3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr A search engine to help prospective members find credit unions they can join to get the services they want is scheduled for public launch this month.Credit Union Match is going through beta testing to evaluate how well the application sorts through the myriad membership guidelines of all U.S. credit unions. The aim of this online service is to “solve credit unions’ eligibility problem for consumers,” says Sam Brownell, founder of CUCollaborate, which is developing the application.Based on the information users enter, such as where they live, work, worship, and volunteer, Credit Union Match returns a list of all the credit unions they can join. Then potential members can review the products and services those credit unions offer and select their favorite.During testing and fine-tuning, credit unions were invited to confirm their field of membership set out in their bylaws. All credit unions will be included in the search tool for free but will need to login and confirm their field of membership rules to show up in search results, Brownell explains. continue reading »
ILOILO City – A heated argument led to hacking in Barangay Lutac, Cabatuan, Iloilo. The 34-year-old Tito Copina was tagged as the suspect. This prompted Copina to hack Sancho on the body, police said. It was, however, not immediately established what triggered the altercation. According to the police, Sancho and Copina – both residents of Barangay Lutac – figured in a heated argument around 9 p.m. The suspect was detained in the lockup cell of the municipal police station, facing charges./PN The 40-year-old laborer Joey Sancho was rushed to the Ramon Tabiana Memorial Hospital in Cabatuan due to hack wounds he sustained after the July 25 incident.
LSU DOWNS KENTUCKY AT THE BUZZER IN RUPP 🚨pic.twitter.com/oLgbwk031G— NCAA March Madness (@marchmadness) February 13, 2019The officials reviewed the play and determined Bigby-Williams’ released the ball before time expired, giving LSU a 73-71 victory.Bigby-Williams, however, appeared to touch the ball while it was still in the cylinder. But, basket interference is not a call that can be reviewed via replay.The ball is clearly within the cylinder when it is touched. Should have been goaltending. But @SethOnHoops says they can’t review that… so it was missed by officials in real time. Great win for LSU, but game should be in OT. pic.twitter.com/foW5HFzWCL— Dari Nowkhah (@ESPNDari) February 13, 2019Kentucky forward EJ Montgomery also may have put his hand through the net on Mays’ initial shot. No. 19 LSU picked up a road win over No. 5 Kentucky on a controversial tip-in at the buzzer Tuesday.The teams were tied with less than two seconds to play when Tigers guard Skylar Mays attacked the paint and attempted a layup. The shot bounced off the rim, but forward Kavell Bigby-Williams tapped the ball through the basket as time expired. Everyone is talking about the tip-in, but this was a pretty clear goaltend by E.J. Montgomery on the initial shot. The refs missed the call against Kavell Bigby-Williams, but that tip-in shouldn’t have mattered if they had seen Montgomery’s hand go through the rim. pic.twitter.com/AJwTWrs2s2— Rob Dauster (@RobDauster) February 13, 2019Kentucky forward PJ Washington tallied a game-high 20 points, along with nine rebounds, in the losing effort. LSU star Tremont Waters had 15 points but shot just three of 13 from the field.The loss snapped Kentucky’s 10-game winning streak and dropped it to 20-4 (9-2 SEC) this season. LSU improved to 20-4 (10-1 SEC).