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"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Someone had tossed a jump rental bike from the Denny overpass down onto I five right into his path while he was driving to work. The collision caused $15,000 in damages to his car. Those bikes are probably £20. Plus, it easily could have gone through the window and I don't know where I'd be right now. Now we continue to ask police, prosecutors and the state patrol about this dangerous situation. Here's what's clear to us. More than one person has actually dropping things off of Overpasses on the other thing. Fortunately, so far, no one has been seriously injured. Meantime, a judge will decide by next week whether to release the one man arrested so far accused of defrauding our state's unemployment department. Ah, friend agreed to post the Nigerian national bond and house him while he's electronically monitored. Emily Lang. I'll with the U. S Attorney's office says that friend is the reason for their appeal. We do not think it's appropriate that someone who's been accused of wire fraud would be released into a home where of the couple. The two people living there for the male has already been convicted federally of wire fraud. Prosecutors consider the suspect Abati roof I an extreme flight risk. Meantime, a unanimous vote from Seattle City Council ships 911 operations away from SPD. Yesterday's vote means the call center will transfer the civilian control Community Safety and Communication Center. And starting today, you can get a covert vaccine on a Washington state ferry. It's on Lee on the Seattle to Barrington route. Vaccines will be given in the 1st 30 minutes of each sailing. And down to your weather. For tonight. We've got mostly cloudy skies and conditions right now.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Calm and 18 year old in Kenmore, who had just finished up his second covert 19 vaccine, says he was hospitalized with a heart problem. Hi, bro. Seven TVs, DD sun reports even more You'd was eager to get the covert vaccine After his second visor shot. He had a few of the common side effects, fever and aches. But about 48. Hours later, some different symptoms cropped up. I felt like my chest was really tight. That's when they found out. It was the myocarditis mile card itis is inflammation of the heart, and researchers are still analyzing the possibility that it's a vaccine side effect. But this family says, while scientists are figuring it out as more young people Get vaccinated. They want to share their experience happened is expected to make a full recovery. The heart issue can cause chest pain, abnormal heartbeat and shortness of breath. You should see a doctor right away if this happens to you Governor Inslee caught a legal victory. The Washington Business Properties Association sued him over his eviction moratorium, saying he doesn't have the authority to extend the ban beyond 30 days without approval from the Legislature. But the judge sided with Insley, saying it was lawful use of the governor's emergency powers. Our local creek cruise season, not lost. President Biden just signed a bill that will allow cruise ships to sail directly from Washington State to Alaska. Cairo radios Heather Bosch explains with the Canadian border closed because of the pandemic cruises from Seattle to Alaska were basically scraps last year, especially wiped out our cruise season. Travel expert Steve Danny shek says that cost the Puget Sound region about $900 million. With a foreign port rule lifted. Cruise ships can see at least part of a season in 2021, bringing perhaps $200 million into the local economy. And starting today, you can get vaccinated on a Washington state ferry. It's only on the Seattle to Bremerton routes, but vaccines will be given out in the 1st 30 minutes of each sailing Peninsula. Community health Services administering the vaccines through Thursday. Your forecast spotty showers today. Son breaks expected to highs in the mid sixties right now, 53. Outside the Carter Subaru studio. I'm Colleen O'Brien. Be fully prepared for your day.
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"The timetable coming up in just a few minutes. Stephan. Alright. Thanks, Marcus. Looking forward to that. It's about 5 32 on your Friday morning, and we have a mobile new structure right now, at an incident along North Madison Avenue north bound lanes. We have one lane open right now. This is pretty close to Southern Avenue in the New York South side. We have plenty of officers on scene right now. It looks like we have some tape up to self. This is usual route. Just be aware of the extra commotion Heading north Found there along Madison Avenue close to Southern Avenue will show you exactly where that's at on our map. Otherwise, here on the city's south side to this is You write 4 65 just west of State Road. 37 Looks okay there this morning for your drive along that stretch by 4 65, But here in our Tom what automotive group Traffic map. This is where mobile news tracker is at right now. North down Madison Avenue. We have one lane open is you're approaching the Southern Avenue location. Officers are on scenes to use caution around that issue this morning will give you more details. Once we find out what exactly is happening there, otherwise inbound lanes from the South side look great from all of our major thoroughfares getting into downtown, including 65. This is Near the eye for 65 interchange and right now, volume is light there. Southside Drive times. 37 from Martinsville, 24 65 You have a quick 24 minute warning. Dr 65 from Greenwood to the South, split at an eight minute trip and then 67 from Morse fell to my poor 65 Have a quick 11 minute warning. Dr. Thank Stephanie. It's 5 33. Time to jumpstart your morning with daybreak Stop stories. It is fast Friday at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the last practice day before qualifications. And today we often see top speeds. Graham Ray Hall sent enough Ruchi and last year's winner Takuma Sato. We'll all be parked for the 1st 30 minutes. IndyCar penalize them after a photo op cause colts unheard of to hit the wall and another car. Pacers air heading into the offseason after losing last night's play in Game The Washington.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Like to wear with Corp. Since about August of last year. There's been an ongoing feud amongst two huge companies. Epic games. Now they're developers behind Fortnight and apple, You know, like the iPhone people iPhone people. Yeah, True. Now the feud has escalated into U S and federal courtrooms. And it sounds like we have an update. But before we let you know the latest news on this case, Checkpoint XP Court reporter Weird Beard is gonna bring us all up to date on the entire Epic. The apple drama case does anything you're in the dark about. So essentially, let's start at the very beginning. Here's what happened is epic Makes Fortnight. Yes, one of the biggest games of the world. They sell it thinking fortnight called V bucks. It's like the currency that's within the game. You use it to buy skins and just dumb stuff more powerful than crypto currency. Exactly. So epic charges people money to get those v bucks Apple A company that allows you know applications to go out into the world takes a cut from every purchase that's made through the Apple store. Epic doesn't like that. So then what they do is they offer a way to purchase in game That doesn't give apple a cut of that money to work around like it's not illegal, but it's like a moral gray area. Apple gets mad says that they're gonna remove epic from their game store, thereby like crippling their game on mobile. And now we're in court. It's led to some wild things. We mentioned this when we first heard that this was going to court, this is again a bunch of old people talking about video games and technology in a court setting that it makes it really hard to take them seriously. The first thing that kicked it all off was loud members that were just hanging out in this, like, call, right. It was literally they they had the chance. Basically, for the part public tend to call in and contribute to the discourse allowed. Members are like the public right people that were watching the because they did this on Discord. And because this is a bunch of boomer trying to use discord for the first time, they didn't know how to mute everybody else in the 1st 30 minutes with people playing