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Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

America This Morning

01:58 min | 1 d ago

Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama

"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy

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'Horrible Tragedy': Crash Kills 10 in Alabama, Including 9 Kids

First Light

01:24 min | 1 d ago

'Horrible Tragedy': Crash Kills 10 in Alabama, Including 9 Kids

"County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65. Nine Children and one adult Dare. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for Ranches. It's not only a tragedy for Alabama. It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The van was from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids win for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and Mm. Oh, But the sticky nose over my office saying how they look forward to being down there and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart didn't have something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling.

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Obama and Other Marxists Selectively Choose Which Black People to Promote

Mark Levin

01:07 min | 3 d ago

Obama and Other Marxists Selectively Choose Which Black People to Promote

"You see Obama chooses The black people he wants to promote. And the black people he wants to crush. Just like The White left do exactly the same thing. The whole notion of critical race theory. As I've said several times now. Is that if you do not agree with this Marxist revolution And all stray hand is down for the revolution. They're not really a black person. Oh, your skin is black. Between your ears. You've been colonized by whites. If you believe in a color Blind society and Martin Luther King You believe in the civil rights movement and all that took place. In the 64 65 civil rights acts. You've been colonized. Your mind has been Destroyed. By your white man's surroundings. This is how Sickening. This racist ideology is and it is a front a pretext for the Marxist movement behind

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Juneteenth Becomes a National Holiday

News, Traffic and Weather

01:50 min | 4 d ago

Juneteenth Becomes a National Holiday

"June 19th is now officially of federal holiday. You're gonna see me dancing in the street. I tell you, I'm so happy. I don't know what to do. That's 94 year old Opal Lee affectionately referred to as the grandmother of Juneteenth. She's pushed for the day to become a national holiday for years, and now it is at a White House signing ceremony, Li described a momentous day of June 19th. 18 65 General Gordon Granger, um, made his way. To Galveston, with some 7000 colored troops they were from Illinois was in New York, and he had and Red General Order number three. That said that all the slaves were free for slaves in Texas. The news that they were free came 2.5 years after President Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation and two months after Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered at a town called Appomattox Courthouse, Virginia in signing the Juneteenth National Independence Day Act, President Biden said the importance of this day must never be forgotten by making Juneteenth a federal holiday. All Americans can feel the power of this day and learn from our history. Celebrate progress and grapple. The distance. We come With additions we have to travel because, says the president, this is not just a day of remembrance and reckoning. It's a time to repair racial divisions. This is his day profound in my view, profound weight and profound power. Day in which remember The moral stain the terrible toll. Slavery took on the country. And continues to take its also a day, says House Speaker Nancy Pelosi for

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:44 min | Last week

"about 6.5%" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Time out late in the third quarter. It's a pin down. Pick for Booker. Hands it off the camera. Johnson back over to Cameron Pain, Heart stutter Step in a drive goes through the lane. Back over to Johnson back over the pain shot clock winding down. He takes a three and he knocks at home. Monte Morris just hit a screen and stopped. That's the kind of defense you Can't quit on the plate 85 to 74 inside the ark Is Nicola. Okay? They dare him to shoot. Jumper misses rebounded. Jamychal Green goes back up blocked from behind by Cameron Johnson. Look pass off over the booker, full head of steam to the racks. Layup. No good eight in the rebound, whipped it out on top. The pain back over to Johnson and a three That was good there make it absolutely everything member gets it down a little bit. Nine of 18 cars for three point line. Oh, the cow. Will Barton to the left hand over to yoke ish. Free throw line jumper no good again. He's missed All this jumpers. He's made all of his little hooks and lay up. She's got to get back into the paint. 9 23 for Joker Phoenix going to go to for one here, it's open. Now. Booker has it. Goes back behind him, Gets it right back. Better hurry If you want the Super one Deep three that one misses. Rebound comes down to Jamychal Green outlet pass off over to Nicola Yokich difference between game and shot clock. About 6.5 seconds. Monte Morris has the right side of the mid court circles. Back out over to the 0.10 on the shot clock. I picked there from Nicola Yokich Monte from the free throw line jumper, Good. That's nine on the clock 11 seconds left now for the Phoenix Suns. Booker picks it up near the logo. And walks it across the timeline. Seven seconds to go. He's guarded by rivers, now five Puts it on the floor gets down the lane bank shot up and wow, what a shot! Inbound. Will Barton from half court. Missed it just off the front of the rim. All Nuggets trailed by four at halftime. Now they trail by 14 After 3 92 76. Phoenix will take a time out fourth and final comes up next. It's around two Game three on the altitude radio networks. It's the end of the third quarter go in the game home win the game. Denver Nuggets fourth quarter basketball begins in two minutes on the altitude radio network. There are places to buy engagement rings, and then there's engage. Engage.

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Essential Quality Wins 2021 Belmont Stakes

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:36 sec | 2 weeks ago

Essential Quality Wins 2021 Belmont Stakes

"Belmont Stakes, the third leg of the Triple Crown with a covid reduced crowd, cheering them on down the stretch. Essential quality pulled away from the pace setting hot Rod Charlie with the nature of a mile to run to win by a length and a quarter, finishing a distant 3rd 11 lengths back was Preakness winner Rombauer sent off as the 65 favorite essential quality becomes the 11th Belmont winner in the last 20 years to skip the Preakness. After running in the Kentucky Derby Eclipse Award winning trainer Brad Cox picks up his first Triple Crown victory, as does Jackie. Louisa is Brad Kelly Is

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Solar Panels Over California's Canals Could Save Gallons of Water

Climate Connections

01:11 min | 3 weeks ago

Solar Panels Over California's Canals Could Save Gallons of Water

"Demand for solar power is growing and recent research suggests that people should consider installing solar panels. Not only on field and rooftops but above waterways as well brandon mcewen of the university of california. Santa cruz says canopies of solar panels can be installed over canals. The approach would generate clean energy and shading the water reduce. Evaporation her research estimates that covering california's four thousand miles of open canals with solar panels could save about sixty five billion gallons of water a year. This would be enough to irrigate fifty acres of farmland or meet the residential water knees over two million people. Conserving water is especially important. In california water scarcity is a big concern for our state especially when we have frequent droughts and climate change will only exacerbate drugs so any water savings is really critical. Solar covered canals are already in use in india. Mcewan says more research is required to assess the feasibility of the approach in california. But she says it could be a promising way to generate renewable energy while helping conserve water in a warmer

