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"alabama coal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:27 min | 5 months ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"NYC dot org and if you've done so already thank you it's morning edition from NPR news I'm Steve Inskeep and I'm no well king good morning coal miners have been deemed essential workers during the pandemic but they're also uniquely at risk and advocates say they need to be protected here is Sydney bowls of W. M. M. T. and the Ohio valley resource coal miners start their shifts getting changed in closely packed rooms they ride rail cars to their worksite shoulder to shoulder sometimes for more than an hour and once they're underground ventilation designed to tamp down coldest circulates air through the mine there's no possible way to stay six foot apart in the minds at all the Stevens mind call for eleven years in Kentucky before he left the industry in part because of concerns for worker safety he doesn't trust coal companies to keep workers safe you can be almost section with fourteen million one guy gets sick all fourteen of them guys is gonna get sick at one point time with the same stuff but the other guy health concerns for both current and retired miners Dr Brandon Crum is a radiologist in Pikeville Kentucky who identifies miners who have black lung disease a progressive and deadly condition he says even minors who don't have a black lung diagnosis can have reduced lung function after years or even decades underground even though we know there are high Rios being able to show that and documented and to follow it is going to be very difficult I think com the started calling patients one by one to make sure they have protective equipment that's the only way that I know to do it so we're starting with the worst and working our way back to individually call these guys and if they need mast they can come in while supplies last the federal mine safety and health administration or ensure it says it encourages coal mine operators to take health precautions some mines have closed voluntarily and one mine operator told me he started providing hand sanitizer to his man but I'm sure has not issued specific policies to keep mine workers safe any precautions mine operators want to take our voluntary that's not good enough says Jermaine Assistant Secretary for M. Shah under the Obama administration with the government declares and national emergency and tells those that are considered essential workers go to work to make sure the economy continues to operate but we're really not going to make sure you're protected the way that you should be S. wall call miners have tested positive for coke at nineteen and at least two Alabama coal mines and one in Pennsylvania but then she says it doesn't have a comprehensive data on how many miners have tested positive for clothing nineteen they're not keeping track and coal states like West Virginia Kentucky and Wyoming are not providing numbers either John you're right is with the energy and environment cabinet in Kentucky you're going to stay on the coal companies are not required to notify the cabinet of any positive coping nineteen track and we do not know of any inspectors or miners who have gotten you know Bobby Stevens the former coal miner we heard from earlier said he's worried for minors who may have black lung disease and not know it or no they have the disease and work anyway but then guys probably got the same mentality is that they've got a family we gotta go for seizing extra pressure during the pandemic as demand for energy collapses many minds have laid off workers or even shut down for NPR.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

07:00 min | 5 months ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on KCRW

"The listeners who support this NPR station it's morning edition from NPR news I'm no well king and I'm Steve Inskeep good morning Brazil is becoming the world's latest coronavirus hot spot it is now number three in the world with more confirmed covert nineteen cases than any other country except for two the United States is the world leader in corona virus cases followed by Russia in Brazil's largest city sao Paulo the mayor is warning the healthcare system is near collapse he and other officials are begging people to stay inside even though the president share Bolsonaro is urging just the opposite NPR's Philip Reeves in Rio de Janeiro either fill hi what's the situation in so Paulo well it's pretty serious the state's been scrambling to set up field hospitals and adding intensive care beds and buying respirators it's got nearly five thousand registered deaths and more than sixty thousand recorded cases there's been a sharp rise in the coastal areas now out in the interior of the state and you know they're struggling to cope in the greater sao Paulo metropolitan area almost ninety percent of intensive care beds already occupied and as you mentioned the mayor of sao Paulo's warning that the the health system could collapse completely in two weeks if people don't start taking social isolation more seriously every day he of the state government go in the media to urge people to stay at home so self hello giant city even bigger than New York facing the kind of calamity that New York faced and what is the president of Brazil sack well there is an open conflict between the state and particularly its governor Zhou and Doria and boasts an auto over this and and it's getting more acrimonious by the day both models opposes social isolation Brazil's heading for a very severe recession he wants the economy to open up now yeah we're in the middle of a worsening pandemic he doesn't even have a health minister right now the last one resigned last week after less than a month in the job the wonderful that was funded by both note of both those previous health ministers favored social isolation measures but both are not is is against the money's gone he's also treating social distancing with contempt he encourages crowds of his supporters to gather outside the presidential palace he goes out to greet them he did this Sunday and wound up doing push ups with some guys dressed in military uniforms trying to project limits I think that you know if you're a fit tough Brazilian this virus a little flu as both an hour's cold it won't hurt you it as it only impacts the old will people with pre existing medical conditions okay when president trump has said some things dismissing that social isolation or keeping it in place so long I was pointed out that state governors made the decision in the U. S. what about in Brazil when there's a conflict between state and national authority well it's it's the same as the supreme court's actually put the the the management of the pandemic into the hands in many ways of the governors and the mass and in some areas in the north the northeast where health systems already overwhelmed they have lockdowns but in much of the country the the governor is urging people to stay inside but not enforcing this very strongly so a lot of people are still going out a lot of areas have shops that are still open in sao Paulo for example that only managed to reduce numbers on the streets by about fifty percent the government says that's not enough and he's considering imposing a much stricter lockdown and if that happens the conflict between the state and both in our would sharply escalate NPR's Philip Reeves thanks very much you're welcome coal miners have been deemed essential workers during the pandemic but they're also uniquely at risk and advocates say they need to be protected here is Sydney bowls of W. M. M. T. and the Ohio valley resource coal miners start their shifts getting changed in closely packed rooms they ride rail cars to their worksite shoulder to shoulder sometimes for more than an hour and once they're underground ventilation designed to tamp down coldest circulates air through the mine there's no possible way to stay six foot apart in our minds at all the Stevens mind call for eleven years in Kentucky before he left the industry in part because of concerns for worker safety he doesn't trust coal companies to keep workers safe you can be almost section with fourteen million one guy gets sick all fourteen of them guys is gonna get sick at one point time what the signs that but the other guy health concerns for both current and retired miners Dr Brandon Crum is a radiologist in Pikeville Kentucky who identifies miners who have black lung disease a progressive and deadly condition he says even minors who don't have a black lung diagnosis can have reduced lung function after years or even decades underground even though we know there are high Rios being able to show that and documented and to follow it is going to be very difficult I think com the started calling patients one by one to make sure they have protective equipment that's the only way that I know to do it so we're starting with the worst and working our way back to individually call these guys and if they need mast they can come in while supplies last the federal mine safety and health administration or enjoy it says it encourages coal mine operators to take health precautions some mines have closed voluntarily and one mine operator told me he started providing hand sanitizer to his man but I'm sure has not issued specific policies to keep mine workers safe any precautions mine operators want to take our voluntary that's not good enough says Jermaine Assistant Secretary for M. Shah under the Obama administration within government declares a national emergency and tells those that are considered essential workers go to work to make sure the economy continues to operate but we're really not going to make sure you're protected the way that you should be a small coal miners have tested positive for coke at nineteen and at least two Alabama coal mines and one in Pennsylvania but then she says it doesn't have a comprehensive data on how many miners have tested positive for clothing nineteen they're not keeping track and coal states like West Virginia Kentucky and Wyoming are not providing numbers either John you're right is with the energy and environment cabinet in Kentucky yet at a fairly cold companies are not required to notify the cabinet of any positive coke in nineteen and we do not know of any inspectors or miners who have gotten L. Bobby Stevens the former coal miner we heard from earlier said he's worried for minors who may have black lung disease and not know it or no they have the disease and work anyway but then guys probably got the same mentality is that they've got a family we gotta go for it seizing extra pressure during the pandemic as demand for energy collapses many minds have laid off workers.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:31 min | 10 months ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on KCRW