Travis Scott music and yelling obscenities, derailing the whole thing. Yes, And then when they finally did it was another 30. Minutes after that, when they finally figured out how to get like the actual they want to talk to two teleconference in now, One of the other things, too, is that a recurring theme throughout this trial is that they're doing it all kind of like again over discord over mobile like so Oceans. There are people that are testifying in court. The on Lee time The audio has been any good has been win epic came in and played like a promo video. The rest of time is it sounds like you're making it order on a drive through. Well, you're trying to like, be in court, and it's just embarrassing because this is supposed to be like Apple, right? Like a mega millionaire billionaire trillions have some money. They have some funds to. Where is it sounds like it's being produced in my basement, the biggest line of questioning that's come down over This weekend, and it's still gonna be continuing throughout this week is a description of what a game is. That's where everything kind of falls. This is all coming down to where we have to do you have a definition of against? Yes, this is so dumb, too, because there's this whole idea here. I feel like doesn't even necessarily equate to anything they said. This is like back. What was that? Was that one quote about, you know? Can you describe what the Internet is to us? Well, it's basically a bunch of tubes. Yeah, they asking for a definition of a game because you know, the lawyers have come Mountains said and asked, like is roadblocks a game? Can you answer that? J. I feel like yes, Roadblocks is the game. Well, epic is saying no roadblocks is not a game. It's a like many verse of games. It's an experience, okay, and that's what fortnight is, is that it's not just a video games. It's It's all the movie stuff in there hanging out with your friends like you have to draw a Venn diagram of a game, and he drew a diagram of his multi verse experience. The game is inside the vendetta. You're saying that if something can be more than one thing, they're even arguing whether or not porn games are quote unquote games because there's no wind condition as Apple's epic. Apple CEO Tim Cook came out and said, You know, they said, that game has to have a wind condition that allows you to win. You know what happens to a person actually play porn game there feeling like they just had a winning condition in another region. Okay, just the whole thing is, it's so dumb. I feel like it's dangerous because obviously when it comes down to, you know, Law or court rulings like this is the type of stuff what happens here. Whatever they decide here that will go on to further influence. You know, future cases. Whether has anything to do with apple, You know, Africa Apple. Epic or Apple Club all? Yes, the moment that the court says all right, we all agree. This is the definition of a game like that set in stone. Now, now, the last thing that I really enjoyed as far as like an epic dunk was epic CEO finally got on the stand after they had all these other people come through and start testifying at everything. And the first question that the apple lawyer asks of the epic CEO he goes, sir, Would you be willing to pull out your phone right now? He pulls it out. Guess what? He has an apple phone. An apple iPhone. And he says that epic CEO says that they use that uses an apple iPhone because it has a higher security and the apples like back and stuff allowed fortnight to become as big as it did because they installed like cross play. So it on your phone. You could play against somebody on a piece of Europeans for whatever so it zlook in, like epics, a little bit outmatched right now, we're still in the midst of this, Uh, you know this court case, and we'll make sure to keep you updated, But as of now, it looks like round one goes the apple. But there's a bit of a recap. Epic V Apple situation. We'll tell you what we feel about the situation right after this from the high ice monster to the low lows,.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Engineering professor at Columbia University, says installing air source heat pumps could help they circulate warm air in and out of your home. But It isn't a quick fix. It will just start of it worth infrastructure we eventually want, he says. That has to happen while making electricity, renewable. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is considering using federal money to create a relief fund for undocumented immigrants who lost income due to the pandemic. WN Y sees Carinae reports advocates say the administration has floated using about $40 million for direct cash payments to undocumented workers who don't qualify for federal aid or unemployment benefits. But divided among the nearly half a million undocumented immigrants who called the Garden state home. That's about enough to cover a phone bill, New Jersey Immigrant Alliance for Justice Campaign strategists got the assassin called The proposal insulting, fully reflect a lot of political will on the part of the governor's office. Undocumented workers make up about 6.5% of the state's workforce in New York, where they're about 5% of the Labor Force. Lawmakers reached a deal earlier this month to create a $2.1 billion fund. New York City's first East scooters sharing program, a launch in the East Bronx this summer. The city is testing the program before allowing the standing scooters to operate in the rest of the city. W N. Y. C. Stephen Nessen reports. Three companies will drop up to 3000 scooters in the neighborhoods of East Chester, Coop City and Morris Park. The scooters are unlocked with an APP for safety users will only be allowed to travel 10 MPH during their 1st 30 minutes. Then they can go up to 15 MPH users will pay a dollar to unlock each scooter and about 39 cents a minute to ride. The city plans to build more bike lanes in the area where the scooters are located. Next year, the number of scooters in the Bronx made double but the rest of the city will have to wait until the Department of Transportation reviews how the pilot went. 52 mostly cloudy today 47 Now and cloudy on Michael Hill in the W N Y C newsroom. In the next radio lab party. Million infected people is a faith and nobody act as it is when your government seems indifferent to your pain and suffering. What's the right way to protest can process actually hurt? The movement that you're protesting for? The goal is to say.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Indianapolis, say a man shot and killed eight people at a FedEx warehouse facility late Thursday night. NPR's Jacqueline Diaz reports. The government then took his own life. Indianapolis police responded to reports of multiple gunshots at the FedEx warehouse a little after 11 Thursday night. The warehouse is just five miles from the city's international airport. Metropolitan Police spokeswoman said After officers arrived, the suspect killed himself. Police said multiple victims suffered gunshot wounds. At least one person was in critical condition Friday morning. Spokeswoman said A number of other victims of the shooting sustained other kinds of injuries. It's unclear whether the shooter was a FedEx employee or what his motive might have been. Jacqueline DE AS NPR NEWS. Chicago officials have released body Cam Video of the fatal police shooting last month of a 13 year old boy. Police say that Adam too late a was carrying a weapon when a Chicago police officer initially chased him on foot. But the graphic body Cam video shows the boy to be raising his empty hands. But the officer tells him to stop and show his hands. Adina Weiss Ortiz is the Toledo family attorney. She says Adam was clearly not armed when he was shot. It was reported that he had a gun in his hand, and this is why I want to be especially clear right now that that child complied. Adam complied with the officer's request dropped. The gun turned around, the officers saw his hands were up. And pulled the trigger. The latest family and Chicago's mayor have urged the community to remain calm as the shooting is investigated. Testimony is complete in the trial of the former Minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of George Floyd. Former officer Derrick Show, Vin chose not to testify in his own defense. Trial judge has scheduled closing arguments for Monday. The jury will also be sequestered for their deliberations. President Biden meets