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"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"For like considerations for career and those two just unbelievable and they will. Actually. Sure. Both of boys'll get some that harass. No masters. Trophy sorry memorial trophy. Voices. Alan. so Hockey writers nominate someone from each team right we will kind of went over what we knew people that have got nominated for the Boston Writers Sportsmanship and perseverance and dedication to hockey This one is a strange one. It usually comes back to the best combat story, which is weird because on everybody for having a comeback storing on some level, you got a Steven Johnson Dallas Austin mom in Philly and in Ottawa Bobby Ryan. So all I mean everyone's stories, I'm sure Berry worthy of being finalised. So shout out to everybody was nominated by their respective. Writers in there or you know up at cover their organization that have the actual vote not like us. We just have opinions opinions down to what say you I the Stephen Johns and his personal PTSD D. issues Bobby Ryan with alcoholism you know and How Is it Oscar. Lindblom. Minimum he okay. All right. I N N cancer it's SOUTH THREE SOLID CANDIDATES but for me, it's got to go to The Philadelphia flyers forward. Development Right. Yeah, Oskar Lindblom. So. About Felli generally, not him as a human ideal. Back on me and I don't really know lineup by now I think yeah defensible. But. A little bit before he went out and so it's not like I heard about them long enough to. Know it's a good story. Good good. Good Philadelphia Prospect. Tons of potential and the story just really fits well for me and so on. That I, don't WanNa get into details on why I mean Bobby Ryan was another one but that's On. So hard so hard to think about what you. You know for this job categories but for me cancer and coming back from it is something that is just a life battle. It just gets worse every year but. You know you. I don't know alcoholism to me is something that. It's very big Adam really don't WanNa get into that. Could I'll probably get shit on board. Well I'M GONNA pick Bobby Ryan, because I think. Although. Auto as continues to be mostly dumpster fire. For him to go out and come back the way he did you know working whatever he needs to work to be. Alive. Alive, in essence to. He made such. Doesn't a slight limp because cancer is obvious thing like you said as a Bruins Fan I, always will remember when fell castle was like a nineteen year old kid that was like you know like..

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"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"Delvin change. PODCAST with Nick. Jay. In Nestor, I, I went with Elliot video the Philadelphia Flyers I. Really want. There's cast need to take this one home. It does deserve it. Heavy bias on that one. But when you think about that awarded like it's another one of those like inspirational ones where you pick up an organization and took the ball and ran with it the way that you can do it to be so successful and not one that is always trending on a high of success. I think something to do with the rebuild in a lot of these. award considerations, but Yeah I. I want to get it. I think Elaine Videos, the guy that's not winning this one. I think Bruce deserves it. But the person never gets credit when they just happen to be a really good coach on a really good team. That means that thing venue he's GonNa win it like he has to for what's been going on in Philly and then limbaugh you know just it's spent a year in Philadelphia and they were finally coming into their own right before everything shut down three great candidates though I can't. I do Kathy deserves it but I don't know if he'll win it. He should. He's been nominated lake to out of last radio. How can it not your turn but you're right a lot of awards of that. So then there are certain ones kind of Argo more like points in that fact, enough the calder memorial for the rookie right yet you count Macara Yeshua Quinn Hughes and you got Dominic Kubelik. And the Blackhawks what say you on called her our Viviana Kim Carr go with. The availabilities see his games at UMASS. While he was there before he left and turned pro with the Colorado Avalanche I think he's a he's a slalom player I mean he's going to be like they all ob Al of the Arizona coyotes I believe day just that rock solid in an offensive defenceman that..

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"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"He goes off, yeah, he might be smashing crap who knows see what happens but all right. So Islanders, panthers I'm going to take the panthers I trust and coach q anything they have some I. Think they're a little underrated. They haven't performed the way that they should have maybe this year but I do think that they have a good team I don't think there was cop but I? Think they might want to if they get hot and goal tidings working and. Yeah Yeah goaltending another big thing for Roszke and is in ten million I know that we're not doing the whole money thing money cap space on on. Twenty twenty playoffs or anything like that. But I mean. He's. Going to be on his shoulders. But Upfront, you got hoover doll You've got our air. Glad. Solid men. He probably have a great great playoff series this this you know Frankford Toronto of heroin I mean he was basically on fire when he got traded to to their to find better opportunity in Miami I I. Don't know. I hate to say this but like losing link Vincent tro check to Carolina was a I don't know if that's going to be enough. For that team to. Make Serious News. I, like best player he was good. I. Think they can beat the islanders out. Yeah. Well, we'll see what happens I mean you've got you've got two coaches you've got you've got Q. You got Like Name now. Neither ahead, nine island site. Sorry about. This yeah.

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"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

05:35 min | 6 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on Black N' Gold Hockey Podcast

"Now I'm just lighter not trying to do my time. Cool. So. You back on baseball again I am going to if this if we get this thing in this four walk or some later games, I will be doing that certainly but the I get with caution at. So I saw five cry. Yeah the they do with no fans in the stand. That's terrible. But anyway. The Boston Bruins in their flight today, they're leaving today. The HUB BUBBLE IN TORONTO HOCKEY COMING BACK I don't think there's any stopping now I think we're at the point of the threshold that were ready to cross and get this sport back into shape and finally. acknowledged a Stanley Cup champion slow thoughts on moving forward from here. You gotTA BE Super Happy. Girl I'm super happy I I mean a little fat obviously because of. All that and that's all anybody's talking about this week. It's like Jesus. Can we just be happy they're going to play hockey, but I think things are looking good to go. Off We still at the time of this recording are not quite sure if Kasha whether he's getting benched are not getting on the plane again, we'll talk about that and a few. You know there's still things that are up in the air, but I think overall, they had great training Camp I. Think People Look Good. They look relaxed. They look like they're back in form and I've all all the like it's GonNa be fun like teams are ready to bring it. You know like Edmondson's doing it for coal, which is again all weeks. Keep it up when they all had number twelve on yesterday. What I'm just excited. They're GONNA get there. They've got to isolate from everyone for five days like they don't get to go with anyone but their own traveling parties, but they're off to the bubble. How can you not be excited? They're about to finally play again I'm not worried about toucas finger not worried about anything I agree with you. I think once we get in there by the end of Rob Rob, well, we're going to know it's going to be able to proceed because all the tasks will be and there'll be isolated and. The content officers on everywhere talking about, and it's like starting to look nice in these arenas I don't know how you feel about those. But starting to look I'm getting excited can go really well a really bad but badly, but it's looking like it might be cool what they're gonNa do with these screens and everything like that and not have cardboard cutouts, which is support I mean I think it's fun for to giant or whatever but hockey if you can make it titan. Intimate, the cameras don't have to go far. They've added things and I think the boys for everyone out there that keep saying the Bruins is not the same..

