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"anissa" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In mid August. Pessimistic assessments did not predict that government forces in Kabul would collapse while US forces remain. But Republicans say Blinken is lying. Florida governor onto Santa's is threatening local governments with $5000 fines for requiring employees. To get vaccinated against Covid 19 Daria Aldinger ABC News, citing unlimited wtmj news time 5 31 from the WTMJ Breaking news center, Anissa Weier is headed home. She's a woman who admitted to helping her friend stabbed a classmate in 2014 in Waukesha. To please the fictional character named Slenderman TMJ. Four is Bruce Harrison. At this time, we do know the conditions of Anissa wires release for one, she's expected to live with her father. His current residence is unknown to us. On top of that conditions include a case manager overseeing her medication to help her deal with any anxiety or post traumatic stress disorder should also be barred. From the Internet, the place where she was drawn to the fictional world of slender man in the first place. She's also barred from social Media a cellphone. She'll also be on constant GPS monitoring wires. Friend Morgan Geyser, currently serving a 40 years sentenced. The victim survived the family, saying today that Wire should remain at the mental health facility. Governor Evers wants to get involved in a federal lawsuit over Wisconsin's voting maps. Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Call who is representing Evers says the governor wants the maps from the People's Maps Commission to be on the record and the case. It's my hope that courts will see those maps and decide to move forward. With adopting maps that are fair and then are selected by the voters, not by politicians. There are currently three lawsuits in court about Wisconsin's maps. Two of those are in federal Court. One is in state court. U. S. Capitol. Police say they have arrested a man who had a machete and a bayonet in his truck. Near the Democratic National Committee headquarters more from a B C's faith. The booby Capitol Police say it was around midnight when one of their officers noticed a pickup truck near the DNC headquarters. They say the truck had white supremacist symbols painted on it and an American flag where there should be a license plate. Police say the officer pulled the driver over and found multiple illegal knives in the truck. 44 year old Donald Craighead from California has now been charged. Officers say Quick had told them he was on patrol. His arrest comes just days before far right demonstrators are expected to Rally in D C and support Of those arrested during the January 16th direction. Faith the movie ABC NEWS Washington, Citing unlimited wtmj news time 5 33. It's time for Brewers insider and Here's a drive out to center. Back on. It is Heredia track, he looks up. It is gonna really Domus jumping on the first Midwest Bank hotline. Here's Brewers broadcaster Lane Grendel. All right, lane. Be honest. Were you disappointed? Corbyn didn't go out for the ninth inning. AM being honest, No, I was not as much as I want to see a complete game. No hitter. I know where this team's focuses, and that's October. I was a little surprised He got the eighth. To be honest with you. I really thought in the seventh inning when he got the strike at the end of seventh, I I turned to Jeff and I said, I think he's done and I don't think they're going to put him back out there in the eighth inning because at that Point. You knew he wasn't probably going to be able to finish it. And so I figured they would just They were just pull them out after the seventh, and I think that was kind of Craig Council's plan. But Corbyn Burns was lobbying before he'd even come off the mound. I'm not leaving. This is my game. I'm still staying in there, and so He was able to talk him into one more inning. But that was going to be it. I feel like if it was maybe the end of May Lane, you might have seen him out there. But with every inning burns throws from now to the end of the year, he'll set a new career high for nx pitched in a year and You've got Freddie Peralta just coming off of shoulder soreness. That's the last thing you need with just a few weeks left in the regular season. Yes, And I think the fact that Corbyn handled it so well, and I mean, I talked to him in the dugout yesterday for a long time. And he was our guest on the pregame show. And Corbyn was like, Yeah, totally understood why this decision was made and lobbied for the eighth and I got it, But I knew I wasn't going to get the ninth like I knew that, okay? You know, I wasted my my energy to didn't waste it, but I use my energy to get that eighth inning from him. But he's not even to listen to me for the ninth, but I think it also tells you these guys trust Craig Counsell. They know he's got the bigger picture in mind, and they're going to listen to him and go along with what his Decision is and I think you're right, Greg. Maybe in May, they would have thought about it or June. I think even more likely, if they're out of the race at this point in October is not a thing. I don't think there's any doubt they would have let him go out there in the ninth and try to finish it at that point, But there's just bigger things on the horizon for this team is great as a complete game, no hitter would have been I also think there's something kind of fitting about this team having a combined No, no, because it's really been an all for one type of approach all season long and their depth has been the thing we keep talking about, and so I feel like it kind of worked that it was a no no in a combined fashion, so the Brewers are the only team in the National League Lane with flexibility here, they might end up catching the Giants, but they're red hot for best record in the National League. I don't have to. That's really top on the priority list, but with with a comfortable division lead here, what else could you ask for right? You can set your rotation. You can rest guys. If you choose. You can go to an eight man rotation. If you wanted, like like this is rare territory yet, and it's not just about the arms. It's about the position players to guys like Willie Adama's whose nursing his injury rowdy tells all of these guys. You can be really conservative with how quickly you try to bring them back and how often you have them in the lineup when you do. B. Garcia has been dealing with some issues. And he doesn't have to be in there every day. Right now. It's a really next luxury to have. And Craig Counsell can make sure these guys are all fresh and healthy going into October. And look, it's something about September and look how they're playing again in September. This happens every single year with this team. It's really incredible..
