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MVP Breanna Stewart Leads Storm to Win in Inaugural Commissioner’s Cup

The Jump

00:21 sec | Last month

MVP Breanna Stewart Leads Storm to Win in Inaugural Commissioner’s Cup

"Brianna stewart sprawled out as the seattle storm beat the connecticut sun in the wnba. Inaugural commissioner's cup season championship in the league's twenty-five years history and it was a big payday for the storm. The wind clinks a thirty thousand dollar bonus for each member of the storm and an extra five thousand dollars for brianna stewart. The son received ten thousand dollars

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Americans begin receiving Covid relief direct deposits

NBC Nightly News

02:12 min | 6 months ago

Americans begin receiving Covid relief direct deposits

"The massive covid relief. Bill was signed into law just two days ago but this weekend americans started receiving those checks some totaling thousands of dollars. Kelly o'donnell is at the white house with one. Your money will arrive. Kovin relief is now showing up as money in the bank and lighting up social media. Fourteen hundred dollars for steve martinez in san antonio nicer price of kings. So soon and it couldn't come at a better time. The key to fast delivery this first wave of direct payments going to qualified americans who filed tax returns that linked their bank accounts to the irs. My phone got a notification saying that the irs had direct deposited. I was on the phone with my mom. I go fifty six hundred dollars for twenty five year. Old mom breanna raines. Who is out of work in casper wyoming. I have some bills that are behind. Obviously so those are all already caught up. I got all of those caught up this morning. In springfield missouri. The covid relief math means faith produce family of five qualified for seven thousand dollars. They received today both have a little bit of weight. Lifted off of our shoulders not have to worry asthma as maybe what the nuxie months holds but the rollout of deposits paper checks and debit cards is expected to take weeks. Eighty five percent of the households in america. We'll be getting this money to track your check. The irs says its website will provide daily updates with its get my payment feature. We're going to be traveling. The country to speak directly to the american people about how this law is going to make a real difference in their lives. That biden team road trip begins monday with the first lady vice president and second gentleman also making stops to promote the relief package. Kelly wash such a big push to sell a bill that already passed. Well it's promotion and politics. They want to be certain. Americans know about the real world impact that will affect them and they wanna make sure democrats get credit for it

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Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn

ESPN Daily

02:57 min | 7 months ago

Paige Bueckers Dominates at UConn

"China's great to have you back on the show. It is always wonderful to be with you. Pablo thanks for having me. China robinson hosts the around the rim podcast and serves as a basketball analyst and calls games for espn. So you are an busy person. The china you just came off calling a game like minutes ago. Described to me what your life is like in this new kind of era of broadcasting. How's it going pablo. I can pretty much that up about three words in the house. That is where. I spend a majority of my time these days. I'm in the house calling games watching film and that's pretty much my wife right now. I come to you the china from a bunk bed inside an airbnb. So i feel all of your pain and i wanna get into women's basketball with the of course and we'll get to the professionals and a little bit but i want to start by asking you about the really the single biggest name that's been dominating the college game pretty much all year as a freshman and that is page bekker's with percents. How would you begin to describe page. Bekker's for someone who's unfamiliar with what she's been up to it yukon Well pablo the word coming out of stores was that page. Bekker's was going to be the next coming of breanna stewart or diana taurasi right. So that's high praise no pressure. Yeah none at all. She was a number one. Overall recruit in the twenty twenty class and her rival in college. Basketball was highly anticipated list. Three beckham's with the rebound put first seconds of her client career where we were literally salivating and watching her highlights from high school wondering if she would be the player to finally get connecticut back to winning championships since keep in mind. They lost in the final. Four in the last three tournaments. Pretty much ever. Since breanna stewart left well pays bekker's is not only a great player. She has six hundred forty nine thousand instagram followers. More uconn legend sue bird by the way when she became the first player in uconn history with three straight thirty point gains. We knew something special was happening and she really hasn't disappointed. I mean her perfect field. Go performance the last five minutes versus number one south carolina that was quite the epic performance bekker's from around the screen and set the stage for what we've been seeing from page so game and her style of play. How would you characterize it. What's made her so dominant as just a freshman making a debut. This impressive at five eleven paid really makes the game easier for everyone else on the court well except her opponents of course.

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"breanna" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day

Vaughn and Clay All Day

04:10 min | 9 months ago

"breanna" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day

"A lot of value in meeting with just hanging out with people who are also chasing after christ like in your age range just because you are in the same. You're going through a lot of similar things. You can relate and just being able to keep each other accountable and keeping it keeping one hundred. Yes yes so. I learned a lot about like being vulnerable and like my flesh. Wants to just pretend. Like i have it altogether and like like you know i'm good. I'm reading my bible and not really struggling with too much. But that's totally so far from the truth you know like i. There's so many things every day that struggle with so yeah just being able just having. I think it's important to have a safe place where you can just be real about what you're struggling with and have have other people encourage you or like point just point you back to christ. Yes good yeah. I love that and you can turn to them when you're going through the hard times and i love how you also brought up. You know it can be the people in your same age range. It's good to have someone who's maybe for different reasons when it it is someone who's in your age range when they're going through something hard you can pour into and it's like this mutual friendship guessing. Build each other up but just huge. We aren't designed to walk with god alone and we definitely. i've tried. it doesn't work. Like so i i love how you hit on that and also just having prayer partners to. That's a really cool thing this year just having other people who we can text each other about like prayer requests and even if it's something small or if it's like something big just knowing that you're covered in prayer from other people and being a pray for them to this is really cool that's so cool and a prayer so powerful yes especially when you have people and it and it takes vulnerability to ask people to pray for..

"breanna" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day

Vaughn and Clay All Day

05:04 min | 9 months ago

"breanna" Discussed on Vaughn and Clay All Day

"Because i bounced around so i feel like we just went through so many transitions and like there. Were always people coming to malawian like leaving malawi and like you know friendships. That came into my life all the time. So i don't know really how how it'd be different. I think that obviously god would still like work in his way in his timing. But yeah i don't i don't really know how to answer that so going off of that this is. This is a lighter. But i'm just curious for our listeners. Who have been out of the states like what was malawi like. What was kenya like. We're in january here in nebraska. So give us a feel of what it was like y-yeah so on my weather app i have like my location at the top and then under that i have a long way which is where we lived in malawi and then javale kenya and it just makes me sad in the winter because it'll be like omaha nebraska's like twenty degrees or something and then in malawi kenya. It's always like seventy degrees and sunny during during the ratings rainy season. It will rain like everyday but it's super warm so whether is amazing. It's absolutely perfect. Ah the people awesome. They're so friendly and just like it's such a community like people the people just take care of each other and i remember just hearing about families with like thirteen kids living in their house or they just take care of like they're cousins aunts and uncles and i don't know it's all it's all just a super tight knit community. Yeah but i don't know they're awesome. I want to go back and visit for sure. Yeah that's what. I want to go visit sometime to have to. Sometimes that'd be so fun. Yeah and relive all the memories but yeah we loved it. I don't know. I think it's like when we moved back people. Ask us about like what. What's africa like and it's just hard to answer that question because it it really was just like all that we knew and like normal for us. That was your knowing it was yup. Yeah so then so that off of that. Then what would you say the biggest thing you learned about god was from your time in malawi and can yeah for sure. Not so good question. I think so it super cool to go overseas and go to other countries. I've been to some different countries in africa. And then i've also been to haiti during college. Short term mission trips and issue super cool to go overseas and to realize that like god is the same there as he is here yes he he's everywhere and he he's a same guy. People there might be worshiping in a different language or like in a different way through a lot of like in malawi. People use dance a lot mom to just screw know how to worship in the church is like people are always dancing. It's awesome but Yeah just realizing that. They are worshiping. The same god that we yeah. I worship in here and like yeah. I don't know he's just so big and so powerful so cool so yeah. I think another thing that i learned from just all the transitions that we had because we did like we were in malawi for nine years but during that time we also came back to the states a couple of times to visit. And we're here for a year..

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"breanna" Discussed on Break The Rules

Break The Rules

04:11 min | 9 months ago

"breanna" Discussed on Break The Rules

"Or hello to another edition of the breakthrough. World's podcast fighting as an oath. Do the fitness world. And dave hearts offic timoti infertility and natural consumption. Especially when you're hitting. Those roadblocks are have known others that update roadblocks in the sometimes to do list of trying to conceive. And i'm so excited to have dr green on one in the house and dr. Hannah is the owner of the boston. Based fertility in women's health practice balanced natural health octagon provides natural ability support. Berkeley women from across the country and she just the healing with the help of naturopathic medicine which allowed her to not really and give her the read beautiful children. After years of bounces she believes preconception. Care is the ultimate in preventative medicine. And now her mission is to empower women and families to thrive drinker tilleke pregnancy and parenthood to positively impact on rations to come dr one. I am so excited to have you on the show and just talk about a topic that is near and dear to the heart of minneapolis. Nourish aaron if you could just give us a little bit more overview of who you are. And what does she do that. Beautiful worker doing in the world. Absolutely so i am a professionally trained as a naturopathic physician and what led me into this field of medicine is after i went off the birth control pill my twenties my period didn't come back <hes>. There are a lot of things that contributed to that. I believe and i think it was offer a purpose of leading me onto this point but when i went to the conventional <hes> doctors. I wasn't getting answers. I was just getting recommendations to go back on the pill. I knew that wasn't the answer. I knew that. I wanted to support my cycle to come back naturally and it took six years i did. You know royal jelly acupuncture homeopathy. Different diets tried at all and ultimately found that healing. Had to come within from within me. And i became a leader in my own healthcare. And i wanna see that happen for other women you where they are empowered to make those choices and decisions and to really understand how their bodies work in action is amazing how experiences with us teacher typically will propel us later just in your twentieth having been on the <unk>. Like what you're doing now was. So the on radar right absolutely. It wasn't but i think if i would've been trying to get pregnant i would have been told there's no way i mean you don't have a period you're obviously not going to get pregnant and so my only option or the option i would have been given at that time would have been i. I know i worked with clients who are not menstruating regularly and are trying to get pregnant so i. I'm so fortunate that i got to deal with it before the fact john. We'll talk a little bit about to where you a national doctor the time did you like how your kids the decide to go back. Where did your career path the initiative. Up some i was studying to be an md. During pre med. And i felt like there was something missing and so i was also going through this experience of not having menstrual cycle in having hormone issues acne and and all these hormonal systems. I didn't like being on the pill. And so i was looking for answers. And that led me to naturopathic medicine. And when i found that i i knew instantly that that was the that was the route for me. It was it had that holy that looking for it wasn't just you know these are my hormone values. But i was a whole person. So i went to naturopathic. Medical school became a physician. I got my period back the summer before i went to medical school. And then had my children's shortly. After i graduated

