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Larson wraps up comeback season with 1st NASCAR title
"Kyle Larson went into the NASCAR season finale at Phoenix Raceway with nine wins on the season and knowing if he was going to be champion he'd likely have to do it one more time he did crediting his pit crew for giving him the second passed a stop of the year Larson left pit road in first place with twenty three laps to go my pit crew I've got all the belief in the world of them do they proved all season long that they were consistent and consistently fast so we have such a great team and their their massive part of it and they were the you know the reason why we we won tonight he held off a hard charging a race in the championship runner up Martin Truex junior who made several attempts to pass but couldn't pull them off for Larson he joins Tony Stewart and becoming only the second driver to win five races in the NASCAR playoffs Jerry Jordan Avondale Arizona
"avondale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Is 6 54 and 84 degrees in Avondale. I'm Jamie West, Katya, our eyes on parenting the white of the moon. Listen up. If you're trying to get your Children interested in reading rainy Crabtree with Arizona's Children Association recommends letting your kids pick out books they like and it's okay if they want to read the same book over and over. One of the reasons that kids like to repeat a book so much is that their brain loves to be able to predict what's going to happen, she adds. While you're reading with your kids get them engaged by asking them questions about the book. And no, This is not the name of a Children's book. Zebras are on the loose near our nation's capital. What a sight in a neighborhood of Prince George's County, Maryland outside D. C. I thought it was a deer for for about three seconds, And then I noticed it was actually a zebra sightings by Layla curling and our neighbors that many couldn't believe multiple striped zebras trotting through their neighborhood, five out of 39 all recently delivered to a nearby farm and somehow escaping, But Leila's mom didn't buy it, he said. I was crazy and stuff, and the zebra still haven't been caught authorities working on a plan to capture the wayward animals in a case that's black and white, Derek Dennis ABC News made a joke there Black and white. Whoever caught the llamas here should, uh, try to make an assist. I think all right, here's detoured in in the Valley Chevy Dealers Traffic center. All right, let's get to it. It looks like we're going to close out the six o'clock hour with a couple of bumps, But I don't necessarily know there'll be any bruises, though..
"avondale" Discussed on Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution!
"You are going to really enjoy our conversation this week. Avondale is back with me and we are joined today by tina griffin. She's the counter culture. Mom i know many of you have heard of her if you haven't. You're in for a treat this week. Tina welcome to the podcast. Hey thanks for having me absolutely. I'm so glad you could take time out of your busy day before we jumped onto record. You're like i've already done three shows today and getting ready to do another tv show and you were able to squeeze us in to your very very busy day so we are grateful for that. Oh no worries you know. We're all trying to save america so we can have sleep. I would do that. That's why my face is greasy from all the hammer lights and running between all this all good. I love i love it. You know it was so fun you you had your son come in to help you with something beforehand. And it's one of the greatest parts of doing what we do. Is that our kids. Get to be a part of it. And they get to be home in with us and see us working to impact god's kingdom and therefore they get to be part of it and i think in doing that they just learn he don't just sit on the sidelines and watch other people. Do things you get up in you do so because it just kind of becomes part of them like you know monkey see monkey. Do we see mom and dad doing things. For god's kingdom and so i guess that's just what you do and Sorry love that your kids do that along with you but introduced us to yourself and your family tell us about you absolutely just want to do a little plug you know..
"avondale" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Well, the city of Avondale Estates has cancelled its fourth of July parade and fireworks show again just It seems odd to me that you would pick that story. It's a story. Well, I used to live in Avondale Estates. Yeah, well, aren't you lucky if you if you like fireworks, you're not there this year to bad Is this the protocols thing? The social distancing things still guess. You know, people can go into Wal Mart and buy older things. I I go to Walmart a bit. You save a lot of money. They're absolutely yes. We have a new kiss thing rolling out later this year at Walmart. I think you're all gonna love okay. It did you Think you'll love it as well. If we love one more money, one thing I'm excited about those smart move that Gene and I decided last year was we're not going to market kiss face masks because we don't want it to continue you. So you're not going to go over to the to Decatur or anything like that, Paul. I mean, caters even worse. You can't Decatur all these to cab County cities. Let me tell you, they are acting like it's may of 2020. And they're like Jean. Now that, uh Jeanne rubs off. Finally, okay. Yeah, I've seen the videos I've seen so But listen, people do your thing. I understand. You want to protect your family and your friends. You've got the the delta Eight. Varying coming in that gets everybody. Hi. Yeah, Be a problem. Could be a problem Could be a problem. You know, kids are on the Delta eight variant. You know, the Delta nine variant much better. I've heard, but I've never smoked marijuana in my life I saw, Jean said that I didn't know that you are also as somebody who's done. I may have dabbled early early on well. Early on, and then I switched to folders. Yeah, Gene, he Gee, never did drive. There's only like 18 people that get that reference, But it's how if you go to YouTube after the show, and you type in, go to YouTube. I want everyone to do this at 12 you go. They're proud of this after maybe, after whether a news and all that go there. And and type in Paul Stanley folders and you'll see the never aired Paul Stanley Folgers commercial y saying about the virtues of filling up your cup with us Little simp the best part of waking up It's full truth in your car. Still got it ball. I'm guessing a little weaker This This happened in a period of time where you didn't really think Kiss was going to come back. You know, I always knew they were but you can't You know, you always got to have a side hustle. And plus, you can see me using the You know the trapeze? I'm like, you know, juggling, are you? We know it's you because I remember I do my own stuff. Remember the not like Harrison Ford, who hurt his shoulder Now they can't make the movie. Yeah, well, that's going to be pushed back a few months. That's our Renuka. He hurt himself as star wars to they were able to film it. The new Star Wars Star wars. They have all the gizmos and computer. They don't have that for Indiana. Didn't know. I thought you was just the singing the voice over. I don't know that you're in the know I'm in and talking about, you know, the virtues of coffee and really? Yeah, And I have that eighties hair. No, no makeup. Well, I had makeup on but you know, because, remember, there was there was like soup commercials that would use in the nineties. They would you making it up? No gamble, Sue. So you would use famous. Celebrities really famous celebrities like Jimmy Stewart or Johnny Cash. Remember that Stewart one, but that one was really nice, but they never identified themselves. It was just Jimmy Stewart's voice. And it was just Johnny Cash's voice was never identified. You're actually in a minute. I love extolling the virtues. What are you doing on a trapeze? What's what's happening is I'm so amped up from the coffee that I have to get from the trapeze. Well, thank you, Paul. Entertainment News International Stanley What is that acronym? I can't think of it. Paul P. E. Uh oh. Oh, I see what we did there. Let's put the X in Paul. Was that one of your songs? Let's let's let's put the X and sex. It was a song Jean wrote, inspired, but he was like on some kind of follow the X and sex. He was on a beach looking at us as the sun rose, and he's got that poetry in his head. You know what we need to do, like, Lick it up. Put the X back in sex, But I think that was a Paul Stanley tune was it It was, you know, I saw a guy who, um, spilled a drink in the middle of the street. And I said, Hey, why don't you lick that up? Hey, that's very innocent. Right? Uh, you know, um Paul Europe, I think of you as the lead singer of Kiss. Well, of course, because I am but a couple of the biggest hits are not you. Well, rock and roll all night is Jean. That's both of us. Yeah, but he's the Yeah. The good of the you say you don't like the way we can't hear you. Yeah, I do that because I don't have. Isn't that jeans saying Because of the one year sorry to bring that isn't Jean with a yield, like the waiver went all hell, Yeah, that song. Shout it out. Let no, I thought that rock and roll all night. Yeah, that's a huge hit. Beth. Biggest hit ever. Yeah, I believe you wrote what? She wrote it. I did not write it. Peter Criss wrote it because in his original band he was in before we stolen for kids. He had one The guys in the band was dating a woman named Becky and it was called back. And then Jean says, Well, we can't have that because people will think we're thinking about joke back. I think it's better. It's better. What do I gotta say? So that's how Peter Criss because that's the number one song. No, it didn't make number one number two. It was the highest charting kiss song. So so because he wrote it little bit when you write a song. You actually get a lot of the money from it. Yeah, you know, But we also got co writing on that because I might have written a little bit of the guitar riff. I understand. It wasn't just him. But he does have some some rights there. What about Lick it up?.