"anissa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Preliminary election is tomorrow, The field will be cut down from five candidates to to Patriots lose their season opener, but rookie quarterback Matt Jones looks sharp, the FDA warns. Don't give your young kids under 12 a covid vaccine before the agency approves. Massachusetts is among three states. That's it that have fully vaccinated two thirds of their population. The White House focuses on wildfires out West Today, ABC is Karen Travers with more President Biden travels to Idaho and California today, a busy day that will have him focusing on wildfires. He'll visit the National Interagency Fire Center in Idaho and then traveled to California to meet with firefighters survey damage during an aerial tour. And deliver remarks on his administration's response to these wildfires tonight. The president campaigns for California Governor Gavin Newsom the day before voting ends in the recall election, their recent polls have shown Newsom is likely to hold on to his office. Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington Officials along the Gulf Coast or warning people there. Don't let your guard down. There is another name Storm. ABC is. Jim Ryan is in Texas 2021 Atlantic hurricane season reached the letter, and in it's alphabetical listing of storms. When Tropical Storm Nicholas took shape in Mexico's Bay of Camp a cheque and began moving north toward the U. S. If you're prepared now, you don't have to Rush to get prepared. Okay, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner says Nicholas is expected to remain a tropical storm, but it doesn't have to be a hurricane. That's what I want People to know. Some of Houston's deadliest flooding has come not from hurricanes but from tropical storms. Jim Ryan. ABC NEWS Dallas The which city is mulling over how to save its historic sites from climate change. Salem will host a free workshop today and tomorrow focused on protecting that city from rising seas. It's called keeping history above water. Salem will look at another city with deep ties to the past Charleston, South Carolina, and the strategies they're using to protect their coastline. A civic event in Springfield at the Mass mutual Center had to be shut down after a fight breaks out, allegedly between a vendor and a patron. WBC's jump payback reports The event had to be cancelled shortly after it got underway. The soul factory putting on the event officials say they were just trying to get back to the community with what was being billed as the biggest swap meet in Western mass. Officials say they will address the issues later today. They do say they were stunned by what went on and we'll need some time to recover from it. The event was to provide shoes and other supplies for the school year for kids, details of exactly what happened. Haven't been released by police yet in the Springfield bureau John Barabak wbz Boston's NewsRadio. The event also issued an apology on Instagram, saying they were deeply sorry for the turn of events. A New York hospital says it will have to temporarily shut down the maternity ward because too many of its workers quit rather than get vaccinated against Covid. CBS is Brendan Strap is in low Vilnius, York, the hospital pausing delivering babies due to an increase in resignations, six of them within the unit. Since the state mandated all hospital workers must get at least one dose of the covid vaccine by September, 27th if we can pause the service And now focus on recruiting nurses who are vaccinated. We will be able to re engaged in delivering babies here in Lewis County, Louis County Health System CEO Jerry Care says they're working with the Department of Health to make sure this is only a pause and not a permanent closure of the maternity unit. There are still 165 employees in the system that have yet to get a single dose of a covid 19 vaccine there. Britain's Prince Andrew back in the spotlight at a hearing into sex assault allegations in New York, this is the closest Jeffrey Epstein accuser, Virginia Godfrey has come to facing Prince Andrew in court. She claimed she was trafficked to the queen's second son when she was underage. Buckingham Palace no longer issue statements on Andrew's behalf. He withdrew from all royal duties in the uproar over His friendship with the late convicted pedophile good phrase. Lawyers claim they successfully served him with legal papers demanding that he testified by Friday. Vicki Barker. CBS NEWS London, One of two teens convicted of stabbing a 12 year old back in 2014 will be released early from a mental health institution today, Anissa Weier. Stabbed one of her peers 19 times, saying she did it to please of fictional cartoon character. Mark Stevens, with CBS News looks forward to moving on the judge approved Anissa wires release plan at a hearing Friday. Why are is one of the teens convicted of stabbing a 12 year old in 2014 to please the fictional character known as Slenderman Wire was ordered to serve 25 years at the State Mental Health Institute, but successfully petitioned the court for conditional release. The judge agreed she did not pose a significant threat to herself or others at a hearing July 1st. As part of her release plan. She will wear a GPS monitor 24 hours a day, seven days a week, coming up next traffic and weather together. Also, we have an update on a local folk legend and rebel named River Dave. Of New Hampshire. We'll tell you about that in a minute when you wake up and when you get home,.
"anissa" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"At this is Bloomberg Radio. Now Global News update. Americans out of the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on Saturday ceremony was held at the Pentagon where hijacked American Airlines flight 77 crashed on that day in 2000 and one Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin spoke at the ceremony, saying the families of victims carry paint every day and the Cerro never ends. Austin also Award. The U. S. Must remain vigilant about ongoing threats to our democracy church in New York City, destroyed on 9 11 has risen from the ashes. Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church was destroyed when the twin towers collapsed. That 80 year old church has been rebuilt near one World Trade Center and reopened this weekend as a national shrine to the memory of those who died. The government's account of a recent drone strike in Afghanistan is being met with skepticism by a report that suggests one victim was not a threat to the US at all. Jim Forbes has more, according to The New York Times the drone attack that American officials say killed an ISIS terrorist Carrying a bomb in a car moving toward US troops may have killed a man with no ties to Isis, a man who was simply carrying water to his family. American military officials say at the end of August, the drone attack was in response to an eminent threat by suspected suicide bombers. The time says after watching video evidence and interviewing people in Kabul. The newspaper has doubts about the version of the events told by the U. S military. I'm Jim Forbes. One teenagers dead, another injured after a shooting at a hayride event near Pittsburgh. Now police are looking for a teenage shooter. They say a 15 year old boy was killed last night while participating in the heart of Hayride. The injured teen in critical condition. Allegheny County police say a group of teams got in an argument before For the shooting in a suburb of the city and the MTV Video Music Awards set for today in Brooklyn. Full fighters will be honored with the first every U. S Global Icon award and they'll perform I'm Scott Car Police around Riverside, California are looking for the Vandals who stole dozens of American flags at a memorial honoring the 13 service members killed during a bombing in Afghanistan's Kabul airport. Three locals were among the victims, Riverside police warned. Whoever's doing it could face felony charges and jail time wasn't about the flag. This is about what that represents to these 13 lost heroes. These 13 families that are suffering this after 13 American flags in the Marine Corps flag were ripped to shreds over Labor Day weekend as they hung over a 91 riverside Freeway overpass. One of the two women committed to a mental hospital as part of the 2014 so called slender man stabbing is set to be released tomorrow. A judge in Wisconsin approved conditional release for Anissa. We're saying the 19 year old is no longer a danger to hers. Self or others were was committed in 2017 after a jury found her not criminally responsible. Due to mental illness in the stabbing that nearly killed a fellow middle school classmate. Tennis is top ranked Novak Djokovic tries to make tennis history Today with a win at the US Open Final and New York Joel Stern has more vicious five set win over Alexander Serve put someone one away from the first calendar Grand slam for a man since Ron Labour in 1969. Tennis is very.
