[Professional baseball results 4 games] Orix Miyagi wins third shutout of the season
Four professional baseball games were played, and Orix, which is the leader of the Pacific League, won the third shutout victory of the season with Daiya Miyagi, the top pitcher in both leagues. extended to
Mie Inabe City Fujiwara Town Ogaido District and Sakamoto District Evacuation orders for 379 households
At 9:00 pm, Inabe City, Mie Prefecture issued an evacuation order to a total of 379 households and 914 people in the Okaido district of Fujiwara town and the Sakamoto district of Fujiwara town, saying that the risk of landslide disasters is increasing. Information on alert level 4 out of 5 alert levels calls for everyone to evacuate from dangerous places.
Gifu Prefecture, Ogaki City, Kamiishizu Town, Tokiyama District, 71 people from 34 households were ordered to evacuate.
Ogaki City, Gifu Prefecture issued an evacuation order to 34 households and 71 people in the Tokiyama area of Kamiishizu Town at 9:10 pm, saying that the risk of landslide disasters is increasing. Information on alert level 4 out of 5 heavy rain alert levels calls for all people in dangerous areas to evacuate.
Can't you see the ace throwing alone anymore?
``The absolute ace throws all the games.'' The sight that once seemed normal at Koshien is no longer seen in this year's tournament. "I'm sorry for putting a burden on you." It was a tournament that clearly showed how to use a new pitcher. (Koshien coverage team reporter Yasuhiro Namimatsu)
Hanshin Train Full of smoke inside the running car Mikage-Kobe Sannomiya Suspension of operation
According to Hanshin Electric Railway, around 7:30 pm on the 24th, it was confirmed that the inside of the train that was running near Kasuganomichi Station in Kobe City was full of smoke, so we took measures to unload passengers at Kasuganomichi Station. It means that
'Texas Wild Horse' Terry Funk dies at 79
American former professional wrestler Terry Funk, who was active in Japanese and American rings and gained tremendous popularity with his sweet mask, passed away at the age of 79.
Ennosuke Ichikawa's first trial will be held on October 20th.
The first trial of Kabuki actor Ennosuke Ichikawa, who is accused of helping his parents to take sleeping pills and committing suicide, will be held in October this year.
Worries that increase after summer vacation Thinking about where children belong
This is the time when summer vacation ends, and many children feel unstable before going to school for the first time in a long time. On the 24th, a workshop was held in Tokyo for students to discuss how to create a place where they can feel safe and secure outside of their homes and schools.
Sale of Sogo/Seibu Postponement of extraordinary board meeting scheduled for 25th Seven & i
Regarding the sale of major department stores Sogo and Seibu, the parent company Seven & i Holdings has decided to postpone the extraordinary board meeting scheduled for the 25th toward the final resolution. The company plans to hold a board meeting soon and make a resolution.
[Commentary] One and a half years of military invasion What is the current situation of the Ukraine reverse offensive?
Today marks the 24th anniversary of Russia's invasion of Ukraine. President Zelensky admits that while Ukraine's reversal offensive, which began in early June, has succeeded in recapturing some villages, it is not progressing as expected due to being blocked by Russia's defense line. Asami Mochizuki, anchor of "Catch! World's Top News", explains in detail the latest battle focus. *Contents broadcasted on August 24, "Catch! World's Top News"
Waterslide exit Collision of multiple people One boy unconscious Shimane
According to the police, around 2:30 pm on the 24th, multiple people collided at the exit of the water slider at the leisure facility "Mizuho Highland" in Onan Town, Shimane Prefecture. According to police, one boy involved in the collision was taken to the hospital and is in a critical condition.
Western-Northern Japan Atmospheric Instability Heavy rain in Kyoto Beware of landslides
Due to the effects of warm and moist air, the atmospheric conditions have become extremely unstable over a wide area from western Japan to northern Japan, and it is believed that there was a heavy rain in Kyoto Prefecture. The Japan Meteorological Agency is calling for vigilance against low-lying land inundation, landslides, and rising rivers.
Henoko construction lawsuit ruling on September 4 Okinawa Prefecture loses the case
There was a dispute over whether the government's "correction instruction" given to Okinawa Prefecture, which did not approve the construction work to improve the soft ground in Henoko, Nago City, where the U.S. Futenma Air Base will be relocated, was illegal. At the trial, the Supreme Court decided to hand down the judgment on the 4th of next month. The prefectural government is expected to lose the case because it does not open the arguments necessary to change the high court's decision, and the prefectural government will be obliged to approve the construction in accordance with the government's instructions. This is the first time the Supreme Court has ruled on soft ground improvement work, which was a major focus of the relocation plan, and if the decision becomes final, it may affect other lawsuits and construction plans.