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Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire Over Gaza Conflict

Morning Edition

02:11 min | Last month

Israel and Hamas Agree to Cease-Fire Over Gaza Conflict

"On the streets of the Gaza Strip last night, Palestinians are celebrating the start of a cease fire between Hamas and Israel. In which both sides are claiming victory. Here is what that victory looks like 11. Days of rockets flying out of Gaza. 11 days of Israeli bombs striking Gaza, Palestinian officials say more than 234 people were killed 65 of them Children. In Gaza, hundreds of buildings were destroyed. Israeli authorities say Hamas rockets killed 12 people in Israel, including two Children. MPR's General Estrin joins us from Jerusalem Daniel Thanks for being there, first off is the ceasefire holding at this point. It is. The two sides are calling it quiet for quiet, which means both agree to stop firing. But if one side breaks a cease fire, the other response and officials say that probably in a few days there will be negotiations about the terms. Egypt called the cease fire at two a.m. local time. That's when it was supposed to start and right up to the deadline. There were strikes. The last Israeli strike was heard around one a.m.. The last Palestinian rocket fire was around 1:50:50 A.m.. And then right. At two A.m.. Palestinians went into the streets and Gaza celebrated also in the West Bank, also with the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, worshipers chanted and praised Hamas. And right away in Gaza, we saw thousands of people who had sought shelter and U N buildings, load up their trucks and drive home. We have not seen celebration gatherings among Israelis, but many Israelis, you know, have been up at night and protected rooms. Lot of air raid sirens in the middle of the night, and finally, they could get a little bit more sleep. But as Steve noted, both sides are declaring victory here. I mean, they could say whatever they want, but what's the reality? Well, The reality is both sides are trying to sell this as a victory to their own people who have suffered tremendously. Under the last 11 days in Gaza, Hamas held a rally in the middle of the night on the street, where the most devastating Israeli strikes took place where whole extended families were killed. Hamas leader said. This is one of our biggest victories ever. Thank you citizens. You are our swords for Jerusalem.

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

WBEZ Chicago

01:35 min | Last month

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago

"Cars on the roads, they will have to be not just as safe as human drivers. But much much safer. I am Sam a balsam it I'm a principal analyst leading our immobility ecosystems. Research at guide House insights. Sam Abou El Summit has been researching technology trends in the car industry for years, he says, making driverless cars as safe as humans. Remains a huge challenge for autonomous cars. Humans are vastly underestimated when it comes to driving. Yeah, you often hear the statistic that 94% of crashes involve human error. That's absolutely true. But on the flip side, most of the time when we drive, we don't make mistakes that cause crashes in the U. S. We've been averaging about 3.2 trillion miles a year of driving, and within that we were averaging about 6.5 million crashes a year. And that works out to about one crash every half a million miles. So your probability of getting into a crash about once every 30 years, So that's actually pretty good. Most people will never be in involved in a car crash in their lifetime. If you go back to 2015 2014 you know when a lot of these companies first started getting into trying to develop automated driving, they were doing these early demonstrations in scenarios that humans didn't crash at very often, anyway, you know, driving around Palo Alto. It's a fairly easy environment to drive in. The weather is good. You can do it in the daytime. He turned out a group of halfway decent engineers could put together an initial package and get a demo running of an automated driving system.

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:34 min | Last month

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBUR

"Cars on the roads, they will have to be not just as safe as human drivers. But much much safer. I am Sam the balsam it I'm a principal analyst leading our immobility ecosystems. Research at Guide House insights. Sam Abou El Summit has been researching technology trends in the car industry for years, he says, making driverless cars as safe as humans. Remains a huge challenge for autonomous cars. Humans are vastly underestimated when it comes to driving. Yeah, you often hear the statistic that 94% of crashes involve human error. That's absolutely true. But on the flip side, most of the time when we drive, we don't make mistakes that cause crashes in the U. S. We've been averaging about 3.2 trillion miles a year of driving, and within that we were averaging about 6.5 million crashes a year. And that works out to about one crash every half a million miles. So your probability of getting into a crash about once every 30 years, So that's actually pretty good. Most people will never be in a involved in a car crash in their lifetime. If you go back to 2015 2014 you know when a lot of these companies first started getting into trying to develop automated driving, they were doing these early demonstrations in scenarios that humans didn't crash at very often, anyway, you know, driving around Palo Alto. It's a fairly easy environment to drive in. The weather is good. You can do it in the daytime and turned out a group of halfway decent engineers could put together an initial package and get a demo running of an automated driving system..

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:30 min | Last month

"about 6.5%" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The Bloomberg Colonel Pelt onto one of the big ones. So is beyond meat because we're seeing some movement in the after hours. Pellet on. We did see that stock certainly rallying in the after us. I just want to pull up the most current Trade and the stock is well now it's just up a hair, but I think we're gonna look for some more visibility about the outlook in the impact of that recall. Yeah, that's gonna be glad you mentioned though Carol, Big picture with that company is that so Much of the hardware revenue comes from bikes. Tread is relatively new to the company. As you mentioned, even Bloomberg Intelligence has 90% so there's an estimate there, but it's definitely the vast majority. Still bikes. Yeah, Cowan was weighing in on it earlier today because we did see Politan shares actually hired today talking about you know the recall blow Sena's limit. Head on really The thing that everybody's watching, you know, in terms of potential branding risk, and that's the thing with how the company reacts is going to be certainly key in terms of how they view it going forward beyond meat that this is gonna be one that we're gonna be watching certainly into tomorrow's trade, because that stock Down about 6.5% was down about 11% earlier on but got to keep in mind Tyson talking about company? No, you and getting into this market. There's a lot more competition beyond meat has been, though spending on expansion in Europe, they opened up a production plant in China. All of this stuff cost money. It doesn't you mentioned competition? Impossible. Foods, has revamped its product line and got them into more grocery stores over the last year. That's been huge for the company. Margins prices. There's a pricing were happening between beyond and impossible. Yeah, exactly. All right. This is Bloomberg Business Week, right here on Bloomberg Radio. You take.