"anissa" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Not true. Back in the Dumpsters next? Yes. Uh, Are you ready for the news? Are you having I'm always ready having a moment? Uh, Deborah Mark has more LAPD chief. Moore says there have been 597 vehicle pursuits this year compared to 484 last year, an increase of 23%. He says that the thefts and shootings are the top causes of those car cases. 961. As of the 28th shooting victims versus 721 last year. That's a 33% increase in over two year period. It's a 45% increase in car chases, I should have said. Morris says his department is always reevaluating how officers engage in chases. A man from Long Beach has been sentenced to four years in state prison for crash that killed a man in a wheelchair. The disabled man was in an unmarked crosswalk. In June, when he was hit. He had been pushing a cart full of his belongings across Stern Street. The driver was convicted of gross vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. One of two young women in Wisconsin involved in the stabbing of a classmate to please the horror character. Slender man is said to be let out Monday from a mental health facility. Anissa Weier is 19 and has been at the facility for almost four years. She egged on her friend repeatedly stab another girl in 2014. All three girls were 12 at the time. Russia has accused American Tech companies of election meddling. ABC is Connor Finnegan says Russia has been pressuring social media giants like Twitter over content critical of the Kremlin. Russian state media says US Ambassador John Sullivan was summoned on Friday meeting with Russia's deputy foreign minister and presented with quote irrefutable evidence of election interference. The U. S is Ambassador Sullivan met with the deputy foreign minister to discuss a range of bilateral matters in the southern California Toyota dealers. Traffic Center. We make it easy. We have a crash on the 55 in Santa Ana. This one's on the south side of MacArthur Boulevard. It's blocking the two right lanes. Delays here overall backing up away from 17th Street out of the test in Santa Anna area. Now let's check in with Michael Brian K. F Eye in the Sky. Sponsored by injury. Attorney Superwoman super lawyer dot com is checking out Pasadena. Yeah, bit of a dope ass of the 2 10. 2 10 eastbound loads up just out of downtown Pasadena. It's like very heavy over towards Irwindale, and there's a little problem clearing there on the right shoulder and up ahead of that. You've got more slowing, starting around the 57. 57/2 about Free street. It's going to loosen up a bit, and then back on from baseline. Much of the way to the 15 problems out into Fontana re alto area that's on the 10 eastbound, and it looks like just about Riverside Avenue. Looks like it least the liner to his block. It's already jamming up on that stretch from Sierra and before you get that far, you get some pretty choppy stuff are not slowing. From Pomona, leaving the Kellogg interchange. Much of the way into Fontana injured in an accident visit Superwoman super Lawyer Com Mike O'Brien KF eye in the sky. K F Eye in the sky Help sketchy there Faster. I'm Angel Martinez looking for Southland Weather from KF five Sunday. Tomorrow High seventies at the beaches mid eighties to mid nineties from Metro L A 90 to 1 Oh, four in the valleys around 95 for inland O C 97 to 12 in the I e.
"anissa" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Kicking in well before. Capitol drive. So from Capitol Drive into downtown. That's about 20 minutes. An extra 16. We'll get your full traffic report here coming up in a couple of minutes, but also following some breaking news this afternoon, Anissa Weier, one of the girls convicted in the slender man stabbings in 2014 being granted her conditional release from a mental health facility. The 19 year old wire spent nearly four years at the Winnebago Mental Health Institute. She, along with friend Morgan Geyser, lured Classmate Patent Lightner into a park in Waukesha. Guys are stabbed Lautner Lightner multiple times while why are urged to run all three girls were 12 years old at the time. And on the eve of the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 terror attacks, New York police and other state and federal agencies on high alert this weekend with an increased presence throughout Manhattan is the weekend begins. They have not yet said if there had been any credible threats thus far time for the WTMJ Drinking Associates market update At this hour, the Dow was down 158 points to 7 34,020 the NASDAQ Down 89 to 1 15,058, the S and P is down. 20 points to 44 70 to get a check in the roads. Wtmj paella wi dot com Time saver traffic again Significant significant delays 43 cm because of this crash at Highland Avenue. Blocking the right lanes of the road into downtown again, 48 minutes, according to the DLT, That's a 36 minutes. Backup Keep delays again kicking in well before capital drive, So that's your trouble spot right now. Otherwise we're looking OK. 94 westbound downtown at the zoo is seven minutes. Highway 16 the normal 10 41 Cell phone highway Q two. The two moving okay at 14 minutes and no problems. 94 south And once you get past the market interchange downtown.
"anissa" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"On, Wtmj said. It's hard little Nellie tonight at Summerfest, the U. S Cellular Connection stage going to be a beautiful, beautiful night. Nice weekend, too. For the big gig. Jane and Caroline for Steve Scarpitti, who will be back with Monday with Carol and taking your calls and your tics at 85561616 20. The Econet mortgage talking text line, just about places you like to hang out with your friends and get a little drinky. Yeah, I You know, and we really are and iconic area for that, You know, I mean, but it's it's statewide. It truly is eco statewide. There are a couple of places of Madison that I absolutely loved and I love going up North. I do. I love going up north You can schlub in. You don't have to put any makeup on or anything, And it's just here I am. It's so funny that you say that my sister and I took a road trip and we went through her early so we could stop at copper Falls. And we went in for a drink. We both had a glass of wine. It was $6 for two glasses of wine, and we just looked at each other and said, Well, now we're having another one. Yeah, we can't not have exactly that would be wrong from the 26 to a great conversation. No frills bar, check out between the greens in Sock Ville. Thank you for that suggest I will, because that's not far from where I live, right, right. That's Axl's on Oakland. There's a couple of them over there. Red lion is kind of cool. Um I just don't You know what? I just don't get over to the East side that much either. Unfortunately, it's and then that too, while Mark is a city of all different neighborhoods, and that is a very you know, Brady Street is like nothing else, right? Um, the vibe there and But, yeah, sometimes it's just easier to stay in your own in your own little neighborhood traveling. I mean, yeah, Like I said, the Highland House. I can walk, which is very convenient and you are not the only 11 of the directors said that she actually uses a strike his sector. Step two to step up the dip. Oh, that, you said, is so good. It's still Bush drink. It's apparently drinkable. It's very Oh, it's delicious. But I so I mean, the Highland House in the summer is real easy because you can walk there and it's got a beautiful big patio. And so I mean, I just It's kind of a joint too, You know, I mean, I just like those Die more more relaxed, a little more relaxed. It's just that people are way more interesting. And I don't fit in with that hoity toity crap. I just don't well and those I think, too, In those higher in places you don't you don't have those bar conversations because everyone is too concerned about Being cool. Well, I just think that it's much harder to strike up a conversation in the high end place than it does in in a diver. Yeah, yeah, It's a little looser. It's just and I There's just nothing. I get into a lot of trouble because I'm so friendly. I mean, sometimes it gets twisted around, But I just I said this yesterday I find people so fascinating. I want to know your story. I want to know everything about you. And I'm telling you right now, I will. She'll find it out. Absolutely. You will like me by the end of this conversation, or or or else which is such a good way to approach to approach friendship. Yeah, I wear you down like Chinese water torture. All right. We have a virtual baseball coming up at To 10 35, and we need to contestants right now. The academic mortgage talk and text line 855. 61616 20 virtual baseball coming up right after the 10 30 news and stick around around 10 45 we're going to talk to you about, uh, there's a very special bicycle ride That's happening tomorrow in Milwaukee. Yeah. You shared that with me. They want to have a heads up for that. Right now We're heading to the WTMJ breaking news center. Here's Mike Spalding. Thank you. Jane. Teachers in the Milwaukee public School district will need to be fully vaccinated against covid 19 or stand to lose their job. The school board voted Thursday, becoming the first district in the state. Yeah. Mandate a vaccine for staff members President Biden also making it mandatory for employers with more than 100 employees to get a vaccine or have a weekly testing plan in place. Biden also requiring federal employees and contractors that work with the federal government to get a vaccine and one of the two women involved in the slender man stabbing seven years ago could be released from the mental health institution. She's called home since 2017 Anissa Weier expected to be granted her condition or re released during a court hearing this afternoon. Time for a WTMJ drinking associates market Update The Dow down 1 50 7 34,029 the NASDAQ Down 31 points at 15,000 to 13, the S and P 500 is down 14 points at 44 79. Wtmj paella wi dot com Time Saver Traffic.
