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"antonio lopez" Discussed on The Long Run

The Long Run

06:56 min | 10 months ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on The Long Run

"I mean they definitely had the science culture but not really its own clinical development organization for on college not not in the well-oiled machine that it would later become exactly you know what's great is. That's what we built. And what. I realized over time especially as i spent more time with the research group is you can build a clinical group and you can build that capability not fast but relatively fast you know and you can Get some muscle doing that over and over again the fact was that genetic was founded in seventy six. So i got there. You know almost twenty years later. That research muscle he you know. You can't grow that overnight and boy were were they in. Are they good at research. I was just and i was so excited to spend time with scientists and to work on what i think you would call. Translational research That was those now inspiring at at that time mid-nineties you get there. Was there already a partnership in place with I deck on toxin. The original monoclonal antibody not that partnership came. I think in ninety five ninety six 'cause protection was approved in ninety seven in her substance came just a year later. I think ninety eight ninety eight. That's right your memories good so you had i mean to. in retrospect monumental advancements monoclonal. Antibodies for cancer. Which people by this point had been talking about for about twenty years Hadn't really manifested in the form of approved therapies and these needed to be taken across the finish line and brought all the way the market for patients. That's right so with dak with antonio lopez we worked on the the approval of retirement plan and then Which was hard but then her septum which was massively hard. Because we had to get the therapeutic and the diagnostic And then not long afterwards of aston. Yeah yeah the Jeff jeff antibody. That was a few years later. But now so by the time i came around and start writing genentech. It was later days and those were kind of the big three products at the company. The company was known for It's it's a exceptional work in cancer. but what what were some of the key things you learned in those As you kind of rose through the ranks and probably i. I'm sure he had to make some hard decisions about things that you know drugs that you were going to put on the shelf I mean it wasn't all you know. Rainbows and roses definitely. Not so the i you know. There's so many things. I learned that the most important thing goes back to that translation in the science. In just doing your best to let the science and the data drive your decision making in the cause you make and what you thought you could do I think that was really important. The other thing was just that the and this is one of the things. I actually ended up liking a lot about pharma and biotech is. There's you can take a lot of talented people. They each play a role and make something. Wonderful happened And we just ended up building a great team with with people who in so many roles on that team who knew what they were doing which mattered a lot and made a huge difference. That was that was a big big deal. The things that i think that We were were probably naive from a commercial standpoint on how we thought about commercialization. I think we got better over time. That that improved at the company. Because we just didn't have a giant tradition of this big oncology portfolio and then we as we grew. We had two problems as we grew. One is there. Were jobs where we couldn't find the right person for the job and art had this philosophy that if you couldn't find the right person for the driving should just leave it open. You shouldn't take a b minus and so we we really struggled because we're growing so fast to find the right people and then just management wise loss of people me included got promoted really fast and got these big jobs and trying to make sure that you could do all aspects of the job. Be a great manager. Give people room to grow. You know those are things. I think any company this growing fast struggles with that sounds like putting a lot of stress on your a players. You know the juggling a lot of it is. I look back at the time. I was There was a wonderful time. And i worked harder than humans should work. Yeah yeah but you eventually learn to become a manager and part of that. Job is delegating. hundred hundred. You learn about what it takes to be a good manager. I would say a combination of good role modeling and bad role modeling. Were really important. Art was my boss for most of the time. I was at genentech and there were things he did that. I thought really positive. I'll give you an example. He would often say you. Don't think you're capable of that. But i think you're capable that'll help you give it a try. You know so. He had this really nice way of encouraging Taking some some risks I also had people either. That i managed or or other colleagues who i would see the results of Bad management like people who felt threatened by great people instead of being proud of having great people things like that. And then i really liked working with. Hr i learned a lot from experienced expert colleagues in hr read a bit about trying to be a better manager so i wanted to be good at management. It seems like it made a big difference. And i worked hard to try and be good at it and when you're having a bad day or something goes sideways How do you handle it personally and You know how to you you know. Model that. I guess for your team..

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

Archives of Fabella

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on Archives of Fabella

"Hello and welcome back to archives fella the only podcast from writing the laws of time and space in the magical world. Today is april twenty second. Equal to taro's third books are available on amazon. Please rate and review the podcast on itunes. Or wherever you listen to your podcasts and hit that subscribe but in for more great stories right in your feed part of doing this daily podcast is that i have to do it even when the days are the most difficult. Today's a hard. Today as i record this because my best friend has just moved to texas the day. This releases is his birthday. So i'm going to dedicate this episode to him. Garrett i wish you and your family lachmann and happy birthday speaking of texas april twenty second eighteen thirty six forces under texas general. Sam houston identified mexican general antonio lopez descend anna among the captives of the battle of san jacinto. When some of his fellow soldiers mistakenly gave away e his identity in the medical world of abella diametrically opposed foes out of time engaged a heated battle. I'm lynn foley. And this is archives of fella beyond our world there is love beyond our world there is war beyond our world there is life beyond our world. There is bella tarisa third fifty eight thirty six asked by for ballot year equal to april twenty second eighteen thirty six..