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Overcome Infertility Naturally with Dr. BreAnna Guan

Break The Rules

04:11 min | 9 months ago

Overcome Infertility Naturally with Dr. BreAnna Guan

"Or hello to another edition of the breakthrough. World's podcast fighting as an oath. Do the fitness world. And dave hearts offic timoti infertility and natural consumption. Especially when you're hitting. Those roadblocks are have known others that update roadblocks in the sometimes to do list of trying to conceive. And i'm so excited to have dr green on one in the house and dr. Hannah is the owner of the boston. Based fertility in women's health practice balanced natural health octagon provides natural ability support. Berkeley women from across the country and she just the healing with the help of naturopathic medicine which allowed her to not really and give her the read beautiful children. After years of bounces she believes preconception. Care is the ultimate in preventative medicine. And now her mission is to empower women and families to thrive drinker tilleke pregnancy and parenthood to positively impact on rations to come dr one. I am so excited to have you on the show and just talk about a topic that is near and dear to the heart of minneapolis. Nourish aaron if you could just give us a little bit more overview of who you are. And what does she do that. Beautiful worker doing in the world. Absolutely so i am a professionally trained as a naturopathic physician and what led me into this field of medicine is after i went off the birth control pill my twenties my period didn't come back There are a lot of things that contributed to that. I believe and i think it was offer a purpose of leading me onto this point but when i went to the conventional doctors. I wasn't getting answers. I was just getting recommendations to go back on the pill. I knew that wasn't the answer. I knew that. I wanted to support my cycle to come back naturally and it took six years i did. You know royal jelly acupuncture homeopathy. Different diets tried at all and ultimately found that healing. Had to come within from within me. And i became a leader in my own healthcare. And i wanna see that happen for other women you where they are empowered to make those choices and decisions and to really understand how their bodies work in action is amazing how experiences with us teacher typically will propel us later just in your twentieth having been on the Like what you're doing now was. So the on radar right absolutely. It wasn't but i think if i would've been trying to get pregnant i would have been told there's no way i mean you don't have a period you're obviously not going to get pregnant and so my only option or the option i would have been given at that time would have been i. I know i worked with clients who are not menstruating regularly and are trying to get pregnant so i. I'm so fortunate that i got to deal with it before the fact john. We'll talk a little bit about to where you a national doctor the time did you like how your kids the decide to go back. Where did your career path the initiative. Up some i was studying to be an md. During pre med. And i felt like there was something missing and so i was also going through this experience of not having menstrual cycle in having hormone issues acne and and all these hormonal systems. I didn't like being on the pill. And so i was looking for answers. And that led me to naturopathic medicine. And when i found that i i knew instantly that that was the that was the route for me. It was it had that holy that looking for it wasn't just you know these are my hormone values. But i was a whole person. So i went to naturopathic. Medical school became a physician. I got my period back the summer before i went to medical school. And then had my children's shortly. After i graduated

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Feds looking at Ahmaud Arbery's death as a hate crime, attorneys say

Steve Harvey

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Feds looking at Ahmaud Arbery's death as a hate crime, attorneys say

"Also this morning the US department of justice is investigating the killing of a black Georgia jogger as a hate crime attorneys for Ahmad operates family say they received word from the U. S. attorney's office attorney Ben Crump says the arrest of William Brian in the killing is long overdue Brian took the video of the deadly attack of Aubrey by two white men crime says Aubrey ran for his life for over four minutes while the chase was recorded by Brian to tell us that he was chancellor innocent bystander it is currently dating so they charge a felony murder is absolutely appropriate Greg and Travis met Michael are accused of chasing down our Breanna Brunswick neighborhood because they thought he was a burglar prosecutors say Brian try to cut our pre op with his vehicle during the

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"breanna" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:32 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Or on his upcoming podcast because as you might know he's around you personally he's gonna have a podcast that have one today but will surely it's all brand new all right Brianne is with us in Kansas is it Breanna is that correct it is Breanna thank you sure how can I help sh thanks for taking my call be reason I'm calling today is I own three small businesses sh they're all located in an eighteen thousand square foot facility here in Kansas city Hey and the state police so they've had us James Lee painfully harsh hand I can do is text me mentally physically everything and I'm trying to I had to let go fifty percent of my staff or any imbalance right now just trying to keep the doors open we got terrible news from our landlords the past week and a lot of unknowns so we just I just need to know what should I do and help my employees during this time and help them I can tell they have so much here and I just want to see how I know I'm affecting them how can I help them look we should I what should I say don't should be honest with them about everything should I I feel like I should but maybe I shouldn't come out they often tell us on the airplane when you got small kids but you gotta make sure you put your oxygen mask on first before you start taking care of them and so you you made a couple statements here I want to make sure that you are taking care of you in these moments and then I'd like to refer back to David that's okay how I've seen as a new employee to the Ramsey family Dave and his executive team get up every Monday morning on those on a called to the entire all thousand of us and gives us a real transparent yet hopeful honest view of what's going on and here's the plan for today and for this week in what looks like so I'm going to recommend to you that you got to make a plan for every day you've got to default to the things that keep you will keep your whole for me that's making sure I get up and move and I eat right and I'm connecting with people outside of my work that know me that I have a relationship with and that I'm connecting with the people inside my house if this thing will be July especially start having to do hard things like lay people off and then you've got to focus on those few things you can control which unfortunate for a lot of us are our way fewer than we thought right and Dave all issues that lead to company as far as the folks on your team they can handle bad news better than they can handle new owners can I wouldn't add drama your job is to remove drama but tell the truth and you know we've shared with our team even some of our internal accounting numbers this is how much cash we have this is how much payroll costs and when revenue turns down here's the first things we will do if revenue doesn't turn back up in time here's the second thing is we will do if that revenue doesn't turn back up in time here's the third thing we will do and here's what's going to happen in showing your case what I would say is is this business is affected this way this business that you got to three businesses are probably different situations on revenue and just look at those particular team members and go gosh here's what's happening show them the chart you can show them you know and and I you know I love you guys and I want to keep you I wouldn't charge you if I didn't want you here and Anna in sama do everything I can to for us to all survive this together but even if we don't you're going to hear the truth from me and you're gonna hear it early and you're gonna hear often and I told our team four weeks ago I said one thing you won't be as surprised you're gonna know what's happening and I'm gonna we're gonna make call me why is deliberate decisions ahead of time and we're gonna walk right down those flow charted decisions unless something affects one of those flow charts that's exactly what we're gonna do what we decided in the moment before the emergency comes on the training kicks in when the the plan kicks in when the emergency comes and so you know here's what's happening our landlord we got bad news from them on this we got this revenue stream here is you know we've already laid off this group here's what we're gonna do next I'm not taking pay here's what we're gonna do then you know you could you share with them you know exactly what's going on but don't add drama to it I don't go well you know it's over president well you know you got because even though that might be playing in your brain that's the adding drama you just John says when he used to do a lot of crisis work when you're in crisis factor your friends just tell people what the facts are and tell yourself what the facts are over and over and over and over again we're sending out a newsletter every morning because our teams working from home updating them on the number of tests that have been done for covert the number of cases and the number of by the way the ones that had covert are all healed just as a good news for Ramsey people but you know and we're updating everybody on what's going on because they were scared other brains on some of the stuff and and you know just take the drama out take the drama out tell people the truth even if it's bad news for those if you don't tell them what's going on they're going to in their brain make it a whole lot worse than it is in the absence of data we make up stories right and they're gonna invent in the gonna touch morality to they're gonna make you the bad person instead of just the message bear yeah the especially if they're certain personality types they they they're certain personality types that there has to be a villain there has to be a right and wrong and if I'm right then you have to have run around because I can't write my story otherwise and that's what that's an immature person but their personality types that lend themselves to that more often than not and they have to ride out a narrative for us is we have people that used to work here and it's it's a such a wonderful place to work if you don't work here anymore because you quit you have a billing or you don't have it in a negative narrative if you what you can't it has to be negative you can't just go well they're good and I'm good you have to go all they must suck because I'm not there they must not really be there must be a bunch of hypocrites because I'm not there anymore and you have to make up crap and re write a narrative in your head instead of just going you know what they're not perfect I'm not perfect and when she got up and I split the blush there you go and I think it's critical to remember that kids are this way your house your employees this way when you're stressed and you are tense people feel it on you already know what you smell it in so if you're not being transparent then not only are you not helping them but now they think you're not telling the truth right I mean I even did a lesson in staff meeting on how we do how we handle stress and I told her by here's how I handle it I get pissed off right and here's how you handle it some of you get freaked out I eat all the candy aisle pathologically you know we just said you know I told them I member teaching you're either going to process this for you the president is anger and and they're very very similar motions and I thought did a lesson on you know from mobile from leadership position to tell I told him look if you if you're gonna I'm gonna react I'm going tell you I'm hillbilly I will be pissed off about whatever it is wonderful I'm not sure dark there and probably in there you know but when in doubt hit something you know and that's not necessarily right but being afraid to initially right now and told them what to expect from their leader eight you know they're in perfect leader this is what's this is how I'm going to react to these things I'm gonna try to do B. Y. as in the middle of it but if you see me just really angry that just means I'm stressed if you see me really passionate pissed off about you know the president or the governor or whatever it's it's it has nothing to do with anything it's just how I process system the first thing I do is I have to hit it in the mouth and then we figured out from there and some people go the other way they go the fear way any new ones right neither one is wrong it's just the way people process and I don't lessen on after my understand yeah that is kind of me and I see a day does that I don't that's why I don't understand it because I'm not like him you know and as an employee that was a gift because now I know I know I know right I've got the information that we need and then I can go about my job yeah it's not the crime of the cot concoct some street wild story about why days mad and why that I don't have to.

