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WTOP

03:04 min | 6 months ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTOP

"Medical contributor doctor David agus says the FDA has granted emergency authorization for the vaccines What's next What will happen is there would be a vote by the CDC advisory committee and if that comes through which I assume it will is that beginning early next week probably on Tuesday there will be vaccines for young children The last population to be eligible for the vaccine in the United States The Biden administration has 10 million doses to distribute The Iowa Supreme Court has made it easier for lawmakers to limit or ban abortion it reversed a decision by the court just four years ago that guaranteed the right to abortion under the Iowa state constitution Shina Dooley is with Planned Parenthood The majority of iowans really support the right to make what should be private medical decisions between a person and their doctor the Iowa decision comes as the U.S. Supreme Court will soon release its decision on abortion It has been a frustrating few days for air travelers more from CBS Steve butterman Some of the delays and cancellations are the result of weather problems others are being caused by staffing shortages This woman made it on tour plane then on to the runway but then wait wait wait It would be an hour then it was two hours and it was three hour thousands of flights have been canceled over the past few days Some 20 students are part of a federal lawsuit that stems from a deadly shooting at their Michigan high school CBS Jennifer Kuiper has that story The students say their constitutional rights to safety and education have been violated They are demanding a review and changes after the November 2021 Oxford Michigan high school shooting that left four students dead and 6 other students and a teacher wounded Several former fraternity members have been sentenced after a hazing death three former members of the phi Kappa alpha fraternity at Bowling Green state university in Ohio have been sentenced to county jail terms while two others were ordered to serve house arrest The 5 were charged after the march 2021 death of a 20 year old sophomore Authorities say stone faults died of alcohol poisoning After he was haste into drinking an entire bottle of alcohol CBS Jim crissalis volts died three days after he was put on life support Emergency medical technicians are putting their own call for help Long hours a high level of stress and one of the worst paid jobs in healthcare the result is a nationwide shortage of emergency medical technicians union president Lee almeida represents California healthcare workers at local 12 9 11 You risk different types of diseases you risk getting injured and people are realizing it's just not worth what we're getting paid This is CBS News No fees or minimums and no overdraft fees are another reason banking with Capital One is the easiest decision What's in your wallet Capital One NA member FDIC It's 9 O three on Saturday June 18th 67° sunny less humid Amazing day high is in the mid to upper 70s Good morning I'm Nick.

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"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"And the director of the Ohio Department of Health warning of a strain on the state's hospitals from Covid 19 patients from one year ago today. Even though about half of us today are well protected by vaccination. Our daily hospitalizations are about triple What they were last year, Dr Bruce Vanderhof says, because of the influx is with milder routine health concerns should avoid the ER and contact their doctors instead. Well, the people charged in a hazing death of a bowling. Green State University student pleading guilty. 21 year old Neil Sweeney entered his plea Thursday, and Wood County will be sentenced in February. Stone faults Graduated Bucket Valley High school died in March after attending an off campus event. By the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Sweeney admitted to four counts, including hazing and involuntary manslaughter. Father of the family members accused of killing eight members of the road and family in 2016 and Pike County had a hearing Thursday the first since one of his sons flipped. A judge in Pike County has turned down the request by attorneys for Billy Wagner that the death penalty should be taken off the table. Because his son Jake, has already agreed to testify against the rest of his family. In exchange for that, however, prosecutors say Jake hasn't testified yet and after he does is when the state will decide if he did enough. I'm Jack Crumley latest neighborhood safety notice for the Ohio State University warned students of the murder near the campus shooting occurred just after three PM Thursday. The residents along North Fourth Street The victim was taken a great medical center but died a short time later. Ohio State's of the victims, not a university, student, faculty or staff member that shooting just one of four deadly shootings across Columbus late Wednesday. And early this morning, ABC six Is Mike McCarthy reporting from the scene of one of those along East Main Street. This shooting happened just before 12 15 this morning, and at this point we don't know what led up to the gunfire. The police believe the person who was killed was a homeless person, and they have no suspects in the shooting of fatal shooting also occurred along Floral Circle south near Norton Road, where a victim was found inside a car shooting victim was also found last night along Gilbert Street in Old Town East. That victim died at the hospital radio 6 10 w T v N SPORTS This Buckeye Football update from mid state basement systems and Klaus Roofing Buckeyes are looking to repeat a 42 3 drubbing of Tulsa Back in 2000 and 16, the only other time the team I have met Kick off is at 3 30. Best bucket coverage. Pregame show gets under way at noon on 6 10. W TVN Red Shut out. The Pirates won nothing and yesterday's matinee in Pittsburgh, ending their four game skid. The Cardinals are off as they await the Padres tonight, who beat the Giants yesterday. 74 since he remains a game back of the final wild card spot. They host the Dodgers tonight, part of a three game series the tribe of the day off. They had to New York to take on the Yankees tonight and the Clippers lost in Toledo, 5 to 1 from the central Ohio Honda Dealer Sports desk. My campaign. In a news radio 6 10 w. T. V N. Coming up in 60. Seconds on news, First of five A look at more news from around Ohio and today's house calls for health. Seven ounce extend w. T V and makes his son in class today if you pop.

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"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WGN Radio