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"When they come back together respond to the twenty twenty senses now and more households that do the bureau says the fewer door knockers will have to try to send out during this public health crisis to visit unresponsive homes passed counts many of those were disproportionately from communities of color including in New York City in twenty twenty I'm it's always something we can let this happen again rapper Cardi B. recently teamed up with the city census campaign for new PSA video if you want to stand up to the status quo and the five people probably wants to silence us stop by getting counted in the census but hearing that kind of message virtually it's not the same as hearing it in person this meter nine Webb scored eight senses that reads for the New York immigration coalition it makes a huge difference I like to say that getting people to fill out the census is a series of conversations Annan says community groups are trying to use texting phone banking and video conferencing to keep those conversations going about census information identifying individuals cannot be released for seventy two years and about how that information guides trillions of dollars in federal funding that allows you to stand up as a community and say we matter and we are here but yeah that can be only so much conveyed in a tweet that's why Marco Antonio Lopez community organizer with the union to pueblo and that'll struck the bullhorn to the front of his hatchback hit record on his phone windows thought of and started driving through the unincorporated colonias on the outskirts of Alton South Texas days before the local county ordered all residents to shelter at home photo net sales I was saying like just a friendly reminder to make sure that you do your senses through internet or through the telephone I did have one guy thought I mean can you thought it was a cheese game thanks for the note I made sense or not just so like he left anything on the web at and let you pick up Lopez says a few other people stop to ask about what to do with the census bureau letters they got in the mail these days Lopez and other organizers are inside making calls and trying to deal with the curve ball the coronavirus has thrown at the count on single one NPR news and this is at W. NYC with market place coming up next the barge business which like many essential services these days is adapting its business to meet many of the demands in this changing economy talk about detergents and cleaning supplies and plastics and that certainly is a part of the business that we're a part of but that didn't what that that's not what keeps the lights on been pays the bills for a lot of people those are ancillary businesses but we're happy that they're there in those volumes have.

"antonio lopez" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on KCRW

"Told voters specifically addressing fixes you produce is if if that's what you want if you want a Democrat then they should join his campaign he did not name Sanders by name but it was pretty clear who he was referring to so Bernie Sanders he told his supporters last night you can't win a mom but still seems pretty confident looking ahead here's a bit of his speech I believe very strongly that the people of this country on super Tuesday and after all gonna support a long campaign because we are more than a campaign we are a movement so what are sinners chances looking ahead to super Tuesday you know he has built in infrastructure and has grassroots energy in a number of the states are fourteen states in total that it can be voting on super Tuesday and I would say it late last night showed is that Joe Biden seems to have a pretty definitive advantage with African American voters and that is a core of the Democratic Party he will be here in Selma Alabama today to commemorate the anniversary of Bloody Sunday Bernie Sanders sees a different coalition a younger more multi cultural coalition and you know if we can look to Nevada is perhaps some clue as to how he will do he seems to have an advantage with Latino voters worry growing bloc also within the Democratic Party space so we did have one candidate drop out last night times dire so how much pressure is there on other candidates who've gone through these first four contests and really not broken out from the pack there's a lot of pressure Leila I think specifically on Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and Amy Klobuchar they're both competing in home states on super Tuesday but also it's a huge test for Mike Bloomberg the theory of his campaign was that he was getting in at eight in essence because of a potential biting collapse we saw last night that body did not collapse so I think there's a big test to see just what he does and what the theory of his campaign is moving forward for Mike Bloomberg and pairs as a holiday on the campaign trail in Montgomery Alabama thank you so much you're welcome Washington state health officials have announced that the state is running coronavirus test on about fifty people linked to a nursing home in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland raising fears of an advanced outbreak in the region yesterday's announcement also included news of the first known death in the U. S. attributed to cope at nineteen the disease caused by the corona virus as NPR's Martin cost you reports from Seattle the victim was a man in his late fifties who already had serious health problems this is the first corona virus death in America or maybe it's just the first one we recognized what prompted us to start looking is a change in the testing criteria Dr Frank Rideau's with evergreen health hospital in Kirkland Washington near Seattle he says when the CDC recommended testing more categories of patients for the virus last week his hospital sentence vestments for two of its critically ill patients the results came back positive including the test for the man who died what we're seeing is the tip of the iceberg so we're seeing the most critically ill individuals usually that means there is a significant percentage of individuals of less severe illness floating around out there the focus right now is in a nursing home called life care also in Kirkland it has about a hundred residents by Saturday the stated determined that one of the residents and a staffer were ill with presumptive cases of covert nineteen dozens more people who live or work there have respiratory symptoms and are being checked for the virus a sign on the door band visitors even as Antonio Lopez came out shrugging off the situation I think it's a gamble on out of proportion she does blood draws at the nursing home and she says she didn't notice any more people being sicker than.

