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Royal Family Say Farewell to Prince Philip at Windsor Castle Funeral

Ken Broo

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Royal Family Say Farewell to Prince Philip at Windsor Castle Funeral

"Philip's funeral taking place today at ST George's Chapel this morning on the grounds of Windsor Castle, The Duke of Edinburgh, died on April 9th at the age of 99. He planned the service himself. NBC's Julia McFarland is at Windsor, a moving samba slow procession of the royal family behind Phillips Coffin led by Prince Charles and Princess and the eldest Children, followed by Prince Edward and Prince Andrew. In the third row, Princes William And Harry poignantly reflecting that moment 24 years ago where Prince Philip joined those young boys at the time as they walked behind the coffin of them, Mother, Princess Diana. Today they walked behind his Of course, the royal family split up after the end of the service Queen Elizabeth off on her own in her Bentley back to her home and the Children then all walking back to Windsor Castle

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Public Memorial for DMX Planned at Barclays Center

Masters in Business

00:18 sec | 5 months ago

Public Memorial for DMX Planned at Barclays Center

"Public memorial for DMX will take place on April 24th at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, just outside of New York City. The wrappers former manager confirmed the news to TMZ Friday. A private funeral is scheduled for the following day at a local church. Mexes. Real name was Earl Simmons. He died in the hospital on April 9th following a heart attack.

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"april 9th" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:15 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on AP News

"April 9th I'm Tim McGuire, Florida Republican Congressman, Trump Ally Matt Gates, under investigation by the Justice Department and the House Ethics Committee vows he has not yet begun to fight. Jackie Quinn has more I'm built for the battle. And I'm not going anywhere with a federal investigation alleging the sex trafficking of minors and a congressional ethics investigation. Congressman Matt Gates was a keynote speaker at a Save America summit held it. Former President Trump's Doral Resort in Miami Gate says the truth will prevail as heard on WPLG TV. Maybe a canceled man. In some corners. I may even be a wanted man by the deep state. Gates is not charged with any crime. But an associate Joel Greenberg, who is charged with child sex trafficking, is reportedly negotiating a plea deal in which he would cooperate with prosecutors. I'm Jackie Quinn in the murder trial for former Minneapolis police officer Derek Shobin. Hennepin County chief medical Examiner Dr Andrew Baker testifies. About George Floyd's death being a homicide and he didn't find any pills in this system. Did you know anything resembling either a pill or pill fragments in the stomach contents? I did not also from court TV. Baker talked about his conclusion last year that Floyd died from cardiopulmonary arrest. That's really just fancy medical lingo for the heart in the long stopped. Heart, no pulse, no breathing. Other medical experts have gone further testifying, Floyd died of expect CIA or insufficient oxygen because his breathing was constricted as he lay on his stomach with his hands cuffed behind his back, his face jammed against the ground show Van's knee on his neck. President Biden releases a $1.5 trillion wish list for his first federal budget, asking for substantial gains from Democratic priorities, including education, health care, housing and environmental protection. This is AP News. Explosion in a volcano rock ST Vincent on island in the eastern Caribbean. If he's been Thomas has more holy. It's really hero. ST. Vincent's government had already issued mandatory evacuation orders for homes near the volcano. The mountain itself did the convincing..

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"april 9th" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

09:07 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Happy hour podcast from npr. And we are back and we're joined now by kelsey snell and domenico montanaro. Hello guys hi there. Hey tim so what we have you here to talk about is how president biden has been rolling out his plan like that big two point three trillion dollar infrastructure proposal and dominica biden. Said he wants to meet with republicans abounded and hopes to negotiate in good faith. But let's just say that Hopes aren't high on that front. We do know that there are supposed to be some meetings next week but president biden has said quote. Inaction simply is not an option. So what's going on here. Yeah i mean that good faith. Tenant is not something that's been practiced much in washington in recent years or decades. So you know. I think that it's one of those things that the biden administration biden team which has been very careful and very methodical about their rule. Outs has learned a lesson from the obama administration which you know biden kind of had an open book test for since he was the vice president during that time and a key liaison to the congress and one of those lessons. They feel like they learned was president. Obama and the obama administration waited around. Who long for republicans support. That never wound up materializing and that they were never able to kind of overcome and be able to pass the kind of legislation that they really wanted to pass. There are a lot of reasons for that You know president obama being the first black president is certainly one of them and not wanting to appear to be too liberal or too progressive and certainly one of the advantages. That joe biden has a somebody with long ties to Senators and frankly lot of stretches. I talked to saying that he's an old white guy and that helps them dominica. It's so funny. I heard a lot of this. Just people hoping that biden would learn those lessons. I heard that from democrats right before inauguration. They also said that they hope that biden would learn lessons about how to sell things to the public. They how they felt. Like you know. The obama administration didn't do that all that well so kelsey this isn't just about republicans. Right like certainly. Republican opposition in congress is a thing but democrats have such a narrow majority that they have democrat problems. Too right right and they have kind of an array of problems with democrats though. It's not clear to me that they are on solvable problems. At this point. I just start with. There are the moderate problems of. We've got west. Virginia senator joe manchin who is opposed to raising the corporate tax rate as much as president biden. Wants and. then. You've got senator mark warner from virginia also kind of in that moderate camp who has been talking about wanting the tax provision to be bipartisan. Notice that i'm talking about tax provision. Not the entire bill. I think that's kind of important. Think about here is that some democrats are sticking out positions where they have clear asks for things that they want to change. And that is you know possibly a good sign here. Because if if if members of the president's own party are asking for a specific changes or are talking about ways to change the bill that the white house seems open to well then that's just kind of the regular order of legislating is. The white house comes out with target. Congress says well that's a really nice target. Were mostly there with you now. It's our turn to put our stamp on things where it gets a little more complicated is on the progressive side of things with people like congresswoman alexandria. Ocasio cortez talking about a package closer to the order of ten trillion dollars which you know even in a world where democrats are more comfortable spending big money right now. Ten trillion dollars is like big big money. That's not like in. That's not in the atmosphere that's in the stratosphere i didn't i thought it was funny listening to her interview with our colleague daniel courtesy of and she called that kind of spending two point three trillion dollars or so. Poppy little french fries. She said there should be at least a trillion dollars a year on this kind of spending because of the huge change that needs to take place. I do wonder how much of that is. Her kind of getting tired of hearing about joe manchin and how much attention. He's been getting and her wanting to kind of flex their muscles a little bit and say. Hey hang on a second here you know. There's a lot of progressives in the democratic party right now in congress and you know you gotta kind of listen to us to and you know. I do wonder how much of that is a little. Bit of a seesaw. That's going on just to sorta show the end of the damn might vote for this and her view but she wants to get as much she can get. Yeah that's a really good point. I think people are maybe not used to some of the way that democrats talk to each other in the press because we've been watching republicans do that for a long time right. That's what we watch throughout the trump years and it's a different it's a different way of negotiating within the on their own party And right now. We're just kind of getting used to whether or not that's what this is. Can we talk big picture and emphasis on the big. Which is you know that. These proposals are are huge. It's a. It's a lot of money there when i first started covering congress. All of the focus was on the debt and deficit and democrats made a lot of show of also saying they were concerned about the debt and deficit and now. I don't know that anybody has a stake in the ground on that. So this came up on in some reporting. I was doing about how democrats really embracing the idea of big government. One observation that several democrats made was that you know one thing that changed between the president obama's years aside from the fact that there were genuinely more democrats who consider themselves deficit hawks as part of their political identity. That was one thing the those people really there. Aren't that many of them. Left in congress right now. Part of it is extinct. Yeah we saw a lot of them lose actually. After the affordable care act passed. There was a time and if there was a big change over that happened in the party. Another thing that democrats pointed out is that one president trump came into office. One of the first things that you had vacated four was a huge two trillion dollars tax cut and republicans won along with that. The embraced it. They embraced the idea of expanding the deficit through tax cuts and a lot of democrats. I've talked to said well if republicans aren't even going to pretend to care about the deficit. Why should we. And that's kind of the attitude that they're bringing to this conversation. Yeah and beyond big government. I think this is about big legacy joe biden. He's laying out an agenda that he thinks is very big. This big grand vision infrastructure that he wants to stick to because he sees this as a way to cement his legacy which is by the way something he's already thinking about. We know that he met last week with historians at the white house has been in office fewer than one hundred days. And he's already thinking about that he is of course seventy eight years old One strategist. i talked to a said that he that biden clearly sees this as an opportunity to deliver massive change the literal infrastructure of the country and praised him for not being distracted by day day. And we heard biden himself say in his speech. This week about this proposal that we're not we're at an inflection point. In american democracy this is a moment where reprove whether or not democracy can deliver. And i think you could insert for democracy mad libs in joe biden whether he could deliver but does that. Speak to voters people who are going to have to be making decisions next year about the house and the senate like are they gonna care about the long term impacts of does for democrats or do they care about you know what happens to their lives than the next fourteen months. I think it's a good point. And i think that the biden white house is acutely aware of what's popular. It's it's not so often that you publicly here presidents Talk so clearly about polling. Well you know and they all do it right. They all think about it. They all look at the numbers but it is not often that you see them actually talking about it and i think that when they pull infrastructure elements they're very popular and they learn this from the covid relief bill that they were able to pull that and it was seventy percent or so of Or more supported a lot of measures within that legislation. And you know look after that. They stepped on the gas even started talking about tweaking. The filibuster you had to bring in the filibuster. Didn't we almost made it. We are in most made it. All we get away is soon as i saw the words coming out. You know. clearly you can't let it go We are gonna take a quick break and when we come back it will be time for the real..

