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"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Tampa Police in Butler County investigating deaths of an elderly couple in a home in Westchester, both the victims in their seventies. They were found in their house on Revere run last night. At this point, no other information is being released Gunfire yesterday on 75 police investigating after shots were fired at a car on the highway in the middle of rush hour. Around town Street. Nobody was injured by those shots. Police say they do have a potential suspect in custody, though charges haven't been filed. Yet Even the vaccination goals came up short of achieving herd immunity by the fourth of July. Public health experts are not giving up the campaign to get more people protected from coronavirus. White House's switching how the vaccine is going to be distributed to increasing shipments now to individual doctor's offices across the country that their doctor's office and the doctor says Hey, have you gotten the shot and they say No, I haven't The doctor says, Hey, I can do it today. Right now I can give you a shot and coming from your trusted physician that may make the difference. Accurate. She showers with Brown University. The goal that was set by public health experts in the tri state was to vaccinate 80% of those eligible for shots by the Fourth of July. Right now, though, the get out the VAX campaign for the 15 Greater Cincinnati counties. Stands at 57% coverage. New pulses. Vaccination rates are lowest in areas that voted strongly for former President Donald Trump over a third of Republicans and conservatives in this poll say they definitely Will not be getting vaccinated at all. Redd's losers last night as the bullpen melted down below a five run lead. Kansas City Series wraps up today afternoon baseball here on news radio 700 wlw airtime is 1/10 our next updates at 8 30. Brian Combs, NewsRadio 700 WLW Duncan has a tasty way to.
Tropical Depression Claudette Kills at Least 12 in Alabama
"Least 12 people were killed as a result of tropical Storm Claudette, which drenched parts of the southeast with torrential rain over the weekend. Correspondent Clayton Neville reports during the storm 10 people died in a fiery crash on an Alabama highway. Claudette dropped as much as 12 inches of rain along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Parts of Alabama and Georgia also got hammer. Flash flood watches lasted through the weekend, a 24 year old man and a three year old boy reportedly killed when a tree fell on their house outside Tuscaloosa. And in Butler County, a horrific crash about 35 miles south of Montgomery on Interstate 65, 9 Children and one adult dead. A van from a youth home for abused or neglected Children, was carrying eight of the victims. The adult driver of that van survived, but it's believed her four and 16 year old kids died in the crash. 29 year old man and his nine month old daughter also killed. Authorities believe the vehicles likely hydroplaned on wet roads. More than a dozen were involved and several fully engulfed in flames. It's a tragedy not only for ranches, it's not only a tragedy for Alabama It's a national strategy, Michael Smith, the CEO of the Alabama sheriff's youth Ranches, told ABC News. The vans from the Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch in Camp Hill. It was coming back from Gulf Shores where the kids went for a vacation. They all wrote me a little sticky nose and oh, But the sticking those over my office saying Now they look forward to being down there and and they end together. He told ABC. He was able to make the trip to visit the girls for a few days before the crash. I can't tell you what it meant to me. And and I just know in my heart that it meant something to them A go fund me account now set up for Tallapoosa County Girls Ranch to help offset the funeral costs and counseling. As for Claudette, the system continues to move east with potential for more heavy
"butler county" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Butler County. Officials say they have not released any names yet. But the vehicles likely hydroplaned on what roads because of all of the rain due to tropical storm Claudette not clear how many people were injured this, uh, tropical storm Now Claudette may well strengthened into a tropical rather a tropical storm Later today it is now a tropical depression but will strengthen once again. As it moves through the Southeast United States later today and into tomorrow and in the Southwest. They're still looking at excessive heat warnings, in effect for places like Phoenix, which hit 115 yesterday, Also in Las Vegas. It's three degrees shy of records for that date. The Chicago Aldermanic Black Caucus Foundation held its annual scholarship event last night. Every year they award financial help to 10 College students. They received $10,000 over four years to help with tuition and education costs, and Mayor Lightfoot attended what our young people, especially are black young people. Don't have everything they need to thrive. We all lose this in conjunction with Juneteenth celebrations here in Chicago and across the country, WGN Sports Andy Maser. Both Chicago baseball teams are in need of winds, the Cubs and Sox in danger of being swept to their respective series. White Sox losing last night in Houston. 73. Lance Lynn gives up four runs in the third inning lasted just four frames Andrew Ball with a home run for the White Sox. Today, they'll turn to former Astro Dallas Chemical pitching in Houston for the first time as a visitor facing the man he calls like a son last. McCullers junior for the Astros. Cubs got blown.
Mom allegedly abandoned, then killed, 6-year-old son; dumped body in Ohio river
"Massive search for the body of six year old James Hutchinson is underway on the Ohio River in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. That's where the sheriff's department says the boy's mother told them she disposed of his body last weekend. She and her boyfriend are both facing charges with more Here's Matt Reese, Britney Ghazni and her boyfriend, James Hamilton, are now under indictment by a Butler County grand jury in the death of Ghazni, six year old son James last weekend. The child's body is yet to be found after Ghazni and Hamilton allegedly dumped him in the Ohio River in Lawrenceburg. Ghazni, reportedly confessed to killing her first grader in a horrible scenario in which the little boy Tried to hold on to his mom's vehicle but was dragged and possibly run over at Rush run Wildlife area near Summerville Inn. Prebble County
Mom allegedly abandoned, then killed, 6-year-old son; dumped body in river
"Mother. Who was charged now indicted in the tragic death of one of her three Children. Britney Ghazni and her boyfriend, James Hamilton, are now under indictment by a Butler County grand jury in the death of Ghazni, six year old son James last weekend. The child's body is yet to be found after Ghazni and Hamilton allegedly dumped him in the Ohio River in Lawrenceburg. Ghazni, reportedly confessed to killing her first grader in a horrible scenario in which the little boy Tried to hold on to his mom's vehicle but was dragged and possibly run over at Rush run Wildlife area near Somerville and Prebble County.
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark news radio 700 wlw radar shows cloudy skies, some scattered snow in the Tri state. It's 29 degrees right now. We just got word from the Butler County coroner the man accused of making a bomb through In West Chester last week died by hanging 33 year old Travis Goad was arrested Saturday after Butler County sheriff's bomb robot investigated a white van near 7 47 and Union Center. No explosive device was found in Hamilton County court at this hour. The Cincinnati Federation of Teachers is suing to stop Cincinnati public schools from restarting some in person learning. Breach of contract. Yes, we are alleging a violation of pretty clearing express terms of the collective bargaining table. The lawyer for the Teachers union says this comes down to not cooperating in the current collective bargaining agreement. The district voted last month to resume AH hybrid model some days in class some days at home for some students starting tomorrow. Cincinnati public schools. Meantime, employees started getting covert vaccinations last week. That process continues this month statewide with District's in a county by county week by week schedule. Getting the shot, though, is also more open to the general public, but it's still a challenge. As of today, the state of Ohio is now making everyone 70 and over in the state eligible for a covert vaccine continue to lower the age limits. At the same time, and many people over 75 haven't been able to get appointment. She had her shots. After Carl Thick Mama, you see, Hell says the good news is coronaviruses cases of spike that they're coming down. We're in a situation where we have a lot of bump in cases over the holidays when people got together. Now people have started TOC separate a little bit more, so we're seeing a flattening, but we're not getting rid of it. Infectious disease expert says. For now people need to stay with the program before in masks and social distancing tome or the vaccines available. Brian comes news Radio seven W on Wall Street Right now, the Dow was up 277 points. The NASDAQ is up 3 36. That's over 2.5% the S and P is up. 63. I'm Jack Crumley. Our next updated two o'clock breaking news any time news radio 700 wlw. Feeling cooped up and wanting enjoyable data of head the fuck your.