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Boston: Amesbury woman stabbed to death has been identified

Jay Talking

00:47 sec | 11 months ago

Boston: Amesbury woman stabbed to death has been identified

"Identified the woman stabbed to death in Amesbury on Saturday was Barbara deal Pierce her husband was also stabbed but is recovering yes sixty days office says Amesbury police responded just after four o'clock Saturday afternoon to a home on Chester street here's WBZ's to Shani willow with more on what happened this neighbor says the couple moved to the neighborhood last summer and share the two family home with a younger couple I'm assuming the younger folks lived on the younger downstairs and that's when the police came and they kinda pointed towards the second floor and when I saw the folks come out the eighteen mass were bringing folks on the second floor so deal Pierce's son John Britton of Amesbury was arrested and is now facing multiple charges including murder

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"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:17 min | 11 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A very chilly thirty four degrees right now beautiful bright sunshine very windy in Boston at two o'clock that Sunday afternoon to you MTV gal here's what's happening at sixty five year old woman has died after she was stabbed in Amesbury yesterday her husband also sixty five was job and is now recovering the district attorney's office says Amesbury police responded just after four o'clock yesterday afternoon to Chester street after a report came in of a stabbing here's WBZ TV star Shani willow this neighbor says the couple moved to the neighborhood last summer ensure the two family home with a younger couple no word on if they're related some of the younger folks lived on the younger downstairs and that's when the police came and they kind of pointing towards the second floor and when I saw the folks come out the eight AM as were brand folks on the second floor so twenty seven year old John Britton of Amesbury who was taken into custody yesterday is now charged with murder he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow morning in Newbury port District Court Rhode Island sees their first presumptive positive case of the widespread corona virus that person is in their forties and had recently traveled to Italy governor Gina Raimondo says a risk in the ocean state is very low my cabinet and I know the whole administration in concert with the federal government the CDC and the FDA we have been preparing for weeks for this eventuality and we have an excellent plan in place so the message is be careful be vigilant but don't panic the Rhode Island health department is now coordinating closely with a hospital where this person is currently being treated and all infection control protocols are being followed this individual's immediate family members have been in self quarantine at home meanwhile the CDC says they do not recommend that people who are well where a facemask they say you should only wear a mask if you either have the corona virus or showing symptoms you can read more about this on our website WBZ ten thirty dot com former VP Joe Biden wins big this weekend in the South Carolina primary some say the democratic race is now a two person race CBS news director of elections and surveys Anthony Salvanto says it's still a multi person race and I Bernie Sanders has to try and convince voters to try and shift their allegiance to him there remains a multi candidate race there's no question about it and I think part of that is you look at Bernie Sanders and you look at despite that enthusiasm that he has can he grow it can he draw people to him and when we ask folks most of the people supporting Sanders say they've already like to live like them for a long time but far fewer say they've taken taken a second or third look at him as he's won these early states so can you translate any successes had into momentum going forward and build on that twenty five that thirty percent that he's already got that I think remains a key question and Joe Biden is hoping to use a big victory last night as momentum going forward heading into super Tuesday authorities investigating a fatal double shooting in Lawrence that happened early this morning more details on that story coming up in just a few minutes time for traffic and weather together it is two oh three it's the server retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes here's David on the expressway north on it's a heavy volume from Freeport street past Columbia road and mass Avenue the o'neill tunnel but it's not terrible a fifteen minute ride Braintree to Boston also fifteen minutes for the southbound side with some company from Columbia road towards the gas tank and then for me smelted into the Braintree split everything south of the city is okay with no problems on route three lower into ninety three and one twenty eight or twenty four ninety five out to the west on route nine eastbound we're seeing delays getting by work near Langley rode the bike is okay a nonstop ride between Weston and Westport route two has no reports of problems to the north on ninety three north bound slow getting by one twenty eight because of a crash on the offramp to one twenty eight north one twenty eight itself is just a little busy getting by ninety three ninety three southbound some company from Andover into Wilmington and then the lower deck of ninety three south is busy from assembly square into the o'neill tunnel lever connector is busy most of the way to store Dr David struck Pelino WBZ's traffic.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

04:10 min | 11 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A a sixty sixty five five year year old old woman woman stopped stopped in Amesbury yesterday has died her husband also sixty five with job and is now recovering the DA's office says Amesbury police responded just after four o'clock yesterday afternoon to Chester street after a report came in of a stabbing here's more from WBZ TV's to Shani willow this neighbor says the couple moved to the neighborhood last summer ensure the two family home with a younger couple no word on if they're related some of the younger folks lived on the younger downstairs and that's when the police came and they kinda pointed towards the second floor and when I saw the folks come out the eighteen M. S. were brand folks on the second floor so twenty seven year old John Burton of Amesbury who was arrested yesterday is now charged with murder he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow morning in Newbury port District Court

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Amesbury, Massachusetts stabbing victim has died, suspect arrested

WBZ Afternoon News

00:51 sec | 11 months ago

Amesbury, Massachusetts stabbing victim has died, suspect arrested

"A a sixty sixty five five year year old old woman woman stopped stopped in Amesbury yesterday has died her husband also sixty five with job and is now recovering the DA's office says Amesbury police responded just after four o'clock yesterday afternoon to Chester street after a report came in of a stabbing here's more from WBZ TV's to Shani willow this neighbor says the couple moved to the neighborhood last summer ensure the two family home with a younger couple no word on if they're related some of the younger folks lived on the younger downstairs and that's when the police came and they kinda pointed towards the second floor and when I saw the folks come out the eighteen M. S. were brand folks on the second floor so twenty seven year old John Burton of Amesbury who was arrested yesterday is now charged with murder he's expected to be arraigned tomorrow morning in Newbury port District Court

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"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:35 min | 11 months ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Street in Amesbury a woman airlifted to a hospital in Boston with life threatening injuries a fire at a three family home on refill street in Hyde Park yesterday afternoon everyone did get out okay a lot of presidential primary won by former vice president Joe Biden more on that story coming up in the United States reporting its first death related to the coronavirus a man in his fifties from the state of Washington back to our top story Joe Biden in yesterday's South Carolina primary so it's on to super Tuesday Massachusetts one of fourteen states that will go to the polls ABC's eva pilgrim says the palmetto state was always key to the former vice president strategy in twenty twenty is uncertain since the beginning we've been listening to on the campaign trail say my road to the nomination runs through South Carolina and the super Tuesday states and he was so certain that South Carolina was going to come through for him billionaire businessman Thomas Dyer who finished third in South Carolina announcing yesterday he is dropping out of the democratic presidential race president trump yesterday's conservative political action conference in Maryland shortly after holding a press conference on the first U. S. deaths related to the corona virus in the historic U. S. agreement with the Taliban in Afghanistan getting some laughs from the crowd on hand especially when he joked about losing the title to Teaneck climate activist Greta to Burke they named me time magazine person of the year right the lead this your list to Greta president any political action conference in Maryland as the corona virus outbreak continues the trump administration now banning travel to Iran and also issuing other travel notifications here's ABC's Alex stone travel alert levels are being raised for Americans warning against travel to areas of Italy and South Korea and president trump says the administration is considering travel restrictions at all U. S. borders including the U. S. Mexico border because of corona virus already restrictions are in place for travel to the U. S. from China president trump says he will meet with pharmaceutical company leaders tomorrow at the White House to discuss vaccine development the world's five richest people paying a pretty penny for last week's stock market drop amidst the corona virus outbreak they lost nearly thirty seven billion dollars combined Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was hit the hardest dropping his fortune the one hundred sixteen billion Microsoft Bill Gates was second he called the deadly disease a once in a century pathogen we've been worried about Facebook's mark Zuckerberg became the fifth richest person last year but just dropped to number sixteen mucho reporting ABC's chucks Iverson tells us that oil prices have been dropping because of concerns with the coronavirus with corona virus spreading to more countries the price of oil has dropped precipitously as global demand weakens even further smaller producers with Idoling rigs continue to slash jobs oil industry analysts say what they thought was a contained disruption instead lead to more travel restrictions and even less oil consumed gasoline prices have been fluctuating over the last few weeks but nothing significant that could be attributed to the corona virus according to Jim at castle on our director of public relations at triple a prices do tend to rise for the summer driving season but the effects of.

