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Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | 5 d ago

Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

"We have to close the loop on the walka Shaw story. Isn't it a tragic set of circumstances where we're only allowed to talk about or care about a tragedy if the color of the skin of the attacker is something that the regime actually wants? So the attacker and walker Shaw, who has now killed 6 people a young boy died last evening. So it's went from 5 to 6. Ran over 40 more people. A black terrorist by the name of Darryl Brooks he is a pro Hitler anti semitic black supremacist terrorist. It's been wiped clean from the activist media. You've got a CNN dot com. No mention at all whatsoever. Nope. Nothing. Instead, if you, if you looked at any of the headlines that happened, they're not even saying that this is a terrorist attack. No, they just call it a car crash. They say what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin was just the car crash. It was like someone that got off on the wrong exit. Play cut 56. Bank worker. We were also hearing from the uncle of one of the 18 children hurt in the crash on Sunday. David begnaud reports on how one 11 year old girl is doing. The crash on Sunday. This was an attentional attack. But because it was a black assailant who's a child sex trafficker and pedophile, it doesn't fit the

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DT Jordan Davis runs for TD as No. 1 Georgia rolls, 56-7

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

DT Jordan Davis runs for TD as No. 1 Georgia rolls, 56-7

"Number one Georgia sprinted to a twenty eight nothing first quarter lead then coasted with fifty six seven senior day run up against overmatched Charleston southern Georgia QB Stetson Bennett completed eight of fourteen four hundred five yards and two touchdowns he gave way early in the second quarter to JT Daniels as head coach Kirby smart's substituted liberally the rest of the way Bennett said it wasn't all about winning day was about yeah in the in in the season home and then on and on in the season seven players reach the ends over Georgia led by tight end Brock powers with two Georgia moved to eleven on the season as a tune up for next week's game against rival Georgia tech I'm Jim Hart

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Tuesday's Elections Are a 'Sonic Boom' Wake-up Call for Democrats

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:49 min | Last month

Tuesday's Elections Are a 'Sonic Boom' Wake-up Call for Democrats

"First, I want to display a little bit of just the collapse. I want to just play a little bit of the video of the collapse of the Democrat regime in real time. I want to go to 56 and 57 in order, let's play cut 56 a little bit about the Virginia election results play cut 56. This is not going to go Republican. And this is a state that has not had a statewide Republican since 2009 about McDonald's governor at the Senate level at the gubernatorial level. The state was bright blue. Right. Yesterday. And now that's a next January state is going to be almost entirely in control of Republicans. And that's, you know, that's a bloodbath. And a state that Democrats are dominated, dominated for the past decade. And Republicans have taken control of the Virginia House of delegates 51 49 that no one saw coming. Cut 57, John Carl from ABC says this is a sonic boom of a wake-up call for Democrats, but they won't heed the wake-up call instead, you have Pelosi and Schumer say, oh, this is why we need to go spend these trillions of dollars we don't have on programs that are unpopular. Honestly, Democrats, I hope you guys try to implement CRT in every single school district across the country, not because it's good for the country, super damaging, but voters hate it so much that it's the greatest political gift to conservatives you could imagine. Play cut 57. George, this is a sonic boom of a wake-up call for Democrats. Biden won Virginia by ten points just a year ago. He won New Jersey by 16 points. And the big factor is the one you mentioned, Republicans vastly outperformed in the suburbs. That is precisely where the battle for control of Congress will be waged next year in the midterm election. And so all across the country, you are seeing this trend.

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The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:20 min | Last month

The Real Reason Why More Young Women Are Getting Sterilized

"Humans are a mistake New York Post says why young women are getting sterilized. Rachel diamond looks like most of the moms at the pork slope park slope cafe where we meet. She's wearing a green T-shirt under a black corduroy jumper. Sensible shoes and carries a smart leather bag. She sips a $4 iced chai tea latte. Except the 31 year old is in a mom, and she never will be. You know, she said, I never expected to be the poster child of sterilization. One on the aspiring actress TikTok, one finds short funny videos. Diamond job working to register the cafe near Union Square and updates on her rescue pit bull. Ru who has an anemia. Oh, but she likes dogs but not humans. Interesting. So in 5 months and she's had her fallopian tubes cut, not tied, and she is 64,000 followers. She's done videos such as sterilization. Being child free, we do know what we're missing. She says, looking back, I never pretended that my American girl dolls were children. They were always my sisters. They were little things showing that I wasn't pretending myself for motherhood. I think for me, it's as innate as saying I've always wanted to be a mom. Diamond is hardly an outlier. Americans are making fewer babies than we've seen since starting to keeping tracks of the 1930s, and some women like diamond are not just pulling putting off pregnancy, but eliminating the possibility of it altogether. Last year, the number of deaths exceeded the number of births in 25 states. Up from 5 the year before, the marriage rate is also at an all time low. At 6.5 marriages per 1000 people. Millennials are the first generation where a majority are unmarried about 56%. They're also more likely to live with their parents, according to pew than previous generations were in their 20s and 30s. Humans are a mistake the New York Post, right? Now they don't believe it. They're just actually they wrote a really good article. And I like the New York Post. There are also the most sexless generation in American history, the number of young men who admit they've had no sex in the past year has tripled between 2008 and 2018. Cities like New York were young secular Americans flocked to build their lives are increasingly childless in San Francisco. There are more dogs than children. Let me say it again. In San Francisco, there are more dogs than children and the explanation of this is so easy. The more secular your country becomes, why have children? If you don't believe in a transcendent order or in God, what's the point? They're an

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Youngkin Beats McAuliffe in Virginia Poll as Education Fight Defines Campaign

