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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"His four Denver by Denver trying today at Denver gazette dot com That's Denver gazette dot com. I'm Darren Copeland on Ko A news radio live everywhere on the I Heart radio APP. Box 31 pinpoint whether another Cold Night ahead Low 20 but a 40 degree swing into Friday. Tomorrow's forecast High 60 degrees. It's currently 42 in Denver to people in South Carolina are sick with the highly transmissible Corona virus variant from South Africa. State officials there won't identify the two people infected, but say neither have traveled recently. South Carolina's Department of Health says they're both adults. Three Cove in 19 variants of concern are expanding across the globe, and all have now been discovered in the U. S. Denver's creating outreach teams to find people who need covert vaccinations. But don't have the resource is to sign up. Some of members in our community don't have the tools to do that. They don't have the wherewithal to navigate through. The average registration system, so we're working hard to remove those barriers. City health Director Bob McDonald says. There are many neighborhoods in Denver that don't have immediate access to health clinics or hospitals. The city wants to make sure no one who wants to be vaccinated falls through the cracks when they're eligible to be vaccinated. Today, the 35th anniversary of the space shuttle Challenger explosion, one of the deadliest tragedies in America's space program shuttle exploded just 73 seconds after launch, killing all seven on board off faulty o ring and cold weather. We're to blame, causing the fuel to explode and consume the shuttle. Millions of school kids watched the disaster live. Tuning in to see teacher Christa McAuliffe make.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Time. 3 32. Colorado's entire congressional delegation has sent a letter to President Biden. Urging him to conduct a thorough review of the decision to move US Space command from Colorado Springs to Huntsville, Alabama. Colorado Springs. Republican Mayor John Suthers says it's not just the Colorado delegation. It says President Trump's decision made no sense to very high ranking members of the House Armed Services Committee. Said that the decision seems untethered from considerations of national security and military readiness. And, he says there's something fishy about the former president's decision. Tommy Tuberville, the new senator from Alabama, who Is very close to Trump because he was running against Jeff Sessions, the Democratic primary and obviously Trump had it in for sessions claimed that the president promised him. He would put Space command in Huntsville. New Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin says he'll review the former president's decision. Military officials say they favored keeping space commanded Peterson Air Force Base How many people in Denver are getting the covert vaccine We currently receive about $8000 a week in Denver? That is Not near enough. It's Bob McDonald, executive director of Denver Health Department, he says. That's why many people age 70 and up have yet to be vaccinated. The city hopes to get more doses as soon as President Biden's pledged to increase the allocations by 16% over the next three weeks. The city is also working to make vaccines more available in neighborhoods. Good day on Wall Street, The Dow and S and P finish up 1% each the NASDAQ was up half a percent. Our next update at four o'clock David Ko ko Way news Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 FM eastbound.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For your time. 7 16 right now on Colorado's Morning news. So how secure is the nation's capital ahead of next week's inauguration? FEMA administrator Peter Gaynor. I have. The utmost confidence in the agency is the law enforcement partners who have developed and are implementing a comprehensive security plan. Vice President Mike Pence visiting FEMA headquarters for a security briefing on Thursday in anticipation of possible violence during inauguration Week, California's governor is activating 1000 National Guard troops to his state Capitol, California will take every necessary measure. Protect public safety and our democratic principles and to ensure that those disgraceful actions are not repeated. Gavin Gavin Newsom says A pro trump rally was set to take place on inauguration there that day. But the organizer was denied a permit The World Health Organization team now and the Chinese city of Wuhan to investigate the origins of the pandemic Scientific data shoes, It could be In some other places as well. We still need collection data that Chinese doctor doesn't believe that covered 19 started there. The W H O team will have to be quarantined for two weeks before continuing their research was Denver's vaccine rollout going, city health official Bob McDonald says it's ramping up. We've added over 20 more pharmacies, so we have well over 20 pharmacies now that are authorized to accept vaccine and administered Denver officials are asking the incoming Biden administration to give local governments more control over the distribution coming up on Colorado's morning news We check in live was one of the impeachment managers Congresswoman Diana to get She joins us in here Just about five minutes or so. We checked the drive again with John.