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBUR

WBUR

01:51 min | Last month

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBUR

"Some people think the pipeline shouldn't be happening at all. They say if the world's trying to cut down on oil should East Africa really be building a pipeline before you get there, let me introduce you to Darrin Island chain A. He's Ugandan journalist has been following this story for years. I asked him exactly how the pipeline came to be. Oh, the governments of Uganda and Tanzania did Bynum memorandum of understanding where they agreed to form a partnership. We're both countries will work to construct what's it to be the world's longest heated could oil pipeline that will be moving from the western part of Uganda? So as far as the cost often Zegna and just explained how significant this is for East Africa that has won. This is said to be the first major oil pipeline which could go a long way in boxing. Both economies off Tanzania and Uganda who do have the oil And it has well could go a long way in opening the doors, especially in the oil world. For Uganda. They are between region that has the oil has volumes of about 6.5 billion barrels, but about 1.4 billion barrels from the accessed at the moment. How does that compare to deposits elsewhere? Other parts of the world have got really, really huge amounts of oil. But with the changing times at the moment, and already oil greater volumes in other parts of the world, I think in a way or another Gonna soil is a bit less to the party. So it's taken politicians awhile to decide how to use you count of oil, and in that time the world's views on oil of changed. People are worried about climate change. And.

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Apple Earnings, Revenue Soar

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00:19 sec | Last month

Apple Earnings, Revenue Soar

"A blowout quarter for Apple. The tech giant's results smashed estimates on both the top and bottom lines as iPhone revenue soared. 65% Neck and iPad sales growth was even greater. Facebook's quarterly earnings and revenue also handily topped expectations shares. Both Apple and Facebook moved solidly higher and extended

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Biden Delivers His First Joint Address to Congress

Radio Specials

00:55 sec | Last month

Biden Delivers His First Joint Address to Congress

"Address to Congress as NPR's miles. Parks reports buying used his roughly 65 minute speech to celebrate US vaccination efforts. And to promote his infrastructure and American family plans. President Biden argued that the U. S needs to tax wealthier Americans more and use that money to create infrastructure jobs and support child care and education for blue collar and middle class Americans. The U. S is also now administered more than 220 million covert vaccine shots. And Biden painted a picture of a country on the road to recovery now. After just 100 days. I can report to the nation. America is on the move again, Biting, mentioned the capital insurrection at the end of his speech and said he has never been Mork confident in American democracy. Miles parks. NPR NEWS Washington U. S Senator Tim

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:48 min | 2 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way he's you know, thought about the game the way he loved it the way he worked at Mark was reportedly leaving a workout in Los Angeles when he ran a red light and was struck and killed. CDC advisory panel voting late yesterday to end the paws on use of the Johnson and Johnson Covert 19 vaccine researchers investigating a small number of women who did develop blood clots. Dr Patel. Patel is an infectious disease physician at the University of Michigan's medical school. And she says the risks are greater from catching the virus. If we think about all of the things that we know that can happen with having covert being hospitalized, getting blood clots from the virus itself, getting other sorts of infections associated with being in the hospital a long time. Always likelihoods are very possible if you have to get hospitalized compared to this small chance of getting something that is very, very rare announcement coincides with another director from the CDC. Vaccination are recommended for pregnant women. But with pregnant women being at a higher risk for blood clots. They're only suggesting that they take a mod Erna or a Fizer vaccine. Massachusetts Department of Public Health reporting another 1452 new covert cases yesterday and 13 additional deaths Just in the last 24 hour period about 6.5 million doses of covert vaccine have been shipped to Massachusetts about 85% have been administered. Right now, about 2.2 million residents in the state are fully vaccinated. 48 communities remain at high risk of covert 19, but that's down from 59. Just a week ago. 9 33, the latest on the hunt for a missing Indonesian submarine..

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:59 min | 2 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Way he you know, thought about the game the way he loved it the way he worked at it. Clark was reportedly leaving a workout in Los Angeles when he ran a red light and was struck and killed. CDC advisory panel voting late yesterday to end the paws on use of the Johnson and Johnson Covert 19 vaccine researchers investigating a small number of women who developed blood clots. Some Fatal garter pile. Patel is an infectious disease physician at the University of Michigan's medical school, and she says the risks are greater from catching the virus. If we think about all of the things that we know that can happen with having Cove it being hospitalized, getting blood clots from the virus itself, getting other sorts of infections associated with being in the hospital a long time. Always likelihoods are very possible if you have to get hospitalized compared to this small chance of getting something that is very, very rare announcement, coinciding with another directive from the CDC vaccination now recommended for pregnant women. But with pregnant women being at a higher risk for blood clots, they are only suggesting that they take the Moderna or the Fizer vaccine. Massachusetts Department of Public Health reporting another 1452 new confirmed covert cases yesterday 13 additional deaths. About 6.5 Million doses of covered 19 vaccine have been shipped to Massachusetts and about 85%. Have been administered. So as of this weekend about 2.2 million residents in the state are fully vaccinated. 48 communities remain at high risk of covert 19 that's down from 59 communities. Just a week ago. It is 5 33 and More problems in Indonesia as thieves search for a missing submarine continues..

