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"allen fox" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:11 min | Last week

"allen fox" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A heartbeat is detected before many women know they're pregnant. Rachel Sutherland Fox News Climate Scientists claim the world's richest countries are failing in efforts to limit global warming checking group Climate Analytics says nearly every country in the world is falling short in emissions reduction targets that were set down in the Paris climate agreement six years ago. In the group's latest report, only the Gambia in West Africa is marked as doing its share in efforts to limit global warming. US. Policies are rated as insufficient. In London. Simon Allen Fox News, Francis has he doesn't understand why people refuse to get covid vaccines. He was asked about vaccine mandates because some of the events taking place during his four day pilgrimage in Europe are restricted to people who have been vaccinated. I'm Lisa Sarah, this is Fox News. Chance for showers and isolated storms continues this evening. Mostly cloudy overnight with a low near 70 still kind of humid, very warm for the next two days tomorrow and Friday. Scattered showers and storms likely highs in the eighties. I'm w B R C first alert, Chief meteorologist West Wyatt for news Radio one Oh 55. W E. R C right now It's 70 degrees at permitting hams, News, traffic and weather station. He was radio one. Oh 55. W E. R C ladies. And gentlemen. Today's opponents on men versus train at the crossing. We have Rick £175 frustrated man who's running late forward and on the tracks. We have whole a million pound freight train that takes a mile to stop. Let's see who comes out on top. You can't beat a train, so don't try to stop trains can't paid for by Nitsa Radio one Oh 55 w E. R C Yeah, it is.

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"allen fox" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

01:37 min | 2 weeks ago

"allen fox" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Others are staying and hoping Italian physiotherapist Alberto Cairo, says Kabul is quiet as Afghans wait to see what life is like with the Taliban back in power, because so far it is not clear what the Taliban will decide about the daily life of the people. Cairo has been working for the Red Cross in Afghanistan for 31 years, he told Fox News. He's staying. We are not here for this or that regime. We are here for for people and to now more than ever, I would say that the Afghans they need they need some support. Some help, he says. He fears Afghanistan faces an economic crisis in London. Simon Allen Fox News. The evacuation flight, which the Taliban allowed to leave for Qatar yesterday had 10 Americans on board, according to the State Department. White House press secretary Jen Psaki credits diplomacy. We promised we would get American citizens out. We promised we would get legal permanent residents out. We promised we would get our Afghan partners that we promised. We press the Taliban to get them out, and that's exactly what we did. Members of the House Homeland Security Committee visited New York September 11th Memorial yesterday. 20 years on NYPD Deputy Commissioner on Counterterrorism John Miller says New York City remains the number one target for violent extremists, both foreign and home grown. Was the creation of Homeland security that New York Republican and Committee ranking member John Kepco says holds true to its mission combating the threats of today. And preempting the threats of tomorrow even when those threats aren't terror related as New York City, Deputy Fire Commissioner Laura Cavanaugh points out, there are so many different ways.

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"allen fox" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:40 min | 3 months ago

"allen fox" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"Foundation promoting downtown Dallas is launching a summer initiative to boost safety and improve quality of life is a city bounces back from the pandemic. We are all awakening businesses opening back up, employees are coming back. And we want to ensure that this environment is safe, active fun and the place that everyone wants to be. Downtown Dallas Inc CEO Courtney Garrett says the foundation is partnering with Dallas police to increase patrols in the downtown business District D D. I also enhancing its homeless outreach and cleanup protocol throughout the summer. Britain's Princess William and Herring put their differences aside as they present a statue of their late mother, Princess Diana, reunited on what would have been Princess Diana's 60th birthday. Princes William and Harry unveiled a statue of their mother in the grounds of her former home Kensington Palace in London. The brothers arrived together for a small ceremony. And joint me pulled off a cover. The bronze statue shows Diana with three Children, her arms around two of them. The palace says it's inspired by her final years as she gained confidence representing humanitarian causes. In London. Simon Allen Fox News, Sexist business Real Time numbers on Wall Street, the Dow Up 71 points NASDAQ Down 38 the S and P 500 Up by 13 again the high Today 94. It is 88 degrees in the W B A P News desk. I'm Eric Bushman. You're next update at 12 30 24 7 coverage. W b a p dot com Celebrating our first Amendment Every day. We can't have a close amendment light and then it will be afraid to use it. Happy Independence Day from your freedom.

