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Hulu's Mike Tyson Series Is Good Despite His Disapproval
"You can not sleep on the series about Mike Tyson on Hulu. The streaming platform Hulu. They had a way of doing things and putting the show together. It's in a really great way, the actor playing Mike Tyson is trevante Rhodes. He was in moonlight. He was in bird box. He gets Mike's mannerisms down like you can't believe. This guy should be an impressionist. Harvey Keitel plays the famous train of custom motto who eventually, you know, adopted Mike and let him live in his house upstate New York to get him out of Brownsville, but the scenes and Brownsville Brooklyn of where he grew up and what it was life, what his life was like brutal. Robin Givens his ex-wife and her mother, they come across as a really bad and conniving pair of women, but Mike's brutality in the ring and his brutality when he had his one man show his brutal honesty when he had his one man show. They kind of go hand in hand. And it wasn't until that night that he began to speak so honestly that he just said to everybody, I'm going to tell you all the truth, all right? I'm going to take you back. I'm going to tell you, I'm going to tell you everything. And that always turned me on when someone says that as a person who always followed people around and tried to get dirt, dig up dirt. It's the people who were just so honest that you don't chase his heart. You just go, you know, the guy said he has problems here and there. I'm not going to go keep digging up rocks. He is who he is. He's imperfect. It's the people who just lie and you just go, I'm going to catch this guy. So I love that honesty about Mike Tyson. That's what made America fall in love with him again. It's hard to turn away from. Unfortunately, Mike is not happy about Hulu, running this series.
Biden Administration Is Transporting Illegal Immigrants Across the Country
"And watch this. So we've been waiting for this. Biden administration releasing a long awaited report on migrant encounters at the southern border during the month of December. It shows the number trying to enter the U.S. last month higher than the three previous December combined. Bill mullerian on that story, some stunning video as well live in Brownsville, Texas. Wow. Bill, good morning. Bill good morning to you right now. We are in front of a parking garage in Brownsville where for the very first time during this border crisis, we actually witnessed the mass release of single adult male migrants from federal custody. Take a look at this video we shot right here on Sunday afternoon. What you're looking at are federally contracted buses dropping off dozens of migrants at this parking garage and what you'll quickly notice is these are all single adults being released almost all of them men. No children, no family units. And this raised eyebrows with us because single adults are supposed to be expelled from the country via title 42. So we watched these as these migrants were ushered into this unmarked office with a for lease sign. There were some black tarps set up outside to restrict the public from viewing what was going on. And after a short time in that office, we started noticing taxicabs showing up to this parking garage. The Laplace parking garage. We watched as migrants then came out of the office, got into the taxicabs and the taxicabs started driving away. So we followed those taxicabs. They ended up going to Harlem gene airport about 20 to 30 minutes away from where we are. And those migrants were just dropped off at the airport to fly around the country. We talked to a couple of them. They said they were going to Atlanta, Houston in Miami, and they had just crossed illegally and paid a cartel $2000 to do so. So I reached out to the city of Brownsville to ask what the heck's going on here and they confirmed their
FOX News Reporter Bill Melugin Catches Biden Administration Releasing Illegals Meant for Deportation
"Particular bill Mulligan and bill Mulligan ME LU gian is a fantastic reporter I don't know him I've never spoken to him but he's a fantastic reporter Fox News reporter this is right scoop Bill Mulligan catches Biden administration mass releasing a legal center supposed to be deported We are lied to constantly and repeatedly by this IQ unhinged phony president And the people with whom he surrounds himself Fox News reporter Bill Mulligan caught the Biden administration transporting a mass releasing single adult illegals most of whom are men by the way into the country even though the law says they must be deported immediately He tweeted we witnessed the federal government mass releasing single adult migrants almost all men and a parking garage in Brownsville Texas taxicabs were then called for them We followed the cabs to harlington airport With a migrants were dropped off to get on flights around the United States According to Mulligan this violates title 42 and CBP so they had nothing to do with that ice as the agency releasing these illegals So they're violating federal
"brownsville" Discussed on The Times: Daily news from the L.A. Times
"From one minority to the other, you should be ashamed of yourself. People who have called me the N word are used the N word around me in Brownsville. I always let them know. Once you leave your little bubble of the valley. And if you ever went to a Houston, or another major big city here in the U.S., you will be looked upon the same way you were looking at me. Please know that. Usually they just.
How Inflation Impacts Normal American Households
"Is writing. I was reading your New York Post column before Christmas after Christmas about how inflation actually impacts people because I think that there's a vast misunderstanding of how inflation works on normal American households. Sure. Well, first of all, thanks for having me on. I think about a everyone has talked about inflation and how it's impacted people in the variety of different ways. But one of the ways I think that we have ignored is what is sort of right in plain sight, but we don't think about it. Is the working poor? The people that didn't participate or haven't participated or would never even think about participating in the great resignation. Have, however, have worked, have never stopped working and take great pride in their in working. But the way that inflation has impacted them, it's just sort of gutting them. I went to a free coat drive. It was sponsored by a local energy company in western Pennsylvania. And Brownsville Pennsylvania in Washington county. And as I'm waiting for it to begin, I watch these cars pull into the parking lot of the parents and you know these cars and trucks have all seen better days, right? We've all started the bid there at some point in our life where our car is pretty rough. But it's still getting us to point a to point B but it can sort of pile out. The kids have no idea that their parents are there for charity. But they were there to get a brand new Coke, beautiful coat, actually, they had for children anywhere from the age of toddler up until a teenager and they also got to see Santa Claus. But these people are working and inflation is killing them. They're unable to be able to provide the things the essentials that their kids need, not just meaning coach, but also food, or pay their energy bills or their rent because inflation is just cut into their into their budget. They needed to buy that used car that the old car that they pulled in with. Well, good luck because if you can even find a used car and that's a very real problem. Yes it is. They're up. They're the cost of the used cars up over 31%.