"At Ground zero. I'm Julie Walker. Vice President, Kamala Harris spoke from Shanksville, Pennsylvania, at the hijacked plane crash site We saw after 9 11. How fear can be used to sew division in our nation as Sikh and Muslim Americans were targeted because of how they looked or how they worshipped former President George W. Bush. Was there honoring the passengers on flight 93. How Americans responded. There was shock at the audacity, audacity of evils. And gratitude for the heroism and decency that opposed it. And the sacrifice of the first responders in the mutual aid of strangers in the solidarity of grief and grace. The actions of an enemy revealed the spirit of a people. The Taliban raised their iconic white flag over the Afghan presidential palace and of low key ceremony just as the U. S and the world marked the 9 11 attacks. It marks the start of the work of the All male All Taliban interim government in Afghanistan. WGN TV and radio This weekend is mourning the loss of longtime former news anchor Alison Pain who's died. WGN's Michael Nutter chronicles her Chicago Broadcasting career that began in 1990 soon become the face of Chicago's very own WGN, covering all the big stories both nationally and internationally, from politics to sports to tracing Barack Obama's roots in Kenya. To traveling to South Africa to the average coast with Reverend Jesse Jackson. She did it all. Numerous delays and cancellations were reported at O'Hare. Alison grew up in the Motor City, earned a bachelor of arts degree at the University of Detroit Mercy and got her masters at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. While she grew up in Detroit, Allison would soon call Chicago her adopted home where she was a news anchor for WGN TV for 21 years. Alison. Pain was 57. A 17 year old boy was charged this morning in a Carjacking in the south loop. The boy, who is not being named, was identified as the person who took a 54 year old man's vehicle by force on Wednesday, and the 200 block of West 22nd place. Sports fans who bought specialty license plates have raised millions of dollars for Illinois schools. Here's dropped WGN's Ron Brown, there were over 71,000 sport team license plates sold in Illinois. That translates to more than $13 million for Illinois public schools because $25 out of every sale goes to public education. Fans can order random numbers personalized or vanity plates with the team's logo on it. The most popular team played as the White Sox, followed by the Blackhawks, Cubs, bears and Bulls. There are more ST Louis Cardinal fan team place in Illinois than in Missouri. Ron Brown. WGN NEWS, WGN Sports were the Northwestern Wildcats speeding Indiana State earlier today 24 to 6. North Carolina State meets Mississippi State tonight in college football. You can hear the game live at six o'clock, He runs 7 20 w G. N baseball right now. Cubs middle of the fourth, trailing the Giants at Wrigley Field, 6 to 3. The White Sox host Boston tonight at 6 10.

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"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cast jersey Chevrolet. The Ohio BNV is warning residents about possible long line Starting tomorrow is Covid 19 extensions expire at midnight tonight. The grace period to renew license plates and driver's licenses will end. BNV estimates around 400,000 Ohioans have expired tags or licenses right now, they say, to take care of as many online options ahead of time at BNV at Ohio dot gov. That includes getting in line virtually to cut down on wait times. The Ohio House, meanwhile, sending an anti hazing bill onto the governor after voting to approve it yesterday. Senate Bill 1 26 better known as Collins laws on Governor Mike DeWine's desk, and if signed a crackdown on hazing at Ohio colleges earlier this month. The bill passed in the state Senate, then went to the house where it passed last Friday. But an amendment was out of requiring another vote in the Senate Tuesday, where it passed. The bill would require colleges to report hazing incidents and provide anti hazing training to students and faculty. The bill is named in memory of Colon Wyatt, who died during a fraternity hazing incident at Ohio University and failed to reach the governor's desk last year, but received new support this session after Stone folds his death in March in a similar incident Bowling Green State University. I'm Sean Gallagher. NewsRadio 700 WLW. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he is all for paying college athletes for their name, image and likeness. But he also has some reservations, saying that he does not want the changes to impact title nine and non revenue sports. I don't want to see us at the end of the day, with fewer women able to participate in sports because universities have to drop teams.

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Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Cloudy tonight, chance for a few showers. You're low down to 69 rounds of rain Continue tomorrow, A high of 77. 72 degrees right now News, the service of a E. Door and Window and Zimmer, Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and Ram in Florence. The Ohio BNV is warning residents about possible long line starting tomorrow as Covid 19 extensions expire at midnight tonight. The grace period to renew license plates and driver's licenses will end. B M V. Estimates around 400,000 Ohioans have expired tags or licenses, and we'll need to visit a local office to renew their documents they say to take care of as many online options ahead of time at BNV dot Ohio dot gov, including getting in line virtually to cut down on those wait times. Ohio House, meanwhile, is sending an anti hazing bill to the governor after voting to approve it yesterday sent about 1 26, better known as Collins Law is on Governor Mike DeWine's desk and, if signed, would crack down on hazing at Ohio colleges earlier this month. The bill passed in the state Senate, then went to the house where it passed last Friday. But an amendment was at a requiring another vote in the Senate Tuesday, where it passed. The bill would require colleges to report hazing incidents and provide anti hazing training to students and faculty. The bill is named in memory of Colon Wyatt, who died during a fraternity hazing incident at Ohio University. It failed to reach the governor's desk last year, but received new support this session after Stone folds his death in March in a similar incident Bowling Green State University. I'm Sean Gallagher. NewsRadio 700 WLW. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says he is all for paying college athletes for their name, image and likeness. But he also has some reservations, saying he does not want the changes to impact title nine and non revenue sports. I don't want to see us at the end of the day, with fewer women able to participate in sports because universities have to drop teams And fewer men who were in non revenue sporting activities no longer have an opportunity for scholarship and a chance to participate. The Republican leader says. The next step is to work.

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WTVN

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"APP for free, meanwhile, is a pretty busy day at the Ohio Statehouse. Yesterday of series of bills were passed. With the Ohio Senate and now head to the alarm. Ohio House for consideration. Substitute Senate Bill 1 26. This is Collins Law was written after call it Wyatt of Dublin died in 2018. Following an alleged fraternity hazing incident at OU that measures sought to renew detention following the death of bowling Green State University student stone vaults earlier this year. And then there's Senate Bill 1 76, which would legalize and we talked about this a little bit with McCoy last hour legalized sports betting in Ohio. I think there was a general consensus that we knew eventually this is going to be coming. So another one is Senate Bill 1 87 that would allow college student athletes to be compensated. For the use of their name, image and likeness, and it was another drawing. Last night. At least the drawing already happened, but we it was made public who won the latest vaccine million with the scholarship and the $1 Million A friendly woman and a Cincinnati teenager are the latest winners for Ohio's vaccination drives. Suzanne Ward is this week's winner of the $1 Million and Sean Hoarding when the full ride for your scholarship. Suzanne is from the Finley area, and if you don't know how that scholarship works, it's any Public College University in Ohio. And hard to believe there's just one more trying left. Still got one more chance. If you're waiting on that $1 million, and in other news real quick if you plan on flying out today or tomorrow, Here we are. It's Thursday in Southwest Airlines is still facing travel issues. That stems from Monday after a series of technical problems. The New York Times now reporting that the airline experienced its third consecutive day of delays and cancellations, and yesterday So of course. This comes after just a big issue of weather data and the weather data supplier on Monday, and some of those internal system problems, then jumped in on Tuesday. I know we're going to Jay Ratliff with us tomorrow. We might as well ask him about that at this point tomorrow and coming up ahead around 6 35. We've got Michael Bauer from NBC News radio and some audio from yesterday, including what Putin had to say his take from it. I would have to say most Americans, probably not too happy about what he had to say, and I think it's one of the problems. When you don't have a joint press conference right now at 6, 18 traffic and weather together from temp star heating and cooling products, Here's Johnny Hill Reminder. Police and fire still working with a pole fire on old Tangie River Road south of 1 61. Up on the north side, You can pick up Lynn Worth Road as a detour or 3 15 between 1 61 in Bethel wrote..

