35 Burst results for "57 Year Old"
From Fuzz Brain to Divorce Rage: Theresa Wright Talks Food Addiction Withdrawal Symptoms
"A moment about withdrawal from our foods. I know that when I got abstinent, and I did the drive -through, I did the donuts, I did all of that, and at 57 years old, I weighed 203 pounds. I'm now 70 pounds, yeah. It took me a while to get in here. But I recovered from alcoholism and got sober and then began using food and sugar in a big way. So at 57 years old, I even said the denial was that I still did not think I was that bad to get into a recovery program. Now I know I need to, and the powerlessness is not helplessness. But I did have to withdraw from my foods. I had to withdraw from the volume addiction. I had to withdraw from the sugar, sometimes flour with people. Talk about the withdrawal, the irritability, and the brain fog when people, before they start eating the way you tell them they need to eat, what they can expect. Well, you know, I've done a lot of careful study of my clients, and I'm actually applying to do a research project with Drexel University on the fact that withdrawal exists as a physical response to taking all the drug foods out of your food then. In the beginning, in the first three or four days, people have headaches and diarrhea alternating with constipation, and they have strong cravings, and they're hungry all the time. And along about the end of the first week, people have anxiety and irritability and mood swings, and they feel like they can't live their life this way. And then along about two weeks, I hear from my clients that my whole body aches. Do you think I have fibromyalgia? No, I don't think you have fibromyalgia. I think you're in withdrawal. And they're tired, and they're nauseated, and the food cravings are awful. And later on, they have fuzz brain. They just feel like their brain is foggy, and that's because the body is replacing the brain cells and fixing the brain cells and reconnecting them. And so they can't think quite clearly for a while, and then suddenly, their mind is clear as a bell, and they know what they need to do, and they're off. And then they have the fuzz brain again, and it comes back. And then they know what they need to do, and they move. And then they become furious. I have had people threaten to divorce their spouses on the 19th day of abstinence. There is this rage that comes out of nowhere and beats you up and makes you feel like you can't stand yourself, and you can't stand anyone else. After that, the fatigue, like I'm walking up a hill, need to eat my peanut butter is what my clients say. I'm so tired, and my brain is fuzzy, and I just tell them to go to bed, take a nap, drink extra fluid, wash this stuff out of your body. Somehow food addicts don't drink enough water. You need half your body weight in ounces of water. You've got to wash that stuff out of your body, because if you don't, the kidneys send it to the liver where it's recycled into fat cells. So you have to focus on drinking enough water in that first month. And then people get chest congestion and coughing. They think it's COVID, and it could be at this point in life, but sometimes it's the body replacing lung tissue, and the extra lung stuff is coming up, and they have fatigue.
"57 year old" Discussed on CounterClock
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4 killed in Louisville bank shooting
"Monday's bank shooting in Louisville, Kentucky has now claimed 5 lives. A spokeswoman for university of Louisville hospital says one of the wounded 57 year old Deanna eckert died Monday night at the hospital, police say 25 year old Connor sturgeon, a bank employee, live streamed the attack on Instagram as he opened fire inside old national bank Monday morning, sturgeon was killed by police, at least 9 people were wounded in the attack, including a police officer who
Caregivers: Returning orca Lolita to Northwest is risky
"A plan announced last week to return a killer whale held captive for more than a half century to her home waters in Washington's puget sound as generated joy and concern. I Norman hall. Lolita of 57 year old orca also known as toki has spent more than a half century in captivity at the Miami seaquarium. The plan for her release pleases advocates who want to see the 5000 pound creature in the open ocean, not in an 80 by 35 foot tank, but her potential freedom brings to mind the release of Keiko, the star of the movie free Willy, Howard Garrett of the orca network says Keiko's return wasn't handled properly. They decided that they would turn their backs on him and force him if he wants any company at all to go out and find some whale companions. Keiko much younger than Tolkien died 5 years later. I Norman hall
52 years after capture, orca Lolita may return to Pacific
"An unlikely coalition has a plan to return Lolita, also known as toki and orca that has lived in captivity at Miami seaquarium for more than 50 years to her home waters in the Pacific Northwest. It could take 6 to 9 months or even longer to move the 57 year old 5000 pound orca closer to where it's believed her mother still swims. The aquarium CEO Eduardo albor says his daughter told him Lolita needs to move. I feel so bad. I have to go around with cry. The honor of the Indianapolis Colts, Jim irsay, says this is very close to his heart. I know Lolita wants to get to free waters. I don't care what anyone says, she wants she's lived this long to have this opportunity. Charles vinick with Friends of toki says moving toki Lolita is worth the $20 million price. That's all that matters. I'm Ed Donahue
"57 year old" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Themselves. Despite the cost, the Trump family is doing nothing unusual by accepting Secret service protection at home and while traveling abroad In fact, there is a legitimate reason for extending that protection. If anything were to happen to a family member, it would have a huge psychological impact on the president. However, never in the history of the American presidency, has the commander in chief been an international business mogul? And never has a multi billion dollar global brand been so closely talked to an American president, so there is an ethical concern when the family appears to use public money to fund private interests. When Donald Jr and Eric Trump traveled to make international business deals, flanked by serious looking dudes with ear pieces and lapel pins, it sends the message that the presidency and the Trump Organization are intertwined. The overall cost of secret service protection for the Trump family will likely be millions more than it was for Obama's family over four years. In addition to the science trips, a bride Trump spends almost every weekend in Palm Beach and Melania Trump lives full time in New York, at least for the rest of their son, Barron School Year. Some people think Donald Jr and Eric Trump should pay for their own security detail to lessen the financial burden to US taxpayers and to signal a deeper commitment to separating business from politics. But that's not likely to happen and legally, it doesn't have to be done Next step. Staff editor Christopher Hasiotis and our freelance writer Jessalyn Shields, dig into the psychology behind picky eating and what some doctors are trying to do about it. Many of us know at least one picky eater. The person who only eats French fries, cheese, pizza, chicken nuggets or cereal. And for many of us, this person is also five years old. But it's very possible for adults to be especially picky as well. These highly selective food preferences among adults might have begun in childhood. But