"anissa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"City councilors Michelle Wu, Andrea Campbell and Anissa aside by George last month, had more money in the bank. Then Janey did woman. Campbell have a little bit more than a million dollars in the bank. The Globe saying Assad be George had just over 665 grand Janie has just under 540,000 on hand. Meantime, in the Big apple. They're one step closer to a brand new mayor there. CBS's Matt Piper has more from New York. Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams has become the uncontested Democratic nominee for mayor of New York City. It comes after his two closest rivals, Katherine Garcia and Maya Wiley, both conceded today. Adams ran on an anti violence platform, highlighting his work as a former NYPD captain before the concessions he was on CBS this morning. Every agency in the city in this country must be part of dealing with gun violence because we deal with the gun violence. We're going to start dealing with the theaters of my silence. We've ignored that, for far too long. Adams is the heavy favorite in November's election against the Republican nominee, Curtis Sliwa. Matt Piper, CBS News New York and the Feds giving the thumbs up now to Massachusetts plans to open up schools this coming year Because of that they're now distributing more than $610 million in federal funds to the state to get it done. Officials say there will be a strong focus as well on addressing the new the needs of students disproportionately impacted by the pandemic Education department, saying Massachusetts just one of six states around the country to get approval for these funds under that plan, It's going to the Cape at 6 49 the future of the town seal in a town. They're not exactly clear this evening. WBC's Tim done reports, a historical commission found the seal features inaccurate, inaccurate depictions of Wampanoag people. Er meth Town Seal was created in 18 95 and depicts a Wampanoag tribal member standing with a spear in front of the T P in the back drop of the ocean at the Board of Selections. Latest meeting, the town's historical commission noted multiple inaccuracies in the seal, including that the Wampanoags never lived in. TPS Selectman Daniel Horgan said that he's up for hearing suggestions. On a new town seal. I'd like to see recommendations to bring our seal to a higher plane. Selectman Michael Stone disagrees. I think it's a stretch to try to say that because there's a teepee there instead of we to that, that somehow offensive.
"anissa" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"20 wtmj handed off to Steve's graffiti have a safe and sane Fourth of July weekend. Yeah, this is the This is one of those weekends that I look forward to. The weather is usually pretty nice. It sounds like you have a great weather weekend. We obviously have the festivities for Independence Day. Fourth of July. Parades are kind of back for the most part, I think. Yeah, yeah. Some church festivals didn't get to do what they wanted to do this year. Those that do it later seem like they're going to be able to pull it up. But yeah, it's it's about as normal as it's been. Yeah, so I think a lot of a lot of us are and a lot of you are ready to get back to normal. And I'm going to bring actually bring back some history. We're gonna hear from JFK on Fourth of July in 1962, Ronald Reagan in 1986. And some fun. A fun one with remember the guy from Independence Day. The President Bill Pullman. Yeah, well, he did a new ad for Budweiser. This thing is hilarious. And we're gonna play that whole ad for you know, not shilling for Budweiser. I don't drink blood. But it is just hilarious. How he kind of encapsulate all of the pandemic into that great independence day story that we all love from. I think about 20 years ago now, that long already? Yeah, I think so. Anyway, we got a great show today and not a lot of guests. But just a lot of talking And you so join us 85561616 20. Time for the news. It is 8 30 from the WTMJ breaking news Center Jane Matinee. Thank you, Steve without their biggest star Yanez under the Campo, the Milwaukee Bucks still beat. The Hawks won 23 1 12 last night Game five of the Eastern Conference finals. They can clinch a trip to the finals on Saturday night in Atlanta. A Wisconsin judge says the woman convicted of stabbing her classmate to please a fiction ery on lap fictional online character in 2014 can be released from a mental health facility. 19 year old Anissa Weier asked Waukesha County Judge Michael Boren. Who released her from the Winnebago Mental Health Institute, arguing she's no longer a threat born agreed on Thursday and ordered her release He gives state officials 60 days to draw up a plan wire will be held at the facility at least until hearing on September 10th America's employers adding 850,000 jobs in June. That's well above the average. Of the previous three months. Assigned companies may be having an easier time finding enough workers to fill open positions. Friday's report from the Labor Department, the latest sign the reopening of the economy, propelling a powerful rebound from the pandemic recession. Time for the WTMJ Drinking Associates Market Update A sea of green at the opening bell the Dow is up 37 at 6 34,070, the NASDAQ of 56 at 5 14,078. And the S and P is up almost 10 at 43 29. Debbie, Alaska, South.