"avondale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"And it is 76 degrees in Avondale. I'm Jamie West. Arizona is rising real estate and as we continue our coverage of Arizona's rising real estate market, if you want to buy a house in the Valley be ready to spend more a lot more than what you had in mind for buyers. It can be extremely frustrating to have to play the game. Katya is Griselda City. No. Spoke with several Realtors about The bidding wars. Their clients are engaging in to get the homes they want. Because there are so many buyers and not enough inventory of houses, you'll likely have to dish out tens of thousands of extra dollars in Flagstaff. I'm seeing people offering about 5% above asking price. Gary Nelson is a realtor up north. He's also the president elect of the Arizona Association of Realtors and says bidding wars are happening all across the state here in the Valley, Rodney would is seen houses sell for about 10% over asking price. Sometimes it speaks. Because of just a couple of buyers that just don't want to give up. He recently sold several houses for more than $100,000 over asking price. So who's making the big offers? We do have a few more out of state fires. Obama. There are western United States of California. Washington, Oregon. What stresses locals still make up the largest share of buyers, But he worries that as home prices rice, it's becoming harder for the average person to buy a house. Nothing we can do to control that, but not something we like to see home prices in the Phoenix there. You are growing at the fastest rate in the nation, and they happened for nearly a year. Last month, they rose by 20%, according to the leading measure of US home prices. For Nelson, these shows were in historic times. We've not seen this type of a seller's market in our area and throughout the state of Arizona, and even throughout the nation ever before. His advice for buyers have enough earnest money Get prequalified with a local lender have an experience realtor who can help you in a bidding war and stay in your budget would feel Was the same way. We don't want anybody to overspend, and sometimes it's not the right time. But then again, we can't advise people to wait because we don't know when it's going to flatten Griselda City. No, Katie our news. Here's a quick update from detoured in in the Valley Chevy dealers Traffic centre. Alright, let's fly through where the trouble is. We got a wreck on the 16th Street in Missouri intersection. I mentioned last report but several others Surface.
"avondale" Discussed on The Brandon Triche Show
"And those companies as long as they're good solid companies haven't best growth potential. So i stick with textile what specifically you're talking about like zoom amazon like those tech stuff's not like the new. I don a snapchat or something like that. Not familiar enough with snatch. Yeah i mean look amazon. I mean there's a there's some risk out there You know that they consider that the government may consider a monopoly or something like that but man they Got is not talking about necessarily the ethics of the individuals. But the business acumen. They got great leadership Incredible growth projections so yes so amazon apple all microsoft and all these companies. Are i think. Santa continue to do very well google facebook. So what What what do y'all do as wealth managers in regards to the market For people that have money just for people that don't know out there. Yeah so really. Our primary our core competency is financial. Planning it's trying to gather up every somebody's entire breadth of financial resources. How their accounts are laid out in styling standpoint. they're doing from a budgetary standpoint to a retirement contribution business succession planning estate planning tax minimization. it really. That's really our core competency. What's layered on after that is the investing p so just trying to make sure that somebody our goal is to make sure our clients never anada financial resources so we run all kinds of modeling to ensure that We've got an appropriately positioned that they won't run out of there the acids they built up so nobody wants to go broke. Nobody wants to go broncos. I when you're like ninety years old and you can't go go get a job. That's that's true so you go ahead l. Sat your next public. Speaking and death. Running out of financial resources are people's third most troubling thing. They struggle with so the fear of resources. I think fear that too. I don't know if i feel it more than public speaking. I mean even though this is kind of public speaking. I'm looking into a camera. I'm not sitting in front of a room of like three hundred people at the moment public speaking you it very well right well. Is there any other information that you think is really kind of critical in the market out there today. That people should know should understand Going forward with the market and going forward in today's climate well. Yeah it's it's it's my opinion. You know certainly biased to What i believe to be true. But then i'll go back to the idea of investing in companies that are got strong. Revenues are profitable and have great growth. Potential and and people met a lot of money in bitcoin and other things like like that or game stop manipulation of that s. Just that's not for me..
"avondale" Discussed on The Brandon Triche Show
"To your retirement account Especially if you're doing any sort of match by an employer Roth ira is an additional layer and then just the investment simple invest in the s and p five hundred. Just do it at its natural dollar cost. Averaging as soon as you have access sponge put into the snp visited puncher nose down and go to work It is cheap. It is easy to get the five hundred four largest companies in the us. See get your apple. Your walmart Near xandra micro sauce You get that whole basket in its again then calls much Taught to hold that so as before hundred once you got maybe five hundred thousand maybe a million dollars liquidity then maybe search thing the natural professional i think a lot of people do invest in but they actually expect to see higher. Return an like too short short amount of time. But there's also the pay dividends that you can look forward to insert things that right. Yeah yeah that's that's right but every anybody who wants a higher return is going to take on additional risk Brother game stopped earlier. Like comey like game. Stop is worth nothing. It loses four dollars per share at the end of the day. That stock is going to zero dollars. Now the question is who gets left. Tolan bag in the interim So could go from whatever it said two hundred dollars today to four hundred dollars marsh. Sure but at the end of the day it's going to see row so Houston won't be the last one holding back on that i imagine that It's kind of like playing penny stocks. Right that's right so you for us. We look at the ultimate downside risk and the ultimate downside risk is something going to zero Versus a company that may have a lot of volatility. A lot of ups and downs. But at the end of the day you know is going to go up over the course of time so we do like those sorts of stocks. Emily got maybe high volatility as long as they're ultimately going to be salted forever into the future at least as far as we can say we like those sorts of plays because you can get a better growth. Right was what do you. What do you see. The biggest mistakes are In a volatile market that people make like right now. What do you see people doing with their money that you're like. Oh that's a bad decision right now. Like what do you think it is largely. It has to do with With timing but it's fear ingrained same thing that causes mistakes in life it's just amplified in the investing world people Especially individuals when the market starts to go down They start to panic and they exit in the market starts to co go up and they get jubilee. And they start to invest it's exactly opposite of the adage buy.
"avondale" Discussed on The Brandon Triche Show
"I love the The faith-based elementary school. And i just thought it'd be supercooled applicable there. Of course notre dame didn't have the same dream as i did. I wasn't quite at that level to play in a big school so Gone to a major university. That would've been an. Am you take both of them. Awesome awesome schools and said attacks would would've been happy to play there as well but yale was Was was my ended up in my cup of tea or athletic aptitude i. I don't know anything about divisions or schools. Did as going playing at yale. Did you ever get to play against notre dame ever or was that like absolately not sort of thing. They wouldn't railroad enough would've been embarrassing. Would've been hearing from for just like you can move out of the way and let go. I'm not sure by the way they will. Just run right over me offer you. Were talking a little bit about faith. Can you tell me a little bit about your faith as far as like you know what you believe in and your you know your background in faith sure well. I was grew up in a christian household Both my parents are strong believers but really understand how i came to fay in jesus christ as category understand me and my friends and family know that i am one of the most competitive people on on earth and That is my big. Also the biggest san. Because of my competitiveness. I fall prey to pride and ego and there's many many examples but i think One of the best microcosm of it was when i was in. Yes four th younger yogurt. That probably eight years old and doing the swim team and of course you when we were going through swim team. You've put us in those like bikini bottoms feeders. I it was so humiliating. The president but i was doing the all-star swimming and my mother In was packing up my my clothes in the morning and she had thrown and instead of my speedo my brother speedo and while a little bit younger than me yet. A bigger waistline than me so as put these on just slightly too big and loose so the first race in the day i dope into the water the water or and this is one of those incidents and i think we've all experienced it where in it's just a blink of an eye but to the person is happening to his feels like an attorney. I could feel those that speedo sliding down my waist off my left leg my right ankle hanging on and then fly back through the water and in that instant i have an eight year old kid or so i decided not gonna stop save my embarrassment and put back on my speedo or my. Just gonna keep on truckin that sell competitive. I i am was kip ongoing little sheets. What up in down and get your jersey. Somebody bringing sorry the wall. So that's not competitive. I was so fast for that. A couple of years later amid church camp and throughout the the camp We have been doing athletic competitions and As we as we got near the end of the final day..
