even claim to be mediators for family issues. This is just one of the features that characterize the failure of a democratic, rule-of-law state. *Sampaio Task Force Commander during the pacification of the Alemão and Penha Slum Complexes in 2011 and 2012. M.S. in Military Sciences. Only by understanding the meaning of narco-populism can Latin American countries correctly choose effective actions to fight this scourge and encourage the population to adopt the right attitude. There are other similar activities that still continue, including the systematic use of violence, targeted killings, infiltration, blackmail, extortion, threats to their direct enemies, and impressive escapes from prisons with the use of helicopters or underground tunnels.
20SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr ATM giant Diebold Nixdorf and IT services company Samsung SDS America have revealed technology that could soon allow credit union members and other financial services customers to get money out of an ATM using only their faces.The technology, debuted this month, lets members set up ATM withdrawals from anywhere via their mobile banking apps. Users then go to an ATM, tap their phones to a near field communications (NFC) reader on the ATM and authenticate with facial recognition software on their mobile devices. The terminal then dispenses their cash.The process is supposed to take less than half the time of a standard ATM transaction, according to Samsung SDA America.Though many financial institutions are already rolling out cardless ATM-transaction technology, the Diebold/Samsung concept provides a way to use an ATM without needing a card or a PIN. continue reading »
The firm said in its report that it had changed its investment strategy before the start of this year to take account of the more volatile markets and the very low levels of interest rates.“This has meant a reduction in risk within the portfolio by bringing down the equities exposure, as well as an increase in the more stabilising asset classes such as property,” it said.As a consequence, all PFA customers came through the first half without negative returns, in spite of the negative market movements.PFA Group’s total assets rose to DKK584bn at the end of June from DKK545bn at the end of December.Meanwhile, the three pension funds run by Unipension – MP Pension (MP) for Danish M.A.s and M.Sc.s, the Architects’ Pension Fund (AP) and the Pension Fund for Agricultural Academics and Veterinary Surgeons (PJD) – reported first half pre-tax investment returns of 3%, 2.8% and 3.4% respectively.This compares with full-year 2015 returns of 4.4%, 5.1% and 4.7% for the three funds.All three pension funds said their half-year results included extra costs due to their ongoing separation from the Unipension cooperation they have worked within for the last few years.But administrative expenses were lower than had been expected, the pension funds said. MP Pension’s figures showed Danish equities to be its poorest-performing asset class in the six-month month period, making a 3.8% loss, while gilt-edged bonds were the strongest performers, with a 7.5% return.The pension funds announced in December that the Unipension name would disappear by the end of 2016, after AP and PJD decided to move their schemes to labour-market pensions provider Sampension, with MP Pension continuing alone.In other news, Engineers’ pension fund ISP, which is outsourced to commercial mutual provider AP Pension, saw the return on its guaranteed pension product surge to 12% in the first half of this year from 0.4% for the whole of 2015.Announcing interim results, the pension fund said the high return on the product was due in particular to the fall in interest rates in the period, which produced bond-price rises, as well as gains on its interest-rate hedging.However, the low level of prevailing interest rates also meant ISP had to put more money aside to be able to live up to its guarantees, the pension fund said.Yields on market-rate pensions were between 1.1% and 3.5% in the first half, depending on risk profile, compared with a range of 1.1% to 2.4% for the whole of 2015.Karin Elbæk Nielsen, director at ISP, said: “It was an area of focus for the board to maintain the positive development in returns, which was not as good in 2015.” Denmark’s largest commercial pension provider PFA Pension reported a fall in investment returns in the first half of this year but said steps it had taken to cut risk had kept profits positive despite negative markets.The return on PFA’s average interest rate product fell to 1.9% in January to June from 3.2% in the same period last year, while the return related to market-rate products fell to 2% from 6.6%.In absolute terms, however, PFA’s total investment return for the six-month period was DKK21bn (€2.8bn), up from DKK8bn.Allan Polack, chief executive at PFA, said: “I am very pleased with the return of DKK21bn, most of all on behalf of our customers because, in spite of a very challenging investment environment in the first half year – with low oil prices, Brexit, negative yields and other significant moments of instability – they can see a positive return on their pension assets.”
Indianapolis, In. — State officials have named the firefly as the official state insect. Governor Holcomb signed SEA236 this week to make the declaration official.The campaign to honor the firefly began at a school system in the Lafayette area, this year the governor included it in his legislative agenda.The insect was named by entomologist and Hew Harmony, Indiana resident Thomas Say in 1826.
