35 Burst results for "C. Romero"
Brazil and Argentina Suspension Shocker
"Just when you think you've seen it on in the game. The matches then stopped by brazilian authorities. After seven minutes. This was an extraordinary series of events. Brazil take on argentina income and bone qualifying. of course. this was the big game of the day. A game that eventually was abandoned. Thank goodness guy is heads a try. Tallies exactly what happened god. Okay so wow all right. So there's four argentine players who any buendia martinez romero and lasalle su. Who is you know. Play their football. In the united kingdom For tottenham and aston villa respectively. Brazil have a rule in place. Where just as brazil is on. United kingdom's red list United kingdom is on brazil's red list and then means that anybody entering the country has to quarantine for ten days. They've been In this case the united kingdom Over the previous two weeks now These four players as they came in they didn't put the fact that they had been in the united kingdom on their whoever filled up their forms for them didn't put them in in the forms at the airport. The brazilian authorities noticed this. It took them a couple of days because they've been in for three days. There's different reports about how hard they tried or whether they were able to go and approach them and now a deport them or get them to quarantine eventually. They said he could only get to them at the stadium once. They were at the stadium. The difficulty getting into the dressing room because it was locked and so eventually aided by police they came on the pitch stopped the match. There was some throwing and eventually argentina's said okay. Never mind this. We're leaving and they left the stadium. Brazil stuck around. They had a kickabout for the delight of the fans. Were in the ground.
Why Doesn't California Build Big Dams Any More?
"Been talking about how most of our water comes from a system of dams and reservoirs set up to capture the states precipitation so one logical solution here is more dams right. Not so fast says jay lund a professor of civil and environmental engineering at uc davis story. I tell people is if you were the first engineer in california and you were going to build the first reservoir where would you put it. You had put it the cheapest place that gives you the most water. Where would you put the reservoir the next best place. We've done this fifteen hundred times. What do we have left. Expensive places that don't give you much water. He says with fifteen hundred dams in the state all the good damn spots are taken heck. Even a lot of the bad spots are taken but that doesn't mean that there aren't smart things we can do with our reservoirs as david romero takes it from here with four big ideas so the first big idea has to do with managing those fifteen hundred reservoirs differently. I learned how lake mendocino along the russian river. That's where i met. Nick mala savage in the middle of the mostly dry lake bed. He helps manage the lake for the us army corps of engineers in two thousand nineteen. The water was about forty feet over our heads. He says lake mendocino could go dry by the end of the summer mar lake levels here at lake. Mendocino are the lowest they've ever been for this time in the year even though this lake is nearly dry it's on the leading edge of science around reservoir management in the past. Water was let out of the reservoir whether or not storms were in the forecast. They wanted to make room for more water. They expected would come but because of climate change. Those storms are becoming less frequent malice. Savage is helping pilot a new approach at lake. Mendocino conserve wait until a major rainstorm is coming and then let water out of the reservoir. It's called forecast informed reservoir operations. We can sit on this water. We can continue to watch the forecast and then you see that big boomer of a storm conham then you can make the decision. Hey the sun's still shining. We need to put water into the river. Generate that airspace for the next storm. And we're good
"c. romero" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast
"That. This specific instance. I think you're talking speaking at a conference i am. I was talking about my career right saying that You know what it was about saying in the industry and you know i've stayed in the industry hariri long time and people People it's whoever was to cover. The conference highlights. The day actually said that. I was talking to john's failure right in. So you know no talking about my own. Southbound brennan the ministry along the new has inside. I think that's one of the talks. That i give about like. Why would you not seen conference giving talk on john's career. I mean in at this point. It probably could still. It's just ridiculous assumption. Like obviously she.