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"allen fox" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:59 min | 3 months ago

"allen fox" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"All said to be facilities used by militia groups supported by Iran. The U. S. Is describing the airstrikes as defensive retaliation for recent attacks by militias aimed at US troops. There's no official word on casualties. It's the second time President Biden has ordered air strikes in the region since taking office. In London. Simon Allen Fox News, The Fort Worth Fire Department, says about 50 cows were killed when the semi trailer they were loaded and crashed in Fort Worth. On Sunday afternoon. The truck went off the road in West Loop 8 20 near Team Ranch Road about 12 30. That's according to the Fort Worth, Fire Department spokesman Mike Drip Doll told the Fort Worth Star Telegram that teams work for nearly five hours. To get inside the trailer and say what animals they could about 20 were saved. The driver had minor injuries from the crash. A 20 year old man who was killed in a plane crash Thursday and Johnson County has been identified and the U. S. Air Force Academy Cadet second class in North Texas. Nick during of Claiborne was one of two people who died in the crash Thursday night just west of Claiborne Regional Airport. Urine was piloting the aircraft when it crashed. He was home in Texas on leave, according to a statement from the Air Force Academy. The identity of the second victim has not been released. And the Texas Supreme Court says survivors and relatives of the Sutherland Springs, Mass. Shooting victims can't sue a sporting goods chain for selling the gunman. The rifle used in the attack, The court has tossed four lawsuits against Academy Sports and outdoors alleging of San Antonio area store negligently sold the gun to Devin Kelley in 2016. Kelly killed more than two dozen people when he opened fire at the First Baptist Church of Sutherland Springs. The 26 year old then killed himself during a chase after that shooting Kimberly James W. B. A P News From the W B A P News desk. I'm Nicolo say your next update is at 6 30 24 7 coverage at w b a p dot com.

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"allen fox" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To announce later the next steps and relaxing England's lockdown British media reports pubs and restaurants are likely to reopen soon providing they observe social distancing they may also have to take customers contact details to help trace and the subsequent outbreaks in London Simon Allen fox news you want your kids to enjoy summer without their faces in their devices it's going to take some creativity luckily pop sugar is here to help the site has shared a checklist for you to use when it comes to limiting screen time it's a three part list to personal tasks chores and other activities to enjoy before the kids are allowed to hit the screen itself here's one idea personal tasks to complete before using screens to demand of your kids are right so you can keep away from there being glued to their devices brush their teeth Dave shower wash their face in the hands of course get dressed and eat breakfast and lunch household chores to complete before they're allowed to use their screens clean up your room make your bed put your dirty laundry in the hamper or in the washer tidy up any choice books crafts that you played with today and set the table for breakfast and lunch and then screenless activities to engage in before you a lot of the hit their screens read for thirty minutes paint color right or build something for thirty minutes play outside for half an hour S. mom dad Manny grandparent if they need any help with anything and of course you can create your own list and add to that with American this changing their summer travel plans big time because of this pandemic campsites and RV rentals are apparently exploding in popularity with people tired of being holed up at home cabin fever the great outdoors seems to be where they're headed campgrounds of America the acronym is K. O. A. they found that one third of non campus you can see during camping now as their primary summer travel activity with no contact bookings and social distancing much easier outdoors many are finding camping the safer vacation option outdoorsy dot com yep there's such a website connects RV owners with prospective renters they say they've seen a twenty six hundred percent growth in business since.