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

The Patriot AM 1150

05:06 min | 2 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on The Patriot AM 1150

"Dot com ahead, kowtow a bookstore and buy a book right there in person, a real actual book. Jack knew that he wanted to become a seal of a very young age. When he began to read fiction novels based on the harsh realities of war, I decided to go in, enlisted first and then decide if I was going to become an officer because of rogue where, because there wasn't much else to read about that sort of thing back then, and I saw that was his path. And if that was his path, I saw the way he talked about it the way he talked about how he learned the trade as an enlisted guy. And then became an officer. So I went in with that with that is my plan. I wanted to essentially start in the mail room and work my way up. I wanted to learn the trade. I wanted to establish a reputation on just make sure that if I was leading guys into combat That I wasn't going to be like all the officers that they showed in every Vietnam movie in the eighties, which, if you remember, they always had that brand new officer that would show up in those movies with little butter bar on his collar and he Children Vietnam and he'd Hey, tell the guys to get haircuts to shave. Take just use up the uniforms, and then he'd lead them right into an ambush that was like typical of 19 eighties of Vietnam portrayal of an officer. I'm not saying it was right all the time. But that's being an impressionable, impressionable young lad. That's what I took away from both Marci Coates book and from those movies, So I decided that was not gonna be me. If I was gonna be an officer, I was gonna learn this trade. I was gonna tow learn out Oh, to be a tactical operator and then decide if I was going to go and become an officer, which I which I did later about 6.5 years into it. I went to docs, but I remember being at that. I forgot. They even call it some sort of Depot or something. So you have to go get on a bus essentially and go to boot camp, Go to the airport and fly tow to boot camp. On D think it's similar for all the services, but she had to stay somewhere the night before, And I think it was a little hotel, and oh, man, it was awfully is looking around and seeing what you're gonna go into here and, you know, maybe for one split second. I was like, this is horrible. But I was like, you know what? This is what you have to do. If you wanna get the seal teams. You have to go through regular boot camp on. It's gonna be painful because this is not what you want to do. But you have to do it to get to try out for blood. And then you have to get then you have a past that and then get two buds and that's where you wanna be. So it's just the preliminary steps that I was like. Oh, jeez, This is so painful. Why can't I just go right the buds? On Tao, that kind of fix that, actually. Now, when you go in, you go to boot camp and you go to a company That is all people that are going into some sort of special specialized occupation, So I think the people going to Budd's the people gonna go Yo D explosive ordnance disposal rescue swimmers. I think they put them all together now, so you're going through with people that are driven people that want to do something a little different. And the rest of the Navy. And then for the people that are going to buds. They keep you at boot camp for an extra couple months. And they did that, because after September 11th the government realized hey, we need more guys in special operations. How do we do that? And we mass produce these guys which, of course, one of the Tenants of special operations is you cannot be mass produced. But they said, How do we make get this? 80% attrition level down and what they came up with was keeping guys after boot camp. And teaching them how to then get through the program, getting them up to where they need to be physically, mentally, through different courses on on leadership and on mental toughness and on resiliency and teaching you how to climb these ropes. How to do the log. PT had to do the boat PT all these sorts of things so that by the time you show up at buds That you are ready to go. They teach you to stroke the underwater recovery stroke. So all these things they didn't do. Um, prior to let's say I'm gonna get the date wrong. But let's say 2005 or so, um, so before that it was just baptism by fire. You sure you got the buds and if you've never done the underwater recovery stroke before? Well, you got in the pool, and you figured it out. Um, if you hadn't put a lock above your head or boat above your head, and you kind of figured out heading running sand before, Well, you just did it. Um, So what we found when those guys with men show up two buds. After all that training all those millions of dollars invested in figuring out how to reduce that number ed attrition rate. We found that we still had 80% attrition, and so we started calling them fitter quitters, because really, it's it's really about that mental fortitude. It's about grit. And how do you teach grid without going through the crucible without going getting tested, So I think that's why that's Ah, It doesn't matter what kind of shape you're a doesn't matter. What kind of course is that? You have on resiliency around mental toughness. You have to get out there and you have to prove yourself to both yourself and do the instructor staff head buds who will probably be in platoons with you. Going down range in the future, so they want to make sure that the people they're letting through the program are people that they trust to be next to them in a firefight? So so all those all those millions of dollars spent still have 11%.

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Les McKeown, Who Fronted the Bay City Rollers, Dies at 65

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Les McKeown, Who Fronted the Bay City Rollers, Dies at 65

"Bay City rollers singer less McEwan has died suddenly at the age of sixty five according to his family I marches are a letter with a look at his career Q. one was the second singer for the B. C. the rollers replacing Nobby Clark in nineteen seventy three they had a string of hits in Britain before hitting number one in the U. S. was Saturday night in nineteen seventy six their success continued with pop songs like money honey and I only want to be with you plus they were cute B. Q. and said in a two thousand one AP interview female fans would go to great lengths to meet them we would even get jobs as a chambermaid so they would be able to come in your room and you know do things not only for the girls

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Boeing Raises Mandatory Retirement Age for CEO Calhoun by 5 Years

The KFBK Morning News

00:21 sec | 2 months ago

Boeing Raises Mandatory Retirement Age for CEO Calhoun by 5 Years

"There's a pretty big one. Also, we have Boeing. Speaking of transportation Boeing, they did have a kind of mandatory retirement age of 65, but they like their CEO. He's 64 years old. So now the board is saying, OK, OK, 70 let you retire. It's 70. So Dave Calhoun is gonna stay on as the CEO bowing. It would appear anyway for

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Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial

Fresh Air

01:00 min | 2 months ago

Top French Court Rules Killer of Jewish Woman Cannot Stand Trial

"President Emmanuel Macron is urging a change in French law. That's after a court ruled the man who killed a Jewish woman in 2017 is unfit to stand trial because he acted in delirium due to drug taking. NPR's owner, Beardsley reports is a growing outcry over the ruling among Jewish groups and beyond. 65 year old Sarah Halimi died in 2017 after being pushed out the window of her Paris apartment by her neighbor, a 27 year old from Molly, who shouted Koranic verses and called her a demon. The killing stoked debate over anti Semitism among radicalized Muslim using predominantly immigrant neighborhoods. Hopefully, trial. Ray has been in psychiatric care ever since Now, the court has ruled that trial Ray, a heavy pot smoker, committed the killing after succumbing to a delirious fit and was thus not responsible for his actions do say the ruling sets a dangerous precedent that will undermine the fight against anti Semitism. Lawyers for Holly means families say they intend to refer the case to the European Court of Human

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United Airlines Reports Fifth Consecutive Quarterly Loss

Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia

00:44 sec | 2 months ago

United Airlines Reports Fifth Consecutive Quarterly Loss

"After the bell, the carrier posted a larger than expected loss for Q one. United said the halting net losses will be possible. Here's the caveat when business and international traffic recovers. Around 65% of levels seen back in 2019. Now the airlines uncertain, longer term outlet reflects the overall industries struggled to predict the strength of an expected summer rebound in travel. Interestingly, just today, the U. S State Department said it was changing the way it issues travel advisories. This would reflect the prevalence of the Corona virus. Move is said to result in about 80% of the world's big nations being considered no go zones, Paul Apples,

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Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Broke Major Country Music Record

The Ben & Skin Show

00:36 sec | 2 months ago

Taylor Swift's Re-Recorded Fearless Album Broke Major Country Music Record

"Taylor Swift, celebrating a number one album over the weekend, her third in the past year. The hit Grammy Award winning singer taking the top spot once again with fearless Taylor's version, which is a re recording of her 2008 album. In the past year, Taylor has released folklore evermore and the redone version of Fearless, but she's still not done. She tweeted fans over the weekend and said that she's already in the studio recording her next album. Swift now also becomes the first woman in the 65 year history of the Billboard chart to have three new number one albums in less than 12. Months is my

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:20 min | 2 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Engineering professor at Columbia University, says installing air source heat pumps could help they circulate warm air in and out of your home. But It isn't a quick fix. It will just start of it worth infrastructure we eventually want, he says. That has to happen while making electricity, renewable. Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is considering using federal money to create a relief fund for undocumented immigrants who lost income due to the pandemic. WN Y sees Carinae reports advocates say the administration has floated using about $40 million for direct cash payments to undocumented workers who don't qualify for federal aid or unemployment benefits. But divided among the nearly half a million undocumented immigrants who called the Garden state home. That's about enough to cover a phone bill, New Jersey Immigrant Alliance for Justice Campaign strategists got the assassin called The proposal insulting, fully reflect a lot of political will on the part of the governor's office. Undocumented workers make up about 6.5% of the state's workforce in New York, where they're about 5% of the Labor Force. Lawmakers reached a deal earlier this month to create a $2.1 billion fund. New York City's first East scooters sharing program, a launch in the East Bronx this summer. The city is testing the program before allowing the standing scooters to operate in the rest of the city. W N. Y. C. Stephen Nessen reports. Three companies will drop up to 3000 scooters in the neighborhoods of East Chester, Coop City and Morris Park. The scooters are unlocked with an APP for safety users will only be allowed to travel 10 MPH during their 1st 30 minutes. Then they can go up to 15 MPH users will pay a dollar to unlock each scooter and about 39 cents a minute to ride. The city plans to build more bike lanes in the area where the scooters are located. Next year, the number of scooters in the Bronx made double but the rest of the city will have to wait until the Department of Transportation reviews how the pilot went. 52 mostly cloudy today 47 Now and cloudy on Michael Hill in the W N Y C newsroom. In the next radio lab party. Million infected people is a faith and nobody act as it is when your government seems indifferent to your pain and suffering. What's the right way to protest can process actually hurt? The movement that you're protesting for? The goal is to say.

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Health Experts Push Back on Texas Governor's Herd Immunity Claim

NEWS 88.7 Programming

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Health Experts Push Back on Texas Governor's Herd Immunity Claim

"Leahy Governor Greg Abbott claims Texas could be close to reaching herd immunity for the coronavirus. Even though vaccination and infection rates remain far below levels needed to stop it from spreading. The Republicans spoke to Fox News Sunday, more than 70% of our seniors have have received a vaccine shot. More than 50% of those who are 50 to 65 have received a vaccine shot. I don't know what hurt him. Unity is, But when you add that to the people who have acquired immunity, it looks like it could be very close to her immunity. Public health experts believe herd immunity is not possible until at least 70% of the population is immune so far less than 20% of Texans are

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New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

Dan Carroll

00:30 sec | 2 months ago

New Study Says Moderna Vaccine Leads to More Side Effects

"A new study suggests people who get the maternal cove in 19 vaccine or more likely to experience side effects versus those who get the pies your shots. Data from the CDC, published in the Journal of the American Medical Association, says the reactions were mostly benign and include injection site pain, fatigue, itching and headaches. After the first shot, 74% of survey respondents said they experience side effects with the maternity shot. First. The 65%, who experienced side effects with the Fizer shot the condition of side effects after the second dose increases slightly for both defies her image or no vaccines.

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King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

01:33 min | 2 months ago

King County's health officer provides snapshot of COVID-19 activity and vaccination efforts

"Bad news type of update from the Seattle King County public health officer. Dr. Jeff Duchin likes to start his weekly UPDATES by comparing the covert outbreak to the weather forecast. This week's forecast is for continued mostly cloudy with storms possible. Over the past week, 255 new cases were reported daily, which was similar to the week before end up almost 80% from mid March. But a lot of people coming down with Cove it are not the most vulnerable incident rates have been trending up for all age groups, except for ages. 65 older and under five years with the highest rates in the 18 to 24 year olds, followed by 25 to 49 year old In the 5 to 17 year Old age group. He says he remains the geographic divide in the county. Overall Cove in 19 incidents remains highest in the cities and south and Southeast King County. Including Covington, Enumclaw. Auburn can't federal way Burian renting to quell A and C tech and, well, people continue to be hospitalized. The good news is that deaths have fallen dramatically since the peak of the fallen winter, Serge On average. Over the past week. One King County resident has died of covert 19 each day, compared with nine deaths per day during the winter peak. And although most of our oldest adults are protected through vaccination, not everyone is vaccinated. And went transmission increases in the community. The virus still confined its way to those who are most vulnerable and remain unprotected. And with that in mind,

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Dustin Johnson down 9 in Masters

Mornings on Maine Street

00:20 sec | 2 months ago

Dustin Johnson down 9 in Masters

"Thanks bill after round one of the master's Justin Rose has the early lead despite being to over seven holes into the first day. Rose finished with a seven under 65. Four shots ahead of the rest of the field. Brian Harman and Hideki Matsui Yama are tied for second defending champion Dustin Johnson Shallah to over 74. He's nine strokes back. The second round started this morning