"brownsville" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio
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"brownsville" Discussed on Read Between the Lines
"I'm so excited to have you on today. So can you tell me about what you just ripped. So i wrote a book A poetry collection cards. Small punctures Due out on august twenty four from brownsville books small altars is my debut poetry collection. Which is planning to think. I over forty but thankful the last if these words out into the world now and i know i just missed you but it really is so incredible you would not believe like it's a depew collection you know. So i kind of a question about the name though small altars. How did you decide on sort of highlighting that poem from the books specifically. Oh wow okay. So i think are probably need to talk about even the name before our share about The the actual poem I was at a full moon gathering and of one of the many books that they had was a book about alter making and i flipped through it. And they talked about how you can make these like miniature alters with like cigarette boxes and so on and so forth and i thought my god. I've been doing that since i was a kid. My grandfather used to smoke cigars. And i used to take his boxes and keep all of my special things in there all the rocks that i found that i thought were diamonds and the alike pershing samples and no sin sonus for right And so small altars as palm Really came about as being a bit of the glue of the book. prior to the pollen. I didn't see how much the stories a myself and my mother and my grandmother were intertwined but small altars. I'm was definitely a it was upon written after my grandmother passed away kind of a search for the maternal and sonus for. That's that's really interesting. 'cause i remember reading it and going like i was wondering why it was specific. Lead that one out of book is really all these poems. They they all shine through. And that's a really interesting thing. So like i won't talk a little bit about the autobiographical in this and like how you got place for because you talk about a lot of heavy subjects unlike your like you said you're like your whole family and stuff like how'd you get to the place that you knew you wanted to write that. Will i'll tell you this molly and you probably will just what so. I am a stutterer. And i've always better. When i was a child. i was less than i am right now. But i feel better and It's almost like i was forced to be quiet. And to listen to people to listen to people how they spoke to listen to story to listen to these very nuance. I'm its language and storytelling and memory and so i've been writing since i was a kid and like seriously writing since i was a kid so this this book is a long time coming or sure there any the poems in here that you wrote like a while ago like when you were a kid or anything like that. Oh no. I don't have on although these are poems. That really on span. My motherhood and my oldest is twenty one so it does fan A number of years on there aren't any from my childhood although i bring in Some of the memories are chow hood around like jump rogue and you know Clay you know. And so on and so forth but there are many other elements. The year is well in particular the body. I think that a theme that runs the course of the book is the body and in a sense. I feel like these are body plums. What you mean but like yeah it very much like it feels very. I don't know how to describe it but like very connected to every like parties like the body in every part of the mind like everything around you like just reading at leg and the way that it's all of the poems are collected together it feels like it's you're getting like a full picture but like a little bit at a time. Oh well when you know. I just might that you said that comes back really kinda place into the title small altars rain. I have a one hundred and thirty euro riney and home that. I've been renovating for the past seven years. And when people come over one of the first things that they noticed is the way that our have items gathered and so that whole concept of small altars. I see how it it shows up in the day to day life. You know as a space Reverence as a space of ritual as a space of story. You know yes definitely So i wanna talk a little bit more about like the process of righties of these poems. How did you do x. Like on the on the podcast. A lot. I talked with a lot of novelists and like people are right long form usually and most time. It's like oh you sit down and you start writing like you get an idea and just like are. You plotted our me but poetry like how do you do that. How is it different. Well it's so funny. You should say that. Because i got my bachelors in fiction writing but i've always been a poet after after finding fiction. Act on my guy.
"brownsville" Discussed on Latino USA
"I can do more. And so i did and she failed miserably. Almost a decade later in the nineteen eighty s. She would try again. And this time succeed. So i became president at thirty seven and became the first latina in the united states to be president of a college or university shoot achieved her goal and in the valley. I never found an opportunity. That was better than what i could do here. They're very few people that want to come to the border and do the kind of work that we had to do which is building from the ground up in in terms of higher. Ed should be looking at how other university presidents approach job and what inspired their work. She found answers when she met. Robert mccabe then president of miami dade college and he said well my job is to invite into higher education the next wave of native floridians or the next wave of people that come to our shore from haiti or cuba or wherever they come from and opened the doors of higher education for them. And if i can do that really well then they will help sustain our democracy they will then sustain this kind of country going forward. This spoke deeper to what i was. Eventually to adopt. Is my own purpose. Dr garcia knew but if brownsville was ever going to keep its best and brightest at home it would need to offer the more. I felt like i was pat piper leading people down the wrong road because if all i was going to be able to give them access to was an associate degree the chances of them going on to get a baccalaureate so slim nationwide much less here at the time texas south most college was lending space on his campus to panamerican university located about an hour west brownsville but dr garcia wanted brownsville to have its own standalone for your college and to accomplish that it would need a partner in the summer of nineteen ninety during the presidency of bush senior. A meeting was arranged with the chancellor of the university of texas system. One of the largest systems of higher education in the country with more than a dozen universities health institutions as dr garcia remember said the chancellor leaned back in his chair and said it would be decades before the. Ut system was in a position to invest in the rio grande valley intern texas south. Most college chairperson. Mary rose qatar than us came to the edge of her chair and could have leaned into him and she said well. We don't have the luxury to wait. Twenty thirty years. So if you don't want to do a deal with i get it but we're going to talk to somebody else. And she mentioned texas an of course which is a rival and we all froze the not so disguised threat worked launching a standalone university and brownsville had finally begun and about a year later. The university of texas brownsville a partnership with south most college sharing land buildings and faculty was a reality. Dr garcia would become president of ut a few months later over the next fifteen years. The university grew at a feverish pace. Adding thousands of students recruiting faculty and building infrastructure but the government had other plants after the september eleventh terrorist attacks in two thousand and one the voices calling to secure the border had become a deafening chorus and south. Texas was in the national spotlight. It would take five years but the debate culminated with passage of the secure fence. Act of two thousand and six news..
Looking Back at the Secure Fence Act
"This october will mark fifteen years. Since president. George w bush signed the secure fence act of two thousand and six bill. I'm about to sign is an important step. In our nation's efforts to secure our border and reform immigration system congress approved the act with bipartisan support authorizing nearly seven hundred miles of new barrier along the southwestern border with mexico up until this point just a few dozen miles of border wall had been built and that happened under democratic president. Bill clinton under president george w. bush the secure fence act would focus on militarizing the nearly two thousand mile long border with mexico the act allowed vehicle. Barriers checkpoints increased uses of satellites cameras and other technologies order. Property owners would soon received letters from the federal government asking them for permission to enter and survey their land. This would lead to legal battles and property seizures with many of these moving into new administration's today reporter aaron nelson takes us to a university in brownsville. Texas we're dr. juliet. Garcia led a legal battle against border wall construction. This case is a reminder of the fights. Many continue to wage against an opponent almost impossible to defeat. Here's earn nelson. One overcast morning and late spring. Dr juliet garcia stands at the wild entrance of a defunct golf course overgrown palm palm fronds obscure the welcome sign where the university of texas brownsville. Golf team was headquartered. The golf course was popular with retirees and young golfers hosting tournaments for local high schools countless thousands of rounds of golf every year. If it's part of what we're trying to build here but that's gone now. What lies beyond the wall. Today is a no-man's-land. An outcome of goliath versus david kind of battle. This story begins in late. Two thousand seven a few months after the secure fence act became law the federal government targeted. Utd's land and other private land to try and build a border wall as president of the university. Dr garcia was forced to step away from the classrooms and into the forefront of an unexpected fight to protect the institution. She had helped create. Nobody wants to take on an issue like this. You know. I mean. I'd jobless to hire faculty not fight department of homeland security.