Teen Involved in 'Slender Man' Stabbing to Be Released From Mental Health Facility
"County, Wisconsin. Judge ordered the release of Anissa were imprisoned in a mental health facility in recent years after being convicted of stabbing a classmate nearly to death to please the fictional horror character dub slender man. You're
"anissa" Discussed on AP News
"President of the United States or his employees or his company. The charges involved fringe benefits given to employees such as the use of apartments, cars and school tuition. It was supposed to have been a controlled explosion of illegal homemade fireworks in the Los Angeles neighborhood last night. That sound from Katie TV. The massive blast was felt two blocks away. 17 people hurt, including nine Los Angeles police officers at a federal agent. The past. The blast flipped and damaged cars, smashed windows in homes and a laundromat. It could take days to figure out what went wrong Update On Wall Street, the Dow gained 1 31 S and P edged up half a percent, gaining 22 points and the NASDAQ posted a five point gain. This is a P news. On a 63 ruling, The Supreme Court overturns a lower court ruling ruling instead that in Arizona election law setting regulations on who can return early ballots for another person and allowing the refusal to count ballots cast in the wrong precinct. Is not a violation of Federal Voting Rights Act. AP Supreme Court correspondent Mark Sherman. The court said that neither of those things is racially discriminatory under the Voting Rights Act, and a lower court had ruled that they were racially discriminatory. That they had disproportionately affected black, Hispanic and Native American voters. Wisconsin judge orders the release of a woman who has spent more than three years in a state mental health facility after being convicted of stabbing her classmate to please an online horror character. Now, 19 year old Anissa Weier argued in a petition for conditional release that she's no longer a threat to anyone. I'm Tim Maguire. AP News House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, his name the members of the New Select Committee on the January capital Riot, Mississippi Democrat Bennie Thompson will lead the committee. We have to get To the bottom of finding out All the things that went wrong on January six. There is one Republican on this committee Congresswoman Liz Cheney. Minority leader Kevin McCarthy threatened to strip Republicans have committee assignments. If they accepted an appointment to this committee. I was shocked that she would accept something from Speaker Pelosi. Would seem to me is since I didn't hear from her. Maybe she's closer. Her than us. I don't know. Cheney has directly blamed former President Trump for the riot, saying he's summoned the mob assembled the mob and lit the flame of this attack. Ed Donahue, Washington.
"anissa" Discussed on AP News
"Former president of the United States or his employees or his company. The charges involved fringe benefits given to employees such as the use of apartments, cars and school tuition. It was supposed to have been a controlled explosion of illegal homemade fireworks in the Los Angeles neighborhood last night. That sound from Katie TV. The massive blast was felt two blocks away. 17 people hurt, including nine Los Angeles police officers and a federal agent. The past. The blast flipped and damaged cars, smashed windows in homes and a laundromat. It could take days to figure out what went wrong Update On Wall Street, the Dow gained 1 31 S and P edged up half a percent, gaining 22 points and the NASDAQ posted a five point gain. This is a P news. On a 63 ruling, The Supreme Court overturns a lower court ruling ruling instead that in Arizona election law setting regulations on who can return early ballots for another person and allowing the refusal to count ballots cast in the wrong precinct. Is not a violation of the Federal Voting Rights Act. AP Supreme Court correspondent Mark Sherman. The court said that neither of those things is racially discriminatory under the Voting Rights Act, and a lower court had ruled that they were racially discriminatory that they had disproportionately affected. Black, Hispanic and Native American voters. Wisconsin judge orders the release of a woman who has spent more than three years in a state mental health facility after being convicted of stabbing her classmate to please an online horror character. Now 19 year old Anissa Weier argued in a petition for conditional release that she's no longer a threat to anyone. I'm Tim Maguire. AP AP News.
"anissa" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"This is not a joke. Oh, You know what the joint Chiefs told us. The greatest threat facing America was. What is it? Global warming? Oh, well, I thought it was white supremacy. I don't know. Right now. The greatest threat to the United States is that joker That stumbled and bumbled his way into the Oval Office. Wayne in Dallas waiting. How are you? Yeah, very good, Rick. And thanks for bringing up the subject, and I do agree. We have a multitude of problems, but I've kind of narrow it down. For today. It leased to one A and one B. And, like you said, this constant talk of white supremacy being like I see it being a racial divide, and what I think he's doing is drip by drip. You know, with all this white male supremacy stuff he's conditioning everybody for the day. When he does an executive order for reparations because all your low information voters are going to say Oh, yeah, yeah, That's what I've been hearing about all year and I agree with the president. We need to have reparations. Now that brat blacks have been oppressed for all these years, you know? Well, Wayne. That's why I called this the reparation generation. Um, because whether it's right wrong or indifferent. Um, you know what was in two weeks ago Name? No. Wasn't that long ago? Biden used blacks in TV commercials as a barometer for whether racism exists and whether we're coming out of racism. I'm sorry. That's the dumbest damn thing I've ever heard in my life. Um, well, you don't measure racism. How many blacks are on TV selling soap? Exactly exactly and again. If I go to one, my one be here is this the Covid scam, and Tucker Carlson laid it all out last night where, he said thousands of people have died from this shot over the last few months, and there's been a spike in mile card itis, which is hard inflammation of many young people getting this, So just think of all those stress on families and Extra medical bills and everything just from the shot. We still don't know. You know what it has not been authorized by the F D A. And I do want to thank Governor Abbott for signing the bill to stop passports here in Texas because there's no way a private company should be able to step in my constitutional rights by requiring passports. Yeah, well, I'm glad you brought that up. You know, I've been asked by Hundreds of people. Rick, Have you received the vaccination shot? No, I haven't. Um and probably won't. Um And they said, Oh, my God. Why? How can you you know you turn on TV turned on the radio pick up printed material. People on the street holding signs. Everybody's saying Get your shot. Get your shot. They're giving away money and sporting tickets and beer. And in some cases, marijuana. I'm not making that up. Um, for people to get vaccinated. Well, I just went through a pretty intensive. Invasive surgery. And, you know, I'm I got meds I take every day and for the very region you just mentioned, um the heart inflammation. Um No, I've heard other doctors say the same thing. What? You know if I'm if I'm still on this side of the grass after everything I went through, Why would I take a chance on an experimental vaccine? Now, if you're in relatively good health and your immune systems where it should be, you know you do what you want to do. But no, I don't think I don't think vaccine passports are the way to go. Definitely agree, Rick and they should tell you Also about only half of all the employees of CDC, NIH. You're taking the shot. That should tell you everything you need to know. Wine. Very good call. Thank you, sir. Have a great weekend. Nesa. I think I'm saying that right? Is that correct? Anissa? Yeah. I'm sorry. Say again. Anisa, Anisa. Thank you. Yeah. Can you hear me again? I've got you find Anisa. Okay, Um Listen every day and I'm glad you're back. And