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:07 min | Last month

Youngkin Beats McAuliffe in Virginia Poll as Education Fight Defines Campaign

"Here, the Virginia governor's race is quickly tightening. The Virginia governor's race is statistically tied in a new poll actually shows that Terry mcauliffe is losing and the Republican challenger is winning. These polls can be all over the place, but we've been keeping our eye in the Virginia governor's race, and we just did a massive event in Virginia. We had 3000 people show up in loudon county, Virginia, new poll alert, according to the university of Mary Washington, now Connor, that's not some right wing. Institution, right? That's not as if it was, you know, let's say Donald Trump organization doing the poll or whatever, right? Okay. So it says that young kin is leading in the polls with 48%, mcauliffe 43%. What is the RealClearPolitics average? Now show. That's always very interesting to look at. But the number one issue the number one issue as to why all of a sudden, the Virginia governor's race has been flipped upside down is schools. New polling shows that parents of K through 12 children. That means suburban women, and fathers, in Virginia, 56% of them want a Republican governor I can't imagine that this is not a recipe for victory for the Republican. Virginia has become a blue state Virginia has become a place that Republicans used to dominate and because of the growth of the kingdom of Washington D.C. in Northern Virginia in loudoun county and fairfax county in particular, these races have just been so frustrating and seemingly untouchable. But because of the new rise of the mom and dad showing up to school board meetings, we are now seeing a backlash and response politically that is profound and that it's

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The Death of George Floyd Literally Set the Country on Fire

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | Last month

The Death of George Floyd Literally Set the Country on Fire

"The death of George Floyd literally set the country on fire. And immediately, it was kind of confirmation bias of the narrative that we were always told, which is that law enforcement police officers are going and they're walking the streets, trying to find black people. They're literally killing them without any sort of due process whatsoever. The numbers don't bear this out at all. I'm happy to get into that 30 unarmed black people were killed by police officers in 2018, 2019 combined. Out of that, some of them tried to run over police officers their car, grabbing weapons, the police officers, and out of 335 million police interactions, you have 30 unarmed black people in just two years. All of a sudden you're like, is that really worth redesigning American society around that? That would be foolish and imprudent. We decided to do it anyway. $2 billion of damages and all of a sudden, every major corporation stemming from what's happening in college campus is we decided to all of a sudden embrace this that we're systemically racist. We're a white supremacist country, and if you dare disagree with us, we will character assassinate, you mock you ridicule you because you're a racist, sit down and shut up. And all of a sudden people started to read the literature, moms and dads are like wait a second, you're trying to tell my 8 year old that he's a racist just because of the color of your skin, like not so fast. Started to show up in school board meetings, loud and county, Virginia, big center, that. And so now where we are today in October 2021, actually critical race theory has a negative view by a majority Americans. Not overwhelming about 56% of Americans say, wait a second. This is a little bit too radical for me. You know, I can understand that if you want to have a conversation about some of these things, but all of a sudden saying that we need to have white privilege walks, and we have segregated graduation ceremonies. We didn't have segregation today to make up for segregated segregation yesterday by iber max Kennedy. That's too much

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Jerome Ford's four TDs lead No. 3 Cincinnati over UCF 56-21

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last month

Jerome Ford's four TDs lead No. 3 Cincinnati over UCF 56-21

"Jerome Ford rushed for a career high one hundred eighty nine yards and four touchdowns for third ranked Cincinnati in a fifty six twenty one dismantling of UCF Ford sprinted seventy nine yards untouched for his third TD run making it twenty eight nothing he helped the Bearcats outgained the knights three hundred fourteen yards to ninety nine in taking a thirty five nothing halftime lead this week temple was one of the big things because we talked about get on the ball punch him in the mouth early I don't we don't we don't go out and look to score fifty points but if it happens it happens Desmond Ridder passed for one hundred forty yards and a touchdown as the sectional Bearcats extended the nation's second longest home winning streak to twenty four games I'm Dave Ferrie

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Zuerlein Makes 56-Yarder on Last Play, Cowboys Beat Chargers

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 months ago

Zuerlein Makes 56-Yarder on Last Play, Cowboys Beat Chargers

"Greg Zuerlein connected on a fifty six yard field goal as time expired giving the cowboys a twenty seventeen victory over the Chargers the winning kick came after Tristan Vizcaino tied the game with a twenty nine yard kick with three fifty eight left Dallas running back Trey Pollard had one hundred nine yards on thirteen carries dak Prescott completed twenty three of twenty seven passes for two hundred thirty seven yards we talked about all week long one to finish one to finish each drive one to finish the game I want to necessarily take it out of the defense handcuffs are going back to last week we could have finished and we could finish in the red zone with a touchdown so we could have finished that game last week Justin Herbert had his tenth three hundred yard passing game completing thirty one of forty one for three hundred thirty eight yards he had one touchdown pass but threw two interceptions I'm Dave Ferrie

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Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

Bill O'Reilly Weekend Report

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

"And Chris Rock on Sunday said he had been diagnosed with Covid 19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence to get vaccinated the 56 year old committee and wrote on Twitter Guys, I just found out I have covid trust me. You don't want this Skip vaccinated. Rock has previously said he was back. Nated with the Johnson and Johnson

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Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

Bill O'Reilly Weekend Report

00:18 sec | 2 months ago

Chris Rock Says He Has Covid-19 and Urges Doubters: ‘Get Vaccinated’

"And Chris Rock on Sunday said he had been diagnosed with Covid 19 and sent a message to anyone still on the fence to get vaccinated the 56 year old committee and wrote on Twitter Guys, I just found out I have covid trust me. You don't want this Skip vaccinated. Rock has previously said he was back. Nated with the Johnson and Johnson

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Bennett Throws 5 TD Passes, No. 2 Georgia Stifles UAB 56-7

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 2 months ago

Bennett Throws 5 TD Passes, No. 2 Georgia Stifles UAB 56-7

"Stetson Bennett tied a school record with five touchdown passes filling in for injured starter JT Daniels leading second ranked Georgia to a fifty six seven route of you A. B. Bennett completed his first six passes for going all the way to the end zone for the Bulldogs Jermaine Burton set the tone by slipping behind the secondary to haul in a seventy three yard TD from Bennett that coming on George's second offensive play by the opening minute of the second quarter Bennett tacked on scoring passes of twelve yards to Katie McIntosh eighty nine yards to Brock Bowers and sixty one yards to Arian Smith I'm the ferry