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"april 9th" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

08:02 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"My god. How cool i am so glad. There was singing at the end. Because i was like cannot just keep talking about barbershop without letting us hear it. Those wonderful yes. Hey there it's the npr politics podcast. I'm keith. I cover the white house. I'm claudio lisa cover. Congress and i'm ryan lucas. I cover the justice department. Congress returns to washington next week and after two recent attacks on the us capitol building. There's pressure to increase security around that building and a lot of that pressure is coming from security officials. Right claudia. yeah. I talked to security officials past officials who played this role and even in their role to this day. They say a lot more needs to be done and it was really interesting getting insight from them on on all the concerns that they have now that the capital is just this increasing threat. What kind of concerns. We're talking about so the way it was framed to me is that these are more complex. They entail social media. They entail extremists. Homegrown extremists such as white supremacists. Such as what we saw on display on january. Six with the insurrection. And so that is one area that security officials are focused on. And then last week we had this Deadly attack involving what appears to be alone wolf This left an eighteen year veteran capital. Police officer william evans dead and so it's just a long list of concerns and right now we have. Some recommendations is came from a task force led by house speaker. Nancy pelosi or or rather. She charged task force to look into the insurrection. Issue recommendations it was led by Retired lieutenant general russel honore and i talked to one of those task members about how to go forward from here and one of the concerns. He had his permanent fencing in the end. They recommended retractable fencing. He said that was not the best solution. It was a solution but not the best. One is there any indication at this point. And i know it's still early That this attack had any sort of linked to january sixth or extremist groups or anything of that sort now at this time it appears. There is no link This individual the suspect what i heard from security officials and dc delegate eleanor holmes norton alike this individual stopped by a barrier that was installed after nine eleven and she uses that as part of her argument that the capital does not need permanent fencing. She says it sends the wrong message. Let's take a listen if you have to fence the congress and then you fenced in our democracy and you shown the world that you can't take care of your own capital so how in the world and you're going to be able to take care of the country itself who ultimately makes the decision ultimately this is going to be up to congress. Members are going to make this decision when they return next week. They're warring to be going into Plans for a supplemental security funding bill. And so this is where they're going to get into all the details as to what this fencing plan look like as well as all these other recommendations that came from this task force. That was led by a retired lieutenant. General russel honore that would look into adding more than eight hundred officers adding new response teams to the capital for example. We saw that in play last week. The need for these response teams to be there when they do have a breaking emergency so this is something that we expect lawmakers to make decisions on in as soon as the coming weeks ryan. I want to go back to the january six attack. You have been reporting on it. Ever since where do things stand with the investigations. Which are now three months on. Is there any sensor better. Understanding of whether it was a premeditated attack to storm the capital or whether it just happened to end up being people storms the capital. We do not have a final answer on that question. It's important to say that because this is still very much an active investigation that is ongoing and we have seen new charges Or new people charged On an almost daily basis still at this point but there are a couple of cases in particular that provide hints at what prosecutors know so far in these are conspiracy cases that have been brought against members of two extremist groups the oath keepers and the proud boys and what we see from the court papers and statements that prosecutors have made in court in those two cases. is indications that there was advanced planning for violence on january. Six people talking. About what sort of gear to bring. What sort of tactical military style equipment to have. What sort of Potential weapons not lethal weapons but weapons to to bring into dc bear spray and flagpoles collapsible batons things like that. But we have not seen however is advanced discussions about specifically specifically storming the capital. A coherent advanced plan to do so. But definitely there was advanced. Planning from what prosecutors say about potential violence. Do you think ryan we have a a pretty clear picture. Then of the motivations that drove a lot of people in this way that day to to move in the capital in such a way or is this something that we may not know for months. Maybe even years to come in terms of motivations. I mean the the we have seen defending themselves in their postings before january six talk about how they think that the election had been stolen Very much bought into the baseless claims that the president while the former president was making about the election but you have kind of two groups of people that are very important to bear in mind. You have the people who have ties to organizations who may have engaged in advance planning of some sort prior to january. Sixth about what they wanted to do on that day. And then you have a bunch of other people who were part of the crowd and may have taken place in. Violence may have entered the capital itself but didn't have necessarily specific plans for january six in what they intended to do. And that is by far the much bigger group from what we've seen in the cases so far so this point more than three hundred people have been charged in connection with that riot insurrection But there are also conspiracy cases that. I think you're alluding to can you. Can you talk about the oath keepers and maybe to a lesser extent. The proud boys or is that what we're talking about here. It is the biggest conspiracy case. Far is against twelve alleged members or associates of the oath keepers. the oath keepers is as anti-government paramilitary group. It's one of the biggest in the country It's led by a man by the name of stuart roads who's a former army paratrooper in yale. Law school graduate and what the government alleges is that the members of this alleged conspiracy were talking for months ahead of time about what they wanted to do. What eventually their plans would be for january. Six they talked about. What sort of geared bring They had plans allegedly for a what they call a quick reaction force armed to be stationed across the river from dc to come into washington if the need arose on january sixth if things got messy as one defendant call it but at this point in time the conspiracy that is alleged is that they wanted to disrupt the certification of the of the electoral college..