Fake Apple AirPods Worth $1.3M Seized in Ohio
"Customs and border protection officers in Ohio are keeping fake Apple products off store shelves. Matt Matt Johnson has more. The agency says it seized multiple shipments of more than 6000 Airpods and Cincinnati last weekend. If real, the electronics would have been worth over $1.3 million. The headsets came from China and we're headed for an address in Brownsville,
AJ and Joe Talk Pedophiles
"Clearly they were pedophiles forever, of course. But we never grew up worrying about our parents never thought you should not go in there. You should have though. I know. They were probably worse then. I know. Like they have to practice at the beach feels football. Like no one's picking him up at 15, 20 minutes. Why? Why wouldn't it have fall be hanging out there? Right. And I never knew. I forgot maybe he said, I never knew Mike Tyson was taken into a fucking hallway in Brownsville and molested. I didn't know that shit. And he said, that's the moment he became iron Mike. You know, I didn't know that shit. Well, no, the moment he became was when the guy ripped the head off his pigeon. But still, somebody, some guy grabbed him, and he's the sickness. You looked at a young Mike Tyson. Clearly wasn't a good-looking kid. It doesn't matter. That's what I'm saying. That's what I'm saying. It doesn't matter about beauty. No. It's like a conquering. It's a note that the vulnerable and easy targets, unfortunately. That's why I never get these fucking parents who go, first day is school at Prairie dog. Or whatever the fuck it is. Meerkat. Meerkat day care. And like, you know, you're basically telling pedophiles on Facebook. No. Here's my kid's name. Here's what they look like. They're gonna be here from 9 to three every day. And look at Jimmy's shorts. And look at exactly. And I'm like, what the fuck are you doing?
"brownsville" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"New Orleans, Houston to Brownsville, and, uh The end so often use fire occurred to me. My friend, uh, was saying true, I'll stake my keychain. I lived loved my life is Whoa! Oh, how troubled TV and everything. But emotional whose is I did admire. 50 years ago today. Elvis. I quoted Paul Uncle's song, but then it was, of course, made famous by Frank Sinatra and really became Sinatra's signature song. I realize that most of you are going to disagree, but I'm going to tell you because it's my opinion and saw it through in my I enjoy Elvis's version more than Frank Sinatra's high, but I am an Elvis nut, and I'm unapologetic about now I understand Sinatra version is a classic. It's better known bigger sales. I just really love Elvis's version. I did more. Oh, no. Ramon just said you realized 20 years from now.
Facing Bias in Facial Recognition Technology
"Joy willem. Weenie is a researcher at the mit media. Lab who pioneered research into the bias. That's built into artificial intelligence and facial recognition and the way she came to this work is almost a little too on the nose as a graduate student at mit she created a muir that would project aspirational images onto her face. Like a lion or serena williams but the facial recognition software. She installed wouldn't work on her black face until she literally put on a white mask will. I'm we need is featured in a documentary called colleague bias now streaming on net flicks. She told us about one scene. Where facial recognition tech with installed in an apartment complex in brownsville in brooklyn. We actually had a tennis association. Reach out to us to say look. There's this landlord. They're installing the system using facial recognition as an entry mechanism. The tenants do not want this. Can you support us. Can you help us understand. A bit of the technology and also limitations and what i found was the tenants they already had it and it was a question not just about the performance of these technologies. You just it seemed like every group where we've seen struggle that was the group and that was predominant in that building but it was also a question of agency and control to actually even have a voice and choice to say. Is this a system that we want. you know. i feel like there's this kind of double whammy with this technology. Which is that. There's bias built in and because it is fundamentally good for use in surveillance and punishment it feels like it's almost disproportionately being used in communities where it is least likely to be effective or to cosimo's problem. Frankly absolutely here were saying. Is that if it doesn't work in terms of the technical aspect you get misidentification 's you get false arrest and so forth but even if it does work you can still optimize these systems. as tools of oppression so putting in surveillance tolls into the hands of police departments where we see time and time again. The criminalization of communities of color is not going to improve the situation. It just automates. What has already been going
How Mike Tyson Was Saved by Cus D'Amato
"There's a great documentary or a series on ABC about Mike Tyson, I saw the first one, it's all about what Mike's life was like and how he came up from nothing and met custom model who taught him everything. And it's great because you see this all Italian trainer took Mike in. Upstate New York. And what this documentary with this series does that no one's ever done is it shows Mike, you know, gave him a room, which Mike they've had. Mike Tyson's life was his mother getting fucked by, you know, drunk guys. And he didn't have his own bedroom and it was just disgusting. This poor kid living in Brownsville, but people were getting shot and killed dead bodies was showing up in lots of 10 a.m. and his mother was high. And Mike had the pigeon coop on the roof, but what's really great is like custom model took him in, made him live with him. But the main thing is he gave him all the films custom on it was a boxing authority. And he gave them all the films of all the fighters from Jack Johnson to Dempsey to, you know, Jake lamona, and Mike, as a young kid, 18, 19 year old boy, younger. He worked the projector and he watched all these fighters. And that's how he got his knowledge of boxing and he modeled himself off of Jack Dempsey. And you see, you see video of my sitting there was a 17 year old kid watching these fighters, it's amazing. So you got to understand like Mike Tyson's boxing IQ is off the
"brownsville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Person fist bumps with students and shakes hands with neighborhood leaders. Then he began speaking, he says, growing up in South Jamaica, Queens, you often had a negative impression of police. Not unlike Melvin. The things that I saw. My interactions with law enforcement. I painted along forceful but then price I said that cop was nasty to me. All cops are like that. But at the urging of his strong willed father, he recall signing up for a police department internship and attending a community event like this and not want to be someone. Com Until I saw this condemned program. And he didn't invent something similar to this. They sat down with the youth. And improve. Brady talked about somebody issues that are going on. Harrison hopes investing in dialogue sessions like this will be the starting point in lasting relationships. In March, he became the department's top uniformed commander and one of the highest ranking black officials in the department. And while the NYPD already has a community affairs arm, and his normal responsibilities include overseeing 36,000 officers, he's prioritizing this. Connecting young people with personal and skill development opportunities, he says. It's a key part of crime prevention, keeping kids from succumbing to drugs and gangs in their neighborhoods. We're gonna make sure we continue to talk and and have Tyler. I want a direction. I want to help you in life. While many activists have called for de funding, or even abolishing the police. Most of these students here are talking about improving the policing they deal with every day one says officers need to work on their own mental health issues. Another says they're too quick to judge them on the street. High schooler Come, Maya Fraser says police officers from Brownsville should be here listening to the cops to do.