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Biden Withdrawing Troops From Afghanistan Shows Weakness to Our Enemies

Mark Levin

01:51 min | 3 months ago

Biden Withdrawing Troops From Afghanistan Shows Weakness to Our Enemies

"Ladies and gentlemen, a couple things about this. We had 56 7000 troops in Afghanistan a month ago. No deaths in the last year and a half. We're not fighting a quote unquote war in Afghanistan. It's not an ongoing war. I think they called a hot war every day, going on, day in and day out. That's not what's happening there. That's not what was happening there. We haven't said that. Well, they've been trained enough the Afghani armed forces, they should be able to fight for themselves. Well, they were largely fighting for themselves with our advisers and support but We've taken their air power power away. We've taken their air cover away for the most part. So the Afghan ground forces have no air cover and they needed that air cover when we were pushed back On those occasions when necessary. The Taliban and the Taliban feared our air cover. This has been a disaster. This is a humiliation for us. Every one of our enemies are looking at this. The North Koreans, the communist Chinese Putin in Russia, the Islamo Nazi regime in Iran. They're all looking at this. And they're sitting weakness. They're seeing a humiliated United States. We're sending 3000 troops back in in order to try and get our civilians out, including out of the embassy, so

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Mortgage Rates Moved Higher This Week for the First Time in More Than a Month

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:18 sec | 3 months ago

Mortgage Rates Moved Higher This Week for the First Time in More Than a Month

"Weeks this week, but barely Freddie Mac's is a 30 Year fix is now 2.87%. That's a quarter point lower than rates average last year and more than 1% lower the rates were averaging two years ago. Jeff Global W T O P News. Thank you, Jeff. It's 10 56. The

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U.S. COVID Cases up 150% in Last 2 Weeks

The Clay Travis and Buck Sexton Show

00:43 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. COVID Cases up 150% in Last 2 Weeks

"Vaccinate daily vaccinations have been steadily increasing in the US far outpacing new daily covid cases. But Those delta varying infections are exploding, say health officials and are preventable. New coronavirus infections are up 150% in the last two weeks, mainly due to the delta variant, the best thing we can do to try to mute that very steady rise in the curve. Is to get more people vaccinated as quickly as possible. Dr. Francis Collins at the National Institutes of Health, told ABC News that would also help the country avoid new lockdowns. If we want to avoid a more severe outcome that might lead to more extreme measures like lockdowns, we know what to do. We just need to do it. Collins said. He's encouraged by a 56% increase in vaccinations. Aaron Carter SKI

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Fauci Warns 'Things Are Going to Get Worse' With COVID

Bill O'Reilly Weekend Report

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Fauci Warns 'Things Are Going to Get Worse' With COVID

"Cases of Covid 19. I'm Joe Chiro. Fox News. That's the message from infectious disease expert to Dr Anthony Fauci, who says The reason is there still aren't enough people who are fully vaccinated. We're looking Not. I believe to lockdown but we're looking to some pain and suffering in the future because we're seeing the cases go up. Which is the reason why we keep saying over and over again. The solution to this is get vaccinated and this would not be happening. Fauci on ABC s this week by the director of the National Institutes of Health, told CNN today that vaccinations were up 56% in the last two weeks. Relative federal moratorium on evictions has

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Billie Eilish Releases New Album Happier Than Ever

Lewis and Logan

00:18 sec | 4 months ago

Billie Eilish Releases New Album Happier Than Ever

"Eilish is highly anticipated. Happier than ever is out now the 19 year old singer released her sophomore album on Friday. Her latest album has 16 tracks, and it's just shy of an hour and 56 minutes and seven seconds. To celebrate the album's release. She's sharing a music video for the title track

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NHL Unveils 2021-22 Schedule With Realigned Divisions, Debut of Seattle Kraken

News, Traffic and Weather

00:35 sec | 4 months ago

NHL Unveils 2021-22 Schedule With Realigned Divisions, Debut of Seattle Kraken

"The NHL set out two versions of the 2021 22 season one includes a pause for the Beijing Winter Olympics, and if those games are scratched, the NHL will go to Plan B. Last season, there were only 56 regular season games separated by Canada and U. S divisions. The 2021 22 season goes back to normal. The Seattle cracking a part of an opening night doubleheader October 12th taking on the Golden Knights in Vegas and their first home match and climate pledge arena, October 23 against the Vancouver connects. The cracking have traded away, one of the players they selected in last night's expansion

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Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71

Mornings on Maine Street

02:58 min | 4 months ago

Robby Steinhardt, Violinist and Co-Lead Vocalist of Kansas, Dead at 71

"Guess this is this is partly personal. But I have a feeling that I'm not the only one who is interested in this story. So I'll share it with my fellow fans of rock music. And especially back when I was really, you know, getting into it back in the seventies. And I've been I've been a radio listener as a kid from Cali. I can't remember 56 years old, uh, listen to a lot of great music of big fan of top 40 radio back in the late sixties. The Motown sound. Then, as we got in the early seventies, I got my little transistor radio and got into more of the Beatles. The Eagles as they came on in the mid late seventies, especially but also, uh, Kearney and wings and triumph and yellow yellow was probably one of my favorites. But this band also held the spot. The band's Kansas. You probably remember this song dust in the wind, Give a listen to this violent solar. Really quick man who did that Robby Steinhardt. The original violinist for Kansas, Also, a co lead vocalists actually sings Believe vocal on this song as well. Backup vocal Well, we lost Robbie over the weekend, he died from acute pancreatitis. The founding member of the band and a rarity. I mean, a violin player in a rock band. How did that all come about? My parents asked me to play the violin, I guess made me play as of island would be more accurate. I was the first chair in my high school orchestra. My junior high school orchestra in my grade school orchestra. Remember when Philly heart call me and he said, I heard you play and I wanted to find out if you wanted to get together and form a band. I remember being in Lawrence, Kansas and seeing him playing and singing, and I just thought that is a guy that I need to be in a band with. I've never seen anybody else like that guy. I've never heard anybody play like that guy and I've never heard anybody sing that way, Robbie said. Do you guys have a tape? So I sent him a reel to reel and he called back. He said. Awesome. I'm in that piece Audio from the documentary Kansas Miracles out of nowhere. Robby Steinhardt was unusual. He played the violin. Yeah, we have fiddle players. But this guy was a true classical violin player in a rock band and just totally helped to, you know to to forge a new sound, of course. As we mentioned dust in the wind, but carry on my wayward son, another favorite of theirs that I love playing the game tonight like that one as well point of no return. So the list goes on and on just some great music. Romney Robby Steinhardt dead at the age of 71 from pancreatitis, So it's a little sad news there for you, and I'm like I say, partly personal. I wanted to put that on the air, but I'm sure that I'm not the only one Alan checking in with me saying Thank you. You're welcome, Ellen. I just Couldn't let let that go by