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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01:51 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"It hurt. It hurt more than helped. Yeah yeah no. I think i think it does i. I think it would come in at draymond. Green basically saying you showed your whole ass in this conversation You just come back with fire. When he's saying he's tired of hearing the complaining he wants to see a plan and they're saying we've been she. She came back and said what do you think we've been doing with screaming this that we want. Yeah we know you're asking for a pay raise but what are you going to do about it. Or what are you bringing to the table. That's better okay. How many viewers did you have last year in the wnba. Saying the same thing. I think it was brittney. Griner who came out and said that she could take on demarcus cousins one on one. You could assemble the best five. Wnba players and the best five nba players. And we know what's going to have there is just genetic if there's no reason there's no reason to fight that it would be more apt to To embrace it We're short on time. The nuggets are very good very good. Do they win tonight. Yes eight point. Spread to the cover. That i don't know i don't i don't honestly they've been killing teams due to the rockies this afternoon Who's pitching trying to quit on austin. Gobber gombar oh the guy. We got josh point for the guy. He who shall not be named the rhetoric around hints changing a little bit today. There's a dark cloud over nolan ernaldo fans in colorado. We talk about and we were talking a little. Bit about yeah. You're going to get into that. I know you're wrong like your show. And just when he starts talking about the rockies. Nick montfort just please text in and say you're wrong. Say the dick bond for like i get frustrated but offers terrible jeff bridges worsen dick monfort the rockies have never been good even without right so go be good. You've got the money to do it. Brady whole host of the whole show appreciate your time as always check out the whole show twelve to two. Every single weekday noko now presented.

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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08:13 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Here on no conan presented by the jeanine agency. Ten forty two time Just a couple of minutes left here but wanna get into this conversation with brady whole host of the whole show. We talked a little bit about it. You talk about on your program. Yesterday brady Megan rubino is. She's an interesting woman. And i think that's putting it mildly with some of the remarks that she's made talking about the the gap you know the wage discrepancy between women athletics and men the quote and obviously coming after draymond green. And that's your. That's your poll. Question today is simply the now. Do you watch. Do you watch women's sports. Seventy seventy seven percent of the whole organs voting on this say no and this is not a. This isn't a question. I'm asking to say to be to be sexist or anything like that. It is purely a study a case study because if the viewership sonata this is economics here it's basic gives. Viewership is not up for women's sports soccer. Wnba whatever then. Advertising isn't going to go up then your money to individual players going to go up. That's how it is. There's no equal pay. Thing is absolutely absurd to talk about now in hollywood. This study came out like ten years ago that there were girls such as scarlet so johannesen and stuff. They were grossly underpaid compared to rubber done junior and such that i can get on board with a little more and say all right. Well doing the same movies If they're if they're drawing the save widows coming out that that rocks it and she's still getting way less but it it. It should be when you talk about marketing when you talk about capitalism. I know sometimes. That's a bad word to people. But that's how you grow your sports. Instead of fighting for equal pay. They need to be fighting for more people to watch. How do we get more people in our right right. And you know. That's the example that i said you know if i if i lost every advertiser on this program i now there'd be a new host in here on monday and i wouldn't i'd i'd be out of a job. It is basic business. But i don't think that the way to go about it and the fact that we are sitting here talking about it and saying we're having say again here were not be. We talked about the fact that they've made it. Such a hostile is extremely hawks. Rhetoric exchange between anybody on it. It's an issue and we were talking about i. I love watching the ufc you asked. Why did ronda rousey become so popular. She was incredible And she was doing things that we In the ufc had not seen any other women do and they marketed the hell out of but they just started do that when she started to do these incredible she wasn't coming forward and saying she wasn't inviting anybody. She's going out there doing her job and it came with it she she was marketable. She went on the late night. Shows things like that now made a newness. I is is the best of all time but i. I talked about this yesterday. The pool of great athletes for men is deeper than the pool of great athletes for women. And that's not a sexist comment that that drives me absolutely nuts. because it's not a sexist comment. The fastest man in the world is a lot faster than the fastest woman in the world. You'd look it up if you don't believe me it is the truth could ronda. Rousey beat the hell out of average people like us. Yeah because they beat us in a race. Yes but we're talking the superior athletes. Because you i wash you. And i don't watch sit in the plus lawyer. I go out there and sit and watch. I'm not gonna watch because it's a bunch of overweight guys drinking. That's not entertaining. What i wanna watch is seven. Bonders down the floor and don't get in their face. Shaquille o'neal suggested candace parker one of seven women to dunk the basketball in the wnba in its history. One of seven he asked should they lower the rim so that women can dunk the ball because a lot of people watch basketball because of the dunks great so well. It's one of the most exciting plays in sports. I mean the the donkeys and sponsor. That was not great right longer. Receivers very annoyed. She quickly shut it down and said no no and then she guaranteed that her daughter would be dunking. Someday and she might candace parker dunk it she might dunk it but that would be eight. You're eight now if you're not willing to try to make your sport more appealing then you're losing if you're going to businesses and begging for money and saying well lebron james gets more money. Why can't candace parker more money. Because more people are watching lebron jobs. So how do we get more people to watch. Candace parker draymond green came. He's a supporter of the wnba big time supporter but he came at him with facts and meghan comes out in ripped him to shreds. And this is you just you just. He's on the platform. Talking and people are listening. Now you and. I are talking about on our local radio shows. That's what that's what you should be doing. How do we get more people involved. You're volleyball fan right. You are a big volleyball fan. I am so right. There shows you the local. I don't know if you're watching national volleyball on. Tv but local. You like of course a lot of people volleyball and this is why it's so good. Yeah well and that's absolutely the case we're talking with a whole host of the whole show Talking about the women's sports an and the pay discrepancy and that side of it comes down to basic economics but being a divisive voice is not how you get this done. Just saying you know what we need to make more. 'cause equal opportunity does not result in equal outcome. There's two different things. They've got equal. Opportunity go out there and provide the best product available. Go out there. Finals niche sponsors. That you're looking for and try and grow it that way. Don't just come on and complain and say well. We deserve this. This and this it comes off as entitled and it comes off in rubs people around way. Now i will say this segment. The rhetoric around women's sports sometimes is very well. That doesn't that doesn't eliminate sexist more right. There are sexists absolutely there are absolutely. Are they come out there. And and and you know they'll be great softball play. That will make the sportscenter top ten. I'll see it on social media. And then i'll go to the comments just see and it's terrible it's like why are we watch that right and that is not. That's not the people that are. I think that's still the minority. I think there are people who respect what women do in the sports world and there's ways to improve it and grow upon it but i don't think what megan were pinos. Doing is is going to help. She was again. Here's an opportunity here you. The women's soccer team was popular is popular right. All of those you could recognize about four or five of those women. I can realize them more than i would. Anybody that was on the men's soccer. And of course and i don't you know the the women was amazing but instead of embracing that you know she obviously she's very political the she kind of pushed the american flag to the side. She claimed she wasn't trying to disrespect it but it was awkward. It was strange what you just did. Was you lost a giant portion of people that were watching and getting into because of the way you're talking again. She's extremely political. And we talk about this all the time as people want somewhat politics sports. Some don't well the nba. The nfl can survive those hits. They are have. I mean some people are still saying. They're not watching they don't they weren't watching anyway. The wnba cannot know. Women's soccer cannot same argument with. Nhl how do you market nhl players to raise it to that next year. Because you know there's there's a group die hard. Nhl fans that make it work but now people are jumping on the avalanche bus. Because they're good right. they're competitive. But how do you market people and get them to become the face of the league and face of your organization so that you can sell more tickets. And i don't think they do a good job at that and yes we could possibly take somebody to invest more money to do that because you have to spend money to come back and try and make it at some point but there's not that one person that everybody loves right sue bird may be for the wnba You know but but what megan renault did.