"Gingerly on the ice in the Masina Rena where Karen and Ronald all this waited for their grandsons hockey game to start for decades thousands of children here might have looked ahead to a job at one of the northern New York town's auto for aluminum plants now most of them have shut down Karen lamented the toll job losses taken on the area she's felt in the hockey community here we've lost some Greek families that really supported the program it had to move on but those factories relied on something still going strong the hydro power dam right here on the Saint Lawrence river today energy infrastructure that provided power in the past sometimes right on site appeals to an emerging industry electricity hungry datacenters sites were industrial dinosaurs were left for dead a Pennsylvania steel plant in North Carolina textile mill in Alabama coal fired power plant had been re animated as homes for computers used for digital data operations ointment runs a data center inside of former aluminum plant here in Masina that was built to accommodate the extreme heat generated from smelting these noisy computers inside it now gets pretty hot too says coin mint chief operating officer nor perky all this is another reason why this site is so attractive because it's so far north and that has the scenario with this I'm not gonna call it naturally.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on KCRW

"Gingerly on the ice in the mist scenery and out where Karen and Ronald all this waited for their grandsons hockey game to start for decades thousands of children here might have looked ahead to a job at one of the northern New York town's auto for aluminum plants now most of them have shut down Karen lamented the toll job losses taken on the area she started in the hockey community here we've lost some Greek families that really supported the program it had to move on but those factories relied on something still going strong the hydro power dam right here on the Saint Lawrence river today energy infrastructure that provided power in the past sometimes right on site appeals to an emerging industry electricity hungry datacenters sites were industrial dinosaurs were left for dead a Pennsylvania steel plant in North Carolina textile mill in Alabama coal fired power plant had been re animated as homes for computers used for digital data operations ointment runs a data center inside of former aluminum plant here in Masina that was built to accommodate the extreme heat generated from smelting these noisy computers inside it now gets pretty hot too says coin mint chief operating officer nor Berkey all this is another reason why this site is so attractive because it's so far north and that has the scenario with this I'm not gonna call it naturally a conditioning.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

Tha Boxing Voice

08:38 min | 11 months ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on Tha Boxing Voice

