A position-by-position look at the matchups in the NBA Finals between the Golden State Warriors vs Cleveland Cavaliers: CENTRE: Zaza Pachulia vs Tristan Thompson. Pachulia is back and ready to go after missing two games in the Western Conference finals with a heel injury. He may not be out there long if the Warriors decide they need more mobility against Thompson, who is nearly averaging a double-double and shooting 60 per cent while creating plenty of extra possessions with his offensive rebounding for the Cavaliers. Edge: Cavaliers. POWER FORWARD: Draymond Green vs Kevin Love. Green wanted the matchup with the Cavaliers after Golden State fell short last year despite his brilliant Game 7, and now here it comes. On top of his versatility and defence that is so important to Golden State, he’s shooting 47 per cent from 3-point range in the postseason, tops on a team that has some of the best perimeter shooters in the world. Edge: Warriors. SMALL FORWARD: Kevin Durant vs LeBron James. Durant has been terrific in his first postseason with the Warriors, averaging 25.2 points on 55.6 per cent shooting. James has been even better, putting up 32.5 points on nearly 57 per cent shooting, and adding 8.0 rebounds and 7.0 assists per game. Edge: Cavaliers. SHOOTING GUARD: Klay Thompson vs J.R. Smith. Thompson’s shot has been off in the postseason, hitting just about 38 per cent from the field, but his defence is probably more important than his offence now anyway as the usual primary defender against Kyrie Irving. Smith has had a quiet postseason, playing more than 30 minutes and taking more than eight shots just once in the Eastern Conference finals. Edge: Warriors. POINT GUARD: Stephen Curry vs Kyrie Irving. With his big performance in Game 5 that helped start Cleveland’s comeback, his 3-pointer in Game 7 and then his go-ahead basket in their Christmas Day matchup, Irving has repeatedly hurt the Warriors. Now he comes into this series off a sizzling conference finals, shooting 62 per cent against Boston. Curry is averaging 28.6 points in the play-offs and looking like a different player now than heading into last year’s NBA Finals after a knee injury earlier in the postseason. Edge: Warriors. RESERVES: Andre Iguodala, Shawn Livingston, JaVale McGee, Ian Clark, David West, and Patrick McCaw vs Channing Frye, Iman Shumpert, Kyle Korver, Deron Williams and Richard Jefferson. Advantage: Warriors.
…to be deliberated at UN General Council MeetingNew Global Human Order (NGHO) – an initiative piloted by the late Dr Cheddi Jagan in 1994, which has found favour with over 160 countries across the globe, will in a matter of days come up for deliberation and a possible vote and call to action, at the world’s highest forum – the United Nations General Assembly, as it meets for its 71st General Council Meeting.Dr. Cheddi JaganThe People’s Progressive Party (PPP), the political party that Dr Jagan founded, this past week called on the current Administration to recognise the importance of the NGHO at the UN General Assembly and to put its full weight behind the initiative when the matter holds the attention of world leaders once again.This was the clarion call by former Ambassadors, Ministers, President and other dignitaries when they met at the National Library this past weekend for a public gathering to discuss, ahead of the UN General Assembly’s confab, Guyana’s position on the matter in light of the fact that Dr Jagan’s party was now in Opposition.‘Baby … bathwater’PPP General Secretary Clement Rohee addressing the modest gathering at the National Library on Friday evening urged that the current A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) Government “not throw out the baby with the bathwater”.In attendance were former Ambassador to Brazil, Merlin Udho; former Ambassador to Cuba, Mitra Devi Ali, brother of the late Dr Walter Rodney, Lawrence Rodney; former Prime Minister Samuel Hinds; former Junior Finance Minister Juan Edghill and a host of other high-profile PPP/Civic figures in addition to the current Russian and Chilean Plenipotentiary Representatives to Guyana.Dr Jagan’s NGHO was first publicised in 1994 following his ascension to office. He called for a different approach in the relationships between the developed and the developing countries.Rohee, in his presentation to the gathering, said his party had been pushed into posing the question to Parliament and was told by Vice President Carl Greenidge that “Government will