Presidential Candidates Hone In On Battleground States
"So just two days to go until Election day and the two presidential candidates rushing around the country focusing on battleground states that could tip the balance in their favour. Joe Biden, campaigning with former President Barack Obama over the weekend, CBS's Adam Brewster in Detroit Democratic nominee Joe Biden and former President Barack Obama United on the campaign trail for the first time in 2020 on Saturday. The former president and vice president made three stops in the battleground state of Michigan. Mr. Obama won Michigan in 2008 and 2012 by significant margins, but President Trump carried the state four years ago. Polls have shown by him with a lead in Michigan. Biden will spend today campaigning in Pennsylvania. And he will be there again tomorrow. Joined by vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris. She will make appearances today in Georgia and North Carolina. Former President Obama will campaign for Biden tomorrow in Atlanta and in South Florida. President Trump held multiple rallies in the key battleground state of Pennsylvania yesterday, focusing on big gatherings. In smaller cities. CBS News Campaign reporter Zachary who'd act President, Trump said he signed an executive order that would protect Pennsylvania's Fracked industry while he was was in in route route to to the the States, States, Butler Butler County County for for a a rally. rally. The The president president has has frequently frequently said said former former vice vice President President Joe Joe Biden Biden would would destroy destroy the the natural natural gas gas industry industry that that bolstered bolstered Pennsylvania's Pennsylvania's economy. Magnus said Fracking is not going to be on the chopping block for President Trump points at times, Biden spoke differently about it in the primary president's trip with four stops across the state, the last minute attempt to build support in his strongest areas as he trails of Pennsylvania polls in this last stretch, stretch, the the president president will will be be holding holding 14 14 rallies rallies between between Friday Friday and and today. today. He'll He'll hold hold rallies rallies today today in in five five different different states. states. Michigan, Michigan, Iowa, Iowa, North North Carolina, Georgia. And Florida. It is
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"This is Thesixty O'clock Report. I'm Matt Reese. Breaking now. The Cincinnati public School District plans to start a hybrid of home and in person learning over the next couple of weeks, but it is changed its position late this afternoon, announcing it wants kids to stay home. For now. It's because the governor Announced Hamilton County was elevated to red level status by the state of Ohio because of an increased number of covert 19 cases. It's a trend that the governor is seeing statewide, and for a while, we had an average below 1000 cases a day. Now we're above that. And as you can see for yesterday, the most recent data it's 1327 cases. Claremont County also boosted to red level status where Butler and Montgomery counties remain tonight. Butler County Continuous has read this week the county meets the CDC is threshold for high incidence, Butler County Health Department said Miami University cation of stage steady about 20 to 25 new cases per day. School's been doing very well. Although there have been some K through 12 been doing very well. There's been some spread associate with sports teams. Kentucky, seeing an increase in the number of deaths 17 in the past day and bring our total number of deaths to 1191 meeting by the end of the week, we will probably hit 1200. I'm looking at the reef that we hung in here when we reached 1000 deaths and to think that we've added 20% in that short time governor Bashir during his news conference this afternoon, Indiana with nearly 1200, new cases and 13 new deaths. In the past 24 hours. Reds playoff. Ronnie is over tonight. No run scored again today in Atlanta's The Reds lost five to nothing. They were swept. By the Braves. Lance Standing by with Mohr after the news. First we check your drive home in the latest traffic and weather together from the UC health Traffic Center. You see, health would like to remind you of the importance of annual flu shots. Have you received yours working together? We can build a healthier community. North bound to 75. That accident's been moved off to the left and right shoulders at Ward's corner. It's got you slow still toward route 28 toward Montgomery Road on the South bound side, but things are slowly improving. Fire has cool Rain avenue closed between Bates Avenue and Monmouth, Amadou and an accident has Leicester Road closed both direction south of Montgomery Road. There is an accident..
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Financial Rose thiss is simply money on 700 wlw have anything back with me from all worth financial? This is the 70 money minute and we're gonna talk here about refinancing your mortgage and, of course, rates are very, very low. But actually, refinancing will get more expensive. Explain why, well, all refinances that are backed by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac are subject to now what's called the adverse market refinance feet. You need to know what that fee is, because there's a half a percent of the total loan you take out. And it goes into effect on December 1st lenders have the choice, of course, whether to pass that caused onto you, the consumer other directly or indirectly, I'm guessing you're going to see it. Either way, they're most likely to pass around to you in the form of higher mortgage rates anyway, to avoid that well, some lenders have already added in the sea. So good luck, but some haven't Shop around and act fast and consider other mortgage refinancing fees. He might also be able to avoid get an appraisal waver. If you've had your place of praise recently, and also if you've gotten credit or title insurance, think about getting a real issue policy across about half assed much alright, seven. Money point is, if refinancing makes sense for you to take a hint from Nike, just Do it. Makes sense. All right, 6 54 700 wlw. And I don't know about this. Look this up. There's a job for you, Danny Boy. Emails says that you pay the sales tax on the car based on your address, not where the car is sold. If you live in l, a county on you by the car, Butler County you're paying coming? I don't know. I mean, I remember back in the day and I don't know why they don't do this anymore. Kentucky car dealers would put a tag as we call it on the end of the commercial that would say And remember, if you don't live in Kentucky, you don't pay Kentucky sales tax. So it would have had an impact, then. State to state Um, And maybe it does from county to county. I don't know, but we'll find out and we'll all be better informed once we do. L won't wait. I found out why PP Creek is called P P Creek, just joining us. This guy's trying to raise money by riding his bike from poo poo corner. Viewpoint rather in Washington state to Peopie Creek in Ohio, which is in Pike County. As it turns out, Pp. Creek. The name comes from a major Paul Pierce or somebody who carves initials P p in a tree along the creek. That's where it comes from. Puku point. Is that a no on the West Tiger Mountain in the state of Washington, the folksy name, they say a reference to the steam whistle sounds heard throughout the area during the early days of logging. Were they claim back Then people thought that the train whistle was going poop poo. So that's poo poo point. Pp Creek Now we know Coming up on about four away from six o'clock. I'm just going to have Karen Travers here about 7 15 will find out what she has covered just ahead. 700 wlw before corners of the earth experts and amateurs are praising the Scots bloke shouted out loud, Radio Journal of Journalistic Radio reported. Tony is one of those rare talents who doesn't need good looks. Entertainment blogger Catherine Seno wrote. Sloan is the kind of guy you could spend all night talking to and then in the morning watch each other's head with lots of sun. Don't be wept down experience. Scott's phone show yourself I'm Scott Sloan. Give me a Listen this morning at nine. On 700. Hi. This is Hillary Clinton. I've done a lot in my life. But one thing I've never done is host a podcast. Until now. The show's called You and Me.
"butler county" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"E-e-e-e-no at lead the the fact that. I think I think the kids about counter fantastic I. I just love covering them You know there really isn't. More of the bottom Just being. Being a homer and understanding that you know some of these programs. are where they're at because of just good people involved. that's. That's really all I can say about that just mere fact that. These programs are you know they have? They have people who best? You. Know not just time but you know just Just a mental aspect to just make sure there's some of these kids. Are, are. Getting. What they deserve the high school level. Now, what would you like to see in the future for sports in media in Cincinnati Dayton, Ohio and the Butler? County area. I think we're almost there. Honestly it's. I. Quite. Frankly. I. I don't have an answer for that just because. things things change. almost almost yearly honestly things change so fast that. That you know. I that was one of the questions I. saw you. Just don't know. Like you just gotTa you just gotTa Roll with the punches in I I'd I'd imagine that I I consider myself a guy that just you know I enjoy change I'm not one that that digressing, which is I. I like it. and you know and I'm sure a lot of these schools expect change. and. We'll change with them. So we'll. We'll. We'll continue to. Enjoy some tribulations in trials at the same time hope to progress in future. Now for those that want to become a sports writer or a broadcaster are do something like what you got with the Butler County High School Sports report what advice can you share? A. You know. This. If if you got a Pash for something I'll be I I'm surprised that in say the passionate word earlier in the segment but. If you got a passion for something. you'll. You'll know you'll understand it, and my biggest thing is don't don't stop those stop doing what you feel is is is is a good thing. If you feel that you've got something good cooking up in the mind just try and pursue it ask questions. There's way too many resources out there for you to not pursue something that you feel passionate about you know what I mean Li like you passion for something and I'm sure you ask questions I'm sorry you. Had To to find those trials and tribulations to make sure you get where you're at. But if you if you feel like you've got a passion for something to to get to where.
