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"bill brown" Discussed on Bet The Board
"Quarterbacks in nfl game interestingly enough pain when you look at how things have gone since the merger teams to get swept by an opponent during the regular season or just seven and fourteen when facing that opponent in the playoffs. Ten and eleven against the spread record so straight up a little bit more substantial than what we see from a point spread standpoint. The last team get swept in the regular season but then go on to beat that same opponent in the playoffs is back in. Two thousand seven the giants. They were swept by the cowboys before they beat him in the divisional round in route to winning the super bowl against tom. Brady's patriots it. All comes full circle when you look at the box. Currently on a five game winning streak average margin of victory more than sixteen points. We know about their two losses to the saints. Your first appearance in the divisional round since two thousand two meanwhile the saints five straight up and it gets spread the last five games versus the box every single one of those victories has come by a touchdown or more when we look at this box offense. A new identity. Antonio brown has clearly integrated himself seamlessly into what tampa wants to do against the saints. Defense is more of the same in terms of what we saw that fateful sunday night or tampa bridge the gap and muster a little bit more of a challenger. Having a tough time with this game. You that's putting a mildly. I've gone through it. I mean we know the initial move came on tampa plus four plus three and a half plus force. We can get that out of the way. I feel i mean i look very sharp by the way i look at it and go these two offenses. They're not quite muir images of one another but we know what they're both capable of doing so for me it's team is going to be able to create that turnover in the saints. Defensively have clearly been the better of the two units. But you do wonder can. They provide different wrinkles versus what they show. Tom brady thirty two thrashing. Interesting here is the number. Seems like it's getting pretty good two-way action three. I didn't hear what john said. But that's just kind of the violator. Very he said that was his number. He said three was the perfect number there. He was getting great two way on this particular game. So as you alluded to very sharp money on the bucks at four and now you hear some debates this week in the guys that i am speaking with the guys that like tamper saying well. Tampa was lying four back in their previous meeting. How can they be getting for here. And i guess if you like tampa that's the way you think about it. But i wonder if perception wise and we can get into both sides of the ball on a minute here but perception wise. Was there a hotter team in the nfl. Was there a a a team that had more praise being heaped upon it at the start of the season tampa bay. No now not one. I mean their stock at peak before the season started. And so now that first game in new orleans back in week one regardless of what happened on the field thing about just the market and the number saints closed five and a half. There were steam on game day on the saints and so i think tampa's perception heading into the season. Despite their improvements the last few weeks offensively is higher than than it is now. It's interesting to play the lion game here. If you like tampa you're you're saying of their tampa was laying four in the second meeting. How could they be getting for here. I'll be the beginning even three here but the other side who likes saints sang while the perception of tampa is certainly lessened. Since the beginning of the season i would say it's pretty neutral on the saints and yet that game closed five and a half. Now i can lay three here so it's really interesting. That numbers game in terms of the bucks offense. That's really. I think were some of the nor call it hype is coming in. But certainly some of their improvements because the defensive side hasn't improved. It's actually gotten worse but two of the larger things for me when i look at the bucks offense in. They're both pretty simple. Tam gotta protect tom brady. That's first and foremost week. One when tampa. Outgained the saints in new orleans brady was only pressure on thirty one. Percent of dropbacks is a fairly normal rate week. Nine though against new orleans brady was pressured. Fifty four percent of the time brady had nowhere to go now. Allie market was out in the second meeting. I think a lot of our listeners know how much i like that guy very few interior linemen. Get praise on this podcast. He's one of them. But this time alex cap is going to be out along the bucks align they did some transitioning in game were ted larsen came in as a center in the washington game and they move jensen over to guard their starting. Someone completely different this week. You also have to wonder if we're going to see gronk effectively. Become a six lineman of sorts to help keep brady clean. Everyone knows in his prime right with a great pass. Catcher was but he was an elite blocker and that is still his best attribute at this point his career in last week. If you look the washington game gronk was vital. Like he was helping in protection. He was chipping on chase. Young in montas sweat gronk only ran a route on eighteen of fifty five offensive snaps. He was helping block on sixty eight percent of the snap. So i think we're gonna see that as well here from gronk. We know tom brady. Obviously doesn't love pressure quarterback does but it's important because tampa also love hunting. The deep shop. Fifteen percent of brady's passes this season or twenty or more yards downfield. A lot of those are designed off of play action. So you need time to execute that type of play braise. Averaging ten point two yards per pass attempt when using play action. Three point two yards more than the traditional pass. So you could see a situation.