"Not even Brandon Brandon. Sorry accused that was skype. Yeah Yeah my well yelling at the nicotine even me much gray of what's up. Hey Eddie too risky. Kennedy's land there Ryan to Ricky. Ortiz is a type of fame in front of. And Yeah you can always learn the right hand Almost defied Steph will get like free. You can move around the ring good movements not want to risk fourteen. I'll be right there the whole night. Can he be ready in February. Yeah he could be ready February. But I'm worried about fucking promotion man three months. We'll fight of this magnitude. They you gotTa really get the ball rolling on this Is there any other way out there that can do water run for his money. Well I mean we're looking at it theory. That's why the super fight heater. You know. Quote Essential Boxer mover while the heavy hand so Dallas declare the perfect mattress. So He's the guy that can do it if anybody else can buy or teeth. I like insane over the younger. FAA's job then you do watch. Joyce wanted gas last time use The rest of the show. My Uh still smoking. Crack but Acropolis Council talent king. Floyd Mayweather. Don't do it Bro. Favorite player of all time. I don't WANNA get injured. Her be killed powerful pound at one hundred. Twenty six yeah. You're BOB'S LA trying to sign him up lineup with Loma he's one hundred and forty pounds killer man. JT CHICAGO JT. Is that fighting in style to do the always online every hand. No He What you got thirty six minutes to work with you always is on land? That at least wants to look twice and as far as having enough time For the fury funny I feel like yeah because the five Saturday basically it's foreign meant damn spines. Yeah that was basically. It's fine there. I WANNA see it. It was It was a nice by one. Alaska louder two zero zero damage. He he it was a chance chance that something was gonNA happen but like he is like you said like he basically play with Louise here by beating just it even the distance Hardwood Walgreen. Oh that's a good suggestion. Yeah that'd be a real the South Pole then land left on fury Like coach like coach. He could get ready. The reason I t's I don't think you could even Beatles you noted the codes Joey Marches Training Fema Lopez for the Komai. Fight Right now now. I unloaded not. I knew that But the reason I feel he could beat them because Louise was really like he really had to get up. But I don't take a the man I'm trying. That's the same thing. I'M SAN DO. A canal only casualties right now got to get them right now. You don't fucking Dan is no way is November. I'll say Delia should take them. There's really no time y'all dealer should take them to A Saudi Arabia fighting. We let me see we got Liam Talk to US whatever Liam Liam when we doing from UK all day Yeldan continuity questions. So it graveness. All right I was GONNA say. Do you think that while does approach to the fight was too risky or will he always land that right hand cancer with a question. You've been to a boxing. Did you have a Mr Clinton. Oh sit you got jokes. See Calling Lewis OTC punching bag man. The best say he's ever been in his lifetime. bessie Evelyn He. He won all six rounds. According to some people call them a punch it got one. He's not he's not the head movements. Boy Loyd Captain Range Box Wilde's whenever whenever wild will say all right. We'll while to be ready for the rematch. February twenty-second Allen's GonNa. Take him to practice throwing one punch. Okay if the promotion will not regret it and I don't think I don't think While we already came came out amid the announcement yet fighting on February twenty-second every time wilder has been questioned about it. He's he's avoided he doesn't want to answer it straight he's like hopefully cut it. How you gotTa Watch this stuff? I did with him in In in Alabama couple of weeks ago or a week ago. Whatever it was he definitely said the contracts are signed Rayfield and Kim a reporting contracts sign sewing when you're going back to Alabama Woah? You going back in January. I mean if if this happened in you know I'm going back. It's just it's just cold out there amount. Hope it warms up a little bit way. Honestly Alabama's will be coded Shit. I don't like the cold at all Alabama coal or New Jersey to see all know the difference Dan The reason I know is coding aband- because it caught me by surprise I got up and it was thirty degrees. I'M GONNA fuck no one on our negative November. You think you're going to be hot. I expect thirty. It was like fucking fifty sixties up. where I'm I'm living Bro? I go now is probably like forty seven right now. Now let me check but let me get a call in the meantime who we got Patrick Hirota talked to him for eight in the Rod so the same forty six over here. What's up Patrick it? Wilders fighting style too risky or will he always land that punching in good morning right back at you bring up this morning. Good one that one is Yet nah he's got that punch knock how you know he's got that Zukang okay. So He's definitely not risk as his game. Brandon is doing very good I will wild to be ready for the fury rematch. Yes one hundred percent one hundred percent. He didn't want all the rounds. Twelve around seven rounds didn't get too much damage but yeah he's he's hit it not nice and low so I think there shouldn't be a problem if no fury fight next. Who should he fight? What was that? If he doesn't five fury next. Who should he fight? Sorry procup Say That question again. Sorry if if he doesn't fight fury who should he fight. I think Andy Reid underneath will will win so oh I think he's GonNa go Andy Reid. I think they should do the. I think personally certain throw offender should do already the press conference inference for Fury Wilder. The week.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:49 min | 1 year ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Donovan kevin wilson safety from texas am with the two hundred thirteenth overall pick and they had a couple seventh round picks <hes> the two hundred eighteenth pick overall was used to take mike guebre underclass running back from ohio state and i got i got to at least say that peaks curiosity when he leaves early and then ends up being a seventh round pick now they already have a couple of ohio state buckeyes on the depth chart. They're in big rod smith. Was there with elliott a year ago and now you had mike weber into the mix with the draft. If you don't figure a guy like that is going to play a lot i presume rod smith but alfred morris is there on the depth chart jordan sean tony pollard good thing ezekiel elliott signed. Are they panos too much. That's yet to be seen but <hes> they tended lyle collins jalen. Smith cowboys are serious about putting something bundy gather for a while not just chasing something from year to year and that's what that's what happens when you try to do the dream team thing in the national football colleague just reviewing draft <hes> big big pick for the new york giants they took god daniel jones sixth overall surprise as pick at least in the eyes of cleveland browns quarterback baker mayfield dexter loris huge pass rusher. We didn't get to see him january for glimpsing because he was suspended <hes> seventeenth teeth overall pick silicon for the giants had two number ones they used one of them on dextra lawrence de'andre baker a and of course the browns gave them that pick in addition to djibril peppers a first round pick in two thousand thousand and seventeen julian love quarterback for notre dame in the fourth round owes shane za za minus this defensive end from old dominion dander baker quarterback from georgia h. A. gary payton familiar name from auburn corey ballantyne quarterback from washburn. I'm mary with me but i was around washburn because i don't know myself chris layton defensive tackle from syracuse and george asaf oooo agi tackle from kentucky wow with their other <unk> seventh round pick two hundred thirty second overall eagles didn't have much <hes> in the way of a draft but they took andre dillard tackle guard hybrid from washington state with the twenty second overall pick. They took the successor to saquon barkley. That doesn't really mean anything. Mile sanders could move the eagles also acquired jordan howard in the offseason j._j. Are siga whiteside wide receiver for from stanford double dip on penn state a little bit thinking sharieff miller in the fourth round with one hundred thirty eighth back and then they took the northwestern quarterback clayton layton thorson and that's what the eagles needed proved that they needed some shops. They brought in josh mccown. That's how desperate they were. At the quarterback position redskins spent the fifteenth overall pick dwayne haskins from ohio state as second first-round first-round pick they used it to take monte sweat edge rusher from mississippi state hooked haskins up with one of his ohio state targets terry maclaurin lawrence in the third round bryce love one time i had heisman candidate from stanford hundred twelfth overall pick west us martin indiana ross pure sharper offensive lineman alabama coal hawk on linebacker north carolina kelvin harman wide receiver north carolina state jimmy moreland from jimmy madison yeah quarterback from james madison taken with the two hundred and twenty seventh overall pick and then another defensive end from oklahoma state jordan braille offered taken with the two hundred and fifty third pick and you know the redskins treated for alex smith one year next year the trading for case keenum. They've got called koi. They bring in dwayne. Haskins ends up being case keenum job basically out of camp. We'll dwayne has split. I think it's the same question. The giants are asking themselves..