while friends went on to learn to enjoy sushi and kale salads, some found it tough to move beyond the basics. Among adult subjects picky eating. Also given the abbreviation P. E. Is a relatively new area of research for psychologists, and at this point, there is no way to say with any certainty where it comes from, or even if it's worth worrying about And many adult picky eaters. They're pickiness is fairly benign. They eat only from a limited range of foods with no physical health or psychosocial problems. But as with all things when a habit starts to negatively affect the quality of life for an individual or those around them. Well, that's when things get trickier. For some picky eaters, both adults and Children alike. Behaviors can include me a phobia or not wanting to try new foods. They can also involve not being able to tolerate different foods, touching on a plate. Being super specific. Only eating French fries from a certain restaurant, for instance. These habits can turn into a diagnosable eating disorder like avoidant restrictive food intake disorder, also known as are fitted. Which is generally accompanied by nutritional deficiency and weight loss or in Children, the inability to gain weight Food can even develop into another eating disorder like anorexia or bulimia. The condition can also emerge from problems with low appetite and low food enjoyment or from fears of negative consequences associated with eating, like choking or having to go to the bathroom. Because the study of picky eating adults is relatively new. It's hard to say how common it is, at what point it becomes a problem, how to diagnose it and how to treat it. If it needs treating at all. But it's gotten to a point where a support group called picky Eating adult support exists for those with different tastes, according to the organization's motto. However picky Eating doesn't usually just sneak up on somebody. One day studies show that most adult picky eaters report experiencing PE in childhood. Take 57 year old real estate broker Marla Lopez, who also goes by the name French fry, Lady. According to her blog, focusing on a lifelong PE condition. She has only ever tasted a handful of foods, most of them the color white. She has never even tasted the vegetable other than a potato, and after cooking, scrambled eggs for her son for 20 years, she finally became inured to the smell of them to the point of being able to try them in 2000 and 12. These days, she will occasionally eat scrambled eggs, but only if they're cooked very, very well done. Lopez is an outspoken adult picky eater. But the condition can be difficult to diagnose because not everybody is vocal about their habits like she is, and there doesn't yet exist. An objective and reliable way to measure pickiness or two parts preference from affliction. So how would someone get diagnosed with PE to begin with? Jordan Ellis, a doctoral student in clinical health psychology at East Carolina University Studies, PE and has co written a study that does propose a way to measure these behaviors. According to Alice. Most past research has relied on simply asking an individual whether or not they consider themselves to be a picky eater. The new measurement tool was developed, called the Adult Picky Eating Questionnaire, or APEC looks at multiple aspects of picky eating behavior, including rigid food preferences. Lack of food variety. Meal, disengagement and avoidance and aversion to bitter and sour tastes, says Alice. We hope to start to understand which of these aspects are most related to problems and which could best be targeted through treatment. Although treatment might not be necessary for all picky eaters on the severe.
"57 year old" Discussed on WTOP
"This about the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, they demonstrated that they were impervious to the court of public opinion, which, frankly, the lower courts were not. Cosby later called into local Philadelphia radio station WDS FM, where he Said the audience needed clarity. They need guidance because this is not just a black thing, according to Cosby, saying, quote this is for all the people who have been imprisoned, wrongly, regardless of race, color, Creed because I met them in their people who talked about what happened and what they did, and I know there are many liars out there. Cosby's former co star on the Cosby Show reacts to the news tonight. Phylicia Rashad, who was recently appointed as dean of Howard University's newly reestablished College of Fine Arts tweeted. Finally a terrible wrong as being righted. A miscarriage of justice is corrected. She later tweeted the following. I fully support survivors of sexual assault coming forward. My post was in no way intended to be insensitive to their truth. Personally, I know from friends and family that such abuse has lifelong residual effects and Felisha was shot writes. My heartfelt wish is for healing and update this evening on the stunning case of a woman shot and killed by sitting on the patio of an Annapolis hotel early Tuesday, she was Mom of a Naval Academy midshipman who was just starting his first year, Annapolis, police say 57 year old Michelle Cummings of Houston was hit by stray bullets and the reward for information in the case has been boosted to $22,000 police chief Ed Jackson says. If you heard or saw anything, please don't sit on that information. Even if you think it's it's small, but maybe small to you. Maybe Piece of the puzzle that we need. A friend has launched an online fundraiser to help pay Cummings funeral expenses. Veranda Phillips, who was also a midshipman's mom calls Cummings the ultimate mother, Michelle bash. W T. O P News ahead.
"57 year old" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Universal Basic income program Now universal basic income popularized by Democrat presidential wannabe Andrew Yang, who could be could be a mayor up there someday. Anyway in upstate New York Pilot program funded by private donations is providing 100 residents who make less than less than $47,000 a year, an extra $500 a month for a year just to see how it all works out. Now you be I advocates ultimately want the government paying a base salary to every citizen that would help cover the cost, including food and rent. Now critics of U B I programs worry about their effectiveness and cost compared to aid programs. And you know the target funds for food and shelter and helping raise your Children and residents across the you know the country receiving 500 bucks a month as part of this this test plan, no strings attack. Well, we've seen how the world that's working right now. As far as the recipients of you know the the plan from Biden to keep everybody propped up during the pandemic, we see How well that is working. It is an absolute disaster. If that goes on one more day, we are in big trouble as it is, so any talk of a plan like this, considering going forward would be absolute devastation to our economy here. Well, think about the future. Think about what life is going to be like in America. Five years and I'm not trying to defend you be I I'm just trying to set the table for a conversation. Five years from now, 10 years from now, uh, definitely even beyond. There will be a lot of professions where there's not a living human being doing it would be stocking groceries, maybe even driving a big rig. Maybe, you know, cashing you out at a register. Those sorts of jobs will just go away. Lots of jobs will just go away. Those people are gonna have to figure out a way to make an income, right? Yes, one of the recipients 57 year old, the next steel She's a special education school aide who is getting.