I'm glad you're well and I wish I could quit smoking all of those. Love you. Keep up the good work. Thank you very much. I called you because I was out on a 20. I heard you talking about the lady that was fussing about. They promised us this until this long and, uh, not going back to work and people being lazy and that's fine. And and some of that's truth, Okay? I'm a gig worker. I'm adored Asher. When all of this stuff went down, everything closed. I was home for much. Okay with my daughter to my sons went out of work. They live at home it we're in a two bedroom house. Uh, My point. Is they the government given Y s B a loans, Small business loans, paycheck, protection of islands. Um, the unemployment with the stimulus or the benefit of the extra whatever. They were throwing it away, giving it away. Take the money. Take the money. And I was even told I make too much for food stamps, you know, sitting at home. Anyway, I do draw a widow Social security, but it's only $700 a month. But my point being is, uh, I started back to work when the restaurants started opening up and everybody had their personal protection year. Them Ash. There's hand sanitizer everything. You know, started back to work. I started back to work. I reported my income to these people. Now there was zero job searches on the twc. You weren't required to make any job searches, but I still went out and I went to work as much as I could every day. And, uh, are reported the income that I was making. Which was like under half of Have a good day. Anyway, my point being, uh, two weeks ago, Not even two weeks ago. Now I receive a letter from the T. W C that they have overpaid me to the amount of $3000 You know, when you're on food stamps, you have to report your income. When you're on the twc. You have to report your income Now they're coming to collect it back. What they gave out what they said. Take it. Take it. Sign up for it. Do it. Whatever you know. Now I'm in. I'm in the hole for three. Your hands. They're going to do this. Two more people know, Of course, you can do a lot more people. The idea and good calling this, uh, a misa, I think is how you pronounce it. That's a good call because it's it shows exactly what the government intended to do. The government government intended and intends today to make as many people dependent on government is absolutely possible. And you know, the only way that government can increase in size and scope is what By having more people dependent on it. The more people that depend on you than the larger you become. The more powerful you become. And in your particular case, um I would get there plenty attorneys out there that will talk to your pro bono won't cost you anything. Um, I would get a hold of one tomorrow. Absolutely tomorrow and say Look, this is my dilemma. And, you know, Anissa, you call me back and let me know how that search for an attorney goes for you. And if nothing else, I'll direct you to Have toward a guy that may be able to help you a little bit. So you can put her on hold and tell her to give us a call back. First of all, Inessa, find yourself an attorney that will work pro bono. Don't be embarrassed about that. Just call them up and saying Hey, You know, I need somebody that can help me pro bono. And here's my situation. Let me know how that works for you. And if you don't get anywhere, you call me back. I'll try to get going in the right direction. Because something I despise more than anything else is when government, um reaches out and and works at making us dependent on them, And that's a good example. What she's going through. I'm Rick Roberts News talking 20. W B a pig..
"anissa" Discussed on A Desi Woman with Soniya Gokhale
"So you rallied. You're the the true model minority that has come back. And said you know what. I am not giving up and is so much heart wrenching narrative and life story and what i just described but you should live day and i was struck by the through no fault of your own. Your life. trajectory was hugely impacted by these concussion. And as a life coach help to ask you. do you think this was some sort of divine intervention. Though is much more about life than circumstances that i'm about two dozen to that question came up in my mind those reading her story so many in our community In south asians and indians in poor student immigration laws. I woke call out to this country. There's a such a hyper focus on stem careers and whether to your pants influence or otherwise and it seems that meteor like experiences were actually better preparing you for the amazing fueled that you're in now and we'd love to hear more from this anissa from you. Yeah that's a great question. So at that time i was religious but not spiritual so at that time i would say you know if you'd asked me this question when i was going through this and as i've gone through this yes i was praying a lot but again i think it was the nature of prayer that our parents and our communities to right or that we go through in our temples and stuff which are more about the socializing and less about the divinity and that time i do think it wise. You know there was. You know a little bit of a religious practice now. I'm almost completely not religious. But i'm extremely spiritual and i think those too often do get conflated and so for me it was. It was actually separating that so to answer your life coach question about was it divine intervention. You know. I think what makes sense to me now. Given the journey that i've gone on is to thanks wine. Is that whether you call a divinity whether you call it science or whatever label you wanna put on it. We are infinitesimally small moving parts in the ecosystem of the universe. And i even say that in my book right the essence since the big sense. If if you believe in the big bang theory or if you believe in any aspect of the universe thing we do know is that the universe is still growing and expanding as it's having all of these internal explosions implosion black holes supernova 's dying stars and everything else if our body mind and soul are microcosm of this ecosystem of the universe. How can we think that's something different is going to happen to us. How can we not think that we are part of this larger hole and that there is in that we are the same stardust in different proportions that also. The universe is comprised of so in that sense. There was this. I do completely believe that. I'm not gonna say everything that happens happens for a reason because at the end of the day there is no again conscionable rezende for me getting hit in the head. There is no justifiable reason for me. Getting marginalized alienated..
"anissa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"To melt all over again because we've got a high pushing 40 clear out there tomorrow night with a low near 23 in Boston Teens if you're north and West and we wrap up the work week on Friday with another storm system coming in a mixture of rain and snow, mostly in the afternoon with a high near 42. Right now in Worcester seem cloudy skies where 29 degrees 33, north of town in and over south of town of 35 on the vineyard Right now, in Boston at 605. It's cloudy and 34 Left City Hall Today, the Boston City Council approved a brand new home rule petition. It's allows the city to avoid a special election. Once Mayor Marty Walsh takes off to D. C As many as four election days to preliminaries to generals prior to November. Sounds like a bit much too many. In the midst of a pandemic in a fiscal crisis, so the city is agreeing to skip the special. There was some controversy over if the counselors who are already declared candidates, Aundre a. Campbell, Michelle Woo and Anissa Asami, George Should have sat this one out. Here's how they vote concert. Campbell yes, and counter savvy dork. Present and absolute room Council Woo Yes, Madam President Docket, 0155 has received well votes in the affirmative and one president. Eventually, the state Legislature will have to sign off on this Karen Regal WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio. Speaking of the City Council, a man from Jamaica Plain, now says he is in the running for one of the at large seats. Alex Gray. Listen, Jamaica plain with his wife. You might have heard his name before he's done some work with the Patrick in the Walsh administration's. He's Boston College in Suffolk Law grad and he's also blind, he tells.