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Pat Woodard, calculating Rodeo. Thank you. Pat became sports nuggets getting a nice win over the Warriors. Yeah, everyone. Marty, the Nuggets returned home after a three game East Coast road trip We went to in one Get back in the win column after Tuesday's loss to the Nets with 1 14 104 win over the Warriors behind another triple double from Nicole Yokich. Last night, Joker had 23 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists but only want to talk about post game was his team's defense may be right second in office. I think different something between you two is usually something that he's come up and down, you know, events were our differences is really, really good. No in our last is it's really bad. So holding that team 204 104. I think it's a really good thing. Your cars your mom Marion Will Barton both had 17 points and newcomer to Michael Green, added 15 off the bench. Steph Curry had 35 in the loss for Golden State. The Nuggets will try to get over 500 for the first time this season when the Jazz come to town Sunday. New Broncos GM George Payton spoke with team website yesterday and shared his philosophy on building a winning culture. Yeah, it's not the people. First of all that the players the people you bring in your organization. You have to draft and develop talent, mislead the win and sustained, so I think that's our philosophy. Now we're gonna be aggressive. We're gonna we're gonna You know, acquire talent anyway, we can, whether it's free agency practice quite poaches waiver claims. We're always gonna look for talent. Tuesday, the Broncos will introduce Peyton in a press conference. The bus men's basketball team won its third straight after a record setting performance from senior guard McKinley right. The fourth who had 12 assists, but 11 came after he took sole possession of the universities All time assist Mark passing Jay Humphries. With vibrant 62 in the early eighties, even joined Big Alan Jones you after the game to talk about making history, just a blessing to be in this position. No, that's it. Boss Health tell you seven years way before I was even thought off. No, he broke this record. I was putting his teammates and In the best position to be successful, So I'm just a big shut up to Jay Humphries credits and for, you know, hold this record for this long and you know, like I said before, I'm blessed to be in a position to do the new record holder for the fourth one in a row tomorrow when they host Stanford cesium in 1957 winners over San Jose State in Phoenix, and the ads like to bounce back from their opening. I lost the Blues tonight. When they hosted Lewis again. A ballerina puck drops seven o'clock and sports and raining crystalline came when his radio on the Broncos buffs Iraqi. Thank you much 5 46 R K Away news time. Our top stories on Colorado's Morning news. How secure is the nation's capital Ahead of next week's inauguration, FEMA Administrator P Gainer I have. The utmost confidence in the agency is the law enforcement partners who have developed and are implementing a comprehensive security plan. Vice President Mike Pence visited FEMA for a security briefing on Thursday in anticipation of possible violence during the inauguration. California's governor is activating 1000 National Guard troops to the state Capitol, California will take every necessary measure. Protect public safety and our democratic principles and to ensure that those disgraceful actions are not repeated. Governor Newsome says A pro trump rally was scheduled to take place on Inauguration Day in Sacramento, but the organizer was denied a permit. The World Health Organization team is now on the Chinese city of Wuhan to investigate the origins of the pandemic. This Chinese doctor doesn't believe the virus started their scientific data shoes. It could be In some other places as well. We still need collection data, The W H O team will have to be quarantined for two weeks before they can continue the research. According to the CDC. More than 1.3 million Americans have both the receiver gotten Corona virus vaccine doses about 9.7 million people have received at least one shot. The majority of the shots have come from Fizer, which started going out to states a week ahead of Madonna vaccine. It was Denver's vaccine rollout going well, City health official Bob McDonald says. It's really ramping up. We've added over 20 more pharmacies, so we have well over 20 pharmacies now that are authorized to accept vaccine and administer it. Denver officials have asked the incoming Biden administration to give local governments more control over the distribution and Denver getting that green light to go forward with its five star business program. But there's still some work to do. Officials say the city has to maintain seven days a stable or declining corner virus numbers before it can be fully into Lamented, And in the meantime, Denver will open the application process soon to start the priest. Certification under two pre certify should say business is good scare.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Know that tighter covered 19 restrictions could could come back. If cases continue to rise. The Denver Department of Public Health and Environments is people need to avoid pandemic fatigue and stick the following current guidelines to help reduce case numbers and avoid those tighter restrictions. Right now, let's talk live with Denver Department of Public Health and Environment executive Director Bob McDonald on our live line. Good morning, Bob. Thanks for having me you bet. Hearing from the governor of the other day, he sounds very concerned about the number of hospital beds available in our state. Now that they're being more of them are being used for these virus patients. What does that look like specifically in the city and county of Denver. Well, you know, numbers are going up so hospital admissions is going up. It's not at a critical point At this time. There's still the beds available. But it's not just a matter of space. And that's staffing is getting to be a problem, too. In some locations I'm hearing you know, there's burnout with medical care providers to and staffing can become an issue here. In the near pen Bob. We've heard the term pandemics fatigue, So I'm guess it's two things I'm wondering about. One is that was that part of the reason we're seeing the numbers go up and to is the fact that we're congregating a little more part of the issue as well. Is that why we're seeing a bit of a rise? Well, I think it's both of those things but a number of others. You know, certainly we've seen um you know, noncompliance