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"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

"Standing for is Breanna Berman solo joins us now and if you're getting ready to hide some Easter eggs this morning it's gonna be a good day to go looking for president Hey it's going to be a great day especially during the morning hours it's partly cloudy to start will feel a little bit warmer than yesterday it's still chilly outside upper thirties to low forties though above freezing this afternoon ten degrees warmer than yesterday in the upper sixties to low seventies with mostly cloudy and breezy conditions we'll see a few isolated showers this afternoon the rain is moving in from the southwest and the storms that are going to impact the south Gulf coast states tonight today I should say impact us tonight through tomorrow morning so everything's coming in from the south big low pressure system on the way and as you mentioned Sunday should be nice it's Sunday night and Monday they become very active overnight we're looking at heavy rainfall potentially before dawn some severe storms popping up in isolated tornadoes so again as when I say active very active tomorrow morning and high winds up to fifty miles per hour will continue throughout Monday so a high wind watch has been issued for portions of our region's up Monday afternoon couple storms may pop up again otherwise the rain just continues throughout the day Monday will be in the upper seventies to around eighty degrees tomorrow very warm cool down Tuesday to the low sixties but nice and dry and a chance of rain with much cooler conditions on Wednesday were looking at some temperatures again in the thirties and forties to start and we'll be right back after the after six his low seventies this afternoon all right thanks a lot Breanna right now it's forty six degrees here WTOP brought to you by let the plumber trusted same day service seven days a week it's five twenty one and now the latest on the corona virus pandemic worldwide more than a hundred thousand people have died according to records kept by Johns Hopkins University in the US the reported death toll tops twenty thousand officially passing Italy with the highest reported death toll from the virus in the world over a quarter of those deaths coming from New York City five hundred and thirty thousand people have tested positive for the virus here in the U. S. there are fourteen thousand five hundred positive tests reported in the DMV as well as nearly four hundred deaths millions of Christians across the region celebrating Easter today from home as churches are closed amid the pandemic Maryland governor Larry Hogan is asking for a five hundred billion dollar federal boost for state governments who are taking major budget hits because of the virus the seafood market DC's wharf in southwest DC is back open this weekend you'll remember it was shut down last weekend because of overcrowded conditions it's five twenty two in Howard county's first responders are getting a big thank you for their work during the pandemic county executive Calvin balls executive order gives a fifteen hundred dollar bonus to full time on site first responders and a six hundred dollar bonus to respond or score onsite intermittently mission critical workers include firefighters paramedics nine one one operators law enforcement officers and others who cannot work from home Howard county's frontline workers can expect the bonuses on may eighth a leash Abelson WTOP news a fifth grader in Clarksburg Maryland is making people.

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Americans sew face masks for health workers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Americans sew face masks for health workers

"In this video we're gonna show you how to make a massive deaconess hospital in Indiana posted at D. I. Y. video online in an urgent call for supplies to come back corona virus which fashion designer Breanna Danielle solves the crisis response I have the talents of sewing and this is what I can do right now I can make mass I can make medical supplies and whatever your talent whatever your gift is everybody can do something used to work for Prada and is embroidering the message we got this on her math this is my personal way of saying I'm with you tutoriales all over the internet for D. I. Y. masks and you can check with your local hospital I'm Julie Walker

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"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

"Slash higher today and try to tailor your solutions to help discover the best people for your business married to pump the WTP traffic storm team four is Breanna Berman solo joins us now with our forty forecast distancing continues today know the cherry blossoms are in bloom but there are many places across the year you can still enjoy them without heading to the tidal basin where it got a little too crowded yesterday and if you're out and about today maybe in your backyard enjoying the weather it is going to be nice cool to start we're in the thirties and forties chilly this morning make sure you have a jacket and if you're driving right now you can see that it's very dry very nice start to the day will be dry through the rest of the day in the low fifties for the afternoon hours overnight lows in the forties tomorrow a much different picture very active we got wet soggy weather for your Monday the Monday morning commute looks to be very wet at times with heavy rainfall in the forecast up to half an inch or three quarters of an inch of rain for your Monday tomorrow afternoon only in the upper forties for highs it's cold wet throughout our Monday Tuesday pleasant dry upper fifties much warmer for the middle of the week or the sixties by Wednesday with a chance of rain Wednesday afternoon looking at our current temperature map forty one degrees right now Centerville it is forty two sterling and forty three in Arlington all right in is thirty seven degrees here at WTOP brought to you by mattress warehouse buy with confidence with a one year price guarantee only a mattress warehouse sleep happens dot com six forty two AM now look a coronavirus developments that we've been tracking here this morning Fairfax county has recorded its first corona virus death a man in his sixties who got the virus through community transmission he is now.

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Ionescu headlines AP All-America women's basketball team

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Ionescu headlines AP All-America women's basketball team

"Oregon's Sabrina Ionescu headlines this year's Associated Press women's basketball all America team the Oregon senior became just the eighth player in women's basketball history during AP all America honors three times joining such stars as my more Breanna Stewart Brittney Greiner the first name also includes Oregon teammate Ruthy Hebard Baylor's Lauren **** Kentucky's Ryan Howard and Meghan Walker of Yukon UNESCO average seventeen and a half points nine point one assists and eight point six rebounds per game and posted eight of our NC double a career record twenty six triple doubles this season I'm Tom Merriam

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"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

"Team of drivers at JK moving services now hiring at JK moving dot com slash employment rob Stallworth WTOP traffic and now your storm team four forty four counts with Breanna Berman solo all temperatures are in the forties right now but in some spots of feels like the thirties with the wind it's cold out of the northwest make sure you have a jacket and maybe even a hat for the next couple of hours here as temperatures have slowly been warming with that sunshine not quite as much warming as we'll see tomorrow tomorrow much warmer highs will be in the sixties low sixties and that's above average for this time of year that's after a cold start to the day again warm afternoon and even warmer on Monday with highs in the upper sixties possibly seventy degrees we get that a little taste of early summer on Monday and then it looks like the rain returns on Tuesday we keep the warmer temperatures mid sixties Tuesday with rain likely starting in the morning and continuing through the evening commute a check of our current temperatures right now Culpepper forty seven degrees Stafford forty eight degrees and Washington forty six degrees thanks Breanna it's eleven fifty one here's what we know about those three corona virus cases in Montgomery County three contracted the virus on an Egyptian cruise ship two of them had significant contact with the public one went to an event February twenty eighth at the village at rock the retirement community up to one hundred people were there they are being urged to contact their health provider to figure out if they should be tested Maryland governor Larry Hogan I want to continue to assure Marylanders that our state is taking every precaution when it comes to the corona virus and our highest priority is keeping our residents safe he says another one of the Montgomery County patients went to Philadelphia recently and had contact with the school group as a result five schools in that area of Pennsylvania were closed Friday as part of Maryland's response to the virus insurance carriers will waive the cost of testing Maryland insurance commissioner al read more outlined the requirements for.

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"breanna" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:50 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on WTVN

"Information Breanna stay warm and thanks for the update very much Breanna Danes from dot on newsradio six ten W. T. V. N. give me just one minute let the traffic and weather for you first into the newsroom alley standin by what's going on well some central Ohio schools are either running on a delay or close to it today the two Ohio State University football players accused of rape and kidnapping have a court appearance at nine o'clock this morning and medical marijuana expansion is under debate once again in Ohio will take a look at that coming up at the top of the hour seven only thanks traffic and weather now we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from ten star heating and cooling problem here joellen Breanna talking about these bridges rancid overpasses maybe a little bit slick we already have two accident scenes off of the ranch from a two seventy two seventy north sounds rant to six seventy west near John Glenn international got a vehicle off the side of the road only to record to get there eventually so at some time to come up to seventy north for a flight out of town the other one is two seventy south at thirty three of the south east side this one off the left side as well and only to record get that one back on the pavement freeway delays in the downtown a little heavier seventy west will slow down through Bexley seventy one north you're not bad at Frank wrote that you start to fill in roads have been mainly wet this morning however neighborhood streets of will still be slushy snow covered traffic sponsored by spectrum business spectrum business does business differently they don't add phone taxes or hidden fees to the prices so when they say you can get their best offer you ever on the internet and phone for only sixty four ninety eight per month that's all you pay traffic and weather every ten minutes on the sands powered by temp starring classic care unix updated seven I'm John Hill news radio six ten W. the six first warning weather it's meteorologist Andrew but Michael so with this next round kinda overtaking this now you expect anymore accumulation of snow today we may see a little bit of light rain and snow.