Chicago Officials Respond To Confusion Over Booking Appointments For Second Doses at United Center
"Doses at the United Center will start being booked automatically today as people get their first shots. There has been confusion about the second doses. Since the mass covert 19 vaccination side open those who've already gotten there first shot will be notified by email or phone call. How to set up their second appointment. Elissa Carmela's lives in the Avondale neighborhood. Any point in this process? Nobody mentioned another appointment. Nobody like tried to book something with me. Nobody Had said, Hey, you're gonna get an email and like 2 to 5 business days or something. There was no mention of a second appointment, and I guess I was just so like frantic and anxious that I just didn't even think that somebody qualifications to get a shot or changing again as well the city and reaching up to those neighborhoods, underserved neighborhoods with those five zip codes, 60% of the United Center slots will temporarily be set aside for those neighborhoods. Illinois administered an average of
3 questions to ask yourself about everything you do
"When i was in high school at the age of seventeen i graduated from high school in. Decatur georgia as valedictorian of my high school. Proud of myself. I was from a low income community. I'd grown up in mississippi. We'd moved from mississippi to georgia so my parents could pursue their degrees as united methodist ministers. We were poor but they didn't think we were poor enough so they were going for permanent poverty. And so while they studied at emory i studied at avondale and i became valedictorian. Well one of the joys of being valedictorian in the state of georgia is that you get invited to meet the governor of georgia. I was mildly interested in meeting him. It was kind of cool. I was more intrigued by the fact that he lived in a mansion. Because i watched a lot of general hospital in dynasty as a child. And so i got up that morning. Ready to go to visit the governor. My mom and my dad are also invited. Got up and we went outside but we didn't get in our car in the south. A car is a necessary thing. We don't have a lot of public transit. There aren't a lot of options. But if you're lucky enough to live in a community where you don't have a car. The only option is public transit. And that's what we had to take and so we got on the bus and we took the bus from decatur. All the way to buckhead where. The governor's mansion sat on this really beautiful acreage of land. These long black gates that ran the length of the property. We get to the governor's mansion. We pulled a lever that lets them know. This is our stop. We get off the bus. My mom my dad. And i walk across the street and we walk up the driveway because their cars coming up cars bringing students from all across the state of georgia. And so we're walking along the side and as we walk single file along the side of my mom and dad's sandwiching to make sure i don't get hit. By one of the cars bringing the other valedictorians. We approached the guard gate and we get to the guard gate. Guard comes out and he looks at me and he looks at my parents and he says you don't belong here. This is a private event. My dad says no. This is my daughter. Stacy she's one of the valedictorians but the guard doesn't look the checklist that's in his hands. He doesn't ask my mom for the invitation. That's at the bottom of her very voluminous purse instead. He looks over our shoulder at the bus because in his mind the buses telling him a story about who should be there and the fact that we were too poor to have our own car. That was a story. He told himself and he may have seen something in my skin. Color may have seen something in my attire. I don't know what went through his mind but his conclusion was to look at me again and with the look of disdain. So i told you this is a private event. You don't belong here now. My parents were studying to become united methodist ministers but they were not pastors yet and so they proceeded to engage this gentleman a very robust discussion of his decision making skills. My father may have mentioned that he was going to spend eternity in a very fiery place. If he didn't find my name on that checklist and indeed. The man checks the checklist eventually and he found my name and he led us inside. But i don't remember meeting the governor of georgia. I don't recall meeting my fellow valedictorians from one hundred and eighty school districts. The only clear memory i have of that day was a man standing in front of the most powerful place in georgia. Looking at me. And telling me i don't belong and so i decided twenty some odd years later to be the person who got to open the gates. Unfortunately you may have read. The rest of the story didn't quite work out that way and now i'm tasked with figuring out how do i move forward because you see i didn't want just open the gates for young black women who had been underestimated and told they don't belong. I wanted to open those gates for latinas for asian americans. I wanted to open those gates for the undocumented and documented. I wanted to open those gates as an ally of lgbtq community. I wanted to open those gates for the families that have to call themselves the victims of gun violence. I wanted to open those gates wide for everyone in georgia because our state and this is our nation and we all belong here. But what i recognize. The first try wasn't enough and my question became. How do i move forward. How do i get beyond the bitterness and the sadness and the lethargy and watching an inordinate amount of television as eat ice cream. What do i do next. And i'm going to do what i've always done. I'm going to move forward because going backwards is an option and standing still is not enough.
Elliott drives from back of the field to first NASCAR title
"Chase Elliott NASCAR's most popular driver came from the back of the field after a pre race inspection penalty to take the checkered flag in the season finale at Phoenix Raceway and drive away with the Cup series championship Elliott led seven times during the race for one hundred and fifty three laps holding off championship for contenders Brad Keselowski Giordano and Denny Hamlin who finished the race second through fourth respectively Keselowski said he was hoping for a caution to bunch up the field give him a shot to take the lead it never came seven time champion Jimmie Johnson ended his NASCAR career with a fifth place finish Jerry Jordan Avondale Arizona
Man With Gunshot Wounds Found Dead In His Bed In Avondale, Chicago
"Fatally shot inside his home in the cities Avondale neighborhood early this morning, Police say the 36 year old man was discovered on his bed by his roommate just before 3 A.m. in the 3500 block of North Hamlin. The man had multiple gunshot wounds, and that's according to police. The roommate says he didn't see anyone come inside the house. No one is in custody, and detectives are investigating. Investigating.
"avondale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"75 degrees in Avondale Corona virus in Arizona. Chances are you're spending more time in zoom calls, then around the water coolers. So if you want to make an impression and work working during the pandemic is a little different, especially for new hires. It's certainly been a different world for those who have started a job with a company and on Lee ever been virtual. But Karen Stafford with the Employers Council says there may be a way to learn the ropes. Being willing Tio come into the office a couple days a week or maybe one week on one week off whatever you and your employer agreed. Tio, if you can work something out with your boss, Stafford says, it'll show initiative and familiarize you with the office. Luke Force ner our news. You can get a quick and free Covad 19 test rapid, reliable testing as partner with the city of Phoenix to offer them until Friday. Rapid reliables Paul Capone says it's drive through testing. We're not doing what we call nasal Fangio. So we're not doing the ones that are really scary to most people. These are very just what we say is like a tickle the notes. The test side is that kingdom of the Valley Church near Peoria and 19th Avenue and avoid lines You can pre register, it are are testing dot com slash phoenix Rain squalls and strong wind from Hurricane Sally lashing the northern Gulf Coast this morning as the category two storm slowly turns its way toward landfall. New Orleans resident 12 Ray Williams says she's prepared basically just secured everything in the backyard. Make sure there's nothing no debris flying around. You know this cleared out some plants that were in pots and put them close up to the house. You know, just trying to keep things clear. Stanley is expected to make landfall late tonight or early tomorrow. Three Nations air signing historic Mideast peace deals.