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:59 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Mike Bloomberg and Bernie Sanders have been far more aggressive in campaigning in super Tuesday states and both have more money for advertising a small college NPR news there are worries today in Washington state about the residents of a nursing home in the Seattle suburb of Kirkland more than fifty people they're being tested for the new strain of coronavirus Antonio Lopez works at the facility she says she has not noticed anything out of the ordinary not everybody in there is coughing or sneezing like it's a maybe a couple people but it it could be you know they're already sick with the flu it could be just a whole health officials reported two cases of the new coronavirus linked to the facility Wonder Woman under seventy says hospitalized in serious condition the governor of Washington state meanwhile has declared a state of emergency following the death of a man who is believed to be the first fatality linked to the virus and the US these remarks by Afghan president Ashraf Ghani point authority road ahead for the peace deal signed this week in between the US and the Taliban Ghani rejecting a prisoner swap outlined in the deal saying he will not free thousands of Taliban prisoners I had a power sharing talks set for next week the Taliban meanwhile already speaking to international diplomats about the future steps in the peace process Jennifer glass is in Kabul the Taliban wasted no time trying to shore up their international credentials with Boulevard are the political leader until hot meeting with foreign ministers and diplomats after signing the agreement with the United States in Kabul president Ashraf Ghani says the team that will speak with the Taliban represent the democratic Islamic values and the constitution of Afghanistan but already the two sides are at odds over a provision in the agreement that says the US will help negotiate the release of up to five thousand prisoners in Afghan jails and up to a thousand Afghans in Taliban custody the Taliban C. five thousand should be released before inter Afghan talks will begin Ghani says that's not been agreed the first of what will likely be many hurdles on the road to reconciliation in Afghanistan for NPR news I'm Jennifer glass in Kabul you're listening to NPR news and political dramas playing out to Malaysia new prime minister was sworn in today following a week of turmoil that began with the ninety four year old former prime minister Mahathir Mohamad resigned in an apparent bid to consolidate power but the Malaysia's king picked arrival as the new prime minister saying he has the backing of a majority of lawmakers hot years contesting the appointment and is seeking a vote in parliament health officials in Britain making are making what they call worst case scenario plans for any major corona virus outbreak there the key Barker reports from London they're also trying to trace everyone who came into contact with the first person in the UK to develop the illness from it covert nineteen unlike the other cases of corona virus in the U. K. the man from Surrey outside London hadn't been abroad recently so it's not clear where and how he became infected his doctor may also have caught the covert nineteen virus as health officials work to trace anyone who had contact with the doctor or patient the government is finalising plans if there's a major outbreak the plans cover everything from allowed increased class sizes in schools to the rapid disposal of bodies although one British lawmaker has been trying to distance herself from her statement that London officials plan to use Hyde Park is a makeshift morgue for NPR news I'm Vicky Barker in London amid the corona virus outbreak in Italy pope Francis today made his first public appearance in several days he addressed those gathered in St Peter's square for his weekly blessing pollen telling the crowd that he has a cold that will force him to skip a week long retreat was senior Vatican officials I'm trial Snyder NPR news support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include the Ford Foundation working with visionaries on the front lines of social change worldwide to address inequality in all its forms learn more at Ford foundation dot org.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"And when transition comes to Mexico you're going to be good Mexican you're gonna be the lawyers for the government you're not going to cause trouble many people drifting from Tennessee and Kentucky became like a thoroughfare into Texas and it started getting its own identity now Moses Austin never made it to Texas he dies so it's his son Stephen Austin it starts moving hundreds of thousands of settlers to the state of Texas the first three hundred families are given proper and what happens you colonization changes Texas and it changes it physically because you have in growing the work being wrong before he ever plantation enough for me they were happy being an independent state a later would become Mexico all right they were happy because they were on their own led by general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Mexico gained independence from Spain Santana who initially fought for Mexican independence now sought to destroy texas' quest to find independence themselves these guys were on their own and ready to fight the idea of liberty is very important and what they mean by liberty here's what it come out of the American revolution such as the liberty to have input into our government consent of the governed Hey so what they're saying is Hey we're no longer give our consent form what the changes that are happening when Santana and his supporters get rid of the constitution making twenty four they are abolishing statehood and so Texas which had wanted to be a state there are no mistakes anymore a year officials will be appointed for Mexico City that's happening to all Mexican states Stephen Austin wait to Mexico City and pleaded for independence short of war and they put me in jail because the intercept a letter he wrote talking about independence they released Stephen Austin but he became one of the number of Texas patriots demanding independence there are series every faults in with it the ruthless Santana suppress them brutally his goal to destroy the uprising to get to Texas he slowly creatively build his army using state troops Santana was marketing himself as the no polling in the west he was murderous he encouraged troops often to commit rape he didn't really have a great code of honor about him but he was a ruthless dictatorial leader and he decided I'm not going to be known for giving away territory in northern Mexico so I'd rather defeat the Texans and claim a modern day Texas and then kind of make a negotiated settlement the fight begins in.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Make a living many people think of Texas as being West Texas round for Davis Sir you know big band country where it's rough terrain East Texas was a garden of hardwood forest in great easy plowing but they didn't have a lot of Mexicans wanting to move for more so there became free lotteries Moses Austin had this idea to start bringing Americans this way and deal with the Spanish what he's offering the Spanish the opportunity is we can bring you the people that will turn this form and wilderness into of for decades area no longer frontier right here and this should be trying for years to establish communities Mexican Texas because of the mansions and the Apaches and so they said look we got have somebody in Mexico live there so they did this deal to bring in the Americans who've been coming down the Texas will give you free land no taxes for ten years but you have to turn Catholic lot of people started migrating in a Texas before calling it a new even you may be coming to the United States if you're going to become Spanish and when you transition comes to Mexico you're going to be good Mexican you're gonna be the lawyers for the government you're not going to cause trouble many people drift into from Tennessee and Kentucky became like a thoroughfare into Texas and it's getting its own identity now Moses Austin never made it to Texas he dies with his son Stephen starts moving hundreds of thousands of settlers to the state of Texas the first three hundred families are given property and what happens his age in Texas and it changes it physically because you have only one thing wrong before he ever plantation farming they were happy being as an independent state a later would become Mexico all right they were happy because they were on their own by general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Mexico gained independence from Spain and who initially fought for Mexican independence now sought to destroy texas' quest to find independence themselves these guys were on their own get ready to fight the idea of liberty is very important and what they mean by liberty is what it come out of the American revolution such as the liberty to have input into our government consent of the governed so what they're saying is Hey we're no longer Arkan stand for and what the changes that are happening when Santana and his supporters get rid of the constitution eighteen twenty four they are abolishing statehood answer Texas which had wanted to be a state there are no mistakes anymore and your conditions will be appointed for Mexico City all Mexicans Stephen Austin went to Mexico City and pleaded for independence short of war and they put him in jail because the interceptor letter he wrote talking about independence they release Stephen Austin but he became one of the number of Texas patriots demanding independence our series of revolts in with it the ruthless Santa Ana suppress them his goal to destroy the uprising to get to Texas he slowly creatively build his army using state troops Santa Ana was marketing himself as the no polling in the west he was murderous we encourage troops often to commit rape he didn't really have a great code of honor about him but he was a ruthless dictatorial leader and he decided I'm not going to be known for giving away territory in northern Mexico so I'd rather defeat the Texans and claim a modern day Texas and then kind of make a negotiated settlement the fight begins in order to the early eighteen thirties Texas was happy to be an independent state of Mexico but that'll change when general Antonio Lopez Santana took power he immediately shelves liberty which was a queue for Stephen F. Austin company the breakaway annexation to the U. S. not really in the cards even though now president Andrew Jackson and former president Thomas Jefferson were convinced.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"For Davis Sir you know big band country where it's rough terrain Big East Texas was a garden of hardwood forest in great easy plowing but they didn't have a lot of Mexicans wanting to move for more so there became free lotteries Moses Austin had this idea to start bringing Americans this way and deal with the Spanish what he's offering the Spanish the opportunity as we can bring you the people that will turn this Fuhrman wilderness into a productive area no longer frontier here in this any should be trying for years to establish communities Mexican Texas because of the Comanches Apaches they said look we gonna have somebody in Mexico lives there the big did this deal to bring in the Americans come down the Texas will give you free land no taxes for ten years but you have to turn Catholic a lot of people started migrating into Texas before calling it a new even if you come into the United States if you're going to become Spanish and when transition comes to Mexico you're going to be good Mexican you're gonna be the lawyers for the government you're not going to cause trouble many people drift into from Tennessee and Kentucky became like a thoroughfare into Texas and it's getting its own identity no Moses Austin never made it to Texas he dies so it's a son Stephen Austin starts moving hundreds of thousands of settlers to the state of Texas the first three hundred families are given property and what happens is ation Texas and it changes it physically because you have only one thing wrong before plantation for me they were happy being an independent state a later would become Mexico right they were happy because they were on their own by general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Mexico gained independence from Spain Santana who initially fought for Mexican independence now sought to destroy texas' quest to find independence themselves these guys were on their own and ready to fight the idea of liberty is very important and what they mean by liberty is what a command of the American revolution such as the liberty to have input into our government consent of the governed so what they're saying is Hey we're no longer give our consent for what the changes that are happening when Santana and his supporters get rid of the constitution eighteen twenty four they are abolishing statehood taste of Texas which had wanted to be a state there are no mistakes anymore officials will be appointed for Mexico City all Mexicans state in Austin wait to Mexico City and pleaded for independence short of war and they put me in jail because the interceptor letter he wrote talking about independence they released Stephen Austin but he became one of the number of Texas patriots demanding independence series every faults in with it the ruthless Santa Ana suppress them his goal to destroy the uprising to get to Texas he slowly creatively build his army using state troops Santa Ana was marketing himself as the Napoleon in the west he was murderous he encouraged troops often to commit rape he didn't really have a great code of honor about him but he was a ruthless dictatorial leader and he decided I'm not going to be known for giving away territory in northern Mexico so I'd rather defeat the Texans claim a longer day Texas and then kind of make a negotiated settlement the fight begins in order to the early eighteen thirties.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