continue to pursue issue as we move forward,” but not before saying that the initiative had essentially expired and had been overtaken by time.Rohee said that it was this uncertainty in the responses provided by Government that caused the Party to hold the public forum to remind of the importance of the Guyanese initiative despite of the political party in office.Caricom supportHe said the Vice President’s answer was “good news on paper”, but urged that the Party members not sit on their “laurels” and be complacent.He said the PPP has already written to members of Caricom, reminding of the importance of the occasion and again calling for their support.According to Rohee, “We thought it would be useful to have this (Public) forum to discuss the matter, precisely because of this session of the UN General Assembly.”He questioned, “…how could an important matter like this be up for discussion on the highest forum in the world and the country that has proposed that this matter be on the agenda remain silent?”Still relevantAddressing the primarily PPP supporters gathered in the National Library, Rohee conceded that aspects of Dr Jagan’s NGHO would have to be refined since it was always proposed as an agreement between countries that had been crafted some time ago that recognised the need for continuous reviews.He argued nonetheless that the main tenets of the agreement were still relevant in today’s reality—moreso now.Disorder“This is an evolving concept,” Rohee said, even as he spoke to its relevance in the 21st Century, since according to him, the world has been plunged into a state of disorder.Speaking directly to the response provided by Government, Rohee said, “I agree, I fully support the idea that this work can be revised, can be edited, but I don’t agree we throw out the baby with bathwater…the concept is still relevant in today’s world.”He said what might have been applicable in 1994 may not be applicable in 2016, but as the situation evolved “obviously the necessary changes will have to be made”. Rohee nonetheless expressed optimism that the concept advanced by his Party’s founder which had found favour with Caricom, the Commonwealth and further afield including the RIO Group would in fact be represented seriously at the UN forum.CopenhagenDr Walter Rodney’s brother, Lawrence, who filled in for former Ambassador Rudy Insanally –initially slated to speak – also spoke to the importance of the NGHO, to not just Guyana but the world at large.He reminded that in 1995 when the late President launched the initiative at Copenhagen, he was the only Third World leader to be given a standing ovation and subsequently invited to give presentations across the European territories.Rodney also conceded that the Jagan initiative was not a stand-alone process and had found favour with more than 160 countries, given its merits.He said Dr Jagan’s NGHO, as presented to the world, “was a comprehensive strategy for a new kind of social partnership” between countriesAccording to Rodney, the NGHO had been crafted at a time when the world had just come out of the Cold War and the United States “was behaving like a nuclear bully”.He said it was a time too when the world had come to begin to realise the disparaging effects of the disparities that existed and continue to exist across the globe and the need for a different approach to remedy the state of affairs given the dire consequences that have become more pronounced today.New World OrderRodney and each of the other presenters spoke to the fact that the threats of terrorism, the refugee crisis and many of the other human catastrophes across the planet were as a result of the inequalities that Dr Jagan had recognised and was attempting to remedy.He spoke to the fact too that Dr Jagan’s NGHO had also taken cognisance of environmental strategies and ideas – so pronounced now given the climate change phenomena.According to Rodney, Dr Jagan’s initiative was well researched and analysed which is why it has managed to gain the respect of world leaders hence its place on the UN Agenda.First published in 1994, Dr Jagan’s initiative was officially taken on as a UN resolution in 2000 and over the years, has been reviewed garnering support over time from more and more countriesThe concept of the New Global Human Order calls for a people-centred sustainable development policy and programme aimed at the eradication of poverty and the establishment of a just and more humane system of international relations.