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KPRC 950 AM

02:16 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on KPRC 950 AM

"Radio station. A confession from a major pipeline operator. Lisa Brady. Fox NEWS Colonial, admitting in a published report that it did pay the hackers who hit the company with Ransomware Colonial pipelines. CEO says he authorized the $4.4 million ransom payment because the company didn't know the extent of the damage from the May 7th cyber attack and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the pipelines computer systems back online. Joseph Blount, telling the Wall Street Journal he did. Make the decision lightly, but it was the right thing to do for the country, 60 Rapoport. The attack led to a shutdown that disrupted the gas supply. The FBI discourages paying ransom, where Attackers who hit thousands of businesses and healthcare systems in the U. S. In the past year, the Israeli prime minister pushing back on President Biden's call to wind down the fighting with Palestinian militants in Gaza. Some Democrats have been urging President Biden, depressed for a cease fire, including congresswoman receded to leave, who spoke to the president during his trip to her home state of Michigan yesterday. Aid to recede It's lead claims, the Democratic congresswoman told Biden yesterday. Quote the US cannot continue to give the right wing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu government billions each year to commit crimes against Palestinians. Atrocities like bombing schools cannot be tolerated, much less conducted. With us supplied weapons After that allegedly happened. The president told Israel he wants them to de escalate by today, which Republicans argue is just to get progressives at home off his back not to protect Israelis. This is Peter Doocy at the White House. Prime minister Netanyahu says the operation will continue until its aim is met. Seven current and former fraternity members plead not guilty in the hazing death of a bowling Green State University student in Ohio Stone folds died three days after an off campus ritual that included excessive amounts of alcohol. America is listening to Fox News. Hey, it's Fred Larson, inviting you to download and listen to the new daily Fox on tech podcasts. There's part of a colorful late nineties. I'm AC on Mars. It's an idea that seems a lot like Kickstarter called Building. This isn't the first time we've heard about North Korea..

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KSFO-AM

02:04 min | 1 year ago

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"Didn't know the extent of the damage from the May 7th cyber attack and wasn't sure how long it would take to bring the pipelines computer systems back online. Joseph Blount telling the Wall Street Journal he didn't make this Vision lightly, but it was the right thing to do for the country, Steve Rapoport. The attack led to a shutdown that disrupted the gas supply. The FBI discourages paying ransom, where Attackers who hit thousands of businesses and healthcare systems in the U. S. In the past year he Israeli prime minister pushing back on President Biden's call to wind down the fighting with Palestinian militants in Gaza. Some Democrats have been urging President Biden, depressed for a cease fire, including congresswoman receded to leave, who spoke to the president during his trip to her home state of Michigan yesterday. Aid to recede It's lead claims, the Democratic congresswoman told Biden yesterday Quote US cannot continue to give the right wing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu government billions each year to commit crimes against Palestinians. Atrocities like bombing schools cannot be tolerated, much less conducted with us supplied weapons. After that allegedly happened, the president told Israel he wants them to de escalate by today, which Republicans argue is just to get progressives at home off his back. Not to protect Israelis. Boxes. Peter Doocy at the White House Prime Minister Netanyahu says the operation will continue until its aim is met. Seven current and former fraternity members plead not guilty in the hazing death of a bowling Green State University student in Ohio Stone folds died three days after an off campus ritual that included excessive amounts. Of Alcohol. America is listening to Fox knees. Had paid for by the Sentinel group, known attorney spokesperson ATTENTION This is an important message for anyone diagnosed with Parkinson's disease after being exposed to paraquat or other similar herbicides. Paraquat is a chemical commonly used by farmers and those that work with or apply her. Besides residences near agricultural sites are also at risk for exposure. Scientific research showed that exposure to paraquat close to a.

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WTVN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"Out. In most situations, however, some places may still require you to mask up. Labor groups have warned that in Employees at stores, restaurants and other businesses could be left exposed to the virus from customers. And so several major chains are taking a wait and see approach. Companies that are keeping mask mandates include Target. Starbucks, CBS, a Costco, Kroger, Home Depot and Meyer. Each company's statement reflected the same sentiment that the company was evaluating or re evaluating the guidance from the CDC. This is OK, says the governor, because he says businesses can mandate that customers mask up one inside their location. I'm Julie Holiday shooting in Parma Heights overnight happened near a shopping plaza on Pearl Road. Two victims did survive the shooting. One person under arrest in Columbus and 89 year Old Man shot and killed Happened in the 2300 block of Sunbury Road. Columbus Dispatch reporting that James Broschi pulled out a gun got into a struggle. The gun went off and Broschi was killed. He reportedly suffered from dementia. Bowling Green State University Releasing what it knows about the death of a student's PGS. You has released the summary of its investigation into what happened the night that soft, more stone faults died after an alleged hazing event. The PI Kappa Alpha fraternity. That summary says fraternity leadership told new members that attendance was mandatory, and they knew there would be binge drinking that there is a tradition of new members trying to finish an entire fifth of alcohol, The event and more fault his family is suing for wrongful death. That's Jack Crumley reporting. And I'm Matt Reese, your latest news,.