03:04 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Lot of people started migrating into Texas before calling it a new eating you may be coming to the United States if you're going to become Spanish and when the transition comes to Mexico you're going to be good Mexican you're gonna be the lawyers for the government you're not going to cause trouble many people drift in from Tennessee and Kentucky became like a thoroughfare into East Texas and it start getting its own identity now Moses Austin never made it to Texas he dies so it's his son Stephen Austin it starts moving hundreds of thousands of settlers to the state of Texas the first three hundred families are given property and what happens here colonization changes Texas and it changes it physically because you have only one thing wrong with four PM a plantation farming they were happy being an independent state a later would become Mexico right they were happy because they were on their own led by general Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Mexico gained independence from Spain Santana who initially fought for Mexican independence now sought to destroy Texas is quest to find independence themselves these guys were on their own and ready to fight the idea of liberty is very important and what they mean by liberty is what a command of the American revolution such as the liberty to have input into our government consent of the governed Hey so what they're saying is Hey we're no longer give our consent form what the changes that are happening when Santana and his supporters get rid of the constitution eighteen twenty four they are abolishing statehood and so Texas which had wanted to be a state there are no mistakes anymore and your officials will be appointed for Mexico City that's happening to all Mexican state Stephen Austin went to Mexico City and pleaded for independence for short of war and they put me in jail because the interceptor a letter he wrote talking about independence they released Stephen Austin but he became one of the number of Texas patriots demanding independence our series of revolts in with it the ruthless Santana suppress them brutally his goal to destroy the uprising to get to Texas he slowly creatively build his army using state troops Santana was marketing himself as an appalling in the west he was murderous he encouraged troops often to commit rape he didn't really have a great code of honor about him but he was a ruthless dictatorial leader and he decided I'm not going to be known for giving away territory in northern Mexico so I'd rather did she the Texans and claim a modern day Texas and then kind of make a negotiated settlement the fight begins you know to the early eighteen thirties Texas was happy to be an independent state of Mexico but that'll change when general Antonio Lopez Santana took power he immediately shelves.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:37 min | 2 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Or does it tell dot com slash SP Black Friday some tense moments in the final public hearing in the house intelligence committee impeachment inquiry CBS Steve Dorsey has more from Washington Republicans pressed Ukraine embassy a David Holmes about the call he says he over heard between president trump and the E. U. ambassador Gordon Sunland discussing an investigation into the violence and that's our Taylor was not in that call and so all of a sudden last week during Mr George your boss will allow the witness to answer the question all former White House adviser Fiona hill testified someone was clearly caught up in a political objective at odds with the official US policy in Ukraine he was being involved in a domestic political island and we were being involved in national security foreign policy hill also the bone to conspiracy theory some Republicans believe that Ukraine had a role in twenty sixteen election meddling Steve Dorsey CBS news Washington we're learning more about the moments just before an eighteen month old girl fell to her death from the deck of a royal Caribbean cruise ship her grandfather Salvatore now always been charged with negligent homicide CBS news David Bednar spoke to the family's attorney why did he leaned forward with her she's sitting on the wooden Bannister why did he then forward with her I think it's pretty obvious why they lean forward and that would be so that you get a better view what do you say that the fact that he raised her and put her on this banister which the cruise line might argue was not meant for young children to be sitting on it if that was the case and they want to know what is that they should take no one should sit on it there's no sign that says that there's no warning no nothing counselors may be hard for some people to believe that the grandpa didn't know that that section of the window was open how did he know that there was glass the only way that you could prove or disprove anything that Sam said is based on the video and based on his testimony those are the only pieces you have evidence you have there are no eye witnesses there's no one else has come for to tell any different story so all you have is Sam's testimony his story in a video the toddler fell more than one hundred back in July while the ship was docked in San Juan Porter Rico police are made arrests in the case of in Escondido man found dead in the trunk of a car in Anaheim Antonio Lopez a convicted sex offender was booked on murder charges officers say Lopez was holding another man hostage for ransom money in his home when they took him into custody he's accused of killing Adrian bone our last month another safe parking lot for homeless people's being proposed in Encinitas but many residents are resisting the story next about one in three seniors.