"brownsville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To us. At a vigil in Brownsville last month, residents of the van Dyke houses gathered to mourn the killing of a mother and her two Children. It is in your name we duper Hey, man. Among those gathered was 61 year old a layer ship L, a likely Adam's voter. Come June. When you think about how to communities have set up it kind of shut up to explode a lack of jobs, few after school programs, parents are stressed. Asked which mayoral candidate might be best suited to tackle those issues. She smiled. Well, You know, I kind of like my borough president. I think he has demonstrated that you know, his heart is for people. On the campaign trail. In recent weeks, Adams has been talking about the rise in shootings more than any other candidate in the race. I'm alarmed At the definite silence that we're hearing about this gun violence in our community. Unlike other more left wing candidates, Adams doesn't want to decrease the NYPD budget. He wants more funding for the unit that handles gun violence and more spot checks, a train and bus stations to seize illegal weapons. These solutions to younger generation seemed like more of the same. He has old ways of thinking about what he considers Reform City Council member Antonio Reynaud. So who is running to succeed? Adams's borough president, is part of a younger generation of Brooklyn leadership. Another member of the new guard is state Senator Andrew Good artists He worked with Adam's and is supporting him for mayor. He sees the generation gap a little differently. We often grow up and we intentionally avoid taking the advice of our parents, I would venture to say. That Perhaps some people are not hearing Eriks message, even though it's the same as other candidates, but in a slightly different way, because we want to not hear it may be another sign of a generation gap. Adams isn't on social media much. But that didn't stop him from going viral. A few weeks ago, a video he made in 2011 was recirculated, innit? He encourage parents to search their Children's rooms. Look at all the items inside the room with Phil around. See what's the possibility looking for guns or drugs soon. Paper BOY love Prince, a 28, year old rapper and artist who's also running for mayor. Had remixed it What she's doing in my.
MIT Researcher Discusses Bias in AI and Facial Recognition
"And we need a researcher at the mit media. Lab who pioneered research into bias. That's built in to artificial intelligence and facial recognition and the way she came to this work is almost a little too on the nose as a graduate student at mit she created a muir that would project aspirational images onto her face. Like a lion or serena williams but the facial recognition software. She installed wouldn't recognize her black face until she literally put on a white mask. Boom we need is featured in a documentary called coded bias. Airing tonight on pbs. She told us about one scene. Where facial recognition tech was installed in an apartment complex in brownsville in brooklyn. We actually had a tennis association. Reach out to us to say look. There's this landlord. They're installing the system using facial recognition as an entry mechanism. The tenants do not want this. Can you support us. Can you help us understand a bit of the technology and also limitations. And what i found was the tennis. They are already had it and it was a question. Not just about the performance of these technologies you just. It seemed like every group struggled. That was the group and that was predominant in that building but it was also a question of agency and control to actually even have a voice and a choice to say. Is this a system that we want. you know. i feel like there's this kind of double whammy with this technology. Which is that. There's bias built in and because it is fundamentally good for use in surveillance and punishment it feels like it's almost disproportionately being used in communities where it is least likely to be effective or cosmos problem. Frankly absolutely and here we are seeing is that it doesn't work in terms of the technical aspects. You get identifications. You get false arrest and so forth but even if it does work you can still optimize systems as tools of oppression so putting in surveillance titles into the hands of police departments where we see time and time again. The over criminalization of communities of color is not going to improve the situation. It just automates. What has already been going on. There is now this industry of algorithm auditors being brought into tow companies if there is bias in their work cannot be a solution. Or are these problems to fundamental. I think there is absolutely a role for algorithm auditing to play in the ecosystem when it comes to accountability and understanding the capabilities and limitations of ai. Systems but what. I oftentimes see when it comes to algorithm make auditing is it's done without context so if you just audit an algorithm in isolation or a product that's using machine learning in isolation. You don't necessarily understand how it's it will impact people in the real world and so it's a bit of a catch twenty two and so much as we don't know how it's going to work on people in the real world. Should we deploy it is why you want to have systems like algorithm make impact assessments. Because it's a question of looking at the entire design. Is this even a technology. We want if it has some benefits. What are the risk. And importantly are we including the x. Coded the people most likely to be harmed if these systems that are deployed go wrong and i think that is an important place to include people right then beyond our ethnic. Auditing we really have to think about redress. So you can audit the systems right. You can do your best to try to minimize the bias. Try to minimize the harms. But we have to also keep in mind that the systems are fallible. There will be mistakes in the real world. And so what happens when somebody is harmed and this is part of ongoing work. We're doing with the algorithm ick justice league to look at. What does harm's redress look like in the context of an ai powered world. Where do you go when you're harmed and we want that place to be. I'm the algorithm. Make adjust asleep.
FEMA chief says COVID-19 positivity rate among migrants is less than 6%
"Continues at the Mexican border. The White House acknowledges a steady increase in the number of migrants being stopped at the southern border. The head of homeland security insists the situation is under control. Meanwhile, CBS is Nicole's Ganga says the governor of Texas and other lawmakers fear migrants. Are spreading. Covert. 19, FEMA's acting director, says less than 6% of migrants tested for covert 19 at the US Mexico border are positive. That's a lower percentage than the overall positivity rate in the state of Texas, which stands at 7.4%. According to Johns Hopkins University. Since the end of January, Texas's emergency management division has sent 40,000 Rapid Cove in 19 tests provided by the federal government to border communities that includes Brownsville, McAllen, Laredo and Del Rio.
This new York City Pharmacist Had Covid-19 Vaccine Doses to Spare. So He Hit the Road.
