Milwaukee man wipes bloodied hands on Cudahy ER door and windows following his requested release

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A Milwaukee man wiped his blood-covered hands on his hospital room door and the emergency room door windows, according to a police report.

A nurse at the hospital told police Kyle Weisman requested his discharge against medical advice from St. Luke’s South Shore, 5900 S. Lake Drive, on Oct. 26 and once he was signed out he became agitated. The nurse said he received stitches earlier in the day, but he was still bleeding from his hand; she said he was covered in blood.

Weisman reportedly took his hands and rubbed his blood all over his room door and on the emergency-room exit door windows, the report stated. Once outside, Weisman tipped over a garbage can and barricaded the door to the ER with a bench. The report stated he was yelling and screaming as he left heading north on South Lake Drive.

Weisman had been brought to St. Luke’s South Shore by an ambulance and two Milwaukee police officers, the nurse said. While she was treating him, the officers left, the report stated.

After his discharge, Weisman was located in the 5800 block of South Lake Drive with his pants and jacket covered in blood and his left hand bleeding. Police asked if he needed medical attention and he declined.

When asked what happened at the hospital, Weisman told officers he was mad and just wanted to go home.

Weisman had two warrants with the Oak Creek Police Department — one for possession of drug paraphernalia and the other for possession of a controlled substance. He signed a personal-recognizance bond and was also issued a Cudahy municipal citation for disorderly conduct on-site.

Police offered medical treatment and/or a ride home and Weisman declined both so he was sent on his way.

Later, Weisman created a disturbance at McDonald’s, 6163 S. Packard Ave., and was subsequently arrested, the report stated. The report did not say if he was cited or what the arrest was exactly for.

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Milwaukee man wipes bloodied hands on Cudahy ER door and windows following his requested release

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A nurse at the hospital told police Kyle Weisman requested his discharge against medical advice from St. Luke’s South Shore, 5900 S. Lake Drive, on Oct. 26 and once he was signed out he became agitated. The nurse said he received stitches earlier in the day, but he was still bleeding from his hand; she said he was covered in blood.

Weisman reportedly took his hands and rubbed his blood all over his room door and on the emergency-room exit door windows, the report stated. Once outside, Weisman tipped over a garbage can and barricaded the door to the ER with a bench. The report stated he was yelling and screaming as he left heading north on South Lake Drive.

Weisman had been brought to St. Luke’s South Shore by an ambulance and two Milwaukee police officers, the nurse said. While she was treating him, the officers left, the report stated.

After his discharge, Weisman was located in the 5800 block of South Lake Drive with his pants and jacket covered in blood and his left hand bleeding. Police asked if he needed medical attention and he declined.

When asked what happened at the hospital, Weisman told officers he was mad and just wanted to go home.

Weisman had two warrants with the Oak Creek Police Department — one for possession of drug paraphernalia and the other for possession of a controlled substance. He signed a personal-recognizance bond and was also issued a Cudahy municipal citation for disorderly conduct on-site.

Police offered medical treatment and/or a ride home and Weisman declined both so he was sent on his way.

Later, Weisman created a disturbance at McDonald’s, 6163 S. Packard Ave., and was subsequently arrested, the report stated. The report did not say if he was cited or what the arrest was exactly for.

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Gas explosion blows out first-floor windows at New York City gym

First responders stand outside a gym in the Upper West Side area of Manhattan where an explosion took place on Sun., Nov. 25, 2018.

NEW YORK — Fire department officials say a gas explosion blew out the first-floor windows of a health club in Manhattan. The New York City fire department said no one was injured from the blast late afternoon Sunday afternoon at the Equinox gym on the Upper West Side.

Firefighters had initially responded to a report of a smoking transformer when they discovered a gas leak. They evacuated about 90 people from the gym and from a residential building and also blocked off traffic from the area before the explosion occurred.

“People saw the front door to the gym fly open and the windows were all shattered,” a doorman who works nearby told the New York Daily News. “There was an orange flash, but then it was gone … I came out and it seemed smoky everywhere.

The newspaper also said the FDNY was checking on animals inside the Petco next door and they are believed to be OK.

The city’s power utility Con Edison responded to the scene to shut off gas lines and investigate the cause of the explosion.

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PGT® Custom Windows + Doors Re-Imagines Winguard® Aluminum Products

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WinGuard® Aluminum products are built to withstand some of life’s most demanding situations. The heavy-duty window and door frames hold impact-resistant laminated glass — the primary barrier that continuously protects homes through major storms, attempted break-ins, and years of UV rays while minimizing outside noises like dogs barking, lawn mowers, and much more.