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"alabama coal" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

The Kevin Sheehan Show

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show

"I think the main thing about having a good running game. You gotta believe in running game. And your whole team has to receivers your offense of line. You get a guy that gets gets positive yards. Just like Peterson did last year you feel like man, I got somebody that could get the job done. And so I mean, you always looking for those guys that can once it gets line scrimmaging get that extra two three yards. And that's something that we've always looked for the rest of their draft. I don't know how deep you would go with any of these guys, but they drafted west Martin a guard from Indiana in the late latter portion of the fourth round Ross, peer. Dr a guard center from Alabama coal Holcomb from North Carolina Kelvin hormone wide receiver that a lot of people thought would go earlier from North Carolina State a corner from J M U Jimmy Moreland in defensive end from Oklahoma state. Jordan, braille for'de do you have any did you have any opinions or did you see any of those guys? You know, I didn't really study them enough to really have opinion. Okay. The I heard different opinions from different people. But I did look at those guys. Those guys myself. Watch you know, twenty or thirty highlight plays on them not enough to really give you my opinion. But you liked sweat a whole lot in terms of his upside. And you feel the same about MacLaurin the wide receiver from Ohio staff. Yeah. I really liked those guys and on Haskins. I mean you've shared with us. You know, what you think the concerns would be? But also what the strengths are. Is it a guy does your gut tell you? It's a guy that's gonna take a little while and that the organization needs to be patient with once to anytime, you're on a different system from college, and pro football, it's been take a little while it won't take long to figure out how easy it is. For a guy like asking to stepping up into the pockets slide be able to go through progressions how quickly does but you'll see very very quickly, or at least the first month is a natural as gonna take a little bit longer and process of you know, going through. Through your your rates your coverages, and is something that takes some time. But some guys can do it very quickly other guys it takes a little bit longer. But the thing that he has such great arm strength. He such physical player that you know, he can make all the throws as soon as you figure out if he can processing quickly go from first second third receiver. And he does that then you've got somebody very special. But you do think that it's one of those things because what I'm hearing from you is you get through a few mini camp and training camp practices. You're going to have a really good sense. As to you know. What he's capable of. Or how long it's going to take. Without a question. I think, you know, very quickly on, you know, this is gonna take awhile. But it doesn't mean a guy can't get it. Right by you know, what you're saying half a season. And you may go half a season saying my God. This guy has picked it up record -ly or just the opposite. You know? This guy's gonna is gonna take some more time we have we can see the physical attributes. But you know, the process of being a quarterback in national football is more just great arms rate than being physical guy, and, you know, call place. I mean, you gotta go through the process very quickly and very few guys can do it. And once you have one of those guys try not to lose them look on there. There've been so many reports over the last going back to the night before the draft the day of the draft the days after and I'm sure you're familiar with some of them about how Haskins was a Dan Snyder. You know, put his fist down on the table. This is our guy, and you know, I've learned and from a lot of the reporting out there that that not all the football people neces-. -sarily were were in line with with you know, Haskins. Fifteen do you have you know?.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