"c. romero" Discussed on Scene World – The C64 NTSC/PAL Disk Magazine – Podcast
"So he's also the guy behind the plus four and sixteen line that thomas in east europe. The ted chip that was his his baby. Yup and i believe that they were going to try to put that into one twenty for some reason. It didn't work and that's why they ended up having to use. I don't know about that. i don't know. I don't know there was there was something. They had to come up with their own eighty column chips and they pulled up for another place. It wasn't ready yet. Yeah yep so says that Well mine intendo. News actually released news article about nintendo originally in intended to be involved in the tokyo olympics featuring lady gaga emerging from vare pipe from super mario process. But that didn't happen so we will link to that story. Okay okay and i saw on twitter. That are conic laps. Actually released at tweet was a screen shot about the current status of lost realms of the mirka dust episode one. That's a sixty four. Conversion of at. I ninety nine for a game. That's actually running a kickstarter at the moment. That will okay worthless link for that. It was linked to that. And it's actually a reprint a second printing guy all rims off the enter query the scattered around collector's edition. Okay oh there we go. Yep yep yep yep cool so yeah as i said so there. It may sound like the two are connected but they aren't Well it's just by chance blows rpg's but yeah okay. It's interesting but the funny thing is originally. I wasn't sure For that firm. That was because it's not mentioned in the pledge. Just actually the rewards that you could let for but if you go to campaign it's actually saying in the story that it's t. I ninety nine for a game and my my my first impression for some reason was that the the game from our kind accepts is sixty four version of the t. I ninety nine game but that isn't so things can get confusing also releases and kickstarter but those those happen to be rpg games and they actually called are pitchy and at the moment as i'm not really a fan of the toronto i don't know if c- stands for correct set our peachy don't know i have no idea what the c stands for an arbitrary. I know that Rpg stands for role playing game. But cr pitchy parolee director computer role playing game Computer okay so not corrector. Not corrector said right. Yup we'll also here in the story of romero that actually her role playing game. Experience started with tabletop game. So perhaps that's a good A good moment to jump over. Yes section to the interview. So i buy whoa so today. We are having an not fuck cost guests again and this time. It's that romero and brenda low. Come to the show yeah Low so hope. Everything is fine over there in ireland. Yes great actually. I mean well you know working finally opening back so it's Yeah it's actually exciting. I never thought. I'd say i was as excited as i am to the restaurant but i'm never unreasonably to get a restaurant in my life right right so we talked today because basically you are in very known game designer. And there's some something you're always auto interviews. You're always out that uber. I in the industry that john. That's the only you know. The funny thing is nobody ever drawn with me. Nobody why don't own pointed out in the somebody power that how do i say hundred started is like if you're drowning together. You cannot even imagine the amount of times people will say. Oh your wife. Making to order surprise movie ever said that like oh does your husband may games to write orders assumption like oh you're marketing your npr something like that. You know that. actually. I wanted to see harry potter. Those roles obviously for the importance of the game. Roy but people are are surprised. Intellectually had.
Secure Our Future by Healing the Soil
"Arable land needs a drastic investment in farming practices that reintroduced carbon into the soil and help it retain that carbon for a long time. We call that regenerative agriculture. So how do we do that. Well this is a podcast about the future but to answer that question we i have to go back to the past. I come from an indigenous community and we've been in the same place for thousands of years like if you're in a place for very very very long time having a system that doesn't regenerate itself is not even an option a day. Romero brioni is director of native agriculture and food systems at the first nations development institute and a member of the co- chidi and kiowa nations indigenous. People have been using regenerative practices for thousands of years but now methods like no till farming and using cover crops to protect the soil from the sun are growing more popular so is planting diverse ecosystems together instead of using chemical fertilizers and pesticides. We can't talk about regenerative agriculture. If we don't about the alteration of land ways we can't talk about regenerative systems if we don't talk about the destruction of the salmon who like spent generations and generations and generations of their nationhood building the fertility of the soil in places like california. So what do salmon have to do with soil. Well you've heard about. The salmon runs in the pacific northwest when salmon swim upstream to spawn. They carry inland all the nutrients from the fish and krill. The aided see when they die. Their bodies nourished the soil. America's redwoods rely on the salmon. It is just one example of the soil being an integral part of an entire
The Alice Todd Child Abuse Case
"The minute forty seven year old. Tina chevelle walked into the hospital with a two year old child. Employees were suspicious. The toddler was badly bruised and the mother seemed to dodge every question lobbed at her all shabas told the staff was that her child needed medical care but when she was asked to produce documentation she changed her story she clarified that she was the adoptive parent not the biological mother. The case grew even stranger when chavez claimed she couldn't provide any proof she had legally adopted the child either. There was no longer any question. Something unusual was definitely going on. The woman's story was inconsistent and concerning the hospital called the police and notified child protective services. Cps determined that because chavez couldn't prove she had legal custody a relative should take care of the child while police looked into the matter with that the investigation into tina. Chevy's began shabbat. Lived in thomas phil north carolina with her husband vison zeo mendoza romero both in claimed to have custody of the child but neither of them had the paperwork to prove it. The police started to suspect they'd stumbled upon a case of illegal adoption. The phenomenon is more common than the average person might expect. Adoption is a practice as old as civilization itself. But for most of its history. The institution was specifically designed to meet the needs of the parents rather than the children. It wasn't until the mid eighteen hundreds when people in power started to reconsider the practice treating children like ponds and adult games in eighteen fifty one massachusetts past the adoption of children act the first law that codified modern adoption essentially. The state was empowered to determine whether the arrangement with the parent was beneficial to the child before this legislation. That question was largely deemed irrelevant. Nowadays adoption is a complicated legal process. And it's that way by design. If there no neutral party involved people could easily trade their children for money or other goods there would be no safeguards guaranteeing that the children grow up in healthy environments. So when the police in thomas ville north carolina opened their investigation on tina chavez. They had one concern on their minds whether their arrangement was good for the toddler or if it was even legal at all