Man indicted for murder in fatal shooting of woman in Cincinnati
"Women women murdered murdered in in Cincinnati Cincinnati this this year year Page Page Jones Jones was was gunned gunned down down in in Avondale Avondale last last month. month. Even Even the the cities cities in in the the midst midst of of a a terrible terrible period period of of gun gun violence, violence, Prosecutor Prosecutor Jo Jo Deter Deter says says We We can't can't become become numb numb to to it. it. He's announced, say that Joshua Gibson's been indicted for Jones murder is looking at life in prison if convicted Reason spike in gun violence
"avondale" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The low sunny tomorrow with a high of 84 Look for rain to arrive tomorrow night. It is 66 degrees right now. Victim is one of a record number of women murdered in Cincinnati this year Page Jones was gunned down in Avondale last month. Even the cities in the midst of a terrible period of gun violence, Prosecutor Jo Deter says We can't become numb to it. He's announced, say that Joshua Gibson's been indicted for Jones murder is looking at life in prison if convicted Reason spike in gun violence has contributed to an emergency appeal for blood donors in the tristate forthe blood centers in need of O negative blood. They say blood being distributed the local hospitals faster than it can be collected. Profits have tripled Kroger posting sales of more than $30 billion in the second quarter earnings numbers for the grocery store chain based here, so the pandemic has been good for business. CEO Rodney McMullin says they delivered extremely strong results. At the same time, the customers were rediscovering a passion for food at home High School Coach of West Claremont Court date today on charges he had sex with a student on his girls bowling team. Kevin Briggs, a rein on sexual battery charges this morning West Claremont schools say has been placed on administrative leave and has been banned from school property. A statement for the district says they're deeply troubled. And saddened by the news around 17,000 Chiefs fans filed into Arrowhead Stadium for a mast and socially distance start to the NFL season. The Chiefs were on the field during the national anthem while the Houston Texans remained in the locker room with the Texans emerged from the tunnel at the conclusion of the anthem. Please join us in a moment of silence dedicated to the ongoing fight for equality in our country. Then came the booze has heard on NBC. Chief's quarterback Pat Mahomes. After the game. I honestly didn't hear Ah.
"avondale" Discussed on Burn the Haystack
"Hey. So Jesse, we talk a lot about college on this show. Yeah we do and what we actually mean is Avondale. Where we go now bachelor degrees in Ministry and Theology. Yeah, and that's also became buddies. We lived in the dorms we ended the calf walk to class and the sunshine. Those great. It was great. Late night MAC is runs we lead in worship and we also met some of our closest friends they're. Absolutely probably one too many lifetime macaroni. But honestly studied was the best ad with I started to say that this episode is sponsored by Avondale University College call to make a difference. Called to Beethoven, Dale. Tebessa Haystack with Josh and Jesse OP Jesse, and I'm Josh this is all about saving the best and burning the rest absolutely and guess what everybody Special News. You're ready for this Jesse. Pixar. Already. Know the news. Yeah. Yeah. The let's give him the news buddy. This at the time of this recording a few days ago I got to celebrate my first father's..
Atlanta - Waffle House celebrates its 65th birthday
"Anniversary To the Waffle House. House. WSB WSB Cheryl Cheryl Castro Castro reports reports Saturday Saturday was was the the waffle waffle Houses. Houses. 65th 65th birthday. birthday. It It was was Labor Labor Day Day 1955 1955 when when Joe Joe Rogers Rogers debuted the first ever Waffle House restaurant with Avondale Estates neighbor Tom Fortner. Since then, the late night all day breakfast chain has expanded to more than 1900 restaurants nationwide. Serving up more than two billion eggs and 1.8 billion orders of its signature hash browns alignment locations serve about 80,000 customers every day. WS
Pandemic distance learning may deepen inequities in education
"Have have nowhere nowhere safe safe to to learn learn during during the the pandemic. pandemic. The The Avondale Avondale Elementary Elementary School School district district is is opening opening classrooms classrooms to to them them support support staff staff administrators administrators and and teachers teachers will supervise their learning Children who may have difficulty in accessing chi speed. Internet may have difficulty with supervision at home with both parents are working. Superintendent Betsy Hargrove says the learning labs will ensure the students have their own tablets and keep up with their lessons When we Haft. If they had devices at home, a family said Yes, and we found out quickly that they were sharing an iPad. Dr. Hargrove says the students are teaching each other how to stop Cove in 19 Spread. Peter
"avondale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"79 degrees in Avondale. I'm Jamie West Corona virus in Arizona. Athletes in the Valley could be saying goodbye to their upcoming season. The president of the 10 college system of Maricopa Community College is is temporarily suspending athletic programs due to Kobe, 19. Now the college system says they'll hold public forums Tio here from the community. No date or time has been announced. Yet. This comes after an online petition surpasses 5000 signatures. Asking Governor DO C to intervene. Alley Ventnor, R Nu Nu Corona virus cases are surging in states across the South and West 31 states of reporting increases and hospital admissions are growing in 23 states. The rising numbers, prompting Mohr governors to hit the pause button or even reverse reopening California Governor Gavin Newsom ordering bars to shut down in at least seven county Sunday, including Los Angeles. Texas and Florida, going a step further closing them across the state. This as we learn about new clusters of cases, 85 people testing positive for covert 19 in an outbreak linked to a restaurant in Michigan. That's ABC. Is Marcus more coming up on 7 26 years? Detour Dan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Terrific center. We got We got a few freeway problems this morning, but overall, looking pretty good, right? Yeah, we bounced back Really? Well, the record northern on the 17 cleared the wreck on the 60th valve is cleared, but we do have just a couple of brake lights in the downtown East, 9 10 just a patch there from the deck Park Tunnel out to seven Street. It's a 15 minute ride from the 101 into the 51 sock found 17. Also a 15 minute ride from Peoria to the 10 split. Your brake lights are approaching Central Avenue Construction. But really, the rest of this is about your service streams where we have a rollover crash. Morning that has left us with a closure. That's going to be 83rd Avenue at Thomas Try McDole Indian School, 91st Avenue, 75th Avenue. And we've also just picked up a new crash. This is coming in on the eastbound to O to Santana Freeway at cause, but this crash did make it off to the right 16th Street and Roosevelt of New Crash there to this traffic report. All state. If you're driving less, you could be saving more on car insurance. Save money with paper mile insurance from Allstate, Call a local Allstate agent and get a quote Detroit and teach Aaron is our.
"avondale" Discussed on WGN Radio
"In Avondale coming up in February John good seaman Justin just I don't I'm good thanks for being here all right so let's get into this right away the idea of smashed plastic was a come from yes so just like you said before I mean vinyl records have sort of seen a resurgence in the last few years I kind of grew up with vinyl kind of being the big medium of of music for myself so I used to go to a lot of punk shows and independent bands sort of the format was final it was kind of cheaper for them to make it was more substantial than a cassette it was kind of they you know kind of much more substantial than a CD eight at the time and so a lot of the bands that was sort of what they aspire to do was to put on a vinyl single put on vinyl LP and the seven inch son is with a sort of the currency of all that yeah and then for years I was sort of involved with music a little bit and I read a label for awhile too and to realize how difficult it was to do that so a lot of times artists the real big impediment was you know kind of the knowledge of how to do it learn the process trying to find of a pressing plant somewhere you know sort of in the when the internet wasn't as big as it is sort of in its infancy and then all the difficulties that come along with the idea of trying to work with someone remotely try to work some other city in the country to try to communicate you know how you want something to sound how it should arrive to you dealing with shipping dealing with all its record yeah kind of all that stuff and well it reminds you to that Chicago at one point when the method or or the vehicle in which you would listen to your music would be final there were pressing plants here that's no longer the case that's gone by the wayside so you're right if you're Chicago band and you want to press on vinyl for whatever reason either for limited release or for actually put your stuff out that way you got to go somewhere else and that's got a that has to truck of the cost yeah def I not just cost but a lot of weight time right so a lot of the bands that were sort of you know when vinyl sort of got popular this last week even the last whatever it's been five it almost ten years there are a lot of the bands that want to do it we're kind of competing with all sorts of other major labels and other bands in other areas and so not only did it cost a lot of money you have to type your money you had to wait a long time so we were hearing turnaround times of you know sixteen twenty sometimes twenty four weeks in almost six months from the beginning and you get all your art all your music to somebody and then to wait six months into my lot of bands were just rather go on tour they don't like because they have their money tied up right and then if there was delayed on top of that all of a sudden it just made vinyl like you said between being super expensive the delay time sort of all that frustration and then and up is something I was like you said kind of missing the record release show the big joke in Chicago as you go to the recommendation in order to book a you have to write a venue few months out and you often get there there's no there's no record release if we're gonna show what we'll get to the record later right and I owe you the worst thing ever is to see the artist up their China apologize for you know the fans are there to see them and I that was a big thing that was happening for a long time we kind of said you know what that should never really happen in a city like Chicago from your vantage point of running your own record label and understanding the nuts and bolts of the music industry what about that experience made you look at smashed plastic and say you know what this is a niche this new we need to be here because it's because it is a niche business a lot of times it's just people doing something limited release are just almost for the kitchen vent or maybe just putting out seven inches it doesn't seem like a viable business plan yeah that's a good question so actually of my partner and he and my mother partner Matt kind of came up with the idea awhile back and they were sort of kind of teetering between where they should start a record label or you know come of this I did or pressing plant and you know it they talked about it for a while we kind of thought about the idea and I think maybe like maybe six months later somebody kind of found these old presses