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

18:42 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Seven this after. We're weird first pitch time to thirty seven to thirty eight. I'm gonna be. I'm going to be ticked off Also in sports world What's going on well. The colorado avalanche are back in action. Tonight after a tough loss of they took at the hands of the minnesota wild. They've got anaheim ducks tonight. Eight o'clock puck dropped. The avs look to get back onto their winning ways and the denver nuggets also inaction tonight. The the nuggets They they take on san antonio spurs again. They had an off day in between And they play at seven o'clock tonight. Let's take a quick look at the standings. Utah did win last night but The clippers defeated The sons last night so now. You're only three three games back the number two seed and you're a game. Pack of the three seat and the lakers lost last night. So things are looking better for the nuggets. You gotta get to that number three seed. This team is very good. We'll see who they all have Joma should be back tonight. We'll wait to see on that as well. I don't know if you're following along but it is Time for the masters and justin rose took off. Yesterday he sits alone at the top of the leaderboard. Four under famously. Bryce into shambo Came out so case. You're wondering who breaks into shambo. Is he's the guy that hits the golf ball really really far and really really hard. He came out and said augusta national in georgia. was a poor sixty seven. Which is just ridiculous i. It's a very tough course. Well he was terrible yesterday and it kind of it was. It was kind of funny to watch. he is Justin roses four under so far There is p there are people in action right now toward speed in the high and the top five Just something to look forward to today on the whole show kyle of the eaten catcher club will be joining aberdeen hall to discuss more about the masters more of a breakdown. I'm pumped i'm. I'm a terrible golfer. But i love to golf and Hey league seasons right around the corner. And i'm actually getting out for the first time. Go golfing on sunday. So looking forward to all of that. Not a whole lot going on. Sports world That'll do it for the sports world in fact and It'll be fun weekend. I'm interested to see what the what the rockies can do with the giants here Johnny cueto is a great pitcher. So i don't necessarily love their matchup today But if the rockies can keep going it it could get interesting and could get really fun in a hurry. Tavern at saint michel square guys. You can get a twenty dollars gift card for free right now. I'll have to do is send in your best text. Text that girl tech at nine seven zero four seven eight thirteen zero one nine seven zero four seven eight thirteen zero one or common on our facebook page. Now leave your best text there and you could be enjoying bottomless mimosas. On us tomorrow with that. Twenty dollars gift card to the tavern at saint michael's square closing in on Ten sixteen now. We'll take a break when we come back on the other side. We'll jump and catch Jason lv voice of the unc. Bears about their scrimmage. The football team's gotta scrimmage tomorrow. We'll be back. It's no go now. Preserved by the j nine agencies on northern cars voice. Thirteen ten kfi k.

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:17 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Giants johnny. Cueto on the mound and austin gombar on the mound for the colorado rockies that actions starting at two thirty seven this after. We're weird first pitch time to thirty seven to thirty eight. I'm gonna be. I'm going to be ticked off Also in sports world What's going on well. The colorado avalanche are back in action. Tonight after a tough loss of they took at the hands of the minnesota wild. They've got anaheim ducks tonight. Eight o'clock puck dropped. The avs look to get back onto their winning ways and the denver nuggets also inaction tonight. The the nuggets They they take on san antonio spurs again. They had an off day in between And they play at seven o'clock tonight. Let's take a quick look at the standings. Utah did win last night but The clippers defeated The sons last night so now. You're only three three games back the number two seed and you're a game. Pack of the three seat and the lakers lost last night. So things are looking better for the nuggets. You gotta get to that number three seed. This team is very good. We'll see who they all have Joma should be back tonight. We'll wait to see on that as well. I don't know if you're following along but it is Time for the masters and justin rose took off. Yesterday he sits alone at the top of the leaderboard. Four under famously. Bryce into shambo Came out so case. You're wondering who breaks into shambo. Is he's the guy that hits the golf ball really really far and really really hard. He came out and said augusta national in georgia. was a poor sixty seven. Which is just ridiculous i. It's a very tough course. Well he was terrible yesterday and it kind of it was. It was kind of funny to watch. he is Justin roses four under so far There is p there are people in action right now toward speed in the high and the top five Just something to look forward to today on the whole show kyle of the eaten catcher club will be joining aberdeen hall to discuss more about the masters more of a breakdown. I'm pumped i'm. I'm a terrible golfer. But i love to golf and Hey league seasons right around the corner. And i'm actually getting out for the first time. Go golfing on sunday. So looking forward to all of that. Not a whole lot going on. Sports world That'll do it for the sports world in fact and It'll be fun weekend. I'm interested to see what the what the rockies can do with the giants here Johnny cueto is a great pitcher. So i don't necessarily love their matchup today But if the rockies can keep going it it could get interesting and could get really fun in a hurry. Tavern at saint michel square guys. You can get a twenty dollars gift card for free right now. I'll have to do is send in your best text. Text that girl tech at nine seven zero four seven eight thirteen zero one nine seven zero four seven eight thirteen zero one or common on our facebook page. Now leave your best text there and you could be enjoying bottomless mimosas. On us tomorrow with that. Twenty dollars gift card to the tavern at saint michael's square closing in on Ten sixteen now. We'll take a break when we come back on the other side. We'll jump and catch Jason.

