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Recovering Food Addict Colleen Y. Shares the Ups and Downs of Her Journey
"On the podcast, our guest is a recovered food addict, Colleen Y. Welcome Colleen. Colleen Y. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be here. Susan Branscombe Yeah, it's great. I heard about your story. I've read about your story and I'm looking forward to sharing it with our listeners. We're going to talk about your story and how you found recovery from food addiction. I understand you became abstinent at 55 years old in 2018 when you joined a 12 -step food recovery program. Talk about that and what brought you into recovery. Colleen Y. Yes, it was late getting into. I had never heard of any 12 -step recovery programs. I had never heard about food addiction. I was just a person who thought I had a moral issue that I needed to diet, that I didn't have willpower, that that was the only way that I could overcome the excess weight. I was getting up there. I was 250. I was up to 300 pounds when I finally went into the rooms. So up until that point, I just thought that I just had no willpower. But it got to the point where all I could do was think about the food. I could not function unless I was thinking about food. So that's what brought me into the rooms. Talk about you got into recovery when you realized that you needed help in this way. And then you relapsed after two months. What happened there? Well, actually, it was after five years. I was in the program for five years. So for the first two years following the program, I was good. I followed it. I lost weight. I was working the steps in the program. But then I thought I didn't need it anymore, that I knew what I was doing and slowly started deviating from the program to the point where I left it and just started doing diets again and the weight started creeping back on. But I was still not eating the sugar flower wheat. So that's what I considered as still being abstinent. But the weight came on. I was still eating high fat. And then finally, after five years, I just couldn't white knuckle the diets anymore. And I relapsed. And in that two months that I relapsed, I gained over 25 pounds and really came to believe that I had a serious problem with food addiction. I just could not function at all over that two months. And I just did not want to live anymore. I just did not want to wake up in the morning. It was a brutal experience for two months. For critical level food addicts, some of us can get suicidal, where we just can't see a way out and that we're always going to suffer from this and food controls our lives. Yeah, I prayed every night that I wouldn't wake up in the morning. And that was the thing. And then I'd be so devastated that I had another day in this disease and that somehow I had to function. So talk about this history then. You got into recovery, five years, doing well, lost weight. Then you relapsed. Tell me about the weight that went off and came back on. You said you gained 25 pounds. You got up to 300, but were you close to maintenance weight during that five years? I had never been a normal weight my entire life, never. So I got close. I had lost, by this point I started at 300, so I was probably down to 170, which was just absolutely new territory for me. Then I gained some weight back, but then I knew I could not get abstinent on my own. It didn't matter what I did, I could not keep it. So I tried to go to Renasant and Renasant was running an outpatient program and I signed up for that. And then just before they were going to run it, they contacted me and said that they weren't prepared to run it anymore. And I was devastated. I ended up getting in touch with Dr. Vera Tarmon, who is a director at Renasant, and she told me about, in fact, was going to run their intensive for their students. And Esther usually does it in Iceland, but this time she was actually doing it in Ontario where I'm from. So it's like three hours away from me, I had this opportunity. So I jumped at it and I went and did that intensive where Esther Helga had Amanda from Shift come in and run the intensive. And it was mind -altering. It changed everything about the way that I looked at food addiction, totally, totally opened my eyes.
A highlight from What a Weird Week: That's a Big Ol' Ball of Cheese! Fri Sept 8 2023
"That's a big old ball of cheese. This is the What a Weird Week show for Friday, September 8th, 2023. Hi, everybody, it's weird. This is like crazy news here. Really weird, weird tale. Well, I got a great show for you today. What's so wonderful? Weird stuff! Hi, friends. I'm Scott. This is What a Weird Week, a show about weird stuff from this week's news. If you want links, audio, video, photos, warm thoughts. Just remember show notes dot page. You can find it all if you get to show notes dot page 10. Here we go. Season four, episode 50, first published on Friday, September the 8th, 2023. Kicking our weird news of the week off at number 10 is Venice, Italy, to start charging a cover, a cover charge of five euros for tourists who want to enjoy a day trip to Venice. This is only on select days to start. Seems like they're just trying it out. People who live in Venice are often outnumbered by tourists. And that can be a drag when you're just trying to get across town to your dentist appointment. And somebody is like, will you take my picture by this boat? Look, everybody, I'm Marco Polo. I imagine that plays out on a daily basis in Venice, but I'm not sure. Will a five dollar cover charge stop over tourism? I highly doubt it. If you've paid the money to go to Venice and then they're like, whoa, whoa, whoa, you can't come in, it's going to be five bucks. I mean, I do have an uncle who would be like, five dollars. I'll wait in the car. But most everybody else, you're going to pay the five bucks. But will a five dollar cover charge make a ton of money for the people of Venice? No, no, it will not, because they have to pay to administer this program. Can't even get a cup of coffee in Venice, probably for five bucks. Right. Less than a cup of coffee. Do you think maybe they're testing this out and someday you'll show up with your five bucks to get into Venice and they'll be like, oh, no, we've raised the price. It's five dollars twenty. Or heaven forbid, five ninety nine. Seems like this is a story to watch nine. Our number nine story is the man and lady suspected of busting a hole through the Great Wall of China because wanted to make a shortcut. A 38 year old man and a 55 year old woman who were working nearby have been detained while the investigation continues. They're suspected of using an excavator to bust through the Great Wall to create a shortcut for their construction work. I take a complicated view on this because I mean, yes, it's an ancient wonder to the world. That is an ancient wonder. The Great Wall of China. But if you've got to go all the way around every time you forget something in the truck or somebody is like, oh, Bob's here to sign those papers. Oh, Bob, the papers are in the truck. I got to go all the way around, Bob. Bernice, cover for me. I'll be back in six hours. You know, if it's that kind of scenario, I could see the temptation. The excavator is sitting there and you're like, punch a quick hole through here and I'm back at the parking lot. I'll be back in a jiff. Not saying it was, you know, the right thing to do to the ancient wonder. Anyway, story is continuing, investigation continues, so we'll find out. I guess maybe they don't have surveillance cameras all along the Great Wall of China, so they have to do some old fashioned detective work on this. Bringing the weird news of the week to your ear holes. This is what a weird week eight number eight in our countdown of the 10 weird news items of the week is gnomes in the news. Gnomes in the news. Police in the UK are warning people about gnome crime. They say if you find a mysterious garden gnome in your yard, you need to contact the cops and go on high alert. That is me paraphrasing. It could be that robbers have put the gnome in your yard because they're scoping out your place. It's a way to see if you're home. If the robbers come by and they see their gnome hasn't been touched, it tells them that there's probably no one at your house and your place is burglar friendly. If you've been involved in a mystery gnoming, contact your police. I got to say, this one seems like an urban legend to me or something, but I mean, there are real statements from police about this. It just seems like something you would see on Home Alone in the Home Alone movie franchise, Home Alone eight gnome alone. That one, you know, that could be animated. Hold on a second. Writing that one down in the million dollar idea book. Let me know in the comments if you have Steven Spielberg's address. I'd appreciate that. A personal phone number, maybe personal phone number. I think I'd be better on the phone. Seven Mullet World Record. Tammy Menace is a nurse from Tennessee who hasn't cut the party in the back since 1990. You know, business up front party in the back mullet. Tammy was recently in the news for her world record mullet hairstyle, which is longer than she is tall. Her mullet is five foot eight. One time, 33 years ago, she cut her mullet and then she regretted it. She missed it so much and she vowed to immediately start growing a new mullet. Here we are 33 years later. Guinness World Record five foot eight mullet. If you want to see photos, click show notes that page or the show notes of your podcatcher if you're listening on podcast. 