Greesnburg, In. — A home on East Washington Street was damaged by fire Monday evening.Firefighters were called to the 300 block of East Washington Street in Greensburg around 9 p.m. and found fire in the structure. By 10:40 p.m. the fire was out at first responders cleared the scene.No one was home at the time of the fire. No injuries were reported. The cause is under investigation. The home was not a total loss.
— The Brooklyn Nets don’t look ready for a restart, but general manager Sean Marks says there was no discussion of the team not traveling to Florida for the resumption of the NBA season. DeAndre Jordan and Wilson Chandler aren’t going, and Spencer Dinwiddie’s status is uncertain after both he and Jordan tested positive for the coronavirus. Marks also says neither Kevin Durant nor Kyrie Irving will return from injuries to rejoin the Nets this season. The GM says he will support any other players who choose not to play. Brooklyn is currently in seventh place in the Eastern Conference. — Don’t even think of putting an asterisk on this year’s NBA champion. Ask around the league and coaches and players all seem to agree that the 2020 title, if awarded, will be the hardest in league history to claim. The 2020 season has seen political unrest between the NBA and China, the deaths of David Stern and Kobe Bryant, racial issues across the nation and, if that wasn’t enough, a pandemic. In short, this has been a year like none other and the NBA believes the championship will be most definitely earned.NFL-PRESEASONAP Source: NFL cutting preseason in half, pushing back startUNDATED (AP) — A person with knowledge of the decision tells The Associated Press that the NFL will cut the preseason in half and push the start of exhibition play back a week to give players more time to get in shape. Teams haven’t been able to gather together since last season because of the coronavirus pandemic. The league and the players association have been meeting to find ways to make sure they can have games in a safe environment. The exhibition slate will now begin Aug. 20 instead of Aug. 13. Teams will begin reporting to training camp July 28. In other coronavirus related sports news:— UConn women’s basketball coach Geno Auriemma is asking for federal help to get foreign students that include athletes back to campus. The Huskies have three foreign players on their roster. The Hall of Fame head coach says they and other foreign students studying in the Unite States are still overseas because of restrictions put in place with the coronavirus pandemic. U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal of Connecticut said he and other members of Congress plan to press the Department of Homeland Security to grant exemptions for the students, similar to ones given to professional athletes last month.— Coach Dawn Staley would be prepping the U.S. women’s basketball team for the Tokyo Olympics this week if not for the coronavirus pandemic. Instead, she’ll hold a Zoom conference call with players who are vying for a spot on the roster in 2021, if the postponed Olympics are held next year. Staley says they’ll say hello and get a virtual hug. Staley’s focus these days involves getting her South Carolina women’s team back on campus in a safe environment. Her team finished No. 1 in the last AP poll and won the SEC Tournament before the NCAA Tournament was canceled because of the coronavirus.— Six players with FC Dallas have tested positive for COVID-19 and the entire team has been quarantined ahead of the MLS Is Back tournament. The team says the players tested positive upon arrival in Florida for a tournament that starts next week. All of the league’s 26 teams are sequestered in hotels in advance of the tournament played without fans at the ESPN Wide World of Sports complex at Disney World.— For the first time in almost a century, Mexico has cancelled its professional baseball season. And the Mexico City Marathon, Latin America’s most important, has also been cancelled. It’s the first time in 95 years a whole season had been cancelled. The season was scheduled to start Aug. 7, but the 16 team owners decided that they could not guarantee the safety of fans and players. In other NBA news: — Houston’s Thabo Sefolosha is opting out of the NBA’s restart in Orlando. The person spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity Wednesday because the decision hasn’t been announced. Sefolosha is in his first season with the Rockets. The 36-year-old is a 15-year NBA veteran who has also played for Utah, Atlanta, Oklahoma City and Chicago. The Rockets are schedule to resume the season on July 31 against the Dallas Mavericks.— Los Angeles Clippers coach Doc Rivers says Lou Williams is expected to join the team for the NBA’s restart in Florida. Williams has described himself as “50-50” on whether he would finish out the pandemic-interrupted season. Rivers says he doesn’t think any of the Clippers are opting out from resuming the season. The team heads to Orlando next week.