"butler county" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"They were nine one team they were attending teams swap at a time and and Loss took them down and it was really neat to Kinda die it. To that experience but But yeah, the the something that was. You know relatively newer in the mind that that stood out the most for me. Now a question I get to ask some of my guest is about the big conference changes that are occurring in the area I. Think the biggest one is the southwestern Buckeye league losing couple teams probably Shawnee in Dixie to go over to La the Cross County Conference schools to make the WO- whack the western Ohio Athletic Conference just rolls right off the tongue but. I mean with. Real in a couple of years probably. But yeah, I mean with all the conference changes you know now the the swap is down the sixteen because a little Miami's back in the. Well with some of the four Ancient Valley Conference Teams in the ACC anyway. How does conference changes affect you and what can you see happening in the future for those for those thirteen schools in Butler county. In school doesn't switch Butler county boundaries. It's not gonNA change at all. Hair. Man Enough you know so you know it was crazy and I'm I'm going to bring this up You know Fenwick was once a dollar county school USED TO BE but? They rebuilt. The MIDDLETOWN so they knew school was actually. Moved on Franklin. So. so that that that sort of. And I was like look you know. I gotta stay true to our motive in our. You know we cover fenway because they play other programs from the area. Yeah. Yeah, we do. But we're not primarily going to focus on them on the intimate basis we would. Say you know you know Middletown or Madison which are in? the county boundaries but that was that was kind of a tricky tricky call there and I know Middletown Madison or on the Party Middletown. Christian they are in the same boat, they are just past. The The the. Seventy five boundary from where it actually is bordered. With Butler county. So. It's one of those. Yeah. So We. We had to draw the line. I felt like the lying there would you know. Eliminate any coverage issues just a mere fact that if if if you're going to be playing some of our programs within the boundaries and you'll get that coverage too but but yeah, uh, mitts it. Could. Be Banned Yeah but At the moment. The comfortable factors just just continue to cover the thirteen schools. see where we go in the future and yeah we'll.
"butler county" Discussed on The Cincinnati and Dayton Sports Podcast
"The govering sports in the Midwest, it's the mid-west sports network and Wfan DOT net. It's episode one, seventy, five of the Cincinnati and Dayton.
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Go to the new map. Dr. Thomas talked Explain this, I think did a very, very good job. And what you'll see is there's good news and there's bad news and so let's start with with some good news. You'll see. Able to Callie. Butler County. The whole county. Are still red, but they're off What we call the wash list off the watch list. Um, that would lead us going towards purple. So that is that is good news and I'll go through each 11 of these counties. Also good news that Trumbull County Trouble counting. The Mahoney Valley has dropped down one notch as well. We certainly hope that People in trouble. County will continue to wear mask. Ah, but that is a new That that's the good news. Um we have bad news is is well, but what we saw, for example, in Hamilton County Hamilton, can I just talk for a moment about Hamilton County because More people were in mass. Ah, by every count, everyone I talked to her. I just got off the phone with the health commissioners from throughout the state of Ohio. You also had in Hamilton County the business and have the business community coming together. Problem Gamble, um, supplying mask their mask on campaign. So a lot of good things coming together in Hamilton County as forest people wearing masks and becoming more con isn't becoming mohr. Aware of the social distancing and so what you really have seen. Ah, is You know the level was going up. That level may now be approaching. I'm not sure it's quite there yet, but it may now be approaching a plateau. So still the high level. Spot slow on that increase down and that's why you see with, uh The Hamilton County, for example, They're not not in fact moving up and we've taken them off the watch list. Ah, a new county. Unfortunately, let's go over to Athens, Adams County. Ah Athens County. Um Situation there is rapidly accelerated. With isolated outbreaks that have resolved from a concerning community spread. Ah Athens County has more covert 19 cases in the last two weeks. And they've had over the entire time of the pandemic. Really shocking. People visiting their doctors were covered. 19 symptom have skyrocketed, gone up by 700% over the last three weeks. Local health officials reportedly stry outbreaks at local bars, all of which of temporary closed. Due to their staffs having cases So I talked to the health director today. Health director described that area right downtown has been a huge, huge problem Problem area. We'll go up to Allen County, Northwest Ohio. Large surge had a surge of 76 cases over the last two weeks. This is not just from increased testing is more and more Allen County residents are seeking care from their doctors. On from the Arbor covered 19 symptoms. Early indicators ah, that Dr Thomas talked about. Local officials have noted isolated outbreaks in a restaurant and other workplace. Allen County has reached a tipping point regarding this virus hitting majority of our indicators. Delaware County. We're seeing a surge of cases Delaware County in central Ohio. Delaware County with 174,000 residents. Has had 233 cases over the last two weeks. Just for an interesting comparison. This is Mohr than the entire country of Ireland. Population 4.9 million had over the same period of time. Over the last three weeks. We've seen the amount of people going to the doctor with Kovar. 19 symptoms in Delaware County double This is why Delaware County is true. And so many of our indicators. Local officials also Note the number of travelers who have contracted the virus they think, while in Florida and coming back from Florida, also in central Heil looking county. Licking county is in a similar situation to almost all of central Ohio Looking county, with 166,000 residents has had a surge of 159 cases or the last two weeks. Some cases have come from long term care facilities. Almost 3/4 of the cases have come from outside, outside congregate settings indicating significant community spread in the county. Local officials also note a small outbreak in a house of worship. Look who's counting. Lucas County eyes a higher populated county, obviously, but their numbers have moved into an area of concern with 393 cases over the last two weeks. The average number of cases is more than quadrupled over the last three weeks. Your visits have doubled. People seeing their doctor with symptoms have tripled. Lucas County has reached again a tipping point, local officials noted outbreak in a long term care facility. As well as at a recent funeral. Richland County. And panty is also now Red County. They've seen their daily case average double over the last few weeks. While is a smaller county, 124,000 resident ritual county has had more cases over the last two weeks, the entire than the entire nation of Jamaica. Population 2.9 million. More and more Richmond County residents are seeing their doctor and go into the for symptoms. Ah, these signs all point to Richland County, reaching a critical stage in this pandemic. Local officials note outbreaks associate with a restaurant. At a birthday party in addition to multiple long term care facilities. A silent accounting. Sheldon, Ohio. Seymour cases in the last two weeks than has over the course of the rest of the pandemic. More cases in the last two weeks that has seen over the course of the rest of the pandemic. Almost all these new cases were from Outside congregants settings not in congregate settings, indicating widespread community spread. More people are going to the doctor and being diagnosed with Corona virus,.
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Breaking now good decisions will protect the economy and save lives. Reckless lons will hurt. And kill Ohio Governor Mike DeWine in yesterday's statewide address, urging people no matter where they live in Ohio to wear masks when going outside. Hamilton Butler counties last week were named among those counties in danger of going from a level three red alert. Tow level four purple speaking with our own, Scott Sloane this morning, the governor sounded a bit more optimistic. I am Cautiously. Happy about what I'm seeing in Butler County. What I'm seeing in Hamilton County. I think the mask has started to make a difference. We're still going up. But The trajectory is slowing down. Governor DeWine is planning on holding his normal Corona virus media briefing in an hour We will carry it live. Also, another local school district has announced its reopening plans. Details on that coming up. Now the latest traffic and weather together from the UC Health Traffic Center. You see health introduced the region's first ECMO equipped helicopter. Discover more at go dot You see health dot com slash air ECMO An accident North bound 75 now above Town Street and before paddock. There's a broken down semi. They're working on it right now it's on the right side of South bound 70 five's ramp to Kyle's. And an accident on observatory at Madison Construction Delays 11 minutes on south Bound 75 from the Western Finley exit, Say eight minutes north bound from 2 75 I'm Rob Williams News Radio 700 wlw. Now, the latest forecast from the advanced Dentistry Weather Center from social distancing and pre screening patients toe appropriate pp. Our focus remains on safety. Learn more at no fear. Dentist dot com slash patient safety No doubt about it. It is human. This afternoon. Our high of 90 will feel like the upper nineties and some isolated thunderstorms will redevelop as the front continues to pass tonight's drawing down to 71 partly cloudy and tomorrow just some enormous clouds of the high of 90. But again that heat index will be in the upper nineties from your severe weather station. I'm nine first warning meteorologist Jennifer Ketchmark News Radio 700 wlw radar shows clouds could see a little bit of light rain in a patch that stretches from Covington to Newport up to Norwood, ST Bernard, even as far north as Silver 10 up to even Dale. It's 84 degrees right now. Okay. All students will be returning to the classroom this fall. But the start of in person classes is not going to happen until September. The district's doing a staggered re opening starting September 3rd. Based on the letter of your last.