"bill brown" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"School is kind of afraid but goes up the cliff. The play chestnuts game and death and death is beating him at chess. Pretty bad and then He starts death. Starts last night only goes. How do you think you could ever beaten chest. When i tell men when they can live when they can die and eric looks at them and then he looks at his father and he looks at sony goes. That's bullshit he says you see my father. He lives on through remains. You said you see my son. I live on flew him and that really frustrated chest death. Pretty bad head got messed up and all of a sudden. He's making bad. Moves in a chess. Game and eric wint. So that's in a way. That's how i kind of look at it. Like my example in life i list you know i hope it passes off to my no my son and my daughter one of the things i really loved about this year swim as we stood up for men and women in law enforcement when everybody else was given we give them love. We all had short said. Nypd j. p. You know every interview ideal fox. I made sure. I gave up to law enforcement showed it a lot of the other chills so i really like it. You know like When men when good men women stand up for what's right like i think that's a great example. I hope bomb. No i hope in some way somehow at the through my family lineages. My bloodline hope. That comes back as i can tell you stories from my grandfather. My you know my grandfather's because both of my grandfathers were veteran. My dad bill brandon veteran. I'm a veteran. Have a big impacted. Me and i can only hope in some ways that some lessons in my life. Resonate with some of my. You know my family. You know very well said billing you know. Thank you for your service. And i'm very supportive of our law enforcement. And i don't think we've really stand a chance without you without them so always grateful for your sacrifice for your service and and the last thing i want would hear bill. You may have touched on a little bit as we went along. Buddy i love to ask on the podcast. What type of advice do you have that new dad or for that about to be father. Who's out there listening. Hey don't worry that you don't know everything main thing you god is love and let that guide you 'cause that ain't gonna steer you wrong if you got love you the best you can of the rx. Yeah very well said. I love the message. There's been an honor for me. I gotta say bill brown your first last father all the way. You should time here up. First-class fatherhood honored to be with you. Thank you back to wrap things up here. I play fatherhood. I gotta give a special. Thank you once again to bill brown for giving me a few minutes of his time here. It was such an honor. Please send me up on twitter guys on instagram. Let me thought about today's episode of always loved to read the feedback and again. If you enjoy my interview with the navy seal dads these go back. Through the archives of the show there is a treasure trove of interviews. That i've done with the frogman. I really have such high respect for all of our military members. There's also my interviews near with green berets like tim kennedy. Army rangers like sean parnell. You'll find a lot of military interviews. If you go through the archives of the podcast make sure you lock it into my instagram account. At alex underscore as to find out which. Dad's be joining me. Your next we got some real bangers next week. Don't miss out on that. That's all. I got you guys today. I'm allegories thanks to listen to the first blast five hundred. Please remember guys. We are not babysitters we have fathers. And we're not just fathers first-class fathers some time is..
"bill brown" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Underwear today. Yeah good stuff bell. What would you say about discipline. What type of disciplinary are you as a dad and is that different than the discipline style that you grew up with when i was sealed for like bursts six years of my son's life. I was never there. You know and then when i when i when i came back and and got out my transistor was was a little tough when i think a lot of guys top two and i think maybe i was a little too tough on my son and i look back at it now. Like if i could rewind the clock it was like i'd be a little more laid back you know and it's kind of funny. You learn about being a father. Like i think with my daughter. I'm actually a lot better father now than when i was with my son because i went through the process kind of i think there's times where you got it. You gotta be a disciplinarian like you got to say. Well look you making a big mistake. Likes this acceptable. Like that's as part of your job to think. I did a roy. Good job about how my son when he was in high school like staying on his great everyday checking his grades online when he was messing up saying. Hey what's going on. How come just assignments. Not darren dana. What happened on his status. Like he knew i was there you know and i think that was really good. I was good on that. I think one of the things. I could've done a little better. He had some friends that not bad guys necessarily but whenever together they were making a lot of bats citizens and kind of put himself in high risk situations. And i think maybe i could have a little more finesse. When i trying to distance those relationships i think So yeah i think. I think maybe maybe i'm getting a little more older. Or maybe i've been i've you know i was kinda through the process a little bit but i think what's my daughter little more laid back and i'm a little more persuasive than When when i was with my son. So i think being a father you learn man you learn you know and e learning your your dad's and it's kind of funny you think with a kid that you know you think where the kid that you're gonna be steering shifts what it's really not the case you think you have so much control and at the you know and and the end like right now. I'm kind of like a coats with my son. You know. I'm a coach yet. Good stuff When you're doing the swim there. I always see you wearing your your cross. There is your faith a big part of your life. And how did kind of your face come into into play in your parenting I of look at Gte's christ to gave you know. He gave his life not others and i And and that type of love and that type of sacrifice needs a lot to me. And so i wear that that that cross the kind of helped me realize that love and sacrifice go together and just a reminder that Kind of helped ground me out. I can tell you the truth. No you know. I make mistakes like any any man but i i try to. I try to get my compass. Back more from what i can and You know before. I ever jump out of airplanes before i ever get off and iraq. I always i always said a little prayer to myself. I said a prayer with a couple of other guys and You know. I might not always be the best role model but i tell you one thing i won't do. I won't When i know.