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:39 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

"Let them know you heard about on. Kfi am joining us now. Up on the hotline he is. He's a two time or just one time. One time. Funny friday winner his also the voice of the unc. Bears hit is jason jason. Thanks for joining me man. I appreciate it. They should be two time and my mother. In fact that there's dan is the best radio on you know we've all got our report. Yeah we've all been here for all right. Jason wella obviously with basketball season wrapping up and volleyball. We're obviously turn to look at the football squad especially with so much intrigue over Head coach mccaffrey. Now you've got a chance to sit down with eddie mack. A couple of times and talk to him about his vision of this football team. I anybody hasn't had a chance to hear any of your interviews with them or any of the other interviews. He's had on k of k. What are what are your takeaways. What are your impressions of head coach. Ed mccaffrey well. I think he knows the challenge ahead of him with this. Unc team and kind of where they've been in the past and he knows that he's got to build a foundation and that's what he's unfortunately had the luxury of a year and a half up doing without playing a game is building up foundation hitting the recruiting trail going out and getting some guys in which include his son. Dylan coming in to to play quarterback but going out and building a roster the way that he sees fit. That'll work for his offense a worked for his defense. There will be his vision now. He's been afforded a lot more time to do that as i just mentioned so. Hope you can go out there and see some of this This work in preparation if these guys have had for so long able to To take for wishing here tomorrow tomorrow afternoon. Well it's gonna be interesting for sure and you know looking at this team. Obviously nowhere close to what they wanna be. They haven't been under the last couple of years under ernest collins junior. But you know hopefully The recruiting class. A little bit Where do you think this team stands right now. I know you've you're new here as well Jason but where do you think you see the strength of this team going to lie. Well i think you've gotta be strong interior lines. And i think the guy like eddie gonzales. The third coming back. He's a guy that i saw even when i was at montana. State he's a guy that Works really really hard. Long defensive line is he's probably a little bit undersized but a very good player they've got talent at all levels but they need to fill in the. It'd be more consistent with that talent. I think that's what coach. Mccaffrey as mentioned tried to do with the recruiting trail. They brought in a bunch of big. Upfront you know including a couple transfers. The one big one. That jumps out for me. Is maria's benson the six three hundred twenty pounds offensive linemen from central florida. I think that could be a huge edition right off the bat for northern because he does have some experience that can come in there and get right on that offensive line. Maybe be the guy that leads that group James gusher is a guy who well six seven two thousand five out of parker. He's a freshman but you can't teach size and you've got to it there along the offensive line and i think that's from what i saw. That was kind of the glaring discrepancy between the northern colorado teams. Was this the signs along. Offensive and defensive fronts The past couple of years. And so. I think coach. Mccaffrey has made a point of emphasis to get out there..

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

02:17 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

03:10 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA

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"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:05 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:07 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Yes if if you know who this is old. He was born and raised in. Elbert lena some that they have a little honorary statue for eddie cochran. He was a rocker in the fifties. I love this. He did it at some other. Good stuff but this was his main song summertime blues. Yeah 'cause trying to make a dollar and he can't in can't go to work because of course he was sick and say you can't go out because you just didn't work a lick. It is being a teenager in the fifties was such trauma. Dear well i end to tell you that. I have a little show here on sunday mornings this sunday morning. At eight o'clock right here on northern colorado's voice thirteenth aka. I'm going to do my show called senior circle and we talk about. Things somewhat usually pertain to seniors. Not exclusively. But that's what the name of the show is a talk a lot about travel. So if you like to travel you don't wanna miss my show but this time i was concerned about something that i saw in the aarp bulletin and of course the a apart r. p. that's that's for retired persons. The american association retired persons or something like that. That's what a r p stands for. But anyway they sent out a bulletin. I'm a member. So i'm i'm not too wild about politics but i i liked their health insurance so i belong aright. Here's an here's an email. I got yesterday at my own email. Alright this says thank you for shopping with amazon dot com. This is a confirmation text that your order number well in this game as an email but they said it was a taxed or a number one one by blah blah of foreign. Lg refrigerator has been shipped to get more details on shipment please contact and then he gives a one eight hundred eight six six number or one one eight six six is at its forget the eight hundred a it's a. It's a toll free number. That's what i'm trying to tell you to call that number. You know what happens if you call that number. I don't know exactly. But i'll betcha know what happens. They say oh well. We must have a mistake here. Somehow we have an order here for you. One one one seven ever blah blah blah so in order to get this cancelled. We're gonna need some information so that we can properly get. This order cancelled for you where we're so sorry so sorry that this happened But all you need to do is give us everything you know your birthday. Your bank account numbers your goosebumps know all that stuff. They're fishing for information from people and often they send this out to people who they know are old now they no. I'm old because i am. It's just yes some will do women ever tell their age. But but i'm not either. I'm just old okay. But nonetheless i get this stuff all right now. Here's the problem if you look at where this email came from. Here's the address that it came from amazon. A r d. a d. A are are seeing it. That's what it says. D. a. r. s. h. i. s. i n. g. h. That sounds like it's from. India doesn't it lot of scams come from india and then it says gee mail dot com. They only put amazon at the beginning of it. Because they want you to think it's from amazon but it's not it's from somebody in india who's trying to get your personal information when you call that number. Dear was a story in the aarp bulletin recently about scams and how especially older people are scammed out of all kinds of money. An on my show on sunday. I'm going to go into that in detail as to exactly the kinds of things that they do and you don't have to be old to get scammed by this and you don't have to have a room temperature. Iq to get scanned by this. You can be an intelligent person. Who's concerned that. There's an order here that you didn't place then. You need to get that fixed in by golly this person on the they're so good at talking to you. Well if you need an extra minute take him. You need to go for a drink of water. Need to go the bathroom copy here. How's your mom. Oh your voice sounds so you sound much younger than that. Yeah that's the kind of stuff they pull on you. Then they try to gain your confidence in the next thing. You know you're spilling information and they drain your bank account or charging gazillion dollars your credit card or whatever. It's so sad when these kinds of things happen but catch my show at eight o'clock right here on sunday morning and i'm going to go into a lot of detail about the kinds of things that they do to scan you and and then no sooner than i'd been doing the background for that sh the show that i'm going to do the show on sunday. Then i get this in the email. An email happens all the time. You probably get these two just zappa. Just toss them in your spam folder and zap them. Don't call don't do anything. If amazon really wanted to get a hold of you you would know why because you would have done business with them and it wouldn't say amazon at adar sing. Whatever that person Spelled it for you can't pronounce it but but anyway seven six four three gmail.com con me con man. There was a picture in this latest issue of the are people at the end that i'm gonna talk about on sunday. There's a lady who there's a picture of her on her computer camera holding a box a shipping box with ten thousand dollars in cash in it that she was going to send these people. Fortunately somebody caught that. They took over the whole thing before she as she already shipped it. But before it got delivered they got to the people at fedex and fedex pulled the shipment. This lady was sending somebody ten thousand dollars in cash. And i don't know the details of what kind of scam. That was but that person must have been one heck of a scammer in order to get somebody to cough up that kind of money usually tell you your grandson's in jail and you need to send bail money. I've always told my kids you're getting jail. You're on your own. You figure it out. Don't bother me dot go bail you out and guess what none of my kids have ever been in jail but just told don't don't even try don't even know don't even make the call. I'll let you rot there. Figure it out. Get out of there yourself. I'm not putting up any bail. Okay take a breath. john. We've got some of the good stuff for you real soon right here on northern colorado voice. Thirteen ten kfi from the auto collisions mitchell studios. I'm john clark in for gail party. Northern colorado's for thirteen ten. Kfi the block party wednesdays from four to ten pm in the nuggets. Get back to the western conference finals. Listen to the whole show for the latest denver. Sports stories on thirteen ten. Kfi here. We are back at the coming up. Well actually what we're doing. We're coming up on seven o'clock like a freight train and john clark. You're with you this morning for gale. She's out getting their shot. Anyway i want to tell you that this is thirteen ten. Kfi greeley fort collins loveland..