like old presses from back in the seventies are under somewhere and a whole bunch of people in Chicago are kinda clamoring insane someone to bring that to Chicago and then I sort of got involved in my partner Stephen brought a really great business background to any kind of came up in finance and understood Sir the more operation side of it we all kind of put our heads together and did some research like you said we kind of found that there had been a pressing plant Chicago since like nineteen eighty one or some like that and so just just the idea of same thing with the wrist when vinyl was king there was so much around especially in the Midwest the kind of research and realized there really wasn't anything from it is ours to do because I thought maybe we could do this you know and then I think a big part of it was like just like you said how do we do it can we make is there enough you know business out there is now do you do that kago be because I would assume just based off of the way that the music industry's going as a layman as someone who just maybe read an article here and there that there is no there's no market for it anymore everything is digital everything is going through apple music or Spotify or some like that and all the people who used to work in any other medium our coast so when you go into that world where you see the relics of a world that has been abandoned I mean it's great and it's awesome family bring it up but what what are the business challenges for that well it's interesting because I think it's that pendulum is kind of suede almost you know the exact opposite direction now and I don't even know really what started what's powering it but you'll see you know you see vinyl is the turntables is the final in commercials now for things that have nothing to do with it you see people clamoring and talking about you see final for sale at whole foods or Barnes and noble or wherever people even expect women out there supposedly one of the biggest retailers of vinyl so somehow maybe I think a lot of it is that people got used to the digital music they got used to the Spotify they got used to hearing music but really what some like Spotify your streaming don't even you never or even you know digitally and so I think that that kind of a sweet the opposite direction where people you know artists themselves and it gets a lot of it I think the artist wants to make something that they have the product of an object he wanted to give it to someone I think people of have kind of a re ignited that relationship with the analog everything be on a player recommend put something on the set of just shuffle through you know reams and reams of digital music and so I think you know it's it's almost the opposite now where I think a lot of the independent labels that are out there are some of them are you know would almost prefer to only do vinyl and obviously it's so easy to parts of a deadly he has much further reach but we we work with people now that have you know some of the labels you work with here in Chicago have been kind of chugging along for some of them twenty five almost thirty years they always kind of press the vial they were kind of always on that route in in you know even if the fad sort of dies down in the future that's that's that's where they're going that's what they want to do that it's John of artists here we talk and he's corner smash plastic my guest and download Chicago business I'm fascinated by this because at the end of the day you're absolutely right it's independent record labels that are going to want to press vine all product right third there decided that they want to go in this direction and that there isn't there's a niche audience that is saying enough in the digital world how do you make sure they use you right that's the idea of the from a business conversation to say we are a Midwest we are a Chicago pressing plant there Houston that last one here was nineteen eighty one huge I mean that there are they responding to that on a per se yeah I think and I think that the question is great how do we how do we encourage people to why would they want to do it and I think just like we're talking on the beginning there's there's a lot of pain points for for putting out a vinyl record and I think the biggest pain points like I said when I when I was personally doing it was is all that stuff is communicating with the person that's actually pressing record right there so many problems that can happen before they even do a test pressing that can be knocked out identified and we want to do just that we want invite we do invite artists and labels indoor space they can talk to us they can talk to everything that we do like I said we actually cut a master we actually do a test pressing all that stuff we can find flaws before they even do it and you do it the other way you're sending stuff in the mail you just see I just putting out I thought yeah filling out a file on internet page in Michael's back and you've got across your face comes back right and like you said the worst cases in on the best cases maybe you get a couple that do but not being able to talk to the people identify problems all we want to do the opposite of that like I said the really cool thing is to be you know we bring people in our space every day to actually see the process right it's it's kind of a magical process and when you see your actual music on the press and you actually see the record being made like the other funny thing is we invite you know labels and bands have been making music for twenty years like I said twenty five years almost new we always ask about ninety nine percent of time they say have you guys ever been to record press and they always say no and you know large it's because aren't right Chicago or here in the Midwest almost but all the other has those big pressing plants they they just don't have that they don't have that interest around that time that's a fact yeah it's a practice so we're not trying to make widgets were really trying to bridge that gap with artists are actually getting their own material and think I haven't tell about us here he's a co owner of smashed plastic which is a Chicago pressing plan for vinyl we'll talk more about the process I want to know more about how you make an **** of a piece of vinyl and I think that's awesome we'll talk about that coming up we'll take a quick break here John the bars here Dallin Chicago business featuring smashed plastic tonight on seven twenty WGN road is just a road but a G. P. S. U. V. isn't just an S. U. V. come see.
These Chemists Ditched a Beauty Conglomerate to Blaze Their Own Trail
"Our guest today. It is Chemist Confessions Glory Liu and Victoria Food. They are here hello Welcome thank you for having us. We're so we're excited. We're so pumped to get into the nitty gritty of skin care before we get started. Let us introduce you all to our audience. Gloria and Victoria are to formulate formula chemists. That quickly became close friends being cubicle buddies at a major beauty conglomerate after a few years formulating skin care products. They saw firsthand first-hand that skin-care had become really difficult to navigate and shop for so they started INSTA- blog to share their chemists perspective via transparent skin-care science with some added added silly cartoon doodles and last year. They went on to launch a skincare. Line that embodies their mission of transparent safe and effective skin care and we should note that you have a huge following you. Our beloved revered referred to often when we yam on about skincare and you invoked yes and we're just so thrilled to have you both here to talk to us today. Thanks for having me really words awards. Crasher set you up there Aria sweat. We've before we kind of launch into do the many listener questions received for you. We would love to just hear the origin story of your lives. Together pre chemists confessions agents and then how you got started working together stable. I guess I'll go first. I'm Victoria by the way. So they know would voice but I guess I had no idea I was actually going to go into the beauty industry. I studied chemical engineering in college and actually my road was starting to push me towards Pharma. I was doing I guess a Master's thesis in like Nanno Medicine And I was looking at the career track of Pharma and was realizing realizing this is really not for me. Because Pharma's high pressure long project timelines and it was just I don't think ultimately I really love that avondale and so I just luckily enough. My research was actually an acne research so so it kind of just led me to think. Oh it would be fun to work for a beauty company specifically skincare. And that's how I ended up actually landing ending chemists position at
Hamlin races way into championship field with Phoenix win
"Denny Hamlin was in a must win scenario heading into the penultimate NASCAR championship race this weekend and he went out and did what he had to do holding office teammate Kyle Busch Busch advances on points and the win puts Hamlin in the finale with Kevin Harvick and Martin tricks junior in Miami I don't need validation of a championship I think that you know outside world feels like I need that to to validate my status the odd man out we're joined the gun okay who was in the payment didn't win thanks now I don't know how does the way I know you put a number two I don't know it it hurts it's a it's not what you you fight all year for Ryan Blaney chase Elliott in call Larson also failed to make the show Jerry Jordan Avondale Arizona
"avondale" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Earlier this week one in Avondale woman was sitting in her living room was struck and killed by an outside bowler now the latest traffic and weather together just have a look at the traffic cameras the certainly Thursday morning and no problems to get your way or accidents on the freeways but if you do see an accident for two one six three nine seven album his forecast from the advanced dentistry weather center we moving your fear of seeing the dentist with the help of IV sedation learn more at no fear dentist dot com in the forecast it's fair skies in a touch of Paul gives possible toward daybreak a morning low of seventy one degrees now the rest of our Thursday mostly sunny humid my high of ninety two but it's going to feel like mid nineties times in the afternoon at night partly cloudy lows again in the seventies looks like a chance of rain Friday afternoon from your severe weather station on nine first warning chief meteorologist Steve Raleigh newsradio seven hundred W. L. W. radar is clear seventy four news a service a progressive insurance an update on the brick Skyler Richard sing case with seven hundred sandy columns Skyler Richardson's brother Jackson on the witness stand for his sister now eighteen year olds bedroom shares a wall with Skyler and he was close enough to hear how she struggled with her eating disorder saying she purge every evening I noticed partner eating disorders and she had it I hate to hear it but I never one talked about and make her feel bad about it I just want her to be happy so I would just either turn the TV up listening music BSA by then just block it out the region testified scanners baby died from a caloric deficiency in was stillborn sandy Collins newsradio seven hundred W. audibly Sirius teacher shortage in the state of Kentucky continues more from seven hundred Taylor Hanson. Jackie superintendents took to Frankfort to ask state lawmakers to help them recruit more educators Robbie Fletcher is the superintendent of Lawrence county school fifteen twenty years ago for elementary a typical elementary position we may have up to twenty applicants by post a position in the summer for elementary education I'm make blessed to get two or three the result is fewer class offerings which teachers worry will affect Kentucky's work force an economy down the road. said the DC where president Donald Trump delaying the next round of tariffs on China in.