at some level every step of the way, But, you know, we're still seeing that a little bit of Ah, ah, more congregating. Which is getting to be a concern. We're seeing that you know, in areas where people like to congregate in Denver on the 16th stream, all in Denver's parks, sometimes a cz, many as 100 people or more gathering to do things outdoors. I think there is a bit of fatigue issue here. No, but people need to remember. There's so many things that we can still do to fight that. You know, people can still go to their favorite restaurant and still go for a walk in the park goes shopping. And go to their favorite spot. Whatever it is, they just need to do it safely and with face coverings on when it's where it's required. We also saw her most recent spike the governor, blaming it anyway on colleges and universities and young people congregating. What have you seen in Denver with that? But also specifically with K through 12 schools? Are you seeing an uptick now that the kids are back in school? You know, a number of weeks ago we saw some operates in post secondary venues, both on campus and off campus. You know, some of those campus parties were creating some challenges for us. But their post secondary partners I really stepped up and can put their foot down with with their own student body, in some cases, suspending students and taking action against fraternities and sororities and You know, but those things occur outside of those venues. To what we're also seeing with the younger population is, you know the night life in the downtown area? You know, I think the hospitality industry has done a great job. With complying with space covering requirements and every all of the other restrictions. We see young people wearing face coverings to get in the door and then wearing face coverings to get out the door. But then they still congregate outside. Sometimes in large groups, and that's not going to help us out by those that Oh, I'm sorry. No, you go ahead. Go ahead. Well, just say that's the reason for the most recent face covering order and ultra settings is because we're still seeing groups of people, large groups of people congregating and that's creating problems on DSO. We're in afterwards face coverings for a while to get the numbers down. Hopefully before the holidays kind of on that note, Baba for doctor found, she say, Look, we can still stay and remain open. If again so. Shal distance. Where a mask wash your hands. Do you subscribe to that? We don't have to have that drastic. Shut down. If we just execute the basics, we can move freely and do those things If we just realized we're still in the midst of a pandemic and just do the basics. Well, absolutely, You know, a little bit of noncompliance with those things. Those basic public health requirements. A little noncompliance with this virus goes a long way. So we need. You know, we can't have anyone person say, Well, you know, I think I'm gonna fare well, if I do get the virus, so it's not going to impact me. Everyone needs to remember that they could be asymptomatic. Read it to others who might not fair so well on so everybody means to do their partnership in because you can a little noncompliance is going to create a lot of problems in the next month or something. All right. We've got to run out that Bob. Thank you. We appreciate it. Okay, You have a nice day executive Director Bob McDonald from the Denver Department of Public Health and Environment. A 29 minute away from Give me an update on the fires burning in our state and all the smog and you know the fog and smoke We're seeing out there this morning. Let's get into that with.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"89 degrees Well, if you tuned in for the Rockies Diamondbacks game tonight, it is not happening. Thegame postponed as the Rockies joined other sports teams and making a statement about the police shooting of Jake of Blake. It was constant. A team statement says, quote at the reflection and meeting as a group. Rocky's players have decided not the play today's game against the Diamondbacks, standing in solidarity with athletes and sports teams against social injustice. Also standing that way. Broncos players who did not practice today. Broncos players and head coach Vic Fangio spent Thursday morning talking rather than practicing a little more than an hour before practice was supposed to begin. The team gather in the Pat Bowlen Fieldhouse and held a discussion that lasted more than two hours on how to address social injustice and support the protests across the league and around the world of sports in the wake of the shooting of Jacob Lake in Wisconsin, bringing Crystal killing his radio. The MBA boycott that started the protest ball rolling last night. It gets a thumbs up from Denver's very own, Chauncey Billups. I'm proud to see that these are deserving brothers took a stand. Right, and and they understand their influence and stand a platform that's abilities. Talking with Kay Always. Logan and Louis earlier today. Also sorry hockey fans. Tomorrow night's Avalanche stars game has been postponed. Covert cases and hospitalizations continued to decline in Denver, But the city's executive director of public health and Environment says it is way too early to celebrate Bob McDonald Saysthe weeks ahead could pose great challenges like this one. We have cold and flu season. It's going to be hard on our hospital systems to manage a pandemic and then manage manage other respiratory illnesses that we see. At the same time. McDonald also knows that viruses tend to thrive in cold weather, so that could be another factor that could lead to an increase in cases. And he says the city right now is working on a plan. I offer flu vaccinations at its covert testing sites. Governor Pola says he wants Colorado to be a leader when it comes to equity, diversity and inclusion. Today he signed an executive order directing state agencies toe work towards those goals. Our next news update is at 6 30. I'm jury Bell Kaylie News radio 8 50 AM and 94 1 FM..