Coworker Worried Future Mass Shooter Could ‘Go Postal’
"I might cross a reporting a colleague of the California Rail Yard shooter feared he might go postal You information about the gunman who fatally shot nine co workers at a California rail yard on May 26th has been published, according to the Mercury News, Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, internal documents show. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy was the subject of four investigations into workplace conduct since July, 2019 after a verbal altercation with a co worker. In January, 2020, an employee reported hearing a colleague say of Cassidy. He scares me. If someone was to go postal, it would be him. The authority released more than 200 pages of emails and other documents related to Cassidy. Cassidy, who worked at the Valley Transportation Authority for more than 20 years, took his own life as deputies moved
"57 year old" Discussed on KGO 810
"Gun owners to be safer just as We received premium discounts for being good drivers and for having an airbag in the car. At least that was the case when airbags are still being developed. You know, we want gun owners to buy gun safe, who wanted to get trigger locks. We want them to take gun safety courses because we live in a country with 4.6 million Children who live in a home where a gun is kept. Unlocked and loaded and there's a lot we can do about that fact. I think you know you've been talking about this since, um, um 2019, obviously and and trying to put together a program. I don't think I hate that. It's a bad pond. But there's no silver bullet for this. I mean, you know, all right. I mean, it's it's It's need a lot of interventions. Yeah, I mean, like, you know, we we've We've talked about bump stock and those things you know, and that that took a long time to really be addressed. A R A R 15. You know, when Madison wrote the Second Amendment, it took a minute to load a musket. In a minute. You can kill 100 people with an air of 15. The 57 year old male in the V T a shooting had these magazines that were illegal in California. I mean, there's a lot here that you know that I don't think people understand about guns. I think most people They think of a gun. They think of a pistol that maybe their grandfather left them Where they They got a gun because it was a break in down the street, but they have no idea what they have. And I don't mean that in a condescending way. But when you're when somebody's trying to break in your home or you see something happening, if you're not trained in the use of a firearm, you're going to make the situation worse. Absolutely. And, you know, our residents are certainly smart enough to know the difference between a ar 15 in a Swiss army knife. I'm like Judge. So, look, there's no question. We need sensible laws. The right to own a gun doesn't mean you should have a right to have A large number of but that you should be able to own every gun imaginable, and certainly the city of Santa is going to take the lead in filing amicus brief to challenge That ruling on appeal in front of the ninth Circuit, So there's certainly more that state and the federal government can be doing, But in the meantime, cities has to step up because we can't wait for Congress to act. What? I don't understand again. We're talking to San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo. Um, is the NRA is in trouble. I mean, they're tiptoeing around bankruptcy. Um, we have you know again, Everybody said, Well, you know, Sandy hook. That's it from now or something going to change. It didn't But it continues and most Americans are in favor for, you know, background checks and for maybe limits on assault weapons. Um, I know Is this a Is this a federal issue? Or does it have to start in cities like San Jose? Well by default. It starts and cities because we don't have a congress with the backbone to do something about it, And that's been the case for many years. I mean, we saw what was it 16 or 17 years ago that Congress barred liability of gun manufacturers. You know, there's a whole host of measures that Congress has taken to really protect die manufacturers. I'm not asking them to do anything anymore. I just hope they'll get out of the way when cities try to step up and do something to protect their own communities. And let's face it. Cities have become the laboratories of innovation in this country. And, you know, I know other mayors are talking to me about this proposal as well and they're looking to see what we're doing, and hopefully we can all move together at some point to really drive change. We see that happening and states about this country where city will step up, states will follow. And then eventually Congress will get it. It's funny. I found them. A friend of mine who used to be in Congress sent me your opinion editorial. It was in the Washington Post last night from back in 2019 almost almost two years ago. And one of the things you talk about in here is insurance can provide a useful mechanism for harm reduction. Can you go over some of the bullet points and how this would work? Yeah, So, uh, most folks who have a homeowner's policy have easy access to insurance. Also, true with renters policies it's comes at no cost, in. Most cases are very modest cost for a rider on your insurance policy, so it's easy to get The problem is insurance companies aren't really involved in any way because it tends to be just an automatic. Either it's on or it's not. Most people don't even know if they have insurance. By requiring everyone to be aware of it actually get the writer if they don't have it already, uh, to have more cities joining us, and hopefully eventually the state of California it's been proposed in this state before. The idea is that we have an industry actually involved in providing incentives to residents to be safer with their guns to to get a gun safe to get a trigger lock to take a a gun Safety course to do the things that we know can make people and families safer. If they're going to own guns and let's face it. We live in a country 200 million guns, as you said. We're not suddenly going to make those guns go away, so let's find ways to be safer. Alright. Well, obviously, you know again. Safety is, um, is one of these Dublin, Tundras When it comes to gun ownership, most people when they bring a gun in their home become less safe. They become more likely to have an accidental shooting of suicide again. The the scenarios are endless and and all frightening. And it all comes down to training. It all comes down to you know, we don't have, um, we don't have any kind of check for the ability of a person to understand what it is. They're doing like again. You get a car you got to take the test can understand a lot of different things to get a gun. There's none of that You go home. You put it on the shelf and anything can happen. Would you also back some sort of, Um, uh, mental health fitness test for people in order to to purchase their first gun or if they're under like, say 30. Well, this is I. I certainly support sensible gun control. And in this set of proposals we have there are proposals are strengthened. For example, gun violence, restraining orders, which I think are really important. Tool Committee, California. Um and I I think inherent in the insurance and the requirement There is an ability for law enforcement to seize guns from those who simply don't want to comply with the law. And I think we all agree. Crooks aren't going to follow these mandates right? They're not going to get insurance not going to pay fees. I consider that a feature not a defect of these proposals. When There's a domestic violence call to a home and an officer shows up assets they always ask. Is there a gun in the house? The victim says Yes. Then the officers able to seize it on site where the individual hasn't paid the fee or got insurance. So the point is, we can use this as a tool for ensuring those who do not want to comply with the law. Should not have guns. Well, it's it's a long road, but it starts with these kind of conversations. Um, Sam Accardo. Thank you so much for your time again. Keep up the work and stay safe, okay? Always should be good to be with you, Chip. All right, talk to you soon. Thanks. That again is San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo on this This is one of many great proposals to deal with gun violence. It's it's not easy. It's not easy because there are people when you hear when they just hear that the word gun. They put up their defenses and we're gonna take a short break. If you have a comment on that you can get in right now. 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"57 year old" Discussed on KOMO
"Traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Extent, reported in Seattle of North 46 Street and Evanston. Evident north but is slowing. Still in North found five and making away from Lacey about covered two roads where here you breaks off. Not up to G B l a main gate. Still some hesitation or found five by the two Come Adam South again, Kat. It's still just a bit right before Port of Tacoma Road. Our next report is 504 Evan Smith couple traffic. Wear tracking beautiful weather around western Washington just in time for this three day weekend. We do have some high level clouds out there For today. I'm expecting a bit more sunshine for your memorial day. Overnight temperatures bottoming out into the upper forties to the mid fifties under partly cloudy skies. I do think it could be relatively cloudy Monday morning, but those clouds will ultimately clear for some late afternoon sunshine heist once again upper sixties to the mid seventies. Tuesday and Wednesday. We're expecting even hotter temperatures low eighties in Seattle mid upper eighties for the South Sound of the Southwest interior on meteorologist Abby accounting to come up with the center. Memorial for victims of a shooting at the San Jose Valley Transportation Authority last week when an employee 57 year old Samuel Cassidy, allegedly opened fire on what authorities believe to be a deliberate and targeted attack. ABC is Cornell Bernard is that City Hall with more Sylvia brought flowers and her own silent prayers to the growing memorial for nine Vita employees whose lives were cut short by a gunman. All these families there Hurting right now, Investigators say no clear motive still in this crime, Cassidy's father, also telling her media partners that he saw his.