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"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"I recall the ones. I've been to very much if any of an indoor eating space it's all get it in your car or eat out on the patio area but yeah this is a strictly drive through operation. They took one look for collins and set what the well for collins hates the automobile. It's a simple. They've got bike lanes running all over that town where they have closed off traffic lanes for the cars and built bike lanes. And i will tell you that. People ride their bikes in fort collins but mainly mainly for recreation and we've got wonderful bike trails. They don't even come near streets except when you cross them and sometimes you go under him or over him. So hey oh this drives me nuts. The fort collins hates the automobile. They want you to ride one of their empty. Buses loneliest people in fort collins. Are the bus drivers a fact. Well i mean they got therapy for these poor people there so alone. I can't i gotta stop. I gotta stop. Ryan is in there in john cutler over anyway here. We are sitting in the auto collision specialist studios. We're at northern colorado's voice. Thirteen ten kfi and believe it or not. I'm john clark for gail. What's happening in your own backyard. Listen to no co- now with tanner's swint a northern colorado's voice thirteen ten kfi k. Help your community by donating to the live. United thirteen hundred thursday april twenty second. Go to united way dash well dot org slash thirteen ten on tex. Kfc all caps two to.

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"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:02 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Hear much from them. And diana ross would just a fabulous singer great entertainer. Well anyway john clark here with you this morning. No gail It's friday she's getting your shot today is she's been telling you all week. I think she's a little apprehensive about the. I don't know i'm not. I'm just saying it's it's possible that she's a little worried. I had zero problems. My wife had zero problems. My brother-in-law Just about him up when he had his shot. So i don't know what italian It's just that some people just react a little differently to that shot. Don't well i. I love what happens in loveland. That's because it's a lovely place and their lover. Well loveland down there but this one is pretty good anytime you say the word in and out burgers people go nuts. I'm i'm serious they do. It's it's like it's some kind of sacred right to be able to buy something from it in and out burger now. We don't have many of them here in colorado so far we've got one down there in the that. Oh it's down south yeah. I guess south into denver somewhere. I think they put one in colorado springs. Maybe they're working on some more of them but but nonetheless There there was a big brouhaha at the loveland city council about the possibility of an in and out going in there. Let me let me give you a little flavor of this story. From the reporter herald max levy wrote this is a good stuff in and out burgers interest in opening a drive through in loveland was made no a public facebook post by city loveland city council member don over cash calling the plans. Great news for loveland over cash mentioned. The restaurant was being planned. Where mimi's cafe. That's kind of sad. I really liked mimi's But it's gone it. Well it's the buildings there. It's yeah it's going to be coming in and out and the good news is there's a lot of backup space there. They have lines dipped up. They seem like they're miles. Long cars trying to get their food. There's one over on riverdale drive in utah in tone is that it's it's kind of in in well right around ogden utah and i've seen a backup on the road almost to the interstate trying to get into the in and out there Been to california same thing. The difference in california. Is you get your in and out burger and you go. Sit in the bask in the sunlight in the beautiful california weather in each your burger right there on a picnic. Table care colorado. We open our window long enough to get it Rural window backup. Turn the heater up. Our yard burgers That's an exaggeration from colorado native. But i love this place all right so anyway they got into this brouhaha and the council meeting because some of the people who have a little bit different political persuasion then Council member over cash We're really upset with him there. Yes as a matter of fact Andrea sampson suggested a conversation. He had with the developer development services director. Brett limbaugh violated campaign finance laws. The that's that's pretty serious. Because he's running by the way for mayor over caches. I these city council and little little did drive you nuts. They really do I have been a four collin city council member and sometimes the little petty things. I was called something else that goes on in a council Especially when somebody's running for something it's just crazy we'll anyway over. Cash did not say who tipped him off initially about the restaurants plans but he thought it was cool. He didn't see any problem. He thought it was public information. It turns out. If you read the story i was there was no nondisclosure agreement whatsoever between the city of loveland and the in and out people who had given him some preliminary plans for what they might do with property. So over cash was fine but yet here these other people who are attacking him. They're calling it a political play. Well in one of my favorites you gotta love this one One of my favorite well at stevenson. Who's one of my favorite council members down there. I've got several of them. But he's one of them he. He called the information water cooler. Talk and accused samson of attacking over cash for political gain. This is his quote. I loved us. Stevenson said this. I don't know what counselors sampson mos of motivation is. Maybe she's running for mayor. See how this cat's it's crazy but it but anyway the cool thing is it. Looks like there will be in and out burger in that area of of of loveland. Tara is what we call it up. Okay there's a of good stuff. There might as well put in that one now after all this goes on on the seventh the next day in the paper in the very same paper the loveland reporter herald. Here's a story. It says in and out burgers looking to build one of its color restaurants in loveland in the cemetery area. There's no secret here and and for over cash to have put that in a he was just excited and he thought it was cool. And when you're running for mayor you wanna do something that looks neat In devotes right and i'll blame at all for putting it in there and the the other people who attacked him Well anyway in and out is looking at that spot and then you read all about and they say we they're here. Here's their their quote from the officials. let's see this guy thinks a vice president or something of the out company burger people. He said we hope to open a restaurant level and in the future at this stage in the development application process. So it's still too early to say when or even if we're able to open a restaurant there once we do begin construction on a new location. usually takes us five or six months to have it open for business. So that's the way set and that seems yeah fine. They're looking at it. See what they can do. One of the last lines in this story is particularly interesting. Plans to open another location in fort collins have apparently been abandoned why i know fort collins who live there used to be under city council. I was a county commissioner in trying to deal with that town. They hate automobiles absolutely despise automobiles. Have you ever gone on harmony road in fort collins and driven all the way from the interstate to college avenue. Have you ever noticed in that. Entire what is it. Four or five miles for miles. Maybe five there is not one single drive through restaurant not one. It's not because people didn't wanna build them there in fact what well wendy's the burger people had a piece of property right at the corner of timberline in harmony. They wanted to build their the city. Said well we have the harmony plan in. It says there will be no fast food drive through in that entire stretch of harmony. They planned it that way. It's on purpose that there are so if you want a burger you gotta drive a mile north or mild or to to the to the west or even east over into tim to leave your tax dollars there to get something because they won't they hate it so all it took was probably about ten minutes talking to the fort collins. Planning staff and out burger was by by. This is an are kind of town. They don't even have as.