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"For the second straight night. There were no major violence or arrests on Friday, demonstrators say that's because federal agents have drawn down you're listening to ABC. NewsRadio. Time is 702 Denver officials are cracking down on people who violate health orders. But since last week we've issued almost two dozen citations for violation of those Orders that we have in place. Most of them fell. Youto wear face coverings. Mayor Michael Hancock says the city's positivity rate is at 4.5% he says it's an extremely good sign that Denver remains under 5%. The head of the city's Health department Bob McDonald, says officials will be out in force this weekend, making sure the public health orders are being followed. Including capacity, social distancing and, you know, making sure that people are wearing their face coverings. MacDonald says they will also enforce the state order to stop selling alcohol after 10 p.m. On all time high number of Colorado kindergartners are vaccinated. The State Health Department says the rate is 91% for measles mumps in rebellious, up 3.7% compared to last year. However, from mid March through mid July, there was an average 19% decline in vaccinations administered per week compared to the same time last year. After his 2019 season was cut short by an A C L injury. Broncos linebacker Bradley Chub says there's no doubt he'll be ready to play by the team's season opener. Chub talked about whether he feels like he needs to prove himself again. After like this leak is a very light where you don't want me now league and, um, my work here. That's two years ago now, so it's like I got to come back here with this and with the same, the same dollar value having just go and improve everybody, right? Chub says his main thing is to play football like he knows how to play football, and he feels like it will all take care of itself. Our next update at 7 30 I'm Indy Stone on K Away News Radio, 8:50 a.m. and 90 for one FM..