Mail ballot surge places Postal Service under spotlight
"Last year the United States postal service delivered one hundred forty three billion pieces of mail this year the postal service to deliver tens of millions of ballots due to health concerns around the crown of virus outbreak police that's the plan the states have shifted their primaries to using mail in ballots on a large scale for the first time the U. S. P. S. it's been struggling there been problems with delayed delivery of completed ballots and requested mail in ballots that never appear sometimes it's been a handful of ballots sometimes been hundreds the USPS faces a huge budget shortfall thousands of workers have tested poet positive for cover nineteen and the president has called the agency a quote joke joining me now to look at what's behind the recent problems and what they mean for the election in November is Ryan McCarthy's reporter and editor who covers elections at ProPublica Ryan welcome thanks for having me great to be here all right so I'm going to use the word unprecedented speed you seem a lot a lot but is it accurate when it comes to the number of mail in ballots that American voters will be casting this year totally accurate you know in twenty eighteen about a quarter of Americans orders castor ballots by mail this year based on estimates from election experts in some states up to fifty percent could vote by mail this year so half the state's roughly had go by mail rates last year of under ten percent did you think about that increased state and local election officials have to build these large really complicated logistics operations at a time when there's a pandemic at a time when they're under budget pressure on the state level and a time when the US postal service itself is under huge pressure and and budget pressure itself so I want to be clear about this president trump has said in a statement that has been debunked repeatedly that mail in ballots would be substantially fraudulent that's not we're rich you're reporting on it isn't about any kind of fraud real or made up what are the issues that you have the issue that you've been diving into sure so we spent several weeks looking at whether or not a cash strapped severely diminished US postal service which as you said it's become a political football on a target of president trump could rise to the challenge of delivering an unprecedented amount of mail in ballots this year tens of millions in in the picture that we got in part from the US postal service track record which was not totally promising did they think they know about the US postal service is that after years of plant closures and cutbacks it's really not living up to its own delivery goals particularly for first math class mail which is how most election ballots are sent it has not hit any of its goals for first class mail in five years and according to a recent inspector general report the US postal service delivered ninety five percent of election mail on time last year which presents actually pretty good but if you think of four to five or six percent of ballots being delayed international mail in election then you get considerable chaos and it is also worth noting that in some of the work lowest performing areas of the country for election Malin twenty eighteen including in swing states like Florida Ohio and stuff like that almost eighty four percent of election mail was delivered on time so that's a huge difference that actually could be proved pivotal and I think election officials and voters this there isn't a widespread acknowledgement that the US postal service has been struggling and may not be capable of performing to the level that most people simply because let's talk about Ohio since you mentioned Ohio specifically there were problems in Butler County during the primary on April twenty eighth what happened yes so in Butler County which it would actually have been affected by some of the plant closures I talk to you about eight two US postal service employees showed up in the office the local director elections there this was three days after the deadline to count ballots it really is a tray of three hundred and seventeen open ballots that were too late to be counted and essentially those ballots have been sitting in a U. S. postal service warehouse uncounted for two weeks in the context here is that Ohio's election was crashed some of the rules that once were set up by the state legislature went against the advice of election officials and voting rights advocates and there had been such bad delays in mail delivery that the secretary of state Republican warned voters and pushed not only for the US postal service to add staff to process balance but also to make sure that ballots all ballots from Ohio voters were processed at at Ohio mail facilities in northwestern Ohio in cities like Toledo because of this wave of plant closures mail within two to three day process and Detroit it turns out was hit by some really bad code related delays with malice like a lot of places around the country and so so the Butler County incident was reflective of what's been happening in in a handful of states if your primary where there is this sort of circle of blame between the US postal service and local election officials were kind of baffled why did their ballots are not getting to voters in in some cases it's because of poorly conceived election operations in cases it seems to be U. S. postal service there in some cases it seems to be a mixture of the two
Ohio - Butler County Jail inmate tests positive for coronavirus
"Team coverage of the covet nineteen pandemic continues as we check in with seven hundred sandy Collins it's an invisible killer the killer is the corona virus and that's Butler County sheriff Richard K. Jones he announced an inmate at the Butler County jail tested positive for covert nineteen and his cellmates test results aren't back yet your feelings as they cleared a facility to handle these cases that need to be quarantine so now those inmates are isolated he said his staff has been preparing for this end quote we were looking for a while but rest assured we will protect staff and inmate population the best we can to ensure everyone safety during these unprecedented times
School officials: No one at Lakota East HS has coronavirus
"Rumors rumors that that a a student student has has come come down down with with a a corona corona virus virus in in Butler Butler County County are are not not true true it it appears appears a a fake fake headline headline saying saying that that the the Lakota Lakota east east high high school school student student was diagnosed with the virus started circulating online health officials say there's no truth to that report meanwhile to Miami University students who went to China waiting test results for possible corona virus contamination but again no cases have been confirmed in Ohio
Ohio Supreme Court to hear kindergarten bullying case
"Before the Ohio Supreme Court the Ohio Supreme Court there's a bowling case and this is gonna impacts of hundred thirty thousand Ohio teachers and possibly your kids and grandkids and that is this if a kid is bullied at school in the past bands of obviously how the Ohio Supreme Court votes on this your your kids bulleted school a teacher and principal the teachers and principals could be sued legally if they if the kids are a belated injure what happened was this the story started back Anil while going to lead up and other to kindergartners indicator girls got the fight they were separated later on one of the two was stabbed by the other with a pencil on the cheek and the concern there as well okay with the teachers have to do something to prevent a student from being attacked if not they would be liable under the eyes of Ohio law does that seem like a fair law to you joining any key hearing centers dot com hotline is Jason fell upon our former Butler County prosecutor and now a defense attorneys about his mother the show could have unique hearing center second hotline our thanks for having me on yeah right on the sill the I I think in in the in the sense of fair play looking to go wait a minute teacher a principal should be responsible if a kid gets bullied assaulted like this little girl in Toledo did that they should be on the hook legally does that does that even pass the sniffer test well they are legally liable and what the state law all right now says is that educators and of course teachers and and principles fall under that category are immune from liability last may act with malicious or wanton or reckless manner so another words negligent actions are protected under the qualified immunity that and I think you know basically they want to make sure that there are lawsuits all over the state bankrupting school boards but if it's if a teacher or principal act maliciously in bad shape or reckless manner than they are liable for a lawsuit but again is that that's kind of difficult bar right what what does that mean exactly could you give me an example of what I tell people all the time and there's the three state of Manchuria as the lead lawyers call if there's negligence there's recklessness and then there's intention and you know if I'm walking around with a glass of the party and I bump into someone it spilled that negligent if I put it on my head my start doing a dance and all the sale but I'm reckless and of course if I throw it on the ground unintentional so that those are the three basic perception so in this particular case that you brought up is if a teacher you'll turn the back wheel left the room but wasn't doing something may be intentional or reckless but something happened as a result then they would be protected under the qualified immunity now if for whatever reason they were militias they were fifteen and the bowling or they you know do there were issues and just didn't care maybe even put them together to see what happens then of course that's where it would go beyond that of a qualified immunity and they could be sued and so what happened in this case and to lead okay is that originally with the finance because the qualified immunity but that the appellate court said wait a second you should have some hearings on whether not the teacher was was reckless of the pool to negligent yes all right so in this case I I think about it all right let's say there's a couple kindergarteners they get a little verbal altercation Roberts okay stop you can't do that to your friend you know talk to him and he settled down a little bit later the one kid grabs a pencil and stabbed the other one on the cheek in this is the key this is the case that is before the Ohio Supreme Court Jason fell upon so in that case said that the kindergarten teacher did she or he acted a certainly wasn't malicious another goes bad faith but was there all wanton disregard was recklessness here in this case I didn't see anything in the and the articles I read that would rise billable reckless but I don't know if there's something else that maybe they didn't know about or something that's not in the article but you know right now it's pulling of the big issue especially with fiber bowling and I think the biggest will be over reaching yeah issue in this case is whether or not they're going to expand the liabilities of teachers and and printable coming