Stink bugs occur in large numbers nationwide, warnings issued in 14 prefectures
As the harsh heat continues to affect the growth of agricultural crops, stink bugs, a pest that absorbs nutrients from rice and leads to a decline in quality, is appearing in large numbers in various places. It is believed that this was caused by a series of hot days when breeding became active, and 14 prefectures nationwide, including Chiba and Saitama, have issued "warnings" calling on farmers to take countermeasures.
"Love Manual" Sale 25-Year-Old Suspect Arrested Suspicion of Fraud
A 25-year-old female suspect was arrested on suspicion of aiding fraud for selling a "love manual" to trick men into cash and helping female college students and others to cheat cash from men. Ta. The suspect is believed to have sold at least dozens of multiple manuals, calling himself a ``gift girl'' on social media.
Kyoto Danger of record heavy rain disaster near Fushimi Ward and Kumiyama Town, Kyoto City
According to the Japan Meteorological Agency, in the vicinity of Fushimi Ward in Kyoto City and Kumiyama Town in Kyoto Prefecture, it is believed that about 90 mm of heavy rain fell in one hour until 3:30 pm, according to radar analysis. Due to the imminent danger of a disaster occurring, the Japan Meteorological Agency has announced `` record short-term heavy rain information '' and calls for ensuring safety.
Athletics competition High school girl shooting or 56-year-old office worker arrested Hiroshima
A 56-year-old office worker in Kagoshima City was arrested on suspicion of violating the prefecture's nuisance prevention ordinance for zooming in and shooting the lower body of a female high school student at a track and field tournament held in Hiroshima City in May this year. I was. More than 3,000 videos have been confirmed from hard disks confiscated from home, and police are investigating the suspicion of repeated voyeurism.
Minor health insurance cards for about 770,000 people No “strings” cannot be used with health insurance cards
As a result of a survey by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, it was found that the information of about 770,000 people was not linked and could not be used as a health insurance card. Prime Minister Kishida instructed Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare Kato to proceed with the linking work.
China Complete suspension of imports of Japanese marine products Receiving treated water discharge Customs authorities
In response to TEPCO diluting the treated water containing radioactive materials such as tritium accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station to below the standard and starting to discharge it into the sea, Chinese customs authorities The country of origin has announced that it will completely stop importing Japanese marine products from the 24th.
Shohei Ohtani "Right elbow ligament injury No pitcher pitching this season" announced by the team
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani will end his season as a pitcher after suffering a ligament injury in his right elbow.
[Breaking news] Started discharging treated water from Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant into the sea
Regarding the treated water containing radioactive substances such as tritium that accumulates at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station, TEPCO will dilute the concentration below the standard based on the government's policy and release it into the sea around 1:00 pm on the 24th. started. More than 12 years after the accident, the disposal of the treated water, which had been a pending issue, has begun, but it is expected to take a long time of about 30 years to complete the discharge, and it is necessary to ensure safety and take measures against harmful rumors. It will be an issue.
US Biden administration to sell tracking device that can be mounted on F16 fighter to Taiwan
The Biden administration in the United States announced on the 23rd that it decided to sell Taiwan a device that detects and tracks enemy aircraft that can be mounted on the F16 fighter, which is the main fighter aircraft, and notified Congress. . The amount is 500 million dollars, which is 72.5 billion yen in Japanese yen.
Orioles Shintaro Fujinami: Perfect relief with three consecutive strikeouts
Major League Baseball Orioles pitcher Shintaro Fujinami showed a perfect relief that struck out three consecutive strikeouts against the Blue Jays in his hometown of Baltimore on the 23rd.
US presidential election Republicans hold TV debates in Trump's absence
For next year's US presidential election, the opposition party and the Republican Party held their first television debate, and while former President Trump, who has the most support in the party, was absent, other candidates fought to catch up. On the other hand, Mr. Trump has released his own interview on SNS in a form that opposes the debate and appealed his presence.
DJ SODA's Sexual Harm Issue New Female Spectators Will Be Voluntarily Interviewed
South Korea's "DJ SODA" has complained that he was touched by some spectators at a music event in Osaka this month. I learned from interviews with investigators that they voluntarily listened to the circumstances. She said, "I was so happy that I came right in front of her that I touched her."
Several students complain of heat stroke at junior high school, seven of them transported to Yamagata
Around 10:30 a.m. on the 24th, at a junior high school in Yamagata City, several students who were practicing outdoors for a sports festival complained of heat stroke symptoms, and as of 11:30 a.m., seven of them were hospitalized. was transported to
Wide-area robbery Adachi-ku case Noticed job question and instructed executioner to escape
Executives of a special fraud group were arrested for issuing instructions from a detention center in the Philippines in a series of wide-area robberies in Adachi Ward, Tokyo. Interviews with investigative officials revealed that there was a suspicion that he had noticed that he was under attack and instructed other actors to flee.