"allen fox" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Of the witnesses maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on a list that won't stop growing other witnesses included for a family attorney a pastor of the sister of a murder police officer civil rights advocates and a former police officer and secret service agent Dan Bongino he's a fox news contributor long lines in problems with voting machines and a lack of balance a reported a lot of polling stations in Georgia particularly in majority minority neighborhoods Georgia's Republican secretary of state says there be an investigation to get the problems resolved still too close to call whether they'll be a runoff election the Democrats Senate primary there Jon Ossoff the clear leader in that race to go up against incumbent David Perdue in November Sweden's government says it's case closed after thirty four years of investigations into who killed the country's prime minister Sweden's chief prosecutor closing an investigation into a notorious murder the shooting of prime minister Olof Palme in nineteen eighty six I feel confident about the M. the findings that we have made prosecutor Kristen Patterson naming the main suspect a steak Ekstrom a man who said he witnessed the attack and he died twenty years ago I feel confident about our conclusions but I will not have the possibility to presented to a court the case has been surrounded by conspiracy theories investigators say one hundred and thirty four people have claimed to be the killer in London Simon Allen fox news what's left of tropical storm crystal balls moving into Canada after knocking out power to thousands in Illinois and Wisconsin is also some flooding in Missouri and Iowa because listening to fox news Hamas the sun traffic.

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"allen fox" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is one of the witnesses maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another face on a T. shirt more than another name on the list that won't stop growing other witnesses including Floyd family attorney a pastor the sister of a murder police officer civil rights advocates and a former police officer in secret service agent Dan Bongino he's a fox news contributor long lines in problems with voting machines and a lack of balance a reported a lot of polling stations in Georgia particularly in majority minority neighborhoods Georgia's Republican secretary of state says there be an investigation to get the problems resolved still too close to call whether they'll be a runoff election the Democrats Senate primary there Jon Ossoff the clear leader in that race to go up against incumbent David Perdue in November Sweden's government says it's case closed after thirty four years of investigations and who killed the country's prime minister Sweden's chief prosecutor closing an investigation into a notorious murder the shooting of prime minister Olof Palme in nineteen eighty six I feel confident about the M. the findings that we have made prosecutor Kristen Patterson naming the main suspect as steak angst from a man who said he witnessed the attack and he died twenty years ago I feel confident about our own conclusions boxes I will not have the possibility to presented to a court the case has been surrounded by conspiracy theories investigators say one hundred and thirty four people have claimed to be the killer in London Simon Allen fox news what's left of tropical storm crystal balls moving into Canada after knocking out power to thousands in Illinois and Wisconsin is also some flooding in Missouri and Iowa is listening to fox news the city of Montgomery's become the first in the state to sign on to a national campaign designed to reduce the use of force by police officers Reginald green has more on those cities in Alabama have seriously considered defunding their police.

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"allen fox" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"What is one of the witnesses maybe by speaking with two today I can make sure that his death would not be in vain to make sure that he is more than another based on a T. shirt more than another name on the list that won't stop growing other witnesses included for a family attorney a pastor the sister of a murder police officers civil rights advocates and a former police officer in secret service agent Dan Bongino he's a fox news contributor long lines in problems with voting machines and a lack of balance a reported a lot of polling stations in Georgia particularly in majority minority neighborhoods Georgia's Republican secretary of state says there be an investigation to get the problems resolved still too close to call whether they'll be a runoff election the Democrats Senate primary there Jon Ossoff the clear leader in that race to go up against incumbent David Perdue in November Sweden's government says it's case closed after thirty four years of investigations into who killed the country's prime minister Sweden's chief prosecutor closing an investigation into a notorious murder the shooting of prime minister Olof Palme in nineteen eighty six I feel confident about the M. the findings that we have made prosecutor Kristen Patterson naming the main suspect as steak angst from a man who said he witnessed the attack and he died twenty years ago I feel confident about our own conclusions but to I will not have the possibility to presented to a court the case has been surrounded by conspiracy theories investigators say one hundred and thirty four people have claimed to be the killer in London Simon Allen fox news what's left of tropical storm crystal balls moving into Canada after knocking out power to thousands in Illinois and Wisconsin is also some flooding in Missouri and Iowa because listening to fox news.