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"5.6%" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:38 min | 5 months ago

"5.6%" Discussed on WGN Radio

"64 along the lakefront 67 at the DuPage Airport. Now your money on WGN. Here's Steve Alexander. Yeah, Here we go on the back of a stronger than expected June. Jobs report. The markets are pushing higher in the first half hour of trading. The S and P 500 is up about 12 points. The NASDAQ is up 52. The Dow right now is up about 25, the only outlier of those whose the Russell 2000 small caps is down about 3/10 of a percent right now. Volatility is measured by the Vicks of the CBO. We is down about 6% right now. 10 Year Treasury yield seems to have given the jobs report a shrug. It's now down a little bit at 1.45%. So the nonfarm payrolls were expected to climb 706,000 last month. Instead, they grew 850,000. Big numbers, but keep in mind that payrolls remain more than 7.5 million Under pre pandemic levels. The unemployment rate was expected to dip to 5.6% did not went up attempt at 5.9% wages were expected to grow by 0.4%. They grew by 0.3% and For the year, R 3.6% over a year ago, so pretty close to what was expected. Their shares of Ford are down about a half percent. Ford sales came in with a 27% drop last month and not because of a lack of demand, but because they just couldn't make enough vehicles. Because of that chip shortage, Crude oil futures are lower. 36 cents. No 74 87 a barrel gold is trading about $6 higher at the Chicago Board of Trade, a mixed bag with corn right now down about six cents..

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"5.6%" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:43 min | 10 months ago

"5.6%" Discussed on WTOP

"Let me use a 25 Men 55. Let's go over to Jeff Klee Bar 25 minutes into the trading day, the Dow is up 158 points the S and P 500 index up 16, the NASDAQ up. 55. Those are all half percent gains. New filings for unemployment benefits in Virginia jumped by 4000 last week, a total of 22,000 claims. Initial claims in Maryland and the district were little changed. The Washington Metro's unemployment rate continues to fall. It was 5.6% in December, down from 5.8%. There's still a long way to go. A year ago, DC's meant unemployment rate was Just 2.6%. Have you been baking Mork cookies? Yes, good. Real Hershey says sales of baking items like chocolate chips and cocoa powder Rose 12% last quarter. She's candy sales were also upload by chocolate bars and Twizzlers. Jeff Global Wtlv News. Thank Jeff. Up ahead, We'll tell you about a congressional report. It has concerns about the presence of medals in Baby food. It's 9 56 game planned for the big game on Sunday. If you live in Virginia, or you just want to drive over to Virginia, why not place a bet on Fanduel Sports Book again? Sandals Sports book is live in Virginia. And this is the 55th edition of the Big game. So Fanduel is celebrating. Listen to this with exclusive 55 to 1 odds on Fanduel sportsman. So if you've never tried vandal before, new users can bet on either team and get 55 to 1 odds when the Buccaneers take all the Chiefs, That's right. You get bet $5 and went $275 If you pick the winner of the big game on February 7th.

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"5.6%" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:30 min | 11 months ago

"5.6%" Discussed on WSB-AM

"More well, because you know if you foul on a three point shot, or you do something like that. You know, I'd like to say that would never happen. Higher. Second free throw No good rebound touched out Whose ball Ole Miss 5.6 to go. Tomorrow. Try to get the rebound touched it out in a group of old Miss Defenders. Georgia by 4 78 74 Rebels ball, feed it into Joyner sprints into the front court between the circles. Here comes a three no good back iron and that's the ball game. Georgia has wanted on the road. In Oxford, Mississippi, 78 74 Dogs shut the lights out in the second half. They finished 75% in the second half. He had 18 of our 24 2nd half shots. And when the ball game by four Georgia's first road victory of this season and Georgia's first SEC win of the season, it's got I got to say something here. I gotta tell you You should 75% in the second half against a team like this when you were leading at halftime, and you're still in a one point game. Ah, one possession game. Late that Z tells your defense has got to tighten up. Well, they shot almost 60%. And then they started to heat up once they found their range on threes. I mean, they They were one for 14. And then they finished six for their last eight on threes. So once they found that that spot on the floor that they felt comfortable with, Yeah, they were stroking it well, and they had to. They were down 15. They had to start making up ground, So they started taking them and they were hitting him. Free throws really cost old miss Today, though. Just five of 15 from the line. Georgia goes 15 of 17 and nails it shut with four severe wheeler free throws down the stretch. And then the Justin Chire free throw is well. He made one and missed one late. But the dogs hang on to win it 74 78 to 74. Would you agree with the free throw line old us after the other night? Yes. No, I agree with that After you, Miss 17 on your home floor. Yeah, we got it done today at the line 15 of 17 88%. Nice win by the dogs on the road in the conference today, 78 74 will take it. Georgia, now eight and four for the year one and four in conference play old Miss drops to six and six. And they're also one and four in the SEC.