Japan's prime minister at the White House later today, his first face to face meeting with a foreign leader since taking office officials say the two will cover a range of issues. NPR's John Rule, which reports China will loom large. The Biden administration has tried to enlist friends and allies to push against China together on common issues. Japan is a key ally in Asia, but Japanese officials of generally avoided a confrontational approach to China. Analysts say Japanese policymakers are divided on how much to throw in their lot with Washington as it confronts China on issues ranging from technology to human rights. A senior Biden administration official says the U. S and Japan sheriff Strategic Vision for the region. But expects the two countries to have slightly different perspectives on some issues, including human rights in China, the official says the U. S may not insist that Tokyo sign onto every dimension of its approach. John Ruit NPR NEWS You're listening to NPR news. This is w N. Y. C at 604 Good Friday morning on Michael Hill. 41 now gusty and cool, Just 52 for a high today. Health officials say New York City will not have to decrease the rate of covert 19 vaccinations. Despite the current pause of Johnson and Johnson shots. They say the city administer to under 10001st doses of the fires and Madonna vaccines this week and expect to increase that by up to 20,000 more doses over the next two weeks. City Health Commissioner Dave Choksi said access to the shots will keep expanding. This is important after the reasons the mayor has mentioned with respect, ensuring that we can meet demand for vaccination and keep up the remarkable piece of vaccination that we have had Choksi says Nearly all city residents live within a mile of the 600 vaccination sites in the five barrels New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is considering using federal money to create a relief fund for undocumented immigrants who lost income due to dip endemic WN Y sees Carinae reports Advocates say the administration has floated using about $40 million for direct cash payments to undocumented workers who don't qualify for federal aid or unemployment benefits but divided among the nearly half a million undocumented immigrants who called the Garden state home that's about enough to cover a phone bill. New Jersey Immigrant Alliance for Justice Campaign strategist got these acidic called the proposal insulting fully reflects a lack of political will on the part of the governor's office. Undocumented workers make up about 6.5% of the state's workforce in New York, where they're about 5% of the Labor Force. Lawmakers reached a deal earlier this month to create a $2.1 billion fund. New York City's first East scooters sharing program will launch in the East Bronx this summer. The city is testing the program before allowing the standing scooters to operate in the rest of the city. W N. Y c. Stephen Nessen reports. Three companies will drop up to 3000 scooters in the neighborhoods of East Chester, Coop City and Morris Park. The scooters are unlocked with an APP for safety users will only be allowed to travel 10 MPH during their 1st 30 minutes. Then they can go up to 15 MPH users will pay a dollar to unlock each scooter and about 39 cents a minute to ride. The city plans to build more bike lanes in the area where the scooters are located. Next year, the number of scooters in the Bronx made double but the rest of the city will have to wait until the Department of Transportation.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"He's still a big topic. I think in the national media, it's not got nearly as much run oddly enough to Shawn Watson getting sued by 22 women. For various alleged Misconduct. Alleged keyword. Has not gotten nearly the coverages to Shawn Watson, requesting a trade from the Texans, which felt like it occupied the 1st 30 minutes of every debate show. On TV. Oddly enough, now those shows they barely mentioned to Shawn Watson. But I think it's of interest to a lot of fans out there and here. I'll just do the level set of where we are right now. Sean walks and probably got his first win in all this. When I say in all this, I'm talking about the litigation on Friday. His attorney, Rusty Harden, sued or not sued but filed an emotional or emotion emergency. Emergency motion. For a hearing. To learn the identities of the 22 women who are suing to Shawn Watson. To this point, Tony Busby, who's representing the plaintiffs. Has conducted this thing quite a bit on social media. Attacks it to Shawn Watson. And hardens estimation, has used the anonymity of The plaintiffs is a way to Torto swing his sword, so to speak it to Shawn Watson. Two judges on Friday agreed with Rusty Harden. And said that 13 of the 22 suits need to be re filed with Jane Doe. Student him for each of these women being replaced with their actual names. 13 of the 20 to the other nine. Will get hurt Eventually. It's just they didn't Didn't get onto the emergency hearing docket. It would seem that this sets a precedent where it's gonna happen with the other 92. And the interesting down interesting thing now will be to see if Some of these women start to Bow out of litigation because their names are going to be known. Not because not that they would bow out because Nothing happened. There or they're filing a frivolous lawsuit. I'm not saying that I don't know if they are not. I don't know if what they're saying is the truth or not, I don't know. Both sides to Shawn Watson in these plaintiffs are saying Differing things. We don't know who's telling the truth. But I do know that there are probably some women who would just rather not deal with the public scrutiny. Public abuse. On Social media. Wrong is that maybe to do they would rather not deal with it. Then continue with the lawsuit with their name in it going against arguably the most famous athlete in this city. Shawn Watson. So as far as where it goes from here, and that's kind of what this has turned into. A lot of stuff seems to happen on Fridays with this thing for whatever reason, Tony Busby posting on Instagram and Facebook. Tony Busby having a press conference, Rusty Hardin having a press conference. The only major development that feels like it hasn't taken place on a Friday with Nike and Apple earlier this week. Either suspending or severing ties with two Shawn Watson from a business perspective. That happened on a Tuesday or Wednesday, middle of the week sometime. Everything else seems, happened on a Friday. So then we have the whole week to stew over it. And then Monday, we come in. And it's like we've been We spent the weekend previewing what's gonna happen in week five of the dish on Watson saga like it's a sporting event, almost and so. Is Farrah scenarios that could happen this week. If it is Shawn Watson saga is something you're keeping your eye on. What we know right now. 22 lawsuits have been filed. 13 of the 22 will require a re filing so that Sean Watson's camp can learn the names of the Jane Doe's involved. By the way, these names will be made public in the lawsuit, so the public's gonna know who these women are as well. We also know that Dijon has acknowledged that. Something happened in at least one of those massage sessions. There was sexual in nature and was consensual. His version of that story. So that we know as well. Those are the things we know right now. We're assuming that the dish on Watson trademark, it has cooled off because the NFL's conducting an investigation. We also know that there are two criminal complaints that HPD is investigating. So those are all the things we know so as far as what could happen this week with Shawn Watson. I would say the most likely thing. By the way, if this if the first month of this saga is any indicator Then the most likely thing is also the thing that never happens. There's always a big curveball with this stuff. I think the most likely thing is, there's more posturing by both attorneys. Maybe another civil lawsuit is filed. Bringing the number 2 23 Year, 24. And we maybe get a little more clarity on whether we're headed towards a settlement or not. Both attorneys have said they're willing to go to trial. Lot of experts who are analyzing this seem to think that this is headed towards a settlement fact Amy Dash. Who is the legal expert for CBS Sports Radio W F A end up in New York. She's Done a few hits with with with me, my co host Seth Payne on our local show here in Houston since the