04:04 min | 1 year ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on WEEI

"Now. For Mark Malone. It's Ryan Weber. Fine allow the program that will do it again tomorrow than the back was he on Saturday for the final instalment of the Brian Weber showed them we shut down the hot take factory at least my involvement in it. Because it just like that classic scene from I love Lucy with a conveyor belt just keeps on spinning. The content piece lot more to get done in the next few days. We have more business to attend to in this final hour of the show with thirty minutes. Talking NBA LeBron's growing warrior issues who's the best team in the east will cover it all Kurt healing from pro basketball, talk dot com. Get back to the college football analysis. I rarely agree with Nick Sabin on many things, I think he is a petty tyrant. I respect his coaching accurate as achievements. I just don't like the way he handles things. And some of this is a byproduct of an anecdote from years ago. It's going to be storytime with on cool Bri during the holidays. Because I know you love it. When I read my resume. Let's go back here. That's the one thousand nine hundred ninety six. I'm calling Stanford football on the radio must have really screwed that job up because I only had it for one year. Now in my defense, the radio station changed so new station wants a new guy. Plus, I was twenty six I know. This is stunning. I was feeling pretty good about myself and my mid twenties, and I was working with a guy who was seventy-five and did not want to be in the booth on may, but great experience, and I love college football as much as I love the NFL. So the spend that kind of year around the program, I was allowed to sit in on coaches meetings. I had incredible access because Tyrone Willingham is a very generous person. Now, I know it didn't work out at Washington. Also notice the never coached again because he's got pride. And yes, if you go winless that is a major demurred on your resume, but he's a man of faith a man of character a man of integrity. He also transform Stanford had a good. Run initially at Notre Dame. So as I'm calling the games that year Stanford winds up at the sun bowl. Now when Stanford was terrible. That was the big deal and Harbaugh shows up changes everything David Shaw sustains it, but especially as an alum remembering how bad that program was to go to any bowl game was significant. We were taking on Michigan state. We at the time because I was calling the games. I speak French here on NBC sports radio saban's coaching Michigan state. He's transform that program. That was down since George poor walked away. Most of the chatter that week was. Is gonna stay at Michigan state, and he's sitting up there at the data's being peppered with questions saying all the right things about this is a dream job. I'm amid west guy, I'm here in the big ten. I know what? The history of Michigan state is the tie with Notre Dame in nineteen sixty six Duffy Daugherty company. Bubba smith. And some phenomenal players in the late nineteen sixties and Sabin the saying all these things like he's running for governor. What happened? SEC called. Now what happened? The NFL calls, and then what happened Alabama coal? So I don't begrudge coaches taking advantage of opportunities. Now, I would like to see much more player movement. And if you have a problem with the graduate transfer rule, that's a you problem if somebody has already gotten their degree they have the right to move to a different team. And yes, it's changed college football. But the whole system is broken..

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"alabama coal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:15 min | 2 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on AP News

"More like a mother than a sister. She held their hand to school bus and onto the bus every day. She was she's holding their hand when they were the pickup drivers charged with three counts of reckless homicide. This is AP radio news. A twenty one year old Illinois man, who is said to have told friends he was sick of his parents has confessed to killing them and dumping their bodies into a river about forty miles from their home in Peoria police, say Jose Ramirez told them he pepper sprayed his parents as they slept Friday night and then stabbed them to death. Their bodies were found today. An Alabama coal company is under investigation in Colombia Colombian, authorities are focusing on irregular payments allegedly made by Alabama based Drummond company to a contractor who was convicted in twenty thirteen of killing two union leaders who worked at Drummond, the tempo newspaper reports eight Drummond executives will be summoned to explain the unusually high payments Drummond is not the first US corporation to be accused of financing paramilitary groups in two thousand seven Cincinnati-based Chiquita Brands International pleaded guilty to paying right wing delicious. But Chiquita claimed it was extorted and paid out of fear to avoid violent retaliation. I'm Mike Rossier? I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. Or listening to the AP digital news network. The UK will start taxing big internet companies Britain's Treasury chief Philip Hammond unveiled the new tax Mondays he outlines his punch it companies typically pay their taxes where they're based. But while local governments can impose a sales tax on physical goods in shops and restaurants that has not been the case with online service providers in the EU foreign companies like Amazon, Google and Facebook pay what tax they owe in the country where they have their regional base, usually a low tax haven like Ireland. So the businesses generate little or no tax revenue in countries like the UK where they have significant operations having said the digital sales tax will be structured to apply to established tech giant's rather than tech startups. He also emphasized that it was not an online sales tax on goods ordered over the internet. Japanese automaker Honda Motor company. Is reporting. Twenty one percent jump in its profit in the last quarter and cost cuts and healthy motorcycle sales. The company says it's July through September profit was two hundred ten point seven billion yen or one point nine billion US dollars up from one hundred seventy four billion yen quarterly sales edged up nearly two percent from year earlier to three point eight four trillion yen or thirty four billion US dollars and this has caused from recalls, and litigation really the two defective airbag inflators made by Takata fell helping lifted spot and wine sales of Honda's and box series in Japan were strong during the quarter and truckin civic sedan sales were solid in the US motorcycle sales were strong in India, Vietnam, and Indonesia and production was expanded at a plant in India. Foodmakers are clamoring to get their products declared healthy as the federal government seeks to redefine the term AP. Correspondent Warren Levinson reports. What does the word healthy mean on a food label in one thousand nine hundred four when the food and Drug administration I established rules. It meant limited fat and cholesterol content. But nutrition sciences a moving target and since the FDA announced three years ago that it was updating the term foodmakers have lined up to claim the word healthy for their own makers of pizza bagels and dumplings say they should qualify as part of a healthy diet. So do producers of chewing gum and bottled water. The FDA says it's looking for a definition that consumers can trust is based in science Warren Levinson, New York, Trump and Pittsburgh attack. I'm Tim Maguire. The AP news of funerals were held today for four the eleven people killed in last Saturday's massacre inside a Pittsburgh synagogue, President Trump first lady Melania Trump arrived at the tree of license after today's services which were held in other areas and just down the street protesters demanded Trump. I go home rabbi Walter Jacobs. After attending the funeral for one of the eleven victims says Trump's visit doesn't change what happened. It's very kind.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on AP News