A man who stabbed a police officer with a knife at a police box in front of Tokyo Ikebukuro station was arrested
Early in the morning on the 24th, a man was arrested at the police box in front of Ikebukuro Station in Tokyo, stabbing a knife at a police officer. No one was hurt.
Shogi Sota Fujii Seven crowns "I want to face it naturally" for the first eight crowns challenge in history
On the 23rd, Sota Fujii, who defended the throne, one of the eight major shogi titles, and won the title for the fourth time in a row, held a press conference the next day and said, ``Naturally,'' about the challenge to monopolize the ``eight crowns'' for the first time in history. I want to come," he said with aspirations.
Komei Secretary-General Ishii apologizes for saying "The most devastating disaster was the Moritomo Incident."
Komeito Secretary General Ishii said in a lecture on the 23rd that he had once served as the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, saying, "The biggest disaster for me was being involved in the Moritomo Incident." , I apologized on SNS that it was not appropriate to compare it with a natural disaster.
Treated water Discharge started around 1:00 pm today TEPCO
TEPCO added a large amount of seawater to the treated water accumulated at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station to measure the concentration of tritium in preparation for release into the sea, but according to officials, it was diluted as expected. In addition, it was confirmed that there were no problems with the weather conditions, so it was confirmed that the release would start around 1:00 pm on the 24th based on the government's policy.
U.S. and South Korean forces release part of joint military exercises to media
The US and South Korean forces have released to the media part of their regular joint military exercises starting this week, emphasizing their willingness to work together to improve their operational capabilities.
Support for companies with labor shortages Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare to strengthen measures by establishing a new specialized department
In order to support companies suffering from labor shortages, the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare established a new specialized department within the ministry, and established a policy to significantly strengthen measures against labor shortages, such as expanding the intermediation function of Hello Work.
Invasion of Ukraine It's been a year and a half today.
In 24 days, it will be a year and a half since Russia launched a military invasion of Ukraine. Ukraine, which is advancing a reversal offensive with the aim of recapturing its territory, claimed that it had destroyed the Russian military's surface-to-air missile system in Crimea in the south, and appealed that it was "a blow to Russia."
US presidential election Republican candidate TV debate Trump absent
The first TV debate in which opposition and Republican candidates will participate in the US presidential election next year will be held on the morning of the 24th in Japan time. However, former President Trump, who has the most support in the party, announced his absence, and the controversy for the nomination began in the absence of the leading candidate.
[Updated from time to time] Russian private jet crash Prigozhin boarding
Russia's Ministry of Emergency Situations announced on the 23rd that a private jet en route from the capital Moscow to St. Petersburg crashed in the northwestern Tver province. According to the Russian Air Transport Authority, there were seven passengers and three crew members on board, and the names of 10 people have been released. Among them is the name "Evgeny Prigozhin", the same as the representative of the private military company Wagner.
[Breaking News] North Korea “Reconnaissance satellite launch failure 3rd time in October”
The government announced that a possible ballistic missile was launched from North Korea at around 3:51 am on the 24th. According to the Ministry of Defense, it is believed that the missile launched from North Korea flew over Okinawa Prefecture and passed into the Pacific Ocean, and information gathering and analysis are continuing. We will update you from time to time.
Shohei Ohtani's dual-wielding No. 44 home run is also urgently dropped due to right arm fatigue
Major League Baseball Angels Shohei Otani started the game against the Reds on the 23rd as the starting pitcher, number 2, and designated hitter. I hit a two-run home run. Ohtani is just two more home runs away from winning the MVP of the season, lining up with 46, the highest number of home runs in his career.
Dangerous heat today. Thorough measures against heat stroke
The temperature will continue to rise nationwide on the 24th, and dangerous heat is expected in Niigata and Fukushima prefectures. Please take thorough measures against heat stroke. On the other hand, due to the influence of moist air, the atmospheric conditions are expected to become unstable over a wide area from western Japan to northern Japan.
One and a half years after Ukraine invasion More than 70% of evacuees to Japan want to stay for a long time
In 24 days, it will be a year and a half since Russia's invasion of Ukraine began. A survey conducted by The Nippon Foundation, which supports people who have evacuated to Japan from Ukraine, revealed that more than 70% of evacuees wished to stay in Japan for a long period of time. .
TEPCO Treated water released into the sea today
TEPCO will dilute the treated water that accumulates at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station and release it into the sea on the 24th. The government and TEPCO will take all possible measures to deal with the harmful rumors that have caused deep-rooted anxiety among fishermen and others, and will continue to seek understanding of the release both domestically and internationally.