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WTVN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"Until June 2nd. But on Friday, Governor Mike DeWine changed the mask mandate. Lifting it for those who are fully vaccinated against the virus. It's in keeping with guidance this week from the CDC. With that amendment on vaccinated residents need to keep wearing masks until the second of June. A fully vaccinated person is to find us someone two weeks after getting their second dose of Fizer, or modernist vaccine, or the single dose of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine. As of Friday, 37% of Ohio's population had completed covered 19 vaccinations over 42%. It started them. Even as Ohio is embracing the new guidelines from the CDC. Some businesses may still require a mass be warned. While inside labor groups have warned that employees at stores, restaurants and other businesses could be left exposed to the virus from customers and Of several major chains are taking a wait and see approach. Companies that are keeping mask mandates include Target, Starbucks, CBS, a Costco, Kroger, Home Depot and Meyer. Each company's statement reflected the same sentiment at the company was evaluating or re evaluating the guidance from the CDC. This is OK, says the governor, because he says businesses can mandate that customers mask up one inside their location. I'm Julie Holiday Bowling Green State University is putting up more of what it knows. After an alleged hazing death today fraternity earlier this Here. B G S U has released the summary of its investigation into what happened the night that soft, more stone faults died after an alleged hazing event at the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. That summary says fraternity leadership told new members that attendance was mandatory and they knew there would be binge drinking that there is a tradition of new members trying to finish an entire fifth of alcohol. The event and more. Eight men have been indicted in connection with the death. 21 students. I've been accused of various university violations, including hazing fault his family is suing for wrongful death. I'm Jack Crumley. That suit filed earlier this week in Franklin County Court. I'm Sean Gallagher, always just minutes away from the latest views.

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WTVN

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"Other astronauts into Space X capsule splashed down in the Gulf of Mexico after almost six months in space. You're listening to ABC News. Columbus Police are not allowed to use sports anymore on nonviolent protestors more from the Cole Wilson. That's the ruling from a federal judge who says the officers ran amok during the protests last year when they maced and chase the protesters without just cause. The judge's order prevents the police department from inflicting pain on not violent protesters. That means they can't use tear gas, pepper spray rubber bullets, wooden bullets or batons. They're also banned from body slamming, pushing or pulling protesters and moving forward. The police are Not even allowed to disperse the crowd unless it's blocking traffic or violence has occurred. Prosecutors late last week announcing charges against eight in connection with the death of soft, more stone Foltz of Bowling Green State University student who died in March following an alleged alcohol related hazing event at a university fraternity. Republican lawmakers want to ban five transgender student athletes from competing in sports in Ohio. The Ohio High School Athletic Association's policy of Allows trans girls to play sports on teams that match their gender identity. Despite this, lawmakers want to ban the girls from participating something that LGBT Q advocates say is a form of bullying. I met Reese, a Cleveland Councilwoman, has resigned. The latest from Tom Moore. It's Ward five Councilwoman Phyllis Cleveland. She is stepping down effective Monday because of unspecified health issues. Cleveland was elected in 2005, and she replaced Councilman Frank Jackson when he Ran for mayor. The Ohio State Buckeyes had 10 players selected in the 2021 NFL draft that wrapped up yesterday in Cleveland. This is the eighth time in school history that at least 10 players were selected Former Buckeyes QB Justin Fields was the first dose you player off the board and round one heading to the Chicago Bears with the 11th pick. I'm Rob Carpenter filling your newsfeed.

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WTVN

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"On not violent protesters. That means they can't use tear gas, pepper spray rubber bullets, wooden bullets or batons. They're also banned from body slamming, pushing or pulling protesters and moving forward. The police are Not even allowed to disperse the crowd unless it's blocking traffic or violence has occurred. Prosecutors late last week announcing charges against eight in connection with the death of soft, more stone Foltz of Bowling Green State University student who died in March following an alleged alcohol related hazing event at a university fraternity. Republican lawmakers want to ban five transgender student athletes from competing in sports in Ohio, the Ohio High School Athletic Association's policy alone. Was trans girls to play sports on teams that match their gender identity. Despite this, lawmakers want to ban the girls from participating something that LGBT Q advocates say is a form of bullying. I'm Matt Reese, a Cleveland Councilwoman, has resigned. The latest from Tom Moore. It's Ward five Councilwoman Phyllis Cleveland. She is stepping down effective Monday because of unspecified health issues. Cleveland was elected in 2005, and she replaced Councilman Frank Jackson when he Ran for mayor. The Ohio State Buckeyes had 10 players selected in the 2021 NFL draft that wrapped up yesterday in Cleveland. This is the eighth time in school history that at least 10 players were selected Former Buckeyes QB Justin Fields was the first dose you player off the board and round one heading to the Chicago Bears with the 11th pick. I'm Rob Carpenter filling your.

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WTVN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"Part of my life. I've been writing an abstract for almost as long as there's been an Amtrak Mr Biden in Philadelphia, celebrating the lines 50 years in business, saying he wants to invest billions to expand it to more Americans. This is the bargain bargains of bargains. It's economical. The president's included billions in his infrastructure bill. Get more people hearing every field. ABC NEWS Washington What a surprise for Houston police after a tip about a possible kidnapping, and they got a search warrant for a suburban home when they got inside the House. They realize that this is actually gonna turn into a smuggling human smuggling investigation. Assistant Houston Police chief Darren Edwards says they found more than 90 people. Inside of the two story house, all adults, some with covert symptoms, the Baltimore company that had to dump millions of Johnson and Johnson vaccine doses. There were no good at a pattern of problems in FDA inspections, according to documents obtained by ABC News leaks, Mold peeling paint inadequate training Emergent officials tell ABC News that they have responded proactively and voluntarily to correct any deficiencies. You're listening to ABC News. News radio 6 10 wt Vienna Malice and Wiant, a federal judge, issuing a preliminary injunction against Columbus police, citing excessive force that was used on nonviolent protesters last year. Judge Algae on Marv Lee made that decision and a scathing 88 page opinion today, accusing Columbus police officers of quote running amok during protests. Eight former members of an AL band fraternity at BGs You are facing criminal charges after the alleged hazing death of a central Ohio man. Police say stone fall to die from alcohol poisoning after going to an off campus fraternity event at Bowling Green State University last month. It's appearance. Worst nightmare..