"bill brown" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Honor to think about it and definitely changes who you are what you're about and An amini of life. And i think anybody going through life A huge like Fulfilling part of life is you know as being a father absolutely. You know it's it's it shoots when and it's great when You know you see the love nc when he each they you know. They're dancing learning and it's like it's epic nerd subjects. Yeah very well. Bill and i know i know one thing that's very important like As growing up myself sons one of the big things is they're always looking up to their father always trying to impress their father and trying to get his approval on all that could be. I mean when your dad is a navy seal and has the background or something like that could be a tall order to live up to. So how was that relationship with your son growing up now that he's twenty one. Was there anything like that where he was always trying to prove himself to you or did you have any kind of conflict that while he was growing up. I think one of the beauties about having kitsch to is that they're so different you know and in something like a beauty that maybe i. I didn't see before and makes me a lot. More well rounded because their interests and their passions are so different than my own and And and and as. I think that's connie in a way because i know for me i know. Initially with my. I'm big into that lifestyle. Shoes part of who. I am now you no. I'm begging in like combat sports and things like that very aggressive type of sports and activities and and my son is you know he's definitely I mean he's definitely a young man he's definitely a no an alpha man in his own way his his passenger a lot different than mine so at the same time. It's flailing the some boston when a different way and I think less boring and more interesting to I think that's one of the transitions to because you like okay. You know like like. I know for years i had him in wrestling and hatem wrestling an is like. He wasn't a wrestler by. I could tell that wasn't his love. You know. I grew up wrestling for years. And then you realize okay and you find out okay. This is what he's about. This is what makes him happy. And it's like and and i think appeared be learn about life not just by about compromise and i think this trying to do your best no matter what happens to to be there you know and give consistent guidance in and log when you can and And so that's what i do now. I almost look at it now. like my daughter. Who's five and she's definitely. You know all you know. It's a great age because they totally You know it's it's is beautiful. 'cause you know you're the coolest thing in the world but right now with my son you know. He's a young man. It's different but what i try to do is with both of them. I tried to consistently give them law and at the same time. Give them guidance. When i can. It's like one of the things. I don't give up on like no matter what i'm going to try to teach them and guide them the best. I can since pretty cool. Yeah good stuff though. What would you say about discipline. What type of disciplinarian are you as a dad and is that different than the discipline style. You grew up with all.
"bill brown" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Joining me now. First-class father bill brown. Welcome to first class fatherhood. Great to be here. Thanks for having me all right. Let's kick it off like this. How many kids do you have. How old are oh. I got to that. I know about once a beautiful six year old girl and then i got a twenty one year old son. Wow okay you go for anymore. You got of one. Are you all done what. Why like having fun so you never know if you could build. Please just take a minute here. My listeners with a little bit about your background or what. You do a I'm a prior team. Guy served their country audibly for eight years A kind of like a big early. I got up for men and women who put line for our country I put together a swim with a couple of other good guys across the hudson and swam to the statue of liberty. Did a hundred push ups twenty to pull ups to celebrate our nation's freedoms and civil liberties and we hit up ellis island we did one hundred percents twenty to pull ups on all the men and women who came to our country for a better life. Celebrate our nation's diverse the and we swam all the weights. Northcote cove marina. this year. We got a bunch of american flags zone mo is holding that flag high and we swam to the nine eleven memorial. We get one hundred push ups twenty two percents on all the men and women who lost their lives nine eleven and at the same time what the john fund and we raised a bunch of money to help other vets so it was a great thing was epoch. Time you with Other team guys you know yeah. I watched the event the way they covered it on fox there Daughter was a tremendous amount of had pete hegseth on the show and number of the seals that were involved in it so I think that was great to see. It was the second year that you guys did it. So i thought it was so cool to watch and How how old were you bill. Would you say about about. How old were you when you first became a dad and how to becoming a father kind of changed your perspective. On life i was twenty. Two definitely changed my My perspective on in my scope. How i view everything off starting No i have a almost like a had emission had a mission to do my best to provide and protect to guide in the teach and too low A young guy just and back you know adventure and and no know looking for a good time till like oh my god now i gotta you know this is really what i'm i'm here for. I'm here to protect. I'm here to teach air to try to give You know my my son. You know the best i can to help him be successful in life so definitely huge eyeopener and an.
"bill brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Lane open until 5 p.m.. Next update is in less than 10 minutes in the ST Joseph Mercy Health System Traffic Center O'Neill Stevens, W W. J. NewsRadio ninth We get Iraqi weather forecast from the Bill Brown forward Weather Center Mostly sunny skies If you're heading out the door this afternoon, but we will see a few clouds at times warm and a bit more human. For today, with the high attempted to 81 degrees tonight, clouding up it will be mild with aloe 65. Tomorrow warm, with intervals of clouds and sunshine, still fairly humid for late September and it will be breezy with the high around 80 and temperatures begin to fall off heading into the workweek. A couple showers into Monday under cloudy skies high temper on Monday after 70 degrees right now enjoy the sunshine 79 degrees right now in Ann Arbor, 77 Pontiac 77 as well at city airport and right now mostly sunny. 79 degrees at Metro Airport. This's thank you weather meteorologist. Map ends on WWJ, NewsRadio, 9 50 traffic and weather together on the AIDS. Next updates to 28 this afternoon Live and local news radio 9 50. W W. J. Good afternoon. I'm rob Base and our top stories of 2 20, Florida reporting 107 New Corona virus deaths Just a day after Republican governor Rhonda Santa's announced that he's lifting all restrictions One restaurant capacity. The state also reported close to 2800 new confirmed cases In one day of covert 19 colleges across the country struggling to salvage the fall semester campus Corona virus cases continue to skyrocket and tensions do as well with local leaders, all wondering what to.