"With millions of americans clamoring to get their vaccine one pharmacist and brooklyn. New york found himself a unique position as reported by the new york times number. Kalou skar faced a problem this month. That seemed to defy logic. He struggled to find people to take the two hundred doses. He had on hand instead of waiting for them to come to the pharmacy. He would take his doses to them for more. We are so happy to welcome to the broadcast on loose. Kerr the pharmacist at the center of this story. He's based by the way at roissy pharmacy in the brownsville neighborhood of brooklyn How is it you you ended up with two hundred doses in your in your freezer. And and what did you end up doing. How did you get them into arms. Absolutely so we were pinched between two well intentioned rules about that ended up having a having a bad effect on us in one or two weeks in particular There's the rule that retail pharmacies at the time restricted to patients age. Sixty five and older. It was meant to create a place where seniors wouldn't have to compete with everyone else for vaccines and new york's user or loser role that providers need to use all vaccines in their inventory within seven days. Our risk gang removed from the program And between new mass vaccination site medgar evers college. That does absolutely excellent. Work and more farms is getting their hands on the vaccine. We were finding less and less patients to fill our appointment slots
Woman stabs 14-year-old girl during argument in New York City subway station
"NEWS AH, Fortune Year old girl is recovering from stab wounds after an argument with another teenager on a subway platform in Brooklyn on Saturday evening. Cops say it happened on an elevated platform of the three train near the stairs on Center Avenue and Rutland Road and Brownsville, The 14 year old pulled out a Taser and an 18 year old female stabbed her in the chest with an unknown object. Police are looking for that 18 year old. They say that she fled the station with about 8 to 10, other people. The victim was taken to a hospital is expected to be OK. No arrests have been made The
Biden administration leaves border towns on edge
"Out the Biden administration to help border towns deal with the influx of migrants flooding the U. S border. The failure of the federal government to protect our border and to protect our citizens who lived on that border is unforgivable. U S Customs and Border Protection Numbers show The number of migrants crossing the border have been almost doubling over the past few months compared to the same time a year ago. One thing, and then they act out the other side of the issue with open arms and not defending our border. Not paying the boots on the ground in the resource is necessary to be sure that those immigrants are coming in and directly impacting our small communities there, then left saddled with the public health crisis. There's a growing concern over the number of Children have been crossing the border newsman Griff Jenkins is in Madam Morris. The only thing that's left in this migrant camp oven over two years ago under President Trump's remain in Mexico is the cleanup job. All of the migrants that were inside have left this camp is being closed. There were about 800 Miles. It's in this camp in Madam Morris, most of them heading over to Brownsville, Texas. However, not all got across one migrant. We talk to Jorge Garcia said He spent 14 months in these dire and difficult conditions, but the lion's share of the migrants were able to cross legally under Biden's new policies. Officials of the real Grande Valley sectors say the A number of migrants who have crossed the border is almost double compared to the same time just a year ago. When you tell them look, we're not gonna deport you might even give you Asylum and
US gives hope to previously denied asylum seekers in camp
"Some previously denied asylum seekers in a Mexican border camper getting fresh hope of entering the U. S. They were told that the U. S government may reopen their cases and they would eventually be able to enter the US to wait out the asylum process. This came is Mexican authorities work to close the improvised camp across from Brownsville, Texas, that is housed thousands of asylum seekers over the more than two years it existed. Last month Abide administration began processing asylum seekers who had been forced to wait in Mexico during the administration of former
While Many Asylum-Seekers Start Entering The U.S. Again, Others Are Left Behind
"Long, perilous wait for hundreds of asylum seekers stuck in Mexican towns on the US border may soon be over. The Biden administration has begun allowing some of them into the U. S to make their cases for asylum. Reversing policies put in place by former President Trump. But now, as NPR's John Burnett reports, even more migrants are surging to the border. Sandra Zuniga and her son Elder, are some of the lucky ones. They were among the migrants stuck in a camp in Matamoras, Mexico, amid the rats, snakes, mosquitoes and mud. On Sunday, Zuniga and her son walked across the International Bridge received a notice to appear in US Immigration court and settled into a cozy condo in Brownsville, Texas. It's rented by a volunteer who befriended her. You said the thought Yesterday you had the glory be to God Day I arrived. I spent the whole day crying to end up in such a beautiful place with my own bedroom and bathroom way past a great test on the camp. Some people even doubted the existence of God. We overcame. Zuniga says she fled Honduras with her son to get away from an abusive husband and violent extortionists in her neighborhood. They stayed in the camp for a year, Trump had suspended most asylum applications because of the pandemic. Biden has restarted the process, and Zuniga is among the early beneficiaries of the policy change. She taught kindergarten it a free school inside the camp. She recalled, when her students realized that their ordeal was finally over, won't mean Yo causes billing me you're on. There was a little boy who told me goodbye crying. He always asked me teacher. When can we leave here? He gave me a big hug and said through his tears. Last teacher we are crossing over. There's some 25,000 migrants scattered up and down the border between Matamoros in Tijuana. Many have been waiting well over a year to press their asylum cases in the U. S. Happy experiences like Sandra's have created high expectations and anxiety among the others left behind. US. Immigration agents are admitting some asylum seekers who've been stuck in border towns under a Trump era program known as remain in Mexico, but they're doing so slowly.
How a Chicago Artist is Working to Help Musicians in Need
"Chicago artist is working to make sure no musician is left behind with a community organization dedicated to black musicians in chicago arts correspondent angel edo shares how that mission has quickly expanded to serve anyone in need. It was god sent to me to be able to do something for some musicians. Can't play they can't say they can't appear in clubs. They know how their fields because of the that being able to sing for two years. I was homeless eight out of garbage cans and i just decided that because life music has been my life. I know how these musicians feeling something. It was on her birthday last october. One chicago artists the maxwell decided to create black musicians matters with help from community partners like guardian interest security company. The group delivers food on a weekly basis. They won't reach out because we have so much fried. So what i do is i just go and call and them. Do you need something. I need musicians chicago musicians to know. Please get in touch with us. We will come to you if you can't get out. We covered the west side. We went to melrose park. We went to ole part all year. We go to the hundreds with donations from go. Fund me the group is also able to provide monetary support for artists. Like bass guitar player. Joe pratt who was the band director at the east odyssey lounge before the pandemic hit a big box food i was given money and then came in handy at the time. I really really needed it. Because bills need to be paid musicians. Charles crane and burns have also support fema silvio in a. It was right on time. Take my word on it. And i love apples. They gave me a fresh apples. Yes is what's going on. It's been tremendously mason. Beef stew of the night and the organization primarily serves black artists but they worked to help anyone in need whether they be homeless older adults or even single parents. We had one girl was the name. Britney britney that's that's she had four kids and was homeless while chicago musician. Ronnie baker brooks has not received a he seen its impact. Firsthand is inspirational. And if you get so disgusted how can you be creative or is so negative all the time. That's all you're gonna talk about. That's all you're going to sing about so it's very important that we support each other inspire but it doesn't stop there. I didn't form this organization just for food. And just for money iphone his organization because i have a dream i have the vision. I want to put up a building in brownsville. That will house musicians if they get on bad. Look this is my dream there for chicago tonight. I'm angel ito and food. Pickup is now available every friday from ten. Am to one pm at the east odyssey lounge for anyone who needs it. There's more information on our
25 asylum-seekers waiting in Mexico granted entry into U.S.