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Dog Rescued By Firefighters After Falling Through Thin Ice In Amesbury

WBZ Morning News

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Dog Rescued By Firefighters After Falling Through Thin Ice In Amesbury

"Close call for a run away dog in Amesbury over the weekend but she wakes up safe and sound at home today no via a pit bull can thank the quick work of Amesbury firefighters who brought her to safety after she fell through thin ice on Clark Spondon Amesbury again the dog is safe and sound

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"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"What's the temperature what one of the as it's now is it rained so that but there the crews are out there and and they're actively watching the road conditions and will be treating as necessary Richard R. cancer the New Hampshire department of transportation thanks for coming on you're welcome sorry nine thirty three now I think and weather together super retailers upcoming Linda all wheel drive traffic on the three spheres Lori well it is not good out there right now especially on four ninety five and that as a medicine was mentioning it is snowing and it is bleeding and it is raining and we have a tough time on four ninety five today north and southbound between Andover and Amesbury three separate collections being cleared one after ninety three two other ones in the median their ward hill and then there's a third and fourth actually before one twenty five they're in Haverhill ninety three southbound weather related delays from the New Hampshire border down through Wilmington heavy again at one twenty eight but then it's okay after that heading into Medford route three Sabah visibility issues keeping traffic slow from Nash what the forty five what you get there it gets better all the way to one twenty eight however on the northbound side crashes a multiple that one's near Westford road and things for what we're hearing is mostly spin outs out there so one twenty eight south on there is a spin out it's on the on ramp from mainstream Lindfield watch out for that the northbound side there's a new crash vehicle spun out just before one thirty three in Gloucester then got hit by another car watch for delays there as well north expressway not bad sixty minutes heading into the city route three north bound moderate moving in one twenty eight north on the lower end is a good ride between ninety five in the pipe no complaints on a twenty four this morning ninety five north bound is tied up for about two miles getting on to one twenty eight of four ninety five north bound is a rightly crashed watch out for this is west of the city just after route nine in Westborough traffic is slow from the pike to that point Laurie grantee WBZ's traffic on the three lots going on thanks Lori yeah and we certainly have a lot going on in the comes to just the weather in general really depending on where you are I'm looking at the radar right now and I'm seeing a bit of a mix of almost.

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First-of-its-kind clinical trial will use reprogrammed adult stem cells to treat Parkinson’s

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

First-of-its-kind clinical trial will use reprogrammed adult stem cells to treat Parkinson’s

"Large display of some flowers became as of yellow roses and the would mum spelled out in white carnations the Reverend Philip Bromley who conducted the private service told reporters that Charlie Rowley, who's recovering from Nova choke poisoning, sat on the front row during his partners. Funeral. The vicar said tributes were paid by Mr. jesse's family, including her eleven year old daughter. She just said how much she loved her mom and how much her mom had loved her, which resulted in around applause from everybody in the the crematorium just to say how marvelous she had done that and how how courageous you'd be Reverend Bromley said, despite earlier advice about possible contamination risks. He was able to touch the coffin during the blessing and pull bearers carried it into the crematorium as normal. The Nova choke poisoning. Was not referred to explicitly during the service, but prayers were said for the communities of Salisbury and amesbury where many people are still coming to terms with what has happened here. The music included the track beautiful dawn by the singer songwriter James blunt, John k there in Salisbury in southern England. Japanese scientists aren't to begin the first human trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease. The study will work to actively reverse the effects of the degenerative neurological condition. Shivani Davi reports building on the success of animal trials from last year researchers at Kyoto University are using stem cells in the hope that they can reverse the effects of Parkinson's disease. The neurological condition is caused by lack of a chemical called dopamine in the brain. Current treatment does not address this meaning patients were unable to hold or reverse. The effects of the disease only is their symptoms, but using healthy stem cell scientists. Hope they'll be able to recreate. The SOS that create dopamine the team planning to do this bungee thing about five million in juice pre potent stem themselves, otherwise known as cells into the patient's brain. These means specifically programs to replicate parts of the brain that make dopamine. The trial is set to run from the first of August that seven participants. The conditions of these patients will be monitored for two years after the surgery shivani Davi. Coming up in the cloud cost..

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Japan scientists to use 'reprogrammed' stem cells to fight Parkinson's

Global News Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Japan scientists to use 'reprogrammed' stem cells to fight Parkinson's

"Large display of some flowers became as of yellow roses and the would mum spelled out in white carnations the Reverend Philip Bromley who conducted the private service told reporters that Charlie Rowley, who's recovering from Nova choke poisoning, sat on the front row during his partners. Funeral. The vicar said tributes were paid by Mr. jesse's family, including her eleven year old daughter. She just said how much she loved her mom and how much her mom had loved her, which resulted in around applause from everybody in the the crematorium just to say how marvelous she had done that and how how courageous you'd be Reverend Bromley said, despite earlier advice about possible contamination risks. He was able to touch the coffin during the blessing and pull bearers carried it into the crematorium as normal. The Nova choke poisoning. Was not referred to explicitly during the service, but prayers were said for the communities of Salisbury and amesbury where many people are still coming to terms with what has happened here. The music included the track beautiful dawn by the singer songwriter James blunt, John k there in Salisbury in southern England. Japanese scientists aren't to begin the first human trials using stem cells to treat Parkinson's disease. The study will work to actively reverse the effects of the degenerative neurological condition. Shivani Davi reports building on the success of animal trials from last year researchers at Kyoto University are using stem cells in the hope that they can reverse the effects of Parkinson's disease. The neurological condition is caused by lack of a chemical called dopamine in the brain. Current treatment does not address this meaning patients were unable to hold or reverse. The effects of the disease only is their symptoms, but using healthy stem cell scientists. Hope they'll be able to recreate. The SOS that create dopamine the team planning to do this bungee thing about five million in juice pre potent stem themselves, otherwise known as cells into the patient's brain. These means specifically programs to replicate parts of the brain that make dopamine. The trial is set to run from the first of August that seven participants. The conditions of these patients will be monitored for two years after the surgery shivani Davi. Coming up in the cloud cost..

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"amesbury" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Jetted Victoria from the Mondo bizarro world the. Police in England confirming a. Bottle of that Nova chalk the nerve agent the. Russian nerve agent was found, in the house of the fellow. Was poisoned they found a small, bottle so they say in Charlie. Rallies home is in amesbury, England he and his partner Don, Sturgis were found, poisoned on the thirtieth of last month he died as. She has regained consciousness now of the Soviet develop nerve agent poison the two former Russian agents, this is very close all in the same. Proximity this area in the south a few miles away from amesbury Authorities are running tests to see. Both of these bottles came from the same. Batch so it isn't I. Wonder how the step even gets in where did. He get it felt like, go to the drugstore in Russia Okay right just? Go into rugged duty-free like where do you get These are spies there the guy. In his girl and his daughter. That got poisoned they were spies these people. Don't, know their story. They must. Have. Something. Up their sleeve to. Yeah. It's, an area it's funny Just as an aside these are areas of England where a. Lot of people settled in in. Americans Massachusetts house Breen's re to towns next, to, each other here. In Massachusetts I find, that interesting, however not necessarily connected the story twenty one after the hour.