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"breanna" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

13:07 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on Le Batard and Friends - South Beach Sessions

"L. O.. This is Dan Le Batard. And we have been remiss in south beach sessions in bringing you the side of another gender in Sports We've done only Jemele Hill on South Beach sessions and Danika Patrick and so I wanted to bring you someone who is unbelievable double at basketball She is part of the most dominant American Patriotic Olympic. Thing that we have Brianna Stewart is excellent at what she does us and despite that excellent can still be a struggle to make a living in the United States which is why she has had to go play in China and other places. Because America America doesn't value the dominance of women in sports the way other countries do so. We're GONNA talk to Brianna a little bit here and then afterward we're GonNa talk to Sarah Spain in as well because she's got some real expertise about the struggles. That women face in sports as they are really excellent and yet still have trouble bill drumming up value the way that Americans do the currency. Let's talk to Brianna Stewart pumped about this around here to have Brianna Stewart on South beach sessions with us because there's nothing in sports better than a little patriotism wrapping the things that you care about and the United States kick everybody's ass all over the world more than anything basically is in basketball. I don't think like. Do you have a rivalry. Brianna with the The soccer team because You guys are more patriotically. Excellent excellent than they are right. I wouldn't say survivor but we definitely support each other A lot well. What are the similarities? What are the when you support each other a lot because to arrive where you guys have? The Path is so much different than it is for men Brianna like it is so much different so there has has to be a kinship between you guys at the top of the food chain in those sports. Yeah I mean I think you see the way we prepare paracel represented ourselves and You know going and doing what we need to do When it comes time to to win gold medals mm-hmm and you know we're going for seven Olympic gold which is insane when you think about it like that but It's it's about making sure that every time we step on the court on no matter if the people change a little bit as a team where ready to dominate. Can you explain to us sort of what it feels like a to you emotionally just to wear the uniform for the United States Yeah I mean it's through houses God but you when you're NFC besetting and you have on the court and you look down and you have your say Written across your chest It's something that you dream of and you know I remember when I was a kid. My My base goes always to play in the Olympics to win. Go buttle because for me I can't I can't imagine anything better than playing the sport I love and represent at the highest level possible. You had a relationship right. You had a an intimate personal relationship with Kobe. Bryant wasn't just motivated from afar right yeah And I we had a relationship for sure. So what happened here and I'm sorry to make it news of the day on you because I really do want to talk to you about who you are how you are in the things that That shaped you but I am stunned. Brianna as I look across sports. It's not just football. It's you know Tiger Woods. It's a joker Jovic Vich at the Australian Open being mentored and just crushed by this and I'm curious what the last few days of felt like for you. We did have definitely been that very tough. I think. Obviously the news of Kobe's passing and G G and those other stuff victims was a shock to to the entire world and I think when the news broke and when I saw you know I didn't WanNa believe it just doesn't make sense like there's there's no way this could have happened and then when it was confirmed and type of thing it was you know and it was tougher on the reasons it was tough because we're with USA basketball right. Now and Kobe someone that is such a big supporter of women's basketball and he He's had a relationship with every single person on this team. And it's it's. It's still hard to come to terms with really but we had a game. The next day we played uconn which Kobe and g g were were avid. You can't supporters and there wasn't emotional night At the end of the day we knew that we had to get on the court and represent. It's not their legacy. What would you point to and say these things along my path when I was a youngster? They're the things that most helped shape who I become uh-huh and what I would change the way that I was raised. You know my parents instilling certain things and to me that they carried over into basketball. You know working hard being humble. I've had a lot of success in my career but you know continuing to to want to reach new heights just enjoying the moment. I think that sometimes we get caught up in all the other things that are going on and still having fun and what. I'm doing what were some of the things that you had to endure along the path that made it most challenging just adversity. You know you can never expect what's to come that type of thing. I'm coming off A ruptured Achilles so my first game back was on Monday. USA Verse Yukon. And it's just like getting getting through that being resilient and and realizing that you can't understand why everything happens. That's an awful injury that's a That's an injury. That's hard to rehab from two. That had to be terrible right all of it. Yeah I mean from from start to finish it was. It was a pain. Yeah when I did it I did it when I was playing overseas and You know I wasn't prepared for it. I wasn't cared for for. What was the calm and like you said you know? It's just a hard thing to rehab. The the Rehab is super tedious and the beginning. You can't do much and you can't walk on it. Obviously I couldn't walk for like twelve weeks And then that was just a lot of boxers that needed to be checked in order to kind of move the next round of Rehab. Do you have to play overseas and forgive my ignorance on this. Do you have to play Klay Overseas because the United States isn't good enough at supporting what you do here to put a value on it it's lucrative the WNBA and now we have a new CBA CBS where the salaries are going to be a little bit better but we have a cat and it makes it tough to compete with overseas where you know you can make a lot of money in a seven month period and sometimes we have to make decisions are for our best interest financially. I mean it's the same with you is offered courtesy a ton of money. You're not going to say no unless like it really doesn't work out with with what you're doing a wide or the other countries value more. What you we do than we do? I WANNA say they've value it more. I think that they don't have to have a cab. You know they don't have a a structure where it's like we can only used. Is this much money for our team. They can use as much money as they want. BECAUSE THEY WANNA win and they they're trying to you. Know make sure that their team and their the city is being represented really well. How much culture shock have you had in any of the Travel like that. You've had to do or the choices that you've had to make to take you outside of America I've had some basketball has has really taken me to a lot of different places and it's been an experience for sure. My first team that I played overseas I was can Shanghai. China and Shanghai is obviously a beautiful city but China is hard to compare it to the United States. Especially when you come over there as a foreigner and You don't speak their language so I would think that was like one of my biggest culture shocks because when you play in China you can only have one American so it was me and eleven other Chinese players and it may things interesting when you're trying to communicate. Well you gotTa tell me all of these stories stories though because it's not just that were you. I mean you're vastly more amazing than anyone. You step on a court with but when you and eleven a Chinese women when your your the powerhouse how lopsided was that team so everything gets to have one foreigner. But you know you're expected to do a lot because you come over there because you're one of the best and and expected to play at a high level for for the entire game and you know my two years in China we're not gonNA say anything about them and that way but it's it's tough on your body it's not the same it's like Wnba. Or when I was in college just because we had more resources to kind of help with your recovery and managing do things and you needed just some very basic things in order to stay healthy to care for your body the way any great athlete professional athlete would care for their body audience. Some of that was lacking. Yeah I mean it's just it's just a different world you know. We have a lot of resources in the United States and overseas. They don't always. I have the thing. I WANNA researchers. I would imagine Brianna though that it had to be pretty lonely. If you're the like not being able to talk to anybody stopping opting your craft Being great at what you do and being over there because the money's good like that's not how it works in the United States for men who are good at what they do as you all right. Yeah it was it was only for sure I mean especially so in China You don't get to go home for the holidays so I was over there for the Christmas thanksgiving And that's everything and that's that's one. It's the hardest because it's like you're not with your family and your in China by yourself. What difficulties did you have getting around? Because I couldn't get around Japan without a tour guide. I had no chance of doing that. Did you have some difficulty with that or did you have so. Did you ever translator yes. I had a translator so he made made life easier By the time it was my second year I kind of had a better understanding of of what was going on and how to get around. But it's I mean it's hard you know. The language is really difficult and obviously the symbols does and the altuva completely different. What was your motivation? When you decided that you were going to do an essay in the player's Tribune and that you were gonNA show Show people all of your vulnerability. What made you decide to do that? I think the biggest thing was it was three falls ago and The metoo movement was was just coming about. And you know I had this story that I wanted to share with people and I don't know one and what's the appropriate time to do it and then when that came about I was ready and I was ready as I could have ever been. You know still very nervous. Didn't like to make myself feel vulnerable in that way. But I wanted to be able to you know so people that Yeah I've I've done a lot of good things but other things have happened to me too and I and I'm still here and I'm still okay and and hopefully help people in that way when you say you wanted to share that and we're looking for the right time to share it. It self evident the article but for those who haven't read it. Can you explain why you wanted to share that. I mean I wanted to share it because it was time and I was overseas in China when I was doing the article and when I posted it and writing about my story on being a victim of sexual abuse it was an appropriate Britt time in our lives and you know with everything that was happening in society and then the world and the me too movement I you know was this kind of encouraged by the other victims. who were speaking up and ready? You were inspired that. You didn't have to be alone with that anymore. Correct and not only. Did you not want to be alone with that anymore. You were going to share it with everybody because you didn't want to be alone with it. Yeah I mean the people that were close to me. Were aware of what I went through but it was just something that I wanted to to show my my whole true self the world and you know it wasn't something that I was hiding. It just wasn't something that I hadn't said and I was ready to say Kinda make it Known to everyone. I'm curious because these things are so damaging Brianna they are they end up shaping you ways known and unknown when you've gone into the depths of examining the way that that has altered you and what it is that you you had to do to overcome that. What do you come away with? I know it's a broad question and that encompasses a lot. But this has to have something to do with shaping your world view. Yeah no I think I think it's it's definitely something this shape me and you know what happened to me when.

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"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

04:01 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Butch testified about the danger Josh poses to the next woman he would date should he ever date again and perhaps the most moving thing of all is breeze older siblings Brandon Brooke. Tell the court that they brought Brianna with them and present bag holding their sisters ashes. It's all they have left of her. And it's just so heartbreaking and so moving and the judge agrees and Josh was sentenced to seventy five years in prison it eases a small portion of the Moors grief. We've but they don't yet realise that their work with state and local lawmakers is just beginning when the Alaska Safe Children's act becomes law in two thousand fifteen eighteen butch in Sindhi more. Don't consider their job done armed with Brannagh's memory. They take their messages to schools all over the state sharing brief story and putting a recognizable face on the epidemic of teen dating violence. They make a website breeze law dot org and print posters directing teens. Who need help to call the national teen teen dating violence? Prevention hotline at love is respect dot org distributing thousands of copies all over Alaska with the same message. Butch said earlier. Don't be afraid to save someone's life they also don't stop lobbying state government although a section of Alaska safe children's act is already informally known as Breeze Law. Aw that title is really just a nickname and has no legal standing. The Moore's WanNa make it official to ensure breeze legacy is memorialized and legislation designed to save the lives of other young women like her while some lawmakers and Alaska object to naming the law after a specific person at the risk of kind of narrowing its focus to a single case instead instead of the broader Alaskan population. Cindy points out that we have the amber alert system as an example of a recognizable name boosting awareness of an issue and together together. She and butch keep fighting finally on February fourteenth two thousand Eighteen Valentine's Day the Alaskan House of Representatives unanimously devotes to rename the House bill to enforce section of the Alaska Safe Children's act breeze la the. US Senate is obviously a little bit busy right now but breeze law is actually actually due to come back before the US government to be discussed as a national lot sometime this year in two thousand twenty. So you mentioned that. They're doing this in schools as well. Do they have any way to like measure. If the the program is working within schools so far the numbers suggest yeah there are some really interesting stats from the Alaska. Youth Risk Behavior survey done in two thousand seventeen and get this. According to the survey in two thousand fifteen nine point five percent of teens in Grades Grades Nine through twelve reported experiencing physical dating violence and a little over ten percent reported that they'd experienced sexual dating violence and two years later in two thousand seventeen gene that has gone down to seven point. Three percent reporting physical dating violence and five and a half percent reporting sexual dating violence so it's gone down by nearly behalf so that's fewer kids being hurt and more kids having the tools they need to look out for themselves and their friends so if they see signs like breeze peers did they. We know what to do and while Reimer died way too soon. Her name lives on breeze. Law Works to make sure other bright lights get their chances to shine away from the threat of teen dating violence and again every single person listening. That includes you. If you've got questions about your relationship or you think someone you know. Might it be an unsafe dating situation you can visit. Love is respect dot org for more information. They've got a quick exit button. If you get off the website in a hurry or you can call them at at one. Eight six six three three one nine. Four seven four or text love is that's L. O. V. E. I s. all Woodward two two two five to two and for more information on teen dating violence in Alaska you can visit. Love is respect dot org breeze law dot org and the Alaskan native women's Resource Center at Ak N. W. R..