"Defined administration has put in place new protocols for those who have sought asylum in the U. S. V. S Central America, the first group of asylum seekers who had been forced to wait in Mexico by the Trump administration arrived in San Diego Friday. The 25 people allowed into San Diego or the first of an estimated 25,000 asylum seekers, with active cases waiting in Mexico under the now abandoned remain in Mexico program. Similar entry points will be open next week in Brownsville, Texas, on Monday and El Paso, Texas,
"brownsville" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Brownsville in east New York to this center right in their community. A North jersey newborn is doing well. After making his debut on the George Washington Bridge, Alison and Blake Goldfarb or on route to Mount Sinai Hospital from their home in North Caldwell last month, when their new son decided to show up on the G W Bridge headed coming out. Blake was instructed to stay calm, Pull over and deliver. He did so the minute they reached Washington Heights, gently grabbed him and brought him out. Jordan Harris Goldfarb Sber Certificate says Born January 19th on the front seat traffic in transit up next 49 degrees cloudy, dropping to 23 tonight. 30 to the high tomorrow from the 77 W ABC News desk. I'm Sara Lee Kessler. W A B C traffic in transit in Queens. Busy right here of the cross. Other Parkway accident being cleared South bound right around the L I e. That's causing delays and another accident south approaching the Southern State Parkway back and things up from Jamaica Avenue or looking at dust, some heavy volume here of the eastbound side of the B Q E coming in through Queens Boulevard because of a collision. In the Bronx is stall on the South bound racks over Parkway Approaching the cross. Bronx Heavy delays cross Bronx is bumper to bumper westbound for the brush around to the G W B big jam up on the North Bend vegan from the Triborough Bridge up to the cross Bronx and we are jammed on the South family gin from Van Cortland Park. I'm Jake relates talk radio 77 WNBC. Well, he is great American. He's in New York. It's a great American success story. He's involved in a number of businesses..
"brownsville" Discussed on WGN Radio
"On the south side of Chicago, where we helped ever people from being admitted to the emergency room, and there were people from going to jail. Do the missile crisis and the third category is our employment and adult services. So we have residential programs, social enterprises. Many people don't know that we do facilities management. At military bases across Illinois, Indiana and Wisconsin in federal buildings as an ability one employer and unique fun fact we have the iPad, Cole wait, contract. So essential workers right now we're still shipping and fulfilling transponder requests with the Illinois tollway. Um okay, I'm gonna get to that. But it just one point. Not that it's a competition. But there is no more whole house. The Jane Adams Whole House closed. Um, several years ago. But obviously, as you talk the McKinley work continues. Okay. So who does that transponder work? So what we do is we hire people and inclusive models. But also people with disabilities provide folks that may have lesser opportunities to get gainful employment work in our fulfillment center right on the in the Brownsville area, the South loop. How many people do you help or work with a year? You know, On average we worked with over 7000 people per year and all of our different programs across with a heavy emphasis on Chicago. But we go all the way into towards Milwaukee, and that has some other military bases that we provide facilities management for him. Indiana. It's Zagat work that you're doing. I'm sorry that we don't know more about Ada Sofia McKinley. You'd like to see Ah Parker Monument or some sort of recognition, Correct. We have three specific asks right now and really briefly, but it really impact for the first is, we want scholars and authors to help correct this historical oversight. Ate a trophy and McKinley should be in history books and are Education material are high school world history. American history books just like Jane Adams. That's the first ask. We want to honor her work and thank you for the media for helping us And you in particular. The second ask is she should have a major street in Chicago, named after her. And in the third ask, we really do want the media to help us highlight her historical impact, and we're asking folks to visit our website eight s McKinley dot org's contribute information with historic pictures. The stories are information on how a to Has helped you our organization or our founder and contributes our organization and help us continue to grow our endowment, And maybe we can keep her legacy going. Maybe some historical documents as you continue to build up that as well. Ada s McKinley dot or correct? Yes. Jamal Malone, the CEO of the 80 s McKinley community Service is good work. Thank you for joining us, and I wish you the best in the future, Jamal. Thank you so much. Steve. Thanks for having us you're listening to Chicago's afternoon news. One more check with Mary and cloudy skies 27 tonight cloudy and cold with a low of 20 and actually will see the sun tomorrow morning. Partly sunny and high of 31 the roads here in pretty good shape now except for the tri state south.
"brownsville" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Three gunmen who entered and illegal gambling hall in Brownsville, Brooklyn, a week ago in an attempted robbery. Four people were shot in one died. Detective Michael Kemper heads investigations in Brooklyn North, He spoke exclusively to Channel seven eyewitness naming cases. We need help some cases we don't This is a case where I believe someone could view this video and really break this case open for us, and you can see that video on the NYPD. These Twitter page cops say, if you know who those suspects are, give them a call. Look up a 19 rates living off in New York City's covert 19 hot zones that from New York City married Blasio. But can those restrictions be? We're not there yet to know the final answer. I told you about in this weak and that means to me Sunday that we will Have a good picture, whether we're in striking range of pulling off the restrictions next week or whether we need more time Citigroup Vice chair Raymond McGuire is launching a campaign for mayor of New York City. 63 year old Wall Street exact plans to step down from his position with Citigroup. If elected, the Harvard grad would be the city's second black mayor, Valerie Jarrett, a former senior adviser to President Obama will lead McGuire's campaign. 77 w A. B C kicked off its back to Blue campaign yesterday afternoon with a host of officials, including PBA President Pat Lynch. It's a campaign in support of the Y BT during a time of civil unrest and a funding of police here today in this great.
"brownsville" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Marching through Brownsville after police kept them off the Dan Ryan. The rally against police brutality began at noon at Robert Taylor Park. Ah, wall of officers in riot gear blocked 47 streets or the marchers could not enter the expressway. Chicago Police spoke this morning about recent arrest made from Sunday night lootings in Down town. The chief of detectives, friend Adina Han says the community helped bring the alleged criminals toe light. We got a tip last night that somebody was selling stolen merchandise, you know, using social media platforms. And we had a team go out when we arrested those suspects, and they were charged with felony as well and we recovered a couple of high end purses. Police also announced the arrest and charge of a looter who streamed himself on social media trying to break into an ATM Sunday night. Another 1828 people have tested positive. For Corona virus in Illinois. With five additional deaths. The state has seen a spike in the number of positive test in recent weeks. However, the seven day positivity rate dropped to just below 4% for the first time since August 5th. There are now a number of cases of covert 19 among midshipman at the U. S. Naval Academy Sources tell ABC News that a significant number of midshipmen returning to the Naval Academy this week have tested positive for the Corona virus. The Navy won't reveal the exact numbers, saying it might compromise their operational security. The Naval Academy, according to its website, has strict procedures for testing, tracing and quarantining when the other schools don't Andy Field. ABC NEWS Washington Firefighters are struggling to contain three wildfires near Los Angeles is forecasters warn that the risk of new fires was high, with temperatures expected to spike and humidity levels to drop across California. A huge forest fire that prompted evacuations north of Los Angeles flared up around noon. The U. S government shuffling of overseas military personnel continued in Poland. ABC is Brian Clark has more. About 1000 American soldiers will redeploy to Poland from Germany. The United States in Poland have Proudly executed.