"57 year old" Discussed on KCRW
"A whole. In the evening that community will gather in downtown San Jose for a vigil to honor and remember the victims. Erik Wester Veldt. NPR NEWS The U. N Human Rights Council has adopted a resolution to establish a commission of inquiry to investigate alleged human rights violations. In the 11 day clash between Israel and Hamas militants in Gaza. The resolution was drafted by Pakistan and is Lisa Schlein reports. Israel is calling a biased responding, said resolution. The Israeli ambassador accused the human rights Council of creating a parallel universe where Israel, a Democratic society and Hamas, a terrorist organization, are given a moral equivalence. The United States said the resolution threatened to undermine progress. It had been made to strengthen the cease fire and to ensure humanitarian assistance to Gaza. Lisa Schlein reporting Wall Street was mixed by the closing bell. The Dow Up 141 the NASDAQ Down one s and P. 500 up four. This is NPR. And this is KCRW. I'm Larry Parole. Here's what's happening at 5 32. Well. Investigators say a man who killed nine people at that San Jose Rail Yard was angry about perceived workplace slights and that he appeared to target some of the victims. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy arrived at the Valley Transportation Authority facility armed with multiple weapons yesterday morning, and in just a few minutes he killed eight people. Another person died overnight. In Santa Clara County deputies located Cassidy. He shot and killed himself. Glenn Hendricks is the chairman of Valley Transportation Authority board. He says the organization is shocked and in mourning beaches of family. People in the organization know everyone This.
"57 year old" Discussed on AP News
"Is AP News I'm Rita Fall away Flags at the White House of flying at half staff this morning in memory of the eight people shot dead by a gunman at a San Jose, California rail yard. The shooter. 57 year old Samuel Cassidy killed himself as law enforcement moved in. His ex wife says he talked about killing people at work more than a decade ago, and rail yard employee Kirk Bertel a says Cassidy chose his victims carefully. I do know that he had a specific agenda and was targeting certain people, he walked by other people. He let other people live. Is he gunned down other people? He talked to KGO TV. This was the 15th Mass killing in the nation this year, and California Governor Gavin Newsom says it's time for Americans to ask themselves some tough questions. And get some answers. When are we gonna come to grips with this? What are we gonna put down our arms literally and figuratively, our politics stale rhetoric. Finger pointing All the hand wringing consternation that produces nothing except more fury and frustration. More scenes like this repeated over and over and over again. Three police officers have been shot and wounded in a Dallas suburb. They were answering a call about a suicidal person in flower Mound. Texas. Least call this an active situation this morning. The vote expected today. But Republicans in the Senate are expected to block the idea of creating a commission to investigate the January 6th attack on the U. S. Capitol building. The House has already approved the bill. China is accusing the Biden administration of playing politics and calling for an investigation into the origins of the pandemic. It was first detected in China in late 2019. President Biden's directed intelligence officials to redouble their efforts to investigate the origins of the pandemic, including any possibility the trail might lead to a Chinese laboratory. This is AP News. Jackie Quinn's got more in the Battle against Cove it federal health officials have approved a third anti body drug to help reduce the impact of covert 19 on infected patients. The U..
"57 year old" Discussed on AP News
"Those listening critical condition, Governor Gavin Newsom says he's no longer sad. He's angry. When are we gonna put down our arms literally and figuratively, our politics stale rhetoric. Finger pointing All the hand wringing consternation that produces nothing except more fury and frustration. More scenes like this repeated over and over and over again. Today's mass killing is the 15th of this year, resulting in 86 lives lost a database compiled by The Associated Press USA Today in Northeastern University tracks every mass killing over the last 15 years database defines mass killings as four or more people dead, not including the shooter. I'm to McGuire, the mother of the U. S. Capitol police officer who died after The January 6th insurrection, is urging members of the Senate to vote in favor of a bipartisan commission this week with a procedural vote soon to take place in the Senate and expectations. There won't be the needed 10 Republican votes to pass the measure. Gladys Sick, Nick made a plea for their support to investigate the truth of what happened at the Capitol. Her son, officer Brian Sick. Nick, died a day after violent confrontations with rioters. Mrs sick, Nick said Congressman and senator Sure against. This bill should visit her son's grave at Arlington National Cemetery and think about what they're quote. Hurtful decisions will do to those officers who will be there for them going forward. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell has called on Republicans to block the measure accusing Democrats of wanting a commission to litigate Donald Trump's involvement. I'm Jackie Quinn, AP News I'm to McGuire a 57 year old man opened fire.