Watson stuff began. She has sources that are saying that what's inside is still trying to settle this so that they can move on. So that's the most likely scenario is that we get to the end of next week. And we're still going back and forth in some fashion, whether it means more civil lawsuits. Maybe some of the women have bowed out because their names are gonna be made public. So that's the most likely now the scenario where we go well, Okay, that's interesting. Is that we do see massive attrition right that the lawsuits get re filed. Busby has already said that he's talked to most of the women who would have to re file this point of the 13. In a vast majority of them are ready for this willing to do this. Almost happy to do this because The hell Important by the direction this whole thing is gone. But if enough were to pull out of the lawsuit And then what if NFL teams start to view that as a positive sign for two Sean with the NFL for a positive sign of to Sean with the law? If they start to re engage Nikki Stereo. In trade talks or that Nick Acero actually answers the phone and engages in these trade talks. That they're substantive conversations about what did Shawn Watson could be had for from the Texans. That would be I don't think likely, but that would be a Wow. Okay? Uh huh. And then there's the third level like, you know, like, if Is the most likely scenario is.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Others were injured near 16th and rural. No ideas yet from police sends to what the motive behind the violence could be. And no one is in custody. Either. State Trooper Susan Rentschler was in the right place at the right time. On Wednesday. She was the one who found 10 year old Jeremiah Jordan after the car he was in was stolen from a gas station, triggering an amber alert the car door and there was a sleeping Boy in the back seat talking to wish TV Police are still looking for a brandy banning who they believe stole the car governor, Holcomb says if a bill reaches his desk that lets state lawmakers call their own special sessions. You'll veto it. Eric Berman explain, says he agrees with legislators who want to say and how federal pandemic money is spent, he says that's been happening. But he says the Constitution draws a line that letting legislators called themselves into session to review emergency orders. We have supplied our latest set of friends upstairs with Um, that background. There is an honest difference of opinion. They believe otherwise. I'm left with no other alternative, says House and Senate leaders repeatedly told him last year, they didn't want a special session. Eric Bourbon 93 WI VC Mobile news coming up much to do about a covert passport and Y state police are thinking a dog. Those stories and more Next on 93. W Why D. C coming up on Tony Cats today? Breaking down the infrastructure Bill and France goes full lockdown. That's after the news on 93. W IBC Day four of testimony today in the Derrick Show Been Murder trial in Minneapolis. Fox's Jeff Man also video for the first time Wednesday from former officer Derrick Show Pin's body camera, including show opens. Rival had come foods last May when we heard from several witnesses, including Charles McMillion, who urged to Floyd to comply. Wanted copies. No same thing is being class book. You're gonna go with them. And I was trying to get him to go. And another witness of former store clerk who felt guilty for accepting the fake money that Floyd passed, which set the events in motion. Jeff Man also Fox News. Nearly everyone in Indiana can get a covert shot. Now, today we've all been waiting for the day that any who's your age 16 and older can schedule a covert 19 vaccination appointment. State Health commissioner Dr Chris Box yesterday within the 1st 30 minutes, she said that they opened it up. 21,000 Hoosiers scheduled an appointment throughout.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Vice President Kamila Harris are expected to attend the meeting and Person, along with Cabinet level officials like the White House chief of staff in the acting budget director. Many of those agency heads will soon hit the road to sell the infrastructure proposal. Fox Jared Helper, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson tells Fox business President Biden is not a moderate. Is his agenda is radical. He says he hopes at least one Senate Democrat opposes the plan so it can't pass. The man in the car with George Floyd the day of his arrest and death last made plans to plead the fifth and not testify it former police officer Derek Sherman's trial in Minneapolis. It resumes this hour. Boxes Jeff and also reports yesterday We saw a video for the first time Wednesday from former officer Derek Shelton's body camera, including Chopin's arrival at Cub Foods last May, where we heard from several witnesses, including Charles McMillion, who urged to Floyd to comply not Chang Gae in to call another witness to former store clerk who felt guilty for accepting the fake money that Floyd passed, which set the events in motion. The clerk also testified, George Floyd appeared to be high on drugs America's listening to Fox needs Like three d w Y PC mobile news on the level on the go. How many signed up? It's mostly cloudy and a few spotty flurries on radar. It's 32 downtown. I'm Kirk Darling, Here's what's trending at 10 02. Nearly everyone in Indiana can now get a covert shot. We've all been waiting for. The day that any Who's your age 16 and older can schedule a covert 19 vaccination of state health commissioner Dr Chris Box yesterday and she said within the 1st 30 minutes of opening it up, 21,000 Hoosiers had scheduled an appointment. Two shootings in a stabbing last night in Indian police say they are all connected. One man is dead and two others were injured near 16th and rural spending.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"WNBC HD one Indianapolis 93. W Y PC Mobile news on the level on the go to shootings and a stabbing, two injured one person dead. 28 right now. On Monument Circle. There were some flurries showing up on radar just south of Coca Moan. They made it almost this far South but not quite some flurries also showing up chest south of Richmond. But none of that later. Today, you'll get your complete forecast coming up from 93 W A. B C. I'm Chris Davis. Here's what's trending at 602. Two shootings in a stabbing overnight and indeed all in the area of 10th and rural, But the victims were found in different locations in that area. So kind of get this little map in your mind that calls came in just before 11 o'clock on the end, found shot at 16th and rural. He died. Another man found stabbed at 13th and rural and another man walked into Community East Hospital shot. Police are still trying to determine whether that incident was related to the other two. Now you may have heard the term vaccine passport, a card were electronic means of proving that you've had the vaccine. Congresswoman Jackie will, Gorski says no, they have enough problems on their doctor. The last thing they should be looking at is infringing upon the rights of individual Americans who travel who traveled for work who do those kinds of things. Gorski, speaking of the Biden administration at the Health Clinic Community Health Center in Mishawaka, Wednesday. While they're on a tour, she says, no one should be forced to get the vaccine even though it's a good idea. Governor. Holcomb also says he's not going back. The mask mandate will still expire on April 6th. Despite a plea from the Biden administration, he says Indiana is handling the pandemic well enough 15 million doses of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine were thrown in the garbage Wednesday because of a mix up with ingredients at the plant in Maryland, where it's made, that means a delay while they manufacture more. And that's while Hoosiers, 16 and older can now sign up for the vaccine. Just today, we saw a 21,000 appointments scheduled in the 1st 30 minutes of expanded eligibility and 96,000 people had made appointment as of noon that state health commissioner Dr Chris Box Wednesday saying they are being cautious and taking note of the slight increase in positivity rate and hospitalizations over the past couple of weeks. 