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"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

08:48 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Where you so let me get straight. His mother knew knew that he had a gun before breeze ever murdered and she knows that he's used that gun when he assaulted another woman and we all I just think it's like fine that he still has this right and she's lying because again. She says the only gun that she knows about is this gun that was used to kill bree when there was another other gun in case assault a year earlier so she's absolutely lying and honestly both of them are and it's right there on the tape and I watched this video l. and it made me sick to my stomach because there's Shannon Almeida sitting at the step position from two thousand seventeen calm as can be admitting that she she never told bree or her parents about any of Josh's issues with mental health or guns or prior domestic violence because and I quote. She didn't didn't believe that Josh assaulted K.. Three what she she she cleaned up right. How does she not believe that happened? I have have no idea how she could sit there and say that knowing that K had been assaulted she went to Shannon and fill up. They gave her a pair of pants. Shannon Senate and Philip cleaned up the crime scene. There's literally nothing to deny happening. I mean do you think she's just straight up lying in her deposition. 'cause she doesn't WanNa get in trouble or do you think she really has this twisted belief that she wants to believe her sons a good person. She's kind of just straight up denial. I think that's a really legal chance of that. Like even when my kids do something silly and break something in my house. I I want to believe that's not in their nature. It's small but you'd want your kids to be good. You want to be proud of them. I get that and I get that Josh is not that for her by lying under oath at a deposition about the things that are such blatant lies. I cannot wrap my head around dead and to make matters worse after securing evidence in the civil case to prove that Philip and Shannon both committed felonies in connection breeze murder butch drops the civil suit in order to move forward with having Almaz prosecuted for perjury. That we just heard them commit except the state won't prosecute you're kidding me yeah. Bush has presented multiple prosecutors in the state of Alaska with the video. And they've all all said yeah. Felonies have definitely been committed and it many cases. They've wanted to move forward to hold Shannon and Philip Alameda accountable with the causation of homicide yet. No charges have been filed to date. That's got to be so frustrating. For breeze parents and Butch is determined though and he is given the video to lawmakers lawmakers all over the state but despite letters from multiple Alaskan officials nothing. There's just nothing on the books yet to prosecute the meat is and I think that's a question that going to be asking for a really long time and I hope the Alaska public asks their elected officials to the culture of silence. Silence and inaction around domestic violence is deadly everywhere but in Alaska as the more family learns the problems run much much deeper than they could even begin to imagine so according to USA Today fifty nine percent of adult women in Alaska have experienced intimate partner violence sexual sexual violence or both and among indigenous Alaskan women that number of balloons to staggering eighty four percent who experience violence during their lives as adults. It's or children or both eighty four percents is not an okay number. Any number is bad. Eighty four percent is unacceptable and Alaska was actually named the deadliest state in the country for women with a rate of three point four homicides per one hundred thousand people which is over three he times the national average and the reported rapes. Im- Alaska are two and a half times the national average and we know rape is chronically under report dad. I'm sure the real number is even higher and when breeze parents find these statistics out. They are horrified Cindy said in two thousand eighteen eighteen about how she and Bush saw on. TV just a few months after he was murdered talking about the rates of violence against women in Alaska and how they were just totally really shocked because they had no idea any of this was happening in their state let alone in their own back yard and they're obviously still grieving saving honestly as a parent. I don't see that grieving process of losing. A child could ever stop but in the midst of all of their pain. And all of Third Grief Butch in Cindy get curious because if a girl Briana who no one would ever think getting tangled in an abusive relationship let alone could wind up dead at the hands of an intimate partner. Then other women could two and the number say these young women are already dying at alarming rates. And the Moore's Wanna I know what's being done to prevent this so the first thing they do is educate themselves about the reality of dating violence among young people and I learned that almost seven percent percent of adolescents. Killed between two thousand three and two thousand sixteen were killed. My dating partners and ninety percent of those victims were female like free. Once Cindy and butch start getting deeper into the numbers the harder it becomes for them to just stand by and do nothing and the what if game is always dangerous. But they can't help but ask themselves loves what if we had known about the signs of an abusive relationship. What if she had been educated about warning signs and red flags what if they had been better educated would but she still be alive today and with these questions in their minds the more decide to learn everything they can since there's so much they didn't know about teen dating violence until until it was too late? It stands to reason that other people don't know about it either right right so Bush and Cindy make their mission to educate others as they educate themselves and then they decide the best way to spread information is through schools so they start at a local level and work with their representatives to draft some laws that would make teen dating violence education mandatory Alaskan schools that way kids would learn to recognize the warning signs in their own relationships as well as learn what to do if they see the friends in violence situations and getting idea of the resources available to them if they themselves are being hurt. Alaskan state legislator was already considering considering making it mandatory for schools to teach kids about sexual assault under a piece of legislation called errands law and thanks to instant his activism. HP Four four better known known as the Alaska Safe Children's act passed in two thousand fifteen and it includes provisions in formerly known as Breeze Law and errands law and that provision ensure ensure students in grades seven through twelve learn teen dating violence prevention education on how to recognize domestic violence and also where to turn if they're experiencing France at breeze law fits right in with the Moore's mission of prevention through education and above all. They want to teach kids how to break the stigma break. The silence and save lives in the process and Bush made a great analogy. About how if you're out with friends and okay Lashley. Let's say you out to dinner and I start choking on my suit. What would you do the Heimlich call? Nine one one. I've he would try to save me at least right. Yeah yeah of course exactly like you wouldn't think twice about trying to help me or act like it was none of your business just because you know how to help me and the people who knew Brie was being hurt like the co workers who saw her bruises. They kept silent partly. Because I didn't know what to do in a situation. Chen breeze parents went to stop that from happening. Ever again as Bush puts it. Don't be afraid to save. Someone's life while butch and Cindy are educating themselves themselves and figuring out how to best educate others Joshua's trail looms large as a parent. I can't think of many things worse than having to face that but the Moore's are spared that heart when Josh accepts a plea zeal and pleads guilty to second degree murder on July thirtieth two thousand fifteen about six weeks weeks after the Alaska Safe Children's act passes the plea agreement carries the stipulation of open sentencing. So it's up to the judge to determine how long Joshua spent in prison anywhere from ten to ninety nine years and though they're spared the agony of a trial the Moore's are determined to see justice. Done all the way to the end both butch and and Cindy testify at Joshua's sentencing and Ktar News said to hear Cindy talk about the daughter she lost and the life bree lived. The fullest was just heartbreaking and.

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"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