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Years, you've seen worse. You seen some beauties heading back to Washington. He said he plans to ban the TIC tac app from the US, saying he'll use his executive authority to do so. Administration officials have suggested the Chinese owned APP is a security threat. That's something tic tac and I setting that all of this information is stored in the U. S. And access is restricted. You're listening to ABC. NewsRadio thymus for oh to Denver officials are cracking down on people who violate health orders. But since last week we've issued almost two dozen citations for violation of those Orders that we have in place. Most of them fell. Youto wear face coverings in my clan. Cox says The city's positivity rate is at 4.5% he says. It's an extremely good sign that Denver remains under 5%. The head of the city's Health department. Bob McDonald says officials will be out in force this weekend, making sure the public health orders are being followed, including capacity, social distancing and, you know, making sure that people are wearing their face coverings. MacDonald says. They will also enforce the state order to stop selling alcohol after 10 p.m. After his 2019 season was cut short by an A C L injury. Broncos linebacker Bradley Chub says there's no doubt he'll be ready to play by the team season opener. Chub talked about whether he feels like he needs to prove himself again. I still like this league is a very light where you don't fall me now league and, um, my work here. That's two years ago now, so it's like I got to come back in with this. And with the same the same dog until you have it just going to improve anybody's Chub says his main thing is to play football like he knows how to play it, and he feels like it will all take care of itself. An all time high number of Colorado kindergartners are vaccinated. The State Health Department says the rate is 91% for measles, mumps and rubella, up 3.7% compared to last year. However, from mid March through mid July, there was an average 19% decline and childhood and adolescent back steins administered per week compared to the same time last year. Officials say it's critical to keep kids vaccinations up to date. And not doing so puts the state.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Conference call with Denver media yesterday his father Andy is having because I'm on Pat Shurmur's new playbook rather than have teammates helped him or repeat them into a mere like he did as a rookie not as much right now not as much right now it's more so Andy read them out to me is not I don't want to arise every new place you know I I'd rather him just stick to known what tune three job was in fourteen fifteen that kind of deal so far as you know in your email out to me is doing a good job I am teaching some rhythm on out of all places pretty choppy at first but I think we got it we got it down are now between Jackson also met with the media Tuesday and was pretty strong in saying he didn't want to play football again until it's totally safe lock maybe not as strong in his stance necessarily as K. Jack was but he's not going to demand they start playing football until the time is right I'm definitely going to for that to the professionals the doctors everything I'm no expert on the crown of ours as of right now so I'll let them decide that whatever they decide it's it's okay for us to play and you know I'm ready to play and the Broncos Jersey numbers to the rookies on Tuesday jury duty will wear ten fellow wide receiver K. J. hammer thirteen quarterback Michael Jim Ludia twenty three and drew lock's favorite target at Missouri tight end Albert quick but non is gonna where eighty five so maybe he can start going by Albert chose Cinco that's more some rain across all in Keighley news radio the Broncos buffs and rockets thanks right now on Colorado's morning news there is a new complain about the federal government's work to obtain personal protective equipment ten honest complaints into Congress claims that FEMA used an experienced volunteers to find protective equipment as the virus spread as ABC's Alex per share his chair cushion was put in charge of leading that procurement effort T. mobile testing sites coming to parts of Denver that some experts say have been under served since the pandemic head and over the upcoming weeks we're gonna work with the department of safety and other partners to launch up to seven units Bob McDonald at the Denver department of public health and environment a youth baseball and softball tournament will be held this weekend in Missouri A. B. C.'s rhyme borough fifty four teams will compete in game times mother's day classic Saturday and Sunday in the Saint Louis area the players ranging in age from seven to fourteen face masks will not be required but there will be social distancing rules yeah only three socially distance kids will be allowed in the dugouts at a time and benches will be sanitized between games baseball sanitized between.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"That's all follow the bottom please yes but our local work okay ninety will get any question for Bob McDonald governor has made clear that he wants aggressive enforcement of the limit in terms of the number of people in the workplace is your health department have the bandwidth to do all the things you need to do and scale up testing can be the primary enforcers on workplace one yeah I think you could give me your phone screens some feedback please leave your phone thanks I thank you for the question Kyle you know you you raise a good point about resources being stretched I do believe we're going to be able to do that successfully you know every step of the way this is not banned and efforts solely followed out are carried out by the department of public health and environment we've had many partners great partners throughout the city safety and community planning and development excise and licenses and many many other departments that have stepped up to assist with every decision every step of the way including enforcement so I do believe we're going to be successful with doing that that being said we rely on the public we rely on employees that they seized concerns to call that into three one one we've been very successful in applying rapid and our response with following up on those concerns when they come to our attention year old fox thirty one year you talk about communicating to the public new guidelines as they come out where can we see what currently is in place what's going to be changing where can it all be available and how soon do you plan to have guidelines for that we're thinking they would be open to a third yeah I appreciate that the cold very good question let me clarify again Denver's order stayed home or did not expire until April thirtieth and so even with the governor's move for toward opening or easing the opening of the state this weekend Devers would would remain in place for an additional four days and so we're extending that order out to may the eighth again what we know today is what will be in place up until may eighth and it's important that people understand that the businesses that have been permitted to open up until our during this stay at home order a considered essential businesses will continue to operate those who have not been allowed to open will still not be allowed to openness and Denver Colorado until may the eighth fastest me may ninth the as we roll through may ninth so midnight may ninth this is Connor I was worried thanks.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Cable, says there's been a sea change among democratic lawmakers since then that see changes happened, not because of some sort of like magic because people have been putting their foot in their rear ends of legislators consistently. But even if attitudes among Democrats have changed in favor of stricter gun control, the laws, haven't, if anything they've become more lax after former Republican governor, Bob McDonald, sign legislation in two thousand twelve that reversed a law limiting Virginians to purchase one handgun per month this year a Republican led subcommittee. What has become an annual tradition of quietly voting down over a dozen democratic gun control bills for governor north and other Democrats. Friday's shooting shows the need for stricter laws now here's north at a press conference on Tuesday. It is unforgivable to turn our municipal centers at our schools, our churches, and synagogues and mosque into battlefields. North says he'll ask lawmakers to take up many of the bills. That failed to pass this year. That includes mandatory universal background checks, and allowing local governments to ban. Firearms in municipal buildings. I will be asking for votes and laws, not thoughts and prayers north appeared alongside a slew of Virginia Democrats first time he's done. So since a racist photo on his yearbook page surface in February the state's Republican speaker of the house, her cock seemed to allude to that. In a statement, he called the timing of north special session, quote hasty and suspect he said, the GOP would focus instead on stricter mandatory minimum sentence laws, and Republican state Senator build a Steph, Virginia Beach says, it's too soon to talk about gun control. We truly need to bury the dead before we have that conversation. We'd be we should be focused planning, our funerals. He isn't convinced that new legislation will make a difference and no gun control laws would have stopped, what happened fighting in my district the Steph is one. Of a handful of Republicans facing tough reelection this year in districts that have gotten a few shades bluer and polling shows some measures proposed by Democrats, like background checks at gun shows are popular with Virginians from all parties right now. Democrats hands are tied by the Republican led legislature. But with all hundred forty seats for reelection. This November north.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"That. Even working there by the Notre center seventy five but on the left side, I went to Bob Evans. And I had to go to. Let's see tonight was Bob McDonald's to get a coke because those weren't working in its. Oh shit. Have power I was going to ask if you laws power dig. Power a last night. And what I wouldn't end this morning, we were using a flashlight and they were trying to get people. You know we escort to the department was kind of hard. But it oh gee what you thought you were busy before it. Lowe's, lots of blue tarp specials. Any future. Raiders. Oh, I bet. What, what killed us and we're talking about the power outages. And then there were boil water Lert s-, if you have electric city or a match to let your gas stove how the heck do you boil water? I mean it's, it's a catch twenty two. It's, it's, it's really awful though. I'm glad you're ok though I honest to goodness when we woke up and saw in the morning. The stories on the news about the tornado hitting the Dayton area. The first thing Kristen, I looked at each other and said, was gotta hope Dick's, okay. We thought of you, first buddy. I'm gary. Glad to know that you're doing, okay. Do you have power now at your house? It was just a big. It was just rained it came down in strong win Monday night. But when the pictures. I wanna wanna take show channel seven news showed that picture Jerry Geffen on. I mean I was just. Oh,.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