0Shares0000LONDON, April 30- Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone is relishing the prospect of leading his side against city rivals Real Madrid in the Champions League final after eliminating Chelsea in the last four.The two Madrid clubs will become the first teams from the same city to contest a European Cup final when they meet in Lisbon on May 24 after Atletico won 3-1 at Chelsea in the semi-finals on Wednesday. Atletico have taken four points from Real in the league this season, having beaten them for the first time in 14 years in last year’s Copa del Rey final.Simeone, however, does not believe that Atletico’s intimate knowledge of their rivals will necessarily work in their favour.“I don’t see it as an advantage or a disadvantage,” he said.“The reality is that we know each other very well and have been playing each other for a really long time. We will be playing a powerful club who are used to the big European nights.“It’s been many years since we’ve been there, so it will be a new experience for us, but we’ll be very eager and excited to play well in the final.”Atletico last appeared in a European Cup final in 1974, when they lost 4-0 to Bayern Munich in a replay at the Heysel Stadium in Brussels after a 1-1 draw in their first encounter.Simeone has also taken the club to within two wins of a first La Liga crown since 1996, but the former Argentina midfielder played down suggestions that he is now the world’s pre-eminent coach.“I don’t think it’s the right time to think about that or talk about that,” said the 44-year-old, who had two spells at Atletico as a player.“Right now I’m just focusing on our next game against Levante. I just want to congratulate the players and the staff at the club, because without their hard work we wouldn’t be here.”– ‘Thanks to the mothers’ –Asked if it had been the best moment of his managerial career, Simeone replied: “Considering we were playing against such a big opponent at their own stadium, that always enhances the game.“I’m very happy with the second-half reaction. We played very well in the second half and controlled the game against world-class opponents.“That will be the lasting memory of this game, that we controlled the game against a great side and were able to reach the final.”Another former Atletico player, Fernando Torres, tipped the balance of the tie in Chelsea’s favour when he swept home a cross from Cesar Azpilicueta to put the hosts 1-0 up in the 36th minute of Wednesday’s game.Adrian Lopez equalised minutes later, however, putting the visitors ahead on away goals as the first leg had ended goalless, before a Diego Costa penalty and a 72nd-minute Arda Turan goal killed the tie.Costa, a reported transfer target for Chelsea, had to go off in the 76th minute after sustaining a knock, but Simeone played down concerns about his fitness.“He’s fine, he’s OK,” he said.“He doesn’t have any strange problems and I’m sure tomorrow (Thursday) the medical staff will be able to give a more precise diagnosis, but as far as we’re concerned, he’s OK.”Simeone concluded his post-match press conference with an unprompted remark that drew guffaws from the journalists present.“I want to congratulate the mothers of these players, because they gave them big ‘cojones’ to play the way they did today!” he said with a grin.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)
No indication was given of where Sissoko could move however.He is wanted by a string of clubs. Newcastle have already reportedly rejected a £16 million (18.8 million euros/$21 million) bid by Tottenham.Inter Milan, Everton and West Bromwich are also in the hunt according to the French sports newspaper L’Equipe. The final fee was expected to be at least £30 million.The French squad fly to Italy on Wednesday ahead of a friendly international on Thursday.The 27-year-old “has been given permission by (coach) Didier Deschamps to leave Clairefontaine (training centre) at 9:00 am (0700 GMT) to finalise his transfer,” the federation said on its website.Sissoko, capped 44 times for France, has been with Newcastle since January 2013 but has wanted to leave following the club’s relegation last season.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Newcastle have already reportedly rejected a £16 million (18.8 million euros, $21 million) bid by Tottenham for Moussa Sissoko © AFP/File / Franck FifePARIS, France, Aug 31 – French midfielder Moussa Sissoko, a standout at Euro 2016, left a national team training camp on Wednesday to finalise a last-minute transfer from Newcastle United, the French Football Federation said.Just hours from the closure of the transfer window, Sissoko was given permission to quit the French international squad preparing for a friendly match in Italy so he can pursue the transfer talks, the federation said on its website.