10 weird things from this week's news. This is what a weird week six number six on our countdown. Man interviewed on BBC TV by mistake is back in the news. In case you missed it in 2006, a fellow named Guy went to the BBC for a job interview. At the same time, the TV channel was expecting an expert also named Guy to do a live TV interview. So one was job interview. One was an interview on TV. Well, the long story short is the wrong guy ended up on TV and he did his best to fake his way through it. Well, Guy Cuney is the editor of the technology website News Wireless. Hello. Good morning to you. Good morning. Were you surprised by this verdict today? I'm very surprised to see this verdict to to come on me because I was not expecting that when I came. They told me something else and I'm coming. You got an idea of it. So it's a big surprise in a big surprise. Yes. Yeah. There's a link in our show notes to the whole clip. If you want to check it out. An incredible case of mistaken identity on live television. Well, that fellow that was from 2006. That fellow is back in the news because he would like some of the income that's been generated by his viral video moment. Basically, that's the story. BBC, their YouTube has gotten, you know, maybe five, six million views of the incident. It's been meme -ified and all that. And now he's thinking Guy is thinking, hey, any of that money coming my way? What about Guy? Where's Guy's money? That is me paraphrasing. But if you want to watch the video, read the article. All of that, just click the show notes, show notes, that page number five this week. Record breaking cheese ball is enormous. I don't think I would pronounce the name of the Mexican town correctly. So I would encourage you to read the article. We link to that. But this Mexican town in four hours took a whole lot of stringy cheese and made it into the biggest cheese ball in the world. Type of cheese is called one of the names for it is quesillo. I'm probably saying that wrong also, but it's a stringy cheese in the same way you would make an elastic band ball, you know, out of collecting elastic bands. They took all this stringy cheese and just started wrapping and balling that cheese and kablami. They got a cheese ball weighing in at twelve hundred thirty pounds. It was around three feet across the cheese ball and experts in action. It's hypnotizing is something to see. The video is in the show notes. Congratulations, cheese ballers on a wonderful world record accomplishment. It looked delicious.
"55 year old" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Radio one O 5 9 WB M one person is in custody in connection with the deaths of two people early this morning in south Chicago Chicago police say a 55 year old man walking into a home near 83rd and luella at around one 50 a.m. was shot in the head and died. The shooter chased a 26 year old woman for about a block police say, then hit her with a blunt object. She was pronounced dead at the scene. Police took one person into custody in the possible domestic related attack, no word yet on charges or details about the suspect. Nancy hardy one O 5 9. A man wanted for questioning in a double murder near Dayton, Ohio on Friday has been arrested here in Chicago. Police in Ohio had put out a description and license plate of the vehicle owned by 39 year old Adam at about noon. 9 hours later they were notified by Chicago police that he was in custody. His arrest in Chicago was unrelated to the murders of two people found dead in the Ohio home where he lives earlier in the day. There was a felony warrant for another case, the man has a history involving drugs. CPD notified authorities in Ohio at about 9 p.m. that had been arrested here. Elmhurst police also played a role, according to the dark county sheriff's office just outside Dayton. It's unclear if the car he was driving is what led to his arrest. Mike krauser, one O 5 9. Cargo ship owners are playing the name game after a buying spree. The details from Bloomberg coming up in less than 90 seconds, it's
"55 year old" Discussed on The BOB & TOM Show Free Podcast
"Gisele Bündchen's reportedly has a new boyfriend. And it's someone close to Tom Brady. According to the daily mail. Bundchen, or as they call her here, jizzy. Is dating billionaire Jeffrey softer. Who happens to be a friend of Brady and was once married to supermodel L McPherson. Well, he is a type. He's, of course, that's a Spanish for the McPherson. Just to make that clear. Excuse me, is that a hell to make pizza? The daily mail went on to squash rumors that bundchen had been dating her Brazilian jiu-jitsu instructor. Squash? Do they mean squash? It says squash, but doesn't mean quash. Joaquim lynch, you want writing about this probably isn't very good. Right. Heard jiu-jitsu instructor joaquim valente. I don't care what religion this guy is. Apparently the cell has been seen software for months. And they've been trying to keep it secret to avoid the press. A little bit softer now. A little bit softer now. Why is this why is this? You could interrupt the show with you. You didn't do the radish story, which he's upset about. Why didn't you do the radish story? What? I didn't have the radish. I gave you a radish story. I had the you had the right story yesterday, or no, the world's largest radish. I have it today. Yeah. Where was I? The 55 year old software is a developer, hotelier. I always wanted to be a hotel. It's a great thing. Owns luxury properties in South Florida, including Miami's fountain
Jet 'trim issues' may have led to deadly turbulence: NTSB
"The NTSB says investigators are now looking at a reported trim issue prior to what the board calls an in flight upset that caused the death of a passenger on a private plane. The NTSB initially reported the business jet experienced severe turbulence Friday now the agency says it's looking into a reported trim issue trimming refers to adjustments made to an airplane's control surfaces to ensure the aircraft is stable and level in flight. The board says a preliminary report will be available in two to three weeks, the bombardier challenger 300 is owned by connects on a fiber Internet company and was traveling from New Hampshire to Virginia before diverting to Bradley airport in Connecticut. State police identified the passenger that died as 55 year old Dana Hyde from Maryland. I'm Julie Walker
Sen. Tom Cotton: Viktor Bout Should Not Have Been Released
"Joe Biden just released a man under the world who is responsible for the death of thousands Thousands He is the greatest in this sense I mean most horrendous arms dealer that's ever existed He is armed terrorists militia groups civil wars particularly in Africa where there's a lot of African individuals a lot of black people who have been slaughtered as a result of what he's done And he wants to be celebrated today And I'm reading The Huffington Post and I'm watching and CNN's going on about how important this is because the American who's been returned is LGBTQ and a black person What the hell does that have to do with anything Well Mark it doesn't have anything to do with anything And I think you're right to stress just what a monster Victor boot the merchant of death yes You're right he's responsible for deaths of thousands He's responsible for much more than that Amputations torture rape child soldiers across the continent of Africa as well as Latin America and Asia too And there's a reason why Vladimir Putin has wanted him released for the last ten years Remember Victor boots only 55 years old This is not a decrepit old man who is dying in prison This is someone that is going to be right back in the heart of the Kremlin working with Vladimir Putin and other mercenary leaders and his war in Ukraine and is consistent undermining of American interest around the world So irrespective of who we received in return for Victor boot we should not have released him because he is going to havoc against the United States and to get some Americans and it creates incredibly dangerous precedent for the future If Joe Biden will release the merchant of death if you detain an American and imprison them who won't he release