Quirks and Quarks

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks

"You would you know are shared inherit crack hi i'm bob mcdonald on this week's program plastics are the best worst thing about modern society we can leave without them about their choking are environment science solve are plastics problem plastic at the moment if you it illiterate entity oceans onto the soil it will stay there for hundreds to thousands south and he is an a mysterious ailments in a baby boy leads to a new understanding of our brains are built one of the things about being pediatric geneticist is on any given day you could see a patient you could spend the rest of their life through career thinking about this is one of those patients plus a new study study suggests there's something about processed food that makes us overeat something else kicks in that we still don't fully understand that causes people to increased how many calories they eat also physicians develop a new app for diagnosing children's ear infections at all you have your smartphone you have a piece of paper and you have taping this end is the mood alive at least geologically speaking the fact that we saw the new quake correlating lift the car pulled up got to be might still be present today all this and more today on works and works in from the product we rely on you we run be amazing benefit plastics are all around have you tried saran wrap it really is amazing saran wrap is crystal clear plastic and look saran wrap clean like love it it's difficult to imagine a world without plastic as we've developed new and more useful kinds of plastics over the last century is becoming a central part of modern life here's a bit of an illustration strange and just look around you and pick out how many things are made of plastic some of the plastics cr v computer mouse the clock the telephone the plastic bottle right in front of me right now the case on my phone the shoes on my feet the computer screen the tv remote shoes you're a great example or walking around on a four five different plastics today i gotta cafes and i saw lots of cutlery end single use items and disposable plastic everything anything in this world that is lightweight or a child with the balloon if you're listening in your car you're holding a plastic steering wheel on a plastic dashboard twiddling plastic buttons on your classic radio at home you may be sitting plastic chair wearing clothing that includes plastic fibers on a plastic rug or a hardwood floor with a plastic finish it's pretty much inescapable in are world end there's a reason for this plastic is terrific fake stuff so let's make a case for plastics plastics are one of the greatest materials that we've ever invented it jira bowl which is also what makes it very bad plastics being very lightweight a very easy to to mold has made this material fundamental to the way we manufacture and make products we use every day so that the moment it really cheap and easily available they have done a lot of great things for society and i think will continue to do great things society i definitely don't think we would have half of the things we have today without the use of plastics well let's run through just some of the benefits.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Freedom shared their stories at an event sponsored by Virginia's for reconciliation times dispatch reports dread. Scott descendant, Lynn Jackson and Charlie Tenny. A descendant of chief Justice Roger Tenny spoke last week at the Jinya union university Scott suit in eighteen forty seven seeking freedom for himself his wife and their daughters. The case reached the supreme court in eighteen fifty seven ten as majority opinion that said no black people could ever be US citizens was affectively overturned by the thirteenth and fourteenth amendment after the civil war. Former governor Bob McDonald recently formed the reconciliation group to support racial healing through conversation of policy changes Keith Peters, Washington. The city. Health officials have ordered nearly everyone at a heavily orthodox Jewish New York neighborhood to be back sedated for measles or face fines. This is townhall dot com. The European Commission says Facebook has changed the fine print at its terms of service to clearly explain that it makes money by selling access to user's data social media giant modified, his terms after discussions with the commission and consumer protection authorities you with already stepped up scrutiny. Facebook's terms after the Cambridge analytic data privacy scandal in which the data on eighty seven million Facebook users was allegedly improperly harvested, the changes are part of broader global efforts to rein in social media companies made concerns about privacy breaches harmful content and other online abusive correspondent, Jerry house. The major call center operator will off about eight hundred employees for its Tucson location. Concentrates corporation recently filed a notice with the state of Arizona saying that seven hundred eighty five workers would be affected by mass layoff. The employs were informed through a letter required by federal law that their last day on the job would be April thirtieth more of these stories at townhall dot com..