"c. romero" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"c. romero" Discussed on Morbid: A True Crime Podcast
"Pay weirdos i'm alina i am ash and with us right now is not george c. Romero but he was yet retroactively duh. Hey so that was a weird introduction but we just wanted to throw this cool little bonus episode out there to all of you We got the opportunity to sit down with. George c romero dude. The george c ramiro. The dude he is an actor. He's a writer director. He's a producer. He's a creator. He's just an all around amazing human being a renaissance man. If songs man he was so much fun to talk to we just we literally sat down the two of us. And caleb from scream. Which if you're listening to that goal some amount to and we basically just shot. The shit talked about what he has coming up. He has some really cool projects that he's working on. In some charitable endeavors. That were really interesting to find out about. And some life advice that i literally needed more than i thought i did exactly so we just wanted to kinda. Just throw this at you guys as a little extra episode. It's really fun. Give it a listen and we'll see you guys later. Enjoy how are you. i'm good. how are you guys. Every time. I do the gym thing. I have to like figure my microphone. Camera shame weekly and we're still awful lot them. How's it going good. We're so excited you're here. I'm excited to be here. I love the bowie on the back. Waller oh man your walls awesome. I'm just in my woodshop. Looks great and then you got rid of the beard. Just got the mustache. And now i did i did. I was shaving. I got a you know. I'm like writing like writing mode lately. So weird shit happens. Can i swear on this very weird shit happens. You know like i think i'm working deliver the last eight issues or last seven issues of the rise comic with heavy metal getting ready to go to movies back the back. And i'm getting those scripts finished stu-. I'm like i'm writing all these different things across the board. And it's taking all these weird hours and you know. I think it was one night around three in the morning. And i said that shaved because why not because you know it just kind of came out of my staff so it does look stunning. Maybe i'll try to write. Something grow a moustache. I like that and then we'll speaking of all that. That's what we're here to talk about. Today i really just want to know what you have going on what you're working on what you're really interested in right now I kind of just wanna leave the florida you for a little while. Oh man. I was not prepared to Give a lecture. We're all hanging up right. now forget it. there's a lot of cool stuff going on and crypt up. No just kidding. That's mostly what i'm i mean. I'm working on so much so much so much things. Can you tell them. Writing rain is like i was up. Last night i must. I must have just powered through like three quarters of the script does up to like six. So i'm still like i'm still firing away. The coffee the cigarettes and all morning is kinda going but Yeah i'm working on You know the rise is is probably the been the centerpiece project of my entire life for the last decade plus trying to get it done trying to find the right place is trying to find the right partnerships and people and trying to find people who wanted to Not and this is a tricky thing to say not find people who wanted to respect my project. The way people think that you know what i mean i i want to find. People wanted to respect the law. Respect the respect of the the the the whole world respect the fans respect the love. Respect everything that this community has come to represent and it took me over ten years to to find a partner and having metal maggots and studios with that so And it's funny because after after more than a decade then it was like okay hit the gas and and now it's just non stop. It's just delivering It's just delivering issue after issue after issue of comic book. Which is you know again. Eleven years ago. When i came up with this whole somebody said well how do you wanna do and i said i wanna do a comic i. I wanna maybe do a video game. Then maybe sm- animation then like live action stuff and everybody would say well. You know you have to do it this way. Because that's my way or you have to this way because that's my way and And i would always say great. Let's let's explore it. Which would then turn into something you know. Kind of weird and Man this is just been amazing working with these guys like they get it. And it's it's such an amazing partnership between me and heavy metal for for a project like this there couldn't be a better platform for it. I don't think it's been so much fun and now we're doing video game now. We're talking about animation. Our talking about all that other stuff so And those things are moving forward and it's very very exciting and You know so those. Those are the big things around the rise of beyond madame. Getting ready to go Do two movies back to back here anytime I'm i'm literally just kind of like waiting. Like i have a backpack by the front door like that's right but i can't go into a lot of detail about those but They're going to be super fun and It's a side of horror that i've always wanted to kind of explore Yeah and it's It's super super fun. There's a lot of action and like I don't know. I think they're kind of like Kind of like. I'm trying to bridge the gap between my two favorite things. Action moves are moves. You know what i mean. I said the other way around. But you get So i think that that's going to be a lot of fun and then The other big thing. I have going on right. Now is the veterans compound which is nonprofit that i started for veterans And i you know that again has been something. I've been working on for years and we just got our five. Oh one c. Three certification last year and and and that's kind of a an effort of mind to develop a brick and mortar sort of Place here in kentucky. Hopefully on a horse farm Where we can take a couple of classes of retired veterans A year and sort of helped them Not only learn the profession of filmmaking Learn how to kind of use the creative side of this industry to process a lot of their experiences and in the kind of small one on one one on You know three experiences that. I've had with veterans over the past six seven years of my life doing this as much as i personally can I've seen it work. And and i've seen it just I've seen it be amazing. I've seen what writing a screenplay can do to help. Some of some of our veterans and so So that's that's a huge thing. That's that's that's the other big thing that i'm doing right so going on nothing crazy. Yeah no not at all. That's really cool though. 'cause i i don't think enough people look at what like creativity and using your brain in that way can do to like process trauma project process grief like. No one really looks at that but it really can't like that's such a good way.