604 I'm Chris Davis on the level on the go and on wnbc dot com traffic and weather coming up. With no fees or minimums on checking and savings accounts. Banking with capital One is like the easiest decision in the history of decisions. Kind of like choosing Charles Barkley in a pickup game. We'll take Mark Wing Ha first Pig. Sorry, kids. Yep, even easier than that. And with our top rated app, you can bake any time anywhere, making capital one and even easier decision. Okay, Here's the plan passed me the ball every time. This is banking reimagined, what's in your wallet? New consumer accounts only. Approval required terms. Apply Capital One and a member of the I. C. Que blurs March mania.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Alabama Right now it's 70 run. Match their largest lead. 54 46 over Iona, Brandon Garden, Dan Dickau with Yukiko Field House and now I think then the Medal of this Iona team is going to be tested. Percent. Alabama has picked up the intensity on the defensive end of the floor. They hit a couple threes from an unlikely source. Alex Reece with To trail threes and transition. So Alabama is a starting to assert their will Can Iona Continue to do the things that made this game Interesting. The 1st 30 minutes out of the time out. Rick Pitino took his Gayle's team crosses the timeline with the Santa gift. Just dribbles with the left hand of the waste passes over the left wing. By night, he has hounded by John Garrett picks up his dribble gives it back top of the key to guess. Guess what 12 to shoot Just behind the back dribble now starts to drive in a blocking foul is called utterly was right there with him, but he gets called for the third personal General is looking up at the scoreboard for a replay. Clearly he was moving. Got to be smarter as a defender guarding in offensive player like guest who is so creative with the ball as well as strong. You can't give the officials any kind of opportunity to make that call because every time or nearly every time it's going to go in the other team's favor. And now we've got another break in the action here. Media time out 7.5 remaining Alabama, leading it 54 to 46 over Iona. Over two teams go to their benches. Chatting things over. But this run by Alabama really? I think the first time that you feel like Alabama has played free and they you said an unlikely source and Alex resets the three but also that steal by her Jonesy SEC player of the year that led to the dunk that really felt like a big moment, a boost. Yes, the trail threes from Alex Reece, where dribble penetration flattened the defense. You find the trailer. Those were Big three's a zoo you can imagine, but That steal.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Only 10 99 per visit. So there's growing concern over. Ah spike and immigrants crossing the US Mexico border is Joe Biden overhauls his predecessors immigration policies. They have such a surge now because they've given the green light to come in. That they can't figure out the policy. So they are testing. But then you have catch and release. Yeah, That's Congressman Mike McCall concerned about Kobe the positive illegal immigrants crossing the border and puts his Children at risk. Aziz Well, but also the bad actors that could come into the United States worries me and the drugs and the potential terrorists officials in the real Grande Valley sector. They tell Fox News they apprehended more than 2000 migrants in a 24 hour period. Biden administration has since senior officials to the border to get a better handle on what's going on down there. They're not quite sure what's going on down this go take a look and see what the situation is, meanwhile, is on its state of Florida is sewing Joe Biden over these immigration policies, such as a temporary pause on deportations. Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody guess well, giving her reasoning for this lawsuit against the White House. I've been speaking for weeks now and alerting Americans to the fact that the This administration is thumbing its nose to its responsibilities. Under federal law. It is required to deport criminal aliens that are here illegally, and it is just saying we're not going to do it anymore. Now the paws on deportations was blocked by a federal judge here in Texas. The bite administration is told immigrants too. Stopped coming to the border due to the pandemic. Border Patrol has put out some new guidelines say they will deport illegal immigrants who pose a threat to national security. That's what they say, but it appears that's not what they do know we'd love to get your thoughts your opinion about this. Maybe this is not a big deal because I don't really I mean, I only see lawmakers getting outraged by this Don't see business owners, community activist. I don't see anybody in the Austin City Council, you know, concerned about an influx of illegal immigrants to Austin, Texas, a sanctuary city. So that means there's a lot of programs to help those you know they're coming here illegally. Don't hear anybody sounding the alarm like it's exhausting our reserves or stretching us to the limits or anything like that Jump in here at 512836059. That's not happening yet, but but obviously the potential is there and we're going to see much, much more of this. Go on it. Czar. Worst fears realized it's already happened and just the first 2.5 months of the or too much of the of the body administration. Here we are. We already have a crisis on the border. Sure, and it's not really being monitored by the White House Democrats in our nation's capital. They're not talking about this. Except for Henry Quay are from Texas represents the state of Texas led along the Valley down south and and he's really upset. He sounded the alarm, the other, moving them all around and drop him off and all kinds of cities along the border made while in Washington Democrats. They're not talking about this whatsoever, but they are preparing to talk about new gun control legislation. In D. C. The White House is urging Congress to pass legislation to strengthen the federal gun background Check System, The White House Office of Management and Budget this week calling gun violence, a quote. Public health crisis and back in two pieces of legislation that would close loopholes in the current system. One House bill would require a background check for every firearm sale and the other would block federally licensed dealers from transferring firearms to those without a license. The White House calling the background check system, a quote proven tool to reduce gun violence and save lives. The National Rifle Association, saying the bills are just an attempt by Congress to quote an act precarious gun control measures under the guise of reducing violent crime. There you go and get a full report on the front page of our Web sites and news ready, okay, LBJ dot coms like it's never gonna end this farce. This this this argument this discussion on because it Z easiest thing, the 0.0.2 outs about the guns. It's about the guns, and it's so much bigger than that. It's so much broader than that. And it's an impossible I guess it seems impossible to tackle in Washington. As far as it started to another thing that starts in the home. It does and But that's too big. So let's just point it those guns and wolf scream and yell and keep doing it. Brake on. 1 83. Good morning. Hey, Good morning, guys. Hey, my concern is, you know they're letting all these kids come across the border. You know, Bob, you know 1st 30 minutes He was president and body. You know, I don't know how many thousands of kids to come across here. My question is, how do we know what we're gonna do with these kids? Are we gonna infiltrate him into our system here? And how do we know? You know they don't have whooping cough or cold bit or a lot of them do have couples. Rick, You haven't been listening. They're all getting medical care and education. That kids aren't getting in the state of Texas. They're getting all that they're They're they're they're being taken care of down. Well taken care of the Children are being taken care off. Yeah, And and I don't have a problem with that. Their Children? No, that's right. I mean, there's not There is not there. You know, They didn't ask for it. Yeah, Yeah. They were just born and got thrown into this situation. And then I think it's a travesty. You know, I mean, Along the banks, You know that we're trying to find over here and let's just you know this whole problem. And this is like more this whole North America, South America. Problem that we've been talking tackling for generations. You know, we we only saw trying to address this problem at the border..