"55 year old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"95th street. The suspect is described as a male dressed in a hoodie, sweatpants, and a baseball cap, all in black, mayor Eric Adams says his administration is working hard to combat gun violence, but the city needs help. We're going to find this person to guilty of this horrific crime. We're going to find him and bring him to justice. We just need to justice system to make sure this innocent person received that justice that we're asking for. Mayor Adams says the victim was shot by the suspect in the head at point blank range. Today is the last day the U.S. Supreme Court issues opinions. The court will decide how much authority the EPA has to regulate emissions from power plants, another opinion will impact immigration. Also today, justice Stephen Breyer retires and will formally pass the torch to catan G Brown Jackson, becoming the first black woman on the high court. New Jersey lawmakers have passed a record $50.6 billion budget, sending it to governor Phil Murphy's desk. The budget is 9% bigger than last year's and comes after better than expected tax returns and bigger state coffers. The death toll from the deadliest smuggling case in U.S. history rose to 53. The victims were found Monday in the back of a sweltering truck in San Antonio, four men face charges. R&B star R. Kelly was sentenced to 30 years in prison. The 55 year old singer was convicted of racketeering and sex trafficking last year. Lizette Martinez and R. Kelly accuser and author of the book Jane Doe number 9 described how she finally got away. I looked in the mirror and I didn't recognize myself and I didn't like myself anymore. And I knew that if I didn't get out, either he was going to kill me or I was going to kill myself. Like you got that dark. Liz Martinez spoke to ABC. Israel's parliament voted today to dissolve itself and send the country to the polls in November for the 5th time in less than four years. Jar lapid, Israel's foreign minister will become the country's
"55 year old" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Scott Carr And I'm susannah Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom Police identified a 32 year old bayside resident as the person responsible for unprovoked subway slashing attacks Friday and Saturday Donnie ubiad has been arrested at least 19 times since 2011 including three arrests earlier this year Police say a 55 year old man is in stable condition after he was stabbed in the next Saturday morning while waiting for a train at Roosevelt avenue Another victim was lashed Friday morning on a southbound 7 train at queensboro Plaza that person also in stable condition Marchers crossed the Brooklyn Bridge yesterday to protest gun violence in America and in the city especially in the aftermath of the mass shootings in Buffalo and Texas The event was organized by March for our lives which is a student led movement focused on gun violence prevention The group marched from Camden Plaza in Brooklyn onto the Brooklyn Bridge to zuccotti park in Lower Manhattan A New York based philanthropy is apologizing for its role in the infamous tuskegee syphilis study We get more about that from Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Susanna the Manhattan based millbank memorial fund covered funeral expenses starting in the 1930s for hundreds of black men who were allowed to die of the untreated disease This wasn't an act of charity though The payments enabled researchers to obtain autopsies of the people who had been told only that they suffered from bad blood And the fund's president Christopher F Kohler says there's no easy way to explain or justify its role in the deceit The fund apologized yesterday during a ceremony in tuskegee Bloomberg's Denise Pellegrini Canada is poised to become the first country in the world to require that a warning be printed on every cigarette The government there anticipates the changes to occur in late 2023 Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries I'm Susanna Palmer this is Bloomberg.
"55 year old" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"F. I am 6 40. You have Dr Wendy Walsh with you. I love these three. Our show's producer, Kayla, we get to really get into it. All the information is given in these three hours have stuff for people in relationships. We have stuff for people in therapy. We get colors. We had social media questions. And now can we talk about your dating profile? I'm sorry. I spent a lot of time swiping, you know, because these companies often ask me to you know, they sponsor me sometimes. So if you go on my social media, and you will see my recommendations sometimes, um, so I go onto these apps and they give me what they call it like, I don't know, White list my email. So I make like fake profiles, and I'm able to see what's really going on. And, um You guys are making some mistakes, some real mistakes and I want to make it really clear. Um, let us start with the gentleman. You guys are so visually wired. However, you forget that we are visual, too, in a way, and we want your pictures to be good. So I don't care. If you need to do this bathroom, selfie more than anything in the world. Do not have that toilet behind you. You see women, and there's research to support this have a lower threshold for the feeling of disgust Because and our anthropological past we had to keep germs away from babies so the babies wouldn't die. And as a result, we get disgusted very, very easily. Silly thing. I was shopping with my friend. Today She was helping her daughter stock an apartment because she moved out here to go to college, and we went to target and we bought a bunch of food as well as the towels and pillows and things you need for apartments, and one of the things she bought her was a toilet bowl cleaner. Now it's from target. It is clean. It is new. It is in plastic. Was loading the carts afterwards. I couldn't put it anywhere near the food, right? I'm not gonna even put it in the basket with the food. It's clean, new right at the factory, But my brain is like you don't put a toilet cleaner near food. That's why you don't put a delicious looking gentlemen near a toilet. Okay. So think about that in your pictures because some part of her brain is going gross right now. Also speaking of those bathroom, self east, gentlemen, you know, we're swiping men of all ages. All physiques and you are you may be the fittest. 45 50 55 year old. You may think you have six Pack eight pack, can you do you work hard on this? Please. No shirts off If you're over 40, really, we know don't you think? Kayla, come on. Wait, No, because if it's like a Jason Momoa type guy, and he doesn't have a shirt on, I'm not mad at that. I'm not mad at a fit guy with no shirt on. Remember, we swipe and right beside is a 28 year old who looks a lot different. There's a 28 year old. Have a shirt on No. You see you get the instant comparison. They forget they're not being compared to other 50 year olds on the APP is that women are looking at the full age group. So by comparison, It's like Mm. Right. Yeah. See what you did there. You keep the shirt on. Keep it on, ladies you to bikinis in your fifties. Come on. Now, I you may have a rock and hot body. You are competing with Instagram models. And it's the comparison things side by side during the swipes that are problematic. Alright, um and on that note, ladies unless, and it's perfectly OK for you to be looking for a hookup or short term relationship. But you can't tell me that you can't find a boyfriend or a guy who won't commit if most of your shots in your profile our body shots Because what that said, even if it's like a tight sausage dressing, one with a low cleavage and in a bathing suit, another than short shorts and another, It's like Stop. He thinks you are there for sex only. Even though you think Well, I have to compete with all these other girls. No, you don't. Not in that way. On that note. Also, he's up on the filters. Ladies, nothing makes men are more angry than to show up for that coffee date that first coffee date. And you suddenly don't have to be beauty filter on Have a suggestion for you. What about if when he comes out on the date, he says, Whoa. You are so much hotter than your pictures, and he immediately is energized by you. When I had a dating profile. I put a lot of very regular normal pictures and 100% of the time. When I would meet for the coffee date. They would say, Wow, you look way better in person. Isn't that a great way to start a coffee date? Yeah, Yeah, yeah, It's sort of under, uh, promise and then have them be blown away. Here's the thing about the colour red gentlemen. Seriously. There's actually data to show that if you wear red shirt, you get more swipe rights. Just a red shirt as your main profile picture. So if you happen to be an Angels fan, where that red shirt I went to a Yankee game that Yankee Angels fan Well, I think the Angels game I think they were like played a few nights. But I went Monday night because my boyfriend's like a hardcore Yankee fans, so I had the Yankee had first of all, how many people fit in Angel Stadium? Can we just pause and say, I think my boyfriend and I were the only two people wearing masks. And it was so packed and be more screaming and yelling and putting aerosols right out of the air. And it was hot and the air wasn't really moving. Guys, Please think about this. Anyway. I noticed more Yankee shirts than Angels shirts, but the Angels shirts are red. So where one of those if you want to Um Need. I say this, but I do need to say this smile. Do you seriously if every single picture and you put four headshots? Are you trying to look tough guy or doom and gloom or ladies? If you're trying to just do the duck face pout..