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Police: Investigators found more than 400 items in poisoning case

KRLD Programming

04:09 min | 2 years ago

Police: Investigators found more than 400 items in poisoning case

"The cbs news weekend roundup steve dorsey police are trying to gather more details about how exactly to people were poisoned with a deadly soviet era nerve agent nova chalk in england on friday police say they found a small bottle in the victim's home containing the nerve agent it comes after one of the victims forty four year old dawn sturgis died that is both shocking and utterly appalling british citizen has died having being exposed to another joke nerve agent her partner charlie rowley remains critically ill it's the same type of toxin used in the attack on ex russian spy sergei screwball and his daughter yulia four months ago they managed to recover after months in the hospital police say sturgis enrolling picked up a contaminated item likely used in the initial attack in police are scouring locations they visited including park in salisbury where jennie mcalpine had gone with her daughter the news came quite legs the closed off playing in the day to end the company been in the club so it was a little bit scary to watch police are still advising worried residents not to pick up any foreign objects what do we do do we go into town to avoid town do we just stay at home and hide the british government has accused russia of using its streets and parks is a dumping ground for poison we know back in march that was the russians that we know it was about baruch inhuman act by the russian state but again for this particular incident we need to and let the police do their work the murder of a british citizen ups the ante with russia and kremlin said this investigation is a british problem in any suggestion of russian involvement is quite absurd charlie dagda cbs news amesbury england or learning more about the boys rescued from a cave in chiang rai thailand they are in their soccer coach were hospitalized the last of the group was rescued tuesday after eight eighteen day ordeal teacher crew nice says fourteenyearold dune salmon has always been a leader despite the fact he doesn't have his parents with him or even an official home since the dunes parents slipped him out of me and mar eight years ago to escape the ethnic conflicts there he's become one of many students at the school considered stateless not a citizen of thailand or any other country yet here a dune is a top student and a standout athlete how did you feel when you found out that he was trapped in the cave i was so worried you told us but i do proficiency in languages he speaks for proved key inside the cave as he acted as translator for the british divers during the complicated rescue before they were found a family member tells cbs news the boys work together to survive for nine days in the cave when the boys entered the cave the each had a flashlight they had one watch and one mobile phone with light until the batteries died they were able to check the watch for the time for the first three days they slept close together for warmth and took turns digging in the cave to try to redirect the water that had trapped them and following in the footsteps of their coach all the boys say they want to become monks for a period of time when they're released from the hospital that's a practice fairly common for time in thai officials say they plan to create an interactive museum at the site featuring items such as clothing worn by the rescuers but for now the cave is closed anna warner cbs news chiang rai thailand correspondent mark strassmann visited the cave to experience how easily something can go wrong while exploring i'm standing about fifty feet underground in the only developed k for touring in the entire state of florida while caves are much more challenging in fact this space is about a soft and family friendly as caving gets but even here you do get a sense of how someone could get into trouble in a hurry this is the deepest point of the.

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Five Days, Twenty Nine Minutes and Three Decades discussed on Programming

Programming

03:45 min | 2 years ago

Five Days, Twenty Nine Minutes and Three Decades discussed on Programming

"What makes them take from heist to horror wrong comes to coming of age why do we love them what are the rules on why do we keep coming back for more not secrets secret cinema staff on tuesday night at nine on bbc four and the weather it is going to be mostly dry and very warm at least for most places today some rain in the far northwest today i'm ready for michelle hussein adjusting at the time is just coming up to help us seven zap is over the summer the news in belfast and explosive device has been thrown at the home of gerry adams the former shin thing leader and other senior party members homes also targeted no one was injured shouldn't fain has suggested the attacks were carried out by dissident republicans who are opposed to the peace process it follows nights of rioting in the city of londonderry which police have blamed on dissident groups six people have been arrested in connection with those disturbances has flown a paraglider close to the gulf resort where president trump has arrived to spend the weekend he flew to scotland yesterday evening after meetings with theresa may and tea with the queen mr trump whose mother was scottish and his wife bologna staying at his turnberry hotel officers are continuing their search for evidence in the poisoning of a couple with inova jokin we'll chill last month the met police say bottle was found in a surge in one of the victims house in amesbury and was tested by scientists to porton down charlie rarely who's forty five remains in hospital in salisbury in a serious but stable condition his opponent on sturgis died last weekend the twelve boys rescued from a flooded cave complex northern thailand are expected to be released from hospital on thursday toilets health minister told reporters that the boys in their families needed to be prepared for the meteoroid tension they would receive when they came out the survey for the consultant deloitte found that consumer confidence from april to june was it a seven year high it said the results were boosted by the sunshine and the football world cup the research which came from three thousand consumers fan confidence to be the highest since its inception in twenty eleven the uk's new polish ship which is named after the broadcaster and naturalist david attenborough is to be launched today is the largest commercial should built in britain in three decades the vessel was originally voted to be called boaty mcboatface but the public by the public but ministers intervened the time is twenty nine minutes to eight the syrian city where the first antiapartheid protests erupted seven years ago now has the national flag flying again in its main square darah was taken back by government forces this week they also now hold much of the surrounding province after an offensive that the un says has displaced tens of thousands of people aid agencies say via convoys of supplies are being blocked at the jordanian border as our middle east correspondent tom bateman reports this is your lori five days now three for five days you have inside freaks i met ibrahim on the dusty frontier rose from jordan to syria his lori is among more than fifty we counted filled with aid supplies bound for data province but stock at a desert town on the jordanian border the engine runs day and night to keep the food cool of his do the same to preserve medicines the second abraham is himself syrian from data he left in twenty fourteen and hasn't seen his home since nobody knows what's going to happen whether we will go in or not i feel optimistic i haven't seen my relatives in four years okay.

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Police confirm source of poison that killed woman, sickened partner

Dr. Asa On Call

00:59 sec | 2 years ago

Police confirm source of poison that killed woman, sickened partner

"Time capsule rescue of a young soccer team in thailand by inviting the survivors to the annual awards event originally invited the twelve boys in their coach to the world cup final in moscow on sunday doctors were unable to give medical clearance so instead they're being invited to london in september to watch the awards presentation fief officials say they're also considering hosting another event in the team's honor possibly in thailand tom roberts nbc news radio british police say they found the source of the nova choke nerve agent that killed a woman and left her partner in critical condition a woman identified as forty four year old dawn sturgis died this month after being exposed to nova choke her partner fortyfiveyearold charlie rally is still recovering in the hospital following the incident in a statement police said a small bottle was discovered during a search of rallies house in amesbury more tests are being conducted on the substance you're listening to the latest from nbc news radio.

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Donald Trump, Theresa and Us discussed on Gary King

Gary King

01:28 min | 2 years ago

Donald Trump, Theresa and Us discussed on Gary King

"Donald trump's theresa may's brexit plants will kill any hopes of a trade deal with the us deal like that it will most likely because we'll be dealing with the european union instead of dealing with uk so it will probably kill the deal with if they do that the trade deal with the us will probably not be mad the prime minister's meeting with the us presidents at chequers later could be awkward after that interview with the some in which he also praised former foreign secretary boris johnson this morning a huge balloon will fly above parliament depicting him as a giant baby known hartman's is part of the team behind it we oppose trump's policies and his toxic politics we've sent a message of support for people were affected by his his policies and also a donald trump is now avoiding london altogether there are also people out supporting mr trump protests are what why we fought our revolution to get away from you no offense but that's great if people wanna process i personally haven't seen any protests on some brussels a couple of dozen and other news welches please commissioners asking for more help to deal with investigations into nerve agent poisonings in salisbury and amesbury angus mcpherson told the policing minister the forces facing an extraordinary level of demand on resources almost one in six school pupils has seen something online that encourages self harm a surveys also found one in ten seven two sixteen year olds has been.