Death Toll Rises to 9 in San Jose Rail Yard Shooting
"Toll rises overnight. After a shooting rampage at a rail yard at San Jose, California Governor Wesley's Bill Cayenne chose reporting live remains unclear why the gunman opened fire. Yes, got here's what's new this morning, 1/9 person is dead, and California governor Gavin Newsom is fed up after the latest mass shooting in the U. S. The hell's going on in United States of America? The hell's wrong with us. When are we going to come to grips with this? The latest victim dies in the hospital hours after the shooting rampage. Police say the 57 year old gunman and employees of the rail yard took his own life happen across the street from a sheriff's office. Santa Clara County Sheriff Laurie Smith says deputies immediately went inside the building. They responded. They responded the way that they should. They took their life in their hands. San Jose Mayor Sam Ricardo says a memorial for the nine victims will be held tonight. Our entire community will need this moment and many others to mourn together. The FBI is assisting local authorities with the investigation. President Biden orders Flags to be flown at half staff to honor the victims
Transit Worker Opens Fire at California Rail Yard, Killing 9
"Roop reports a gunman opened fire on fellow workers that a transit authority rail yard in Northern California It was 6 34 Wednesday morning when, says Santa Clara County sheriff spokesman Russell Davis. They began receiving calls about shots fired at the Santa Clara Valley Transit Authority Light rail yard in San Jose right next to the sheriff's headquarters, so the response was immediate. We have eight victims that AARP announced a cease from today's incident from gunshot wounds. We also have one suspect. Who is deceased, as well from this morning's incident. I can confirm with you that deputies did not exchange gunfire. And right now we're gonna eliminate Go with the assumption that it was a self inflicted gunshot wound from the suspect. Suspect of EJ employee identified by news outlets is 57 year old Samuel Cassidy. Even says reports of explosives hidden within the building prompted a search with bomb sniffing canines and a dog did alert on one device. At that point, we activate the sheriff's office bomb squad and a painstakingly thorough an exhaustive search for more explosives ensued. San Jose Mayor Sam Accardo emotional at a morning news conference. Thistle's a very dark moment for our city and for our community Governor Gavin Newsom. Emotional but his emotion, anger. You know, there's a numbness. I imagine some of us are feeling about this. Because there's a sameness to this. You know any Where USA Just feels like this happens over and over and over again. Rinse and repeat. That begs the damn question. What the hell's going on United States of America? The hell's wrong with us. When are we going to come to grips with this? There were several others wounded. The
"57 year old" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Of the Valley Transportation Authority, Light Rail yard in San Jose, California were killed when police say a fellow employee opened fire at the facility early this morning, then turned the gun on himself. I know for sure. That when the suspect Knew the law enforcement was there. He took his own life. Our deputies were right there at that time than a Clary County Sheriff Laurie Smith. The suspect has been identified as 57 year old Sam Cassidy Governor Gavin Newsom, expressing frustration over continued gun violence like this happens over and over and over again, rinse and repeat. Rinse and repeat. Police are also combing through the suspect's home, which caught fire Shortly after the shooting. President Biden issued a statement on the shooting reading in part Once again, I urge Congress to take immediate action and to heed the call of the American people to help and the epidemic of gun violence in America. The latest Fox News poll gives President Biden high marks for domestic issues with lower marks for foreign policy. Latest Fox News poll found. President Biden has a 54% approval rating with 64% of proving his handling of Cove in his lowest marks came on his handling of the border immigration and foreign policy. And on that front, more Americans support Israel than Palestinians. 59% said they signed with Israel 24% signed with Palestinians on the question of whether or not President Biden is too liberal, 46% said he is, 40% said he's about right. Boxes Jessica Rosenthal. Another news has been found at the construction site of an Amazon warehouse outside Hartford, Connecticut. The number of nooses founded the site is now eight. The FBI has been investigating the Connecticut and double the president says it was found this morning despite additional security measures that were added last weekend after the seventh.
"57 year old" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM
"Eight workers of the Valley Transportation Authority, Light Rail Yard and San Jose, California were killed when police say a fellow employee opened fire at the facility early this morning, then turned the gun on himself. I know for sure. But when the suspect knew the law enforcement was there, he took his own life. Our deputies were right there at that time than a Clary County Sheriff Laurie Smith. The suspect has been identified as 57 year old Sam Cassidy Governor Gavin Newsom, expressing frustration over continued gun violence like this happens over and over. And over again. Rinse and repeat prints and repeat. Police are also combing through the suspect's home, which caught fire Shortly after the shooting. President Biden issued a statement on the shooting reading in part Once again, I urge Congress to take immediate action and to heed the call of the American people to help and the epidemic of gun violence in America. The latest Fox News poll gives President Biden High Marks for domestic issues with lower marks for foreign policy. Latest Fox News poll found. President Biden has a 54% approval rating with 64% of proving his handling of Covad. His lowest marks came on his handling of the border immigration and foreign policy, and on that front, more Americans support Israel than Palestinians. 59% said they signed with Israel 24% signed with Palestinians on the question of whether or not President Biden is too liberal, 46% said he is, 40% said he's about right. Boxes Jessica Rosenthal. Another news has been found at the construction site of an Amazon warehouse outside Hartford, Connecticut. The number of nooses founded the site is now eight. The FBI has been investigating the Connecticut and double the president says it was found this morning despite additional security measures that were added last weekend after the seventh.