— Philadelphia 76ers coach Brett Brown says All-Stars Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid are healthy for the NBA restart. Brown says Simmons is “good to go” following a lengthy layoff with a back injury. Embiid was recovering from surgery on his left hand and had just returned after missing five games with a sprained left shoulder at the time of the shutdown. Brown says he expects Embiid to return to play in the best shape of his professional career. – The Dallas Mavericks have signed guard Trey Burke as a replacement after center Willie Cauley-Stein decided not to rejoin the team for the planned resumption of the season. Burke is familiar with the Mavericks after getting traded to Dallas in the blockbuster deal that also brought Kristaps Porzingis from the New York Knicks. Burke played 25 games for Philadelphia this season. The 27-year-old was waived in February, about a month before the NBA shut down because of the coronavirus pandemic. Cauley-Stein opted out of playing because of the impending birth of his daughter this month. Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditBobsled and skeleton officials indicated Wednesday that they are still planning for a full World Cup season, releasing detailed schedules for eight races as well as the world championships that remain scheduled for February in Lake Placid, New York. Also still on the schedule: a season-finale at the new track built for the 2022 Beijing Olympics. The addition to the revised schedule released Wednesday was the addition of women’s monobob to the schedule for Lake Placid’s two weeks of world-title races.MLB-BASEBALL RETURNSMLB players begin reporting for tests as first workouts nearUNDATED (AP) — Baseball players began reporting to their teams Wednesday in the most significant step yet as MLB presses ahead with its plan for a 60-game sprint of a season. Most players underwent a battery of health checks, not only for COVID-19 but also for any other lingering ailments from spring training, ahead of planned workouts beginning Friday and Saturday. And one thing was clear: Despite rising numbers of positive tests and some players opting out, most players and executives are bullish about the season taking place in just a few weeks. July 1, 2020 In other baseball news:— An emotional Chicago Cubs pitching coach Tommy Hottovy is recovering from a severe case of COVID-19 that quarantined him for 30 days. The former major leaguer learned he had the virus on the third day he felt ill following a nasal test. He isolated in a spare bedroom with symptoms that got so bad he spent part of one day at the hospital. Hottovy tested negative about two weeks ago and still gets winded easily. Hottovy isolated in a spare bedroom with a relentless fever, difficulty breathing, dehydration and an increased heart rate. It was particularly bad at night, making sleep just about impossible.— The Kansas City Royals have launched what they are calling a “Fanbassador” program in which up to 500 fans may purchase a plastic cutout of their likeness for $40 apiece that will be displayed in a seat at Kauffman Stadium during the abbreviated 2020 season. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Royals Respond Fund. That’s an effort to support Kansas City-area nonprofits that are focused on food insecurity amid the coronavirus pandemic. Other baseball franchises like the Oakland A’s have proposed the similar programs.— Colorado Rockies general manager Jeff Bridich says he supports outfielder Ian Desmond’s decision to sit out the 2020 major league baseball season over concerns about the coronavirus pandemic and other issues in society. Bridich says Desmond’s decision won’t affect his future in Denver nor will it spoil the special relationship the men have developed while working together in Denver. The Rockies have found a replacement for Desmond in veteran Matt Kemp. The slugger as agreed to a minor league deal with the Rockies and could get the DH job.— Catcher Patrick Bailey has agreed to a minor league contract with the San Francisco Giants that includes a $3.8 million signing bonus. He was selected 13th overall in last month’s amateur draft, The 21-year-old hit .296 with six homers, including three grand slams, and 20 RBIs in 17 games in the pandemic-shortened season as a junior at North Carolina State. He earned the Johnny Bench award as the top Division I catcher, an honor also won the Giants’ Buster Posey in 2008 and Joey Bart in 2018. -If basketball icon LeBron James gets his way, NBA arenas and other sports venues around the country will be mega polling sites for the November general election. The Atlanta Hawks and the Detroit Pistons have already made deals with local elections officials in their cities. The effort will advise sports franchises around the country on how to follow suit.NCAA-COMPENSATING ATHLETESSankey: federal NIL law needed to ensure fair competitionUNDATED (AP) — Southeastern Conference commissioner Greg Sankey has told a U.S. Senate committee that there needs to be a uniform federal law to regulate the compensation of college athletes instead of a series of state-level versions with different requirements.The hearing came as three states have signed athlete-compensation bills into law, with Florida’s set to take effect next summer. Sankey said there’s a risk of states “one-upping each other” with their own versions without a federal law. Associated Press In other NFL news:— The Green Bay Packers have signed each of their two top draft picks: Utah State quarterback Jordan Love and Boston College running back A.J. Dillon. Green Bay gave the Miami Dolphins a fourth-round draft choice to move up four spots in the first round and take Love with the 26th overall selection back in April. The Packers chose Dillon with the 62nd overall pick. Both selections were somewhat surprising because the Packers already have two-time MVP Aaron Rodgers at quarterback and Aaron Jones at running back.