"There, be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump first lady Melania their daughter, Ivanka and her husband, Jared traveled to Pittsburgh to pay tribute to those killed in last Saturday synagogue massacre, the president and first lady placing one white Rosebud and a stone at the memorials to each of the victims outside the synagogue where they died Trump's visit comes just three days after three eleven people were killed at the tree of life. Synagogue, holocaust survivor Judah Shamet survived the shooting services at nine forty five. And usually I'm dead on time. But this time a my housekeeper kept me for four minutes. Those four minutes enough for him to avoid the shooting. Shamet says after that. I know not to depend on humanity funerals for four the victims held today. Others will take place through Friday in Pittsburgh, president says he's thinking about using an executive order to eliminate the constitutional protection of citizenship for children born in this country to non-citizens are those in the country illegally house speaker Paul Ryan says it doesn't work that way. What is very clear as you can't change this via executive Fiat at the very least they would have to be statutory through congress. The question over the Burt right birthright for children of non-citizens was answered by the US supreme court in eighteen ninety eight nine year old girl and her twin six-year-old brothers are dead. Hit by a pickup truck as they crossed the northern Indiana road to board a school bus this morning. A fourth child is in critical condition. This man the ankle to the three children who were killed tells W R TV his niece was a tremendous person. She treated those boys more like a mother and a sister. She held their hand to school bus and onto the bus every day. She was hand she's holding their hand when they were hit the pickup drivers charged with three counts of reckless homicide. This is AP radio news. A twenty one year old Illinois man, who is said to have told friends he was sick of his parents has confessed to killing them and dumping their bodies into a river about forty miles from their home in Peoria police, say Jose Ramirez told them he pepper sprayed his parents, they slept Friday night and then stabbed them to death. Their bodies were found today. An Alabama coal company is under investigation in Colombia Colombian, authorities are focusing on irregular payments allegedly made by Alabama based Drummond company to a contractor who was convicted in twenty thirteen of killing two union leaders who worked at Drummond, the tempo newspaper reports eight Drummond executives will be summoned to explain the unusually high payments Drummond is not the first US corporation to be accused of financing paramilitary groups in two thousand seven Cincinnati-based Chiquita. Brands International pleaded guilty to paying. Right wing militias..

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"alabama coal" Discussed on AP Radio News

AP Radio News

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on AP Radio News

"Entertainment design, just for you, then checkout, customizable, streaming TV from finishing. It makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended? He gives you, customizable, streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to expend dot com. A one eight hundred spineta or visit a store today. To learn more restrictions apply. AP radio news. I'm Tim McGuire. President Trump firstly Malania their daughter, Ivanka and her husband, Jared traveled to Pittsburgh to pay tribute to those killed in last Saturday synagogue massacre, the president and first lady placing one white Rosebud and a stone at the memorials to each the victims outside the synagogue where the died Trump's visit comes just three days after three eleven people were killed at the tree of life. Synagogue, holocaust survivor Judah Shamet survived the shooting services at nine forty five in news the debt on time. But this time a my housekeeper kept me for four minutes. Those four minutes enough for him to avoid the shooting. Shamet says after that. Eighteen you Minniti, I know not to depend on humanity funerals for four the victims held today. Others will take place through Friday in Pittsburgh, president says he's thinking about using an executive order to eliminate the constitutional protection of citizenship for children born in this country. Non-citizens are those in the country illegally house speaker Paul Ryan says it doesn't work that way. What did you very clear, you can't change this via executive Fiat at the very least it would have to be statutory congress. The question over the Vert, right? Birthright for children of non-citizens was answered by the US supreme court in eighteen ninety eight a nine year old girl and her twin six-year-old brothers are dead. Hit by a pickup truck as they crossed northern Indiana road aboard a school buses morning. A fourth child is in critical condition. This man, the two to the three children who were killed tells W TV his niece was a tremendous person. She treated those boys more like a mother than a sister. She. Held her hand the school bus and onto the bus every day. She was hand she's holding their hand when they were hit the pickup drivers charged with three counts of reckless homicide. This is AP radio news. A twenty one year old Illinois man, who is said to have told friends he was sick of his parents has confessed to killing them and dumping their bodies into a river about forty miles from their home in Peoria police, say Jose Ramirez, stole them, he pepper sprayed his parents as they slept Friday night and then stabbed them to death. Their bodies were found today. An Alabama coal company is under investigation in Columbia Lumbini. Authorities are focusing on irregular payments allegedly made by Alabama-based Drummond company to a contractor who was convicted in two thousand thirteen of killing two union leaders who worked at Drummond, the tempo newspaper reports eight Drummond executives will be summoned to explain the unusually high payments Drummond is not the first US corporation to be accused of financing paramilitary groups in two thousand seven Cincinnati-based Chiquita Brands International pleaded guilty to paying right wing malicious. But Chiquita claimed it was extorted and paid out of fear to avoid violent retaliation. I Mike Rossier? I'm Tim Maguire AP radio news. One entertainment designed just for you, then checkout. Customizable, streaming TV from expanding it makes your life simple easy. Awesome. Expended? He gives you, customizable, streaming TV options. Enjoy the most free shows anywhere on any device and even access your streaming apps right on your TV with x one. Go to spin dot com. A one eight hundred eighty or visit a store today. To learn more restrictions apply.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Morning I just I found I guess it, would be morose. Lawyer. Something like that okay, our Rosa by morning I that lying that asks right. Off something like that Something like that the, whole song? Would. Be another Jewish he's a big deceiver, I mean the. Whole. Song would be nothing, but about how she's just that person you know yeah I don't know you, don't do? Now I'm so glad. You didn't do that I'm telling you I could go there and I. Think it would work better than Macarena I like to my idea which was at all Is. That what you're right now was oh my Sharona Was in bad except I mean, the, singing of Begun on it I. Mean it's just it's not? Like, a great vocal you know what I mean well, we went with, releasing already now Whoa whoa whoa that? Was, for my your dress down comment Seriously when I was in. Little, league. We. Were assured just like that under a uniform There you, go so still considering it still kicking around every time, I bring up a parody parody should I do The listeners. In the viewers they get a hold of me they want me to do desperado, every single song That isn't good song morose I can't, do it for every song I've done it. For so many already yeah although it is my mom's? Favorite. Song so it wouldn't be horrible to do that I guess. It would be if that's your mom's favorite yeah Unlike you and carry wearing? So Do that maybe. She didn't know one hundred percent my mom didn't call it say what's up with. Kerry Wow is she gonna? Play is she she actually said that. She had a softball team what's happening after the show No Championships in the playoffs to the softball league, now not. Yet we're just started so I don't have a parody. Today I'm considering. Morosi you. Liar I'm considering. That we'll. See Let me ask you this and then I'm, gonna move. Past on Russia because I'm done with it but the. President I guess. Tweeted out. That she's a. Dog yes He, actually just said you're she's a. Dog Let me I can find the exact. Tweet us maximum under give you this upfront we're going to do some Trump tweets and who's gonna let you know because. I just go ahead, and, open it up I'll open up the Trump tweets we'll just do it that way Why did. It yesterday and I think. That they wanted to come back. Now here's in tweeted much today so? I'm not really sure about? When did he say, the dog comment, did he raise home on I. Want to say was this morning Really I see, Alabama, coal. Mine. Okay I haven't councils from August August fourteenth at six thirty one a. m. what Lucy hold on now I got open it up don't do it I have a terrorist. Attacks in London Is that. Up here it is okay let's open Trump tweets.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