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WBAP 820AM

02:29 min | 3 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Us whenever you want us use talking 20 w b A p w b a p dot com Children. We've taken out the arms of their mothers. You can just imagine me who My whole thing in Congress is about the Children to see that Under the Trump administration that is totally outside the circle of civilized behavior, In my view, Well answer. Nancy Pelosi telling me it's all about the Children with her in Congress. Nothing could be further from the truth. Or you wouldn't be killing 600,000 babies a year and fully supporting that, But I die aggress. Most of you know, I've been out for about 6.5 weeks had heart surgery. And my thanks to the surgeon, Dr Chi in my cardiologists, doctor, Dr Weiss. Um, physically, I'm doing better. Every single day. I talked to the cardiologists again, and the problem is, the voice doesn't last. Monday. I tried to get through all three hours and then Tuesday I had no voice at all. So I'm doing a couple hours and then Brad Stags who filled in for me quite a bit when I was gone. Is coming in for the third hour to let me rest my voice so I can come back on the air again tomorrow and Brad's with me brand. How are you? I'm doing all right, Rick, And as always, it is a pleasure to sit in your chair and keep it warm. Uh, well, listen, um, you know, Brad takes your calls and hill. Mix it up with you. I gotta say bread. Um, I was taking it easy in that third hour. And heard that last call that very last Cole you got that's the kind of call you pray for. When you first start to show you just you didn't have any time. I know that was rough. It was a she opened a Pandora's boxes. I told her of topics and it was man. It was like 30 seconds left and all of this, and Yeah, it was. It was frustrating. I hope she calls back. I hope she does to do a great job on the air. And what are you doing in the daytime when you're not filling in for Rick Roberts, which is slacking off? Well, generally, I just enjoy, like being by myself out of my shop and making stuff out of wood. And, you know, trying to stay away from all of the news on everything else that makes my head want to explode. So.

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600 WREC

03:13 min | 3 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on 600 WREC

"This is around Hillsdale in Shelby all the way up toward Wilsonville. But you know, you could disagree. That really is not standing out as a tornado threat right there. He may have some high winds, but that's looking a little bit better. Don't you think? West? Yeah. I just want to point out here across east Mississippi. We're tracking a tornado warning not far from Hamilton and marrying county, So I want to give you the first alert. Things are going to start ramping up again. This storm system that we talked about out over California yesterday. It's getting closer to us. And once we get all that energy in here tonight, these storms back to the West are going to start to intensify. We're seeing that right now. We had a warning. Looks like that warning just expired, JP, But right in here, you could see we've got a very strong storm That's around Columbus, Mississippi. Right. There was showing signs of rotation that this one is getting closer to marrying county. It's a severe thunderstorm warning right now, I think one of the big concerns that we're going to have tonight out there. We're gonna have a lot of cold air aloft. I'm worried about his hail having some large hail stones and that being a big risk out there tonight. So if you have a carport, make sure you park in the carport because that could be a big problem for us with some of these storms like what we saw and danced in the other night, Increasing risk for damaging winds and large hail. That is gonna be a growing threat this evening and into the overnight Look at the crawl of the top of the screen West. We haven't seen that in about 6.5 hours now. Yeah, Hopefully it stays that way, please. Right now we have no active tornado warnings, and this is the time that we like to go back. And since we don't have anything that's you know, pressing in terms of life threatening out there. We have that opportunity. We go back and look at some of the damage and kind of see where everything stands right down that we have a lot of reporters that were out there, gathering that earlier today, plenty of rain still out there and we still have that main line to come across later on tonight can't rule out additional tornado warnings. We still have a whole lot of wind shear out there. The instability is not really is highs was earlier, so that's good news. But there's a whole lot of wind shear would have to watch this for the rest of the evening. We can't go away. There's still a tornado watch in effect, and that tornado watch officially ends at seven p.m.. Storm Prediction. Center Aiken Guarantee until they get that front through here, they're not going to cancel a tornado. Watch until that dry air moves in will probably end up with the tornado watch at least until about three o'clock in the morning. S O with that things were a lot better right now. There are no severe thunderstorm warnings and no tornado warnings. In effect. All warnings have now expired. Across the state, or at least in our viewing area. So this is looking a lot better. Even the one in Dallas County eyes is gone, so we may have an atmosphere that's worked over enough to at least give us a little reprieve. Before we see the next round of active weather coming in later on tonight as that front comes through. Hey, Wes, let's go ahead and just kind of show you the back edge of this. And if you want to, maybe we discovered to the composite mode to give somebody just up. Good indication.