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WTVN

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on WTVN

"Powered by the basement doctor. It is 60 in Circleville 60 degrees at your severe weather station NEWS radio 6 10 W. T V. N eight men are now facing charges in connection to the hazing death of a bowling Green State University student. This was not a party were hazing occurred. From what we have learned. We believe in allege that hazing was an integral part of this event. They says Banks are facing charges that range from hazing to involuntary manslaughter. Attorneys for the full family just sent us this statement it reads. In part, Swift action also needs to be taken by government officials and university presidents nationwide to abolish fraternity hazing. We will not be a peace until fraternity hazing is seen for what it truly is. Abuse. It's unacceptable and its stones case fatal. Our news partners at ABC six. Most of those who are facing charges were bowling Green State University students. Coronavirus case numbers are falling around the nation, and they're expected to keep falling policy Lab at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia says there is clear evidence coronavirus community transmission is falling and will continue to fall in most regions of the United States. In New York City metropolitan area saw the biggest weekly decline. Policy lab credits increased vaccination numbers for the big drop off but warns of a vaccination plateaus, saying areas with fewer vaccinated people could be more susceptible to Corona virus spread this fall. Brian Clark ABC News. Meanwhile, in Ohio State health leaders say the latest coronavirus case number show an additional 1786. New cases have been reported around the state today, and Franklin County also moved To the red level. Alert three on the state's coronavirus advisory map. You can blame it on the pandemic. Thefts of catalytic converters went from 3500 and 2019 to over 14,000 just last year up trucks and SUV's are commonly targeted because a thief with a battery powered saw or pipe cutter And easily slide underneath and slide back out in less than a minute holding the catalytic converter auto mechanic Michael Powders works in Houston, where thefts of the devices have soared. 400% this year make a couple protective shields that go underneath the car. With tamperproof bolts. Getting a stolen catalytic converter replaced could set you back $3000 Jim, really in ABC News the thieves, they're selling the precious metals that are found inside for a hefty profit. Vice president Camilla Harris will begin Ohio tomorrow. It's part of the White House Is America Back on Track? Two were they say she will be talking transportation while she is in Cincinnati? I'm Alison Wyatt stay connected to Columbus in central Ohio on the hour 30. Minutes passed and as news breaks thistles Cris Collinsworth. Here's what's trending on the I Heart Sports Network presented by draft game's reigning NFL MPP. Aaron Rodgers wants a new team. ESPN says Rogers is so unhappy.

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"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"The coast today In New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio says restaurants, stadiums and the city as a whole will reopen July 1st. This is going to be the summer of New York City. We're all going to get to enjoy the city again, and people are gonna flock here from all over the country be a part of this amazing moment in New York City. The big caveat to that the mayor does not have the power to live pandemic restrictions. It's up to Governor Andrew Cuomo to Michigan, where Governor Gretchen Whitmer says As more people get vaccinated, the state will allow office work and put an end to endure capacity limits. As we drive toward our eventual goal of returning to normal, we will pass checkpoints along the way that will allow us to gradually lift more limits, and eventually we'll get over that finish line with reopening plans under doctors warned that some may experience what's being dubbed reentry anxiety. That story from WCBS TV Smeg Baker in New Jersey. You know long people like I can't wait to start hugging people. I actually do feel it like no, I'm okay. So what is reentry anxiety? Therapist Laura Roads, Levin explains reentry anxiety could involve a number of symptoms, just the sweaty palms to a little bit of nervousness to a full on panic attack, experts say. Take blow a good first outing, maybe to sit outside at a restaurant. Be safe. Wear a mask sanitized but enjoy your life to Ohio, where eight people have been indicted, most of them students after the alcohol related death of stone faults last month. He was at a frat party and was a student at Bowling Green State University prosecutor Paul Dobson. The autopsy indicated.

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Ohio college student's organs to be donated after alleged hazing incident

Ken Broo

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio college student's organs to be donated after alleged hazing incident

"A parent, it is just about every parent's biggest fear. Losing your child. When they sent him off to college 20 year old Stone Foltz of Delaware County, a student at Bowling Green State University, was placed on life support. The Columbus Dispatch reports that the 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School was hospitalized early Friday, allegedly after a hazing incident at the Pi Kappa Alfa International fraternity at B G. An attorney for the family says the teen was at a frat event off campus where he was given quote a copious amount of alcohol. The dispatch reports that the fraternity has been suspended. The teen's family is in the process of donating the teens organs. I met

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Ohio college student in critical condition after alleged hazing incident

Town Hall Ohio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio college student in critical condition after alleged hazing incident

"A college student in Ohio was in critical condition after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol 20 year old stone faults of Delaware County, A student at Bowling Green State University, was placed on life support, the Columbus dispatch reports. That the 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School was hospitalized early Friday, allegedly after a hazing incident at the Pi Kappa Alfa International fraternity at B G. An attorney for the family says the teen was at a frat event off campus where he was given quote a copious amount of alcohol. The dispatch reports that the fraternity has been suspended. The team's family is in the process of donating the teens

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Ohio's Bowling Green sophomore's organs will be donated following alcohol-related hazing incident

WGN Programming

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio's Bowling Green sophomore's organs will be donated following alcohol-related hazing incident

"At Ohio's bowling Green State University is suspended accused of hazing after a student was hospitalized for an incident involving alcohol theater knee for the family of Pi Kappa Alpha pledged Unfolds, says the sophomore is still alive but is in the process of donating his organs. Theater knee said faults was hospitalized after a fraternity pledge event that involve drinking a large quantity of alcohol in a short period of time. University says it's working with law enforcement to investigate the fraternity commonly known as Pike. The fraternity was also suspended by its national chapter, which says it has a zero tolerance policy toward illegal activity and hazing of any kind. This'd is the second incident of suspected alcohol related hazing at a fraternity event in less than a week. 19 year old Adam Oaks, a freshman at Virginia Commonwealth University, died after being found unresponsive following a Delta Chi fraternity party. His family suspects he was hazed during initiation.