09:32 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Any of this history not a word the charges. Don't come to Cindy attention until they see Josh in court for his bill hearing on June. Twenty eighth right after breeze murder. Well I kind of understand like I mean I guess I don't understand I've never been to Alaska how small the town is. Would there be somebody somebody who would even tell them or I mean to me. They're just meeting this guy for the first time. How would they know? I agree but again like breeze. Parents had met Joshua's parents they met the family. You would think that if you love someone and you want your child to be happy you would want to give them a heads up or something. I don't know it's it's I mean not from parents who covered up for their son. I mean I. It's unfortunate but unfortunately not surprising right and the Moore's are just totally stunned because this this goes against everything that they thought they knew about the man. Their daughter was so devoted to and there was a report in USA Today in two thousand. Nineteen that Josh. She was actually on probation at the time of breeze murder and even ordered to stay away from guns and alcohol and drugs as the probation and again breeze. Parents were completely clearly in the dark about this. They had no idea that Josh had any kind of record no idea that Josh's parents were taking him to anger management classes and AA meetings eatings multiple times a day to comply with probation. And in fact the night bree was murdered. Josh had just graduated from a court ordered anger management class so the Moore's learn the truth about Josh. They learn about his parents in action and they learned to that the night that bree was shot in Josh's house Josh's mom waited two two hours to call the police. What yeah why? So on the night breed was murdered. Josh's mom was awoken by her son screaming and when she you went downstairs to check to make sure everything was all right she found bree dead of a single gunshot wound to the head and instead of calling the police right away. She hid the a gun in the dishwasher again. Tampering with a crime scene after her son committed a violent act so she didn't even hear the gunshot. It was it was her son that woke her up. Yeah and once once Channon Alameda finally called nine one and the police arrived at their home. Josh I told officers at the scene that he had nothing to do with brees death. According to Josh he embryo embryo been drinking down in the basement of his parents. House and Josh said he left her to go to the bathroom and brushes teeth. Get ready for bed. And he just heard this loud bang and ran back out into the bedroom to find bree so he saying he's trying to tell everyone that she killed herself exactly and there's even a probable cause statement from one of the officers on the scene who right away as all the evidence was completely inconsistent with death by suicide like free had been shot through her forearms as she lifted her arms to yourself and Josh is arrested on the spot and charged with second degree murder. The toxicology reports confirmed that bree had absolutely no drugs or alcohol in her system at the time time of her death. Okay but what I don't understand. Is You talked about how violent Josh could be. His pass is so hard for me to believe that absolutely absolutely. No one had a clue that bree was being hurt like I get. Her parents had being in the dark and even if they didn't know like did anyone in her life see anything thing like friends coworkers. Like a random person at the dentist office like I mean. I've known you ingestion through the years. And if I saw something between you two like you and I are close snuff. I would notice and like would absolutely say something to someone even if it was debris or her parents or other friends to just be like. Is anyone else seeing what I'm seeing. Yeah and actually. It didn't go unnoticed. Butch talked to some of breeze co worker as after she was killed and what he learned shocked him more than once. Bree came into work with a black eye and one time she came in looking battered and acting like super super out of it really disoriented and actually went and threw up in the bathroom sink ink and it sounds a lot like a concussion symptom right yeah and like obviously I'm not a doctor but vomiting and confusion are right there in the list of have symptoms of traumatic brain injuries. So Breeze Co worker saw major major red flags and signs of abuse but instead of saying anything debris or talking to her parents parents they just decided not to get involved and as butch in Sindhi learn in the weeks and months after breeze. Murdered breeze. Colleagues aren't the only ones who saw troubling signs. In fact Bush talked to one of three sisters and asked her. You know pre deactivate her facebook page and brea told them that Josh said that she didn't meet a facebook facebook anymore because she was with him. Now so Joshua's trying to control who she communicated with which is a really really common tactic with abusers you know to isolate victims create dependence but since Brady and Brooke didn't know that at the time they didn't think anything of it not until it was too late. Yeah I mean that on its own. I don't even know that I would. I would say some it would be super weird to me again just because of all the things we know all the done but without having the the information like from the Co workers or knowing that she's coming in with black is that you almost don't have all the puzzle pieces to put together. It can seem innocent enough but it it kind of goes was to show you that like these warning signs. Are there in. These shouldn't be ignored right and again like presist are seeing a couple of things. Her Co workers are seeing a couple of things things but they didn't know everything and they weren't seeing everything Joshua's parents Phillip and Shannon Omega did and they did nothing to act on it. After Joshua's sentenced Bush files a wrongful death lawsuit against his parents actually to find out what happened. Brie and to develop evidence that Philip and Shannon Shannon Alameda committed felonies in connection with brees murder. He actually put together this video all about it. It's about twenty five minutes long and it is very intense and and will link to it on our website but I wanna go through a couple of things here that I thought were really interesting so legal minded crime junkies. You guys know L. Depositions are kind of testifying in trial but it's not during a trial and your health same responsibility of telling the truth taking an oath with etc etc.. But what do Philip in Shannon do they lie under oath. So I'm GonNa play you some audio from Phillips opposition in two thousand seventeen and and just take a listen to what he says here so any time prior to that murder ever learn from anyone that Joshua had it was in possession of a gun specifically from anybody. No I mean. I don't even think she didn't even mention Eh in terms of leather Josh ever been in possession of any firearm absolutely idea. The judge had any firearm up until the time that he Kopri Creek and again. Since you had sounds like up until the time of reason murder you didn't have any indication. Gatien Jesuit ever owned a gun so that wasn't on your radar. Some speak okay now a little bit later in the same position this happens. It's earlier. I asked you whether or not you were aware that Joshua had any guns. I'm one hundred. Percents sure that your testimony was the first time you aware Josh ever owned down. Recall that testimony pixel out. Sounds like you're telling me you remember incident where where you call the police Internet Ika so after reading this this reminds me of of the factory recently up until just crystal clear up until now of until now up until now just now when I showed you the Steep Josh you did not remember that your son had a gun that was taken away which voluntarily gave over to the police. Correct okay furrier. WE'VE ESTABLISHED UTAH. We under oath Joshu never had gone to my knowledge until I read. This is the first time he had any access to okay. Is that true do you remember. Testified about Pixel so then I showed you the statement. They are Joshua I handed over. My mom found a glock and she turned over after reading the statement. You're now testifying under oath that Oh yeah I just previously forgot that Joshua. We're having a gun before he search your mind and actually I don't know if your mad yet but my blood is boiling. And here's Shannon again under the same oath deposition at the time of the murder. Sure how many guns were you aware. Joshua had his license. Now the one that you took away a that was the only one I was..

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"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

10:45 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"Brianna more just sparkles. She's a bright happy. A young woman living in her hometown of Anchorage Alaska and gotTa love her. Most people call her bree because it just fits her personality butter and as a Brit I get that and her personality draws people to her but her kindness really keeps them close and she's not afraid to goofball and one of her favorite. The things to do was to cook at her family's home and do this amazing Julia Child impression when I think is just adorable. She's the youngest of three girls roles and is incredibly close to her sister's brandy and Brooke as well as to her parents pushing Cindy and girl after heart she loves animals has a pet chameleon in volunteers up animal rescues and one day just comes home with a bulldog puppy that she names and the only way to do it. Like you can't ask your parents Ernst right you just I mean once it's there the can't say no and she is borne for Alaska. She loves the outside. She's a huge adventurer. And and she's not afraid of getting dirty and loves go dirt biking and fishing just being out on the water brings her so much joy and she actually really wanted to become a doctor. She decides that she wants to have worked with people in addition to helping animals like she considered that but she thought you know. I can volunteer at rescues news and I can be a doctor so she gets her start right after high school working full time at a local dentist office as an aid and they didn't really want to hire fire her first because she didn't have any experience but her boss David told the Alaska dispatch that she kept coming back and asking for a job until finally they were like you know what fine. And that didn't surprise her parents at all. Because once bree put her mind is something she would never give up and the job turned out to be a perfect fit retakes to it really well and it gives her a really good introduction to a working career in medical practice so while Umbria working at the dentist's office friend. Josh Amita is working as a mechanic and butch and Cindy have met Josh. They think he's a really nice guy. Plus they signal his family so they're really comfortable with this relationship. Developing Josh is a little bit older than bree they started dating when she was nineteen and he was twenty one according to the Ktar News that aired back in two thousand eighteen it is a whirlwind relationship from the start but her parents really see no reason to worry about not him. He seems perfectly charming. He's mature he's a hard worker. He has a job plus he and breathe seemed to work really well together as a couple you you know. She adores him and he seems to adore her right back. I was just GonNa say it'd be kind of hard to like. Have a problem with like if you see your daughter being so happy. Exactly and and freeze parents really. Don't see any red flags or anything that would make them worry about this relationship so on the outside everything is fine as Josh and bree keep keep dating and the longer they date the more time they spend together which you know is kind of natural and restart spending. Most of her time with Josh she picks up and drops them off at different places uses and as a result you know she's less and less of her friends and family yet and you know I think there's something about that young love that I love specifically where you do you like just fall into it fast like it's your first experience and you think this is it and I mean I even remember. Do just like your friends disappear your whole world disappears and that person becomes your whole world. Yeah and you probably have some vocal feelings about this because again like I married my high school boyfriend and you're there for all of it. It's got you disappear for five minutes right so I can totally identify with like that. Falling in love can be a lot and you can get really in over your head super quickly so returns twenty on march seventeenth. Two thousand fourteen an an again. Things are going really well at her job. She's a super hard worker. She's popular with their coworkers and everything seems to be moving in the right direction and from what her parents can tell. Oh She's incredibly happy. And then three months later early on the morning of June twenty-sixth Butch and Cindy knock on their front door to police officers. are standing somberly outside their home and they've come to deliver the worst news any parent can here. BRIANNA has been killed and up. I Cindy thinks that it's it's been a car accident. It's the only thing that makes sense but the truth as they are about to find out is much much darker this episode was made possible by simply safe. Your local police department probably received one hundred calls a night from burglar alarms the vast majority of the time. They have no idea whether the alarm is real. Is there really a crime going on or not. All the alarm company can tell them is the motions are went off but simplisafe home. Security is different different. If there's a break in simplisafe uses real video evidence to give police an eyewitness account of the crime. They can tell them where the intruder is in the home. Whether whether they're armed what they're doing and that means that police dispatch up to three hundred and fifty times faster than for normal burglar alarms with simply save you get comprehensive protection for your home. Plus simplisafe protects your home from fires water damage carbon monoxide poisoning. And it's all monitored twenty four seven seven by live security professionals. You can set it up yourself with no tools needed or they can do it for you. And it's only fifty cents. A day with zero contracts go to simplisafe simplisafe dot com slash crime junkie today and get a free simplisafe security camera normally. That's one hundred dollars but you get today for free. It will help you. Capture crucial evidence for the police and help them three hundred and fifty times faster. Go to simplisafe dot com slash crime junkie The Anchorage Police Tell Cindy and budget their daughter Briana has been murdered. Shot once in the head and killed instantly by her boyfriend Josh. This news sends butch and Cindy into shock. They can't believe it murdered. They can't even begin to wrap their heads around anything they've been told bree can't be dead she just can't be God and they've never seen anything to indicate that Josh would even be Capable of hurting her let alone killing her but as the reality sets and the nightmare begins to unfold they start telling the truth the man they thought at love their daughter was not at all what he had seemed bree's boyfriend Josh was a convicted felon. WHO HAD A and troubling criminal history three by the time bree was murdered in two thousand fourteen dating back years before they ever met? There's a rundown of Josh's Criminal Record for the Anchorage Daily News after he was arrested and it is incredibly troubling. Almost from the time he turned eighteen all the way up to that June of two thousand fourteen Josh had constantly. We've been on the police radar. Starting in February of two thousand eleven when he was arrested for trying to run someone over with a truck driving under the influence with a blood alcohol level of point. One seven one percent. And Ashley do know what the legal limit is so. It's point zero eight right right. So his blood alcohol level was over twice the legal limit and on top of that they found a handgun on him when he was arrested. And there's more in November November of two thousand eleven. Josh was convicted of disorderly conduct for salting his own mother and less than a year later he went to a party. Got Drunk before throwing wingman on the ground. The host of the party were obviously shaken and asked him to leave and he did but he stole one of their trucks. On the way out and a lot of Josh's arrest involve drugs alcohol guns or even a combination of all three so major warnings. He was not a healthy young man fit to be any sort of romantic relationship but the most troubling part was yet to come because butch instantly more later learn court. Josh had more history with the law. Aw because in two thousand thirteen he was put on trial for four charges relating to an assault of his former girlfriend. So do we learn anything else about this other girlfriend like what happened to her. Okay so according to court records. Josh was actually violent towards multiple romantic partners before he ever met Brianna but he only went went on trial for domestic assault against this one girl after he allegedly beat the daylights out of her and this was the person he dated right before he met free. Her name is blurred out in the records. That ice. I and I don't know how she'd feel about her name being public. So I'm going to preserve privacy by calling her K.. And according court records after a night of drinking Josh Picked K.. Up off the bed through her to the ground. She hit the door frame when she landed. And when that happened he then grabbed her by the hair ripping out a huge chunk of it in the process and dragging her to living room once he got there. Josh held k. down and kept punching her in the head before grabbing a mirror off the wall and hitting her in the ribcage with he then put his knees on her shoulders to keep her in place so he could keep punching uh and at some point during all this josh even fired a gun and shot both case house and car and she finally managed to escape and ran into Josh's parents for help will and I assume they called the police right. I wouldn't say that. They really helped her. Linda gave her a pair of pants so so she had something to wear and then they went to clean up the crime scene. What I know trust me I know not only did they clean up the house and all the blood and the gun and the shell casings? But they also hid Josh's gun and then took Josh Homme K.. Eventually got to her parents and her dad was the one who ended up calling the police and Josh's Dad. Philip was eventually questioned by the police hours later but he lied about cleaning up the gun and the shell casings. And I'm honestly honestly shocked that fill in L.. Mita Josh's parents were never charged with evidence tampering. Especially considering this was far from Josh's first violent offense instead the Almeida's got total immunity from the state and didn't testify Josh's child due to their fifth amendment rights against self-incrimination but yet they both admitted they cleaned up. The blood had the gun and the shell casings at the crime scene and Josh wound up getting acquitted in November of two thousand thirteen. You're kidding I know and get this. No one told butch or cindy or.