"brownsville" Discussed on KTRH
"Of Brownsville. As you heard from Scott here in Houston. We're likely to see scattered heavy thunderstorms over the next day with 1 to 3 inches of rain. All public and on religious private schools in Houston, Harris County will remain closed to students at least their September 8th. That's the order coming down today from local health officials who say they're worried about recent spikes in covert 19 cases. Here's Mayor Sylvester Turner. We must Keep them safe. Our teachers say janitors, bus drivers, cafeteria workers and so many, many others, and that is why it is important that we move based on the science. The facts. What's happening on the ground, and officials were quick to say the order will likely be extended beyond September 8th. E orders say. Also states, all school sponsored events and activities, including sports. Clubs, exhibitions and other events must not take place in person on or off campus until on campus. Instruction resumes. Federale more touring that is protected. Millions of renters from eviction since late March, expires today, Texas Democrat Congressman Henry Cueller says it's something lawmakers are working on. Extending a lot of them will be put on the hero's next week. So we're hoping that the more Tom will be left in place. The moratorium only covers renters who live in homes with federally backed mortgages. That's about one in three nationwide. Congress's looking at helping the landlords to with Forgivable loans similar to the ones given to businesses as part of the peop E E. Pro PPP program at the start of the pandemic, Astro Start the abbreviated season Tonight. Fans are excited to finally get the baseball season going, But we'll disappointed that little pandemic is keeping them from seeing the strolls in person. Then it was going to start off going to skip the next year. It's gonna be a little different, not having Fans. It's weird watching all those foul balls fly into the stands, and she's like I wish I could be there just to grab those folks spoke of their TV partner Channel to will be cardboard cut outs in the stands. That makes folks feel better news time. 404 time to check your money. Here's H moneyman passion brought to you by d. Amato leasing dot com. Well, good Friday afternoon. Corey stocks closing today. Broadly lower The Dow industrials finishing today, down by 182 points,.
"brownsville" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Curtis in Juliet on so let's go to the crime blotter from last night if you go to Kurdish and Juliet to Facebook page you'll see a video I posted when I was in Brownsville on Sunday predicting that that's where the thugs would begin did take over the streets and I was partially right a part of it was last night it was seven shot in ten minutes and then increase to more than a dozen most in Brownsville where I was in the video you should check it out but also when you buy five push and some in bed Stuy and the the crime in general has been increasing the number of murders in numbers shooting cinema burglaries ever since the protests have begun yeah I mean back in may it was up like two hundred percent from the year before already right into it before a lot of the burglaries remember then were because of the pandemic and I what is from the blood to the businesses had to close at eighteen people are breaking into him now he can see what the looting starts but put that aside we have two police officers who were in the line of fire not to tear being targeted by looters of vandals or gang bangers but by the authorities did she get her any in Brooklyn has indicted one police officer for the soul of a demonstrator at the start of the demonstrations who was I believe a Friday night was at Barclays center the marches began to March and this police officer came out confronted this woman pushed her to the point where she cracked her head she had to be hospitalized so he's been ordered to sacrifice is Badji shield which he did and he's being process and facing an assault charge and then there was another cop in the midst of this this to me assaulted dot right yes and then there's another cop who when being assigned to the demonstrations popped his door open knocking down knocking out cold a demonstrator he hasn't been arrested but he's had to sacrifice S. badging shield so he's not even on my mind if I do the I don't know what they're doing to him but obviously there were a number of measures being taken against police officers at a perceived to to have gone across the line have you looked at the video of any of these situations and what do you think the first one yeah he should have pushed it demonstrated that there was no reason to do that she was no threat to him and any follow it I think I call into the B. word or something like that he is out of control the second one agency I think the the big one that we're going to see is what happens to the cops who were in those two SUVs in which they were like facing the demo yeah he's coming down the street this was like Saturday late afternoon the first time of the demonstrations and you see one S. U. V. plow into the barricades that will being pushed against them and then the other they're not going to be charged the other was actually circling to just leave the the line of March but the first one was being I mean that that van was basically being assaulted by just all sorts of people throwing stuff out then I mean if you're a cop sitting in that content fan you don't know what's gonna happen to you the second one was the one that came over and started moving yes and then that's when all chaos but I mean didn't the Blasi oneself say these guys didn't do anything wrong here I mean this was just they were being I know what I think we're probably going to see something affecting that first S. U. V. but you know that I really hope that doesn't happen because that that was a very did that was a crazy situation and they were in the right does does does protesters were attacking the car and we see what they you know we see what happens when that kind of stuff happens it was ridiculous so I I'd that would shock me again again not really let's go to Suzanne calling from Brooklyn welcome the Kurdish and Jed said Julie at shoes and hi guys listen yes I give you a little you know knowledge about that that gentleman that called about being in the reservoir that is so exciting on my mind for awhile with one of the companies that with she had a lot of damage here you know in the looting two weeks ago we were on conference calls about how we might be able to come back to work it in you know faith wine with coming curbside but all that went out the windows with all the looting inviting I don't even think some of those stories are going to re open you had many other locations in the city plus you have to realize a lot of designers have almost like books stored inside a Herald square so I don't think but if you look on the website of any like specialty stores or your designer store if you want to go pick up something to wear tonight those stories are still temporarily closed so this whole concept of curbside in a minute you know I mean work ready to call it what breed of going in and having you know being personally Rizespor threatened or we don't know what's going to happen thank you Susan that is exactly how we felt when we were coming up it depends station I was less afraid of code that I was all these people that were led out of the jails and you know like they're just they're just gather right in front of Penn station downtown station there is a stabbings and all sorts of things and that was the problem I was more concerned about the dangers coming to me from being physically assaulted potentially then I was the code that I mean that's exactly that's the problem here there's just got worse and I really just want to say it's very comforting to be able to really hear what's going on you know what I can walk down I mean I'm just so heartbroken way way so sad did you hear two cheerleaders stay where they were four tunes face wind we got mode you know our energy back you didn't feel it I didn't feel it you feel it yet said Julia the guy will pick me up early today from the Rudy Giuliani a podcast mark our listener from juniper park in middle village he didn't feel it I haven't seen anyone who's felt the mo Jo when any jeep what do these guys talking about do they take yes they do think we're all stupid well they're also mean you're talking about Cuomo who's extremely wealthy and who is removed from the reality of life because of the fact that he's the governor of the state of New York so he's not he's not one of the people he's he's not with the people he doesn't he doesn't relate I know but he's just excited he's he's always sick so we're we're over at the infections are down right now meantime the lockdown continues actually it is a lock down there's no other way to describe it the exits nothing's changed nothing one eight hundred eight four eight W. A. B. C. let's go to Jimmy on Staten Island welcome to Curtis and jet set you'll get to me back turn your phone down Jimmy Jimmy's.