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"allen fox" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Effects of crystal ball will be felt all the way up to Wisconsin to but crystal ball now is now a tropical depression as much of Europe reopens from corona virus lockdowns Britain is imposing a controversial new quarantine according to fox's Simon known from today almost everyone arriving here in the U. K. from overseas will be required to quarantine themselves for fourteen days anyone caught violating the rule risks a twelve hundred dollar fine the UK government says it's an effort to avoid a second wave of coronavirus infections but critics call the measure too little too late coming just as European infection rates ease British Airways is threatening legal action in London Simon Allen fox news is now seven forty nine there are now more than one hundred and ten thousand deaths in the United States from corona virus now according to numbers released by John Hopkins university the confirmed cases in the US are approaching two million but more than half a million have recovered from it worldwide there are more than four hundred and one thousand deaths just over seven million confirmed cases but testing is also way up there too as in more than twenty million people have been tested for the virus something else to make note of when we don't hear enough of this is the fact that the number of recovered which globally as well over seven million now news just terrible in Brazil that's where officials have actually stopped releasing numbers there so bad Brazil's last official numbers which were released on Friday showed that I had recorded nearly six hundred and fifteen thousand infections in over thirty four thousand deaths that's the third highest number in the world just ahead of Italy currently Singapore devastating numbers there with the most severe rate with six thousand five hundred and forty eight cases per one million people that's followed by Chile and Peru United States has fallen to fourth with five thousand seven hundred and twenty four per one million people so the number of corona viruses is up but does so is the testing to us now seven fifty let's hit the roadways again check in with John hamlet St John's report is brought to us by Bob Evans dinner sites ninety five north bound up from one ninety five predicted twenty to this extent can occur and the state offices roadwork delays to protect it in ninety five north.

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"allen fox" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on KTOK

"U. K. will not just look the other way when it comes to the people of Hong Kong at the U. K. and the USA the planned little jeopardizes special freedoms Hong Kong we supposed to enjoy but after months of anti government protests in Hong Kong China says the little is necessary in London Simon Allen fox news Jamie Foxx's film just mercy is just free just mercy the film starring Jamie Foxx about the work of civil rights attorney Bryan Stevenson played by Michael B. Jordan has been made available for free on digital platforms during the month of June by Warner brothers the legal drama stars Jordan as Stevenson who defends Walter McMillan played by fox to fight a wrongful murder conviction what you're doing is going to be a class of people Twitter wrote that the film was offered up after multiple nights of protest as a resource for those interested and systemic racism and an Alabama police officer was fatally shot last night during a standoff with a gunman at a motel in New York I'm Carmen Roberts this is fox news from the news radio one thousand weather center in the four warn storm team partly cloudy mild and humid overnight a low of sixty eight it's going to be partly cloudy hot on Wednesday with a high of eighty nine on Thursday partly cloudy with a high of ninety one on Friday it's going to be sunny and warm with a high in the low nineties from the K..

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"allen fox" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

WAAM Talk 1600

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600

"Our conscience more businesses are being allowed to reopen and over a dozen more states today president trump meets with restaurant industry executives after earlier tweeting re open our country the president last night putting a little bit more meat on the bones of background was thought process to a quote the number of coronavirus cases is strongly trending downward throughout the United States with few exceptions very good news indeed in fact the latest to districts do show that the number of deaths from corona virus have been steadily coming down from their peak but the decline is still nagging the slower than initially projected as far as openings some of the highlights of what's happening today Arkansas Louisiana will be opening casinos video poker to limited operations Florida and Texas gyms and fitness centers and some other businesses could re open fox's John Roberts at the White House one of the state's first to reopen Texas is seeing a spike in cases in some areas but state officials attribute that in part to more testing and increased cases at meat packing plants the U. S. accusing world health officials of deadly failures health and Human Services secretary Alex Cesar condemning the World Health Organization is handling the corona virus pandemic there was a failure by this organization to obtain the information that the world needed and that failure cost many lives addressing the WHO's annual assembly I saw also appearing to criticize China where the outbreak first emerged at least one member state made a mockery of their transparency obligations with tremendous cost for the entire world the World Health Organization rejects US claims it is biased towards China and says old involved in the pandemic have lessons to learn in London Simon Allen fox news both China and the WHO's say they'll welcome a pandemic investigation but not yet wall street's rallying after encouraging news on a vaccine trial the Dow's been up over nine hundred.