"55 year old" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Loretta Ellsworth. Welcome back to Heroes Talk Radio, The Freedom Financial Network of strategic wealth coaches that Are peppered throughout the country. We're here to share with you. The triple ground solution for risk reinvest team guaranteed growth and tax redistribution. From your nation's capital, where David and Lloret Erin all right, We're dedicating this program to Lloret and Dave's life. Did I say it properly Lloret and Dave's life life lessons? So if you're 55 year old or tune in listen, because these are life lessons, really dressed and pointed at those people that are entering into that stage of their life, where they're approaching retirement, or they're in retirement. Because between that stage, let's say 55, or 60 and death. It's time to use up the money that you say and use it and enjoy. You know, legacy if he, you know, I mean, it's nice that he has some leftover but don't hold back, right? My dad made that mistake when we tell them all the time. Dad, we don't need your money. I mean, we want you to spend it, but he's you know, he's just ingrained in that, and he won't Won't listen to us, So that's okay. I guess we'll pay taxes on his inheritance someday, but you know, it's a bad time at that time for risky investments. You've got to make sure that you're preserving and protecting what you have. And there's ways to do that when you get your cake and eat it, too. And you know if you listen to us before we talk about that ally a lot with the raft strategy and the personal pension plans and such We want to keep a healthy life. We want to make sure that we, you know, do what we need to do to be healthy to eat well, to get our sleep to do exercise and so forth and so on on the daily basis, and we always lloret and I know you know, this is so important, and I've been thinking a lot about this a lot lately as we all want. You always want to buy the best the most beautiful items for our significant other. Right. So there you go to that. Give me any points. That means I gotta figure out something by, you know, that's right. Oh, hey, I was part of that. Yeah, So there you go, So and here's, you know, And so we're going to continue along this spot process here today. Another life lesson. Don't stress over the little things. What was that book? They used to come that you gave me years and years ago. What was it remember? Okay. Uh, yeah, It's all small stuff. Don't sweat the small stuff. It's all small stuff. Yeah. You know, you've over already overcoming this guy for like, I know this guy for, like, a month, And so you thought I was sweating the small stuff. I was dressed out, so I had it in this book is a little book. Most everybody knows about it. Probably. I don't know. I didn't know about it, but, Yeah, I did read it, But so you can't stress over little things. You've already come so much in your life. All right. You have good memories. Yeah. Bad memories. But the the only important thing is the present dull at the past. Drag you down. Don't let it you know, affect your future Frighten you feel good in the now small issues concerned, be forgotten. Well, that is so true. And it's interesting because people have different perspectives when it comes to what they really want to do in life. So sometimes people look at Oh, man, I've got some extra time I'm gonna go out and have an adventure. I'm going to go skydiving or bungee jumping or I'm going to go for how alligators or whatever it is. So So, those are those adventure type. Hadn't thought of that. Yeah, you have. Then you have actually that some consideration, I guess, right? I did have. I did hunt for our leg. Wanna wanna? Yeah. We had a little baby iguana that was on our sea walls. No, they slam like that. Yeah. Wow, that's come so fast. Unbelievable. Yeah. So in the second type of person is somebody who You know they're really keyed in on their relationships and their family. And this is all about just spending time with family. And that might mean traveling somewhere, you know, getting tickets to the you know, Disney world or whatever. And then there's other type of people that just want to have fun. They want to go on the You know the carnival cruise ship or whatever. They just want to be in a place where they can always have fun. And then there's The last type of person, which is the more of a peace oriented type of person that they want to have comfort, you know, and it kind of like when you think of comfort. It's like, okay, I'm gonna sit down. I'm gonna eat like the background and cheese that we as a comfort food that we mentioned a little bit or maybe just different, comfortable things that are going to surround them that are peaceful and they they don't have to feel stressed out about anything and So I thought it was kind of fun. When we're reading the article about the macaroni and cheese flavored ice cream. It's It's that's just wrong. Well, I don't know I scream is already perfect, apparently apparently. Combining the two comfort foods, the ice cream and and macaroni and cheese, and they've done a good job at it. It's this Brooklyn based family and ice cream company teamed up with Kraft cheese, and apparently they made a masterpiece. So I'm excited to try it. All right. Okay. I'm excited about a lot of things. And of course, one is that we continue to help people all over the United States with our Triple Crown solution. If you've listened to us before, you know, we talk about the rest of the retirement approach free of tax. It's average. Over 7% attacks for a year. You can find it over a short period of time a long period of time. It's liquid. It's safe. We can't lose your money in the grass strategy, and it gives you a tax free way to return. It's the best kept secret that the IRS just doesn't promote. This is not a Roth IRA. This is much more flexible than a Roth IRA. You can take money out any time. 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"55 year old" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"Or sanction them. Peace agreement signed in 2020 by the Trump administration and the insurgents explicitly says the Taliban is not recognized by the U. S as a state, But the deal was based on the premise that the group would eventually join the Afghan government, not overthrow it. Steve Rapoport, Fox News Locally based group DFW. Afghan Unity says refugees from Afghanistan have already arrived in North Texas and more on their way far ahead. Nayef is president of the nonprofit and says members are reaching out to Afghan as soon as they get off the plane. One of the local volunteer went to El Paso because some group already arrived at El Paso there at the air base. And we're going to find out. You know what? What's going on? You know if they want to stay there, and when I come to Dallas, the group plans to help with medical needs and schooling for refugees and their Children. A Texas House committee on Monday advanced the controversial GOP backed election reform bill after Democrats broke Corum over it. For months. Leaders of the House Select Committee on Constitutional Rights and Remedies read the intent of the voting bill. The application of this code and the content of elections, be uniform and consistent throughout the state to reduce the light. Hood of fraud in the conduct of elections. The committee heard testimony from advocates who said the bill enhances election integrity and from critics who believe it discriminates against communities of color and people with disabilities. The committee meeting came after the House achieved Quarrymen late last week. Clayton Neville W. B. A P News and as a high school student and his father were killed over the weekend when they're small plane crashed in north taxes, FAA officials say the single engine Eric Kana Seven A C crashed just before nine A.m. Saturday near a cell. The Tarrant County Medical Examiner's office identified the victims as 18 year old Jack Schwan's and 55 year old Charles Schwantz, who was piloting the plane. An investigation into the crash continues from the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say you're next update is at 6 24.