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"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

Crime Junkie

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on Crime Junkie

"High Crimes Junkies. I'm Ashley Flowers and I'm Brit and you guys. It's been a minute but today I'm GonNa Pass over the Mike to Brit to tell you an episode and to tell you an episode on kind of Surprise Day. This isn't a regular scheduled episode. We wanted to drop it in your feet as a surprise because this month is actually eighteen dating violence awareness month and we couldn't find a story that really representatives in like a normal crime format. That's like thirty forty minutes long but we are so passionate about this cause and we think it's so important for young people to hear that we wanted to do this extra mini episode for you. Yes so the story we have free today. It goes back to an all too common problem intimate partner violence. And we've talked about it before like when we talked about Michelle Schroeder and Anna Maria Matola. We've seen how domestic violence isn't limited by the age or race or gender of the people in the relationship. It can happen to anyone anywhere at any time. And if you didn't I didn't know before crime junkies. You deserve safe loving relationships as a lot of you know I fell into an incredibly loving caring relationship when when I was a teen but not everyone is so lucky to discover that especially at such a young age. And we want to tell you a story that highlights just how important this issue is as we're going up north to Alaska to me a young woman who was on the very cusp of the rest of her life when dating violence turned to murder and stole her entire pitcher away from her. This is Brianna. Moore's story.

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"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on WTOP

"Told I WTOP traffic okay Breanna Bourbon solo we've got a lot of cloud cover out there what's the weekend looking like we've got a lot of cloud cover out there that's right it's overcast right now sunshine on the way light at the end of the tunnel for Superbowl Sunday so we see the clouds sticking around two nights we'll see a few sprinkles maybe a few showers to the south tomorrow there's a thirty percent chance of rain for everyone with highs in the forties were in the forties right now overnight it's cooling off quickly we'll look at the cloud cover helping us a little bit with the temperatures but still low thirties below freezing and some spot over are some spots overnight seal definitely the jackets in the morning and then umbrellas throughout the day as I mentioned mostly cloudy Saturday night becoming mostly sunny for Superbowl Sunday highs in the low to mid fifties a beautiful forecast ahead for the last day of the weekend and if you're planning on taking Monday off I'm not recommending you do it but if you're taking the Monday off after Superbowl Sunday it is going to be downright gorgeous we're looking at low to mid sixties possibly record breaking if not record tying heat on sixty five degrees will do it in Washington and we're looking at a forecast of sixty five on Monday so dreaming of sixties for the next of a couple of the first days of next week right now we're looking at forty still comfortable cool forty seven degrees right now in Arlington it is forty three degrees in rest in Gaithersburg forty four degrees and forty four in DC brought to you by when the plumber rusted same day service seven days a week it's three twenty one CBS news special report the Senate impeachment trial is on a short break now house managers are concluding their two hours of debate on calling more witnesses came Jeffries the president has the right to make policy but he does not have the right to break the law and coercion ally into helping him cheat and are free and fair election Republicans believe they have enough votes to defeat the motion for more witnesses and documents senators Lamar Alexander and Lisa Murkowski now say they will vote no CBS's Reno nine in with four Caskey statement of explanation the house chose to send articles of impeachment that are rushed and flawed I carefully consider the need for additional witnesses and documents to cure the shortcomings of its process but ultimately decided that I will vote against answering motions to subpoena only two Republicans indicate they will vote with Democrats not to call more witnesses Mitt Romney and Susan Collins CBS news special report I'm very non three twenty two cashless tolling was designed to get you through all those toll plazas in Maryland at highway speeds but one Maryland lawmaker says the fees are too high for those who don't have transponders who were who wanted to glitches for anyone who does not have an easy pass going through a cashless toll plaza means paying a surcharge and if a video toll payment is late fees climb right now they're fifty dollars fines will drop to twenty five dollars eventually but only for the first five violations and that's why delegate al car once the fines dropped to five dollars it's very important we passed the bill now because MBTA is aggressively rolling out cashless tolling statewide they've already converted to bridges back in October and the bay bridge is going to be converted by the summer Maryland Transportation Authority executive director James sports says the five dollar late fee is not realistic the five dollars doesn't even cover our cost for the contractor Kerr says other states that drop their late fees have seen better compliance as a result in Annapolis Kate Ryan WTOP news the brothers Grimm.

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Milwaukee Woman dies after waiting hours in hospital emergency room

This Morning with Gordon Deal

07:14 min | 1 year ago

Milwaukee Woman dies after waiting hours in hospital emergency room

"Off the bat a Milwaukee woman has died after waiting several hours in the emergency room in our family of blasting the hospital for not providing her more urgent care so because she had to wait for our in the emergency room I don't know if it is ever going to an emergency room I've never gone well I take that back one time I went to an emergency room where they didn't ask me what was wrong with me and then plot me down in the waiting room the only time I went there then I got taken directly in was because my neighbor across the street's try to get the connection right here brother was the chief nurse at the emergency room and that was the only time we went there and we called and asked what get we had just moved to the area so we called and asked you know Hey what's a good place to go move to and they said go here we'll call my brother and make sure you're all set up and everything and they get a chance so we went down there and not only did they take us right in the minutes of the the with a with a with a wheelchair to because they're trying to get big deal about why we were getting right and it was my wife and that they took us right in that but other outside of that it was the that was the only time that we were taken directly into a emergency room one time I took my daughter there she was five and you know horrible your infection may your kids are with pain she couldn't deal with it so we drove to the emergency room we walked in and there was nobody there not another soul was in the waiting room so when I was living in Charleston South Carolina and we walked up we said we you know signed in whatever we had to register my wife told what was wrong and then we when they said okay we'll call you in just a moment we went over when I mean even then when there is nobody else the UPS apparently in the emergency room we still had to wait forty five minutes to get it I told that story to someone once they said when they were calling people on the back when they took us in the back there was no one there it's like they're at the emergency room and unless a building you know catches fire collapses I don't want anything to do with actually helping people you know the TV was on back there but either way anyway to shot award was this woman's name I guess it still is I went to the emergency room at Rhode I can't be your name throw dirt and I would yeah you know even if somebody don't eat a lot of money at say we're not naming it for dirt I don't know what it is F. R. O. E. D. T. E. R. T. anyway for a terrible complaining she was experience just pains and shortness of breath that to me would have been a red flag that to me would have said that you know possible heart attack something along those lines but either way she underwent several tasks which included a chest X. ray showing an abnormal enlargement of the heart but after waiting around two and a half hours she decided to leave and seek help at an urgent care apparently what they had done and that they've done this to me before to an emergency room they take you back they do some preliminary stuff and then they make you go sit outside white again which is good and bad good because you get finished watching whatever was on TV that you didn't get to finish and bad because I don't know you have a large heart at least in this particular case it seems like it seems like one of those medical emergencies that would set off a red flag I'm not a doctor I actually do have doctors in my family but I'm not a doctor but anytime I talk to these people these relatives and we're talking about medical things which does happen when you have doctors and your family by the way I don't know why they feel the need to talk to a talk show host about that but they try to include because they know I'm an idiot that the medical things do come up any time somebody talks about heart issues they that that seems to me even an educated troll like me it seems to me that day heart issue would be considered somewhat serious so after waiting room for two hours she decided to leave and seek help at an urgent care center that does seem to me to be a flaw I don't know I don't make maybe they're different in Milwaukee we're already have cheese and I had no minorities but it seems to me that going to leaving the emergency room and going to an urgent care center urgent care centers to me are the things that are in pharmacies that you go in when you have nasty cough and you sit around and they look at your throat and say yeah you gotta cough go out there and get some cough syrup here's a prescription and then you get on your merry little way I wouldn't I did it again maybe they're different right with but that seems to be a little more complicated than than having to do that according to her sister Breanna said she didn't even have a band on a rest when I picked her up so she was just never even processed in all they did was take her back to chest X. rays center back into the lobby she was never even admitted only to have that they did have to figure out what was going on I mean I'm not looking to assign blame here it seems to me that they should have been paying a little bit more attention but I don't know if you have ever had to wait for an extensive period of time an extended period of time at a emergency room you know there are some that are they they tell that how long the wait is there are billboards on the side of the road Hey if you get shot the head it's only a two minute wait at Bob's hospital with the emergency in that kind of stuff they do that that's always nice and everything like that but most of the time people aren't you know I don't need to go to the emergency room but it's a pretty quick weight when we just run over there and see what's going on you know we got a few minutes before dinner then they usually doesn't happen usually when people are running to the emergency room it's because it's a yeah emergency so they I had off that way but either way I've waited like I said for hours in an emergency what which does lead one to wonder what the definition of an emergency is if I'm waiting around for hours in a lobby watching TV with the other unwashed masses then now what exactly is considered a an emergency if this poor woman can go when they're complaining of shortness of breath and chest pains and even take go back and do it do a do a chest X. ray and find that she has it all in a large heart it seems to me some red flags would go off their it seems to me some bells and whistles now that doesn't mean you have to crack the chest right then and does start to you know did the doing Sir heart surgery or something like that but it would seem to me you'd want that person close by in case something were to happen if for no other reason it's bad publicity if you're an emergency room and people are dying in the waiting room tends to give it to cast your organization in a negative light I would think maybe a little you know hypersensitive about such things but the anyway her sister brought her back to an urgent clinic but she collapsed in the parking lot and worlds rushed back to