1 Inter Milan have reportedly matched Leicester City’s £8million bid for Sampdoria striker Eder.talkSPORT brought you news the on Monday that the Foxes have made an approach for the Italian international.Manager Claudio Ranieri is keen to find back-up for Jamie Vardy and Leonardo Ulloa following the loan departure of club-record signing Andrej Kramaric to Hoffenheim earlier in January.But according to Gazzetta dello Sport, Inter are ready to go head-to-head with the Premier League leaders for Eder after matching their first offer.The 29-year-old is currently second in the Serie A goalscoring charts after finding the net 12 times this season.However, Sampdoria are still holding out for a fee of around £10m and have told both clubs to up their offers if they want to land the forward.Leicester have also been linked with moves for CSKA Moscow striker Seydou Doumbia and Sporting Lisbon star Islam Slimani. Leicester target Eder
Chelsea head coach Antonio Conte hopes Diego Costa’s goalscoring return ends speculation over the striker’s future.The Blues beat Hull 2-0 at Stamford Bridge on Sunday and lead the Premier League by eight points after four of their five title rivals dropped points over the weekend.Costa celebrated his 52nd Chelsea goal on his 100th appearance by gesturing about all the noise which has surrounded him since missing the win at Leicester, officially due to a back injury.A reported bust-up with Antonio Conte and his staff, as well as speculation over a move to the Chinese Super League, had little impact on Costa, whose 15th goal of the season was followed by a Gary Cahill header.Conte, who was too busy celebrating himself to see Costa’s gesture, said: “It’s important Diego played a good game.“I hope with this game to finish the speculation about him, about Chelsea, about me and him. We showed we are a team with great unity.”The five-year deal Costa signed on his arrival from Atletico Madrid runs until 2019.Conte reiterated Costa was happy and under contract. Asked about the prospect of a new deal, Conte said it would be a club decision before saying “why not?” when it was put to him that a new contract for the striker would be a mark of his commitment.“I think his (current) contract put the end to all the speculation,” the Italian said.“He’s very happy to stay with us. He’s very happy to stay with Chelsea.“I don’t see any problem with Diego with this contract.”Rivals Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham and Manchester United all dropped points on Saturday and Arsenal narrowly avoided doing so on Sunday, giving Conte plenty of reasons to smile broadly.“Today we had the pressure to win and to exploit this weekend,” Conte added.“For sure this game wasn’t our best game, but I think it’s normal. We are in the second part of the season and the points now are heavy for us.“A lot of opponents dropped points this weekend and for sure I’m pleased, because it’s not easy to play the last game of the weekend and to know the results of the other teams.“To win this type of game and to exploit the situation that the other teams dropped points is very important. I’m sure about this.”Conte was adamant the title is not already Chelsea’s to lose. He said his teams have conceded and overturned seven-point deficits with four games to go in the past.The former Juventus boss added: “Now we have (a lead of) eight points and there are 16 games to play.“I think me, my players, we have good experience to understand that this league it’ll be very tough until the end.“To stay now in that position is fantastic for us. At the start of the season not one person thought this.”
AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MOREFrumpy Middle-aged Mom: My realistic 2020 New Year’s resolutions. Some involve doughnuts.“It was definitely tough at first being a new teacher,” said Mike Motherspaw, 27, who started as a new biology teacher at Canyon High School last year. “Of course, it’s tough whether you go through the program or not. But the support I got from my adviser: invaluable.” The teacher advisers also play a role evaluating new teachers. Their reports go to a panel of four teachers and three school administrators who evaluate new teachers’ job performance. This year, the district has more than 80 new teachers. About 50 of them have less than three years of teaching experience, and those are the teachers the district puts through the peer assistance and review program that has an annual budget of about $500,000. One common mistake rookie teachers make is trying to get their students to like them, said Linda Margulis, who runs the teacher-adviser program. Teachers need to be authority figures, she