Carlie Brucia's Killer, Joseph Smith, Dies in Florida Prison
"Of killing an 11 year old girl in Sarasota in 2004, has died at a Florida prison. The 55 year old Smith was on death row for the 2004 murder of Carlie Brucia. No cause of death was released. Green Cove Springs born Olympian
"55 year old" Discussed on WJR 760
"It's five o'clock somewhere to Yeah. Uh, yeah. Hey, I've got a number of concerns. Um, number one. I don't believe that there is any effectiveness to it. And part of the reason is that, uh, the numbers just don't add up as far as where the ratio of people you're having getting the shots versus the Potential of winning probably the majority of the people that signed up Were people that already had shots when you look at the million minutes signed up. But secondly, I think there was a lot of Paul Sabra ties Ng When they promoted that they were giving $50,000 a day away. Because on for the only persons that are eligible for that $50,000 a day are those that get the shots that day. There wasn't the way it was presented when people you know when it first came out. So I think that there's there's a lot of negativism. And once you start with false advertising that way people get discouraged and they're not going to hear the snow anxiousness to sign up for it. Yeah, and and I don't know if false advertising is the best term. It certainly was incomplete information. I remember that. They said that at the time because I listen to the full news conference, But you know what? That's not. You're right. That message did not get through in terms of those daily prizes. Um And so I I don't think there was an intent to mislead there. But just like everything about this rollout. It just seems sort of haphazard, and I don't want to throw any shade on the the folks admire or the other sponsors the folks of the Chamber small business administration. I think all of them are of the mind that, Hey, this is worth trying, because what's worked? What? What's what's going on now isn't working. We need to have those numbers higher. Um, but it is interesting that it hasn't even apparently move the needle a little bit. Deal. Thanks for the call. We appreciate it. 1 808 5909571 808 59. Zero wjr and how unfair to those that got, you know that took a risk by getting an untried vaccine before December. 1st, Um, you know, I can understand they needed to cut the line somewhere. But, boy, those people are heroes in my book for taking in his yet unapproved. Vaccine. They should be included, especially those that were in the trial. I'm willing to give them the peace prize of the Nobel Prize for medicine because they rolled up their sleeves when things weren't so sure. We've got another interesting development and get back to your calls in just a few minutes, But, uh, in just the past 48 hours, we've had two more freeway shootings. And these are a little bit different than the ones we saw before we turn to senior news analyst Lloyd Jackson with more on that high, Lloyd, Are you doing a guy? Yeah, As you said, uh, seems like they're moving into the suburbs. Michigan State police investigating a shooting involving a semi truck on I 75 that happened this morning. Now troopers were called out about 1 45 this morning. The South bound 75 index Toledo Highway for report of shots fired, according to a preliminary investigation call came in from a semi truck driver who told dispatchers he was involved in a road rage incident. They also said someone and a passenger vehicle shot at his trailer striking at multiple times. He said he didn't recognize the make of the model of the vehicle. And state police said troopers shut the freeway to search evidence at reopened it about two hours later. Now, state police say driver was arrested in a road rage shooting yesterday in Macomb County. Preliminary investigation finding the two car sideswiped each other on 94 the service drive at nine mile and then they entered the freeway. MSP said. It's reported that somewhere between 6 96 a little man, the suspect driver fired at the other car didn't hit the person or the vehicle. The victim exited. To report the incident and gave troops and description of the suspect. Meanwhile, the driver returned to ST Clair shorts to report a hit and run. That's when both he and his passenger were taken into custody. Troopers closed part of 94 between 11 and 12. For shell casings. And those are the two that just happened and then today in court The 27 year old Terrell Josie was charged today with account of open murder, one kind of position of felony firearm and one kind of carrying a concealed weapon and the alleged road rage shooting that killed 55 year old Detroit Fire Department Lieutenant Frank Dombrowski. So it's It's just, you know, these people, man to get out here and they road rage and then just wanna shoot guns. You know, God, just never thought it would get to this point. I just never did. You know, Lloyd, I I always say, Is this another shark.
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"55 year old Graydon Young of Englewood, Florida, was the first to plead guilty in the oath keepers conspiracy case. Mike Gracia, Washington. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News The brutal heat wave that's gripping the Pacific Northwest is being blamed for dozens of deaths. The state of Oregon has been hard hit. Health officials there are estimating more than 60 people have died due to the unprecedented heat. Authorities in Washington state, say more than a half dozen deaths there have been linked to the heat. And many more are suspected. One more than 60 deaths were reported in Vancouver, British Columbia. Rolling blackouts are back in effect for Spokane to help meet the demand for air conditioning with temperatures over 100 degrees. Meteorologists say that this heat wave is caused by a dome of high pressure over the Northwest made worse, they say by human caused climate change. I'm Jacki Quinn. This is a P news. I'm Rita Foley. The Trump organization calls it a scorched earth attempt to harm the former president. It's talking about a two year investigation by New York prosecutors into business practices at Donald Trump's company. Early this morning, Chief Financial Officer Alan Weiss Alberg surrendered to authorities in Manhattan walking into the courthouse with his lawyer. Here's the Apes Jackie Quinn with what we know. Donald Trump's company in his longtime finance chief, have been indicted following a two year investigation by prosecutors in New York City. The indictments were expected. There was a meeting last week between prosecutors and Trump Organization lawyers. But now, insiders say the company's chief financial.