"bill brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"J and the W W J 24 Hour traffic Center Teresi McCaskill double E double T. J News radio 9 50. Now the AccuWeather forecast from the Bill Brown Ford Weather Center after a morning full of thunderstorms. We're not done yet. Unfortunately, we'll have a few more thunderstorms rolling through the area this afternoon and evening capable Producing damaging winds and additional flooding that has already been widespread. Across the area are high temperature will be close to 80 this afternoon. Then tonight a lingering shower or thunderstorm with Lois 69 tomorrow, turning less human, much more pleasant out there. We'll have a high of 80 degrees. With that lower humidity than Sunday. Sunshine with low humidity, The high only 75 in nice weather continues early next week. This is actually the meteorologist Dave Samuel Awww J. NewsRadio, 9 50. We do have scattered thunderstorms reported currently 73 degrees in Ypsilanti. It is also 73 in Troy 71 reported. And Pontiac traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the eights, you're next update Coming up at 11 28 live and local use radio 9 50. W W J. Good morning I broke Alan. Our top stories at 11 20 AA flood warning has been extended until four o'clock today. Some areas have already received up to four inches of rain, causing plenty of headaches on metro Detroit roadways and also causing power outages. And speaking of speakers have gotten underway at Get your knee off our next march, going on in Washington, D C. The National Action Network in the family of George Floyd fighting for policing and criminal justice reform during the rally. CBS is Steve Dorsey will join us live from the scene coming up at 11 30..
Elements That Contribute to Healthy Building
"Studies show that people are happier healthier and more productive when they spend time buildings that include elements of nature. There's lots of different ways. We can bring nature into the built environment. People think it's just means bringing plants in there but it could also be bringing water and daylight and natural resources use of natural materials. Bill Browning is a partner at terrapin bright green a sustainable building design firm. He says many of these features are also good for the climate for example when designing building with nature in mind. I'm really gonNA emphasize delighting where I can natural ventilation both of which dramatically lower the energy so the building if done well Browning says designed can also make people more aware of local ecology for example. His firm often uses reclaimed wood or rough hewn stone. That reflects buildings location and carefully. Placed windows can encourage people to observe the changing seasons or butterflies visiting a pollinator garden so bringing these experiences of nature and tying you to those experiences nature and the built environment hopefully helps you think differently about where you're and more connected to the environment outside your four walls.
"bill brown" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
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"bill brown" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Is We offer a secondary tier where you can offer reimburse defy to your case load and it only costs you forty nine dollars a year and in that case we send you special information cards and we give you a Promo Code that let your patients get their first five claims for free so you can say for full for fifty dollars a year. You can say here you go. You get your first five claims for free with my compliments so often times. That's again another great service at a reduced cost to the provider and then ultimately if it doesn't WanNa pay anything than we do offers of sending them small sort of business card size information cards. They can hand out at no cost and then the their patients download the APP and they get their first claim frustrating and the rest goes go to the consumer model. Instead so that serve like consumer provider third the third channel that platform supports is employers. This is something it's relatively new. We just announced said couple of months ago. We've already designed our first clients. Thank you and that is reimbursed by enterprise. What reimbursed if I enterprise does is it uses those same software platform mechanisms to authenticate a company or a department within a company or a division within a company so now employers can add reimburse defy as an add on benefit to their existing health insurance benefits. And we're we're seen a great deal of response and sort of resonance around. This is in mental health so middle health access is a real top of mind issue right now with with. Hr companies across the spectrum and in across the country mental health mental health of practitioners. Who are out of network are fifty percent of all mental health professionals so fully half of all mental health professionals take no insurance and nationally in large metropolitan areas like New York Los Angeles Dallas Chicago Seattle seventy percent it seventy percents mental health providers. Don't take any insurance. And so if you're looking for an in-network solution only three out of ten providers in your geography are going to take insurance and only a fraction of that are going to take your insurance. So we're communicating to Companies is that if you give reimburse enterprise to your employees. You suddenly opened up access to one hundred percent of all mental health practitioners within their local geography. So let me ask you a question there. Then they'll so there's many in this particular instance in the urban areas seven out of ten. Don't take insurance reimbursed by you would be able to get coverage. Yeah so if you have a if you have A. Ppo Insurance a out of network benefits which the vast majority of individuals who get their insurance through their employers..