said. “For most teachers, it’s the first time ever that they would take that role,” Margulis said. SANTA CLARITA – Today not only is the first day of classes for students in the Hart district. It also is the first day on the job for more than 50 new teachers. To help them, the William S. Hart Union High School District has a 7-year-old program that assigns veteran teachers to oversee the progress of fledglings. Seven experienced teachers work in the program, and they don’t have their own classes to teach. Instead, they sit at the back of classrooms with their laptops and take notes on how new teachers are doing. After that, they offer advice on everything from how to handle class disruptions to how to draw a picture that students can use as a memory aide. Motherspaw said he wanted students to like him when he started, so he spent a lot of time playing instructional games with students. After talking with his adviser about it, he cut back on the games. He also remembers calling his teacher adviser before Back to School Night, when parents come to school to hear from teachers what their children are learning. Motherspaw didn’t know how to prepare for the event, so his adviser helped him. New teachers see their advisers about once a week. They also go to after-school workshops. Motherspaw said that, after going through the program, he feels ready for the new school year. “There’s a lot less stress,” he said. “School starts (today) for me, and I know what I’m doing.” firstname.lastname@example.org (661) 257-5253160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
BEST OF Guardiola’s opposite number, Michael Flynn told talkSPORT he cannot wait for what is a real ‘David versus Goliath’ encounter and has belief his side can pull off one of the competition’s great upsets.“I know you’re probably thinking, ‘Has he lost the plot here? Is he actually thinking they can do something?’ But If I don’t think that then how are my players going to believe that?“I’ve got to lead them the right way and give them the belief that if they can play the game of their lives they can stop the likes of Aguero and De Bruyne.” The Exiles have had to play six matches just to reach this stage of the competition, and they have triumphed over Premier League opposition already; Leicester were defeated 2-1 in the third round.Padraig Amond has been the star of their cup run, with the forward netting in every round of the competition so far this season to take his FA Cup tally to five goals in his last eight appearances.Nonetheless, City are almost universally backed to end Newport’s historic campaign on Saturday evening, with Guardiola’s side one of the favourites to win the competition outright. FRIDAY 15TH FEBRUARY19:45 QPR v Watford – talkSPORTSATURDAY 16TH FEBRUARY12:30 Brighton v Derby – talkSPORT15:00 AFC Wimbledon v Millwall – talkSPORT17:30 Newport County v Manchester City – talkSPORTSUNDAY 17TH FEBRUARY13:00 Bristol City v Wolves – talkSPORT16:00 Doncaster Rovers v Crystal Palace – talkSPORT LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS getty images no dice 2 ADVICE Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? shining MONEY 2 REVEALED REVEALED RANKED Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury REPLY They’ve scored 13 goals without reply in their two FA Cup matches so far this term, but a shadow hangs over City as they were dumped out the competition at this stage last season.Will Grigg’s 79th-minute goal was the difference as Wigan shocked City last February, and Guardiola has promised he won’t take Saturday’s opponents lightly as Newport are BETTER than his side ‘in some areas’.“We are going to suffer because they are taller and stronger than us,” Guardiola said. “In some areas they will be better than us. Newport County manager Michael Flynn FA Cup LIVE on talkSPORT “They have done incredibly well in this competition. What they do they do really well. We have watched many games to see what they do.“It is the cup. We know what happened last season at Wigan. Anything can happen. We will take this very seriously, I am sure about that.”Guardiola also confirmed that neither Vincent Kompany or Benjamin Mendy would be fit for the match.He said: “They are not ready for tomorrow.” Premier League Team of the Season so far, including Liverpool and Leicester stars Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions huge blow Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Newport’s run to the fifth round has been one of the success stories of this season’s FA Cup Pep Guardiola claims Manchester City’s FA Cup fifth round opponents Newport County are BETTER than his side ‘in some areas’.League Two Newport host the reigning Premier League champions on Saturday afternoon in their first fifth round fixture since 1949 – and talkSPORT brings you full commentary of the match LIVE from Rodney Parade. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Berahino hits back at b******t Johnson criticism – ‘I was in a dark place at Stoke’