Unprecedented Heat Wave in Pacific Northwest Breaks New Records
"In the Pacific Northwest broke another record yesterday as temperatures sort of well into the triple digits. The heat wave is engulfing the country coast to coast in Palm Springs, California 119 degree heat is being blamed for the death of a 55 year old man in New York City. The National Weather Service is warning of dangerous humidity.
"55 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"A Tampa and W x t b h D to Clearwater. New information about the gunman who killed two people at the public's and Royal Palm Beach Thursday. Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw says it appears 55 year old Timothy Wall did not know the toddler and grandmother that he shot to death and that he had been making posts about killing people on Facebook. But real sad part of this other than the fact that two people are dead is that there was a chance this could be stopped. You know why? The reason is he's on Facebook. He has said. I want to kill people and Children, Bradshaw says walls ex wife said he had been acting strangely and saying he was being followed. Five years ago Tonight, 49 people lost their lives at the hands of a gunman at the Pulse nightclub in Orlando, Christine Linen and lost her son in the massacre. But once a simpler memorial we've Seen it in Las Vegas. They have a beautiful memorial free, where it doesn't cost anybody any money to visit it. Leiningen thinks the current plans amount to exploiting the massacre for profit. The Senate is supporting legislation to make the pulse side a national memorial governor Dissent has signed a bill Let's supposed to reform property insurance. It means bigger rate increases for citizens, customers and cutbacks on a roof damage claims. The idea is to encourage insurance companies to stay in the market. And shut business away from the state run citizens firm, an outlet Mullin, ST Augustine could be going away, Officials say. The property owner of Saint Augustine outlets wants to turn the space into mixed use, which could include a hotel and a theater subject to approval by the Saint Johns County Commission. A transgender woman is accused of drugging and robbing multiple men in Miami and Miami Beach. Police identified the suspect as John Collins. And say victims lost their expensive jewelry surveillance video appears to show Collins pulling up at a parking garage and placing one victim on the ground, then taking off in a car. With Florida's news. I'm Gordon Bird. If you're on the road and listening to this,.
"55 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"For the Chinese government to allow an independent investigation of how the pandemic began. State Department says Secretary of State Antony Blinken spoke this morning with China's top diplomat. Young, shaky. And that Blinken pushed a transparent study in China into covid origins, Chinese state media says. Yang responded that the theory the virus leaked from a lab is absurd. The group of seven or G seven nations is planning to request the World Health Organization lead a new investigation. That's according to Bloomberg. Next week, Leaders from the United States and European Union meet for a summit in Brussels. Reuters reports. The group will likely request to transparent W. H O study free from interference boxes Rich Edson at the State Department opening the G seven earlier today, genuinely Wonderful to see everybody in person. I can't tell you what a difference it makes. And British Prime Minister Boris Johnson used President Biden's catchphrase build back better as he urged the wealthy democracies not to let the pandemic leave a lasting scar with entrenched in equities. Attorney General Merrick Garland plans to scrutinize new voting laws and over a dozen states within the next 30 days, we will double the divisions enforcement staff. Protecting the right to vote. Republican led states, including Georgia and Texas say they're changes are aimed at securing elections, not restricting voting rights, court records show. The gunman who killed a woman and her one year old grandson in a Florida supermarket yesterday had declared bankruptcy earlier this year, 55 year old Timothy Wall had over $200,000 and debts. Most of it on the houses ex wife now owns while killed himself after killing the Grand Mother and child sheriff's officials have not found any connection between wall and the victims. America is listening to Fox News Mhm from the mosque. Nissan Traffic Center. Authorities still investigating a crash at as westbound Bush Boulevard shut down between 2 75 in Florida Avenue. The exit ramp from South found 2 75 at Busch Boulevard also closed here. We're seeing topical traffic coming off the Howard Franklin Bridge into Tampa all the way into downtown. If you're heading out on 2 75 in Penelas heavy traffic approaching Ninth Avenue north. Still, some delays North and South Bend on I 75 between I four and state road 60 Page correra NewsRadio w F.
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"6 10. W I o D showers passing through central Broward County right now could be seeing some Sprinkles and Cooper City Southwest ranches Myanmar as well. Scattered showers expected throughout the day. Otherwise a mix of sun and clouds 87 right now on Pine Crest 88 in Cooper City at 10 01. C D. C, changing its mask policy again this time, saying travelers don't need to mask up in outdoor transit hubs or in outdoor spaces on ferries, buses and trolleys. That's because the risk is low of coronavirus spreading CBC already saying last month, those vaccinated could ditch masks outside and in most indoor space spaces. But the federal mandate for all forms of transportation remains in effect through September 13th, a highly transmissible form of covid 19 that was first detected in India on the rise here in the United States. Baylor Infectious disease expert Dr Peter Hotez says the delta variant is spreading more quickly than anything they've seen before. So the concern is this one may really accelerate to those son vaccinated groups. Centers for Disease control, saying that variant may be responsible for more than 18% of cases in some Western states. But Dr Hotez says current vaccines are effective against it as the president's goal to have 70% of Americans with at least one dose of Covid 19 vaccine is about three weeks away. There's a new push to address vaccine hesitancy. The South Florida Urban Cycling advocacy group. Break the cycle. An indelible solutions will host their first ride for a cause Sunday morning to encourage people of color to roll up their sleeves in Miami Dade less than 100,000. People who identify as black have been vaccinated in Broward. It's about 130,000 statewide that figures about 750,000. We are not there in minority communities across the state, Florida Health Department's doctor should Mariel Roberson suggested last month at in order to get herd immunity. They need to bring shot. That's into more communities. Erica Rodriguez news radio 6 10, W I, O D. The gunman who fatally shot a woman and her young grandson before turning the gun on himself has been identified by Palm Beach County Sheriff's As 55 year old Timothy Wall. This witness was inside the public's in Royal Palm Beach. When those shots rang out. Everyone started coming.