"57 year old" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150
"Looking for answers. I'm Lisa. Let Sarah Fox News eight workers of the Valley Transportation Authority Light rail yard. When police say a fellow employee opened fire at the facility early this morning, then turned the gun on himself. I know for sure that when the suspect Knew the law enforcement was there. He took his own life. Our deputies were right there at that time than a Clary County Sheriff Laurie Smith. The suspect has been identified as 57 year old Sam Cassidy Governor Gavin Newsom, expressing frustration over continued gun violence like this happens over and over and over again, rinse and repeat. Rinse and repeat. Police are also combing through the suspect's home, which caught fire Shortly after the shooting. President Biden issued a statement on the shooting reading in part Once again, I urge Congress to take immediate action and to heed the call of the American people to help and the epidemic of gun violence in America. The latest Fox News poll gives President Biden high marks for domestic issues with lower marks for foreign policy. Latest Fox News poll found. President Biden has a 54% approval rating with 64% of proving his handling of Cove in his lowest marks came on his handling of the border immigration and foreign policy. And on that front, more Americans support Israel than Palestinians. 59% said they signed with Israel 24% signed with Palestinians on the question of whether or not President Biden is too liberal, 46% said he is, 40% said he's about right. Boxes Jessica Rosenthal. Another news has been found at the construction site of an Amazon warehouse outside Hartford, Connecticut. The number of nooses founded the site is now eight. The FBI has been investigating the Connecticut and double the president says it was found this morning despite additional security measures that were added last weekend after the seventh dudes was found. America is listening. The Fox News Finding great candidates to hire Converium like well, trying to find a needle in a haystack. Sure, you can post your job to some job board. But then all you can do is hope the.
"57 year old" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Confirm with you that deputies did not exchange gunfire. Right now we're gonna eliminate Go with the assumption that it was a self inflicted gunshot wound. The killer was identified as 57 year old Sam Cassidy. He apparently also set fire to his own home before going to the rail yard. Bomb squads were searching the rail complex after receiving information about possible explosive devices. Republican Senator Tim Scott of South Carolina, said Wednesday that if there's a deal to be reached on police reform, it will be reached next month. Capitol Hill correspondent Burning Bennett has more, Scott, the lead negotiator for Republicans, told reporters when asked about a timeline. I think we have three weeks in June to get this done. Scott's comments come after you declined to publicly embrace the May 25th unofficial deadline, pushed for by President Biden and top Democrats would hope to be able to announce the deal for the one year anniversary of George Floyd's death. Scott released a statement on Monday with Senator Cory Booker of New Jersey and Congresswoman Karen Bass, California the to leave Democratic negotiators, saying that they're making progress and remain optimistic, while acknowledging that they were still working through key differences. From Capitol Hill. I'm Bernie Bennett. Local and federal officials say they've dismantled a trafficking network that very drugs from the sin alot a cartel in Mexico through California to multiple drug dealing organizations around the nation's capital. The investigation began in 2017 with a Loudon County, Virginia sheriff's deputy assigned to a Drug Enforcement Administration task force. More on these stories that town hall dot com. Tell me why relief actress so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question. Beatings have child. But the father and son, founders of.
"57 year old" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Conditions apply not available in all states. See CBs dot com slash Rx Rewards or the pharmacy for details. Preventable to boogie on traffic Central. Dr. Janice Jackson wants to make it clear they're leaving Chicago public schools as CEO is her personal decision. I do need a break, and so I'm going to take that break. But I am happy to report that I have accepted a senior fellowship at the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, and so I am going to have some time to stop and think. Talk about what? I love public education, specifically high schools, she says. Until our contract officially expired, she's focused or current responsibilities, like the district's budget curriculum and plan After the pandemic, Dr Jackson says she has no plans for running for political office. 57 year old Chicago man has been charged with four counts of attempted first degree murder this after driving his pickup truck into a crowd of pedestrians in Logan Square on Saturday, seriously injuring a 42 year old woman, police said Timothy Nelson 57 year old out of the 2400 block of North Cambell Avenue, was arrested Saturday after he intentionally jumped a curb in his vehicle drove it. A group of people gathered for a picnic just after 5:15 P.m.. In the 2900 block of West Logan Boulevard. 42 year old woman was struck. She was briefly trapped underneath the car sustaining serious injuries from the collision. Nielsen was immediately placed into custody and charged. Today is restaurant day at each of Cook County, six mass vaccination sites and to celebrate restaurant workers, who have not yet been vaccinated, are encouraged to head on over to get their shot president and CEO of Cook County Health Israel Roadshow. It is our hope that restaurant staff who have not been vaccinated yet. We'll take the opportunity on May 3rd to do so at one of our mass vaccine sites or any day for that matter. We are here and we welcome you, Roaches says. And Matheson, they've expanded to seven p.m.. In terms of their later hours to get extra people vaccinated in general, he says over 50% of Cook County residents have been vaccinated with the rate of vaccination has started to plateau, something they anticipated. Cook County Board President Toni Preckwinkle joined elected officials and community partners this morning to celebrate national small Business Week considering the past year. This recognition is especially important because of the unprecedented challenges many of our businesses and residents are facing, and that further underscores the work being done. Through our network of business service organizations provide essential supports, such as Webinars, one on one, advising grant.
"57 year old" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Closed today for President's Day. You're listening to ABC News. Oh, wait. News Radio time is 302. It is getting warmer as we slog our way out of this cold snap, But this is just the beginning of our warm up. It does look like we are finally gonna really warm up some more for next week and we'll probably be in the forties. Maybe even picking the lower fifties. Given stat with the National Weather Service says. We are expected to hit the low thirties tomorrow through Thursday. More avalanche deaths in Colorado as two men were killed yesterday one near Rollins Pass and Grant County, the other in a slide north of Loveland pass. In that incident, Dale Atkins with the Alpine rescue team says nearby skiers found the body of 57 year old David Heidi, who have been snowboarding alone. There's a piece of his avalanche airbag that was sticking out of the snow. They spotted that and they started digging them out, and the deaths bring the total number of avalanche fatalities in the state this winter to 10. The Avalanche Danger rated high through many of Colorado's mountain ranges nationally, 15 people died in avalanches last week. That's the second deadliest week ever, according to the Colorado Avalanche Information Center. In Manitou Springs, a 17 year old, becoming one of the first girls in Colorado to become an Eagle Scout her name Sierra Dooley. And, she says, scouting in its ideals are near and dear to her heart's I grew up watching my brother and my dad and scouting be a role model for everyone. Eagle Scout comes with this expectation to be of high character. She made Eagle Scout in a little under two years. In sports Spring training set to get underway this week.