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"5.6%" Discussed on Blogging Monthly - Get All The News

Blogging Monthly - Get All The News

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"5.6%" Discussed on Blogging Monthly - Get All The News

"Does this and you minder. And you're listening to blogging monthly such to the podcast to get all the latest news. Updates around blogging. Hey everyone right to the latest episode of putting monthly in this episode.

"5.6%" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"5.6%" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"175,000 with more than 5.6 million confirmed cases. Dr Chris Murray, the director of the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington. Says it's model projects. The number of deaths in the U. S could soar to 310,000 by December. By the time December rolls around, if we don't do anything at all The daily death toll in the U. S would be much higher than the sort of 2000 deaths a day we would expect by December. It could be as high as 6000 deaths today, so it really depends what we do both as individuals and what governments do South Korea has decided to ban large gathering, shutting nightspots and churches and removing fans from professional sports nationwide in an attempt to flow resurgence of Corona virus infections in that country. Postmaster General Luis de Joy testifies before a Senate committee on recent changes that the U. S Postal Service ahead of the November presidential election. The joy was pressed by senators about possible disruptions in mail delivery in the wake of those changes, which include the dismantling of some sorting equipment in some branches. Michigan Democrat Gary Peters wanted some assurances. Will you be bringing back any mail sorting machines that have been removed? Since you've become postmaster general? Any of those come back? There's no intention to do that. They're not needed, sir. To join a short senators. There will be no problems with melon balance additional processes that we were deployed in and around the election that will carry a good part of any deviations. John Stillness Washington Double trouble could be swirling along the U. S. Gulf Coast early next week.

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"5.6%" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"5.6%" Discussed on KOMO

"Session. The Dow Jones industrials Leap 372 points, the S and P 500 rose 21 the NASDAQ composite gained 57 to finish just appoint 1/2 shy of the 11,000 milestone. Shares of Boeing and several airlines rally today. Amid news a group of Republican senators have endorsed calls to give the airline industry mohr money to avoid layoffs. The GOP senators did not specify an amount. But a proposal by several airline unions seeks $32 billion for the hard hit aviation industry, including 25 billion for passenger airlines. Boeing shares jumped 5.6%. Today, Amazon has officially launched what it calls a big summer sale event. The commerce giant is offering more than 300 deals across a wide array of categories. That's your money now, I'm Jim Chess Cocoa Mo. Knows Money news at 20 and 50 past the hour commute conditions coming right up Ranger Station Ranger speaking. Hi. I'd like to report a bear hug. Ah, ok. Well, before he left my campsite, I was putting out my fire and nowhere. Smokey Bear showed up and hugged me. So you drowned the fire. You stirred it. Drowned it again and felt that it was cold. Oh, yeah, He likes it. When people correctly put out their campfires. He's pretty big on wildfire prevention. He's just letting you know you did good with a hug. Is the harder I just got a bear hug from Smokey Bear Status update. All right, I'm gonna let you go now. I've got a lot of Ranger stuff to do..

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"5.6%" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"5.6%" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"I'm John. This is John. That's the show. I welcome my colleague Monica crowd who is the assistant secretary of the Treasury for public fans. Monica's here to help us understand. The news in these last travellers of the U. S economy, the GDP I read from The Wall Street Journal. The economy contracted at a record rate last quarter, Second quarter and July setbacks for the jobs market added to signs of a slowing recovery as a country of faces a summer surge in Corona virus infections. The Commerce Department said US gross domestic product, the value of all goods and services produced across the economy fell at a seasonally and inflation adjusted 32.9% repeat 32.9% annual rate. In the second quarter, or a 9.5% drop compared with the prior quarter. This, the figures were the steepest decline in more than 70 years of record keeping. Monica. Interesting times. We live in them, but they require explanations. First. Have we seen the worst of it is that drop 9.5%. Quarter over quarter. Your understanding A Treasury the worst of it. Good evening to you. Good evening to you, John. Well, yes, We knew that this was going to be a very ugly quarter. Cute, too. And in fact, we got the report this morning and there will be revisions down the road, of course, But in fact, it was a very bad quarters. So as horrific as the number is, it was not a surprise. You'll recall that first quarter January through March March with the first significant month of the covert pandemic. When we began locking down the entire country and government mandating ah, lock down of the entire U. S economy, a wholesale lock down of the economy. So it started in March. And then, of course, April May June for Q to extended the lock down. So we knew that Q T was going to be not pretty, And in fact, it's not. But when you look at this number and everything is relative You look at the number a contraction of 32.9%. Actually, the expectations were for about 35% contraction, So it's slightly better than well what wass anticipated, and I think that is as terrible as the number is. That is a testament to the resilience of the U. S. Economy. When you did sort of deeper into some of these monthly numbers to answer your question if you utilize monthly retail sales and industrial production data Which are both very important gauges of economic growth. It's clear that the declines in March and April, which was they were the most acute period of of the national locked down. They were the motive driving motive force driving this major contraction right? And as the country is now safely re opening, both of those indicators experience to rebound in May in June, so to answer your question, it does look like that cute e number is the worst of it were slowly and safely reopening the economy in some areas of the country more than others, of course, based on The public health data that we're getting, but their rebound is now well underway and the forecast is for a very strong, really GDP growth in the third quarter. I want to concentrate on 11 paragraph here and then explicate from the point of view of living in Manhattan. The decline in GDP in the second quarter. This is the Wall Street Journal reflected the deep hit to consumer and business spending from lock down social distancing and other initiatives aimed at containing the virus. Consumer spending fellow 34.6% annual rate amid sharp decreases in spending on services like healthcare, recreation and food. Monica Monica, We were locked out We didn't make a decision not to spend our our own health care. Or go to the restaurant or recreation. We were prevented by orders of governors, no matter what. This is not about the economy. This is not about what we conduce. This is about a mandate and I want to underline this. I I cut myself with a pickaxe early on in the crisis, and I was reluctant to ask for help. Because the hospital's at this point we're expecting to be overwhelmed. This is March April. And I decided, given the swelling that it was wrongheaded of me and that their tetanus shot was necessary. So I called up the clinic where I usually go and they were very kind and they brought me in. Monica. I was the only person they saw that day. Other than being tested for the cove. It Now it easily could have been that There were hundreds of stupid people like me have cut themselves with the pickaxe and didn't go to the clinic and delayed spending on there. On their own health care, and we're paying the price for it. So the puzzle here is who's to blame? The blame is that they shut us down inarticulately. They made orders that didn't have any basis They were. They were panicky orders. There was no reason to keep people who'd cut themselves with the pickaxe from going to the clinic. But the the the two nurse practitioners who cared for me were very generous. However, they did underline that they were seeing me extraordinarily because their services were only for covert 19. That was the state of affairs in New York State in March of 2020 20. And from there, Monica we can only say never again. Never again. Will I vouchsafe the shutting down of the economy. You know, it was a government mandate mandated lock down of the kind we had never seen before, with an unprecedented situation, and I would remind everybody I think we sort of lost sight of this, John that in the early days of this, nobody knew how the virus was going to behave. We were getting information out of China, which you know, people thought with highly unreliable. About how this virus actually behaved in human beings. It was a novel virus. Nobody knew was that the Ebola where you're essentially dead in 72 hours, or with amore extreme flew. No one knew. So when the government mandated the whole sale lock down of the U. S economy, it was for public health reasons based on the worst case scenario. So when you say who is to blame every western country was doing, uh, China was during it, so there really was no alternative. Therefore, the government then also knew it had to step in and fill the economic avoid it because it was asking people to shut down their businesses shut down their livelihood. And you know, in the layout that that you just put out there that is sort of like an incentive based question. Like all of the American consumer to spend, we had no one Just to spend because there was no way to spend apart from the occasional Amazon delivery or some takeout food and groceries, right?.