Talk Radio WPHT 1210

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on Talk Radio WPHT 1210

"Is an absolute government priority where? You got to get in there and you've got to? Legislate accordingly and you got to regulate accordingly and the way to do that is to try to cripple industries by doing things? Like the Obama administration did with this clean water rule which was designed to kill the coal, industry, designed to, kill it now imagine a presidential debate in twenty twenty when they ask candidate Bernie Sanders or candidate Elizabeth Warren will you try. To put back in the clean water rule what are, they going to say and how are the coal miners gonna react to that how are the coal. Miners in West Virginia going to react to that of the coal miners in Virginia and these other places how, are they going to react to that when the democrat. Candidate stands up there and says yes because Cole Is bad and we? Got to get rid of coal because coal is, dirty, etc etc The problem Democrats. Have forget, the midterms the. Midterms if the Democrats win. The house I, wouldn't be surprised I mean, they may not I'm not making prediction yet it's too early but I wouldn't be surprised but that's way different than the presidential election in twenty twenty, way. Different And you, see articles like this. Out of, the Atlantic hope. And change in Alabama coal. Mine and these, guys are making investments in, the hiring again they're they're buying all this big machinery that's expensive machinery They right during the Obama years we were watching our hours trying to squeeze more, productivity, from fewer workers there were few opportunities for overtime pay. We, want, overtime in the last year we've seen more overtime That means more opportunities for vacation with his two six year old. Grandchildren in may he and his wife took them at DisneyWorld for five days. In the week after the reporters spoke to him, he and his. Wife were headed down a Gulf shores for. Their own trip it's all just allow, for little extra money and it goes a long way the writer of this piece from the Atlantic again Eliana elaina plot she wrote every time I spoke to. Everyone I spoke to, you for this story whether at the coal mine itself or within local businesses seem to express sincere excitement. About voting in November's midterm elections that they'll vote for Republicans, is largely unsurprising it's Alabama after all but their enthusiasm. May signal higher than usual turnout for midterm election in the region. Quote for this area when you. See evil elected someone who cares about our industry it makes you want. To get out there in November you. Don't have to encourage people around here. To vote right now It's a vote in their view. For the revival of their industry yet not lost on them, is the is a is a chance that Trump could. Also seal its demise them get into the tariffs on steel imports And that's what I've said tariffs could become politically toxic. For the administration down the road and, this is not a debate on terrorism not looking to have that conversation I'm just sharing you their thoughts on tariffs from the article, from two. Thousand eight to two thousand seventeen according to the US energy information administration the number of coal mines across the country decreased by roughly half from twenty twelve to two thousand seventeen minor labor hours declined thirty nine percent And these guys found themselves out of work and then now suddenly all these coal mines are, reopening and Right now it's also. Official that you have guys going back to work getting over time doing all those other things that matters so come twenty twenty when the same people are going to be showing out to vote and the working Democrats the. Democrats trying to turn around and then listen to the voters and a dentist by with. The working man and they could ask the, questions about. The environment and that's why Trump will win reelection it's why if Trump's not running pencil win it's why if neither, of them running the, Republican will win because, as long. As the progressive left makes environmental regulations and restrictions their priority over jobs. They will lose period five fifteen let's check in with dawn Good afternoon. Dawn sends one here it is five fifteen suck radio twelve ten WPA with eighty one degrees to Philadelphia police officers recovering after it appears they were exposed to dangerous synthetic. Opioids this happened the city's. Strawberry mansion section police conducting a drug investigation when a thorny say those officers came into contact with Fenton both officers. Rushed to the hospital this was overnight but they were released today and they are recovering at home as far as that drug bust that's still under investigation house arrest is the sentence for the first member of Penn State. University fraternity to plead guilty in connection with the death of nineteen year old sophomore Timothy. Piazza during a hazing pledge party last year, twenty one. Year old Ryan Burke pleading guilty a judge sentencing him to three months house arrest on customs and border protection agents, say they discovered another, shipment of counterfeit goods, at the. Porta Philadelphia this time they Say they confiscated fake designer jewelry from Hong. Kong let's say the knockoff Cartier love bracelets would have been sold. For more than two million dollars it's a full gays he, dawn it's a gays somebody's not. Getting their bracelets, it I witness weather let's check in with meteorologist Kate Bilo I'm CVS three meteorologist Kate Bilo. Mainly cloudy and muggy tonight a couple of hit or miss showers and storms low seventy three.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on KOIL