"57 year old" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Collins, Colorado State University, canceling all in person hybrid and remote classes today due to the weather. Officials are asking students and other people to avoid going to the campus. All operations at CSU are closed, including meetings and work functions. Been a deadly weekend in Colorado's high country. 57 year old David Hyde was skiing alone Sunday morning when he got caught in a slide around Mount Trellis near the Loveland ski area. Later in the day, a snowmobiler was buried and killed underneath his sled in an avalanche on Mount up Worth west of Rollins Pass. Those marked the ninth and 10th Avalanche deaths in Colorado this winter. Officials want skiers and snowboarders to wait on the snowpack to solidify before returning to the back country. Recent snowfall has piled on top of a weaker layer making for very high avalanche risk. Connor Shreve K Away News radio, a Manitou Springs 17 year old has become an Eagle Scout and Sierra Julie says she knows the importance of being one of the first female Eagle Scouts in the state of Colorado. This was the first time in history able to do this and we are Trailblazers in our field. And I think that's really amazing. Duly able to accomplish the Eagle Scout rank in a little under two years and in sports a nice win for the Nuggets at home they beat the defending champion Lakers won 22 to 105. Denver's won three straight games and will begin a road trip tomorrow in Boston are next update at eight o'clock, David Ko Ko Way news Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94.
Man Struck, Killed By Tractor-Trailer on Mass. Pike SW Of Boston
"On Marlboro Man struck and killed by a tractor trailer while walking along the mass pike. This was early yesterday morning and framing him. State police say their preliminary investigation shows the 57 year old victim was driving on the mass pike on his car broke down. Police got a call just before 6 A.m. about a pedestrian
Man Struck And Killed By City Salt Truck On Chicago's South Side
"And investigations underway into the death of a Chicago Department of Streets and sanitation worker who was killed at a city salt pile Thursday night. 57 year old you lander Seals suffered suffered multiple injuries when he was hit by a salt truck. The piles located on West 53rd, near the Dan Ryan Seals was a 25 year employee of the
Chicago Streets and Sanitation worker struck and killed by salt truck
"Department of Streets and Sanitation worker has died after being hit by a salt truck Thursday night. According to the department. The accident happened at a city salt pile in the 100 block of West 53rd Street 57 year old you'll Lander Seals was struck by salt truck and sustained multiple injuries. He died a short time later. Chicago's D. S. S. Says a full investigation is underway. Seals was a 25 year veteran of the department.
Bill Murray an abusive sex addict, says estranged wife
"According to his Uh, there's a former wife or soon to be ex wife, Bill Murray. Is a drug addicted. Abuser and serial adulterer who has abandoned his family. Completely. That's according to Jennifer. Murray and her scathing divorce. Violence. Marie Jennifer Murray alleges that the Academy Award nominated actors of the authority addiction And alcohol, abusive behavior, physical abuse and sexual addictions and frequent abandonment lead her in 2000. Six to move into a separate South Carolina home with the couple's four Children. Murray contends that the comedian and actor physically abused her on several occasions during their marriage. They were wed in 1997 and that he had hit her in the face. During a confrontation in 2007. During that incident. The complaint alleges that the 57 year old performer told her You're lucky I don't kill you. They've been divorced
Banking heir Benjamin de Rothschild dies at 57
"Benjamin to Rothschild, who oversaw the banking empire started by his father in 1953 has passed away. He was 57 years old. The Edmund A Rothschild group, says that he died of a heart attack Friday at his home in Switzerland. Since 1997 Benjamin de Rothschild, head of the banking group, named after his father today, Edmondo Rothschild Group says it manages €160 billion and
"57 year old" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Mostly cloudy and nine o'clock. Good evening. I'm Steve Green Field. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is ramping up pressure to remove President Trump on multiple fronts. ABC is Mark Remillard reports. In a letter to her fellow Democrats. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi formally backed impeachment of President Trump. Saying she plans to proceed with bringing impeachment legislation to the House floor. In the same letter, She also announced plans for a resolution calling for Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th amendment and declare President Trump unable to perform his duties. She also asked her caucus for their thoughts on the 14th amendment Section three, which could potentially involve the expulsion of some members of Congress who have been accused of helping incite the riot at the Capitol. My Gramma lard. ABC News coronavirus Death toll in the country is approaching 375,000. Today, the project reported nearly 2000 more deaths from the respiratory illness across the U. S. 129,000. People are fighting the virus in the hospital with 23,000 in intensive care units. Meanwhile, apply pilot is lucky to be alive after crashing a small plane on Long Island. The twin engine says no went down shortly before one PM very close to an abandoned waste disposal building located old Bethpage News 12 Long Island. Reports of 57 year old pilot from Bellmore took on from Republic Airport in Farmingdale was headed to Connecticut before turning around and reporting he was having engine trouble. Only crash landed with the mangled plane coming to rest against a chain link fence and off duty Highway Patrol officer witnessed the incident and, fortunately was able to help the man out of the plane. The pilot was taken in Nassau County Medical Center and this listen stable condition The FAA is investigating. Thea NYPD is also taking a look at the shooting death of a man inside her Brooklyn apartment. Lisa, so body files this report Police identified the victim is 24 year old Sha Mel Harris of Bed Stuy. Cops say they responded to a call. The man shot inside a first floor apartment on Montag Avenue in East New York. Just before one I am they found the victim with multiple gunshot wounds to the torso. He was pronounced dead at the scene. The daily News reports. The bullets came through a window and that Harris had been standing in the kitchen with several others during a party at the Airbnb when he was killed. Lisa Cell body W O R News w all OUR sports Tonight the Nets lost Oklahoma City 1 29 21 16 and the Knicks were defeated by the Denver Nuggets won 14 89, now meteorologist. Boric. Here's your WR. Weather Channel forecasts a fairly quiet week ahead. We have low pressure on the Southeast be tracking toward the middle and it states but passing just down to our south. All that's gonna do is increase the clouds on Monday. We're looking to stay dry. At least two Thursday on a fair to partly cloudy sky glows drop down the upper twenties. Early Sunshine Monday, Then clouds build food day highs on either side of 40 degrees, then mostly sunny Tuesday and Wednesday with highs load a mid forties..