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Fanm on Films

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"5.6%" Discussed on Fanm on Films

"Which can lead to the adult education which can contribute to adults responding to girls as if they are women and so. There's the police. The policing of black bodies is not only about law enforcement right. It's also about the way that we internalize as adults. what what is acceptable. And what is not acceptable. In order for a child to be ready to learn. My personal view is that no child is sexy right to be seen that. I'm just saying if it's hot outside and the child has on shorts and we should not be looking at their child and saying. Oh that's too sexy because no child should be seen as sexy now. We do have dress codes in schools. That often come into the debate in into the discussion about it but it should never be about whether shorts or pants fit over. One's backside in a particular way that you know is seen as provocative for those around her in order for her to learn because what that does is signal to girls particularly girls that their bodies are what is top of mind for their capacity to learn and not their brains right. These saint compensation do not happen in a lot of schools across the country where girls who are not black. Go to school. Whatever they are wearing that day and they are welcomed as young people who are ready to learn. And there's no requirement that they appear a certain way and perform a certain way with their own bodies or have their bodies read or You know argued to be Acceptable or not before. They can participate in learning that day. So you know with kiara. A lot of it has to do with her being fuller-bodied and no not wanting to just be seen as quote unquote fat fat girl. And she says that. In a way that is i think that echoes a lot of the concerns of girls who are seen as more you know full-bodied or bigger girls who are then interpreted as being more aggressive or seen are seen as more of a physical threat than some of girls who might be more frail in their body type or thinner in their body type and so our challenge is to think about how we can engage with young people in a way that does not lead them to think that they have to be a certain size in order to be acceptable to learning or you know that we're enforcing even the dress codes in a way that can lead to oppression of particular groups of people because of the size of their bodies and are reading that so a lot of this has to do with some work that adults need to unpack and that we sent to our children we pass and you know and also working with girls. There are jurisdictions around the country that have tried to think creatively about partnering with young people to co construct dress code policies. So that they don't do a great idea you know work with the girls. Talk to them about what they see. That's an issue. The dress code one is has been the subject of several research papers since within within the last three to four years largely because you can go into any community and talk to the girls and they automatically will respond in a negative way to the idea of tresco You know across the racial spectrum. Girls understand the dress code enforced in sexist ways right though we just really have some work to do to continue to understand what our young people need to feel safe and not lead with this idea. That safety is something that can be implemented but to understand that it's something that is co constructed with the students that we have in our schools. Yeah i totally agree. And i think one of the interesting things about this project to is you know you started off as a book which really also as an academic book was able to cross over into the larger public imagination and spark this conversation around violence and girls and turning it into a documentary just allows you to bring up these issues in a different medium in another medium so i wonder if you could talk a little bit shifting hats from an academic who has published a work and then shifting to a filmmaker. What was that process like for you to turn your work into film into a more visual medium that then has also had its own wings in festivals and you have a website that has a resource guide and so there are educational materials attached to it. What what was that process like for you. Like i said i was fortunate to partner with women in the room productions and so they were excellent partners in helping me to realize you know and share a vision of how we would communicate this material to the public There was instant agreement that we have to send her the girls. And you know we've found stylistic ways visual ways to do that. The director of the film to cobra atlas on. You know you may notice when you watch the documentary that the girl speak directly into the film and so they talk directly to whoever the and the adult experts Speak to off to the five. So they're not looking directly into the camera and it was really important to engage some of these stylistic ways of communicating. just how important it is for the girls to be able to stand in their truths and speak their stories which i thought was consistent with the way that i had communicated their words. I'm really with minimal editing in my books about this topic in so you know it was. It was an interesting thing because when you write a book in paper who actually it was. It was a paper that turned into a book that turned into a ted talk that turned into a dot com. Got you travel long journey I'm trying to get this message out to everyone working so i think it's really important to think about the multiple ways that people learn Which is always part of my own practice and understanding and recognizing that people are going to pick this up in different ways and for those who may not read the book you know they may hear kiara.