"brownsville" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"In Brownsville joining our show hello Hey how you doing man good tight thank you hope you're doing well good yeah Hey have you ever driven by that electric Avenue I think there's one off the seventy actually between like she go and read it as a lector Gavin and I knew I saw it somewhere I can never remember where I saw it every time I go by and I start singing that song it need to need to know Hey I just want to really tell you thanks for breach in about you know how overgrown we are with the digital stuff and let you know that all the rest of my chickens are okay and then after the mark the voice taken past last late last or something right everybody else is very good ever since then all yes my other employer was I feel I mean I certainly go maybe like thirteen on the air but like I'm forty and I feel like really fortunate to have graduated high school in the late nineties and not have grown up with the cell phone I can't imagine what it must be like now for the youngsters yeah really it's crazy it's out of control is this never ending the youngsters we don't youngsters you haven't ever known anything different and so they they know they think we were in old old people that didn't have **** hole RT vice in our hand every single second of the day and yeah I mean the airport is the perfect little microcosm of just the how of how definite isn't just where we're at and I just yeah I I just love looking people and I am smiling and live band and Bob in and out rocking and rolling you know exactly exactly in in a in an appreciating what's around you like it when you talk about your chickens right you have these chickens are raising these chicken strip I'm that you know you be living in nice places a lot of beauty around you you know chickens and raising chickens can be very interesting I've known people that have done that and that's the key that's a great way to occupy your time is just to see the world around you right to me to be involved in the world around you it is the Billy goats that Billy goes their way down right now to I mean he really goes down you could have someone there that you're going to look at my phone a bit of a video of a Billy goat staring me down when there's an actual Billy stern you down right there hi you are Irish setter I review the email and two years either I I eventually forgot my password and I will use the stuff so great that's really good anyway anyway son on to the priest markers out there driving the drive in the class still yes Sir Hey Todd a place I remember the mark the voice guy J. again I'm sorry to but at the time I get to hear from you again thanks man thanks for listening up there I remember that funny people say here I called you know years ago about this Hey are you won't remember and I do I don't know how that is but I do remember that you know yesterday what well every day we do a birthday board you'll be musical artist would like to pay attention to music and people are celebrating birthdays that are musicians yesterday on on yeah I never got a chance to do this bye yesterday was.
"brownsville" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Was dad my great though well the investigators a story that rebel had always heard the rose mom cross the border so he'd be born in Brownsville then the investigator showed in the Mexican birth certificate moderator looked down at the table he admitted that yes ro was born in Mexico at home yes his birth date was in nineteen sixty eight not nineteen sixty nine yes role was a Mexican citizen he had been texting me during the day in the throes wife Anita because I need also works in immigration she knew how serious this all was he texted me back a message that indicated that it was regarding his birth so I said well where are you in the tell me where he was and I said okay I'm on my way she rushed over to the Starbucks and when I got to the location him and his dad were walking out they were both crying and I heard my father in law may struggle telling him Louis support to be an I'm sorry son I did it for your benefit since my heart sank and I feel bad no because I a literally unloaded on my father in law I told them off and of course dad just says we just did we did it because we thought it was best for you to give you a better opportunity and he has had a great opportunity if it wasn't for what they did I wouldn't have them and I wouldn't have my kids I'm thankful for that but at any point they.
"brownsville" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Dad my great though told the investigators a story that role had always heard the rose mom cross the border so he'd be born in Brownsville then the investigator showed in the Mexican birth certificate moderate to look down at the table he admitted that yes ro was born in Mexico at home yes his birth date was in nineteen sixty eight nineteen sixty nine yes role was a Mexican citizen he had been texting me during the day the throws wife nida because I need also works in immigration she knew how serious this all was he texting me back a message that indicated that it was regarding his birth so I said well where are you in the tell me where he was and I said okay I'm on my way she rushed over to the Starbucks and when I got to the location him and his dad were walking out they were both crying and I heard my father in law may struggle telling him most of the whole I'm sorry son I did it for your benefit this my heart sank and I feel bad no because I a literally on loaded on my father I told them off and of course that just says we just did we did it because we thought it was best for you to give you a better opportunity and he has had a great opportunity if it wasn't for what they did I wouldn't have them and I wouldn't have my kids I'm thankful for that but at any point.
"brownsville" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The ramp down to Brownsville road our next report in ten minutes about the US news radio eight forty WHAS W. okay won the religious map below savage with your Thursday forecast starting out with rain showers and mild temperatures in the fifties cold front moves through will dry out for the afternoon by the end of the day temperatures will be around thirty nine degrees will be quite blustery wind chills be dropping into the twenties for trick or treating tonight it is going to be cold close down at thirty two by tomorrow morning more sunshine Friday highs only near fifty one that's your latest WLKY forecast I'm meteorologist about most of that it's a rainy fifty nine and news radio eight forty WHAS our top story takes us to Churchill Downs were a three hundred million dollar investment is coming to the tracks first turn pending final approval of the Kentucky tourism development and sent it back to the local track will transform the first turn with a one hundred and fifty six room seven story hotel it would feature private balconies looking out onto the track a pen hell's banquet room and more the hotel would also include nine hundred historical racing machines the project would provide around fifty five hundred new reserve seating options for the Kentucky Derby and oaks planning would begin in December with a projected finish line at the end of twenty twenty one he Lee Hanson newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. A. at seven OO to eight news radio eight forty WHAS we're going Oldham county now where a plan for the community camera program has been launched this is a whole nother set of us it's always there twenty four seven the program creates a database of people who have surveillance or doorbell cameras on their house or business major Neil Johnson with Oldham county police tells W. okay why people register their cameras online but that does not give.