Saugus Boys Basketball Coach Dies After Being Trapped By Bobcat Machine
"Eyes in a tragic accident, Authorities say. 57 year old Mark Bertrand became trapped under a piece of heavy machinery a bobcat after it overturned on him. At his home. On Friday, he was rushed to a local hospital where he later died. Bertrand was the boys basketball coach at Saugus Middle High School 9 37 to Wall Street now in business
Florida and other states to monitor closely this Election Day
"State I am going to be watching is obviously going to be Florida. Now. Florida's governor, Ron De Santis. It came out this morning on Fox and friends and said, We expect Florida to be called for Donald Trump very, very quickly. This jibes with what I'm seeing. In the early vote, Democrats went into Election Day 2016 with a 96,000 vote advantage in early voting. This year, obviously much much difference because of covert 19. Republicans trim that, too, for 1000 votes. Now we know this because you got partisan ballots, so Republican votes almost invariably vote for Republicans. Democrats almost invariably vote for Democrats, although there is expected to be slightly bigger crossover Democrats voting for Trump, then Republicans voting for Joe Biden, as evidenced by the fact that Trump got 94% support in the Republican primary, which was by far a record. In all voting right now. Polls have been open for a couple of hours in Florida. And all types of voting early voting in person voting. There are 9000 more Republican ballots that have been returned than Democrat ballots. Now there are a whole lot of independence. People don't have to register is either a Republican or a Democrat. You can register as an independent. Independence. When doing this kind of analysis, just assume they're going to break pretty much 50 50. It's rare that independence break for a certain candidate, though we do have a lot of evidence that late breakers in Florida late breakers in Pennsylvania and late breakers pretty much in every swing state are in fact breaking towards President Trump, but it's not going to be some statistically massive. Number like 66%. If 66% of independents break for President Trump this race is going to be called by about 10:30 P.m. central time. I don't anticipate that happening, nor do I anticipate that this is set in stone. Trump's gonna win. He's going to win Florida. It's all over. But the shouting what I am saying is this is very good news. This is why on common sense Central right now. I've got an article entitled. It appears that Democrats are doing poorly and early voting here in Wisconsin. It looks like we don't have definitive numbers, but we do have a data set. That suggests that President Trump's voters are over, performing not only in the early vote, but now as we're seeing, Ah, whole lot of enthusiasm, a whole lot of lines in Trump heavy areas. We're seeing data that's encouraging. None of this should be taken as gospel because I'm just giving you a look at the numbers as I see them. I'm giving you a look at the facts on the ground as I see them and the facts on the ground or that one campaign sounds very, very confident and where they are. The other campaign is taking the relatively Unprecedented step campaign. Look, campaigning does happen on Election day. It's very rare that you see a campaign going to this many different swing areas on Election day as the Biden campaign has got, you got two stops for Joe Biden in Pennsylvania. You've got Pamela Harris going to Detroit, Michigan, indicating that they're very worried about turnout in Detroit, specifically amongst black voters. You've got Jill Biden going to Florida. She's also I believe going to Georgia and you've got Camilla Harris is husband. Also going to a swing state in Ohio if Florida is called early, and if Florida increases its margin for President Trump Remember it was Florida specifically Hillary Clinton's under performance in Miami Dade County. That was an early indicator four years ago that President Trump was going to do a lot better than the polls suggested that he would. Florida is going to be an early indicator again, as is North Carolina. If Trump is doing better in those states, typically, the upper Midwest is a little bit farther to the right then Florida and North Carolina, so you can probably anticipate that he's going to be doing better in Pennsylvania. In Ohio in Wisconsin. I would also be looking for Ohio, Ohio has gone a deeper shade of red. If that starts to go even deeper red, then you're going to know that upper Midwestern. Specifically, rural voters are going to trump in bigger margins. And this is what the early trends that President Trump was talking about. On Fox and friends this morning are indicating the early trend lines are that the voter base that the voter makeup this year is far more really. It's far whiter. It's older, and it's less likely to have a college degree than in 2016. Who do you suppose that favors? If the average voter is a 57 year old white male with a high school diploma who lives about 50 miles from the nearest big urban center. Who do you think that guy is most likely to vote for. Again. This doesn't indicate demographics are not destiny. Please remember that today. If you remember nothing else, remember that demographics are not destiny. The makeup of the voter base is another good sign. But it doesn't mean this race is over the behavior of the two campaigns the relative confidence of President Trump, whose campaign has presented actual data to suggest that hey, we've not only have Ah, pathway to victory, but it's It's looking increasingly likely even Mohr increasingly likely than four or five days ago that we're going Be able to take that path to the campaign. That's Oh, my goodness. We've got to get out here. We've got to get out here and we've got to get out here.
Felicity Huffman completes supervised release after college admissions scandal conviction
"In the college admissions cheating scandal, actress Felicity Huffman is finally completed her sentence. Though she had on Ly served a 13 day prison sentence, which began last October she spent on supervised release ever since the 57 year old Hoffman are officially and did that part of her punishment. Yesterday, Hoffman was involved in the college admission scandal known as Operation Varsity Blues. That case played out of federal court in Boston. The Desperate Housewives star supposedly isn't going backto work just yet. But she says she plans to as soon as possible
Felicity Huffman completes college admissions scandal sentence in full
"Cheating case, actress Felicity Huffman is officially free. Though she had only a 13 day prison sentence, which began last October. She has been on supervised release ever since. 57 year old Huffman officially ended that part of her punishment. Yesterday she was involved in the college admission scandal. That case played out of federal court in Boston. The desperate housewife formerly Desperate Housewives supposedly isn't going backto work just yet. But she says she plans to soon an
Driver Charged In Brockton Hit And Run That Killed Boston Woman
"In Brockton. Making an arrest this morning just a short time ago. Following last night's deadly hit and run crash, 57 year old Alan Perkins is facing charges of leaving the scene of personal injury and death. He's expected now to be a rain today. This afternoon. This crash happened on Centre Street right near Brockton Hospital before nine o'clock. The woman was rushed to the hospital after being struck. She did not survive in shadow.
Actress Kelly Preston has died following a 2-year battle with breast cancer
"Actor John Travolta, took to Instagram last night to mourn her death, saying she thought a courageous fight with the love and support of so many. The 57 year old Preston is survived by our 20 year old daughter, Ella and nine year old son been German TV networks have false schedules, but no fall shows. Jeff