"bill brown" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket
"Saw Marquez here. Today I have the privilege of hosting Bill Brown. He's the founder and CEO. An industry disrupter at reimbursable by he co-founded launch reimbursed FAI as a new and highly disruptive APP centric platform based solution enabling consumers and health providers to easily file for their out of network health insurance reimbursement with a smartphone. The industry in the way that they handle this Particularly with PPO insurance is pretty antiquated. But bill and his team have found a way to make it easy for both the insured as well as the healthcare provider. So it's GonNa be a great conversation today bill so glad you joined. Thanks for joining ACE. Aw Great to be with you today so bill. I love that you guys decided to tackle this area before we dive in. I want you to share your story about your personal experience in the fax machines and then let us know a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. I'll share happy to do it. So you know I think a lot of great startups sort of catalyze from personal experience. And what happened with me along? Those lines is a my co-founder who is a trained physician originally conceived the idea and brought it to me so his background is on the clinical side although he's incredibly technical and my background is on the technology side and so he brought this idea to me A. We've been friends for four or five years beforehand and it just completely resonated with me because it just so happens that my wife is a mental health professional. He's been practicing running a private practice here. In a Greenwich Village for over twenty five years and never taken insurance so I understood the problem around out of Network Health Insurance Reimbursement from the provider side. But I also have two young adult daughters who avail themselves of out of network services and so I tend to be the person in the family who files for to get those reimbursement claims and what happened was one of my daughters had done in some out of network services. I had filed a series of claims for that with our health insurance company and forgotten about it about six weeks. After I mailed those in my wife Ashley what the status was so I called the insurance company. They told me they'd never received it. I needed to send it in again so I went repackaged. Another copy sent it in with tracking. I got the tracking response signature saying this was accepted by Sam Smith at this date this time at our processing center and then I forgot about it again for another six weeks and then called them and they said haven't received it. We don't have it in. I will I know you received it because I have Sam Smith signed for it and they said well you may have that but we don't have it in our system so you're going to have to send it again and I said I WANNA fax it. And they said we don't accept back she has to send it in the mail so this is the twenty first century. And how many things do you have to send in through the mail so I got a little indignant and I said I incredible amount of money for this health insurance every year so I wanNA talk to somebody? Help me get this resolved. After the course of probably close to half an hour finally was able to speak to someone who said. Oh Canister Brown. We will give you a one time. Exception will give you a fax number. You can use it one time at one time. Only two recent these claims and so I did. I was very pleased. Hung up the phone went to the fax machine. Sent the facts. Dial the number. Which of course was busy. Fax Machine continued to regard the number over the course of two hours. It was busy the whole time and then it quits. I which were came back at night tried to send it again same scenario the next day when I got back from work I reprogrammed the fax machine to dial the number continuously until it connected forever and I was so frustrated that I said when you do it when it connect please send one hundred copies of his claim so the next morning I woke up at four thirty seven it had connected and it said one hundred copies successfully sent and Lo and behold my insurance company sent me the reimbursement check and they never they never lost another of mailing that I said to them but I knew the pain. I had spent literally hours trying to resolve this issue which should have just been really simple to do and that's really what the reimbursement fi APP solution does today enables knee hundred twenty million people who have out of network health insurance benefits in this country to submits a optimized out of network health insurance reimbursement claim from their phone. In under a minute man I mean that right. There is value so a totally understand. What inspired you're working in this business. You were frustrated as many of us are frustrated when it comes time to deal with insurance companies and they do a lot of good but there's a lot of opportunity for them to do things better and so love what you have done here bill. And so what would you say? Is the core thing that you're offering people? And what is the cost for somebody using this whether it be an employer listening to this or an individual share so the core thing is is efficiency and optimization so we create a mechanism this really mix very very easy to file for that reimbursement that everyone is owed..
California's "Cave Fire" threatens thousands of homes
"The cave fire is burning in an area of Santa Barbara county that is filled with dense brush hasn't burned since nineteen ninety winds pushed the flames to spread the fire to forty three hundred acres by midday Tuesday bill brown is the Santa Barbara county sheriff we estimate that about five thousand four hundred and eighty one people were actually evacuated chair frowns at twenty three hundred homes were threatened the fire officials say thankfully no homes have burned Jessica Rosenthal
Eighteen of 34 victims of California boat fire identified by authorities
"Authorities are using DNA analysis to identify the thirty four victims on a California scuba diving boat because the fires intensity early Monday Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown says the remains of thirty three people have been found well the search for the remaining missing a victim continues we have been able through the DNA process to positively identify eighteen of the victims. in nine of those cases we have been able to contact and notify the next of
Man who lost five family members in California boat fire: "You don't want to believe it"
"The victims of a boat fire off the coast of Santa Barbara included high school students a marine biologist and five members of a single family as divers look for more remains an investigator scour the wreckage for clues into what caused the blaze broken hearted family members are now started to come forward to say their loved ones were on board I want to believe John hold on to that one percent but at this point it's you know my heart knows Dominic sell go Stockton told CBS news his mother father and three stepsisters were on the conception he says it was a trip that family members took almost every year they're down there the sponsor really small box to having no escape it was something that was just plain in my head it was just a complete nightmare thirty four people are presumed dead twenty bodies have been recovered Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown says the focus now is on finding more remains and looking for clues into the cause of the fire divers also mapped a search area which is about a half mile in size in our continuing efforts to recover additional victims and evidence five people survived the disaster including the captain of the conception and four other crew members a number of the victims lived in the Santa Cruz San Jose.