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Microsoft opens the door to native ARM apps on Windows 10

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ARM-based Windows 10 devices have improved in performance, but the software is another story — without official tools to write native 64-bit ARM apps, it’s been difficult to help these machines reach their potential. That shouldn’t be an issue after this week. Microsoft has released Visual Studio 15.9, which gives developers the tools they need to craft native ARM64 apps. They can submit those apps to the Microsoft Store, too, although they can also release ARM apps elsewhere (or bundle them into releases for other chip architectures) if they’d prefer.

It may take a while before you see these apps arrive in earnest. However, they could help make a more compelling case for ARM-based Windows PCs. Right now, their frequent dependence on emulated x86 apps (not x64) offsets their touted advantages in battery life and portability. While a Snapdragon-based laptop isn’t about to outperform a reasonably quick Core i5 system any time soon, the gap may shrink enough that more people will give the ARM computer a chance..

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Microsoft opens the door to better Windows on ARM apps

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Microsoft is removing one of the big limitations of Windows on ARM this week by allowing developers to create 64-bit ARM (ARM64) apps. Developers will be able to recompile existing win32 or Universal Windows Apps to run natively on Windows 10 on ARM hardware. That means 64-bit app performance should get a lot better, as long as developers take the time to recompile.

Microsoft is now relying on developers to use its tools to improve its Windows on ARM efforts. That’s a situation the software giant has found itself in before, relying on developers to create Universal Windows Apps for Windows 8, Windows 10, and Windows Phone apps for a variety of new touch-based hardware. It’s hard to say whether 64-bit app support will really help move Windows on ARM into the mainstream, but it’s certainly laying the ground work for a bigger push by Microsoft.

Windows on ARM has been progressing steadily over the past year, but performance and app compatibility are still big issues. Windows 10 includes an emulation layer for x86 apps running on ARM processors, and it’s the way you’ll experience most desktop apps on one of these machines at the moment. Emulation is never ideal, so if developers recompile their apps to run natively on Windows on ARM then we’ll start to see just how well these laptops can compare to traditional Intel-powered devices.

As Intel continues to struggle with its 10nm processors, competition from ARM processors has closed the performance gap significantly. Apple compares its latest iPad Pro gaming performance to an Xbox One S console, and benchmarks show it’s competitive at CPU tasks. ARM is also promising laptop-level performance from its Cortex-A76 chip design in 2019. The chip design company has been claiming that ARM processors next year will compete with Intel’s Kaby Lake range on laptops.

New Windows on ARM devices have started appearing recently, including Lenovo’s Yoga C630 and Samsung’s Galaxy Book 2. Both are powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 850, and have phenomenal battery life. Microsoft has not yet launched a modern ARM-powered Surface. Recent reports suggest the company was considering ARM for the Surface Go, but Intel reportedly intervened and petitioned Microsoft to choose its Pentium Gold processors.

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Senior center where rape reported installs jams on doors, windows

“Saturday they came over here and closed these doors and put these boards in there. They are screwed in there, the fern strip, which means I can’t open this door to get out,” Bender said.

Bender has only lived at Brookdale Atrium Way for a few months. He said one of the reasons he chose the facility was the unit’s floor plan and patio on the ground level.

“I use it all the time. That’s my car parked right there. To get to my car now, I have to go all the way down to the end of the building and all the way back,” Bender said.

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It’s not just the sliding glass door being closed off that has him upset.

“All these windows here have boards like this, screwed in. I can’t open this window. If I tried it, it only goes so far. That’s it. I consider this a fire exit,” said Bender.

Fire is the biggest concern for him.

“I have four exits to this apartment, three of them are blocked,” Bender said.

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Bender’s son, Michael, called News4Jax after his dad notified him about the windows and doors.

“I am very concerned. In fact,  I have been talking with him, since seeing your article, about finding a new place for him to live,” Michael Bender said. “In my mind, if something happens here he has no way of getting out. He only has the front door, and if there is a fire in the hall, then he is stuck and there is nowhere else he can go. And the windows, he can’t even open those to crawl out.”

Instead of jams, both father and son have other suggestions to remedy the situation.

“A front gate, swipe in, swipe out. Cameras on all the doors that are around the building,” Michael Bender said.

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