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"allen fox" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"allen fox" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"White BC coming up on Tony Katz today the media still moves narrative they just don't move the truth that story coming up in three minutes a training exercise gone wrong for the Iranian navy fox assignment and one Iranian warship accidentally hitting another with a missile during a training exercise Iran's navy say nineteen sailors have been killed another fifteen are injured state media reports the incident happened in the Gulf of Oman off around southcoast the first chip reportedly firing at a target released by the second ship but that second ship was struck it's the second serious incident this year involving a misfired missile by Iran's armed forces a passenger plane was shot down in January Simon Allen fox news special prosecutor being sought in the investigation of a police officer shooting and killing a man in Indianapolis Sean Reid was running from officers refused to stop when he exchanged gunfire with them last week causing hundreds to protest in the days that followed some piece of all others not so much most of us want to be fair and wait till we see all of the evidence before we make a conclusion reference Charles Harrison of the anti ten point coalition who says people have the right to protest what happened but it's when things turned violent that he says their message gets heard there are only two episodes left of the last dance ESPN's ten part documentary about Michael Jordan in the nineties Chicago Bulls the next episode set to air this coming Sunday is likely and I've been to the bulls nineteen ninety eight Eastern Conference finals clash with Reggie Miller and the Indiana Pacers.

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World leaders launch plan to speed COVID-19 drugs, vaccine; U.S. stays away

Mark and Melynda

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

World leaders launch plan to speed COVID-19 drugs, vaccine; U.S. stays away

"The head of the World Health Organization appealing again for unity to defeat the virus at a meeting where global leaders expressed support for the group world leaders joining the World Health Organization indulging in efforts to accelerates work on drugs tests and vaccines against the corona virus leads to schools and need stem class WHL director general Ted just admin gave me a service joined at a virtual launch event by leaders including Italian prime minister just happy come take finding and distributing the vaccine he's the he's the only way to win this battle but the US is not involved president trump has criticized the World Health Organization is handling of the outbreak in London Simon Allen fox news however U. S. officials expressing a continued commitment to effective international engagement despite a suspension of US funding

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"allen fox" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"allen fox" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Off the impeachment inquiry against president trump is now offering to answer questions from Republicans sufficient that's how GOP congressman Jim Jordan describes an offer from the whistle blowers attorney mark date for his client answer written questions from Republicans under oath in a statement Jordan said we have serious questions about this individual's political bias in partisan motivations this is he continues to call for the whistle blowers identity to be revealed the American people have a right to know who the individual is who started this whole thing they tweeted that Jordan misunderstands whistleblower laws and protections in Washington Rachel Sutherland fox cities a manhunt continues tonight for two men charged with murder who escaped from a central California jail sandals Fonseca and Jonathan sellers are have been jailed since last year awaiting trial for murder and other felonies in separate cases the escape yesterday in the Monterey county sheriff's office warrants they should be considered dangerous Iran announcing more violations of the international nuclear accord which president trump withdrew from last year among the remaining signatories to the Iran nuclear deal Germany coating the latest violation unacceptable foreign minister hi Kate Moss saying Iran is putting the entire record at risk they said hours after Iran's nuclear agency announced it was doubling the number of advanced centrifuges it operates Iran is blaming the move on president trump's decision last year to pull the U. S. out to the twenty fifteen agreements underground says further violations are coming in London sign in Allen fox news Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the Indy car series have been sold to Penske entertainment corporation control of the legendary speedway leaving the Holman family after seventy four years the indycar series is seeing improved TV ratings an increased interest Penske is the winningest team owner in Indianapolis five hundred history with eighteen victories.