Family, teenagers among 34 presumed dead in boat fire
"Most of the people who were lost in that scuba boat fire of Santa Barbara early Monday morning were from the bay area and Santa Cruz hears KCBS of Jim Taylor a relative says five people from one northern California family are missing and presumed dead Suzanne arose us posting on social media her three daughters their father and step mother were on board the conception when it caught fire the head of Pacific Collegiate School in Santa Cruz confirms it had students and parents on board that boat here's the share is far as where they were from the majority of the people on this trip appear to have been from the the Santa Cruz Santa is a bay area region sure bill brown there thirty four people presumed dead in the fire search for survivors now suspended by the boat six crew members escaping he says that the operation in the waters in the Santa Barbara channel is no longer search and rescue it is recovery that means there is no hope of finding anymore survivors there is hope all the bodies will be recovered certainly our hope is that we will be able to penetrate the the wreckage today stabilize the vessel penetrate the wreckage conduct an investigation search it and then recover any remains that are in the bio Kerr says there is no indication the fire was preceded by an explosion Jim Taylor
High school teacher, family on dive boat
"And in northern California school district as a high school physics teacher and child were on board that dive boat that caught fire off the southern California coast this week authorities say thirty four people are missing and presumed dead after the vessel sunk near Santa Cruz island early Monday here's sheriff bill brown sadly no additional survivors have been found. an additional sixteen victims were located and yesterday afternoon's efforts and were brought back to our corners vero. this makes in total twenty. Holmes who have been recovered and transported to our corners bureau. thus far the victims have only man identified as the eleven female and nine male remains. there were several other victims they were seen by the divers somewhere between four and six. that are still within the wreckage. due to the positioning of the boat they were unable to be recovered before nightfall. first we need to stabilize the boat so that divers can safely enter it searches and recover additional victims. divers also mapped a search area based on current and the debris field. which is about a half mile in size in our continuing efforts to recover edition all victims and evidence. the question was is it is it. ng is the the people who are below deck courts were trapped and unable to acces the the vessel and that does appear to be exactly what happened that the there was a stair well to get it right down the main entry way up and down and there was an escape hatch and it would appear as though both of those who were blocked by fire we do have statements that have been written by the crew members and the crew members will be interviewed formally today as part of the investigative process but since the investigation is on going I'm not at liberty to
34 presumed dead in California boat fire
"The search for survivors is over the Coast Guard suspended its operations off the southern California coast following the boat fire thirty four people are presumed dead now so far twenty or so bodies have been recovered Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown says a rapid response DNA program will not be used to identify the victims since many if not all of the victims who have been recovered we'll need to be identified through DNA analysis investigators will be coordinating commencing today with family members to collect DNA samples for comparison purposes. there are reports that five members of the same family are among those still missing five crew members sleeping on the top deck of that both survived after jumping into the
Flames blocked escape for 34 divers on boat, officials say
"Officials tonight say fire block both escape routes for the thirty four divers who were sleep on a lower deck when their dive boat caught fire Monday CBS news Steve Futterman has the latest officials here believe the thirty four people presumed to have been killed were all sleeping on the bottom deck when the fire erupted Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown says they were all trapped there was a stair well and there was an escape hatch both of those were blocked by
The search has been suspended in the deadly dive-boat fire off California coast
"The search suspended for victims of yesterday's tragic boat fire off the coast of southern California twenty bodies recovered so far sadly of thirty three passengers six crew were on board only five found a life this is Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown efforts will be made to stabilize the boat so that divers can safely enter it search it and recover additional victims. divers will also mapped a search area based on currents and the debris field which is about a half mile in size in our continuing efforts to recover additional victims and evidence what was taking people on a Labor Day scuba diving excursion on the last day of a three day trip when it caught fire off Santa Cruz island eventually sank because under investigation once used on five
A relative says five members of same family among 34 missing and presumed dead in California scuba diving boat fire
"That five members of the same family are among thirty four presumed dead in the California scuba diving boat fire twenty bodies recovered so far shares bill brown says they have spotted other bodies in the water somewhere between four and six that are still within the wreckage they need to stabilize the both the former covering them when they will also search for additional victims they're using DNA from family members in order to identify the victims they recovered there was a an extraordinarily hot fire in the bodies do exhibit signs of extreme thermal damage Coast Guard captain Monica Rochester it says they and the NTSB are investigating to trying to determine why this incident occurred and what we can learn from this tragedy moving
California dive boat fire: US Coast Guard confirms dozens dead
"The official death toll from the dive boat fire off the coast of southern California's twenty but is expected to go higher as a recovery effort continues Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown sadly no additional survivors have been found. an additional sixteen victims were located and yesterday afternoon's efforts and were brought back to our corners bureau. this makes in total twenty victims who have been recovered and transported to our corners bureau and fourteen people remain
At least 25 confirmed dead in boat fire in California
"The Coast Guard says twenty five bodies from a southern California boat fire have now been found with nine people still missing correspondent Jim Roop reports the fire broke out of the dive boat is thirty four people slept below deck this is probably the worst case scenario you could possibly have Santa Barbara county sheriff bill brown says fire is the scourge of any ship much less at sea in the middle of the night fire broke out before three thirty in the morning Monday apparently trapping the passengers on a three day diving excursion below the flames in the
"bill brown" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Sponsored by Bill Brown Ford from the motor group twenty four hour traffic center, Tracy mccaskill w w j NewsRadio nine fifty traffic and weather sponsored by Naples, Marco island and the Everglades Florida's paradise coast from the family heating, cooling, electrical weather, center the AccuWeather forecast. John Feerick, a good deal of sunshine out there. This after breezy and a little bit on the chilly side, the highs in the fifties. Obviously feel a little bit chillier with breeze, then increasing clouds and down in the mid thirties. We'll see some rain breakout. Tomorrow morning. Periods of rain tomorrow. The high fifty seven perhaps a little break tomorrow night. Then more rain at times on Wednesday. Fifty-six breezy and warmer. Thursday shower thunderstorm around in the afternoon at night, seventy two and Friday, mostly cloudy, cooler couple of showers, I sixty two this is accurate. Everybody urologist John Feerick, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. This is fire fighter Raphael poor yet for firehouse subs. Introducing new firehouse payers hair your favorite small sub with a signature side, like the awesome, five cheese, MAC and cheese. And remember of portion of every purchase at firehouse subs goes towards helping first responders firehouse outs. Enjoy more subs saved. More lives. Participating locations only firehouse of donate a minimum of one million dollars in two thousand nineteen firehouse. That's probably safety foundation by donating point one one percent. Every purchase port as the sun sets on what had been a beautiful day in Paris. The city of lights is being eliminated by flames shooting from the roof of the iconic ethereal of Notre Dom CBS's, Elaine Cobb is in Paris. She reports.