"Show happy george awad couldn't stand up well i don't know for a third of two related anyway uh laura midnight then of was twenty two twenty and other stand on this so i shut evolved another course woke up about an hour later to home what happened to them what happened was when you fall asleep by twenty two twenty at that point alabama had already made a furious comeback they trail thirteen nothing at the half and nick saving one of the gut gotti is calls i'm in in the history of sports elects the bench his quarterback that have won twenty six of 28 starts in favor of a freshman that daily played too will tackle the old who everybody's talking about today and he brought them back 2020 on obama had a chance to win the game at the end of regulation they missed a field goal that sent the game into overtime rule of law long krill oil what about thirty nine yards normal it all goes into overtime georgia on their first possession they get a field goal to go up 23 twenty which means alabama must score right of the game is over but first down this young quarter get sacked loses a ton of yardage now they got a second and forever outside the george yeo forty down by three in overtime when this transpired but all of our god thoughts throughout alibaba of water that's the georgia call here's the most tory alabama coal back here give yourself a chance on third down here's stepping two two two million hubbard alabama the improbable win behind a freshman quarterback twenty six twenty three in one of the ratings were a played another the golden globes while they were down a significant amount from a year ago a million bow twenty twenty million to nineteen this year.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Catching a killer near pittsburgh i'm pam who sale fox news that's what police officers in western pennsylvania are trying to do hours after one of their own was gunned down during a traffic stop task at hand right now that task assigned person to kill their fellow officer and they are committed to that task they're focused on that task state trooper steven lemani is urging the public to come forward with any information they very small my needs it could be visits if he points to lead us in a direction who the first was the committed this time the fallen all of us are identified as twentyfiveyearold brian shaw he had been with the new kensington police department for less than a year authorities in eastern pennsylvania say they're still trying to account for every one following thursday night's nassif fire at a senior living facility in west chester at least twenty seven people were hurt many of them hospitalized one day after accusing president trump of disgracing the office he holds the precedent fires back at hillary clinton with this tweet cookie hillary clinton is the worst and biggest loser of all time she just can't stop which is so good for the republican party hillary get on with your life and give it another try in three years is question fischer at the white house yesterday while speaking to wabc radio in new york clinton defended senate democrat al franken who is accused of sexual misconduct outbreak a uh a friend of mine i think we've got to uh you know recognize that he he agreed to an ethics investigation it will go to the epa committee it will investigate clinton adding that that same level of accountability hasn't been shown by embattled alabama senate candidate roy more meantime in birmingham alabama coal to condemn roy more from several religious leaders fox news fair and balanced uh listen my life changed because someone was.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The consensus in the gilded age is it of course a corporate person who's not the same as a physical person to begin to uh uh ten contend yet intended for actual individuals is crazy is in the early 20th century where it's not going to seem so crazy and it's in the early twentyfirst century where if the fact people looked at recent supreme court decisions from the late in the and we're living in the late nineteenth century they would think we were lunatics nancy wants now if you're going to dress the beginning of the us women's movement at cycle falls which eventually focused on suffrage throughout the gilded age i'm seneca false comes before my perry by spend a great deal of time in the women's movement and the thing to remember is there really are two women's movements during the time i'm writing about one is going to be based and individualism small l liberalism it's elizabeth katie stanton who is probably the most consistent liberal in the late nineteenth century that women should have the same individual rights his man the other more influential one is going to be francis willard and women's christian temperance union and the argument is the women are different for men women are critical to sustaining the home and therefore women need the kinds of rights that are necessary to make the home viable that's the one this push forward into the 20th century there's the home again women and get the uh uh people who run lies but there's all sense so that you're writing about here of of how things are just moving forward at such a fast clip at such a fast pace obtained not only technologically as we said earlier but socially in that way these parallel to today is that just when you think you've grasp one change is gone and something else in its place there's the sense that the world which change slowly if at all they suddenly in this mad rush into the future and people are trying basically to understand it to try to see how can we have a set of values we believe in plugged is utterly different from the ones are parents lived another question for marsha who's interested to hear how slavery transformed into the convict labor system for example exslave's were arrested as vagrants who then became convict labor in alabama coal mines which was then used to make their steel and the north it becomes one.

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"alabama coal" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"alabama coal" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Hey about you are women softball at all i didn't you have by chance washing oklahoma florida game last like i did not watch it last night but i saw a little bit last friday and over the weekend well of course is the finals and the college ladies play a seven innings um last night they tied up multiple times you know how walnut puppy wet i have no has zevon team nato seventeen innings un believable it was how it was fun to watch in i never cared a whole lot about it they said czar and her oldest daughter big and a softball for many many years and it of course alabama the alabama whyte's did a great job a few years back weren't at all are what is that when you went to let two o'clock in the morning yet jackie drain ally yeah oh it was so good i'll tell you what that girl could hurl all ball of fun to watch some of those pitchers got some help solemn have you seen him some of them i mean the hoo yeah there's a reason we have a widescreen i mean really they can throw that thing that was got to have some what i know when i mean i'm not telling them anything they don't know route the college young ladies really do a bang up joe good they're really do can you imagine have met ball committee that clova audio some one pitcher last night was getting the ball up at ninety miles of the soft ballgame caused them he hopes i'd no matter where i go there it is what you i'm just telling you what it is and your rapier wit and just okay what it is i i don't know if you saw this this story or not i our alabama coal plant is listed as the largest greenhouse gas amid or in the entire united states shut it down who shut it down that's gonna kill somebody in annex 100year this was the posted by the weather channel earlier today with data from the us environmental protection agency so it is the miller plant and jefferson county yep the weather channel sites epa data from two.

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