Listen: Nascar, Saudi Arabia, Daytona Beach discussed on Rush Limbaugh
"Claimed for that a Spanish tourist and two firefighters killed nearly fifty people injured ten in critical condition. A Saudi teenager is. Now in Toronto the eighteen year old fled from her family. During a vacation to Kuwait claiming she'd been abused the U N High Commissioner for refugees found that to be the case and Canada granted her asylum. He eighteen year old feared she'd be killed if she was deported back to Saudi Arabia. The grandfather of a Wisconsin teenager abducted during a home invasion that left her. Parents dead says the suspect now in custody had absolutely no connection to the family. Jamie clauses. Scape? Thursday from a cabinet northwest kansin where she'd been held since October fifteenth police arrested twenty one year old Jake Paterson minutes. Later, they say he'd been out looking for the girl the county sheriff says kidnapping her had been the suspects goal all along with a Daytona five hundred just over a month away. This caution flag escort throwing a wrench into things Friday announcing they're laying off roughly fifty employees through several their departments in the racing bodies competition and business operations. According to the Daytona Beach business news journal that number makes up a little less than five percent of the total workforce for NASCAR, which is headquartered in Charlotte, North Carolina, but holds offices in New York and Los Angeles these layoffs come after NASCAR offered to purchase the International Speedway corporation, which owns a majority of race venues for just under two billion dollars amid declining ticket sales loss of sponsors and decreasing viewership in recent years.."