"c. romero" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast
"We fail dismally and so. I'm hoping that this film causes dialogue. You know having the conversations especially young people who see this film because at the end i would think that shudders demographic is generally young and I'm hoping that this kind of film says okay. Wow never thought about it and really when you think about. Are there a lot. Are there any films out there in any Era about this subject. And i don't know can you think of any off the top of my head. I couldn't no. I think there are any so so this is a very sort of novel subject and it's still relevant today unfortunately and Yeah so i'm hoping conversations will be had no. Are there any plans for this film to be released either on a blu ray format or on the digital format. Yeah i think so. I'm not quite sure on the timing. Okay yes eventually. People will be able to get a dvd or blu ray or whatever format Also because. I do know that a lot of romero fans and just you know fans who really like a filmmaker really liked to have the whole collection you know and So i think that people will be interested. And also you know not everybody's streams So the people who don't stream we'll be able to eventually get a hand their hands on this On this dvd's at the end of the day is going to be one of his most popular films easily. I think yeah. I think so and you know if georgia were alive. He'd be like really astonished like he would really be naughty said going. I don't get it. I think because it's real it's real and it's also go. Yeah like pseudo documentary. You know documentary meet. You know Pressburger you know and you know just Yeah it's just a different style of of sort of filmmaking. And and if you i don't i have spills of the set and so i know what george was wearing During the three days. And i can see his outfit going cross the camera. And if you listen to the wallow all jorge romero so you know it was a one man show You know he had all the people were volunteers and hines men and Mike gornik You know the you know he they. Of course were there and helped. And but you know george would just how vision of how it needed to be and He had three days to do it. It's you know like we said it's it's just a fantastic film and if you haven't seen it and you're listening to this you need to go see it immediately. You're moving on to the george a romero foundation. This is something that you created to keep his legacy alive. Thankfully when at one point did you decide to do it. And how much work went into creating this foundation. Well i have to tell you a story you know When george was diagnosed with lung cancer He said to me. I don't wanna talk about business. No more business okay. No problem. I completely understood and georgia. Annoy played a lot of games. You know we played you know clue and monopoly and scrabble. And all the games and i'm playing scrabble. Which was our number one game. I say and We were playing scrabble. And i asked him very casually what he thought. His legacy would be and He said that he really didn't think anybody really cared and really blew me away when he said it and i didn't say anything to him at the time i just kept playing and those words kept rolling in my head. Nobody really cares and so he passes. And i'm roaming the halls in my apartment. Our apartment and i kept hearing those words. Nobody really cares. Nobody really cares. And i saw i. It's just not true. I mean. I'm not a huge fan of the horror world. You know i'm just not dealt that way But i knew what he said was wrong. And i just i just so every single day i worked proven wrong. That's what i do. I i- prove him wrong. Every single day And so you know it takes time to establish a five. Oh one c. three So got the paperwork done. It was actually pretty quick to three months. After we filed regard it and i started to accumulate or procure a team And which i'm so thankful for because they're also smart and and they are in fact Fans of the horror world and And of course. I'm learning every single day. About the world georgia's work Because i of course. I knew his work but i'm not really in ducks. If you know what. I mean i i knew it in a surface surface way and and so now. I'm really getting to know his work. and his career and So than proving him wrong on not. I'm also trying to get him out. Got boxx that he was put in So i'm unboxing him in a sense because you know you know we there with. We haven't archive of all of his works. There's forty five fifty un produced screenplays treatments stuttered. A those are not a dummy movies. These are just stories and you know he wanted to tell stories and he wanted to make these movies and everybody comes saying no george. It's not as on b. movie. So you know he was. Frustrated is an artist. He kept.