"anissa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"I must tell you that definitely we'll talk about this again. I hope I anytime, anytime. Thanks, Mark. Appreciate you call. What do you do for living with all that information Are you involved? You must be involved in science. I'm a rare coin dealer. You surprised me. It surprised me that we used to have a record deal. A rare coin dealer who would come on the show Jo Andrews, and I believe that Joe has moved. To Missouri, and he's passed on. So when we get back to studios love to have you come on and maybe talk about Rick coins because I'm fascinated by that. You see, these were coin shows on late only late at night. And you wonder they are they selling things that are real value? Are they just selling stuff that has no value? Oh, That's the big question and one that we will definitely address it a more appropriate time. Thanks, Mark. Appreciate you called. We're gonna take a break. 20th our now officially starts one. It's open lines to if there's anyone out there who you believe is actually from another planet. Oh, you know, it is an alien. I have always felt that James Carville, you know, I think of whom I speak. The Democratic strategist. Was it alien, and I also have strong suspicions about the former attorney General Jeff Sessions. They have this Look about them. Someone sent me a picture tonight of Adam Schiff. Oh, yeah. Andre, There was some other suggestions today about people in Hollywood who just look a little bit weird. Um, uh, there was. I think Christopher Walking was one that was suggested we can talk about that we can go toe open lines. It's January. It's the last Friday night of January. Anything you want to talk about. But as they said, if you want to suggest to be some people that maybe are a little bit beyond what most of us Feel People look like I mean, there was so many mysteries that zoo question 617254 10 30 triple I triple 89 to 19 thirties. We wrap up a week here on night side, and it has been a very interesting week. There's no question about that. We have talked about the horrific covert performance here in Massachusetts. We talked last night with Commissioner William Grass earlier tonight with mayoral candidate Anissa Assad Bey George on By the way, congratulations to the commissioner. He is now officially retired. But what a great guy and what a great job he has done. We talked about Joe Biden's efforts to unite The, um The country. Is he? Is it going? Well? Is it not going well, We had Joe Lieberman, the former Democratic senator from Connecticut on earlier this week, talking about the possibility of Controlling pandemics in the future. If we can get our act together with some form of bio defense on, we weigh talked about so many different subjects this week. I spent a very interesting week with a great callers. Let's finish strong. Open lines open line 617254 10 30 Triple 8929 10 30. If you like to nominate anyone out there public figure who you feel mirror a little bit concerned about whether or not they are actually From another another world feel free. Someone mentioned marks, aka Berg that these are the people that had that kind of look in their eye that that you look and you say there's a basic element of weird there that I don't understand. Will be back on night side right after this night side with Dan.
"anissa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This is WBC news radio on my heart radio station. You believe this still snowing here in Boston? It is Ocean effect Snow, and it's going to be hanging around for a little while. At least thanks for being with 31 degrees by the way, 8 30. Thanks for being with us this Thursday morning. I'm Jeff Brown. And here's what's going on. In fact. Winter turns it on again. Some more wintry precipitation this morning, especially near the coast wants for icy sponsored. Be ready a frigid Friday with real fields below zero. Much of the day in the Frigidaire continues into the weekend WBZ AKI Weather meteorologist Dean DeVore also talking about and tracking a potential winter storm that could dump Allowable snow on us early next week, banding together on the ice off high school hockey team rallies around the teammates seriously injured during a game this week, and WBC's Jim McKay is here with details. Morning, Jim. Good morning there, Jeff. Yeah, Anyone who's ever laced up the skates before nose injury is a part of the game. But what happened on Tuesday night is everyone's worst nightmare. Senior AJ Quest for Bishop Feen Who was playing of Pope Francis in West Springfield, took an awkward fall into the boards and laid motionless on the ice Afterward was taken a Bay State Medical Center in Springfield, where he's being Treated for serious injuries. There's concern he may be paralyzed in image went viral after Tuesday night of both the bishop theme and Pope Francis teams on the ice sharing and me and prayers for a J. Now since then, the Bruins sending along their words of encouragement. Also, Northeastern's Hockey East program and a go fund me has been set up to help out his family. It has raised nearly $250,000 at the last check. And Jeff was around 200 grand this morning in the past couple hours already another $50,000 the best wishes there for a J. It's amazing the power of the Internet and the community coming together to help out and injured seriously injured teenager Jim Thank you a new warnings from the Department of Homeland Security this morning. They suggest America is under threat of attack from violent domestic extremists. In the coming weeks. However, right now there are no known credible threats, federal officials say. Self styled militias from Ohio, North Carolina and Virginia began gathering recruits and weapons for an attack on Washington as early as November and calls for new Georgia Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene to step down after new evidence surfaces that she repeatedly endorsed. The execution of Democrats in online platforms. Another entry and what is becoming a red hot race for mayor. City Councilor Anissa Sasabe. George is expected to become the third Boston City councilor to announce a run to replace Mayor Marty Walsh also becomes the third woman in the race is well and as counselor, she will be joining Michelle Woo and Andrea Campbell in the race for the city's mayor, and possibly coming soon to the Fenway neighborhood. Remember concerts at a club? The operator of a small but popular music Hall in Manhattan. Hopes to open a similar place in Fenway right at Van Ness Street man who runs the Rockwood Music Hall.
