—– APALACHIN (WBNG) — According to our 12 News crew who is on the scene, there is a heavy Police presence on NY-17 eastbound between Exit 66, Owego and Exit 67S in Vestal. This is a developing story. Stay with 12 News for further updates. State Police are on the scene along with, the Apalachin Fire Department, the New York State Department of Transportation. UPDATE: A short time later, State Police say the body of a female was removed from an area between 434 and 17 Eastbound. According to 511NY.org, both lanes are blocked until further notice. —– Police found her body along Route 434 between Vestal and Apalachin. They say she was found her in a wooded area. APALACHIN (WBNG) — State Police Commander Erik Dauber has confirmed with 12 News the body found has been identified as 37-year-old Casie J. Weese. She was reported missing Sunday. 2:03 PM UPDATE: Route 434 Westbound is block to traffic at the Broome-Tioga county line. They say, all Eastbound traffic will be diverted from NY 17E at Exit 66 in Apalachin to Route 434 East to Exit 67 Interchange for re-entry to NY 17 East. APALACHIN (WBNG) — Our 12 News crew at the scene witnessed a tarp covering the scene. State police say its “extremely” early in the investigation and a lot unknown as of Thursday afternoon.
Domiguez said then that POGOs operating in the country have unpaid taxes that already amounted to P21.62 billion. The Chief Executive initially ordered POGOs to settle their liabilities in 24 hours but changed it to three days during his television interview on Friday night. “They are now ordered to register with the BIR (Bureau of Internal Revenue) and kumuha ng tag number,” Duterte said in an interview with the CNN Philippines. Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators was conceptualized to enable the government to capture a greater share of the growing, yet previously unregulated, online gaming pie. ABS-CBN NEWS “You better settle that utang or else gawin ko kayong pugo,” he added. “Huwag ninyong lokohin ang Pilipino kasi ang Pilipino hindi loko-loko.” Upon the order of Finance secretary Carlos Dominguez to shut down POGOs with tax liabilities, the BIR started its crackdown on POGOs last September. MANILA – President Rodrigo Duterte has given the Philippine Offshore Gaming Operators (POGOs) a three-day ultimatum to settle their tax liabilities. Latest BIR data showed that a total of P1.63 billion in witholding taxes was collected from POGOs and service providers from January to August this year. The bureau collected around P579 million in 2018 and P175 million in 2017./PN
Syracuse (7-6-2, 2-4-1 Atlantic Coast) fell at North Carolina State (10-4-1, 3-3-1) 3-0, after recording its fewest shot total all season.The Orange has taken the fewest shots in the conference (51) of teams that have played at least seven ACC games. SU, which only has three scores in conference play, is averaging 0.429 goals per ACC game. That ranks 11th in the conference.After a scoreless 35 minutes, N.C. State’s Ricarda Walkling delivered the first blow. Later in the game, just over a minute removed from Kailee Coonan giving the Orange its second shot of the game, Tziarra King matched that number for the Wolfpack in goals. It was her first of what would be two goals in the game.SU didn’t even record a shot on goal before King gave NC State a 3-0 lead that it never looked back from.The sophomore King not only added two goals, but assisted on the first goal of the game. She alone outshot the Orange 6-4 and nearly matched the Orange’s total number of goals since beginning ACC play.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThis performance marks the sixth time the Orange has been shutout, five of those coming in SU’s past seven games.Senior goalkeeper Courtney Brosnan, who faced eight shots on goal, made five saves and enters her final three regular season games with 317 career saves. She continues to inch closer to the Syracuse all-time lead, needing just 15 in her next three games to reach that mark..Syracuse returns to SU soccer stadium to play Virginia at 7 p.m. on Thursday for the first of a two-game home stand. Comments Published on October 14, 2017 at 4:52 pm Contact Michael: firstname.lastname@example.org | @MikeJMcCleary Facebook Twitter Google+