street in teachers are under appreciated underpaid another there have all these extra responsibility that hello Sir like a third panel does not not what a teacher supposed to be and so if you're now putting them responsible for other kids actions that are clearly inappropriate I think that is a very it's a slippery slope you know what interesting take about ten years ago that the Supreme Court actually code on the same type of issue a a special needs student on a box was sexually assaulted by another student and the statute that I mentioned about qualified immunity there's an exception drivers if you if the bus driver was negligent in the operation crash or something like that you can sue the school and so they tried to expand operation of the bus to actually supervision of the students and the Supreme Court rejected that said that the unity the plight so I think at least ten years ago the Supreme Court held we're not going to extend liability because you know if your start Maszewo bus drivers and to you or you know they're up there what they tried to do to fix the problem the end there were acting appropriately but maybe you disagree that your have all these people that are gonna be school bus drivers were teachers anymore and if you're in bankrupt the school boards yeah I mean I I don't know so you can be you can be personally liable for neglecting something happens in the classroom you're supposed to be paying attention certainly that there's a mall and sometimes teachers ask maliciously we saw a case recently ask a few cases where a teacher started pummeling a student who was sitting there may be giving her mouth but and I get why the teacher sat but you generally it's frowned upon the two was physically solve the face a student who's sitting at a desk regardless of what they're saying or other acting in your classroom but in that regard though to you can you can mention cyber bulling because do you think some like this there's an ex that there could be an extension there because that to me seems like a whole different area it's the even though the schools address and cyber bowling and we'll deal with those issues you can police what happens I think that's unreasonable to expect schools to be able to somehow stop cyber boy exactly and then where does the liability stop so what happened to fiber bowling obviously Kurds outside the school and then something happened then that tied the score with that now the responsibility for but started inside the school and then that night someone sends a message on social media and the student commit suicide which we've seen issue that happened you know the school responsible for that I think at some point the people have to be responsible for their own actions and you know a school teachers printable they should take all reasonable efforts to maintain their classroom but if you start suing them over everything that a child an appropriate you know that that create a whole host of issues but digestion syllabus on the show this morning at seven hundred W. very slowly back at it on the queuing centers dot com hotline as the high Supreme Court is going to get really interesting case here came out of Toledo where couple kindergartners got a spat the teacher broke it up later one of the students assaulted the other should stab her cheek with a pencil and this thing is Rachel hi for print court of appeal and the question is whether or not educators should be immune or liable for acts like this and saying Hey you know what if the teacher didn't separators and one of the kids to the principal's office for cure keep them apart some like this happens and someone is hurt subsequently after that the teacher or the principal the educator could be pulled personally liable in the eyes of law which is a which is a pretty dangerous standard if they can prove negligence are are malicious purpose or something along those lines do you think schools Jason somewhere to blame here for this because obviously this doesn't happen in a vacuum but it is since my kids were in school your kids you look at this and go all right back in the day it off with a bowling issue you may bring a parent into a friend you learn how to fight you take the bubbly bowling in getting laid back in life when they be working for you ready go to still get education you that kind of thing Marty McFly right right now we've kind of collapse okay well that the educators the schools they have to be more hands on after prevent pulling in every school says we have a zero tolerance policy we're going to stop and prevent bowling from happening they've tried about this absurd standard and I'm not saying this teacher should look the other way not at all but to to say that somehow their response or cyber bulling or what happens off campus or during the summer or in the halls of the school went went in the in the boys the girls rooms when teachers aren't around it is an absolute ridiculous standard that they set this up no I don't think so I think that what they're trying to do is react to society right now because the point is a big issue and with the bowling and social media polling it's becoming more prevalent and more known to everyone at the end of the day school teachers printable they are responsible for the classroom they are responsible for the safety of the children when they're there but at some point you can't put all responsibility on the teachers you know it's been and I think what's important about this case and what a lot of a lot of people are discussing is whether or not action by the teachers are gonna be second yeah than this particular case you know did someone just say something mean to someone else they call out a name and then the teacher move them across the room which seems appropriate but then at recess something happened should the school done something more I think what happened to your going to get into a lot of second guessing hindsight being twenty twenty and at some point I I perceived that the green court likely return of overturning death and and keeping us very strict standard on one of these two yeah if they're malicious if they're the ones doing the attacking act in bad faith or reckless manner obviously it's on the table but expanding that to say Hey if a kid gets you separate a couple kids and later on they get the fight and some could get seriously hurt that's on you man it and that means every time a kid gets a spatter verbal verbal altercation they're gonna get removed from the classroom that's that's not good for anybody right I think they're going to be fact based you know for example is going to have to be pretty egregious for a four lawsuits are are going
Sheriff: Man charged in 'one of the worst cases of child porn' in Ohio
"Butler County sheriff Richard Jones saying it's the worst case of child porn is department is ever seen as a man who was arrested last week arrested again Monday on child porn charges this time we're sorry for my employees my detectives they have to view this I've seen just a little they're not down there at all Trevor Frehley is charged with two counts of the legal use of a minor or impaired person in nudity oriented material or
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Edgewood school district classes in Butler County their cancelled after an outbreak of E. coli district says it made the decision to close because any time to explore the extent of the infection and would city school leaders encouraging parents to watch for the symptoms related E. coli that include stomach cramps diarrhea and vomiting a fraternity at Miami University is being suspended for the next fifteen years the school's handed down the harshest penalty ever for delta tau delta delta over hazing of students one of the victims of the hazing back in March ended up in the hospital said he felt like he was going to die afterwards to a president's called the behavior of the frat member's deplorable and they've embarrassed themselves chapter in Miami University city of Cincinnati is already voted to decriminalize marijuana now little is going to do the same difference there it was the decision of the prosecutor who says his office has much more important things to worry about the effective today I've made the decision that it will be our objective to not prosecute possession of marijuana cases involving one ounce of marijuana or less when the possession charges the only charge or the most serious charge against the individual new rules do not apply to anybody under twenty one also doesn't include cases that involve trafficking of marijuana cultivating it driving under the influence of it Republic use of marijuana and public intoxication involving pot legal sports betting now just a couple of days away in the tri state Hollywood casino in Lawrenceburg local the sports book in this area the first one on Sunday located in the old hop house restaurant at the casino the news sports book will accept wagers on a number of different sporting a Bentsen have dozens of television's inside where people can watch the game.
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Years to nine at St Maximilian and bother county from nine to eighteen so he spent nine years and saying Max's and bother counting which is how the public county prosecutor got involved because of complaints he said did not arise to a criminal level in involving the pastor of St Maximilian and then he was transferred from same Max in Butler County to saying ice sending nations lie all on July first twenty eighteen so he was assigned there about one year and when he went there he was told by the Butler County prosecutor to stay away from kids but he knew he did not pay attention to that which is how this thing arose when you get your reaction we're gonna stay with us in and through at least one o'clock and then Joe deters a schedule to be here and I will ask him questions as you would ask what questions would you like me to ask Joe deters the county prosecutor in about forty five minutes and as a Catholic as a Christian person how to respond was this a failure of the archdiocese certainly a failure of a father Jeffrey drew he couldn't stay away from the flame couldn't do it certainly what is this change you in any set in any sense any fashion and you hold anyone else responsible and what do you want to know from the investigation fifteen years ago we thought it was concluded we thought it was over for you think it's over maybe has just begun but I thought the archdiocese at this point would not put Catholics through this again and not put father Jeffrey drew in a circumstance one allegedly they were warned not to put him around children but the indictment today did not involve any criminal activity I sending nations it dealt with criminal activity he engaged in by the rape of a child the altar boy and the years were a the nineteen eighty eight to nineteen ninety one nineteen eighty eight to nineteen ninety one Joe deters and the grand jury indicted him on nine rapes of a child who was a eleven year old altar boy at the time is now forty one years old none of the rapes took place when he was an ordained priest your reaction five one three seven four nine seven thousand one seven hundred the new with eighteen T. little sadness today let's continue we never stop we simply continue on newsradio seven hundred W. out of me listening.