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"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"John clark here with you is you can tell. It is not gale. She's been telling you all week. You know what's going on. Today is her second. Cova jot and some people worry about. I had no trouble with mine at all. I had i had it here. I've been vaccinated both both shots for well over a month and i didn't find any problems with it. I do know some people have had problems. And i'm not trying to In any way dismiss diminish or dismiss interesting. When you put those words together you diminish Nonetheless those folks who were having concerns and problems with that my heart goes out to you because The vaccine is important but on the other hand you hate to have problems with it. Mine was the divisor and bingo problems. I really felt almost nothing from it. Even tiny tiny needle they put in your arm i said. Are you done yet. Then she said yeah a long time ago. And i missed it so so i don't wanna i don't wanna be littlest thing but on the other hand for most people you're not gonna have a lot of trouble I do know when you hear all these news reports about will. I had this problem. And i had that problem soaked. Well i understand Just just that. We need to be pretty mellow it because it beats all the heck the alternative a winding up in the hospital on a respirator. That's all i can tell you. Well we have. We got good stuff for you today. Holy mackerel we've got us schedule. You're not gonna believe Thought maybe well let me tell you a little bit about where we're gonna have. We're gonna have jamie hitting from the greeley chamber commerce. That's going to be later this morning. In the seven o'clock hour are always enlightening illuminating visit from keith wineman from presidente wealth management that comes in there right in that same time frame just a little bit before so we've got a lot of good stuff for you in the meantime i've got a story here about tell you all you gotta do is say in and out burger and people go nuts. Have you.

"april 9th" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on KQED Radio

"April 9th VanDerhei completed his first space flight in 2018 after spending 168 days on the space station. This time he could be up there for twice as long. NASA gave us exactly five minutes with Mark Fanta High who was on a phone line from Russia. And I started by asking him what the trip up to the space station would be like on board Russia's Soyuz spacecraft. Uh, I'm expecting it to be surprisingly calm. A lot of our training involved. Everything possible going wrong. We get trained how to respond to all that. But we very rarely get to experience with space flight will really be like when they step works ideally will work. Just fine. Hello? I leave it up there. God takes about 8.5 minutes, actually get into orbit. For us. We'll get to the space station of all works. Well, we'll get to the space station about three hours after lunch, so that's the way up On the way back. You may have to give up your seat in the fall for this return flight to Earth because a Russian film crew will be on the space station. Making a movie, which means you may not get home until the spring of 2022 are Are you okay with that was spinning that full year in space. I gotta clarify that officially, I am a scientist Six months late, and we We're always ready for things to change. As you mentioned. Roskosmos has a big saying how these seats workout, So if that ends up being the case, then certainly I'm ready for that as well. My perspective is if I do end up staying space for a year, that's that's a great deal for me. I I again I'm not We're not gonna happen, but if it ended up being the situation on then I think it's ah, uh, new opportunity and new life experience that I've never had before. I'll say Ah, few other Americans have made trips to space for over 300 days, So we have some information about what that's like. But what do you think it might do to your body? If it ends up happening is concerned. I have my bone density. I lost a lot of this 7% of it on the previous place. And this time they tried you a better job of very carefully following the nutrition advice and exercise advice that is on the plan to try to make sure I preserve it. So that's something that my medical files recovered. I got all that the intensity back. But certainly spending more time in space is as me having an even stronger desire to do all the right things to preserve that moment. What do you think it would be like for for human beings to make a much longer trip into space, say to Mars. I think it could be ready, challenging physically and psychologically. We've got a lot to learn before you can do that The length of the flight will be a challenge. But you can imagine when we look at Mars right now you can pick out The Star, of course, is the planet that looks slightly red, and that's how we identify Mars. Also knowing exactly where it would be that you wanna be like that, looking back. The place where all the people you love your entire life history before that time looking back, and it just looks like a faint blue star out there in this vast field of other other stars, so I think it's really hard for humans to humans to be that far away from home. Do you think we'll do it any way off course. I absolutely believe that we've taken lots of risks way even crossing the Atlantic or Pacific against the new places. Those have involved some medicine. We still don't and I show up again before I let you go. What's it like to live with the international.

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Resisting pressure, Alabama governor extends mask order

AP 24 Hour News

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

Resisting pressure, Alabama governor extends mask order

"Ivey. Unlike others, Southern GOP governors extends the state mask order until April 9th. There's no question that wearing mask has been one of my greatest tools in combating the spread of the violence. I'd be buck political pressure to lift the order. As Republican led Texas and Mississippi have done. Georgia House approves a bill that would make it a felony with mandatory prison time for people who steal a single package off someone sports or front step, no matter the value. State Senate takes it up next. I'm Tim McGuire. Maybe the

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Bucking GOP trend, Alabama governor extends mask order

The Takeaway

00:27 sec | 7 months ago

Bucking GOP trend, Alabama governor extends mask order

"Some Southern states are beginning to lift coronavirus restrictions. Republican Alabama Governor Kay Ivey is opting to do the opposite and extending the mask mandate past Easter. Ivy said. Hard date to end that order. April 9th. Many public health officials are appealing to states to keep mask mandates in place at least until there are enough vaccines for everyone. The bite administration anticipates that'll happen by the end of May.