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"breanna" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

12:46 min | 1 year ago

"breanna" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Breanna producing the show taking your calls now that I'm no longer well I mean I am an employee for five more nights I guess but that did they can't technically fire me at this point I suppose it's okay for me to directly address another elephant in the room which is that I'm not the only person who's leaving via the radio family over here twenties news talk I just heard through the grapevine and ashamed that I I didn't hear about it sooner that parent you may have seen headlines that I heart as having some layoffs which of course is an unnatural manifestation of structural reorganization which needs to take place in corporations from time to time business decisions have to be made they're not always fun and and apparently I I have this skill by the way this is this hi this is not the first time that I've totally by coincidence quit a job right before other people so you know it is just something I have a good instinct for I know when to leave the room and but any rate sue Jeffers the great Sioux Jeffers is no longer going to be on the air we had stand Pagel her long time producer and and friend produce this show on Monday night and you know it's it's it's so weird it's like it's like talking about somebody I had to be more better but let's like talking about death because the first one free and when you brought up to me my first thought was I just talked to him like he's not around anymore but of course yeah it's it's it is a loss for sure I mean sue Jeffers no joke no jokes sue Jeffers is the reason this show exists it's the reason I ever got on the air back during the tea party I was speaking here there and everywhere I was heavily involved in tea party organizations and I came on to sue Jeffers radar and as she had me on the show a couple of times and she introduced me to Ron Rosenbaum who also show here on this station at the time on the weekends holding court as you may recall on I hope you got to listen to it is fantastic content and I ended up being on his show as well now he and I had a much more antagonistic relationship the means to but that was kind of my door of your eye I had a little bit of background radio I used to actually ironically used to intern at KDWB which is directly across the hall from where we sit here in this studio I didn't know that yeah I never told them why it why would have come yeah but yet back in those days they were out of Butler square downtown so it was it was much more and it was the nineties so is much more entertaining experience than than lounging around here in the in the proverbial suburbs are almost suburbs but at any rate I have that little connection to radio but the the person who got me in the door really was sue and was a fantastic advocate and it's it's really sad to see that she is no longer going to be on the air and it it makes well I was gonna say bitter sweet but there's really nothing sweeter how did this just all better so let's not let's hear from you folks would hear from us Devon who wants to talk about Iran Stephan in Bloomington walking the program Hey I wonder if you know I could have said that to leaving but I see to pursue other opportunities I'm sure and I think you will do great in whatever endeavor here following that's the plan and so you brought a outstanding perspective to a lot of the items that we're presenting and I really wish you the best moving your creature I think you look great I'm sure that that is so someone who grew up in Europe I want to help people quit listening to this program a different perspective hole for how I think the United States who I really consider my my country and you know not to where I came from that's right left I never I don't bleach allegiance to where I came from occasionally just to the United States of America but if you look at your old going back to Alexander the great and then the Roman Empire and everything that full the your peers have read destroy each other for over two thousand years now like and it really took two world wars that wiped out a combined probably hundreds plus million people I'm not even counting the Russians and if all the Ural to finally come back and look at themselves and say you know maybe this is a bad idea and come up with a piece that this country is established after World War two in the we look at the Middle East is gonna similarly we have interfered in their affairs for one reason or another and I'm not I'm not arguing that so why we went there with a lot of Gennett stand or the Iraq war other places that we when he be I and so on right but I think we have to lead them kind of sort of their own things and you might be that they might blow themselves up right right just like the Europeans the but unless we let them do that they're never going to come to the realization that this is really a bad idea it's kind of a tough love approach of sometimes you got a got a let the kid fall off his bike so he learns how to get back up type of deals that what you're suggesting exactly yeah I think my only point we should point seven and I I think like the immediate counter that comes to mind is the consequences of that are both somewhat unpredictable and also extremely disruptive to the the order that we require in order to our own interests and maintain our our own economy and so perhaps that's why that particular approach of just let them Duke it out has not been taken now I I think there's a contrast between that sort of mum isolationist slash non interventionist model obviously contrast between that and what could be liable was put in for which is the idea that not not that we should do what we've done which is this kind of perpetual warfare go in there and just be a and a presence that's ever lasting ten no resolution you know it's it's not a cult what we have done is not colonize we're not being what it truly being imperial yeah the United States is accused of being imperial the west has been accused of being imperial but this isn't what imperialism looks like imperialism doesn't just linger and hang out and engage in police actions right hand imperial power takes over it colonizes the controls it exerts authority and to my mind either what Stephenson jests or what Cody suggests is the way to go you got to pick one you're either you're in or you're out and if you're in it should be to control the situation and neutralize the threat Intel a in order is established that is self perpetuating and non threatening and then you can bring everybody else let's talk to sue in Saint Paul Walker the program hi well I agree with that guy who called also but I'm reading a book right now about the Middle East and it is their politics so convoluted I'm sure that we can't understand all things going on there you know it'd be met stop in that math but that isn't why called I called because I'm mad about you leaving why are you leaving because of who is a no no no I need to be a great reason yeah well if she goes I go yeah actually I should just rolled with that men like yes I'm leaving in protest but no I I submitted my resignation prior to learning that there were going to be any other severance is taking place well that's double whammy but I don't understand because you are so good at this year's show is so unique I I'm sure you could have gone national eventually and all and yet you did get thirteen if I feel terrible well they could but decently well yeah and as somebody who was a loyal and and the race is Jason fan I can certainly relate to that but I'll tell you what what's going on what's happening is a couple of things one for four years for four years and I appreciate the call Sir my schedule has been get up somewhere between five and seven in the morning work all day at at jobs that have required more than eight hours of commitment somehow juggle family and at various times city council and church responsibilities and then coming here somehow prepare for a show in between all of that and then be on the air on the radio for two hours and go home and and crawl into bed at eleven o'clock at night and get up about six hours later and do it all over again I've done that for for years and after the first year in I kind of was like well you know Hey if I can do for a year then I guess I can do it right and then two and then three but I'm telling yeah somewhere in there I turned forty somewhere in there I passed the point at which it just didn't feel as easy as it used to be number one number two my kids are getting older you know when I started this my kids were six and two now they're ten and six and I am I've always been to my gratitude I've always been very much aware of the the temporary status of being a parent with children in the home and I've tried to savor as much of it as I could but as they get older of course you become more acutely aware of the fact that there are fewer days coming or lease number days ahead into in terms of which they're going to be right there with you and I want to be able to enjoy as much as possible my wife has recently gotten a new job that has allowed her to change her schedule and I have recently gotten a new job and after do a little bit of break in here after about three months in the new job I secured promotion which is going to require all of my attention and so it just it has become impractical for me to continue in this program now that said I'm not really abandoning you we'll be back in some form or another I don't know when I don't know what the form will be probably won't be radio probably something more along the lines of podcaster YouTube or something along those lines but keep your eyes open now Walter Hudson at Walter Johnson on Twitter at Walter Johnson on Facebook you find me there will keep the closing arguments Walter to Facebook page calling and now are re brand that to whatever we end up doing down the road but it's not abandonment it's just change is just metamorphosis these things happen Jason Lewis in despite are losing his voice day today over the air which are many of us tuned in for all three hours religiously at what he's still with us and he's still doing great things and we're grateful for the things he's doing six five one nine eight nine five eight five five closing argument might as well try outs in towards the stock dot com daisy too sharp entertaining also Sean Hannity the American people deserve the truth let's keep it simple we see these new star okay any eleven thirty one oh three five FM sticking to your new year's.

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Breanna Stewart calls out NCAA for lack of respect to women's game during March Madness

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"But first a brief rant and listen. I could go on a lot longer than I'm going to keep it. I'm going to keep it quick. But brianna Stewart called out the NC double A for their lack of respect for the women's game. During March madness, she pointed out that the March madness handle tweeted out Ron Swanson gift and said when you find out there are no March madness games until Thursday mad face hashtag Sweet Sixteen there were of course, women's games. There were eight women's games on the twenty fifth. And even though the March madness handle says it is for the men's tournament and forces women to go with. The NC double A WB handle most people don't know that. And March madness is gender neutral. It is it is not about the men's tournament trademark to the men's tournament. It actually started with high school hoops. And so when even that handle if they want to say, we're bummed the men's games aren't playing go. Check out the women, that's fine. But the idea of constantly being the default. So that when John Moran has the first triple double since dream on green, and no one mentioned in the men's tournament. Because Sabrina UNESCO is has eighteen triple doubles this year and just had one in the tournament last year in multiple women have recently, again, it's not about people not understanding. It's about giving context. So that you can give props words do when people say that you NBC upsetting UVA is the first time internment history will no it's not because the Harvard women did it in the nineties. It's not that hard to say in men's tournament history. It's not that hard to add men's and how do I know? No that because women always have to do it. We always have to add women's to everything. And I think when you have schools even schools where the women's program is more successful than the men's and they always had to add the W or the women's to their handles to their social handles. They always have to add the modifier. So people know they're talking about them. It's insulting. It's insulting to say. Lady. Huskies lady giants it's insulting especially when it's something. That's a male thing. Like stallions lady stallions that makes no sense. That sounds like an unfortunate accident for the horse. But you know, what I'm saying? And again, people push back so hard on this. When I tweet about it. They say, oh, you knew what they meant. Well, why is it so difficult to add a modifier so that you say men's tournament women's tournament? Because then you're at least respecting that there is another tournament going on. And that those women are working just as hard putting in just as much time. Whether or not you want to watch them whether or not it's your priority. Give them the respect that they're that they've earned and to me we see this all the time with Little League World series. Perfect example, are they the best at what they do of anybody in the universe know, why are we interested because we tell people the stakes and we tell people the stories when we do that with women's sports for the Olympics for the World Cup for Serena Williams, when we give people the stakes and the stories people are interested.

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