15-year-old killed in Sunday shooting in Cincinnati
"Now Cincinnati police continue their investigation after a shooting in Avondale it happened yesterday police were sent to the thirty seven hundred block of reading road once on scene police telling channel twelve they located two victims and several shell casings calories five shell casings but I don't know if there were more far than that or not well as you can see it's not on any normal day so heavily trafficked area so we're hoping that someone will be able to tell us something help us solve this senseless violence one victim pronounced dead at the scene identified as fifteen year old Keeshan banks we don't do something different
"avondale" Discussed on KTOK
"Like that movie White Christmas and I cry thinking about that also I highly encourage you you can see footage of that event online and if you don't cry you might be a robot it's quite moving and it is really lovely but helps time with the U. S. continued after those Kennedy center honors his last overseas tour was during the Persian Gulf War in nineteen ninety at that point he was eighty seven and while his energy had always outpaced almost everyone he worked with everyone talked about how like they didn't know how he kept going he was just as machine he basically we just take cat naps and run on adrenaline for days and days and days but those techniques at the age of eighty seven we're not really working they were not quite enough to keep him from slowing down a little bit and this is especially true because he continued to always at impromptu performances he was two hours to make sure he reaches many military personnel as possible so for all of hoops work with the troops over fifty years of traveling to dangerous and remote locations just to bring some laughs or some comfort he was given so many honors and we're going to take three to just a few of them so in nineteen sixty eight he was given the sylvanus Thayer award at the U. S. military academy at west point president Lyndon B. Johnson awarded him the presidential medal of freedom in nineteen sixty nine in nineteen seventy one he received the department of defense medal for distinguished public service in nineteen ninety seven Congress named him an honorary veteran ninety seven was big for him as you will see because also in nineteen ninety seven the U. S. Air Force named a Boeing C. seventeen Globemaster three the spirit of Bob Hope and one more thing from nineteen ninety seven the US navy named the C. A. K. R. three hundred cargo ship the U. S. and S. Bob Hope and not ship incidentally was constructed here in New Orleans by Avondale industries it is really really sort of astonishing odd to think about all of the work that Bob Hope did with the U. S. so and then consider as I mentioned before that those efforts were all in addition to a very full career as an entertainer and it is impossible to know like I said how many thousands of performances he gave for troops because there were so many done on the fly that we will probably never know about some answers fuse two or three guys at a time and in a way he was inventing a lot of things that are standard elements of comedy today and a lot of that was tied in to his work with the troops while working in vaudeville he had developed a really rapid fire style of telling jokes that he honed in these early you SO towards essentially developing stand up comedy yeah prior to that I mean you guys have seen vaudeville stuff where it's like we tell the joke and we wait for the last and he never waited for the laugh he would just keep rolling into the next joke which is a completely new way of approaching telling jokes and as he moved into TV he did this unique thing because he knew he did not want to deal with the kind of grueling schedule that a a weekly show would entail so instead he kind of borrowed that idea that was born in Berlin in nineteen forty when he did his Christmas show for the troops he essentially created the idea of a comedy special which is a huge part of the comedy industry today so in the introduction to one of the books that Holly read while preparing for the show Bob Hope back a Bob Hope biographer wrote the following about his long term work with the USA when it seems like a really good way to close this out he wrote all this had a careerist acid aspect of course hope sincerely love entertaining the troops and it fed the.
"avondale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"R. news now it's one thirty I'm Bob McLean here's our top story happening now about three thousand homes and businesses are without power right now in the West Valley the electricity was reported out in pockets of Avondale between interstate ten and southern Avenue in the areas of Avondale Boulevard it L. barrage road Salt River project says on its website that it's looking for the cause of the outages and expect power to be restored by two fifteen meanwhile there is on public service company has agreed to answer questions from the Arizona corporation commission about its disconnection roles C. E. O. don Brandt says he will appear to Wincer sixty seven questions that the commission has sent him included are questions about the death of a seventy two year old woman after service was disconnected over her down payment of a fifty one dollar bill APS as to whether customers have died after their service was disconnected not time to get a check on traffic here's Larry Lewis live from the valley seventy loose traffic center for Bob we've got crash right now the three oh three southbound it's gonna be right around the low mountain parkway watch for potential delays in the area there than a stalled vehicle reported seventeen north bound near seventh street now as far as that crash north the Wickenburg in ninety three southbound wreck we had your state route eighty nine it looks like we've got just the right lane blocked leveling spec in business this is right near milepost one ninety four this report sponsored by truly Nolan pest control yes are hard to get rid of on your own get fifty dollars off pest control when you schedule a free inspection.