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Fanm on Films

06:45 min | 1 year ago

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"I've been hearing about staying home. Has its own set of challenges for people who are already in challenging relationships. Children who are in home settings are compromising. And you're absolutely right when they returned to school whenever that is because it may not be now until september. So you're talking about six months or more of being confined in a space. That is not safe. Where school may have been mostly clear. Exactly right so How are teachers going to be able to cope with that. In a way that doesn't further traumatize these young people and what partnership needs to be in place. Because you know i. I believe that education is critical. That's why center this conversation about criminalization in the context of education We know that education is a critical protective factor against contact with the juvenile court of criminal legal system particularly for girls. And that is why you know. I say we often. We'll say that i. I think it's important for us to develop ways to keep our girls in school rather than finding creative ways to kick them out and you know what is really important here on is the august are the amount of partnerships that i see forming in real time with nonprofits and other volunteers who are doing wellness checks with young people right now. Who wear the teachers you know may have been that safe person. A lot of educators themselves are checking up on kids and checking out particularly on a number of the girls who have been multiple systems involved and already exhibiting some risky behaviors where this pandemic has created a new set of challenges and those wellness checks can save lives so it is. The the relationships are not lost because the proximity to school is lost. But but i do think that we're at an important crossroads where we're going to think about how we educate how we built connections how he built relationships in how we maintain those relationships for young people who really need that intervention in order for them to feel safe enough to learn. I think it's a little scary for me when elephants since just said that You know this this remote learning is uncovering a lot of things. Like for instance that. Perhaps school is safer than home to see what happens to a lot of black girls in schools into thank. That's safer environment. is quite terrifying in one thing that i appreciate it About the documentary is that it's centers the girls It would have been easy to get experts in scholars around the table in to have them give their opinions on what they think works. And what doesn't but you have the girl's talking about their experiences in and expressing what it is that they think works. How has that experience been for you. Working directly with girls and getting their input into what they believe will work for them. A i strongly believe in participatory research and engagement It's you know. Less of a methodology for me. In more of a worldview and philosophy that girls are the experts in their own experience. And that those who live in experience are the ones who should guide the solutions and so from the work that i have been an to produce research to push out the book to the documentary. It really has to be centered in many ways in the lived experiences of girls so that we can understand what those numbers mean. you know. it's easy for us to look at numbers and try to say okay. You know. black girls are seven times more likely or between six or seven times. More likely to experience suspensions out of school than their white counterparts. But what does that mean right. Like what does it mean to be suspended. And why is that happening. And what is that telling black girls. We only can answer the questions that we ask. And so what. I have found in my work. Is that when you sent her girls in the conversation about their own wellbeing go force us to ask questions that we may not have been asking before questions real. I mean like when we first started talking about the school to prison pipeline folks not talking about dress codes. We're talking about hairstyles. Yep back backley And so opening up the conversation to include those who are living the experience you know for me. It just opens up the world of possibility on how we respond to it so speaking of that one of your participants the subjects in your documentary is kiana asia. Yeah and she's haitian which is one of the reasons why we reached out to you and she has a very interesting experience. I i also connected her story with the story of the first young woman that you that you profiled. Who almost harmed herself. She talked about how you know. Her parents didn't believe her and how You know they automatically centered the teacher and i think for for haitian families like that is a common experience that the teacher is always right and you are the child and you're supposed to do what the teacher says and so going to kiana and hearing about her experiences as well being bullied and not feeling as though she really belonged that she had a space in which she was seen and heard that definitely resonated with me but i i wonder what it was like meeting her. How did you find kiana. And how is it not to be part of your project yet. Kiara is has been working very closely with the soul sisters leadership collective in miami and kumi. Douglas who is the leader of that organization is also featured in the documentary speaks to her work directly with kiara. You know that's a beautiful girl. Kiara is a beautiful intelligent girl who because she had challenging behavior many educators and folks in her life just missed how brilliant she actually is and so when we reached out to try to identify girls who might participate in the documentary. I was really looking for those girls who might be able to speak to some of the more routine ways that we see school discipline and push out take place in our schools. We see the cases like the opening sequence with a young girl who was manhandled by the police officer and we think. Oh my god. That's so agreed..

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01:40 min | 2 years ago

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"Three first period but the Blackhawks defense tested tonight they're going up against the number one offense in the league averaging three point six seven goals per game and they rallied late in dramatic fashion last night in Minnesota this is the second of a back to back for the wild they scored the equalizer with about four minutes ago and then no a Charlie who has just burst out of his career best season previously with Boston in his first season here with the Florida Panthers got his eighteenth on a reflection with six seconds six seconds ago last night to give Minnesota what was a five four all right give Florida which was a five four victory over the Minnesota wild up to the Twin Cities however Jules team defensively still looking for its way their twenty fifth in goals against average they are number six on the power play they scored in five consecutive games but number twenty three on the penalty kill four goals allowed their last three contest meantime on the opposite side of things box belly killed up to six the league the power play at number twenty seven finally a birthday no here we got turning nineteen eight years old today let's see if he can celebrate by getting on the scoresheet once again real quick look at the NHL scoreboard for other games tonight second here Carolina living Winnipeg three one the biggest a to nothing lead on a two one lead on Boston also the seconds the islanders lead the Rangers three nothing after one period Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are scoreless that's a wrap for the Chicago Blackhawks pregame show coming up next before Johnny Troy start the call will have Patrick Kane's pregame ceremony will also bring you the first TV timeout ceremony in recognition of Joel Quenneville when the Blackhawks take on the Panthers.