"c. romero" Discussed on The Graveyard Show Podcast
"He was approached to make this movie. Well karl rava dak. Who is a producer of this film His wife Time was you know a volunteer at the lutheran senior life and they were looking for You know to make a movie or make an industrial so that they could let their communities know about programs for the elderly. All of that and they said carl. Do you know anybody anyway. Yeah well actually. As a matter of fact. I know this guy. Jorge romero and i went okay. Let's hire him so they did. And you know you know when you hire. You know brian depalma. You're gonna get you know you're going to get you know a little violence If you if you hire jorge romero you're gonna get edgy and They certainly got that and I i guess you know they never actually said to me We didn't really like. It was too much but you could tell that they kind of just put it away. Because years and years later went i went to look for another print because mine was so bad They didn't have a record of it being made they didn't have a record of the the donation that their organization did. They had no record of it so they kind of just put it away and so you know i guess they just didn't find it effective for their For their needs. That's amazing to me. I mean and this is and this is also now after he had already made neither living dead so and that was a movie that just kind of went away. I mean people knew that movie. So i'm just curious how how. They didn't connect dawson. Go wait a minute you know and and to be fair. I mean george never really you know a time never imagined that he would be this horrors. I'll be guy you know. He did a film called night of the living dead with friends and he didn't think that he would be considered that guy. You know what i mean. Like for him He wanted to make movies. He wanted to make films So for him. It wasn't really about what kind or what's he just wanted to tell stories. Any wanted to help camera doing it for him. So i could see him. Yeah i could see him thinking. Oh this zombie movies. This could be one of many just movies that i make no. He just thought this was my first movie at i. It wasn't successful but then it started getting growing. You know growing in terms of popularity and in talked You know the cage. Ma said this was a masterpiece so then suddenly people are starting to. Who is this romero got. But really at the time was you know kind of guerrilla filmmaking and you know and also you know how lucky he that he kinda hit a home. Run on the first effort I hardly ever happens but it happened to him but to be fair. He wasn't really in that box. Just yet What i find interesting is that he now. If kind of want to go off the road here for a minute and kind of say decide. Read real fast. So if i'm not mistaken he had done some page work or or something on alfred hitchcock's movie north by northwest. He was on the set. He wasn't really impressed with the way hitchcock directed and he he was more along the lines of orson welles like was really very impressed with orson welles. Your which is interesting. Because i could see after having heard about that i could see jorge romero directing citizen kane. I can see him making that movie because magnificent magnificent amerson citizen kane those those are very interesting films when you see how their shot and when i look at george mirrors movies i go. You know even like the other horror movies but it's more the net if if people really stop and pay attention to how he directed and put a story together you could. I mean it's a clinic filmmaking. it's really interesting. And when i heard that he was more of a fan of wells on my oh that makes total sense. No you know. And he was phil he he looked phil and he would find even hitch like there were qualities that he liked from hitch. But i think that if you were going to ask you know what filmmakers you know really influence. You wouldn't have been hitched. But he he liked hitch. He just didn't think that orson was much you know. ford William wyler You know there. So many he really loved Polanski film he looked at it from a different kind of wins. You know like what. I see a film i see it. Oh let's see if it's going to entertain me you know. He doesn't look at it that way. He looked at it more from craft from. What did the director want to do a how did or she do it. You know that kind of lens. Yes definitely so getting back to now. The amusement park in terms of the research they're restoring the film. I believe there were three prince at you. Wound up coming across the the ones the ones you had the one that the lutheran services. It had. and then i believe there's a third one that you came across and they will never had no lutheran. I had a print. Tony buba had print and a woman in dallas Had it in her archive but when she took a look at it she said oh my goodness it's so pink and it so terrible so we never even asked her if we could have the print because we knew right away now. Tony's wasn't wonderful either. It was scratched worked. Ripped you know all that mine wasn't all that much better but it was the best of the three and so that was what indie collect us to You you know to restore it. And they did a great job. It was really crazy difficult. Because they didn't even have the elements they just had to sixteen and they did it for. It'll frame by frame Yeah they yeah. It is incredible how they really did a good job. How long did the process take roughly. Oh i'd say about about a year.