CNN, Sixty Years And Two Years discussed on Gary Jeff Walker
"CNN is covering quote devastated children without parents after immigrant rates it appears that in Mississippi there were two hundred seventy five illegal immigrants working at a chicken processing plant and the ice may I use the term rated went into the plant with warrants and arrested a whole bunch of illegal immigrants many of whom had already deportation orders against them some were simply working illegally and CNN is covering the story is a circumstance where children are left without parents were taken into ice custody now I don't know about you but normally if you commit criminal acts and your in custody you lose custody of your children normally that's the way it works what we were in a country where kids do not go to prison with their parents this is a normal circumstance Hammond accounting Kenton county switch one county Clermont county Butler County one mothers and fathers who are criminals go to court to be sentenced they normally do not bring their children with them and if they do the judge will say separate the child from the convicted criminal going to jail and then somehow the system has foster care which is a broken down system completely in order to care for the child until order is restored normally when you engage in personal criminal miss behavior the consequences of that it might be separation from your children one might say don't engage in the behavior in the first place in which case ought to worry about but that's not the way scene and cover something this is about trump and not cracking down on illegal immigration which he is but he's following the law Democrats passed these laws in Obama and Schumer a few years ago sounds exactly like trump today when discussing illegal immigration the Democrats wanted to build the walls the Democrats wanted to export illegal criminals from our country the Democrats sound alike trump today see everything is failed with this guy the ability bush access Hollywood tape failed the media coverage of them failed in October November of a twenty sixteen the Russian collusion delusion failed you then had to call me that failed then Mahler's testimony heck that failed now it's on to racism and if that doesn't work then they have guns in which the president is taking the position of the Democratic Party until very recently on not matters of illegal immigration in fact in twenty oh nine and twenty ten up to January fifth of twenty eleven the Democratic Party for the first time in sixty years had complete control of the Congress and the presidency something Republicans have not had since the nineteen fifties even though Republicans control the house and the Senate unless you have sixty votes in the Senate you control nothing for two years nine and ten the Democrats had a sixty vote majority in the Senate control of the house and the presidency they passed no significant legislation whatsoever about guns or immigration to keep those issues alive to use as culture was against Republicans the only thing they fax or what it was a bomber Kerr and that was an unmitigated disaster the drew up that that flew the prices through the roof on premiums and deductibility as and so don't tell me the Democrats want to solve problems if they did they were to solve them they'd rather have the issue to keep power rather than solve a difficulty let's continue with
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Highly is the Butler county. Prosecutors chief of the child sex assault division and she's now been named by governor dewine to be a part of the working group. He's formed to review the Ohio medical boards, handling of abuse allegations against the late Dr Richard Strauss, he abused dozens of students at Ohio State University over the course of several decades, the board investigated Strauss in nineteen Ninety-six and did not pursue any charges against him. I'm Jack crumley News Radio seven hundred wwl w firefighters were sent to the McDonalds on war, Saul avenue, and west price hill yesterday morning after smoke was seen coming out of the roof fix once on scene firefighters made their way to the back of one of the friar. Where's the fire was put out quickly about fifty thousand dollars in damage? No injuries reported any workers or customers. A court hearing is set for later today between plant Planned Parenthood, I should say in Missouri as the women's healthcare group says Missouri's forcing the state's only abortion clinic to close. Planned Parenthood is seeking a restraining order against the state of Missouri as they say it's refusing to renew the license of the state's only clinic that provides abortions, unless it's doctor submit to interviews with the state. Dr Colleen, mcnichols Planned Parenthood physician in Saint Louis politicians should be ashamed of themselves. If the courts don't intervene, the clinic will shut down on Friday and Missouri would be the first state without a clinic, providing abortions since nineteen seventy four the year after the supreme court's Roe v Wade decision. Mark Remillard, ABC news wonder what would happen if you spell Rome. R O, M E wrong in your GPS. A retired British man left his home in Newcastle to drive here to the eternal city, but ended up one thousand miles off the Mark. His car's GPS took the eighty one year old man to a rural village in Germany, Rome. R O M, the puzzlement got out of the car to see if he could spot some Roman landmarks, but before he did he forgot to put on the handbrake and his Jaguar rolled back knocking down a street side. When the police were called he realized his mistake, Meghan Williams, ABC news. R O. M E Dietrich,.
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Hill area selected him to be state rep in November sworn in about seven eight weeks ago, and he was driving on interstate highway. I think it's six seventy near Columbus twenty miles an hour. Above the limited says, so I would assume that's going about seventy five to eighty miles an hour, and he was kind of weaving it out of traffic. So state trooper Spencer large that's a good name for a Cup Spencer March. I like that pulls him over not known who he is. He's driving a Chevy sedan in and out of marked white lanes. He's only thirty one years old and he's s for his driver's license. Well, he didn't have a driver's license as an Ed one in a while. It's been suspended for numerous speeding violations, which is a negative when you're the state rep. Should you be trying to follow state law? Do you think you're a lawmaker? You should not be a law breaker. You know, I I wish the best for this gentleman. I hope he turned things around. I think he's beaten pine instead of claiming now. That he was not intoxicated when he quite clearly wasn't toxic aided. I won't hold it against him that he worked for Wendell not though young. And so I I hope for him the best I hope that he like I said it'll be some humble pie addresses what he needs to address as far as this offense and moves on with his career, if that's gonna say in politics or whatever on March sixth about about a month ago, higher bureau motor vehicles suspense, his license. He's driving back and forth. Columba's lawmaker despite having no driver's license. He also was found in possession of illegal drugs. That's kind of a negative to in addition to the speeding in addition to the DUI now he claims he wishes he would have taken the intoxicated. But I saw the video the video wasn't that good for him. And so I hope must like this west Rutherford character in Butler county and on difficulties in Butler county, and in this particular lawmaker. Decided to pull rank on the cop and said that they police officer deputy trooper Spencer large that do, you know, I'm a state Representative do you know, who I am? Now how does that play with a Cup? Well, you know, what it didn't seem to come up to large on largest list? What what this guy did for a living? I would say I would say that. He should you know realize that when he's out there dealing with that police officer, he's just nother citizen and that he shouldn't be trying to throw his weight around not with not with the large trooper. And you know, again, I I wish from the best. I don't necessarily think just means that he's the worst guy walking. I think he's just really needs mayors and he needs to straighten up. Why right? Maybe maybe you'll wake up one day, and you'll be a conservative, and they'd be type of guy, meaning you can get mind. How about him getting a driver's license? Not being number one thing. That would be a nice start. If he's gonna keep driving. Now. You know, maybe if he's if you go right up the president or governor he could have people driving in. But in the meantime, it'd be nice things they had to drivers this kind of fits into the idea of the rule of law that we have laws that the lawmakers should not become law breakers. And that when you have a lawmaker who doesn't ever driver's license, and he knows it never driver's license. He's. Driving back and forth to Columbus and a high rate of speed drunk with the legal drugs in his possession. All that's a negative. But when you look about what's happening on the southern border. You look at what's happening in Chicago. You have some factoid off the air. You gave me about if you if you commit a non fatal shooting of somebody in Chicago. What are the odds of you being cut? I heard it was five percent. I wasn't sure if I got that from you or from Ben Shapiro or one of my other Norris sources of income is I school around. And and look at my passion, which is the rule of law, and how we must reinstitute rule of