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"In the near future, Justice Stephen Brier, who had 82 is the court's oldest member, has been mum about any retirement plans. I'm Julie Walker. Today, the Supreme Court will take up a case about student expression. The student involved Sudha Pennsylvania School district after she was suspended permanently from the junior varsity cheerleading team for using the F word on social media to express frustration over not making the varsity team. Federal appeals court ruled that because her message was posted off campus, she was beyond the reach of school authorities and for that reason could not be punished. But the school system says with smartphones, social media and the need for remote learning alliance between what's on and off campus have been blurred. Homeless advocates say the two important voices in D C have been silenced it a deadly crash over the past weekend. 55 year old Rhonda Whitaker in 60 year old walled in Adam's were friends who both worked on behalf of DCs homeless. Both had lived that life at one time Saturday, The two friends were killed. Hit by a pickup truck in Hains Point while out on a walk, Jeremy shows you hold with the nonprofit Friendship Place, New Adams. Well, somebody you liked immediately you have there. It's kindness you could tell he was compassionate. After achieving sobriety and living independently. Adams served on the board at Friendship Place and worked at Pathways to Housing D C. He's just somebody who just gave you the old ones. He picked a cause. Kate Ryan w T o P News. Coming up on w t. O P. Some residents in the area could be paying Maurin property taxes, even though they're real estate taxes were reduced its 9 44 u S. A. A life insurance was made for busy families who have big plans. But very little time. Who's to do list ever stops growing like most of us? They think I should probably sit down and look in the life insurance one of these days, but ironically Life gets in the way their conference calls bills to pay kids to entertain. And, hey, the grass is gonna mow itself and on and on. The good news is getting a quote from you say Life insurance company is fast, so it's a decision that doesn't take a lot of time or peace and quiet to make..
"55 year old" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"People jumped from Windows on the upper floors to escape. Fire department also tells us that they had to use ladder trucks. Save others who were trapped. At least eight people have been transported to the hospital be treated for injuries, man said after a motorcycle crash in Wilmington. Police had that accident happened statement. 3 80 truck driver swerved to avoid hitting a vehicle has stopped in front of him and ran into the motorcycle coming the opposite way. 55 year old Terry Skype Scott was on the bicycle that was struck and killed. Police continue to investigate the crash, say alcohol and or drugs are suspected of playing a part now the motorcycle rider in critical condition injured in a Boone County crash yesterday, 41 year old David Byrd was struck by a car and ran from Kentucky to 12 the eastbound to 75. How's it going to impact? The tri state, Capitol County's health commissioner will talk about changes the president's made mass mandates for vaccinated people. Today we'll have the county's weekly briefing covered for you also coming right up at 906. Infectious disease, Doctor Carl Victim Bump Have you see Will be Scott Sloane's guests not gonna know for 15 slump. Joey Votto played hero for the Reds last night, two run double put the team ahead and seventh inning last night in Los Angeles. Mono says he came to the plate. All he was thinking was he has to get a hit. I was enough on prayer mode, So I'm glad I'm glad I I put a good bear on a ball and we got the win. We got the win. Guys were at best line tonight. Let's go for the sweep of the Dodgers this afternoon air time Here is 3 10. Our next updated 9 30 on Brian Copes news radio 700 wlw High break time. I.
Woman Carjacked By Three Men In Chicago's South Loop
"Police say the 55 year old woman was on South Clark Street over by the South Loop target at about eight o'clock when she was approached from behind by three men who snatched her keys from her hands. The woman tried to fight back, but police say she was pushed to the ground as one man drove off in her black Audi Q five. The other two fled in the white Kia soul. They arrived in James Series WGN news and an endangered animal is getting more
Woman, 55, carjacked outside South Loop Target in Chicago
"Approached when behind by three men who took her keys. 55 year old tried to fight back, but police say was pushed to the ground as one man drove off in her black out AQ five. Chicago Mayor Lightfoot is appealing for calm ahead of the release of a body camera video showing the fatal
Ninth woman steps forward to accuse New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
"Behavior that ninth woman sharing photo evidence claiming he forcibly kissed her cheeks in 2017, the woman 55 year old Cherry Ville, holding a virtual press conference, saying Cuomo at the time was acting in a quote, highly flirtatious and inappropriate manner. Boxes. Brooks thing that Americans listening to Fox
First North Korea national ever extradited to U.S., Mun Chol Myong faces money laundering charges
"Extradited a North Korean spy to the U. S, which could increase tensions with the North 55 year old man was caught in a third country and detained He's been there since May of 2019. Oh, my Post two years. He appeared in federal court in the district on Monday. Facing federal charges of money laundering to benefit the North Korean government, Munch told Myung is alleged to have defrauded US banks and violated both US and United Nations. Sanctions is a part of money laundering schemes that brought in more than $1.5 million. North Korea has not responded to this arrest. But given the nature of it, it's not expected to take this news. Well, JJ Green w T O P
First North Korea national ever extradited to U.S., Mun Chol Myong faces money laundering charges
"Developing story coming up at the top of the hour. For the first time in history, the U. S. Has arrested and extradited and North Korean spied the U. S. It could increase tensions with that country. 55 year old man was caught in a third country and detained he's been there since May of 2019 almost two years. He appeared in federal court in the district on Monday. Facing federal charges of money laundering to benefit the North Korean government, Munch hold Young is alleged to have defrauded US banks and violated both US and United Nations sanctions is apart. Of money laundering schemes that brought in more than $1.5 million. North Korea has not responded to this arrest. But given the nature of it,
Senate confirms Boston Mayor Marty Walsh to be labor secretary
"Nominee to be labor secretary, has been confirmed by the Senate. Marty Walsh is a two term mayor of Boston. He's the first former union leader to run the department and more than 40 years. Walsh pledges to protect unions and supports raising the federal minimum wage to $15 an hour. Replacing Walsh in Boston is Kim Janie. She resigned last night as president of the Boston City Council. Janey will be formally sworn in as the city's acting mayor tomorrow. She's 55 years old. Cheney is the first woman to serve as the city's mayor and the first African American to hold the job.