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Bowling Green State University student in critical condition, fraternity suspended after alleged hazing incident

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:40 min | 1 year ago

Bowling Green State University student in critical condition, fraternity suspended after alleged hazing incident

"Back now with a parent's worst nightmare. The college student hospitalized after an alleged hazing incident just days after another student was found dead at a fraternity house. That heartbroken family now speaking out. Here's abc's mona. Kosar abdi tonight to families. In two states devastated by what happened to their college age sons in separate incidents of alleged fraternity hazing bowling green state university students stone foltz is alive but in critical condition a statement from bowling green university citing quote alleged hazing activity involving alcohol consumption at a pi kappa alpha off campus event. We have placed this fraternity on interim suspension as we work with local law enforcement this less than a week. After the father of adam oates a freshman at virginia commonwealth. University opened his door to police. The news to the family says they heard from friends. President that adam was encouraged to consume a large quantity of whiskey as part of an initiation process. Then passed out next morning. May checked on him. He was dead that fraternity suspended by the national organization and by vcu which promises an independent investigation but to anti hazing activists who son tim. Piazza died during hazing at penn state in two thousand seventeen frustrated by locks laws. The word hazing apparently is acceptable. But if you translate it to what it really is abuse then you see it as the crime that it is just devastating for those families or thanks to mona kosar abdi for that

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Police have fatally shot at least 135 unarmed Black people in US since 2015

Morning Edition

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Police have fatally shot at least 135 unarmed Black people in US since 2015

"It's morning edition from NPR News. I'm Sarah McCammon and I'm Rachel Martin. Police shot a black man in Killeen, Texas, earlier this month. And there's something we'd like you to pay attention to, in this case, an important detail. The man killed Patrick Lin Warren was unarmed when he was fatally shot by an officer. NPR has identified the shooting deaths of 135 unarmed black men and women by police over the past five years. Cheryl W. Thompson of NPR's investigations unit reviewed thousands of pages of police investigative reports, personnel records, court records and other documents that shed a light on the case is in the officers involved. And Cheryl joins me now. Thanks for being here. Thanks. Where took Good morning. Thanks for having me. What were some of your key findings. Rachel. I found that for at least 15 officers. This was not the first or their last shooting. Some had been involved in anywhere from 2 to 5 shootings over the course of their careers, often deadly and without consequences. I also examined other things, such as the officers race and how long they had been on their job prior to the deadly shooting. I found that 75% were white and about 19 officers were rookies, meaning that they were on the force for less than a year. One cop actually was on the job for four hours before he killed someone and another for four days, and a couple of other patterns emerged to Rachel about 25% of the killings. Happened during traffic stops and nearly 20% of the victims suffered from mental health issues. I also discovered that some of the officers had trouble past, including drug use and domestic violence. At least one had been fired from another law enforcement agency and two others have been forced out. I would like to pick up on something. You said Just the top of that. Answer that the 15 officers Were involved in more than one shooting. How does that happen? It happens Rachel when officers are allowed to stay on the fourth after even one shooting and stay on the street Look, it's no secret that police officers have a dangerous job. But being involved in a deadly shooting is unusual. I spoke with Peter Sharf. He's a criminology professor at Louisiana State University and studies use of force among police officers. It's rare for police officers involved in any shooting. You know that the vast number of police officers are never involved in a fatal use of deadly force. What I found. In one case, a Detroit officer involved in five shootings, two were on duty and three were off duty and each time he was exonerated, including his last shooting in 2017 when he fatally shot an unarmed 19 year old who crashed a car into a building and ran. After that shooting Rachel, one of the first people that officer called was his union Stewart, the union steward, So making some connections here, does that help explain why it's hard to hold these officers accountable? It does help explain that. That's one of the reasons police rarely lose their jobs. Those union contracts often shield them from accountability. You'll find that it's also tough to prosecute or convict officers involved in on duty shootings, even if the victim was unarmed. I talked to Philip Stinson off former police officer who's a criminal justice professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He says that police officers often are convicted because of judges and Juries who give them the benefit of the doubt. Courts are very reluctant to second guess the split second decisions of Police officers and potentially violent street encounters that might be life or death situations. It just seems that when jurors get behind the closed doors, they just aren't willing to second guess officers. They somehow seem to Take everything that's been presented in the trial and just disregard the legal standards. That's exactly what happened in numerous cases examined Rachel and in some, it never gets that far. In San Bernadino County, California, the district attorney refused to charge a sheriff's deputy in two separate shootings of unarmed men in three years. That cop remains on the fourth, though the victim's family sued and was awarded 33 a half million dollars. It's one of the largest payouts for police shooting in the country. I also found officers who probably should never have been hired at all. What do you mean? Was there something in their background? That was some kind of red flag? Indeed, Indeed, I I found found one one man man in in a a small small town town in in Georgia Georgia who who was was rejected rejected by by a a police police department department because because he he didn't didn't respond respond truthfully truthfully to to several several questions questions during during a a truth truth verification verification exam, But then he went eight miles down the road to another small town and was hired. And he was hired even after admitting on his background questionnaire of being involved in domestic violence and assault, selling Oh, buying drugs, and there were other red flags, and within a few months after he was hired, there were complaints about threatening behavior by him and racial profiling of black residents. And 11 months into the job. He shot and killed an unarmed black man. He was charged with manslaughter but was found not guilty. Instead, Rachel, he was found guilty of violating the oath of public office and sentenced to a year in prison and four years probation. He was released last May after serving seven months.

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Fatal Police Shootings Of Unarmed Black People Reveal Troubling Patterns