law for stay as a as a society, viable society. We gotta have the rule of law and right now, I see roading from north to south east to west out there in Chicago, the Jesse small thing the rule of law just seems to be escaped. And that was the fact that I had heard about Chicago that you have if you're involved in a non fatal shooting. It's about a five percent chance. They get. Solve that you get caught. So you will you and I can right up go cap somebody and there's a ninety five percent chance that we would not be caught found guilty or anything else. So when you're talking about being able to shoot somebody in the ninety five percent chance getting away with it the rule woes eroding eroding and Chicago. I think it's got big big problems here in ham county to the Cincinnati. You know, the mayor don't talk about it. No more, but he had mentioned us that sanctuary city group. And that's, you know, pure insanity to be a city that declares itself. Not believing in the rule of law. The most important or the most important rule of walls are is wall citizenship, and we have a Justice center here at packed to the gills and makes our judge's rulings and stuff lot of times meaningless because there's no room in the end, which means there's no room for punishment. The rule of law is is the roading. It's roading right before is Jesse smell out. You have the Hollywood left generally the N W C P wanted to give him an award Saturday night. And obviously, he lied, obviously. There aren't too light mega hat wearing Trump's supporters walking around late at night in Chicago with a noose in a bottle of bleach waiting to find some b- actor from the movie from the TV series empire to assault. I can't conceive that happening in Chicago, but he played upon racial stereotypes in order to an order to get more fame, and that backfired arm, but and then the whole thing that was I mean, you know, what he was doing. There could have staged for civil unrest could have stayed for riding which could have cost lives. The fact that that was done and then ignored again, it just shows. How far we've gone and the the erosion of the rule of law, and it's it's a very dangerous time in our. Society. And then you see where you just mentioned there were some people that we're going to celebrate right here. We're going to celebrate that end with spitting in the face of the rule of law. It just absolutely blows my mind, and it is it's a scary time scary time for cops on the streets because they want to enforce the rule of law. But they need know that there's a society behind him and system behind him. That's gonna that's gonna back the actions that they take home here to hamper county right now, we don't have room in the end to put the bad guys that we find explain that. Because I deputy sheriff working with Jim Neal. It said we have no room cops bringing people to the jail, and we we have no place to put him. We let him go. My Scott Sloan had somebody on yesterday. There's eighty seven murderers either charged with or waiting to be shipped up to Columbus in the how many kind of jail he said, this isn't a place where we lock people up for marijuana possession or over over using a parking meter. We got murderers, right? Rapists, thieves of every description, and we don't have any room to put them in jail. That means when you arrest somebody you go to jail, they let you go when my wife was she just retired last month from the bench. They would get emails in the morning at eight o'clock from the sheriff saying we cannot accept prisoners today. So you might have a document thirty to fifty people wanting to go needing to go to prison, but he just get an Email from the sheriff saying, well, we can't admit anybody today. So what the hell do you do? Yeah. I mean, you have a Justice center right now that I think it was designed to hold about eight hundred chokes, and they pack like thirteen hundred in there, which puts the the corrections officers at great risk. You see where they haven't sleeping in his little boat things up there in the gymnasium and higher places. This this this innate Justice center that has whole veterans that don't work after time. They're a little bit undermanned as they are. You know that that Justice center is one intimate away from having a disaster. It scares me to death for the folks that work down there. I don't think they make a whole lot of money. God bless them that they're there. And but like you said we got cops that are doing their job judges that are doing their jobs and there's nowhere for these folks ago. And it got even worse in two thousand nineteen because the local county jails became responsible for the felonies of the fifth degree. So you have your low level being eased and drug offenses that all those things that used to be the responsibility to fate is now the responsibility of the county in a county where we didn't have any room for him. Anyway, we're renting space up in Warren county, and I think maybe Butler county to just because like you said we have so many bad guys. We were whole were holding dozens of people for murder GLONASS, assault and other type crimes that are either waiting sentencing or waiting trial. There's some there's some really bad dudes. They're in Justice center in Chicago. Jesse Smolin obviously committed crimes he committed hate crimes against may use the term white people. He charged an entire group of people within the cell. That didn't happen. He filed false police reports. He lied repealing to the cops and Kim FOX the the Joe Cook County on no big deal. Just go away. And I'm looking at that looking at the southern border sanctuary cities. We're in trouble. But Dan hills. We gotta go we could talk all day. I'm sure we could really thanks for having me on a great day. Dan Hill's you're a great American. He was on the acute hearing, center dot com. Highland. Let's continue with.
"butler county" Discussed on KTOK
"At the Butler county. Conservation board says the call from the county school district was unexpected. He will help lead the training program. It starts out with just kind of why we do hunter education, and then goes into some of the ways of how firearms were the program will be integrated into the physical education program beginning in February critics like kylian hunter vice president for the Brady center to prevent gun. Violence says these students are too young. These are kids that don't quite have the cognitive capacity yet to understand the difference between an unloaded or maybe simulated gun that they're using training and a loaded gun that may be at home. The program will be mandatory for seven and eighth grade students and optional for high schoolers. I'm Hank weinbloom hoping to deliver an unblemished word of the week. Generally. We hope for situations that are clean smooth pure as the driven snow with no potholes or smudges, or when it came to the state of the union address, we found out that she's canceled. It I think that's a great blotch on the incredible country that we all love flood watch something that Mars and otherwise pure object like a country or your skin was like, gee, that's funny. How all of a sudden I have that blotch there. A blotch is often used to describe a skin regularity or maybe an ugly spot and a paint job. Blotch are never pretty you'll never hear someone say, my what a lovely blocks you have there. That's great. Blotch you might be able to cover up a blotch with makeup or another coat of paint. Can you cover up a political blotch? Some I've tried with your word of the week. Hank weinbloom, Fox News..
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Putting a nut another way up on the side of the cheek just kind of saving it for future reference. You know, what you go the travel show this week? Say. Honor slim at the travel show. Just go up to get our pictures on the day, we love swimming. Yes. That's good pictures pictures of that for the blog. I think it's funny. While researching the story I found out that this occurrence of someone having to go the hospital for an incident like this to bad incident. Happens about five thousand times. I five thousand times a year, but live animals are only involved in twenty of those cases, typically. Wait a minute. But that means that there are nineteen other animal victims out there that we don't know that don't have names that don't have statues, the unknown victims. That's who we live for gerbils. There's some gerbils some ills and apparently snakes. Yes. God. Got to be Democrats. Emails. Emails snakes. Oh my God. So of course, they did research willing. Do you like animals up your what other objects are we talking about they didn't specifically name many? I know things like. Soda bottles was one thing. That was mentioned that was mentioned. But really, I think what stuck with me was the twenty animal cases because we know what? One of those cases was where the other nineteen. It's very sad. We don't want to diminish his thing at all because slim gave his life for someone else's pleasure. There was an accident for next call nine one one they show up and say, you gotta be kidding me about the dachshund. The are getting this one might be on that show inside store. Untold stories of the ER. This is really the inside. This is the inside. So to speak. I say give me out of the stooge report play something funny. Matt play something we need some humor willy in honor of. Slippy women. Now, we have a captain in Butler county. I'll be down and take fingerprints off a slimy. Little bastard. So I can have an investigation on who. Door. We'll find out we're going to find that person. Maybe they got some DNA on.