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Bristol distillery apologises over 'Novichok' vodka

Steve and Ted

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Bristol distillery apologises over 'Novichok' vodka

"The flight to barbados snake on a plane on a plane or trying to going to play in any way a distillery in england has apologized after developing a seventy five percent proof vodka named after the toxic nerve agent nova choco no oh no that's not good bristol dry gin advertise product on its facebook page saturday three days after exposure to the nerve agent killed one person and made another one critically ill in the town of amesbury in a statement bristol dry gin said number chuck edition has been in development for some time but that admittedly the timing of the release of this product may have lacked sensitivity may have maybe somebody should have been paying attention to the news and knowing what was going on there before they released that's that's that's brutal all right did six thirty eight stephen had had an adventure at our house yesterday my why insure okay by our television center in our living room has been acting up oh no signal has been interrupted in slow and after consulting with the cox people we decided that maybe the the unit itself the box yes you probably need a new one okay out nathan traded in the boxing i took this to the young lady out north at cox she looked at i said is that pretty that is an ancient well there you go luxuries so we got two of them and took them home in in the process it's a simple instructions looks easy and all that you know shelley and i you know how we are we had at least one help phone call to get everything in south and who younger person yeah somebody at the headquarters but we got shelly is sharper than i am obviously on anything but of course on anything technology technology wise on your worst at that stuff he's good at just taking it and just he's a well heard him to my house and set it up from you know she takes it and she won't let go of it you know i don't want i don't wanna use word bulldog it's that kind of attitude anyway we got her done we'd have to call jad and wake him up or anything show six thirty now the hope you've got everything settled up seeing watch cops no fortune about these update now with tom leffler of leffler commodities tom we're good morning steve the cattle teachers traded nixon close positive on the inside trading station tuesday live cattle teachers.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

03:55 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"Australia placing the blame on russia those were almost three hundred innocent people who were killed over eastern ukraine you have the use of wmd on british soil joe again if we lived in a different age this would be the crisis of the moment i think it's only by virtue of the fact that you you've got other mega problems in the world from syria to north korea that this isn't receiving more attention and more alarm in western capitals right and it and it really should serve as a wakeup call as you have the leaders of nato gathering for their summit this week and than also frankly as you have trump preparing his meeting with putin early next week i think this kind of case really brings home the stakes and why it is so crucially important that you have a strong western alliances capable of standing united both militarily in terms of any potential border incursions the leader like dude might tempted to try at some point but also able to stand together politically initials like i thought a great diplomatic victory for theresa may after the scriptural of you know attempted assassination back in march was her success in acting with other allies to expel russian diplomats to send a strong message to moscow i think that you need to be focused and i certainly hope the president trump is going to be focused in these coming days on continuing to cultivate the sort of alliances and relationships with other leaders within that alliance that make it possible for people to respond appropriately incidences like we've just had in salisbury joe written by the head of the house committee that's the house of commons in london their head of their foreign affairs committee effectively a guy named tom to gannett that is calling very clearly for even stronger measures not just expelling spies but new focus on how a russian nationals particularly those in putin's orbit or using britain's legal system on cracking down on money laundering of the russian elites through the british financial system a more comprehensive approach in that's the kind of thing that could usefully be negotiated a between the united states in the uk on a visit of the us president to england at least i think so yes yes absolutely scope for that and i think this is very important angle especially in terms of the uk because there is so much russian money sloshing around here in london especially an i think that there are growing concerns tom to can hit the number of parliament you mentioned has been very keenly focused on a lot of these issues in terms of just trying to understand where this money is coming from yet what are ways the british authorities can better keep an eye on you know how much that money might be ill cotton gains from corruption or you know other potentially criminal activities and em may be obstruct the flow of some of that money through britain's financial system and i think that really does need to be in very very important part of the picture in it is something where again the us can play a big role because the us is also such an important player in the global financial system you know i think that there's a lot of scope for for some of these governments cooperate potentially shitter expertise your information that can help deal with that sort of problem lots going on who knows there could be such excitement on that little island joe where you're sitting we're going to keep a close eye on all of it on behalf of joe and myself mary kissel thanks so much for listening send us your comments at mary kissel and at joseph sternberg on twitter we read each and every one of them will be back with you on wednesday.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

05:04 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"The opinion pages of the wall street journal this is foreign edition now mary kissel welcome back to foreign edition mary here in new york with joseph sternberg in london and joe just to finish up that conversation on the turmoil in parliament today it's coming into particularly parlous time isn't it given president trump's upcoming visit to the united kingdom yes i mean this is the other thing and what's you know kind of a little crazy if you think about it about all of these convulsions and traumas going on in the cabinet right now is that the overshadowing what would otherwise be an enormous event you know both in in terms of its political or strategic significance and also in terms of just the controversy surrounding it in in the extent of the protests and that's the fact that donald trump is going to be here in the uk later this week and i think the the question the increasingly i have in my mind is what on earth are they going to be able to accomplish when he gets into a meeting with theresa may if she is very unsteady in her own leadership role within her party it you know if it isn't clear exactly what the two sides can be cooperating on right now because there's so many of these questions you you and i were just discussing in terms of trade policy and if a president trump's attention is going to be so focused on the nato summit that he will just come from and the meeting with lead mir putin he will be about to go to well let's add another big topic to that worthy you list joe and that was an event that happened again in these last hours in britain a forty four year old woman dawn sturgis british citizen died after being exposed to a nerve agent in amesbury in south west england she was exposed to the nerve agent more than a week ago her partner charlie rally critically ill british police are investigating her death as a homicide joe these scribbles if listeners will remember them a julia and sergei scruple former russian spy and his daughter were poisoned with novacek a soviet era nerve agent just up the road in salisbury the working assumption is that dawn and her partner charlie probably stumbled across whatever it was that was used to transport that virus or that nerve agent rather joe this is really deeply disturbing not just of course the awful loss of life here one ton loss of life but the idea that there could be wmd just thrown around in britain met that's that's that's huge oh absolutely and you know this is really the thing that i didn't get enough attention in the original script whole controversy was this fact that you have russian agents on behalf of president putin so far as anyone can tell traipsing around the british countryside with his very dangerous chemical trying to kill people with it and there's always the danger the innocent people are going to get caught in the crossfire i mean even you you say innocent people it's not as if the script somehow deserved what happened to them but i mean it just goes to show that if you have an environment where you allowing a you know agents of the government vets were to operate a basically with impunity in your own territory people are going to get caught in the crossfire and i mean this was a danger with alexander litvinenko polonium poisoning twelve years ago that also i think that britain was very lucky that there were more victims from that assassination attempt of more people caught in the crossfire of that so you know i think that people shouldn't assume that you are safe from this kind of activity as long as you aren't a russian double agent fact is that no one is safe for the sort of thing is happening you've really hit on the crux of our argument on the detoro page which is if you exact no consequences on russia for this kind of behavior than it will keep happening and what's to say that it won't happen in the united states are in france or elsewhere in we now have two confirmed incidents and when i say incidents you know tr it's understatement of the year tragedies not just the scrip als joe or listen yanko but malaysia airlines flight seventeen remember that down twenty fourteen over eastern ukraine we had earlier this year the netherlands in.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"Tariff rates because those are usually so low so britain goes to negotiate a trade deal with the us the big thing washington is going to want to talk about her going to be a shoes like financial regulation agricultural safety rules food safety rules that might be barriers to american food exports to the u k we can't have that kind of discussion with britain if they are already bound into the eu rules and we can't necessarily have that kind of discussion with the rest of the eu either in a trade he'll like that t tip the transplant that investment partnership was being disgusted if you years ago if they would have to bring the uk along with any regulatory opening that they often let let's let's just return to britain before we run out of time here joe icy three possible outcomes i see a challenge to may's leadership in which you finally get a pro brexit pm that tries to pull the party along before next marches deadline to do a real brexit i see a muddle through option where may clings to leadership and the party muddles along afraid to challenge her because they don't want a labor party led by jeremy corbyn or i see you know a challenge to may an election in germany corbin taking over joe only one of those options sounds good to me the others were gary i know the problem that we got right now here in britain so yeah there's talk of a leadership challenge within the tory party which would mean that the tories would still be the the governing party along with their allies in the northern irish i democratic unionist party but with a different prime minister in charge and presumably the hope among the people who want to wage this kind of challenges that it would be a very vigorous hard brexit prime minister we'll see how well that works out but i think that the problem they're going to have as it's going to take at least one more election and maybe even more elections than that detroit to come up with some sense of the direction british raiders really want to go because you're right now you have the hard brexit line coming from the tories you who've a more moderate line coming from tories and then you also have this very hard socialis view of economic policy in general coming from labor so you have these three different potential configurations repulsive floating around out there and no obvious way of picking a winner right now so i think the key point is now that this roadmap of exists after that checkers meeting at least you're you can start arguing about something instead of the shadow boxing phase that they've been in so much with us well it's all very exciting especially for us to cover we're talking about brexit and the turmoil in the british government and you're listening to four addition from the wall street journal got something to say then email your question or comment to podcasts at dow jones dot com please include your first name and hometown and we may read your email in a future episode again that's podcasts at dow jones dot com from.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WSJ Opinion: Foreign Edition