Baltimore, Seven Four Nine Seven Thousand Pound And One Month discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"The Baltimore sun ran a scathing editorial about the present but they said in a report from twenty seventeen the ball Baltimore sun quote anyone who took a walk around this neighborhood you think you're in it and a third world country that's the Baltimore sun and The Washington Post a larger Cummings is been the number one politician in Baltimore for decades what is he accomplished what has he done other than talk about the problem in Cincinnati the prosecutor says call out the National Guard twenty killed in one month nineteen black one white killed in one month and now everyone is outraged Cranley is outraged county commissioners are outraged Democratic Party is outraged well who's been a judge in Cincinnati for the past fifty years so these communities is a dysfunctional who's in charge the liberals Baltimore is the worst run city in America well the mayor of the most recent mail the Catherine Pugh you just heard was chase from office had been indictment for for fraud and bribery in office now the next allegation by the president is a Baltimore is infested with rats and roads one of the residents say the B. B. C. found quote residents have said that they live in rat infested neighborhoods regardless of what you do as a person living here there are roaches and mice an epidemic of bed bugs on quote I went to the mayor herself say rotting carcasses you smell that look at those rats that's the mayor next allegation is about the rats according to Orkin pest control Baltimore is one of the most rat infested cities in America the pest control company ranks Baltimore number six on the list the other Fiverr worst places like Memphis by the way also control of the Democratic Party the allegation of the presidents of filthy mess and that's true yeah I read to you three or four sentences from the Baltimore sun editorial board last year about Baltimore Baltimore sun quote food containers all up close paper but man appeals plastic bags and tons of garbage littering the shoulders of roads pile up in alleyways and are strewn across fields and yards not only is it unsightly and contribute to a rodent problem here in Baltimore but it can create a glom in a gloomy feeling it's at a time when the city is already facing self esteem issues because of high crime and the scandal surrounding university of Maryland medical system and merit Catherine Pugh who's now on indefinite leave enter healthy holiday books if anything this city needs a major scrubbing to help restore some of its freight than ME John quote that's from the editorial board of the Baltimore sun so when the president says the same things the Baltimore sun says the president is trashed and lastly when you get your reaction seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred a new eighteen T. Leslie isn't said Baltimore is dangerous Baltimore according to USA today well there's another conservative publication USA today Baltimore is deadlier than Chicago and Detroit according to crime statistics released by the FBI had the highest homicide rate in the nation and twenty eighteen it's dangerous for the residents the great majority home one is simple life lead in a good way but USA today says the Baltimore has more crime than Chicago and Detroit gun violence are chives dot org archives dot org reports of Baltimore was responsible for more than half the incidents involving guns and the state of Maryland that that's fifty five percent of the guns when they're twelve percent of the population and in Baltimore more than half of the murders are run solved the truth is what's happening in Baltimore has nothing to do with race everything to do with politics and inept democratic lawmakers who have turned their backs on their own people and want to blame others for their behavior can you smell what I'm cooking these are the facts and in Cincinnati according to the federal government they have three zip codes what you're in criminal crisis not being over the Rhine price hill in Avondale according to not United States government an Obama administration said exactly the same thing so is this a shock to the media these clubs I've played or available online why would the mainstream media play the clips of mayor Catherine Pugh how to touring these areas last year before she resigned saying exactly the same things but trump said why would the Baltimore sun editorial board revisit its editorial just seven months ago saying exactly the same thing the president says because the truth doesn't matter it's sink the Bismarck it is saying drop at all cost he is called a races for pointing out the same things that the African American Marable Baltimore I said the same kind of things that Bernie Sanders is said and he was applauded by city officials standing behind Bernie Sanders what am I missing here Meyer waves are yours we have Jane first coming up and many others seven four nine seven thousand pound seven hundred a new eighteen T. the democratic party's policies have collapsed living in urban areas for African American folks who deserve so much better twelve fifty six how may your Reds playing tonight against Pittsburgh all news radio seven hundred W. out of the seven hundred WLW
"avondale" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The phones the weighing in Avondale good morning rain good morning Brian ours are very fine thank you I I have a quick question we were just out recently at your southern store saw some beautiful twenty four inch box bikers columns and up would like to have a spot in the yard we want to put it but it's only about are going to be about a dozen feet from an in ground pool I I've read it to rich can really be invasive as they get richer you know they're really not too big a problem here in the valley as they are in southern California Florida because of our dryer climate here we don't really have as much problem with surface reading so if you haven't do you have an above ground floor he said you know to it in groundswell in ground pool the absolutely no risk whatsoever because if they don't the only way they're gonna have a water supply with the in ground pools for the week and if the like I got a bigger problem than those trees but the biggest problem with having ficus close to you know pool like that is going to be the letter in the shedding so they would they are going to shed a fair bit have some weather so if you're gonna grow into a large tree you know you can get quite a bit a letter from them but aside from that they would work well that's great I have an area in the yard I suspect is getting another is getting out of a back flow from the pool I I that's why I think it's happening burn right is would that be a problem for a tree or something in there is that going to be no it shouldn't be a problem you know usually just a good way to use of the water you want to be clear you can't have a salt water pool you know with Elektra Nader that basically makes chlorine from salt okay but if you have a standard pool at a Korean the Korean goes away with a yeah the sunlight anyway and that's why I wrote that inquiry into our pools in the water though out it's a little salty your because of evaporation and be fine that's fantastic I appreciate Sir have a great day thanks when you thank you bye mark out Apache junction good morning mark good morning good morning how are you this morning mark just fine I'm up before the chickens well it's a good time to be at this time of year because it's a well course last couple boards is even warm then yeah it finally came it did I have short questions about non native trees and I plan similar to a oleander in size that put out eight excessive amount of seed pods I was told by a utility representatives mera pose it tree I believe it was that grows as for the month believe it or not and it puts out it's not native okay tropical it's it's drought and freeze resistant in in addition to the shrubs size planned I have excessive seed pods similar to an old Gander insights mark is it like a yellow oleander that yellow flowers yes yeah so that's a really fast growing plant like you say very drought tolerant easy to grow here and can you I'm sorry I'm on a cell connection can you give me that name again for the tree or the yeah Anderson well it is called the common name is yellow oleander and the name that the botanical name is to V. should be with a T. T. H. E. V. which which which is the oleander size not the jury well it's it's the same it is often triggers this robin can be kept the three or four or five feet or sometimes grow to twenty feet this depends I can only enter how you care for it I have both I have a treat type which can get up to a one foot trunk on it twenty five foot plus but the shrubs which can get as big as an oleander puts out a massive amount of seed pods sometimes twice a year well they they have the seeds you know flowers and seeds now the other name for it's a lucky not solely we're talking about a has a C. that's about though old little bigger than a quarter is that the seed you see in the Padres elongated that's something different it's a pipe to fight it they put him out in bunches there are five to seven inches long with twelve dozens seeds inside the park Stan Lee and then they drop when they dry they're everywhere they want to make friends okay so I that sounds more like an acacia.
Measles outbreak: Officials urge residents to get vaccinated
"You. Mandatory measles, vaccinations, have an ordered for people living in parts of Brooklyn, New York. That's the order of New York City mayor Bill de Blasio, and it was prompted by a measles outbreak in some ultra orthodox Jewish communities. Their vaccination rates are low in those communities and an anti vaccination movement is spreading their requiring vaccines is a rare public health move. But there is a precedent during a nineteen Ninety-one outbreak in Philadelphia city officials mandated vaccinations for children against their parents will Dr Paul off at tweeted children during that outbreak. He's director of the vaccine education center at children's hospital of Philadelphia, and he joins us to talk about experienced Dr off at welcome. Thank you in New York, mayor de Blasio has said anyone who doesn't comply will be fined. But he hasn't said that people will be forced to get an injection or take a pill in Philadelphia was anyone actually forced to be vaccinated. Yes. There's a distinction between. Tori, vaccination compulsory vaccination with the Blasios asking for his mandatory vaccination, which is to say get a vaccine if you don't get it, then you'll pay some sort of societal price who may have to pay a fine or something like that here in Philadelphia had compulsory vaccination, which is your child gotta vaccine whether you want your child to get a vaccine or not it was a court order, and how did Philadelphia get to that point. Well, we in that several month period and early nineteen ninety one we had one thousand four hundred cases of measles and nine deaths. It was a major parents were scared to death in the city, the city became a fear destination. It was a nightmare. You were treating children who came to the hospital with measles. What condition where those kids in? Well, typically went when you you're hospitals with because you have severe pneumonia caused by the virus or you have a bacterial super infection that was set up by the virus. When it infected your lungs or you have severe dehydration. Those were generally the reasons children came into the hospital. So they were these kids were in tough shape. This was the point where actually they were compelled to. Come in this epidemic. Senate onto fundamentalist churches faith on first century gospel, which were faith healing churches. So it wasn't just that they didn't immunize. They also didn't choose medical care. And so they they often let their children get very sick before. Frankly, they were compelled by law to bring them to the hospital. What did their parents tell you about why they hadn't vaccinated their children? They were profoundly of the belief that Jesus would protect their children than they said Jesus with our daughter. And did they also believe that vaccines could cause their kids harm? They skeptical about them in other ways. I think they were skeptical of modern medicine period. They saw modern medicine as an active man, they saw on Jesus as someone who could protect their child independent of whether or not man intervened in Philadelphia. When those mandatory vaccines were ordered were there any legal challenges to them? Yes. The pastor of the faith Avondale attractively did chance that because frankly what he was doing. It was perfectly legal. We had had a religious exemption the vaccination on the book for ten years. There was nothing. He was doing was legal and. So he asked the American Civil Liberties union to represent him. But the ACLU was unwilling to take the case they said, basically, while they believe that you are at liberty tomorrow yourself to your religion, you're not at liberty tomorrow your child to your religion. So they didn't take the case given the fears that many people out there have about vaccines. Do you have any qualms or concerns about mandatory vaccinations? No, I think that we're those fears well-founded sure, I could could understand it. I mean, if accedes 'cause what they fear vaccines cause like chronic diseases like autism or diabetes and multiple sclerosis. Our attention deficit hyperactivity assure but axes don't cause that so they're making bad decisions based on bad information. That's putting their children and other children risk. I mean at some point somebody has to stand up for these children to take us back to present day. Is there anything you think was learned from the Philadelphia experience that could be applied to New York City today. Only just how bad it can get. I guess I just think we invariably fail to learn from history. Which is why occasionally were condemned to repeat it. I mean, do we really need to learn that measles is potentially fatal infection. Do we need to learn that before there was a measles vaccine five hundred people died every year in this country. Most of them are children forty eight thousand people were hospitalized that we really need to keep learning that lesson. We eliminated measles from this country near two thousand and I think not only do we largely eliminate that virus. I think we eliminated the memory of that fires people don't remember how sick it can make you, and that's why think they can be so cavalier about these kinds of
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"Avondale a pedestrian is listed in serious condition. After being struck by car Friday night, just before seven o'clock near Kroger and Somerset apartments police are now looking for the vehicle which fled. It's a four door car either white or gray in color likely with significant front end damn front end damage. The suspect dry suspected driver is described as a young white man with short Brown hair. If you can help your ass to call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty. Meanwhile, a woman is dead after a crash Friday morning in Fairfield police say that if the year old Francisco Cruz Raimondo was a passenger in the car slid into oncoming traffic police say her underage son was the driver. The crash is still under investigation twelve Russian track and field athletes, including a two thousand twelve Olympic champion have been found guilty of doping evidence. That's emerged that shows. Russia ran a state-backed doping scheme for several years has now been used to prove twelve new cases of cheating, including by yougov. The twenty twelve Olympic high jump champion yougov has been disqualified from the twenty twelve games after the study mandated by the world anti doping agency. And an American silver medallists Eric could be upgraded to the two thousand twelve goals. You cough has been given a four year ban the Russian athletes can file appeals Linda Lopez ABC news, News Radio seven hundred w sports in college basketball action last night. It was UP I defeating the N K U Norris eighty three to seventy seven tonight. It's SMU meeting. The Cincinnati Bearcats at fifth third arena..