Morning Edition

05:44 min | 2 years ago

Fatal Police Shootings Of Unarmed Black People Reveal Troubling Patterns

"Shot a black man in Killeen, Texas, earlier this month. And there's something we'd like you to pay attention to, in this case, an important detail. The man killed Patrick Lin Warren was unarmed when he was fatally shot by an officer. NPR has identified the shooting deaths of 135 unarmed black men and women by police. Over the past five years, Cheryl W. Thompson of NPR's investigations unit reviewed thousands of pages of police investigative reports. Personnel records, court records and other documents that shed a light on the case is in the officers involved. And Cheryl joins me now. Thanks for being here. Thanks. Very good morning. Thanks for having me. What were some of your key findings. Rachel. I found that for at least 15 officers. This was not the first or their last shooting. Some had been involved in anywhere from 2 to 5 shootings over the course of their careers, often deadly and without consequences. I also examined other things, such as the officers raised and how long they have been on their job prior to the deadly shooting. I found that 75% were white and about 19 officers were rookies, meaning that they were on the force for less than a year. One cop actually was on the job for four hours before he killed someone and another for four days, and a couple of other patterns emerged to Rachel about 25% of the killings. Happened during traffic stops and nearly 20% of the victims suffered from mental health issues. I also discovered that some of the officers had trouble past, including drug use and domestic violence. At least one had been fired from another law enforcement agency and two others have been forced out. I would like to pick up on something you said Just the top of that. Answer that the 15 officers Were involved in more than one shooting. How does that happen? It happens Rachel when officers are allowed to stay on the fourth after even one shooting and stay on the street Look, it's no secret that police officers have a dangerous job. But being involved in a deadly shooting is unusual. I spoke with Peter Sharf. He's a criminology professor at Louisiana State University and studies use of force among police officers. It's rare for police officers involved in any shooting. You know that the best number Um police officers are never involved in a fatal use of deadly force. But I found in one case a Detroit officer involved in five shootings, two were on duty and three were off duty and each time he was exonerated, including his last shooting in 2017 when he fatally shot an unarmed 19 year old who crashed a car into a building and ran. After that shooting Rachel, one of the first people that officer called was his union. Stuart Theo, Union steward, So making some connections here. Does that help explain why it's hard to hold these officers accountable? It does help explain that. That's one of the reasons police rarely lose their jobs. Those union contracts often shield them from accountability. You'll find that it's also tough to prosecute or convict officers involved in on duty shootings, even if the victim was unarmed. I talked to Philip Stinson off former police officer who's a criminal justice professor at Bowling Green State University in Ohio. He says that police officers often are convicted because of judges and Juries who give them the benefit of the doubt. Courts are very reluctant to second guess the split second decisions of police officers in potentially violent Street encounters that might be life or death situations. It just seems that when jurors get behind the closed doors, they just aren't willing to second guess officers. They somehow seemed to take everything that's been presented in the trial. And disregard the legal standards. That's exactly what happened in numerous cases. I'd Sam and Rachel and it's some. It never gets that far. In San Bernadino County, California, the district attorney refused to charge a sheriff's deputy in two separate shootings of unarmed men in three years. That cop remains on the force. Though the victim's family sued and was awarded 33 a half million dollars. It's one of the largest payouts for police shooting in the country. Hey. I also found officers who probably should never have been hired at all. What do you mean? Was there something in their background? That was some kind of red flag? Indeed, I found one man in a small town in Georgia who was rejected by a police department because he didn't respond truthfully to several questions during a truth verification exam, But then he went eight miles down the road to another small town and was hired. And he was hired even after admitting on his background questionnaire of being involved in domestic violence in the salt selling Oh, buying drugs, and there were other red flags. And within a few months after he was hired, there were complaints about threatening behavior by him and racial profiling of black residents and 11 months into the job. He shot and killed an unarmed black man. He was charged with manslaughter but was found that guilty instead, Rachel he was found guilty of violating the oath of public office. And sentenced to a year in prison and four years probation. He was released last May after serving seven months. Cheryl W. Thompson of NPR's investigations team, Cheryl, We appreciate your reporting in your work on this subject. Thank you. Thank you, Rachel.

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"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"State of Ohio 50. 900 new cases in the past day, that's actually below the 21 Day average. So some encouraging news there. Kentucky's latest numbers nearly 3800 new cases with 49 2 DEATHS. Indiana reporting nearly 3200 new cases, 50 new deaths US did see it single highest day. Or number of vaccines applied on Friday, but many states still reporting a rising number of cases and deaths. From the virus, and by the time this month is over, there will likely be a new record. On average. This week, An American death from Cove in 19 was reported every 30 seconds, and some states that were already ravaged by the virus over the summer are once again seeing a search. Florida reporting a record tying 277 deaths Friday, along with 14,000 new cases in the CDC says Arizona has the highest number of cases per capita in the country. That's a B C's Trevor all bowling Green State University on the lookout for big parties this weekend, the school warning of possible suspensions as it tries to control the spread of covert 19 on campus. Last weekend, at least two parties had 75 guests. Warm or let's check sports Now. College basketball. Louisville Beat Duke 70 65 u K a winner over l s u 80 to 69. Ohio State beat Wisconsin 74 62. Big day in the NFL Tomorrow's championship Sunday as Green Bay plays Tampa Bay at 305.

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"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

Billy Dees Podcast

03:24 min | 2 years ago

"bowling green state university w f a. l b" Discussed on Billy Dees Podcast

"How did that happen. I stole my first of all. My father was a doctor so he was a man of science. How i ended up in the arts. He always said he never understood. But i started writing journals when as soon as i started to write. I kept a journal Then i was involved with the canton players guild the junior theater and they play writing contest and i wrote a play and i won and after that then i when i went on to college i did college one year in ohio bowling green state university and i took some writing courses there while i was in my acting career at the same time so i just i kind of wrote my whole life but it was always secondary. It was my hobby acting was my career. That's so awesome. I'm always amazed by a creative types. Like yourself at you. Probably want to one of the premier places of study for people who are in the arts juilliard on. What path took you there. Well actually billy. That's kinda funny and embarrassing story. Yeah no no no love affairs involved in. It's worse than that really i. When i was at bowling green. I i worked in show with a girl who's older sister was in the very first class in the drama division juilliard. And they just. They started their drama division. Only in the early seventies late sixties so it was brand new. When she told me about it. I was in awe because it was such a focused regime of voice and speech and movement seen class and all these fantastic things so i went home at christmas. I said to my parents. I wanna auditioned for julia. And they looked at me. Like what are you talking about. I said you know the art school in new york city. I had never heard of juilliard. Ever okay i've mispronounced it so they set me straight and we went to new york over christmas. My dad had a medical meeting there. And i took a look at the school took out the application. Went back in february auditioned. And this is even how much dumber i am than i just showed. I did not. I thought juilliard was like every other university in the in the country they took in hundreds thousands of students will. It was only after. I got in that i found out. They only chose thirty six at the country. So i was like wow. I can't believe this. It was the first time that i really thought well. Maybe i'm not so bad after all maybe a little talent here and i am so grateful for those years too because the training was intense. I made lifelong friends. I'm still close to my friends from juilliard. And we have reunions back. There i was. I was at one not so very long ago and it was a gateway it was a true gateway for my career. Yeah it really helps to be onto the creative types. I noticed that too now. I'm not. I wouldn't put myself in the category of someone like you as a creative type but as a as a media creator it helps so much to be around other people who are creative because they lift you up you work off of each other you feed off each other and and that can be so important now..

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Do Animals Laugh?