"allen fox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"allen fox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Mary Louise Kelley. And I'm Ari Shapiro, a survivor of the Virginia shooting NPR that, when she first heard a woman screaming active shooter. She thought it was a drill after shooter drills are now common in workplaces and they can help protect people when mass shootings happen. But as NPR's, Richard Chatterjee reports, they can also do some damage, over his decades of working for the city of Virginia Beach Joseph's. Caught says he's attended least four active shooter drills. They take you through what's called the run hide fight scenario, which has recently been changed to more of a run run fight fight. He says the drills usually happened at a training facility and sometimes involved a man with a gun loaded with blanks. They will actually have an active shooter, come into the room and start firing. And see the reactions of the people Scott wasn't in the building on Friday, when the shooting in Virginia Beach took place, but he says many of his colleagues with their say the us lessons from those drills from what I understand. Everybody in the office did exactly what they had been trained to do. Sue the drilled save lives. It's too early to know says, Lawrence Barton the workplace threat consultant and professor of public safety of the university of central Florida, but Barton has tried to onto that question for previous mass shootings survivors. I know how did you in second? What do you recall about any prior training? He says the vast majority said the recalled fire drills because they did it as a kid in school. And probably, again, as an adult Barton says, when people did remember, active shooter drills it was mostly the advice to run and not be a sitting duck. He says drills. Can be effective, but he worries about the surge in drills with elaborate, Nachman's people are told that there has been an active shooter in the building, and they should be going to certain doors than they face a gunman than they have to decide if they will run or hide or fight, and there's no evidence at that prepares people any better than just struck verbally or writing. That's James Allen FOX criminologist at Northeastern University. Who studies moss shootings? He says these elaborate drills can be a bad idea, especially if they're a surprise because if a real incident happens people can mistake it for a drill when the partly shooting happened, a lot of the teachers words. Sure, whether this was the drill with they've been having announced or a real event, these truths can also traumatize people, especially those who've experienced trauma before. Deborah by Dell is a psychologist at the university of central Florida there at a heightened risk to then develop moorings. Citing more fear. As a result of being in what is in some cases, a rather. Frightening simulation. And when these drills happen at schools, she says it can traumatize children because it's very hard for children to understand exactly. What is happening and two separate reality from these practice drills by delta school should always in foam. Parents ahead of time, breath, FOX things drills should not involve students and Barton. The workless threat consultant says drill still need to be elaborate to be effective just like when you are on an airplane or in other situations. If you've been on a cruise ship, why do you go through a drill? It's basically to sensitize your brain that it doesn't emergency. Here's where you go. That's a good thing. NPR news. Scientists say.

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"allen fox" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"allen fox" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"The what's gone over in the last four or five months. All right. Thanks so much Mallory Mallory, no pain. Joining us there from Richmond. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. A survivor of the Virginia shooting told NPR that, when she first heard a woman, screaming active shooter. She thought it was a drill. Actor shooter drills are now common in workplaces and they can help protect people when mass shootings happen. But as NPR's retailer g reports they can also do some damage, over his decades of working for the city of Virginia beat Joseph, Scott says, he's attended least four active shooter drills, take you through what's called the run hide fight scenario, which has recently been changed to more of a run run fight fight. He says the drills usually happened at a training facility and sometimes involved a man with a gun loaded with blanks, actually have an active shooter come into the room and start firing. And see the reactions of the people Scott wasn't in the building on Friday, when the shooting in Virginia Beach place, but he says many of his colleagues with their say the us lessons from those drills from. I understand everybody in the office did exactly what they had been trained to do soon. The truth. Save lives. It's too early to know says, Lawrence Barton the workplace threat consultant and professor of public safety of the university of central Florida, but Barton has tried to answer that question for previous mass shootings survivors. I know how did you survive in? Secondly, what do you recall about any prior training? He says the vast majority said the recalled fire drills because they did it as a kid in school. And probably, again, as an adult Barton says, when people did remember, active shooter drills it was mostly the advice to run and not be a sitting duck. He says drills can be effective, but he worries about the surge in drills elaborate, Nachman's, people are told that there has been an active shooter in the building, and they should be going to certain doors than they face gunman than they have to decide if they will run or hide. Her fight, and there's no evidence at that prepares people any better than just as struck verbally or writing. That's James Allen FOX criminologist at Northeastern University. Who studies mass shootings? He says these elaborate drills can be a bad idea, especially if they're a surprise because if a real incident happens people can mistake it for a drill when the partly shooting happened in the law. The teachers were sure whether this was the drill was they've been having announced or a real, these truths can also traumatize people, especially those who've experienced trauma before. Deborah by Dell is a psychologist at the university of central Florida there at a heightened risk to then develop more anxiety, more fear. As a result of being in what is in some cases, rather frightening simulation. And when these drills happen at schools, she says it can traumatize children because it's very hard for children to understand exam. Exactly what is happening and two separate reality from these practice drills by delta school should always in foam. Parents ahead of time whereas FOX things drill should not involve students and Barton. The wekly threat consultant says drills do need to be elaborate to be affective just like when you are on an airplane, or in other Saiki situations. If you've been on a cruise ship, why do you go through a drill? It's basically to sensitize your brain that doesn't emergency. Here's where you go. That's a good thing. NPR news. This is all things considered from NPR news. Good afternoon. You're listening to ninety point three K as e you I'm Mary, Jane Peters support, as you comes.