Russia pushing for US release of suspected agent
"Rain moving southeast across the tri-state it is sixty six degrees right now Avondale man was shot while working on his car Saturday afternoon Andro into the thirty six hundred block of fine street and Sean at someone else and ended up. Hitting the vehicle and the victim rather. In the leg and the hip he was taking a UC medical center, if you can help police find the shooter call crime stoppers at three five to thirty forty Moscow is pushing for the release, of a woman in US custody on. Charges of. Being a Russian agent Russia's foreign ministry says it Syrah gay Lavrov called for Maria Boutin ass-. Release in. A phone call to his counterpart secretary of state Mike Pompeo. The Kremlin believes that boot Tina was arrested on fabricated charges a federal judge ordered the twenty nine year old, woman jailed pending trial after prosecutors called, her a flight risk a tweet by the Russian foreign ministry, urged. Supporters to add a photo of Boutin to their Twitter avatar some reds of the past are honored this weekend at great American ballpark gave Bristol manage for the reds in the minors, from the late nineteen fifty s to the mid nineteen sixties and he. Managed the reds from nineteen sixty six to nineteen sixty nine he thanked those who played for him Real reason I'm here is a bunch of those guys sitting over with a red jacket on Fred Norman who started for the big red machine from nineteen, seventy three to nineteen Seventy-nine is glad he was on the same team. Look over there everybody knows red it It was just incredible be able to pitch whether instead of Gunston Adam Dunn whose ratio of one Homer for about every fourteen bats ranked number one in reds history. Says he could. Thank people all. Night I'm not going to do that we want. To watch baseball game tonight, so, I, appreciate everyone thank you for. Coming out and go get him Matt Reese News Radio seven hundred. Wwl w here's a reds update for the second night in a row the pirates, beat, the reds six two two was your final score they wrap up their series today and our..
Jeff Flake, Chris Coons propose resolution to back US over Russia
"Of an isolated evening storm expected another day of breezes with occasional gusty. Or twenty five miles an hour humidity drops starting Sunday but it's. Getting hotter, highs end, up between, one ten and one fifteen through early next week I'm ABC thirteen meteorologist Irish CEO at seven thirty two it's eighty five degrees in Avondale a Republican Senator from, Arizona has teamed up with the democrat. To try to force a vote to support the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia did interfere in the 2016 election Republican Senator, Jeff flake democratic Senator. Chris coons will make the case. For their resolution that backs the intelligence. Communities assessment that Russia meddled in the two thousand sixteen. Election the resolution is non binding and also offers a port for the Justice Department's investigation. Into Russia's election interference the resolution. Was introduced after the president summit with Russian. President. Vladimir Putin but it's unclear if a vote on the. Resolution will actually happen, Arlette signs ABC news Capitol. Hill, a former advisor. To President Trump is weighing Being in x. homeland security advisor Tom Bossert says Americans need to be aware of cyber Madeline think it's time for the country to wake, up and realize that, we are in an ongoing low-intensity conflict with multiple nations in San Bossert says Russian meddling is. An attempt to create dischord any road faith, in US. Democratic institutions KTAR is education park. University is opening a campus in downtown Gilbert this fall it will offer a variety of undergraduate and graduate degrees including business education and healthcare Jeff Erlich with parking adversity says they have, a unique, way of. Offering classes we look at these hybrid classes where it might be that you come to class every third time and the other two. Times online groups the first semester starts in October park university already has two campuses in Arizona fewer, babies. Are being born in Arizona our state is half the largest drops in. Births than any other state in the past ten years down twenty. Percent from, one hundred, three thousand, in two thousand seven to just over eighty Eight thousand last year The recession families perceive that the resources needed to support having children was a little bit less secure university of. Arizona college. Of medicine Phoenix, Dr Michael Foley says the immigration, debate played a role delayed women of childbearing age from crossing over from Mexico and having. More and, more children another factor there's an improved sex education. Availability of birth control he says the lower birth rate could, cause a future problem and we're going to have less people help support our baby boomer population which are gonna require by national support from, the social security size and we're gonna have left people contributing to it, because the populations folly Bob McClay KTAR news, loose hospital in timpee no longer offers labor delivery or postpartum services saying they've seen a huge. Drop in baby care All right heads up if. You. Find yourself.
Arizona felon indicted for eight murders in Phoenix area
"In the lobby of the police station near fifty nine th avenue and glendale livingston was shocked by the forty four year old suspects steven queued ac who is wanted by the glendale police fugitive task force detective team for a long history of violent crimes as well as running from police hewed acquis shot and killed during the attempted arrest alley that near ktar news and alleged serial killer has been formally charged with eight murders in the valley 35yearold cleophas cooksey junior was arrested in december for allegedly killing his mom and stepfather police believe he is responsible for a total of nine murders but he's only been charged with eight the deaths occurred from late november until middecember in phoenix glendale and avondale investigators say cooksey is linked to the killings through ballistic evidence he previously pleaded not guilty ashley flood ktar news says in trumpism budging on his call for international tariffs on aluminum and steel imports but he's open to the possibility of exempting canada and mexico if they agree to renegotiate nafta arizona chamber of commerce president glenn hammer is very much at odds with the president on this one kobe quickly the pro could have two pod keurigs until mexico and canada thumped played a go into putter to them as opposed to going at the route two worth were which is try to hammer once congress pass legislation to make sure that the president cannot exit nafta without a vote of congress something stinks in the far west valley and residents been complaining about it for the past year and a half many blame hickman's farms but timothy franquist director of the arizona department of environmental quality says other animal feed operations any refuse transfer facility could also be playing apart so now a a d e q is test in the air we don't have the ability to describe a single thor but what does will allow us to do is determine if we have a potential issue or not in the area they will be monitoring from monja and hydrosulfide which comes rotten eggs the also test to see whether the annoying smells just a new sense an actual public health issue lot of people are to stuffed up to smell anything right now you dealing with allergies or sinus infection doctor devon.