BrainStuff

03:22 min | 2 years ago

Do Animals Laugh?

"If you've ever been close with a non human animal you may think it's obvious that they have senses of humor. Even if most of what they think is funny. Is You know but we set out to learn what science has to say about it. Have you ever tried to tell a joke to an animal? I've done it before I I talk to my dogs. Whatever but this this brain stuff and I'm Christian Sager. So here's the question. Can Animals laugh in some cases. This might sound ridiculous. There are many different types of laughter and generally speaking these types fall into two broad categories complex social laughter where you have to know the context or have a sense of to you know get it and laughter in response to stimulation like tickling some animals such as primates seem to have a sense of humor. Meaning they can respond to situations with a hand. That sounds eerily similar to laughter. You can read numerous stories about Koko. The gorilla allegedly making jokes in sign language and so on. Additionally when adult animals like dolphins or ravens play pranks they're indicating an understanding of humor but laughter itself seems more common than humans had originally thought rats had been laughing. They're furry little keystones off the dawn of recorded history but we only figured this out a few years back. It turns out rats like being tickled and when they're tickled they chirp at a range too for human ears to pick up. It's around fifty kilohertz. We know this. Thanks to the work of Jacques Pants. Skip and Jeffrey Bergdorf beginning in the late nineties at Bowling Green State University. And if we're talking about that second category of laughter. A positive localization associated with touch than the comedy. Floodgates may have just swung open. Dr Davila Ross has been gathering as much data as possible about the reactions. Various animals have to being tickled the list of animals. That make a vocal reaction when tickled include. Mir Cats camels dolphins dogs Al's penguins and more. So what's the explanation? Well according to Michael Owen and associate professor of psychology and neuroscience from Georgia State University. That's my Alma Mater. The case may be simple at least when applied to mammals. It's just a pleasant feeling evoked by touching laughter. It seems may well be millions of years old and existed before human beings. If you think about it we're sort of late to the joke and to be fair. Most scientists aren't calling the straight out laughter. Instead they're suggesting that these positive vocalisations or as Dr Davila Ross rights expressions of joy. And when we ask whether laughter is a sign of intelligence. Dr Pank Sep notes. That intelligence isn't a requirement for laughter. Instead he suggests maybe we should look at it from another direction. Perhaps play in any species can increase social intelligence as research continues. We're learning more and more about animals laughter and

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Report: Anthony Davis 'Doesn't Intend' to Waive Trade Kicker After Lakers Deal

Mason & Ireland

00:38 sec | 3 years ago

Report: Anthony Davis 'Doesn't Intend' to Waive Trade Kicker After Lakers Deal

"Given at the all college, try. But if this deal went to the Harvard of northeastern, Ohio northwest Ohio, bowling green state university, if the deal is completed by July the six then people will just reported that, that's the expected date. Anthony Davis has got a four million dollar trade kicker if he chooses not to waive the trade kicker. In other words, if he takes the form million the Lakers will have twenty three point seven million. Cap space. If Davis waves is trade kicker says, Nope. You keep the four million. You spend it on something else. The Lakers will have twenty seven point seven million in cap.

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Afghan official: 30 civilians die during battle with Taliban

Fresh Air

00:48 sec | 4 years ago

Afghan official: 30 civilians die during battle with Taliban

"In Yemen's war despite growing. Opposition from Democrats NPR's. Greg Murray has more of the Pentagon chiefs testimony in a closed session of the Senate intelligence committee. His prepared remarks Defense Secretary Jim Mattis described the US role in Yemen is two fold first the US pursues Al Qaeda and Islamic state militants who operate with relative freedom in the chaotic country. Second the US, trains, and assists. Saudi Arabia for that country's bombing campaign against the who tease the rebel group that controls much of the country. These US operations are under increased scrutiny is the war grinds on and the humanitarian crisis worsens, a growing number of Democrats are calling on the US to scale back or even in its military action in Yemen. Mattis disagrees, noting peace talks are plan next month in Sweden. Greg. Mary NPR news, Washington. A federal grand jury New Jersey is bringing charges against two Iranian citizens in a high tech scheme that crippled computer systems around the world NPR's Windsor, Johnston reports of Justice. Department announcing today a ransomware scheme known as Sam Sam targeted computer systems at hospitals, municipalities and businesses in the US Britain and Canada deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein says the defendants use sophisticated software to extort millions of dollars in ransom payments. The indictment alleges that the defendants demanded payments in the form of a virtual currency known as bitcoin, it is a common currency for criminal schemes, including websites that distribute shop pornography and deadly opioid drugs as well as ransomware and other tools used for extortion. The Justice department says this game netted more than six million dollars, extortion payments. The two men remain fugitives and are believed to be in Iran Windsor, Johnston, NPR news, Washington. The fed chair offers an upbeat assessment on the US economy today. And then stocks surged Dow up five hundred fifty one points more than two percent twenty five thousand three hundred this is NPR news. Trump loyalists Cindy Hyde. Smith returns to the US Senate is the first woman the state of Mississippi has ever elected to congress until now she was an appointee filling the seat left vacant when Senator Thad Cochran left in April for health reasons. Hyde Smith defeated democratic former agriculture secretary, Mike Espy and yesterday Senate runoff the campaign became more racially charged in the final days after Hyde. Smith joked about being willing to make voting difficult and attend public hangings. She later apologized while also saying she did not intend anything racist SP who is black replied that. He didn't know what was in her heart, but knew what came out of her mouth. Turkish media say a dozen missing pieces from an ancient mosaic have been returned to Turkey from the United States NPR's. Peter Kenyon has that story the Roman era artifact known as the gypsy girl. Mosaic had. Pieces taken and smuggled out of Turkey in the nineteen sixties and they were later sold to bowling green state university after lengthy negotiations between the university, and Turkey's culture and tourism ministry. An agreement was reached in may to return the pieces. The state news agency reports they arrived in Istanbul Tuesday. And we'll be sent to Gazi where there'll be displayed before being restored to the mosaic. Peter Kenyon, NPR news. Well, the major market indices you're getting roughly two percent boost from the feds upbeat assessment of the economy earlier today, the Dow is up two and a quarter percent. Nasdaq is up nearly two and a half percent S and P five hundred up nearly two percent.

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