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

Newsradio 600 KOGO

03:42 min | 4 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO

"And culture from a former C I A perspective officer's perspective. The Buck Sexton podcast. Listen, wherever you listen to podcasts. I'm Kevin Dean. Coco's next real time Traffic update Just minutes away. Mostly sunny skies today Coast Up to 70 Inland 77 Mountains 54 Desert 73 Right now downtown. It looks like we are mostly sunny and 56. Kogo news. I'm 8 43 Well, the vacation rental issue is a problem in San Diego in the City Council has endorsed now a yearly cap that would cut the Number of Maura active vacation rentals by as much as 30% joining us on the Cockatoos Live line is, Lisa Halper said with Voice of San Diego. Good to have you back, Lisa? Good to be here. Does anyone know exactly how many vacation rentals there are in San Diego? No. And one of the reasons for that is that the platforms do not willingly share this information with the city of San Diego. And I think this is a more complicated industry than lots of folks realized. So, boy, you've looked into the rake vacation rental business and what I mean, What did you find? Well, what I found is, as I said, you know, this is a really complex industry. Um, you know, there's not a lot of great data that the city has on hand, even though it's been literally for about 6.5 years. There have been discussions about how to regulate these things. But there are all sorts of different estimates, um, from different groups that gather data, um, and to the data points that I have, um, you know, certainly There's been estimates of about 16,000 of them. Um, but but in a given year, you have a lot that you know, maybe your next door neighbor. When they go on vacation, they rent out their home. But most of the year. Obviously they're they're living there so that side effects a number of rentals at the city level, though just under about 6900 are actually registered to pay hotel taxes, but You know, some of them pay hotel taxes that they're required to pay through the platform like Airbnb on Ben. There are some different entities who you know, were nice enough to share some data with me. Um, that suggests that As of last month, For example, one data source granted kissed suggested that there are closer to about 13,900 rentals that are active in the city. Of those. I know everybody's always thinking about this whole home rentals the past week we hear about it is party house is about 81% or so of those would be whole home rentals. Um Then there's other data. I mean, I could just go on and on other data suggest closer to you know about 11,000 whole home rentals. Wow. Uh, one of the arguments you know is I said, you know, there's been so much debate for years and years of how to deal with these things. One of the arguments being made to finally get Regulation to the finish line is that that would allow the city to get a handle on just how many There are how they're how they're operating. And you know what? What is the best way to police these things and to make sure that bad actors are addressed? At least, Albert said. We wish we could take more time with this with voice of San Diego. You can obviously see your article online at voice of San Diego. But thank you so much for joining us this morning. Thank you for having me here. All right. It's a 46. And coming up. We have your traffic and your weather warning. This product contains nicotine. Nicotine is an addictive chemical. Nuvi Lomax. Nicotine patches have arrived..

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:39 min | 4 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on KQED Radio

"He used it ruthlessly as a tool. What he would do is sit in history in his work. Chur aunt he would have a pad of paper and a pen next to him on then he would pick up a metal source. Been turn it upside down and place it underneath the arm Rest. Then he would pick up to steel ball bearings. In his hand and rest his arm on the back of the chair on the arm rest, and then gradually, he would start to fall back and go to sleep. And so he didn't fall too far into sleep. What would happen is that his muscle tone would relax. He would release the steel ball bearings. They would crash on the source. But underneath him, wake him up, and then he would write down all of the ideas. Used having from its sleep. Isn't that brilliant? It is brilliant and s. So maybe the big invention that he had that changed our sleep patterns forever, really weren't a problem for him. So exactly what? Let's talk about how people slept before Edison and how that's changed. Yes, So it's actually a very interesting question, which is to say how always sleeping Right now in in first World countries on how should we be sleeping off those two the same And the answer perhaps is know that right now across most industrialized nations, the way we sleep is in one single about at night. It's what we call mano Physics sleep one phase of sleep. If you look at cultures that are untouched by electricity, So if you look at the kung in the California desert if you look at the Jabarah, for example in northern Kenya These are remarkably Remote cultures untouched this except by Western civilization. They tend to sleep in what we call a bi phase IQ Patton. They will have about 6.5 hours of sleep a night from sort of midnight through until dawn. Then, in the afternoon, they will have anywhere between 45 to 90 minutes of sleep, the siesta like behavior. And that seems to be perhaps how we were actually programmed to sleep. What's called, assisted by physically on the reason the argument is that everyone here around two or three or four PM in the afternoon If I have some measurement equipment on you that I can assess your physiological alertness, you all show a pre programmed genetically determined dip in your alertness. It's that you know when you've sort of being around the boardroom table in meetings after lunch, and you sort of start to get all these head nods going on, You know, it's not people listening to good music. It's that they're falling prey to this. Hardwire dipping your alertness. It's the SI estan nap behavior. You're listening to the science of sleep with Matthew Walker in conversation within Dreyfuss contests. This is city arts and lectures. What's interesting is that back a few years ago in Greece, where they were still having this sort of siesta profile least the males were turns out the most was now awake. They were about to abolish the siesta. The nap of behavior patent throughout society. And scientists said, Well, okay, if you're going to do that, Can we study it and rates off cardiovascular disease of stroke of diabetes? Off anxiety depression. These things skyrocketed as a consequence. You can even see that sleep manipulation twice a year when we shift the clocks back and forward when we shift.

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"about 6.5%" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

02:57 min | 4 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Vaccine Call center Still not able to make appointments for you due to problems still being worked out with a system that from health Commissioner Judy Purse Achille when asked when they might be up and running for appointments. Didn't have a specific update, but hopes it will be soon. I don't have a hard date on when they'll start scheduling. I hope to have that by the end of the week. She says The test of the system last week went fairly well. New Jersey County struggling to get enough vaccine for their own county clinics in Ocean County commissioners say their barrage daily with angry, often profane emails demanding they do better county government officials insist they're doing the best they can with what they have, which isn't much ocean gets less than 3000 doses a week from the state recently had their share cut 40%. More doses could be sent to other counties. It's still pending approval by the FDA. But Johnson and Johnson says they can deliver 20 million doses of their single shot vaccine by the end of March. If that happens, the U. S would have enough vaccine combined with Visor and Moderna supplies. Vaccinate roughly half the adult population. Police say they've spoken to the individual who suggested on Facebook. Physical violence should be used against those keeping schools closed in Sparta, It's in Sussex County. North Jersey. Com quotes police saying the person's been told to stay off school property and have no contact with school officials. The person who posted the comments doesn't even live in Sparta or Sussex County, and told police he has no intention. Visiting These union leaders are urging their officers to avoid approaching anyone they see with marijuana until a new law governing how miners it will be policed can be assessed. You say officers are at risk of criminal charges in civil liability, though some lawmakers say the current threshold really isn't being changed much. Senator Troy Singleton says police officers can be held liable now for overstepping their bands, though, that it comes with the high bar there's rarely successfully charged. My friends are not the ones that get rock candy. But lonely is a purposeful act, and it has to be a purposeful act. I tell them and how words opposes the compromise approved by the Legislature. I do feel you know that we're criminalizing actually, the police officers and that's going to make a lot of police officers. Think of looking the other way. Have the Statehouse Michael Simon's New Jersey one A 1.5 News Somebody jersey's first news, 5 41, It could mean a lot more money in your wallet and billions for the Garden State by the end of this week of Congress approves President Biden's American rescue plan. Designed to help crush the Kobe pandemic, according to Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone. The rescue plan includes an additional $1400 for millions of Jersey residents about 6.5 billion in direct state aid, almost three billion for Jersey towns and counties and about $2.5 billion for garden state schools. He said. The package also includes an extension of unemployment. Until the end of August, an extra $300 a week..