"Answering your question because although she hid a nominally campaign to stay in the eu during that referendum campaign back in twenty sixteen she was widely perceived as a very weak remain or someone who's hard wasn't really in it it might have had a lot of sympathy for leave cause and in a way that his made her the perfect leader for the conservative party because he is she isn't entirely in one camp and she's not entirely in the other camp in that perfectly describes the conservative party a big part of the problem that they've had is the continued to have is although the tories have long had a very noisy minority within the tory party who cared very passionately about leaving the eu a lot of the rest of the party didn't share that convicts or they didn't share that intensity i suppose hypothetical we'll never know if you had had a very pro brexit pm if that leader could have pulled those people along in gotten these negotiations done earlier i mean it's only the fact that theresa may corralled her cabinet into checkers over the weekend and told them hey you're going to agree to this or i'm gonna fire you that we've come to this impasse right but i think that the problem is the there's always been more of a consensus within the british parliament in favor of eu membership than a lot of the brexit here's were were prepared to admit and i think that's because there's actually a lot more consensus within britain in favor of eu memberships than a lot of break the tears will admit even with that referendum result two years ago i think that what's been fascinating as this debate processes in folded in one of the reasons that has taken them so long even to reach this point where they have a very basic outline of what they want to achieve in these exit negotiations is because they've discovered actually i mean it was a very difficult balance to try to upset all of the benefits that britain received from being in the eu versus all of the costs and so i think the struggle is then ben to come up with some plan that voters seem likely to accept that would make the benefits of brexit outweigh some of the very real cost that will your crew from that change and so i think that they're really in a lot of triple now because some of the more vocal pro brexit members of parliament haven't really understood that maybe the public is an entirely behind them or maybe there limits to how much prepared to sacrifice in order for brexit happened and if you aren't prepared to come up with a radical plan and not just for the trading relationship but also for reforming the domestic economy in britain to make a post you britain economic success then it's going to be a really tough slog to get agreement on anything well you mentioned trade joe that's another issue out of the many that emerged from this checkers agreement over the weekend the us ambassador to the uk woody johnson commenting that the compromise that the prime minister proposed a wooden peed any us uk trade deal presumably joe because we the united states could not accept the kind of regulatory burdens that the eu places on trade in goods correct yes and this is a real problem that they're running into here because you've got the situation where the british economy right now is configured to be very tightly bound into integrated with the rest of the european union on so you have a lot of economic sacrifices that you will have to make if you're going to break some of those ties but they're also stuck because they can't do a lot of the free trade agreements with the rest of the world there was part of the promise of brexit if they don't do that and the this regulatory standard issue is really important i mean listeners might not have picked up on that when we were first talking about within in this checkers agreement it's very important angle on this the notion that britain would accept a european union product regulations agricultural rules i mean that stuff is really what modern trade negotiations or about it isn't about the.

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Long Island college students head to Puerto Rico to help rebuild

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:56 min | 2 years ago

Long Island college students head to Puerto Rico to help rebuild

"Our next traffic update in less than ten minutes on wcbs let's update the five day forecast with meteorologist mike levin mainly clear and comfortable early this morning low sixty four degrees later today mostly sunny and warm high eightyseven mainly clear monday night low seventy tuesday sunny to partly cloudy hot and more humid high ninety two on tuesday and the humidity will make it feel even hotter wednesday turning out mostly sunny high eighty six thursday mostly sunny high eighty five plenty of sunshine a high of eighty five degrees i'm meteorologist michael wcbs weather center sixty eight degrees or the fair sky over central park wcbs news time to fifty that nerve agent attack in britain is now deadly in england the woman who was exposed to the nerve agent novacek has died forty four year old dawn sturgis and her partner were hospitalized in amesbury last week fortyfiveyearold charlie rowley remains in critical condition british officials believed the two were exposed after an ex russian spy and his daughter were attacked in march at is news correspondent elaine key hano it's believed the spy and his daughter were victims of the same agent federal judge could rule today on whether to grant the trump administration's request for more time to reunite the more than one hundred children under five years old separated from their parents at the us mexican border the american civil liberties union sued the trump administration to force reunification by tuesday but the hope is that the two sides can decide on which kids can be excused from that deadline justice department says eighty six parents and eightythree children have been reunited so far two fifty one fifty college students who attend schools on long island are joining five hundred suny and cuny student said it to puerto rico to help out with hurricane maria recovery efforts it's been nearly a year since the storm ravaged the island nation governor cuomo began a summer long recovery and rebuilding initiative and this is as the remnants of tropical storm beryl make their way towards puerto rico the island's power grid still delicate maria caused one hundred billion dollars in damage on this july nine happy birthday to kelly mcgillis from top gun and of course mom always said life was like a box of chocolates you never know what you're going to get tom hanks sixtytwo today also celebrating birthdays today republican south carolina senator lindsey graham is sixty three kevin o'leary of abc shark tank is sixty four to fifty two with wcbs well international soccer tournaments might try nothing rallies the world together like chicken wings so we're doing our part to bring nations together with five traditional wings for.

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"amesbury" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Sixth a british police say two britons who fell critically ill in the town of amesbury were exposed to nerve agent at nova novacek that's the same material that was used to poison a former russian spy in a nearby area last spring now the news this week put the quiet town of amesbury on edge friends have named the couple as charlie rally forty five years old and don sturgis forty four years old i came around eleven o'clock in the morning those later ambulance outside until is pen and don't get and taken out on a stretch very well mouth for even for charlie came out upset they said that was complaining of a headache says she wants to have a she was on the floor fit in the mouth he was packing stuff to get ready to go to the hospital and that's when he started sweating ready badly so he had a shower he said he felt he'd been poisoned or not then he was real can against the who'll make him funny noises and he's always wide open glaze red and ten these patients remained physical condition acutely unwell we will continue to keep your dates from condition choose respecting each day we have seen other members of the public could come to the hospital we have carried out.