The biggest market value losers in 2019, including Bale and ex-Liverpool star West Ham have become the latest Premier League club to register their interest in Croatia star Ivan Perisic, reports claim.The Inter Milan winger is reportedly wanted by Arsenal and Tottenham, while Manchester United have been linked with him for several years. targets targets LIVE ON talkSPORT LATEST Barcelona vs Manchester United (Tuesday, 8pm) – talkSPORTJuventus vs Ajax (Tuesday, 8pm) – talkSPORT 2Porto vs Liverpool (Wednesday, 8pm) – talkSPORTNapoli vs Arsenal (Thursday, 8pm) – talkSPORT 2Sheffield United vs Nottingham Forest (Friday, 12:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Leeds vs Wigan (Friday, 3pm) – talkSPORT 2Sunderland vs Doncaster (Friday, 5:15pm) – talkSPORT 2Norwich vs Sheffield Wednesday (Friday, 7:45pm) – talkSPORT 2Newcastle vs Southampton (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORTAccrington Stanley vs Luton (Saturday, 5:30pm) – talkSPORT 2Everton vs Manchester United (Sunday, 1:30pm) – talkSPORTCardiff vs Liverpool (Sunday, 4pm) – talkSPORT moving on REVEALED TOP WORK Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Ndidi bid, targets named, Ozil is ‘skiving little git’ talkSPORT is your home of live football! Here’s what’s coming up on talkSPORT and talkSPORT 2… Arsenal were reluctant to meet the Serie A club’s asking price, and according to Italian outlet Gazzetta dello Sport, the Hammers are willing to spend £35million in an attempt to outbid their London rivals.After starring at the 2018 World Cup in Russia, Perisic has impressed for the Nerazzurri this season, scoring seven goals and providing eight assists in all competitions. Man United joined by three other clubs in race for Erling Haaland The Gunners tried and failed to sign the 30-year-old in January – Perisic handed in a transfer request after Inter rejected Arsenal’s loan proposal.Inter are keen to shift the 30-year-old, but they are more interested in a permanent switch than a loan deal. LIVING THE DREAM 1 Kevin De Bruyne ‘loves Man City and wants to keep winning’, reveals father IN DEMAND Cavani ‘agrees’ to join new club and will complete free transfer next summer Tony Cascarino backs Everton to sign two strikers for Carlo Ancelotti Where every Premier League club needs to strengthen in January LATEST TRANSFER NEWS Perisic has been linked with a move to the Premier League Liverpool’s signings under Michael Edwards – will Minamino be the next big hit? However, reports suggest the Croatian would prefer a move to Tottenham.Spurs didn’t make any serious efforts to sign Perisic during the winter window, but they are expected to join the battle for his signature this summer.
LAKE COUNTY, Ind. (Dec. 17) – Indiana State Excise Police officers cited 30 businesses on 82 tobacco-related charges in Lake County yesterday.Excise officers were investigating a complaint that numerous tobacco businesses in Lake County were illegally purchasing cigarettes and other tobacco products from sources other than licensed tobacco distributors. As a result of their investigations, excise officers preliminarily cited 30 tobacco businesses with 82 violations of state tobacco laws (list attached). Officers seized numerous packs of cigarettes, marijuana and prescription drugs. They also issued tickets to individuals for possession of marijuana and for smoking in a prohibited location. Additional drug-related charges are also pending.Anyone with information concerning violations of Indiana’s tobacco laws should contact the State Excise Police at 574-264-9480.As the enforcement division of the Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission, the primary mission of the Indiana State Excise Police is to promote public safety by enforcing Indiana’s Alcoholic Beverage Code. While excise officers have the authority to enforce any state law, they focus primarily on alcohol, tobacco and related laws.Criminal Charges: All criminal defendants are to be presumed innocent until, and unless, proven guilty beyond a reasonable doubt in a court of law. Administrative Charges: All respondents are to be presumed not liable until, and unless, the plaintiff can prove by preponderance of the evidence the respondent’s liability in an administrative hearing.LOCATIONS CITED DURING TOBACCO COMPLAINT INVESTIGATIONS (12/16/2013)All respondents are to be presumed not liable until, and unless, the plaintiff can prove by preponderance of the evidence the respondent’s liability in an administrative hearing.1. GRANT MINI FOOD MART 1500 GRANT STREET GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO ENTRY SIGN, NO “NO SMOKING” SIGNS, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL2. GRANT MOBILE 2081 GRANT STREET GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN, SINGLE SALES OF CIGARETTES EVIDENCE SEIZED: 5 OPEN PACKS OF CIGARETTES3. GRANT GOLO 2295 GRANT STREET GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, PROHIBITED SMOKING, REMOVAL OF PARAPHERNALIA, NO ENTRY SIGN, NO “NO SMOKING SIGN” CRIMINAL CHARGES: DEVEA NELSON, GARY, INDIANA, CITED WITH SMOKING IN A PROHIBITED LOCATION.4. DIAMOND GAS 3118 W. 15TH AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: SALE OF SINGLE CIGARETTES, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN EVIDENCE SEIZED: TWO OPEN PACKS OF CIGARETTES, ONE SWISHER SWEETSBOX CONTAINING SINGLE CIGS.5. CLARK CITGO 1485 CLARK RD GARY INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN6. GO-LO 1101 CLARK ROAD GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: PROHIBITED SMOKING, REMOVAL OF PARAPHERNALIA, NO ENTRY SIGN, NO “NO SMOKING” SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, FAILURE TO DISPLAY TOBACCO SALES CERTIFICATE 7. V MART 2490 CLARK ROAD GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO ENTRY SIGN, NO “NO SMOKING SIGN”, PROHIBITED SMOKING, REMOVAL OF PARAPHERNALIA, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL8. 15TH AVE. SUPER DUPER 5390 W. 15TH STREET GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL9. GARY GAS CENTER 600 E. 21ST AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN, NO “NO SMOKING SIGN”10. MARATHON FOOD CENTER 1001 E. 21ST AVE. GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN11. CLARK GAS AND FOOD MART 2725 W. 5TH AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, SALE OF SINGLE CIGS, NO “NO SMOKING” SIGN EVIDENCE SEIZED: 1 PACK OF NEWPORT CIGARETTES12. GREEN SAVE FUEL 4601 W. 5TH AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN13. FIFTH AND CHASE 3101 W. 5TH AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO “NO SMOKING SIGN”, REMOVAL OF PARAPHERNALIA 14. CITGO 901 e. 5TH AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN, NO ENTRY SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL CRMINAL CHARGES: POSSESSION OF MARIJUANA EVIDENCE SEIZED: 7 HAND ROLLED CIGARETTES CONTAINING GREEN PLANT MATERIAL15. PHILLIPS 66 6201 W. 5TH AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN, SALE OF SINGLE CIGARETTES EVIDENCE SEIZED: TWO OPEN PACKS OF CIGARETTES16. YASH FUEL AND FOOD 2100 VIGINIA AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, SALE OF SINGLE CIGARETTES17. SHAMSAN FOOD MART 1501 BROADWAY GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL18. BROADWAY GO-LO 1489 BROADWAY GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL19. BROADWAY GAS 4700 BROADWAY GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN20. BROADWAY MARATHON 2500 BROADWAY GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, PROHIBITED SMOKING, REMOVAL OF PARAPHERNALIA21. CITGO 4890 BROADWAY GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO “NO SMOKING” SIGN, NO ENTRY SIGN 22. SAVE 3479 GEORGIA ST GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, FAILURE TO DISPLAY TOBACCO SALES CERTIFICATE, FAILURE TO DISPLAY ALCOHOL PERMIT23. HARRISON CONVENIENCE 1564 HARRISON BLVD GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN, NO ENTRY SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, REMOVAL OF PARAPHERNALIA, PROHIBITED SMOKING, FAILURE TO DISPLAY CERTIFICATE24. PHILLIPS 66 4575 W. 37TH AVE HOBART, IN CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN25. MARATHON 7995 E. RIDGE RD HOBART, IN CHARGES: PROHIBITED SMOKING, NO “NO SMOKING” SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN26. 7 ELEPHANTS 2930 DEKALB ST LAKE STATION, IN CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL27. LAKE STATION MARATHON 595 CENTRAL AVE LAKE STATION, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN, NO “NO SMOKING” SIGN, PROHIBITED SMOKING28. SAM’S MARATHON 4450 CALUMET AVE HAMMOND, INDIANA CHARGES: NO 18 TO PURCHASE SIGN, TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN 29. GOLO 7305 KENNEDY AVE HAMMOND, INDIANA CHARGES: TOBACCO RETAIL TO RETAIL, NO ENTRY SIGN CRIMINAL CHARGES: POSSESSION OF CONTROLLED SUBSTANCE EVIDENCE SEIZED: 105 PRESCRIPTION PILLS30. MARATHON FOOD CENTER 1001 E. 21ST AVE GARY, INDIANA CHARGES: SALE OF SINGLE CIGARETTES