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm David Remnick. Going to talk today with Anthony Hopkins. Hopkins is starring in the new movie The Father, and he's playing opposite Olivia Colman that'll be later this hour. But we're going to start today in a place called clubhouse clubhouse is a virtual space an app that launched about a year ago, and it's a product of Silicon Valley. It's found a particularly powerful niche in China. Giant fan, a staff writer at The New Yorker has been spending a lot of time lately in Chinese language chat rooms in clubhouse. Its biggest innovation is the fact that it is based around voice communication. So, um, you launch the app and then immediately shows you this list of rooms that you can join and you go in there, and you can hear actual people talking in real time in their own voice. The conversation's often circle to pretty taboo subjects, and those topics are not discussed because people don't like to leave a trail so hearing and real time Chinese youths discussing subjects that they have never been allowed to discuss in classrooms or even really in Cafes that's incredibly intriguing and keeps me on there for hours at a time. Clubhouses, which I and came across a woman she's calling DD so if you open up your a clubhouse app. What do you see? Okay, I'm opening the app. So the first room that I see is a DHD Coworking room work. 45 minutes. Chat 15. I don't know what that I say about, um, Tech support career advice Q and a for tech workers. And then yes, some of the more interesting stuff and the occasional chat about Chinese law in politics. Yeah, I'm not that went to, uh, I'll try to translate this. I'll read the Chinese title on all trains. Chances. Teela College social means woman teacher, The Huns who shall be titled it, Auntie. After listening to the room discussion on minority issues. I feel like there are way too many dumb ass is Amongst the Han Chinese, Yes, no, be clear, well giant indeedy themselves or Han Chinese and that is the dominant ethnic group in China. Both have lived in us for many years. But the chat room DD is talking about concerns. The rights of ethnic minorities, particularly the weaker is who have been subjected to extraordinary persecution by the government. And this is a very dangerous topic in China. So let me tell you about the first chat room I went into when I draw in a clubhouse. This is actually where I met Dede. She's a moderator in this chat room. Okay, can use the Chinese thing for that room. I can use the Chinese New year and then I'll translate English. But, um, singalong Yoga's growing, which says there's a concentration camp and sing John question Mark. There are about 12 million Biggers or mostly Muslim and it's believed that a million of them are currently detained in concentration camps or what The Chinese state. Say are re education camps s. So I saw the tide of the rooms. Okay, There's so many ways that this can go down. I think one thing that a lot of people don't realize is that in the country was Um, such strict speech control like China. Conversation about weaker camps are still happening, but mostly in private, So there's Two types of conversations that people are roughly having about what is going on either that people are trying to piece together the facts based on something that where they read on Twitter, something right away boy, heavily censored bits of information label and then other part where people would try to rationalize. This. Atrocity that they seem to be witnessing by coming up with a narrative. Most likely they will want to choose a narrative that will make them feel good. So I think the 1st 30 minutes of the conversation. That's what people were mostly doing on. Um, what we quickly realized is that clubhouse as a platform has the opportunity to be more than that. This is a very fleeting window to have the possibility to have, like thousands of people actually sit down and listen to weaker to actually live through this. We're still separated from their loved ones. And then that's when the moderator start to step in and be proactive in terms of Saying that we might have the opportunity to, uh, to actually listen to people who experience this. We want to amplify their their voices. So if you are battling denial, or if you're going through different faces of emotions, uh, that's your own homework. But do your best to listen and do your best to be respectful. Is there an example? Where was there a moment in your many, many hours of moderating? That was particularly uncomfortable Or that was that made it particularly deep impression on you. So one person came up s O basically, after one lady shared that, uh, shared her cousin's experience of being like the hunger that she experienced. Um, a Chinese girl stepped up and said Well, can you give me a little bit more about like, Why does she got in? Like Why? Why was it her Why wasn't than everybody else? And then I think I feel like you're in the room just Took a deep collective breath end. It's like how Why did you say that? Why would you say that? And yet and then the week early took it like a champ, she said, Like I do not appreciate These questions because it made me feel like we are responsible for what the crimes that were experiencing, but I'll give you the reason. And then as she after explanation, But what I noticed was the girl who asked the question after she asked a question. She left the room that that moment when you said that there was this collective intake of breath, and this is, you know, 5000 people in a in a single room, listening to a voice, Um How did you feel as a moderator? Could you feel this temperature change in the room when they when they're his moments of conflict or off, you know for a bold denial. Yeah, I think start at the beginning of the room. There was a lot more denial. So, um Most of the times If you're Han Chinese, you when you're watching a video of a weaker talking about his or her experience, or her family's experience in a concentration camp is always an English voice over And then that makes it so much easier to fall into denial, because, oh, it's the Western media who they are trying to portray China into as some sort of like a political devil type of situation. On the other. So in clubhouse, these viewers speaking Mandarin It sounds like you're like that person like your friend, your neighbor. You, Emil. You recognize his Northwestern accent? Because you went to college with somebody from that region. If so, like the distance close up so quickly. It almost feels like Ah, lot of people are immediately draw in That connection is built like at that moment. After some of the personal stories were shared. I think that was one of the reasons why this was such a phenomenal experience because it forced people into a sea. Long overdue sense of empathy. It's almost like dragged all 5000 people over the hill of denial that you want to be able to climb by yourself. Now a bunch of young Chinese people talking openly about the government's persecution of the Wickers. That's gotta sound like.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"And so I just like you to get back with us and give us the authority. The authority for that statement along those same lines when you said you had all of your surveillance people deployed I want to know what that number Woz. And so that's fine for online for purposes of my limited time. Today, there are some pedestrian issues that our current and I'll give you an example of the one at That I think it's C Street and behind Cannon, right there by the Madison Building with the fencing has been reported in a way that for pedestrian pedestrian people that are That are entering that after being screamed. They basically put the fence all over the sidewalk, so either have to trade through a flower bed or kind of see how you can shimmy through on that. So I would have appreciated here in our office, confront attack for purposes of fencing placement and just walked the perimeter, so that if it's something where it could be relocated, so sidewalks are actually conducive to pedestrian traffic. For those who are clear to enter the campus that that can actually take. Place. Sure, I believe we have opened up. Some pedestrian access is as of this morning based on the feedback we heard yesterday, so it hasn't been opened. Please let us know. And we'll look into this Acting house Sergeant at arms, Timothy Blodgett. It's understanding. It's open. You just have to be able to walk through a flowerbed to use the access point. And by the way, that's the metro access, which has always been open. It is unacceptable that you have people queuing up to get through a gate. Pedestrian access that defense has rendered pedestrian access difficult to be generous. Double deuce ESPN from Washington. We'll take a look