first_img Posted: May 3, 2018 RANCHO BERNARDO (KUSI) — Emergency responders were on the scene of a gas leak in the Rancho Bernardo area Thursday, which prompted a shelter-in-place warning and multiple road closures.The broken gas line located near West Bernardo Drive and Via Frontera was reported to SDG&E at approximately 10:30 a.m.As of 1:15 p.m., the gas leak had been contained, said SDG&E spokesman Joe Britton.Authorities asked residents in the area of West Bernardo Drive, Via del Campo, Via Frontera and Via Esprillo in Rancho Bernardo to shelter-in-place as a precaution as utility crews work to halt a natural gas leak in the neighborhood, according to San Diego police.Stretches of those roads also were closed due to the gas leak. All roads were reopened as of 1:15 p.m.No injuries were been reported. There were no service interruptions from the leak. May 3, 2018 Update: gas leak in #RanchoBernardo was controlled at 1:17 p.m. There are no reported service interruptions. Crews will be on the scene for the next 3-4 hours making repairs.— SDG&E (@SDGE) May 3, 2018 Updated: 10:58 PM Gas leak in Rancho Bernardo prompts shelter-in-place warning, road closures , Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitterlast_img read more

first_img Culture Consoles Comments Enlarge ImageMicrosoft is rumored to have plans to refine its Xbox over the next couple of months. Josh Miller/CNET If you’re a gamer, Microsoft may have a new subscription service to offer you.The tech giant is planning a new subscription service that would combine two of its online gaming services into one larger subscription, according to Microsoft leaker WalkingCat and If true, Microsoft would combine its $60 per year Xbox Live, which is a gaming social network where you can play and chat with friends, with its its $9.99 per month Xbox Game Pass, which gives players access to a back catalog of more than 100 games, such as the world building game Minecraft and the epic action series Gears of War.The new combined service, which rumors call Xbox Game Pass Ultimate, would cost $14.99 a month.An Xbox representative declined to comment.The new subscription is just the latest change Microsoft has planned for its Xbox. The company has said it’s building a new Xbox console, which is said to be planned for release next year. The company is also building a game streaming service, which would let people play games over the internet in a way similar to how they watch movies on Netflix. And it’s rumored to be preparing to announce a lower-priced “all digital” Xbox this month that doesn’t have a disc drive and would play only games downloaded or streamed over the internet. Microsoft Share your voice Tags 2last_img read more

first_imgRohingya people walk towards the makeshift shelter near the Bangladesh-Myanmar border in Cox’s Bazar. ReutersUnited Nations secretary general Antonio Guterres has urged the Bangladesh authorities to continue to allow the Rohingyas fleeing violence to seek safety in Bangladesh.The UN chief made the appeal recognising that Bangladesh has hosted generously refugees from Myanmar for decades.“The secretary general is deeply concerned at the reports of civilians being killed during security operations in Myanmar’s Rakhine State,” spokesman for the secretary general Stephane Dujarric quoted the UN chief as saying.“The United Nations stands ready to provide all the necessary support to both Myanmar and Bangladesh in that regard,” he said.The secretary general fully supports the recommendations of the report by Kofi Annan and urges the government to effectively implement them, he said.Read more: UNHCR seeks open borders for people fleeing RakhineThis latest round of violence comes after the attacks on Myanmar security forces on 25 August.The UN secretary general, who condemned those attacks, reiterated the importance of addressing the root causes of the violence and the responsibility of the government of Myanmar to provide security and assistance to those in need, according to the statement issued on Myanmar a copy of which UNB obtained.“Many of those fleeing are women and children, some of whom are wounded,” said the spokesperson.The UN chief called for humanitarian agencies to be granted unfettered and free access to affected communities in need of assistance and protection.last_img read more