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Coachella Cancels April 2021 Dates

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | 8 months ago

Coachella Cancels April 2021 Dates

"Has forced a large music festival in California like to cancel its plans. Coachella has had been scheduled to run from April 9th to the 11th. Then from April 16 to the 18, the public health officer for Riverside County, where the annual festivals held each year made the announcement on Twitter. There's the third time the massive festival has had the change its plans because of the pandemic Last March, the festival's April dates were postponed until early October. Then in June, those October dates were canceled as well.

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"april 9th" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:47 min | 9 months ago

"april 9th" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For the last few years, I've been working on a book. It's about the history of money. It's called money. The true story of a made up thing. It's just coming out now. And one of the things I found really striking as I was working on it doing the research was When you look back at like the long dark of the history of money, you see these long periods of time when everything is just stable. Things aren't changing much. And then there are these moments when everything just goes like bananas, and you see these massive dramatic changes in a really short period of time. Jacob I read your book, and one of my favorite parts of the book was one of these moments. It happened a few 100 years ago in Western Europe, when the modern economy and modern finance were just beginning to emerge. There's This one person who comes along at this moment. His name is John Law, and he picks up all these little pieces all these innovations and puts them together, almost singlehandedly and kind of out of nowhere. John Locke creates this entire economy That looks a lot like the world we live in today. You got to start where everybody starts. This is Steve Quinn. He's an economic historian who I talked to. When I was working on the book. You got to start where everybody starts. Which is government. That okay? I thought you were going to say the duel I made for May. If there's a duel. No, no, no, no, no. I'm an economist. And don't get me wrong. You know stories of dual cell copy, but you know, I'm hopelessly focused on okay. Okay. What's driving the thing? It's government. Okay, let's start with the door. Absolutely. John Locke is in his early twenties. He grew up in Edinburgh. But has moved to London. He's like medium rich, but he is living the high life in London. He's what's known as a bow, which is like a 16 nineties version of a bro. You know, he drinks a lot. Loses a lot of money, gambling as all these romances and then on April 9th 16 94 John Law is standing in Bloomsbury Square in London, middle of the day. Carriage rolls up, and a young man named Edward Wilson gets out, walks up the law and draws his sword. So this is a planned thing. A dual lock draws his own sort. They fight law strikes, Wilson Wilson falls down and dies. Nobody knows exactly what this was about. There had been some drama. Logged and living with the woman who was married to another man and Wilson. Sister was living in the same building. Maybe that had something to do with it. We don't know. But we know what happens. Next Law is arrested for killing Wilson. He's convicted of murder. Sentenced to death, and then he escapes from prison. How did he escape from prison? This part I don't How did he get out? It's not entirely clear. People who study the say it's likely that he had some, you know, help from outside and somebody, maybe even drugged a guard and let him out of his cell. But we don't know. What we do know is what happens next. He gets on a boat and goes.

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Space station crew returns to Earth after 196-day mission

The KFBK Morning News

00:23 sec | 11 months ago

Space station crew returns to Earth after 196-day mission

"Space station team ever to launch during a pandemic is back safely on Earth. They are experiencing gravity again for the first time in 196 days. Astronaut Chris Cassidy and two Russian cosmonauts touchdown outside Kazakhstan. Their mission to the international space Station began on April 9th. Not long after the Corona virus was labeled a pandemic by the World Health Organization, Joe

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Harold Miller Discusses Improving Medicare's Alternative Payment Models

The Healthcare Policy Podcast

04:54 min | 2 years ago

Harold Miller Discusses Improving Medicare's Alternative Payment Models

"To the healthcare policy podcast again on the host, David intra Cosso during this podcast, discuss Medicare's, alternative payment, models, APM's or more. Specifically, how APM's can be improved with Munis gust? The topic is president and CEO of the center for healthcare quality and payment reform herald Miller herald, welcome back to the program. Thank you. David vigor listeners may recall, I spoke with Mr Miller in September twenty fifteen moreover about bundled payments. Mr Miller's bio is of course, posted on the podcast website on background that twenty fifteen. Macro law created Medicare's advanced payment models again APM's these are otherwise term pay for performance reimbursement models where the provider assumes financial risk based on historical on regional spending in quality measurement performance. There are currently a dozen APM's although this year Medicare Advantage could qualify almost all of these are demonstration and the flagship of APM's or the one of currency give against is the as Medicare should savings program. More commonly termed ACO's because the vast majority of EPSN beneficiaries are over ten million are assigned to it. Or again, ACO's the ACO program just to note is currently. In its eighth year is unclear to what extent ACO's have reduced Medicare spending growth largely because CMS does not formally evaluate the program. If Medicare program, however to remain financially saw build fee for service APM's must produce meaningful. Savings results since the Medicare Advantage program that currently enrolls over thirty three Medicare beneficiaries and his rapidly growing does not in federal financial accounting terms score savings with me again to discuss APM's the flaws in their current design. And moreover how they can be better designed or generate meaningful savings is Harold Miller. So that is back on her. Let me start by asking we just celebrated or some did the nine year anniversary of the Affordable Care Act. So if I could begin by asking what's your overall Sussman of efforts moreover under the ACA to reduce Medicare spending growth over almost now ah decades time. Well, I think it was called the Affordable Care Act, but most of the law and most of the attention has really been about improving access to insurance and the the law has clearly done that. But I think that the track record in terms of actually making healthcare more affordable as much weaker. There really were weren't that many provisions in the law designed to deal with that. And the few that were there have had pretty slow implementation. I would say one of the things is you wanted to talk about alternative payment models today. One of the hopes was that the center for Medicare and Medicaid innovation. That was created under the Affordable Care Act would really spark a lot of innovation in terms of the way Medicare, and then hopefully other payers would pay for healthcare, but it's been pretty disappointing in terms of how. Much or how little is done to to do that in those nine years. Yes. Correct. I was going to follow up with your view of the Medicare cheered savings program December final rule, but let's we'll get to that. So let's move onto. Generally, you've written now numerous detailed reports regarding Medicare payment reform over the last several years, let's focus on your latest work. That is your January report titled the prom with Medicare's alternative payment models and how to fix them. Let me start by asking what would an idealized APM generally, look like. Well, I think in my opinion, if it were ideal model, and I know that there's written there's no one ideal model, but the the the elements of it would need to address the problems that exist in fee for service payment without taking away the strength of fee for service payment, and would actually and able physicians hospitals. Other health care providers to be able to deliver care to patients in in ways that would be both better for the patient and lower spending for Medicare or other payers. There are many many opportunities in to reduce spending without hurting patients in

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