"antonio lopez" Discussed on Aerial America

Aerial America

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on Aerial America

"This. Former Catholic mission is rounded by downtown San Antonio and besieged today only by tourists, but in March of eighteen thirty six abandoned almost two hundred Texan rebels were barricaded inside the Alamo, including legendary frontiers. Men William Travis Davy Crockett and Jim buoy. Outside they were surrounded by an army of more than eighteen hundred Mexicans under General Antonio Lopez to Santa Anna was also the president of Mexico. Santa Anna ordered the Texas to surrender on pain of death. Setting the stage for a tragedy that its final act on March six with the Mexicans moved in. The outnumbered men in the Alamo fought aerobically, but would quickly overwhelmed. Those who didn't die in battle were executed just as Santa Anna had promised. Since that day cries of remember, the Alamo filled the Texas Air. But the Texas revolution wasn't over yet. Just outside modern day. Houston lies San Jacinto the historic site. Were Texas's independence was finally one. Today. The battle of San Jacinto monument marks the spot where on April twenty first eighteen thirty six the rebel. Army got its revenge. Web by general Sam Houston. They too were outnumbered. The managed route FOX outfight the Mexicans and even captured Santa Anna himself. The Mexican president had no choice, but to surrender finally giving Texas its independence. The new Republic of Texas was it's own country for almost ten years. Sam houston. The cure of the revolution was elected the republic's first president..

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

"Start canvassing the area talk to any witnesses. And also we're going to canvas all the local area for any video two other men were shot and wounded Joe Biden defense his interactions with women after former Nevada assemblywoman Lucy Flora's accused him of touching and kissing her in two thousand fourteen years more, I didn't responded to the allegations. With a Stephen Sunday saying in part in my many years on the campaign trail and in public life. I've offered countless handshakes hugs expressions of affection support and comfort and not once never did. I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did. So I will listen respectfully, but it was never my intention. A Wayne County Circuit Court magistrate is out at least for the time being JR's. Gene Fogel reports the court's chief judge. Timothy county says magistrate Vesta spend Sundays being notified. She will no longer be asked to serve on the court. She recently have been criticized by Detroit police chief James Craig for setting a low bond for Mexican man who had been arrested in Detroit on charges of being involved in a large drug operation Craig's at twenty four year old. Antonio Lopez have been caught with six kilos of heroin and cocaine, and it'll high bond should have been shut in his case. Lopez appeared before the magistrate back on March twenty third and which freed when he posted a two hundred dollar cash bond Lopez then failed a shoppers next court hearing and is now a fugitive. Vincent said there was nothing set up the array to let her know that Lopez was considered to be a mid high level international drug smuggler. Gene, Fogel, WJR news. Coach Izzo says it'll be a busy week for him on the Spartan watching some film on them. And we'll get the work. I think we got to leave by Wednesday because a lot of media obliga- shins up there. But we'll get a couple of days to get straight. Get our ticket problems done get hotels.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:20 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