"bill brown" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Days later, the jets did trade for Tibo from the Denver Broncos. And we all know how that turned out. Well, we'd like to what other Tim you goes now in a AAA for the Mets. He's not even the same sport. The jets traded for him. How can we trust? This guy to be the chief law enforcement officer for America. He says on Twitter or so dumb. He wanted to trade for Tim. Tebow? Get him out immediately. By the way, speaking of the jets were fifty three percent through the NFL season over halfway through already the NFL season. Wow. Eight of the thirty two NFL teams have already been effectively eliminated from the playoffs. How how many eight eight if you're a raider fan cardinals fan Niners fan of giants fan bills? Brown's jets and Broncos you're basically done that's a fourth of the team that I'd say effectively eliminated because mathematically it's still possible. But boy, there are some bad bad NFL teams. That's incredible. For a league that for almost an entire generation has sold itself. In one of its biggest marketing tools has been pair Harry. Yeah, parody. And I'm not, you know, I'm not seeing the culture Super Bowl bound. But we'll find out more the coming off a couple of wins coming off a BI week. And they're at home against a Jacksonville. This Sunday at one o'clock at Lucas oil. Where are you at okay back to sessions for a minute and his his his chief? Of staff, whose now the acting attorney general Matt Whitaker. Do you think sessions will run for Senate in twenty twenty? I mean, he probably kicking himself from the left that seat in the first place. Obviously like you said earlier hindsight is twenty twenty. I think Robin he'll run again in twenty twenty. Well, as many people know if you listen to the chicks on the right on part of the large course, the hopes ROY Moore gives it a another shot. Why? Roy Moore's the sort of guy American deserves. I mean, let's bleep show. Oh, yeah. I love. I love the crazy. Abdulah about this yesterday. I have no idea why these guys who have control over their own destiny Jeff Sessions at a super safe seat, Alabama. Why you give that up? You're a US Senator. Why would you ever give that up to serve at the discretion of someone as unpredictable Donald Trump ego and power though, attorney general of the United States is pretty powerful position. I'd much rather be a Senator because you can do and say, whatever the hell you on coming up next. If you missed it last night some conservative on liberal love the coming together to comedians one conservative one liberal. It was actually pretty get old navy tomorrow only get fifty percent off all dresses..
"bill brown" Discussed on WJR 760
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Trump administration takes another swipe at 'Obamacare'
"At dot com on cumulus station rescue mission underway obamacare payments halted i'm barbara kusak rescue operations underway in northern thailand in an effort to bring up safety after being trapped in a cave for two weeks the head of the team said they are at peak readiness santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says no lives were lost as firefighters achieved eighty percent containment of the holiday fire in galeta california this rapidly spreading fire consumed approximately one hundred acres it destroyed a number of homes damaged several more and our hearts go out to those who lost their homes in this devastating fire we know that this is a terribly difficult time for them the trump administration says it's freezing payments under an obamacare program that protects insurers with sicker patients from financial losses officials say the administration is acting because of conflicting rulings and lawsuits that were filed by some smaller insurers who questioned whether they're being fairly treated the move is expected to add to premium increases next year with the trump administration saying it needed more time to reunite migrant children separated from their parents at the southern border the matter heads back to federal court on monday correspondent miguel marquez says that's just ahead of the tuesday deadline pertaining to children under five it's a bureaucratic shell gate the government separated them at the beginning of the process they never seem to have any way to prove what parents went with what child they put them in separate facilities all over the country and then told us all the way along with there was a process to reunite them but now that they're out there is no process to us warships pass through the taiwan strait on saturday on a voyage there will likely be viewed in the selfruled island is a sign of support by president trump amid heightened tension with china i'm barbara kusak the following is a true story my name.
Trump Keeps His Promises to Veterans
"Underway obamacare payments halted i'm barbara kusak rescue operations underway in northern thailand in an effort to bring safety after being trapped in a cave for two weeks the head of the team said they are a teak readiness santa barbara county sheriff bill brown says no lives were lost as firefighters achieved eighty percent containment of the holiday fire in galeta california this rapidly spreading fire consumed approximately one hundred acres destroyed a number of homes damaged several more and our hearts go out to those who lost their homes in this devastating fire we know that this is a terribly difficult time for them the trump administration says it's freezing payments under an obamacare program that protects insurers with sicker patients from financial losses officials say the administration is acting because of conflicting rulings and lawsuits that were filed by some smaller insurers who questioned whether they're being fairly treated the move is expected to add to premium increases next year with the trump administration saying it needed more time to reunite migrant children separated from their parents at the southern border the matter heads back to federal court on monday responding miguel marquez says that's just ahead of the tuesday deadline pretending to children under five it's a bureaucratic shell gate the the government separated them at the beginning of the process they never seem to have any way to prove what parent child they put them in separate facilities all over the country and then told us all the way along with there was a process to reunite them but now that they're out there is no process to us worships pass through the taiwan strait on saturday on a voyage there will likely be viewed in the selfruled island is a sign of support by president trump amid heightened tension with china i'm barbara kusak this is sheila klein ceo and founder of resort release we.