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2nd Novichok poisoning likely not deliberate, UK police say

Morning Edition

02:47 min | 2 years ago

2nd Novichok poisoning likely not deliberate, UK police say

"Area even pittsburgh police that have said you know what i know that it's our policy for blue to stand with blue but this was not write something as simple as saying a public statement of this is not right would show a level of trust from the community that is not mayor reverend chenille leonard of east pittsburgh pennsylvania now to follow up on a few things here the status of the officers house arrest is not clear we're checking into that east pittsburgh authorities did put out a statement expressing profound sorrow at the death of antoine rose and saying quote we acknowledge the serious allegations directed at our management of the borough police department finally the city of pittsburgh has also answered criticism of the way it has been policing protests saying protective gear comes out only when police officers feel they are in danger in britain police say to people have been poisoned by the nerve agent nova talk that's the same substance that almost killed a former russian agent and his daughter earlier this year these two new cases were in a town close to celebrate where the earlier poisoning happened counterterror police are investigating and alice ford has the story from london it began on saturday in the town of amesbury wiltshire or woman and a man collapsed and would take him the hospital in nearby salisbury initially it was believed they had taken contaminated drugs but after suspicion about their symptoms samples was sent to a nearby government laboratory late last night britain's top counter terror police officer neil basu announced the results following the detailed analysis of those samples we can confirm that the man and woman have been exposed to the nerve agent which has been identified as the same agent contaminated and sergei that russian defector is nearly died after they were exposed to the substance earlier in the year british prime minister theresa may said then it was highly likely russia was to blame either the state had tried to assassinate scruple or it had lost control of the deadly substance the uk along with the us and its european allies expelled dozens of russian diplomats in response russia denied the attack chemical weapons expert hamish de bretton gordon says these new cases seem severe let's say you have been experiencing over charts had caught a high dais on this occasion they're the two people have no apparent connection with russia they operated and local to the area i think they were contaminated all cells contaminated is pretty clear this wilson an attack president gordon says the original container of the poison was never found and could have been discarded somewhere and that even a few molecules of chuck can be highly toxic some places including a park and drugstore where the two thoughts of being prior to that collapsed on now sealed off for npr news alice for them in london.

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Houston, Christie Riley and East Asia discussed on Red Eye Radio

Red Eye Radio

00:59 min | 2 years ago

Houston, Christie Riley and East Asia discussed on Red Eye Radio

"Third largest fire in colorado history there are areas where flooding problems two around houston for one also southwest minnesota we've had a lot of infrastructure issues bridges water over them roads it could be weeks before we know what the final damage assessment it will be because that water just isn't receiving murray county minnesota spokeswoman christie riley half a world away in south east asia in thailand to work out a rescue plan now for those twelve boys in their soccer coach track deep inside a flooded cave the bbc sophie long this makes you on monday when the boys were found that really we don't appear three or four days on any closer to knowing how they're going to get them out a british couple who fell critically ill in the town of amesbury were apparently exposed to the deadly nerve agent nova chuck same material used to poison a former russian spy in a nearby area last spring medical officials said people who had been in that area should take precautions this is cbs.

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"amesbury" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on AP News

"In a new plan approved by japan's cabinet the energy plan allows japan struggling spent fuel recycling program to continue in the coming decade despite setbacks after the twenty eleven fukushima disaster it also notes for the first time the need to draw down the plutonium stockpile given international security concerns the plan calls for further development of renewable energy but still calls for nuclear energy to account for twenty to twenty two percent of japan's power generation fiscal twenty thirty experts say attaining that goal is almost impossible since utilities are opting describe aging reactors rather than to invest in meeting tighter postdisaster safety standards british counterterrorism police are investigating after an unknown substance caused people to collapse in critical condition ap correspondent charles de la desma reports the incident happened near where a former russian spy in his daughter were poisoned in march the pablo found unconscious in what may have been a drug related incident in amesbury wiltshire on saturday amesbury is just eight miles from salisbury we're fulmer russian spy circe scruple and he's daughter yulia poisoned with a suspected military nerve agent in march further tests on the substance linked to the weekend amesbury poisoning being carried out now for the moment the authorities keeping an open mind about the cools of the incident i am ralph.

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Amesbury, Julia Scrawl and Cocaine discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

01:10 min | 2 years ago

Amesbury, Julia Scrawl and Cocaine discussed on Michael Wallace and Steve Scott

"The blood and sweat and sacrifice of american heroes and these were great american heroes there's been another suspicious poisoning in england two people were found unconscious in amesbury that's eight miles from south berry where sergei and julia scrawl were poisoned on march fourth bbc correspondent duncan kennedy reports will chip police say they i thought too contaminated batch of cocaine or heroin could have made the couple ill understandably residents have been making comparisons to the nerve agent attack in nearby salisbury exactly four months ago today when sergei julius powell were exposed to the toxic substance and spent weeks in hospital no no again here we go it's too close to home against it's being reported that the substance founded eynesbury has been sent to the poulton down research center nearby the same place whether salisbury nerve agent was identified but there's no suggestion this latest incident is comparable to the scruple case it's one thirty four wcbs if you're driving right now and the bafta hit a gas station secret service says skimming devices were.

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UK anti-terror police join 'unknown substance' probe

WBBM Morning News

01:25 min | 2 years ago

UK anti-terror police join 'unknown substance' probe

"It will be called my big fat greek divorce nineteen ninetythree wedding inspired the hit movie people we know great grapes mary creeks navarro dollars who wrote the auto biographical my big fat greek wedding is getting divorced dollar say she and her husband ian gomez have been quietly separated for more than a year after almost twenty five of them as has been in wife she says their relationship had become a friendship and the decision to split was completely mutual and amicable dollars wrote the book instant mom about her struggle with infertility and her journey through adoption he's requested joint legal custody of the couple's eleven year old daughter deborah rodriguez cbs news british police are investigating an incident in which two people were exposed to an unknown substance in town near where a former russian spy and his daughter were poison police say a man and woman are in critical condition after being found in amesbury which is just eight miles who souls pre research and you yes cripple poison on march four police have cooled enough places the two people visited before falling ill but public health officials say they don't believe that to be a wider risk they will hospitalized on saturday and with authorities at first believed they might have taken a contaminated batch of hard drugs experts trying to establish the substance which led to the to becoming ill but it keeping an open mind as to the circumstances surrounding this incident charles de la desma london military veterans have honored an eagle scout for.

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Novichok poisoning: How could it happen again in Salisbury?

AM Tampa Bay

00:47 sec | 2 years ago

Novichok poisoning: How could it happen again in Salisbury?

"Of the flag on the uss monterrey in norfolk virginia this independence day last night the president calling for unity at an event honoring servicemembers this afternoon he and the first lady welcome military members to the south lawn for a picnic british counterterrorism police investigating after an unknown substance leaves to people in critical condition looking for a possible link to the poisoning just miles away of the scribbles a russian spy and his daughter earlier this year and her father sergei were poison with that deadly novacek nerve agent and all the while they're parts of the city that have been cordoned off not any here in salisbury but also amesbury church there where we understand the couple who is said to be in their forties gone before they became unwell rebecca williams with fox's networks news fox.