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"allen fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"allen fox" Discussed on KQED Radio

"In the last four or five months. All right. Thanks so much Mallory Mallory, no pain. Joining us there from Richmond. You're listening to all things considered from NPR news. A survivor of the Virginia shooting told NPR that, when she first heard a woman, screaming active shooter. She thought it was a drill after shooter drills are now common in workplaces and they can help protect people when mass shootings happen. But as NPR's retailer g reports they can also do some damage, over his decades of working for the city of Virginia beat Joseph, Scott says, he's attended least four active shooter drills. They take you through what's called the run hide fight scenario, which has recently been changed to more of a run run fight fight. He says the drills usually happened at a training facility and sometimes involved a man with a gun loaded with blanks. They will actually have an active shooter, come into the room and start firing, and see the reactions. But people Scott wasn't in the building on Friday, when the shooting in Virginia Beach took place, but he says many of his colleagues with their say the us lessons from those drills from what I underst-. Stand everybody in the office did exactly what they have been trained to do soup. The drill save lives. It's too early to know says Lawrence Barton the workplace threat consultant and a professor of public safety at the university of central Florida, but Barton has tried to answer that question for previous mass shootings. We've have survived. I know how did you survive? Secondly, what do you recall about any prior training? He says the vast majority said the recalled fire drills because they get it as a kid in school, and probably, again, as an adult Barton says, when people did remember, active shooter drills it was mostly the advice to run and not be a sitting duck. He says drills can be affective, but he worries about the surge in drills with elaborate, Nachman's people are told that there has been an active shooter in the building, and they should be going to certain doors than they face a gunman than they have to decide if they will run or hide or fight. And there's no evidence at that prepares people any better than just as struck verbally or writing. That's James Allen FOX criminologist at Northeastern University. Who studies mass shootings? He says these elaborate drills can be batted yet, especially if they're a surprise because of a real incident happens. People can mistake it for a drill when the partly shooting happened in the law. The teachers words sure whether this was the drill was they've been having announced or a real event. These truths can also traumatize people, especially those who've experienced trauma before. Deborah by Dell is a psychologist at the university of central Florida there at a heightened risk to then develop more anxiety, more fear. As a result of being in what is in some cases, rather frightening simulation. And when these drills happen at schools, she says it can traumatize children because it's very hard for children to understand exactly what. It is happening and two separate reality fund, these practice drills by delta school should always in foam. Parents ahead of time whereas FOX things drill should not involve students and Barton. The workless threat consultant says drill stone need to be elaborate to be affective just like when you are on an airplane, or in other Saiki situations. If you've been on a cruise ship, why do you go through a drill? It's basically to sensitize your brain that doesn't emergency. Here's where you go. That's a good thing. We detach Aji, NPR news..

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"allen fox" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"allen fox" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"It's it's interesting how times when you know we had less responsibility and less stress you just seems like they were carefree and much more pleasant in virtually every way but they weren't in every way in response to the latest shooting well in florida so this is apparently few weeks old northeastern university released a preview of new research by james allen fox slated for publication shows that quite clearly there is no growing trend in school shootings that's pretty interesting because you know again feelings and perception aren't necessarily reality because of the twenty four hour cable channels giving nothing but news all the time it just we hear about it so much more but fortunately somebody is stepping to the forefront somebody was in power and wisdom and the ability to do something about this thank goodness for yes sheila jacksonlee her insight her wisdom timing her flat out genius wow is impossible to hide that's you know it will go with genius right yeah i mean i was on the fence but yeah when you see this you'll not be on offense anymore right she went on cnn to talk about well i'll let her tell you explain what she's talking about here you're sheila jacksonlee i'm not suggesting that we should not recognize the constitution but let me speak to those who continuously tout the second amendment the first amendment is not without a supreme court definition that if you cry fire in a crowded.

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