"And Matt steigenga here on WJR the big ten player of the year on the east regions. Most outstanding player made a resisted on nineteen of Michigan state's thirty field goals. And after the game even coach K said that Winston was the best point guard in the country. He carried the Spartans into the final four, but the winning shot was made by fifth year walk on senior Kenny going it was going in weapon. Weapon is basketball game. Twenty on the shot clock about Termini post. Here's the three. The winning shot that put Michigan state up sixty eight to sixty six Michigan state isn't a final four for the eighth time under coach is oh and the Spartans will face Texas Tech in Minneapolis Virginia faces Auburn in the other game Joe Biden defends his interactions with women after a former Nevada assemblywoman Lucy Flora's accused Biden up inappropriately being touchy feely with her in two thousand fourteen touching and kissing her. Here's correspondent Rebecca bucks responded to the allegations. With a statement Sunday saying in part in my many years on the campaign trail and in public life. I have offered countless handshakes hugs expressions of affection support and comfort and not once never did. I believe I acted inappropriately. If it is suggested I did. So I will listen respectfully, but it was never my intention with Trump administration doubling down on its threat to shut down the southern border with Mexico. Now that hasn't happened yet. However, here's correspondent Bora. Sanchez administration officials believe that the immigration system in the United States is at a breaking point. And so they are considering or taking drastic steps in order to try to stem the flow of undocumented immigrants and during the country, the president has long hinted at one of those steps closing the southern border with Mexico. The president says he intends to do that potentially as early as this week. A Wayne County Circuit Court magistrate is out doted JR's. Gene Fogel reports the court's chief judge Timothy Kenney says the magistrate Vestis fencing is being notified she will no longer be asked to serve on the court. She recently have been criticized by Detroit police chief James Craig for setting a low bond for Mexican man who had been arrested in Detroit on charges of being involved in a large drug operation Craig's at twenty four year old. Antonio Lopez have been caught with six kilos of heroin and cocaine, and it'll high bond should have been shut in his case. Lopez appeared before the magistrate back on March twenty third and which freed when he posted a two hundred dollar cash bond. And Lopez then failed to show up for his next court hearing, and is now a fugitive Vincent said there was nothing shut up the arraignment to let her know. The Lopez was considered to be amid high level international drug smuggler. Gene, Fogel, WJR new effective today, the parking meter rates in Ferndale. Go up. They've been doubled meter enforcement has been extended through midnights, but to allow motorists time to adjust the police will only issue warnings for this first week in Ferndale. A superior township man who is car was found abandoned in the parking lot of a church in Belleville has been found. Dead. Washtenaw sheriff's says, they think that man may have taken his own life, Grammy nominated rapper nipsy hustle. Dipsy hustle is dead. He was shot to death outside of his store. A clothing store in south LA, Custer canvassing.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:25 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

"WJR news, gene, Fogel, good afternoon. Superior township man whose car was found abandoned and Belleville church parking lot after being missing for several days. There's been found dead. Washington county sheriff's office spokesman says it appears fifty six year old Marcus esperer taken his own life expert last been seen on Monday. Bamboo members became concerned when he didn't show up for work because you hadn't never missed a single day of work in thirty years without first giving prior notice the investigation is continuing Wayne County Circuit Court magistrate investors venture in is out the court's chief judge Timothy Kennedy says she's being notified she will no longer be asked to serve on the court. She recently been criticized by Detroit police chief James Craig for setting a low bond for a Mexican man who had been arrested in Detroit on charges of being involved in a large drug operation. Greg twenty Twenty-four-year-old. Antonio Lopez have been caught with six kilos of heroin and cocaine and that a high bond should have been shut in each case. Lopez appeared before the magistrate back on March twenty third and which freed he posted a two hundred dollar cash bond. Lopez then failed to chauffeur's next court appearance, and is now a fugitive Vincent said there was nothing shutout the arraignment to let her know that Lopez was considered to be a mid to high level international drug smuggler. Michigan health officials are concerned about an outbreak of measles. As WJR's are meadowland mcclain's. Michigan health officials have reported twenty two cases of measles in metro Detroit. Since March thirteenth the state's biggest outbreak of the disease in a quarter century, the outbreak originated from in Oakland County visitor from Israel since then twenty one people in Oakland County and one in Wayne County have been infected of the twenty two patients. Three had a record of being vaccinated about fourteen hundred people have gotten vaccinated in Oakland County since the outbreak started two weeks ago, our medal Andhra WJR news. There are many questions these days as to what changes the state of Michigan and expect to see now that marijuana has been legalized. We have a report from WJR's. Dick, Hafner Robert Troyer is a former US attorney in Colorado where marijuana has been legal for five years. You'll see it in advertising physical structures of shops. Dispensaries you'll smell it. You'll see the influx of people from outside of the state Troyer says tax revenue has not kept up with other expenses related to legal marijuana in Colorado with increased demands on law enforcement and regulations. Troyer says traffic.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:06 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WJR 760