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Trump Winnows Down Supreme Court Picks

Todd and Don

01:05 min | 2 years ago

Trump Winnows Down Supreme Court Picks

"Now more on the search for anthony kennedy's replacement from fox's rachel sutherland in washington chris president trump is getting closer to making a decision on a nominee to the us supreme court telling it military appreciation dinner in west virginia spent the last three days interviewing and thinking about supreme court justices such an important decision and we're going to give you a great one we're going to announce it on monday the president has interviewed seven candidates so far including federal appeals court is republican senator mike lee of utah chris rachel has been another mysterious poisoning in england british police declaring what they're calling a major incident after two people were exposed to an unknown substance they said the town of amesbury eight miles from salisbury where former russian spy sergei script at his daughter will poison did march sparking a multinational diplomatic disputes police say the man and woman both in their forties are in critical condition after being found unconscious at a house i officers thought they'd taken bad drugs but have since in their investigation in london simon owen fox news.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:03 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"A couple of refined unconscious and the ton of amesbury officers think they may have been exposed to an unknown substance places the couple have visited have been cordoned off both are in a critical condition in hospital in salisbury the trump administration has revoked an extensive set of guidelines issued when barack obama was president which called on us universities to take race into account during the admissions process to promote diversity the attorney general jeff sessions said touch guidelines were unnecessary i dated and inconsistent with existing law but the president of the us lawyers committee for civil rights under law kristen clark has condemned the move african americans and latinos remain underrepresented at some of our nation's elite schools they're still important work that must be done to close those gaps and it's shameful that our federal government is retreating and turning the clock back police in the state of arizona have arrested a ninety two year old woman accused of shooting her son dead over his plans to put her in a care home apparently because he considered difficult to live with a police statements at anime blessing told them that she confronted her son that their shared home in phoenix with to conceal handguns the sheriff's office said mrs blessing told them she had intended to kill herself after the incident and that she deserved as she put it to be put to sleep for her actions bbc news welcome to hard talk on the bbc world service with me sarah montague american foreign policy is undergoing a shift in emphasis and tone more dramatic than at any other time in living memory president donald trump has ripped up the rule book when it comes to how the american government deals with friend and foe alike my guest today was by president obama side during his entire time office one of his closest confidence is title with deputy national security adviser but ben rhodes developed such a close bond with his boss the andrew reputation for being able to anticipate the president's thinking and white house insiders described him as the single most influential voice shaping american foreign policy aside from the president himself in his new memoir of his time in the white house he even says i don't know anymore where i begin under obama ends so what does he feel about the new occupant of the white house and what he's doing with their legacy ben rhodes welcome to hard to how do you explain your connection to president obama well it's one of the reasons why i wrote the book to try to explore that but you know i think fundamentally you're he was running for president who has an eight as an outsider and he hadn't built up the network of people around him that most people run for president do hillary clinton it kind of sucked up the democratic machine and i was coming in as a relative political outsider and newcomer at twenty nine years old and i think we shared a frustration i got into politics for the same reasons he was running for president that that after september eleventh in those attacks that our government gotten it wrong gone wrong in iraq oregon the wrong in a number of other decisions and so we we entered into this process with the same i think shared sense of of trying to make change the other reason though that's important is when you're a speechwriter you have to get inside someone's head because you have to learn how to write in their voice and how do they think and how do they talk and so it was kind of my job frankly to be able to anticipate what he wanted to say what he wanted to do indeed but people seem to suggest that in a in a sense almost went further because you have speechwriters lots of politicians but you always they had i mean was it that your personalities was similar yeah yeah i think we did have some similarities and personality we have very different backgrounds obviously you know he's a mixed race from hawaii i'm from new york but i think we had a similar sense of frustration i think with again the the way things have been going in american politics and foreign policy we had a sensibility of being outsiders even when we were inside the white house which i know sounds strange but we always we never lost that sense how.

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U.K. police declare "major incident" after two found unconscious from unknown substance

Today

03:59 min | 2 years ago

U.K. police declare "major incident" after two found unconscious from unknown substance

"Course it's the three o'clock kickoff on saturday on both bbc television and radio right now to the racing tips off to two winners yesterday worcester five i forty number one doctor done raven bath eight forty also number one attain thank you ralph now michael bikes joined us in studio to tell us about this evening's moral as warning michael morning michelle morning martha the french with their famous fondness for grand gestures asset to abolish racism by declaring there's no such thing as race president macron wants to remove the commitment to racial equality from the french constitution because he says as all humans are more or less genetically identical the very idea of racial difference is prejudice nonsense the narrow narrow biological argument is complex the wider moral question and its consequences endless discredit the concept of race in new cutout positive as well as negative discrimination why stop at race what about other group identities and differences sexualities for instance we've been taught over time to glory and rather than despise is diversity actually dividing us recognizing and protecting those who were marginalized and oppressed the maroma is after the news at eight tonight thanks very much indeed michael and a look at the weather mostly dry with sunny spells but cloud will linger in some areas a chance of isolated and heavy showers in southern britain you're listening to you today on radio four with martha kearney and michelle hussein it's twenty seven minutes to eight and chris aldridge has a summary of the news bbc news understands that vote leave the official group which campaigned for brexit in the eu referendum two years ago is expected to be found guilty of four charges of breaking electoral law the draft of an investigation concluded that it broke spending limits and failed to comply with some rules that lever submitted a five hundred page dossier to the electoral commission rebutting the claims ministers in westminster asserting our plans to manage fishing in british waters when the uk leaves the eu common fisheries policy after brexit the uk government says it will negotiate access as an independent coastal state after twenty twenty the move has been welcomed by the fishing industry but the scott scottish government is expressed concern a major incident has been declared in wiltshire after man and a woman were found unconscious in the town of amesbury police say they initially suspected the couple had become ill off to using contaminated drunks but now believe there may have been exposed to an unknown substance they were taken to hospital in salisbury where they're in a critical condition lisa treating the death of a six year old girl on the scottish island into butte has murder the body of alicia macphail who was from north lanarkshire was found after she was reported missing on monday morning police say the king to speak to anyone who was involved in the search the thai authorities say they have no immediate plans to try to rescue twelve boys and their coach who've been trapped in flooded caves for eleven days in a video released by the thai navy they say they're in good health one solution which carries significant risk maybe to teach the boys to use diving equipment sainsbury's says like for like sales slowed in the first quarter gang up i north point two percent it's chief executive mike coupe said that the market remained competitive it's twenty four minutes to eight from twenty twenty one onwards the uk will be able to implement its own approach to the fishing industry free for the first time in forty years of the ease common fisheries policy that's how the government is framing the proposals to be released later today there are two key issues access to all waters for boats from other countries and access to the eu market for our fishermen three quarters of their catch is exported the eu countries at the moment will bury armstrong chief executive of the scottish fisherman's federation is in our aberdeen studio and we're joined on the line by herod's van balls fourteen chairman of the european fisheries alliance good morning to you both good morning honey let's talk about quotas first.

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"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"amesbury" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Heading up through the amesbury stretch next report eleven thirteen wbz's traffic on the threes and the heat is on again here's the four day wbz accuweather forecast with meteorologist dean devore our summer preview continues very warm and humid with temperatures going up to about eighty six this afternoon building clouds shower thunderstorm could pop up late in the day into the evening any of those could be strong and gusty we're going to see a shower thunderstorm around overnight the low now to sixty three and then occasional showers and a thunderstorm or two tomorrow variably cloudy won't be as warm still sticky tomorrow behind seventyseven the humidity lower saturday breezy with sunan some clouds a high getting up to seventy three and then cooler on sunday clouds a couple of showers with a high near sixty i'm accuweather meteorologist dean devore's wbz newsradio ten thirty believe it or not we're already pushing ninety almost in norwood's sunny there in eighty nine also seeing sunny skies eighty nine in fitchburg beverly sunny and eighty five seeing some sun as well in boston and eighty one degrees wbz news time eleven oh five construction isn't even done but the encore boston harbor could soon be up for sale steve wynn's ex wife elaine told the securities and exchange commission win management could try to sell the casino in order to get out of a negative finding from casino regulators here in massachusetts elaine wind told shareholders this week she thinks some board members could be implicated by the gaming commission and if that happens they wouldn't be allowed to be part of any casino in massachusetts elaine win also filed a lawsuit against wynn resorts seeking to delay the annual shareholder.

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