"bill brown" Discussed on KOMO
"To invest in budget by uncf an accounting komo's seattle komo people in hawaii abandoning cars and preparing to flee their homes when a ballistic missile attack alert was mistakenly sent out saturday morning someone hit the wrong button abc's jordan said gun does it work in honolulu it was surreal newsroom kind of just sprung jackson action we go live to go on tv when to confirm everything and a lot of us in a new zero more calling air families all we knew was that this is coming in we're going to treat it as if it say rail fat state officials are apologizing for the apparent human error and vowing to change the system to prevent such mistakes that told his nineteen and modest pseudo california five days after storms caused mudslides on hillsides stripped of vegetation during earlier wildfires and destroying dozens of homes santa barbara county sheriff bill brown today asking you evacuees in the hardest hit areas to remain patient we are still actively searching for people and while every hour it remains the less likely that we will find anyone alive there's always hope at least five people remain missing todd ant abc news stay connected stay informed this is komo news spears twenty four seven news on komo news i'm paul taxud gunfire erupted outside of finnegans bob in grilled near everett leaving one man dead and another injured oldest went down around two a m saturday witnesses reported that there was an altercation between patrons twenty nine year old man left the bar he grabbed a gun from his vehicle and began firing shots in the parking lot injuring one of the bar customers the khomich county sheriff's office tells komo news a male employees at the bar who was armed then shot and killed the suspect police and medics arrived at the scene quickly the customer who was injured by the gunfire was taken to harborview medical center in seattle and is expected to recover keith jackson the voice of college.
"bill brown" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"We're county sheriff bill brown we are saddened to report that the death toll has now risen to seventeen with two additional fatalities recovered today massive amounts of mud destroyed or damaged hundreds of homes and shut down part of the 101 freeway kcp as tvs cara finstrom smash cars now marked as checked for missing people came to rest not far from the 101 raging river of mud that came out of modesty does hillsides tuesday halted semis in their tracks choked off the freeway nervous michael fitzpatrick was home when the storm slammed montesino he's been unable to drive out since once again calling the investigation of russian meddling in the election a hoax president trump now says it seems unlikely that will give an interview to the special counsel's team cbs' major garrett the president's lawyers believe it interview with mr trump would signal the eminent conclusion of moller's investigation we learned that in early november the justice department expert in cybercrimes to his team of investigators president trump says any deal on the socalled dreamers we'll have to include money for a border wall got to include the well we need the wolf of security we need the world for safety we need the wall for stopping the drugs from pouring in immigration agents descended on convenience stores across the country today cbs' gary nunn agents serb what cold notices of inspection and operators of ninety eight seventy eleven stores around the country checking employees immigration status twenty one arrests were made operators of managers could be charged finds could be issue officials say they want to send a strong message to businesses that hire unemploy an illegal workforce and online video shows baltimore hospital staffers leaving a patient at a bus stop wearing only a hospital gown cbs's jeff pig as a mahmoud iraq was walking past the baltimore hospital when he noticed something he says he'll never forget on the radio here for no clothes on it's cold patient dumping and it doesn't just happened in baltimore in two thousand seven sixty minutes investigated the practice of removing homeless patients from los angeles hospitals and leaving them downtown often the patients are not insured or have other financial issues in a statement the university of maryland medical center said they share the shock and disappointment of many would viewed the video in the end they say we clearly failed to fulfil our mission with this patient stocks were down across.
"bill brown" Discussed on WJR 760
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"bill brown" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"Trump administration to undermine the fundamental values of our state an issue sb fifty four would prohibit law enforcement statewide from cooperating with federal immigration agents unless there's a warrant supporters believe this will keep families from being separated and says gaby trail with a group congregations together promote trust and safety and it allows as for undocumented immigrants to feel safe reporting crimes which law enforcement says will increase if the ability to cooperate with the feds is taken away many shares departments which traditionally operate the gel systems have allowed ice ages to work in the jails in order to detain and deport undocumented immigrant felons before they released into the streets it's a safe controlled environment says santa barbara county sheriff bill brown will keep both the criminals and ice off the streets is in the interest of all ortiz and especially immigrant community that dangerous offenders who are in this country illegally the deported brown sacramental sheriff scott jones la county sheriff jim mcdonald and more have stated time and time again that ice will do its job and not allowing immigration agents to work inside the jails will put them casting wide nets in the unity's where everyone including socalled lawabiding undocumented immigrants will be more vulnerable to deportation a fact that republican assembly kevin kelly says is falling on deaf ears and it'll make our community is less safe the bill has one more committee the appropriations committee to pass before it goes to the full assembly for.