Two Viewpoints on the US Economic Forecast for 2021
"Gonna have to economic forecasters diana alfred. Who are going to make specific predictions about what is going to happen with jobs with inflation and with housing in the united states for the rest of the year also unlike some economic forecasters who make their predictions and then disappear if they things wrong. Alfredo and diane have courageously agreed to come back on the show in january and talk about both what they got right and what they got wrong and when they come back we'll see who's forecasts were closer to reality and we're doing this show because it's a good way to think about these very high stakes economic questions that we're facing right now and also we actually want the answers we wanna know. We'll hear from contestant number two. Alfredo romero in just a minute but first contestant number one diane swonk how many jobs will. Us economy add every month for the rest of the year and just for context here. The us has been adding around five hundred thousand jobs per month in the past few months. I think the economy will add four hundred and fifty thousand payroll jobs a month on average through the end of the year. We asked diane how she got to this number and she said she started with what the economy is doing right now today. We're sizzling very hot sizzling hot. Yes yes hot. Hot hot grow the. Us economy is so bouyant that just passed his previous peak. But we're still seven point six million jobs in the hole. Let's just stop say that again the. Us economy is bigger than it was before the pandemic but we have seven point six million fewer jobs before and there are few things going on here. One is the extraordinary amount of borrowing and spending that the federal government has been doing which has done a lot to get the economy growing again. Another factor according to diane maybe that businesses figured out during the pandemic how to sell more stuff with fewer workers take restaurants. Diane pointed out to us that americans are now spending more on restaurant food right now than we were before the pandemic despite the fact that the number of restaurant jobs has fallen by more than a million
Making Hot Sauce and Working to Save Wetlands
"A family in Louisiana world famous for their Tabasco sauce is helping to conserve wetlands the idea along Avery island is to protect the region from hurricanes and floods we've been making Tabasco sauce here four four hundred fifty two years Harold took Osborn is CEO of mackel Haney company Roshen fight there is in the marshlands it works well in south Louisiana we like a slow pace at which we can slow things down it has a really positive affect plant manager heath Romero says the strategy is to grow grass forms a barrier so it catches the sentiment behind it you get the other grasses that take off and as it builds up you know you reclaim March Osborne says the effort is probably a standoff but Avery island is slowly rising I'm a Donahue
"c. romero" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts
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"c. romero" Discussed on EDMlivesets & Podcasts
"Take you so much mauvais spread to dominate. Everything started frowning castle in use latte right ladies. thank you. Thank you News ninety nine a so strong field hours your notion man. I was from something more net to wake up next to you God enjoy time keeps fading drought this the dog list. China county fun. Scream free Pre you a week jordan. Nobody not Used to be the one to make it feel that way one to set you free. Make the senate. Today is really a combination of things that i recently made. A new project called molecule. That is more like a deeper side of me. It's gonna hold collaboration with people that inspire me like team interim bad so it's really a combination. You can see it as like a mega mix of all different kinds of memories that i have including all the new songs report again doc. I.
Record Label Quality Control invests in XSET, more closely linking music and gaming
"Minute for me Sports Network exit in Esports organization founded by three former FaZe Clan execs and Mark Romero has continued to expand since it was founded this past summer. I've had the four Founders on the E Sports Network podcast split across two episodes. I think they have a unique vision for the org one big focus of theirs is the crossover with the music world LED primarily by DJ Clinton Sparks One of the founders yesterday that music crossover went to another level as exit received an investment from quality control a leading record label quality control or QC is a record label primarily foam on rap with major artists like Migos Lil. Yachty cardi B and the baby on its roster we've seen a lot more artists get involved with these Sports in the past years Drake is an investor in 100 thieves rektglobal has quite a few dead. Is this investors and energy has Jennifer Lopez through our connection with a rod among other celebrities even some of these artists including offset and Lil yachty are part of e Sports organizations as a sports organizations continue to focus on becoming hubs of digital culture musicians and record labels have another benefit to work specifically they can help streamers and players get around dmca takedown. This is a huge issue for streamers being demonetized when they play music on their streams, theoretically by partnering with this record
Grocery associations file lawsuit against Burien, south of Seattle, to stop COVID-19 hazard pay
"Lawsuit over hazard pay for grocery workers during the pandemic. This time in Burian come Oh Soo Romero as more the Northwest Grocery Association and the Washington Food Industry Association have filed a lawsuit against the city of Burian over an ordinance that requires large grocery stores to pay their employees an extra $5 an hour for hazard pay. In a statement, the grocery association says the new law doesn't do anything to make workers safer and that the governor should prioritize vaccinations for essential workers instead. The industry groups are also suing the city of Seattle for its $4 an hour hazard pay mandate, which was adopted last month.
Grocery associations file lawsuit against Burien to stop COVID-19 hazard pay
"Pay for grocery workers during the pandemic, this time in Burian, Here's com O Seu Romero, the Northwest Grocery Association and the Washington Food Industry Association have filed a lawsuit against the city of Burian over an ordinance that requires large grocery stores to pay their employees an extra $5 an hour for hazard pay. In a statement, the grocery association says the new law doesn't do anything to make workers safer and that the governor should prioritize vaccinations for essential work. Instead, The industry groups are also suing the city of Seattle for its $4 an hour hazard Pay mandate, which was adopted last month. Sue Romero come Oh news. We know millions of
QFC to close two Seattle stores, blames city's new $4 hazard pay law
"And bullying. That's what one Labor Union calls QFC decision to close two stores after Seattle required hazard pay for workers during the pandemic. Com O Seu Romero has the story If any, Sanders with KFC says the mandate that certain grocers pay an extra $4 an hour accelerated their decision to close to underperforming stores in Seattle on 15th Avenue on Capitol Hill and 35th Avenue in which would we're doing our best to really provide for our associates and Provide the things they need. So they have been getting appreciation paid and bonuses and rewards of since March. Sara Charon is with the union local 21 representing grocery workers. Kroger's intent seems perfectly clear. They are announcing these closings to try to intimidate any other local communities from passing hazard pay. She testified before the King County Council, which is following Seattle and considering requiring groceries to pay workers extra hazard pay. Sue Romero, come on use gentle council member, Theresa Mosqueda released a statement about the store closures, calling the move disappointing, adding quote Grocery workers have had to cover emergency shifts, pick up extra responsibilities and are five times more likely to contract Cove. It she went on to say these workers should not be pawns in a game of chess.
