Missouri could soon become the first state in the county to have no health center that provides safe, legal abortion after the state’s health department is refusing to renew its annual license, according to Planned Parenthood.BREAKING: Missouri could soon become the first state in the country to have no health center that provides safe, legal abortion, leaving more than a million people in a situation we haven’t seen since Roe v. Wade. This is unacceptable. Abortion care is health care. Period. https://t.co/0qOHe7TCiO— Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) May 28, 2019 Planned Parenthood is the only remaining health care center providing abortion services in the state.Planned Parenthood officials say they are filing a lawsuit, asking for a restraining order to prevent its St. Louis clinic from being forced to stop offering abortions after a state license expires on Friday.Remember: abortion is safe and still legal. Planned Parenthood has served Missouri for more than 87 years, and we will fight to provide care for another century. Our top priority is to maintain access to abortion and ensure every patient can access high-quality care in Missouri. pic.twitter.com/Jr3zMlKMvG— Planned Parenthood (@PPFA) May 28, 2019 This story is developing.
Cantlay, who now has two PGA Tour wins, finished the weekend 19 under. He had his best round Sunday, 8-under 64, to break away from the crowded field.”It feels great,” he said. “It’s been a while since I’ve won, almost a year and a half, and being able to win on this golf course, a golf course that I really like and in front of Jack [Nicklaus] and making that putt on the last hole, I can’t tell you how good it feels. Related News The Memorial Tournament: Martin Kaymer in lead, Adam Scott second Patrick Cantlay was close to winning in his last two starts.After two consecutive third-place finishes, Cantlay finally topped the leaderboard at the Memorial Tournament. Tiger Woods on Hank Haney’s suspension: ‘He got what he deserved’ “It validates my confidence that I can play with the best players in the world. Beating a field like this on a big golf course like this, this is very similar to a major championship set up.”Cantlay, 27, was bogey free in his final round and fired off eight birdies. He went on to card three straight pars on his final three holes, including his final putt to solidify his lead as there was still one group left on the course.He had to fend off the likes of Adam Scott and Martin Kaymer, who finished second (17 under) and third (15 under), respectively. Scott nearly caught up to Cantlay after three consecutive birdies on the 14th through 16th holes put him two strokes off the lead.Birdie at the 14th hole.Birdie at the 15th hole.Birdie at the 16th [email protected] is 2 back.#LiveUnderPar pic.twitter.com/NHwMEw55dd— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2019Scott was close to a birdie putt on the par-4 17th hole but the ball skirted just past the hole. He saved par but was unable to eagle 18. Scott matched his best finish of the season.This to move to 1 back with 1 to play … 😱 pic.twitter.com/JjWkyL6whF— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) June 2, 2019Kaymer, who was the 54-hole leader, fell down the leaderboard after his round was sullied with four bogeys.Kevin Streelman finished in fourth place (13 under), Marc Leishman in fifth (12 under) and Hideki Matsuyama dropped into sixth place (11 under). Jordan Spieth joined Jason Dufner in a tie for seventh place (10 under) and Tiger Woods highlighted the four-way tie for ninth place (9 under).Woods finished his final round 5-under 67.He opened the day with five birdies on the front nine, including back-to-back birdies on the 2nd and 3rd holes and again right before the turn on the 7th and 8th holes. Woods carded two more birdies on the back nine and a pair of bogeys to finish the day. “I played really well today. It was fun,” Woods said. “I hit the ball so crisp and so solid and I made some nice putts. … I had it rolling for a little bit.”The PGA Tour season will continue with the RBC Canadian Open followed by the U.S. Open beginning June 13. The Memorial Tournament: Tiger Woods saves best round for last, finishes 9 under
by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” Sylvester Provencio, 21, of Caldwell has been charged with rape, an off grid personal felony.A criminal complaint with the rape charge was filed by the Sumner County Attorneyâ€™s office Wednesday. Provencio also faces four counts of furnishing alcohol to a minor, Class B misdemeanors.Sylvester ProvencioAccording to the complaint, Province engaged in sexual intercourse with a victim, age 13, allegedly at a New Years Eve party, who was â€œovercome by force or fear.â€He also allegedly bought alcoholic liquor to the victim at his parentâ€™s residence in Caldwell.Provencio is also accused of providing liquor to his 15-year-old girl, a 16-year-old girl, and a 19-year-old girl at the same party.Provencio is currently facing felony charges for an alleged assault in April 2015 of two older men, east of Caldwell. He, along with Nicholas Reedy, 33, of Caldwell are scheduled for a jury trial on March 8, at 9 a.m. in Sumner County District Court. They both pled not guilty to aggravated battery, a level 4 felony, amongst other felony and misdemeanor charges.He is currently in Sumner County jail with a bond set at $100,000 for this crime. He also had his $100,000 bond revoked from the April 2015 Aggravated assault charge. He made bail, but that is now void because the conditions of the surety bond was that he would not commit another crime while awaiting trial for that one. As of Feb. 4, Provencio now has a $200,000 bond.He has been in custody since Tuesday.Caldwell Police Chief Alan Albright said the investigation is still on going.