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KQED Radio

02:28 min | 5 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Comes from good eggs. Support for KQED comes from digital foundry software consulting, helping global businesses design, build and run innovative software since 1992. Or online, a digital foundry. Com and PG and E time of use rate plans can help Californians make clean energy choices because Maura plentiful, renewable resource is mean lower energy prices. Learn more at pg dot com slash t O you. Had slashed T o you info. I'm Dave Freeman on KQED. Good morning, the time 7 30. My from KQED news. I'm Brian what state health officials say all people 65 older are now eligible for coronavirus vaccinations. This comes as most Bay Area counties are still somewhere in the first phase, which includes frontline health care workers and residents of long term care facilities. Quds Polly striker has more The new state guidance offering Cove in 19 shots. Two people 65 Over opens the pool up to about 6.5 Million people, according to the state data show that over 65 are more likely to get hospitalized and die from cove. It Santa Clara County Council, James Williams said Wednesday. The county now has enough vaccine for seniors age 75 older, but as for offering covert shots, two people starting at age 65. We hope to be in a position to do that, as well as soon as we get more vaccine supply here locally, Solano County Health Officer Dr Bela Matyas sh is frustrated by the new guidance. He worries younger seniors will take limited vaccination slots from the over 75 group. Which he says is more vulnerable. The governor's announcement has the effect of greatly increasing the number of people who believe they are currently eligible without having given us any additional vaccine to do that, with state officials acknowledged that the complex phased rollout system has slowed vaccinations. For now, most Bay Area counties say how fast they can move. Depends in part on how much vaccine they're given. I'm Polly striker. KQED News. California may need to buy more power this coming summer if it wants to prevent the rolling blackouts that hit the state last year. That's one conclusion from a new report by the state grid operator and energy regulators. Officials with California's independent System operator Public Utilities Commission and Energy Commission say they share responsibility for.

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WGN Radio

01:43 min | 6 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WGN Radio

"WGN here, Steve Alexander And for the big O, and about 20 minutes ago door Dash started trading of a NASDAQ 33 Million shares are available, and the opening price had been set at $102. But because of the interest, big interest it opened at $182, which gives door dash evaluation of $6 billion trading right now, just over 1 83, so not a lot of movement from that opening bit. All of this interest despite door dash losing $149 million so far this year during a time that one would think would be very lucrative for food delivery services. Uncertainty around whether there will be another Corona relief bill, As you just heard in Lawrence Newscast is what's keeping Wall Street numbers lower right now. Right now, the S and P is down about 22. The Dow's Down 92. The NASDAQ is off 150 volatility is measured by the CBO way VIX has popped up. It's now up about 6.5%. Checking commodities. Crude oil has been either side of flat today, right out stand about three cents at 45 57 gold is tanking further down $31 an ounce That's about 1.7% at 18 43 parents, a green screen at the Chicago Board of Trade, where wheat is now up 11 and a quarter sense of 5 81 and a quarter Soybeans or trading 10.5, cents higher at 11, 56 and a quarter and corn is up four cents Now at 4, 23 and three quarters and that's your money on 7 20 WGN. And I'm Laurin Latka on Chicago's very own 7 20 w G. And all right, Terry Savage. He always popular guest right around the corner. Get in line. You're used to that. It's.

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WTOP

03:00 min | 9 months ago

"about 6.5%" Discussed on WTOP

"We're following this hour still about 6.5 weeks until election day, But this year with the pandemic, there are other ways to vote. If you don't want to stand in line on November, 3rd Early voting starts today in Virginia with early voting any registered voter in Virginia, Khun Goto the early voting locations specified by their counties, provided I D and cast their ballots starting today, you could do that in person early voting until October, 31st. Also, if you ask for were already requested a vote by mail ballad Those will start being mailed out today You're encouraged to fill it out and return it as soon as possible. If you do get a vote by mail ballot but decide to do early voting instead, you got to bring that untested ballot with you. The Lord in staying. W GOP knows Early in person voting in both Maryland and D. C begins next month in Maryland. Anyone who wants a mail in ballot must request it and those ballots will be sent out. Starting next week in D. C mail in ballots will be sent to every registered voter next month for everything you need to know about voting in the election. You can check w t o p dot com Search Voter guide. Virginia Supreme Court rejected an appeal from rapper Kanye West to appear on the state's presidential ballot. Numerous people who signed papers supporting West bid said they were misled about what they were signing. Democratic attorney general Mark hearing who opposed West's effort to get on the ballot, said the state Supreme Court's ruling should be the final word on the matter. The traditional flu season for countries in the Southern Hemisphere is wrapping up right now, and it's been a surprisingly mild flu season there. They never did see the anticipated double whammy of the flu in the Corona virus, both hitting at the same time their winter was one of the less number of cases of flu that they had in memory. Dr. Anthony found. CI, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, says We can learn from the Southern Hemisphere. Vouch, he tells w. T o p evidence strongly suggests that Corona Iris precautions, like wearing masks and staying away from crowds led to a very mild flu season. They're still concerned about the flu in the Corona virus, combining for a monster flu season in the U. S. But found, she says, Hopefully that precautions can help us avoid that. It is entirely possible that despite the fear that we were gonna have a double whammy that may not be the case, Nick in Delhi. W T O P News in 30 minutes we'll hear from Dr Fauci on when he thinks we can expect to Corona virus vaccine. Doctors learning about covert nineteens effects on the body are seeing signs of lasting heart damage, a study suggesting there's inflammation on the hearts of covert 19 survivors looked at Emory eyes of the heart on DH found small areas that laid up Dr Kulkarni is a cardiologists with Kaiser Permanente, at least for the moment. The suggestion is that clinically it doesn't mean much, he says. The research published in JAMA cardiology finds patients suffer no related symptoms or consequences..

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