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10:20 min | 2 years ago

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"The Panthers scored twice in the final 4 minutes including the winner with 5.8 seconds left in regulation to slip past the wild 54 in St Paul Noll Atari tip the mark Pisek shot past Alex stay locked in the final seconds to complete the comeback the battle that Elaine get decal intro which can I call you know just how much time with us is the goal is reviewed for a high stick they deemed it good Panthers get the victory that's 5 straight wins for Florida their first ever win at Xcel energy center in regulation wild suffer the loss and see their 2 game win streak come to an end Kevin fall miss Minneapolis

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01:58 min | 2 years ago

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10:15 min | 2 years ago

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03:49 min | 2 years ago

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KQED Radio

05:28 min | 2 years ago

"5.6%" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Written by Princeton performed by the Bengals. We'll get the back story on how it was made and refugees, and chefs gathered to make beautiful meals together. Our very own severe Alvarez Boyd tells us, the story of a program here in Washington DC that seeks to open our hearts through our taste buds. It's Sunday June twenty third us now. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Barbara Klein, national security adviser, John Bolton is defending President Trump's decision to call off military strikes on Iran Bolton. Spoke today during visit to Jerusalem and NPR's Daniel estrin. Is there Bolton has long, advocated hardline positions against Iran and suggested the US could attack you run at a later stage. Neither Iran nor any other hostile actor should mistake. US prudence and discretion for weakness. He said, the US is imposing new sanctions on Iran with details to be announced Monday. Bolton made the comments alongside his Rayleigh Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu who also advocates a hardline stance on Iran, who said nothing about Trump's decision to call off military strikes. But he praised new US sanctions on Iran, both in his Jerusalem ahead of a meeting Tuesday with Russian and his Rayleigh national security, advisers to discuss Syria on Saturday, the White House published its long-awaited economic p. Plan for Palestinians but Bolton and Antonio who made no mention of it, Daniel. Estrin NPR news Jerusalem. The White House confirms President Trump and North Korean leader. Kim Jong UN have been writing to each other North Korea's state news agency is reporting. Kim says he recently received a letter of quote, excellent content. It was a reply to a letter Kim sent Trump this month. The correspondence follows failed talks earlier this year. Ethiopia's top military official has been assassinated after regional, president was also killed NPR's Ava Peralta reports the government is calling the attacks part of a coup attempt of person for prime minister tells NPR that the Amora regional president was shot by armed forces trying to take over the regional government at the same time in the capital about the chief of Ethiopia's armed forces was coordinating a response when his bodyguard shot him. The spokesperson begins the sense both men died from their injuries. And she says the government believes the attacks are connected for the year. Now, if you Opie has been experiencing a rapid transformation. Prime minister Abby minute has ushered in a new more democratic era, but old ethnic tensions that were kept in check by the former regime's authoritarian rule have flared leading to widespread intercommunal violence in NPR news. Nairobi some residents of northern California. Humboldt county should be prepared for aftershocks after a five point six magnitude earthquake struck along the coast late last night. The US geological surveys, Randy Baldwin says such quakes aren't unusual in the area where there are several fault zones by point six causes pretty good shaking, but this area has a history of quakes this size or even larger occurring. There are no reports of injuries or damage. This is NPR from K Q, E news. I'm Tiffany, Cam, high PG says some of its power lines were damaged during preemptive outages earlier this month. Here's Jeremy Siegel, PG and E cut power for some twenty two thousand people in parts of the north bay in the Sierra Nevada foothills because strong winds and high temperatures made conditions ripe for wildfire in a report sent to regulators on Friday, PG. He said during the outages they found two instances of damage to over. Ahead, electrical lines in this year foothills, they say crews repaired or replaced, the damaged equipment before power was restored, the shut offs part of PGA new safety plan. That comes after it's a quick -ment was found responsible for multiple deadly destructive fires. I'm Jeremy Siegel, QB news, Oakland opened its first parking lot for people living in RV's, this week, kick you ether Hosseini reports the pilot program has room for up to fifty vehicles. J coca doesn't consider herself homeless. She says she was lucky to score this five hundred dollar RV after her previous gig, as building manager ended, but she says parking on the street made her a Tergat for robbers. And so she was excited to get an invitation from the city to Perkin this new law. I think grace because simmer safe department. She's now got a spot for herself and her five dogs in this concrete lot sandwiched between the Coliseum Bart entrance and the stadium was the second person here. Hopefully get a job and get back on my feet. The site features wash stations and porta-pottys alongside twenty four hour security project manager Joe debris says the city invited people with RV's parked in the Burke filled neighborhood in east Oakland, which has been deeply impacted by the vehicles. There's been really challenge for that field community. And so that's the community. They were hoping to serve, and then alleviate I officials say they are considering opening two more RV safe parking sites in the near future. I'm Sarah Husseini, KiKi Dee news. More at K Q E news dot org. I'm Tiffany, Cam high support comes from personal capital. Introducing a new high yield account, personal capital, cash FDIC insured..

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"5.6%" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"5.6%" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Amendments include two million dollars to help western states insurer, reliable and clean, water supply, and really white yours like just experience. There's a lot of water there got to capturing sworn one of our biggest storage areas is groundwater. Congressman Barra says the funding will benefit a number of projects already in progress, including the Sacramento regional water Bank. A five point six magnitude earthquake was struck in northern California near the coast. The quake was reported at eight fifty three PM last night, and hit three miles from Petrolia, according to the US, the quick also struck seventeen miles southwest, from Scotia, and thirty six miles. From eureka. The quake had a depth of five point five miles, no media reports of damage in the area. Mick Jagger has taken the stage less than three months after his heart surgery. The Rolling Stones kicked off their North American no filter tore in front of sixty thousand fans at Chicago's Soldier Field last night. Jagger told fancies back and better than ever. No filter tour makes a stop at the Rose Bowl in August. Got a crash on the one ten in Highland Park. Go to be on the northbound side at avenue forty-three. It's a two car wreck right now. It is still blocking the off ramp. A little bit slow coming away. Five freeway getting word of a crash filmar area, five southbound at Rochford. That's what is blocking the right lane. Now, we still have a work zone in commerce on the five south part of the seven ten connector to the seven tenths out to be shut down there till five AM KFI sky helps get you there faster Jonathan Weiss macgyver of weather forecast coming up next. Attractive going past or other stuff. So if you're ready come see the new five hundred exit a dealer or go to USA dot com before six AM, enter promo code Fiat nights, and one thousand dollars bonus cash on select models. See dealer for details. Must take retail delivery.

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