— Some NFL players are raising concerns about playing football amid the coronavirus pandemic while others are ignoring advice of medical experts by working out with teammates. JC Tretter, a center on the Cleveland Browns and president of the NFL Players Association, wrote an open letter to players saying they have to fight for “necessary COVID-19 protections.” New Orleans Saints safety Malcolm Jenkins said last week that “football is a nonessential business and so we don’t need to do it.” Pittsburgh Steelers defensive lineman Cameron Heyward has asthma so he wants to “take every precaution” if he plays.NHL-COYOTES-KESSELHealthy Kessel expected to give Coyotes a boost in return BOBSLED-WORLD CUPBobsled, skeleton still planning for full World Cup seasonLAKE PLACID, N.Y. (AP) — Bobsled and skeleton officials indicated Wednesday that they are still planning for a full World Cup season, releasing detailed schedules for eight races as well as the world championships that remain scheduled for February in Lake Placid, New York. Also still on the schedule: a season-finale at the new track built for the 2022 Beijing Olympics. The addition to the revised schedule released Wednesday was the addition of women’s monobob to the schedule for Lake Placid’s two weeks of world-title races. NBA NEWSLakers add veteran J.R. Smith for Orlando championship pushLOS ANGELES (AP) — J.R. Smith has joined LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers for their championship push.The Lakers announced their long-anticipated signing of Smith as a substitute player. Smith is the Lakers’ replacement for Avery Bradley, who cited family reasons for his decision not to finish the season with the Lakers in Orlando.The 34-year-old Smith hasn’t played in the league since November 2018, but the 2013 Sixth Man of the Year is a longtime trusted teammate of James. They won the NBA title together with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016 and reached four consecutive NBA Finals. In other NCAA news:— The NCAA’s infractions case against the University of Kansas men’s basketball program has been accepted into a newly created independent investigation process that was created to handle especially complex cases. It is the first step in a process that was created in August 2018 to deal with select cases and minimize perceived conflicts of interest. Kansas has been accused by the NCAA of committing five Level I violations, which are considered the most egregious, as part of the fallout of an FBI investigation into college basketball corruption. The case hinges on whether representatives of apparel company Adidas were acting as boosters when two of them arrange payments to prospective recruits.COLLEGE FOOTBALL-SCALLEYUtah defensive coordinator Scalley to keep job after reviewSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Utah defensive coordinator Morgan Scalley will remain on staff but will take a pay cut and must undergo diversity training after being suspended for using a racial slur in a 2013 text message. Utah announced Scalley will participate in diversity and inclusion education, and have his salary cut from $1.1 million to $525,000. His contract also was trimmed from a multiyear deal to a one-year deal, and he will no longer be the designated head coach in waiting. Scalley was suspended last month when his use of a racial slur in a text message was posted on social media. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — A healthy Phil Kessel should give the Arizona Coyotes a big lift when the NHL season resumes. Kessel labored during the first part of his inaugural season in the desert while battling injuries. The 32-year-old right wing suffered a groin injury early and didn’t have the same explosiveness he had in the past, scoring 14 goals with 24 assists in 70 games. The NHL’s shutdown due to the coronavirus pandemic allowed Kessel to heal, giving the Coyotes hope of a deep playoff run.Elsewhere in the NL:— Carolina Hurricanes president and general manager Don Waddell says executive Rick Dudley won’t return. The 71-year-old Dudley had worked as the Hurricanes senior vice president of hockey operations since 2018, part of nearly five decades in professional hockey. That included serving as general manager for four NHL franchises. He also played and coached the Buffalo Sabres. Waddell says he and Dudley talked “months ago” about his plans to move on at the end of his contract. Waddell also says the Hurricanes are still in talks with longtime TV play-by-play announcer John Forslund on a new deal.SPORTS-VIRUS OUTBREAKUNDATED (AP) — Webb Simpson is competing on the PGA Tour again after his family had a coronavirus scare. One of Simpson’s daughters tested positive for the virus, leading to him withdrawing from last week’s tournament as a precaution. Simpson says the daughter, along with his wife and other kids, later tested negative. Webb leads the tour in FedEx Cup points and scoring average. He is attempting to become the PGA Tour’s first player with three victories during this pandemic-interrupted year. Chad Campbell has withdrawn from the Rocket Mortgage Classic in Detroit after becoming the sixth PGA Tour player to test positive for the coronavirus. Update on the latest sports