Anzu's Plan to Evolve In-Game Advertising with CEO Itamar Benedy
"Any of these Sports networks other properties on this episode of the E Sports Network podcast for bringing back a gasp from about a year ago wage a little more bonetti. He's the co-founder and CEO of on zoo in a more. Welcome back to the Shelf. Hey meets great to be here tomorrow is on the show back in February of 2020 where we discussed the growth of in-game advertising age people who miss that show or too many of our new listeners since then on to his a platform that makes it easier for braids to get into video game worlds and for developers to open up more potential White spaces in their games for Grants Pass. I'll do is work with Publishers like Ubisoft at lide Castle to deliver Brayden moments for major. It's like Samsung Pepsi American Eagle and many more Esports. We've seen it gave ads take Auto larger role especially patiently League of Legends open up space in summoner's Rift and it was filled by MasterCard an Alienware among other partners and just this morning as a record this on Wednesday, February 10th, 2021 rocket League announced that Ford is going to take over there it gave Billboards for the upcoming which are major on zoo also had a big adults with this what the platform recently raised nine million dollars in additional capital in around Kool-Aid buyback Fetchers and hbse Ventures. There is participation by plenty more investors, of course, including Mark Merrill, one of the two founders of Riot games, this follows two other funny raises of three and five million. So in Mark Gratz of the race, first of all, what are the plans for this capital? Yeah, thank you Mitch. So as you said we raised 9 million dollars beatcraft is one of our previous investors are still leading gaming Esports v c. B c is a new VC which comes from the sport world and a lot of touchpoints around gaming and then other investors are wpp the biggest advertising group in the world, which is also like in the existing investor and Sony Innovation fund, you know, Sony is one of the biggest gaming groups in the world and the owner of PlayStation. So that's a privilege to have them on board Mark Romero the founder and chairman of road games on League of Legends. As you mentioned didn't call ins the founder and CEO of super awesome that recently got acquired by epic games and the Chicago Cubs. Yeah, the baseball team go Ventures and gainesville's and illumine Adventures. So a very crowded and exciting structure of invest investors to have on board. I'm a Cardinals fan so we'll let the dog So invested things slide, I guess but grats on all the different people who came together you mentioned before we started recording you were in the position that every founder kind of hopes. They find themselves in which is we have a few people. We have a different options for Capital so we can pick the people that make the most strategic sense for us going forward. What did you find from the mobile the different investors? What were you looking for? Especially as guiding parts of the company to push it Forward? Sure. So I mean, you know what this round was not about it was not about as fast as we could have fine as it like very very fast as what it was about bringing the best structure. Number one number two, it was about, you know to maximize shareholder value. We could raise almost double the amount but we didn't want to make sense. This is the amount of cash we need for next stage Rose and then in the future if it's a year from now or two years from now we can do another round off. For that makes sense. So we were not looking at at you know, these things it was more about we have a lot of confidence in him. Advertising is going to become a major business model for game divorce across all platforms, through PC Mobile and an important ads category four Brands media agencies and the ESPYs and and the question is how fast can that happen or more sneaking about big Brands big Publishers not easy companies to convince them to do something new. So when we meet partners that can help us to make this happen faster than wages. Are we get excited one form to partner is again investment one is a strategic partnership and they can elaborate more of some of the Partnerships we have in place and some of them is people who join our team. So that was what was guiding us and looking at the different, you know buckets of we are investors came from there is some you know, some like VCS and financial institutions. There is advertising and groups. There is game. Groups and there is a sports organizations that have a lot of touch point in going to become an important overlap in my opinion the next two years. And of course there is like with the values that we want to group represents and communicate us companies gauges as the leading investor for equal opportunity and Which choice for us an important to him and announcement to basically said if the world that was how we were looking at it that's a great place to be at
Investigators in Dallas area still picking up pieces of 135-car pileup that killed six people
"Yesterday's deadly multi vehicle pileup in Fort Worth has many looking for answers. Charity. McCurdy has the details. Fort Worth State representative Ramon Romero plans to call for hearings in Austin to question North Parent Express Mobility Partners, The company that maintains that stretch of I 35 was to see if the toll Road was pre treated with the de icing agent as claim prior to the chain reaction crash stretching a mile long involving 133 vehicles that killed six and injured over 100, others. In addition to probing the exact cause of the tragedy, he wants to know if weather warnings were clearly issued beforehand. The Fort Worth Fire Department said its investigation and part would look into how the road was treated. Charity. McCurdy NEWS Radio 1200 W