"WJR news, gene Fogel. Good afternoon. Wayne County Circuit Court magistrate investors. Vincent is out the court's chief judge Timothy Kennedy says she's being notified she will no longer be asked to serve on the court. She recently been criticized by Detroit police chief James Craig for setting a low bond for a Mexican man who had been arrested in Detroit on charges of being involved in a large drug operation. Greg twenty-four-year-old? Antonio Lopez have been caught with six kilos of heroin and cocaine and other high bond should have been shut initiate Lopez appeared before the magistrate back on March twenty third and which Fredonia posted a two hundred dollar cash bond. Lopez then failed to shoppers next court appearance and is now a fugitive. Vincent said there was nothing shut the arraignment to let her know that Lopez was considered to be a mid to high level international drug smuggler, what does the future hold here in Michigan? Now that marijuana has been legalized. We have a report from WJR's. Dick, Hafner Robert Troyer is a former US attorney in Colorado. Where marijuana has been legal for five years, you'll see it in advertising physical structures of shops. Dispensaries you'll sell it. You'll see the influx of people from outside of the state Troyer says tax revenue has not kept up with other expenses related to legal marijuana in Colorado with increased demands on law enforcement and regulations. Troyer says traffic fatalities connected to smoking pot have gone up. One hundred fifty one percent increase in marijuana related. Driving fatalities. Former Colorado top law man, Robert Troyer on WJR with US attorney, Matthew Schneider. Dick, Hafner WJR news. Michigan. Health officials have now reported twenty two cases of measles metro-detroit since March thirteenth. It's the state's biggest outbreak of the disease and a quarter century of the twenty two patients. Only three had a record of being vaccinated Beaumont, Dr Karl louder. That this has to happen. But this is a direct consequence of rot maintaining a high level of protective immunity in the in the community and the population about fourteen hundred people have now gotten back stated in Oakland County since that outbreak two weeks ago critics are questioning whether Michigan's voluntary gambling blacklist is an effective way to prevent problematic betting. WJR says many Detroit casinos aren't able to effectively screen the gamblers nearly five thousand people have asked to have themselves banned from Detroit's casinos forever by joining Michigan's disassociated persons list signing the list means any subsequent appearance at a Detroit casino makes an individual guilty of misdemeanor. Trespass? It's punishable by up to a year in jail and a one thousand dollar fine. Michigan gaming control board executive director. Rick comb says it's difficult for casinos to keep self blacklisted gamblers out before they win a jackpot Detroit. Attorney Joyce reason over is calling for. Reform such as making counseling available before people. Get into legal trouble are middle. Andrew W T R news WGN news time, two oh, five WJR traffic,.

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

04:08 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Fall of the Alamo. Yup. One hundred eighty three years ago today in eighteen thirty six the Alamo after a thirteen day siege fell as Mexican forces led by General Antonio Lopez. They stormed the fortress and all two hundred of the Alamo's defenders died, of course, cleaning William Travis and James Bowie and Davy Crockett. And this is why Texans to this day hundred and eighty three years later, still say, remember, the Alamo, that's one of those places. That's a lot smaller than you think. It is you go to visit you know. Yeah. Yeah. It's like Plymouth rock, you expect Plymouth rock to be the this genomes thing, and it was big at one time. But they've moved it and it's fallen apart. It's tiny. It's like this little tiny. It's just like a rock exactly just Iraq. And what's is that? Oh when you go to. The house that Dallas was filmed in. Oh, yeah. Randy we've been there. It's it was actually it was actually too small for them to use for the interiors. Yeah. You think it's going to be this janoris husband is really not? I did most of the filming of the house that was in Frisco at the time there anymore, but the one out of south fork that was for the exterior is for the most part, although they did a little bit of interior filming. We we took the tour of that is pretty cool. Some day today to today is what I'm sorry. It's Ash Wednesday. Right. I'm reading the days since we're going through this dentist day dentists day and national frozen food day. Anybody sees my dentist tell him? I said Hello. He ain't gonna see me in a while. They tell you to send your dentist in e card, and that's always an e card or stationary card. Okay. Okay. They send them to us. Right. This floss today. That's all that's all your dentist. Why don't you hate when they? Yeah. And you sit there and you lie. I know. Like, I. I too you can tell by looking at my mouth. Why do you even ask as much as we hate filing taxes, we still love and in in many cases in this country, depend on the size of a tax refund. And this is why you recall the first few weeks of the filing season. A lot of people were frustrated as the average tax refund size was trailing behind last year's figures in everybody. I think that's not really true though. Well, let me tell you everybody. Everybody was blaming President Trump and the Republican tax cuts and jobs act and saying this was all big scam. Well, no, the new data is out after the end of February. And it shows the size of the average tax refund issued this year as not only caught up to last year. But also surpassed see, yes. Yeah. Average tax fund refund through the first four weeks of the tax season is three thousand one hundred forty three dollars last year three thousand one hundred three dollars. And if you're not getting. More money back. You probably didn't your adjust whether taken out every month. Right. Four for him. Or if you owe money, you need to adjust it and have it doesn't necessarily mean that you had a higher tax Bill and a lot of people just can't get a handle on this. And the point is you're supposed to break, even I mean, that's the point. Yeah. You don't want the government to have your money. That means the government had thirty one hundred dollars for a whole year. Didn't charge you a dime. And you didn't charge them a dime of interest. You're not getting any interest in that. And these financial experts say that a lot of Americans understand that they get it. They use it as their Bank account, but they still want it as a Bank as an interest free savings account. This one fellow by the name of Francine. Oh, excuse me. I'm sorry. It's a woman Francine Lipman says the frustration with lower tax refunds because withholding was reduced is the tax payers didn't value the increased net pay during the year for a number of reasons. And then they didn't even notice it. Yeah. Exactly. You probably if you have direct deposit, none of us even notice how much we get two positive. Yeah..

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"antonio lopez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