"butler county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Outside. We have some dense fog to the north say Butler county, Warren county and north of there and it's cold out about twenty. So it's thick fog. Then you're going to have the freezing fog issue. So for the rest of the day clouds around for the most part of high thirty two tonight, clouds isolated freezing drizzle again twenty nine tomorrow. Freezing drizzle in the morning with a high of thirty seven Wednesday nights. No develops after midnight could be kinda messy for Thursday morning. And then we got that stuff over the weekend. Who knows right now? Twenty one we're up one seven hundred wwl w seven hundred wwl sports. Here's a reds up. Ken Rosenthal of the F reports that the Padres reds and Indians have engaged in discussions regarding a possible three team trade scenario precise. Details of the possible trade aren't known, but the concept at play appears to be one that would send Cleveland as Corey kluber to Cincinnati via San Diego in college basketball last night. Nebraska upsets, number twenty five Indiana, sixty six to fifty one. Also in college basketball last night. It was Syracuse knocking off number one. Duke at Cameron indoor stadium. Ninety five to ninety one tonight, south Florida takes on the Cincinnati Bearcats and fifth third arena. Seven hundred wwl ws coverage begins after sports talk at six thirty five. College basketball guru, Mike to of the sporting news. The big ten network special guest on sportstalk last night, had a look at the Bearcats going to be a fight for the Bearcats. And the one thing that they've done well in this season is that they want a lot of those close games. Pretty much who they thin throughout mixed tenure when they get into one of those. If you're a you're in a one possession game with with the bearcat that they're that's their turf. And that doesn't mean they win every one. But that's they know how to win those games and a lot of teams don't know how to figure out how to get to the finish line. When you're when you're that tight. Also tonight is to Kentucky up against Georgia at seven on ESPN. Fifteen thirty Miami redhawks are at Toledo Ken state meets Ohio, you Rutgers goes up against Purdue NHL hockey tonight. New Jersey skates at Columbus. The blue jackets action starts at six forty five on Fox Sports thirteen sixty Bill Denison, NewsRadio seven hundred wwl w sports..
Lockheed wins contract for U.S. Air Force GPS satellites
"W the radar shows clear skies in the tri-state, seventy three degrees. Right now news is a service of progressive insurance. A bunch of new jobs are coming to the Queen city health partners coming to blue ash. The company will take over part of the old Procter and gamble campus. In the city economic director, Neil Hemsley says blue ashes at attractive place, employees because of its central location. I think the access for their employees. It's a good central location for them to attract their workforce, the site itself has great access to i-275. Five, and they also mentioned that the number of
Hurricane Maria caused an estimated 2,975 deaths in Puerto Rico, study finds
"Of, professionals and we're just thankful for the contribution that everybody, everybody's made Westchester police chief Joel, Herzog after a body, was found late last, week in, Butler county field near West Chester and was. Identified as missing Twenty-three-year-old Ellen Wyche why cast been missing or had been missing since August. The first Westchester police arresting, Michael Strauss with the murder of Ellen white Straus. Locked up on, a two million dollar bond new evidence that the death toll from hurricane, Maria has been
Former Vatican official calls for Pope's resignation
"Vatican insiders have leaked. An eleven page, document accusing Francis himself of turning, a blind eye to allegations of sexual abuse by former. Washington DC cardinal Theodore Mckarrick the document, even says. The pope Francis must be the first to. Set, a good example and resigned this. Was really a two day pilgrimage of atonement by pope Francis at. Every stop on this tour he, was confronted by the pain left behind, by, the, church, abuse scandal which was widespread here in Ireland not, limited to churches but also to institutions that cared for unwed. Mothers and for children orphans really who in some cases were. Taken forcibly from their mothers their single
Trump signs defense act in New York; bill provides $716 billion in funds
"President Trump. Spoke to soldiers, in fort drum New York, today signing the John s McCain national defense authorization act It gives servicemembers a pay. Raise, and provides funding for new weapons and equipment during the speech today the president again mocked the, press covering the events I'm so proud. Of myself I didn't call them the fake news, media, I didn't call I said to myself I will not today in front. Of our great armed forces call them fake. News we know the. Real truth but we won't say today the president did. Not mention Senator John McCain by name during those comments the Bill also includes tough language
FCC watchdog: John Oliver segment triggered system slowdown, not bots
"A government watchdog group correcting the record on. What happened to the FCC's public comment page on, its, plan to repeal net neutrality before the FCC held a vote repealing Obama era net neutrality, rules the agency's servers were flooded with comments the agency at the time put out a press, release blaming it on a quote attack by bots and coordinated by. Quote external actors now the FCC's inspector-general says that's not true. And there was no attack it says a more than three thousand percent spike in web traffic came right after a call from HBO's John Oliver to. Flood, the agency's public comment page with protests FCC chairman Ajit pie who spearheaded the repeal blame the misinformation on his former information
Tristate Butler County, President and The New York Times discussed on America's Truckin' Network
"The rain the radar shows some scattered rain showers still throughout most of the tristate butler county just has a little bit of rain no over it right now but warren clermont hamilton and boone county are seeing the worst of it out this time it is sixty seven degrees right now president donald trump on twitter saturday claimed a major newspaper made up an unnamed news source which turned out to be not so secret the president tweeted that the new york times quoted an official who doesn't exist and referenced a line in the story about a possible summit with north korea in which is senior white house official telling reporters that june twelfth summit would not be possible because more planning would be needed the source reports abc news in the times was a senior white house official speaking to a large group of reporters in the white house briefing room on the.
Winner of $560M Powerball jackpot can stay anonymous, judge says
"As the investigation continues a babysitter accused of critically injuring a toddler being held on a thirty thousand dollar bond lindsey pardon appeared in butler county courtroom yesterday a three year old little girl was in pardons care late last week when she was injured doctors say the girl had a black guy bruises and swelling on her brain family members say the toddler clinging to life in the icu at cincinnati children's hospital a judge says the winner of a massive powerball jackpot earlier this year the eighth largest lottery prize in us history can remain anonymous ever since that drawing on january ninth we've known who didn't win the nearly five hundred sixty million dollars powerball jackpot including the lottery director in new hampshire where the winning ticket was sold we're walking it's not it's not the end perhaps we never will know a judge ruled the woman who signed the winning ticket later learned she could have shielded her identity by using the name of a trust she was upset to learn that her lawyers said that wasn't printed on the ticket and argued her privacy interests outweigh the public's right to know her name the judge agreed but said her hometown can be released scott goldberg abc news a health scare for a country music superstar over the weekend always stay tim mcgraw collapsed onstage in dublin ireland sunday night reportedly after singing is number one hit humble and kind after dropping to his knees groznyy faith hill told the crowd it was her decision to stop the show saying her husband had been super dehydrated a mcgraw representative says the fifty year old singer will be fine he is set to start a us tour may thirtyfirst in richmond virginia dave schreiber abc news news radio seven hundred wwl w sports.
Woman restrained after trying to open airplane cabin door during flight
"A passenger restrained on board a flight after allegedly trying to open the main cabin door in flight in these cell phone recording a woman on board can be heard yelling i am god united express flight was en route from san francisco to boise when she according to the airline tried to open the aircraft dory flight she was restrained on board the plane landed in boise and she was met by police and given a mental evaluation alex stone abc news a can't have your cake and eat it can you get there you want investment in the inner city that tournant alan account cincinnati bear john cranleigh says it would be a huge mistake not to put at fc cincinnati stadium in the west stand downtown downtown and it's more convenient for all residents and members of the whole region the infrastructure in the traffic is better a comment off seventy five downtown it's more set up for major constitution like that i believe it will be more exciting to be in the inner city like crosslea field was in the west dan you know a hundred years ago in columbus yesterday ohio attorney general mike dewine the owner of the columbus crew in major league soccer in a lawsuit that he smiling dewine says it's to prevent the team from violating a law passed in the nineties at the cleveland browns move to baltimore for eighteen to give a city six months notice if it's moving and give local people a chance to buy the team the 17yearold accused of killing his roselyne school classmate will be tried as an adult zachary welsh is facing charges of murder aggravated robbery and tampering with evidence in the death of 18yearold austin hensley during a january robbery whilst told investigators he was pistolwhipping hensley in the head when the gun went off sending a bullet into the victim's head a judge said welsh bond at seven hundred fifty thousand dollars next of butler county jury will consider whether or not to indict welsh melissa neely newsradio 700 wlw how much wiggly wedding costs judiciary what are the priority items that you should may be be concerned about leaving up to the big day on average aid costs around thirty three thousand dollars to get married in that doesn't even include the honeymoon i new survey from.