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"That it's a black slave who sued for his freedom and the US supreme court Justice who denied that freedom shared their stories at that sponsored by Virginia's for reconciliation times dispatch reports dread. Scott descendant, Lynn Jackson and Charlie Tenny. A descendant of chief Justice Roger Tenny spoke last week at the junior union university Scott suit in eighteen forty seven seeking freedom for himself his wife and their daughters. The case reached the supreme court in eighteen fifty seven ten as majority opinion that said no black people could ever be US citizens was offensively overturned by the thirteenth and fourteenth amendment after the civil war. Former governor Bob McDonald recently formed the reconciliation group to support racial healing through conversation of policy changes Keith Peters, Washington. New York City. Health officials have ordered nearly everyone at a heavily orthodox Jewish New York neighborhood to be back sedated for measles or face fines. This is townhall dot com. The European Commission says Facebook has changed the fine print at its terms of service to clearly explain that makes money by selling access to user status. Social media giant modified his terms after discussions with the commission and consumer protection thirties. EU? Authorities stepped up scrutiny of Facebook's terms after the Cambridge analytic data privacy scandal in which the data on eighty seven million Facebook users was allegedly improperly harvested, the changes are part of broader global efforts to rein in social media companies amid concerns about privacy breaches harmful content and other online abusive correspondent, Jerry house. The major call center operator will they off about eight hundred employees for its Tucson location. Concentrates corporation recently filed a notice with the state of Arizona saying that seven hundred eighty five workers would be affected by mass layoff. The employs were informed through a letter required by federal law that their last day on the job of the April thirtieth more of these stories at townhall dot com. Patrick fos. We're here at credit repair dot com. The most recognized name in the industry when it comes to resolving credit report issues and.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Up a scotch turf builder program today. Health officials report the worst of the flu season may be over. But they're watching a troublesome bug. The peak of the flu season has passed. Probably forecasters from the centers for disease control and prevention say the flu is widespread in forty eight states down one from last week a good sign the end is near but they're also watching a wave of illnesses from a nastier strain of flu one more apt to cause hospitalizations and deaths especially among the elderly for the last two weeks that bug has been seen more than the milder one that prevailed. Most of the winter still they say there's a ninety percent chance. The flu season has already passed its peak. Warren Levinson, New York. Former army the army intelligence analyst Chelsea Manning who served years in prison for leaking one of the largest troves of classified documents and US history was sent to jail Friday for refusing to testify before a grand jury investigating WikiLeaks. News and analysis at townhall dot com. To federal agencies have announced the rules for inspections of meat produced in laboratories instead of farm with more companies exploring meat that's grown in a lab from cow or chicken cells US food regulators have drawn up a plan for monitoring this new type of food the food and Drug administration says it will monitor the first stages of the so-called cultured meat process, including cell collection, and growth and then hand off oversight for production and labelling to the US department of agriculture regulators are looking at new ways to label this food already. Some are calling it clean neat because they're not raising or slaughtering live animals. Jackie Quinn, Washington. Former Virginia governor Bob McDonald says the formation of a racial reconciliation group that he leads was divine providence as a began just weeks before a racist. Photograph on governor Ralph Northam yearbook.

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"bob mcdonald" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