at that, sir. Thank you. Okay. And then finally, I would like to know That's not you. That's the chief or and you But finally, I would. I would like to, um Like to get a briefing a little later on what the coordination is between both of your offices and the D A. O. C. In terms of Spence design. Ah, evaluating the proper places for whatever those barriers are as we go forward and listen, I'm not suggesting an answer. I just want to know that issue is being worked as opposed to. Yeah, yeah, That's what we'll get that later on, and the final one that I want off line is this who has operational control over the National Guard troops on the Capitol campus right now, For example, if there's an incident at that area where I told you that the gate where the sidewalk is It's like, so something happens there, and we've got an incident stuff's going who's in charge? How do they handle that? At least in the 1st 30 minutes? I'm hoping that the communication issues that we've been hearing about are not communications issues in terms of using those resource is in quite frankly, a coordinated chain of command. If something pops up I'll take all those offline later on and mindful of your time, Mr Chairman. Thank you Know you bet. Thank you, Mr Ahmed. I looked follow up and asked Chief Pittman if she could answer the question about the tens of thousands of Uh, insurrectionists. Um what that exact number Woz. Of people on the Capitol complex that we're pushing through that get to the capital. If you could get us that you have that number handy, chief. Yes, I do. So we based that number off the numbers that were screened down at the lips from the Secret Service. We know that they screened over 15,000. I believe that number was closer to 20,000. And there were 15,000 approximately that we're outside of the ellipse that were unscreened. We know that those groups left there. Amar camera footage and came to Capitol Hill. So that's where those numbers are primarily based off of. We know what they were able to screen down at the lips. And then as it relates a couple of follow up. If I may, sir, first and foremost, there was a question previously as it relates to evacuation of routes. So I am willing to provide that. I know that some of that information is sensitive, if not classified, if you will. So I'd like to provide a follow up answer as it relates to why we evacuated some of the chambers in the manner that we did. As it relates to infrastructure. We're actively working as I said with the task force, and I know that I speak for everyone here in the leadership when it comes to the fencing that surrounding the campus, as well as the National Guard. We have no intention of keeping the National Guard soldiers or that fencing any longer than what is actually needed. We're actively working with a scaled down approach so that we can make sure that we address three primary variables. One is the known threat to the environment. Two is the infrastructure going abilities? And then that third burial variable being the limitations that U U S Capitol police known knows that it has as it relates to human capital and technology resource is so we're actively addressing those If I may just add one more point with that said, we know that the insurrectionists that attacked the capital were only interested in tech and attacking members of Congress and officers. They wanted to send a symbolic message to the nation as a who was in charge of that legislative process. We know that members of the militia groups that were present on January, 6 have stated their desires that they want to blow up the Capitol. And kill as many members as possible with the direct nexus to the state of the Union, which we know that date has not been identified. So based on that information, we think that it's prudent that Capitol police maintain its enhanced and robust security posture. Until we address those vulnerabilities going forward, Acting U S Capitol police chief Jurgen onto Pittman, a sir as it relates to the fencing and the problems with the pedestrian access. I will reach out to your office today and make sure that I would link forward by taking action working with the House sergeant at arms to ensure that pedestrian and staff That need to traverse the grounds are able to do so and of safe and efficient manner. And one more side note for the chairman. You said that you were from the great State of Ohio and we gave Mr Blodgett Hard time about his bills. I can tell you that my husband is from the great state of Alabama, and we're avid role child, Crimson Tide national champions and fans, So I just had to put that plug in there for my roll Tide fans on the call..
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Course, Timothy the upbeat cannibalism song. One thing I realized if you can't figure out who to eat, it's probably you they'll be singing about after the rescue. H s F 50 having some friends for dinner shock 20 year listener now in Hung Kong. Wow. What that? Wow, I'd like to talk to him about what it's been like in Hong Kong. Yeah, Chuck, give us give us all the insight you can from that great yet increasingly oppressed city brokers of the has echoes of the poker philosophy of if you're sitting at a table and you can't identify the fish in the 1st 30 minutes, it's you. Oh, interesting. You know, cannibalism. Jokes are not as funny once you've watched Hannibal if you've watched Hannibal on Netflix. It's not. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Or if you're with the Donner party. Asai recently was as I was back in the day, but I found the conversation very boring. So I found a different party and left him in the nick of time. Twitch. Guys heard you talking about twitch this morning. I've been meaning to write an email. You guys always talk about how we need long form nuanced debates That's happening on twist hours long debates. The problem is that all the conservatives on Twitter morons or actual Racists, and I'm not being hyperbolic. They actually describe themselves as Nazis. If you guys ever decide to leave radio gave fired, and then we will you should seriously consider twitch. There needs to be better Conservatives on the platform. I don't really want to hang out with Nazis, arguing for hours at a time convince them not to be. Nazis. You don't go to their channel this person is suggesting you start your own to be an alternative place for people can allow on that platform seeking conservatism. They don't just get recommended Nazis. So this is to Jack. Apparently they have channels on twitch. Whatever it is twitches, Um, one of the points of the 60 minutes. Story. The third one last night about kun on Was that a lot of your you know your racist groups, you Nazis? Your Whatever the names of Amar. I don't know the names of all They're trying to recruit a lot of the disillusion. Q. And on people they're working really hard that Hey, these air some people looking for an ideology that can be led a certain direction. Let's let's get them while they're hot. Yeah, Yeah, that's interesting is interesting. Yeah. Ah, Let's see what is. Ah, yeah. Good news. For me. This is from alert Listener. Laurie CIA task picture. Apparently, you and lows like you with high levels of Neanderthal didna have a mutation on our chromosome 12. That mutation has an impact on how your immune system reacts to the virus. Turns out Neanderthals like myself, will people with high percentage of the Andra filled Nayar. Have decreasing decreases in the severity of covert. Fabulous. Just scan the article, but My people were very in touch with the natural world. So I had a feeling that I had resistance to the cova. By the way, If I die of it, this clip will be played over and over again, so enjoy the irony. Let's say you're going to really focus on God chick clips. If you die of covert, that's gonna be our focus. I know the media know you media scum. I don't trust you for a minute. You're better than this rights, Maria. I don't know about your 2 19 show when you were talking about the change in temperature requirements for the pool, Fizer Covert 19 vaccine. I know it can be confusing When requirements change. You got to the cringe embarrassing zone on this one. Drug stability is constantly assessed. You start out conservative and update the requirements as you learn more. I know this because I work in the industry. There was an opportunity here. Sadly, your conversation sounded like the rest of the media finger pointing, laughing out of ignorance. Lying liar. Talk that says some tonier striking there. Maria, you really bringing me over to your side? With hair of your lecture, ma'am. Appreciate it. China sucks, Moron moron coming up Strong and Getty. Tax season is upon us and getting this year's taxes filed can be for boating with previous looming tax debts or other problems..