Tacoma Police: 2 injured in Seattle suburb shooting
"Shooting. It happened Sunday morning in South Tacoma in the 4400 block of South 49th Street officer Wendy had a with Tacoma PD's as a 43 year old woman was shot in her home and then ran for help. Of color, said their female neighbor had arrived there. Doorstep. Suffering a gun shot wound, saying her husband and shocker believes in medics found 55 year old man was shot inside the home. He has life threatening injuries. His wife has serious injuries. Let's check your
Jackson Health System in Miami expands COVID-19 vaccines to patients 55+ with specific medical conditions
"Will begin offering covert 19 vaccines next week to Floridians 55 years old and over with specific medical conditions. CEO Carlos Montoya says those medical conditions include heart failure, COPD and some forms of cancer. In order to receive the vaccine. These individuals will have to bring a signed note from their physician stating which of these 13 conditions apply. The Florida Department of
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"In Arizona Beginning today, the Valley of the Sun y M. C. A is partnering with uber to provide free rides to cope in 19 vaccine appointments for seniors. Marianne McCann is among the first to benefit She reached out to the Y M C. A After she tried to other transportation services. They couldn't help. Maybe because neither one of those companies will drive through and had to be a drive through. And so I had no way to turn if you need a ride to your coven 19 Vaccine appointment. Contact your local Y M. C A and you can set that up coronavirus hospitalizations and the daily cases continue to trend down for the past month following the holiday Spike Katya years. Taylor Kenna Rapp joins us live from the newsroom with the latest numbers. Team patients. The state is testing at a 9% positivity rate. This is the lowest point since October, and this comes as the state Health Department reports 1132 new coronavirus cases and three new deaths today Live the new center Taylor Kepner Up key to Arnie's A 19 year old woman arrested for allegedly leaving the scene of a serious hit and run your 98 Street and Broadway Yesterday, the Maricopa County Sheriff's Office says Hailey Madison Dean had a 55 year old man trying to cross the intersection on Bicycle surveillance video shows the team failed to stop and then fled, hitting the 55 year old man. The car was later found near the area. Dean was arrested. A bill working its way through the Arizona Legislature would require care givers inside assisted living facilities to perform lifesaving measures before emergency medical services arrival. Caregivers have to be CPR trained, so this bill actually will create an obligation for them to use the training. There's the gap in the wall. Steve Wagner is one of the Many frustrated firefighters in Arizona supporting state Senator Nancy Bartos bill. Many assisted living facilities.
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"Stay at least 200 ft behind a snow plow truck on the turnpike and don't try to pass the truck. It says three plows have been hit from behind in the last 24 hours on the turnpike system. Frightening situation and Altice Police are looking for a resident who walked away from the English village nursing home in Altice Saturday night, wearing only a housecoat, blue jeans and black shoes. Police are trying to locate 55 year old Helena do Boy. She's a white female about 5 ft to about £110 with brown hair and hazel eyes and anyone with information is asked to immediately. Call police a Marlowe woman was arrested Friday after Stevens County deputies got a tip and went to her property and discovered another woman's body in an outbuilding. Deputies also found a puppy mill on 49 year old Karen Pritchard's property with more than 200 dogs and puppies being kept in deplorable conditions. According to Sheriff Wayne McKinney. He believes the woman who was killed 31 year old Ashley Anderson, was living on the property to help with the animals. He believes there was some kind of argument and Anderson was killed. Richard was taken to jail. The Humane Society now is taking care of the dogs and puppies. And once again our top story. We are now having rolling blackouts in Oklahoma because of the surge in demand for electricity and natural gas use. Because of the extreme cold temperatures. These blackouts could last 1 to 2 hours or longer from the Alan Samuels. Volkswagen weather Studio..
Doctor who treated Navalny after poisoning dies
"At a Russian hospital who first treated a Putin critic after his poisoning last year is dead. Statement from the hospital in the homes because, says the 55 year old doctor died without mentioning a cause of death, CNN reports, a health ministry spokesperson said spokesperson says the physician died of a heart attack but provided no further information. The doctor was in charge of treating vocal opposition leader Alexei Navalny after he was poisoned last year were just in
"55 year old" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Of 55 year Old woman named Michelle Maxwell was out walking her dog in Brockton when the mother of two was hit by an SUV that did not hit its brakes and kept on going. And Admiral Ice hockey player has undergone extensive spinal surgery. A. J. Quetta, a student at Bishop Fee in high school, crashed into the boards headfirst during a game last week. Family members say quite has stabilized after surgery and has begun the long road to recovery. In sports. The Celtics tip off against the Sacramento Kings tonight. Yesterday they beat the Warriors in San Francisco. The Bruins will be off the ice. For now. Two games against the sabers were postponed as Buffalo deals with covert 19 concerns. Here's a B C six meteorologist Chelsea Priest Mostly cloudy outside this afternoon. Some scattered flurries still possible, with temperatures topping out in the mid thirties, much less wind in the past few days, but still light breeze makes us feel a bit cooler tonight will slowly start to clear out and by tomorrow morning, we'll wake up in the mid to upper twenties. Tomorrow. We're looking at a little bit more sunshine expect partly sunny conditions into the afternoon with highs into the upper thirties. From the ABC six Weather Center. I'm meteorologist Chelsea Priest on New Bedford's news Talk station. 14 20 WBS M. I'm Marissa Reyes for WBS, Um news. Stay up to date with New Bedford's news Talk station 14 20 WBS M and get breaking news alerts with the W B s a map. Strap yourself in. It's time for the Howie Carr. Show time. It takes me to get somewhere. I can't sail across the ocean. I have to fly to meet with people and get things done. But what I'm doing almost full time..
Small Plane Crash Lands In Leicester Field, 4 Onboard
"Another date on a small plane crash in Leicester this evening. Four people Went down in a plane in a field. I just got off the phone with the state Police representative. We now know. Three of those four people were hospitalized with what seemed like serious injuries. A 63 year old man. 30 year old woman and a 55 year old man. No information was available on the fourth passenger Theo FAA is investigating the crash. They responded to the scene this evening, along with the state police and a number of local Police departments.
Florida Rabbi Accused Of Taking Part In Siege On U.S. Capitol
"People from Florida accused of helping storm the U. S capitol. January 6th include a Tampa Bay area Rabbi Michael Step, a Cough leads Temple New Jerusalem in Palm Harbor. Video appears to show the 55 year old inside the capital alongside other Protesters step a cop's attorney admits to news Channel eight in Tampa, His client did go into the building to be nothing more than a spectator and ended up going into the capital as it was opened Step. A coffee is charged with trespassing and disorderly conduct on Capitol grounds. But Florida's
Florida rabbi arrested, accused of storming US Capitol on Jan. 6
"Is the latest to be charged for the insurrection at the Capitol building. January 6th. Michael Step, a cough leads Temple, New Jerusalem and Palm Harbor. Video surveillance appears to show the 55 year old inside the Capitol building alongside other protesters Step, a coughs attorney tells news Channel eight. He just kind of followed the crowd over to the capital to be nothing more than a spectator and ended up up going going into into the the capital capital as as it it was was opened opened after after a a Knauer. Knauer. So So after after this this incident, incident, step step a a cough cough is is one one of of 17 17 Floridians Floridians facing facing charges charges connected connected to to the the insurrection. insurrection. Calling Calling it it a a