10:11 min | 3 years ago

"bob mcdonald" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"We are here in the mobile studio at the Consumer Electronics Show here in Las Vegas, and we have another repeat guest. Bob, McDonald, Savar, welcome. Thanks to taking the time out of this craziness out here called, thanks. They'll happen to be here again and happy to reconnect with my old Glenwood, buddy. Yeah. Yeah. Closer. You don't recall. He shared the story a little bit last year show. Baba's a is a long term one of the top five analysts in Silicon Valley covered the space for many many years, which impacted me when I was at HP, and it turns out that Bob and reconnected when I was at HP, but Bob, and I ended up going to junior high and high school the other on the south side of Chicago. So we always have this little fun jab about doing shoutouts to the old gangs and down and Glenwood and a factoid that even longtime listeners probably don't know. Is that Bill was a decent baritone player. Yeah. Yeah. It was first year. Verita remind Bob I share baritone. He was second chair trombone that was only briefly why battle with. You've been out roaming around the show here at C S O. What what are you seeing? That's kind of interesting pets it is. It is an obvious the show just continues to grow in terms of its relevance areas. You know? And you've got all got the wacky gadgets as if you've had for a long time, obviously automotive is huge more more robotics this year. We can talk more about that a little bit. But you know, once fascinating takeaway, and since you brought up and this really kind of hit me is that ironically, some of the biggest announcements, I think this year, some of the biggest noise is actually been from the old school categories PC's and TV. And those are the two largest categories from a revenue perspective. That exists in consumer electronics people often forget that. And they still bribe the bulk of the purchases per dollar spent. And the other interesting thing about them all the announcement incremental right? There were no breakthrough announcements. I did just come from the press conference where they announced their first seven nanometer break. But really at the end of the day all of these things a relatively for mental. And I think that's also reflection of where the consumer electronics industry is as a whole. I think there have been times where we've had a big jumps. And then kind of more evolutionary then jumps and then evolutionary, and I feel like we're we're on the cusp of big ones. I think but we're just on the cost and a lot of the stuff this year. I thought was kind of interesting in terms of it being more enhancements in these areas. You know, we saw eight KT, which I would argue Israel. It's kind of an evolution. People with others. We saw obviously advances on everything from an Intel and AMD, and then all the system guys are announcing systems and a ton of gaming gaming is a huge deal. There's a lot of that. And some of what I think is going to be really big which is game streaming by think, we're we're a little bit earlier there were some interest. The volume of video traffic over twitch. But I'm talking about actually delivering the game. So in other words, a Netflix for games played bass game. I don't have to pay. I'm in the middle of a major upgrade on my black. Bright was an example writers drop three grand on doing a PC upgrade. Right. Daming? Rick. You don't need to do that. Look, you're never gonna get you know. The exact same experience. When you have the latest generation are there. But for a lot of people the ability to be able to play a game like at the AM press office. They talked about their deal with Google to do the Google stream system where you're going to be able to play from a browser on anything and get ten eighty sixty frames per second on some triple a type game, regardless of what kind of device hardware you have. That's great. Because what it does introduces bore people the opportunity lady, the ones really get into it. Then we'll get a dedicated rig. But it gives you the flexibility. Also when we think about cloud gaming to start something on a session somewhere. And then if you move around onto another device or you're traveling pick it up on a different device that doesn't necessarily have same level. Of course. So anyway, I think that's an interesting thing. So that was one of the big takeaways was this kind of sense of what's going on. And then we start to see things like obviously LG showed their role last year role. Foldable TV Rollerball, whatever you wanna call in the years that I've been flexible, too, I know, exactly. But now they're gonna actually announce it announced it's gonna be a real product. That was the difference. So I thought that was interesting development as well. But again, sort of I would argue more of an incremental thing within the big category. Other interesting news and TV's force was the apple I tunes in home kit integration with a lot of the big TV player. So for years Apple's had obviously not only not a physical presence, but not much of a real presence at sea after the early days when a huge portion of CBS would be apple accessories. That's kind of all die down there. But it's not as big a deal. Right. And so Apple's influence on the show really kind of wait. Now, all of a sudden, they finally opened up home kit and items be software as and their work. They announced the deal with Samsung for I tunes and then with Samsung, Sony, LG and dizzy. Or on kit and airplay to and eventually, I think tunes on on those. Level. Also announced apple TV app. What I'm saying? That's the apple TV, I tunes app on on all these. So when apple announces their streaming service as they're expected to later this year, all of a sudden, all these smart TV's, we'll be able to play it without having to buy an apple though, that was actually a very interesting, but again incremental panel discussion, but also highlights streaming and the importance of. We're going to see in terms of streaming Donnelly video content said. So to me again, pulling it back it's about the evolution of these extreme categories, integrating some of the new stuff, the cloud based thing and kind of giving us a different view of where we're going overall. Yeah. I agree with you. They, you know, we're seeing aka we've actually there some sixteen kids on the floor in my view. Everybody always asks because it's gonna drive like a consumer rush to like when everybody upgrade HD. Right. But at least he was a different form factor. It was a big step up you go from HD even four K you roughly fifty fifty with consumers being able to tell the difference. What we find actually leaves? My opinion is is color actually has a bigger impact on the perception of resolution, then resolution does absolutely. And the reason why or cake. TV's are doing. So I'll now is because they're four K H E R the high dynamic, and that's the thing that is getting people to go up to four K. Does you're right on the resolution side, you have to be really big super big screens or super close in some cases color makes a big deal. So the concern with a K is we'll look you already got HDR four K all you're really getting AK. Is that extras, oh, by the way, right now, there's zero content. What you're doing is making pixel. Your upscale, you know, four k content. Do these screen so and the interesting thing on on the Cape brunt is we're getting a very, you know. As expected an enormous range of of solution. Some benders have been really discreet about how to separate aka from K others are just like they're throwing a across the line. I think that's going to use. And I dug in this a little bit. So for example, Sony, they're only eight gate. Are larger than therefore? So there's a very discreet simple way to say. Look if you want an eighty eight or ninety five I know, it's great. But if you want something that big, then we'll give you eight K. Right. And you figure anybody who wants a TV that big probably wants eight cakes. Exactly. So that makes sense. But with a lot of these other vendors, they're you know, they're doing fifty five or sixty five that's the mainstream of four cases. It was like, wait a minute. Now. How do you sell that? Really? I think confused, so we'll see what happens. But again, none of it's gonna matter until there's AK content. That's a long way off. Well, I think it actually gonna come around sooner. Because in the case of the work that we do at Kibble labs. One of our members j com Japan, the whole push to eight K is because it's a regulatory requirement in Japan or the twenty twenty one twenty Olympics cable operators and broadcasters in Japan have to be able to transmit AK content because they're going to shoot it. Okay. Right. So it again, you could argue whether that's a good regulatory push to drive innovation or not such a good thing. But it's a lot of attention getting a huge amount of attention in Japan in the ramp up to the twenty twenty Olympics. We're gonna take another quick commercial break when we come back. We're gonna continue our conversation with Bob McDonnell talking about what are all the new and exciting and interesting things happening in Las Vegas here.

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Bob McDonald talks to Dr. Andrew Derocher about the state of polar bear populations

Quirks and Quarks

00:32 sec | 4 years ago

Bob McDonald talks to Dr. Andrew Derocher about the state of polar bear populations

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No Major Upgrades for Latest iPhone Out in the Fall

BTV Simulcast

00:39 sec | 4 years ago

No Major Upgrades for Latest iPhone Out in the Fall

"You'll Fever. Podcast This is. Bloomberg technology I'm Emily Chang in San Francisco about two, years ago Samsung rolled out its. Highly anticipated note. Seven device what was planned as its crowning achievement and greatest shot to take on. Chief rival apple became a disappointing turning point for. The company there was a design flaw that caused devices to spontaneously combust leading to recalls and apologies that cut into profits companies hoping it's unpacked event this Thursday. In Brooklyn New York is the start of, new, chapter however unveiling the galaxy. Note nine that starts

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