Los Angeles Metro To Offer Free Rides On Election Day
"Metro's offering free rides to people in L. A on election day that goes for buses and trains. The Metro Bikeshare program will offer the 1st 30 minutes for free, then 1 75 for each 30 minutes after that, free or reduced fare rides will also be offered by the city of L. A Department of Transportation. Culver City Bus, the Palace Verities Peninsula Transit Authority, Pasadena. Transit and Montebello Bus Lines, Union Station and El Monte Station are being used as official vote center's
Los Angeles Metro To Offer Free Rides On Election Day
"Metro will be offering free rides to help Angelina's exercise. Their civic duty. All rights will be free on metro buses and trains throughout the day. The metro bike system will be free for the 1st 30 minutes Cost about a buck 75 for each 30 minute period there after, and Metro isn't the only one in the Department of Transportation offering free or reduced fare rights tomorrow for Culver City Bus Palace Verdes Peninsula Transit Authority in Pasadena. Transit. The
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Of 65. Sadly from well, I guess it was mouth can t see you read throat cancer. In some places. They took out almost half of his tongue 20 years ago. For God's sake, I'm told here that classic Rock is alive and well. By Rick Caruso on John Cirillo on Twitter W B A B 102.3 on Long Island. And like I said, Cue one of 4.3 in New York City, and they've got some of the old time greats. They've got Kenny Daschle, Jimmy Cur, So it's It is alive and well, there were New York City. Good to hear. Listen, I love allege EP. I love what else a CDC stuff like that. I can't get enough. I don't think I see D C is classic rock. That's medal. I mean, I guess it is classic, but well, I think like the stones and and Ah, hole. What you just mentioned was the first group led Zeppelin winds up. Yeah, that's that's heavy metal, I guess. I guess anyone way keeping alive. Keep it lively. Wanted alive. Okay. So tonight Pence. Harris? I don't know. Ah, we got Sid Special on HBO with the Craig Carton said Sit is prominently said special with white cards all let Spencer we're gonna watch a soon as you stop appearing in it. It's done. We're done. Well, I could tell you the 1st 30 minutes. You see me about three or four times. For about 10 to 15 seconds out of pop the last 30 minutes. I'm not in it at all. It just sent us around him. You'll see him in prison. You'll see the prison self and getting out of prison. And then out with a mask talking about his future, So if you're watching from me, the first head will see me a couple of times. That's it. It's on the same time as the debate nine o'clock, It's tough. That's tough. All right. So you have that now, Biden is s O sort of trying to back out of the debates because of the president's ailment. He's kicking ass, by the way. I mean, no doubt they all wish you gotta Bola virus. They always she died. Let's face it. His Joe Biden yesterday on Well, maybe we shouldn't have a debate, looking forward to being able to debate him. I think he still has a covert way. Shouldn't have a debate. So if he has cove and we.
"1st 30 minutes" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Monday. Are you ready? Can you stand it? Tonight 95 a low tomorrow 1 16 1 17 on Sunday and 1 14 on Monday. Whether brought to you by Howard Air, It's 1 10 in Tempe. Right now, I'm Jackie Lynn on Arizona's news station. Arizona's news Station News 92 3 FM, The Gators and Chad show afternoons. I've got a relationship with the president. When there's a need in Arizona. I talked to him directly. We've had so much outreach personally from both the president, the vice president that I had to change the ring tone on my phone. And it rings hail to the chief. I bet he's got a ring tone old president for what would Trump's ring tone for Ducey be Randy Newman? For you guys? Enjoy it all you got You've got friends. They're not super best friends are not yet they want to be. Now. Here's the thing. Are they friends with benefits? I think so. I mean, if you if I need something, you know, like Trump's trumps benefit with juicy would be. Get me. Arizona. I need to win Arizona. Deuces benefit with Trump is give me a job if you get reelected. See, Here's the thing. I feel like Ducey would like a commitment in the relationship. See? Yes, And I believe that Trump is not that Trump is not into a commitment right now. Ah, he's It's a friends with benefits kind of thing. They're going to Netflix and chill, but he's not ready to make that He's not ready to put a ring on it. Okay? Oh, my gosh. You know, one of you know what one of the amazing things yesterday When do see held this press conference to announce that he's not taking any action on Kobe. Was. You know, when you you have the 1st 30 minutes? Yeah, And he has prepared something to speak about for the 1st 30 minutes. And for the 1st 30 minutes, he said nothing enough about Arizona schools, which might actually be the single most important thing that he could have talked about yesterday. And the only way you talked about it is when the media said, Did you forget about the teachers? Did you forget about the students? Did you forget that your B f? F said Hey, you don't open schools on time Pull funding. That's a Trump said. But he's do said nothing for the 1st 30 minutes. The media they were right. They call them on it. Here's the problem. Can you force teachers to return to school during a pandemic? If they do not feel safe, we've been talking about kids and how to keep kids safe. Have we talked about teachers and how to keep them safe. It's It's interesting. You know, you've got teachers who and look, I think if you did it in such a way that looked teachers understand that there's a risk and because I think you're going to send kids back to school. You've got to send him to school. I mean, you've got allow them to be the kids because I think anything other than that It's going to be almost as bad as having them, you know, work from home. The distractions and the start stop when he starts him even found, she says. When we started we we don't want to stop it. And their younger teachers would be willing to, I think, say, take a risk. Maybe even some older teachers who feel they're healthy when they look at all of the numbers, not just the media chaos, craziness and you know scary to death with a death sentence kind of thing, but In saying that there's going to be some that don't want to and the question's going to be. Are you going to have a situation where you're going to have some strike? Walk out? Whatever you want to call it. Is that a possibility? I think it is a possibility. I mean, I think that there are people that are working. Right now and are telling their their bosses. I feel more comfortable doing my work from home and a lot of bosses. They're saying, Yeah, go ahead and do that. Well, are they going to be teachers that say, Listen, I don't I don't want to come into this school. And get the Corona virus. There was there was a teacher who died this week. And she from what I understand, she was Ah, it was like a team teaching thing and online summer school course, and she was in the same room with two other teachers. And they followed the CDC guidelines for social distancing this sanitised They were the Gore the gloves in the masks. All three of the teachers tested positive for Cove.