"anissa" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"3 FM. Richard CAn't do a little over nine hours. Joe Biden will be President Biden to be inaugurated as the 46th president in Washington, noon Wednesday Final try to set a new tone. Starting at the beginning of the day. We've learned that he's invited congressional leaders of both parties. To join him at church, sending a clear message of unity, a message that will then carry over into that big address. I'm told it will be optimistic and forward looking. Biden will recognize that we're in a moment of unprecedented crisis, but he will be asking all Americans to join him as he faces these remarkable challenges. A B C's Mary bruise during the midnight hour in the East, the White House announced the outgoing president pardons 73 convicted criminals and commuted the sentences of another 70. He did pardon former strategist Steve And then he did not pardon himself or any members of his family. Mr. Trump also signed an order shielding tens of thousands of Venezuelans in this country from deportation off final reward for Venezuelan exiles who've been among his most loyal supporters. For the Biden inauguration. The president, the outgoing president will be Florida bound heading for his Marila go as a resort in Palm Beach County Sheriff Ric Bradshaw says. There'll be plenty of security. Whoever wants to get their message out, will make sure that happens. But Always going in the street. All right, We're not gonna be blocking anything and that kind of stuff. In the last minute slapping Trump. The federal appeals court in Washington struck down a new rule leasing federal regulation of Arab pollution from power plants. The court ruling, the rule was based on an illegal interpretation of the Clean Air Act. U. S death toll from the pandemic sailed past 400,000 and the projections are another 100,000 could die in the weeks to come. The president is getting much of the blame and ABC News Washington Post poll shows that only 38% of Americans approve of his handling of the crisis. Where early on, he predicted that 15 cases would go down to zero. ABC Steve Austin Sami, You're listening to ABC News. Isn't about Annie's RV, A Phoenix Anissa. It's an RV.
"anissa" Discussed on Water and The Spirit Podcast
"Must we drink part two. We're taking a scripture reading. Once again from the gospel of john where jesus declared whoever drinks of this water will thirst again but whoever drinks of the water that i shall give him will never thirst but the water that i shall give him will become in him. A fountain of water springing up into everlasting life. John chapter four. I thirteen for jesus to speak on. Say these words to human beings who have fallen into. Transgression is indeed a tremendous blessing and it tells us about how lovely merciful gracious kind and faithful. He is to fulfil whatever he says when we ponder about the woods of the savior in the above scripture passage. We can see that. All these attributes are revealed in the woods which he added. His words are very awesome and majestic so previously in our studies. Part one where learned about the two types of drinks we. Jesus wants to give to all human beings to drink. They are one the blood of christ which is a beverage and to the holy spirit as living water. Drinking the blood as a beverage but there is one thing that i have been emphasizing. And i will keep on emphasizing because many believers in kristen dome get it all wrong also even among those who believe there are some who later ignore all over locate in the life of faith out a result they speak less about it on they speak more about the blood of jesus christ but this is not supposed to be so those who are victims of this have got hubble gortat role so first and foremost i'm speaking about the fact that when it comes to the drinking of this burst beverage of the blood of jesus. Nobody can drink it. Anissa believes that. Jesus gave himself for our sins collisions. One bis four by coming in the likeness of sinful flesh. Romans eight verse three when he received the baptism of the laying on of hands for the transfer of sin from john. The baptist's matthew three thirteen to seventeen and fact all over faith will be in vain. Would to leave out this but it is an area which many christians overlook and this explains the reason. Why all their faith is in vain. This is because it does not produce the result of making them righteous there for the moment. You hear somebody saying that win. We preach we say too much about the water of jesus baptism repeatedly or mission books. Poke too much about it. Then you must know that. Satan is injecting his poisonous deception in the heart of that person without faith in the body of jesus which received the baptism drinking the spiritual beverage of his blood is totally impossible. And this is what every christian must grab accurately drinking the holy spirit as living water. Secondly i want to talk about the fact that before anybody can drink the spiritual living water of the holy spirit. There are some requirements which must be met before. Jesus will give the spirit of god for a person to drink so what of those requirements. They ought one a person must accept that he or she is a sinner who cannot help but to commit sins until diff. This is the first requirement and jesus proved this in the same chapter of john where are scripture..
US declines UK request to extradite American
"The United States declined the United kingdom's request to extradite American citizen and is the coolest the wife of an American diplomat correspondent Jeff mackay reports she was charged with causing the death of a British teenager last August a state department spokesperson cited Anissa cool with his diplomatic status at the time of the accident and said in a statement that revoking the diplomatic immunity what set and extraordinarily troubling precedent
News in Brief 20 February 2019
"This is the news in brief from United Nations. The situation in the southern part of south Sudan is extremely volatile would rampant rights violations that may amount to war crimes the U N commission on human rights in the country revealed on Wednesday in its third report to be presented to the Human Rights Council in March commission chair as means Suka said there is a confirmed pattern of how combatants attack villages plunder homes, take women as sexual slaves and then set homes alight often with people in them, the commission urged the government the region and international community to take urgent steps to respect the cessation of stability implement, the revitalized agreement signed five months ago in push to silence the guns completely according to the UN children's fund UNICEF twenty five percent of those targeted by sexual violence. Our children, including girls as young as seven elderly and pregnant women have also been raped while sexual violence against men and boys is under reported because it's. Sigma is higher than that of raping and killing the young and the elderly. Meanwhile, a new World Health Organization or WHO report on global health expenditure reveals that spending on health is outpacing the rest of the global economy accounting for ten percent of global gross domestic product hail spending his made up of government expenditure out of pocket payments and other sources such as Voluntary Health insurance in employer provided health programs while reliance on out of pocket expenses is slowly declining around the world. The report highlights that in low and middle income countries domestic public funding for health is increasing in external funding in middle income countries declining. The report also points to ways at policymakers health professionals in citizens alike can continue to strengthen L systems, Dr anissa car, the blue Joe's director for health systems, governance in financing said that health is a human rights and all countries need to prioritize efficient cost effective. Primary healthcare as the path to achieving universal health coverage and sustainable development goals. The United Nations launched on Wednesday. It's biennial world youth report, which is the progress made in addressing youth issues assess policy gaps in charts possible policy responses, noting that there are one point two billion fifteen to twenty four year olds in the world today. The report points out that one hundred forty two million use of upper secondary age are out of school. Seventy one million people are unemployed in millions of others are in precarious or informal work. It underscores that although all the sustainable development goals are critical education and employment are fundamental to overall youth development, while emphasizing their to twenty study agenda for sustainable development offers innumerable opportunities for young people to thrive. The report spells that more political commitment financing and targeted interventions are needed particularly in the areas of. Education and employment. Were large gaps remain an academy United Nations.