09:31 min | 3 years ago

"antonio lopez" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And the UK and other countries all nounce within twenty four hours their support for Venezuela's opposition the rest of the European European Union has been slow to respond initially refused to go that far on Thursday, though. There was a first step. The European parliament voted to recognize Mr. Guido as interim leader seven e you countries were named as members of an international contact group to facilitate new elections in the country with the possibility of more economic sanctions. If no progress were made 'Antonio Lopez is stories is Spanish EMMY MVP from the center, right E P P group. He voted himself to recognize Guido. And I asked him why his country Spain hadn't yet done. So all the common position all the European Union. Got the elections in may were fraudulent. Spain has given these eight. Jas prime minister has even sometime tomorrow to reconsider ambassador to call for some of our belief is losing he's not going to do it on Monday. If this is not the case, then screen automatically will recognize Chris reykdal. But what practical difference? Does it make that the European Union theoretically recognizes the opposition leader as head of state all the member countries will have to publicly state if they're going to be helping the new government the production of fair clean, transparent elections. Or they're going to take the role of the other countries like Russia, Nicaragua. Which by the way, are not very exemplary democracies to be. Little bit chromatic regimes that we all know which side, which mobile are we going to follow? And it's very clear. That many democratic makes us throughout the war like Canada, like the United States like many, Latin American countries, Australia are advocating that is the way of recognizing president. Why though yes? But what difference does it actually make what pressure? Does it actually put on nNcholas Maduro big presser you nominee internationally? He's finished his regime is finished. There is no right now except for Russia, China, and I know everybody tells me, they're very powerful countries. But of course, it's not our model. So here we are fighting for freedom and democracy and benefit ups. Also with populism that has been present in South America for a long time. This question of benefit essential to recover democracy and freedom for all Latin American countries in order for one Widodo to gain any power and real influence in Caracas. Shirley. Has to have more than words from world powers such as the European Union. Yeah. Of course, you know. It's very important in terms that the army tears, you know, also agents to the new president. I'm sure I'm have hoped that right now going on talks about this. Because also we want the army to fully recognize the new president unleashed essential to have. Not violent democracy in. What do you think will happen next will change come about? Let's say you're never done this in politics. My waist is that there's a Pacific insistent that there will be also under this new president new elections. And then the people have been to freely select their new president afterwards, and you happy that the EU sets itself once again on a foreign policy. Collision course with China and with Russia to win democracy and Venezuela. I have no doubt at all. I'm sorry, but the stem Warton collision with us that was Spanish MEP. Antonio Lopez is stories Tonj introduce or reintroduce our guests on the program today. They are as today. Karen, fun, hippo director general of the defense think tank Roussy and independent defense insecurity research center in London. John campfires here as well. British author and broadcaster, founder of the creative industries federation. Now, you're both here is experts, and I know Johnny already champion the importance of experts in public debate. But among many people that role makes you unpopular at the moment. How'd you counter Karen that negative view of the so-called liberally leaked at the moment? Yeah. I mean, I it's it's an interesting conversation. I was just in Davos, and sometimes when you talked about Davos, you feel like you need to whisper it behind closed doors because there's such a anti globalist elite sentiment on the other hand was he worth going? Yeah. I really enjoyed it. I learned a lot everything was streamed. So if you weren't invited and weren't a private company that could pay a lot of money, obviously from my point of view. I don't pay to go presumably didn't fly in on a private plane on a private jet. But we talked a lot about global warming. Anyone could watch what was going on anywhere in the world. There were a lot of discussions about refugees. There was really interesting conversations about AI about black women's faces not being recognized on a lots of different interesting conversations. But it's a learning experience, and it's sharing experiencing your networking with a lot of people who really matter many people's eyes the whole event was demolished by that clip on the went viral with a Dutch historian saying. The whole event was like a conference for firefighters not referring to water as the solution. He was saying here are all these rich destructive people talk about possible solutions for global warming. It was a waste of time is made argument was about tax, and he was saying that you cannot solve poverty. Unless you introduce the whole question of tax. Did he have a point has a huge point and tax avoidance, which is the legal side of tax evasion. And the whole question of our huge thick tech companies who pay just a absolute miniscule amount. And I think he was really onto something. But they've always rather mocking of a well, you might as well just invite Bono to do another sort of presentation on poverty mistakenly, a lot of casual observers might put you in the same bracket as the people that he was criticizing simply because you belong to a club of influential thinkers who think they should have a say because they are in possession of the facts. Well, it's like if you have a problem you want to go see a doctor you want your doctor to be trained. I mean, I have no problem with people going to university to learn something and universities are also considered. You know, elite bastions, but preferably you want your experts to know what they're doing to know something about the subject. Can you learn you can you teach yourself into a position where you're qualified to preach. I think that's the question. If you're armed with facts in education is that enough of a qualification to tell people what to think or perhaps frame the question in another way. The issue is not other so-called people with expertise in different areas every weekend. There are pundits on on soccer on other forms of sports. You have experts on fashion, you have experts on tack. That's not the issue in in my book, you want people you want people to know what's going on in all kinds of different walks of life is what is the access to those networks. Are they based around wealth of a based around where you are educated? All they based around that kind of thing as long as she's I'm still a massive. Ask those networks can be opened up to will come as where the issue is. What's in your brain, not not necessarily who is in your address book? Then that's an absolute key for me. I like to think that we don't preach rather that we tried to have a conversation and bring all the facts of the table. And then you make up your mind. Karen von hippo, and John camphor are not preaching on weekend this weekend. Now Yemen on the Gulf of Aden, and the Red Sea has been massively damaged by conflict began there in two thousand fourteen on one side of the who with links to Iran against them a coalition, including Yemeni government troops Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates supported by the Americans at least six thousand eight hundred civilians have been killed and ten thousand seven hundred injured in the fighting, according to the United Nations, thousands more civilians have died from malnutrition disease and bad health. But there's another war going on in Yemen. The US's fight. Against Al Qaeda. The US has carried out many strikes on Al Qaeda's alleged basis often using unmanned drones BBC Arabic investigation has gained rare access to one village targeted in a US ground rate reporter SAFA Al Ahmed, Mets met survivors and found evidence of undeclared civilian casualties. I'm on the way to a small village in central Yemen called. Yeah. Cla I've been covering the devastating war here since it began for years ago. And back to investigate a different conflict of the US fight against our.

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