City of Seattle wants to vaccinate more than 1 million adults
"Gentle city and health leaders released their plan to vaccinate residents for covert 19, but they still face one big challenge. Com O Seu Romero explained. The City Council heard a comprehensive plan from Seattle King County Public Health and the mayor's office. Health director Patty Hayes says we need to vaccinate 1.26 million adults to potentially reach herd immunity. But the biggest problem is still the limited number of doses they get from the federal government. Our supply and King County. Of vaccine demand far out seeds the supply, according to the mayor's office. In reality, they've only had about 160,000 doses a month available to residents, and at that rate, it could be spring or even summer before they're close to their vaccination goals, Hayes says. When they do get more supplies, neighborhood pharmacies will be key to reaching
Chile Police Shooting of Street Juggler Leads to Protests
"Protests have taken place and several Chilean cities against the shooting of a street performer by police. The juggler Francisco Romero was shot on Friday during a police identity check in the lakeside resort of Panga ple. His death prompted street protests in which several buildings were set on fire. The officer involved in the shooting has been
Nordstrom to move out of one downtown Seattle office tower
"Is leaving the downtown Seattle office building that's been its headquarters for 20 years. Como's Who Romero with more in a statement, Nordstrom says the covert 19 pandemic has pushed the company to learn how to quote effectively manage a remote corporate workforce and therefore has decided not to extend its lease on the office tower at seventh and Olive, Nordstrom says. Instead, it'll make use of 700,000 square feet at two of its other corporate office buildings in downtown Seattle. The decision does not affect operations at the flagship. Words from store at sixth and Pine Sue Romero CAMO NEWS
Data breach compromised info of 1M-plus who sought benefits
"And Social security numbers of more than a million people who filed unemployment claims last year. They've been exposed in a cyber attack of several state offices come Oh Soo Romero has the latest state auditor's office says it was notified in January about unauthorized access to about 1.6 million unemployment claims in December, which could include driver's license numbers, bank information and workplaces. The massive breach affected the employment Security Department, but state auditor Pat McCarthy says that office did nothing wrong. Breach involves a third party provider, called X Selling on this incident involves a large amount of VSD data on individuals. And I know Washington watch Etonians are frustrated and this will add to their frustration, she says. The breach also involves the Department of Children, Youth and Families and some two dozen other state agencies.
2 Seattle officers on leave after reports they were in Washington DC during US Capitol riots Wednesday
"Officers who were in Washington D. C when rioters stormed the U. S. Capitol did anything illegal com O Seu Romero as more if Adrian DEA says he put the officers on leave Friday night after another employee showed him a social media picture of the officers, But DS wants to clarify it was not a parent. Exactly where the photo was taken. Or if those in the photo took any apart any part in attacking the U. S Capitol. He says his actions to place them on leave were a precaution and that the Office of Police Accountability will determine whether the officers violated any police department policies. But if any SPD employees participated directly and assaulting the U. S Capitol Will terminate them. DEA says he does support lawful expressions of freedom of speech, such as officers attending demonstrations on their own time soon. Romero camo news state lawmakers have
Space Needle cancels New Year's Eve fireworks for 2021; will go virtual instead amid COVID-19
"No fireworks at the Space Needle for New Year's Eve. Another tradition put on hold by the pandemic, but come Oh Soo Romero tells us you could still celebrate with a light show Cove in 19 has caused the cancelation of all the New Year's Eve festivities at Seattle Center this year activities that MO pop, the Pacific Science Center and the annual fireworks, But Seattle Center's Deborah Doused says people can still bring in the new year with a digital show at midnight movie up in the warmth and comfort of their own homes, and, um, you know Sure in the New year's in front of their digital device or their TV screen and watch a really, really cool light show. She encourages people not to show up in person at the Space Needle on New Year's Eve. The only thing they'll see is it lit up in pink as T Mobile is still sponsoring the virtual New Year's Eve at
"c. romero" Discussed on KOMO
"Oh Soo Romero has more federal judge blocked an attempt by the Trump Administration to reject new doctor applications. Reduce the time for renewals and also significantly restrict current recipients known as dreamers from traveling outside the U. S. State Attorney General Bob Ferguson says the decision affects about 18,000 recipients in Washington. Dreamers were allowed status to be here in the United States legally in bells, of course. Extremely important, Otherwise they're exposed to deportation back country they don't even know. The decision comes after the acting secretary of the Department of Homeland Security Chad Wolf, sought to put those limits on DACA while he decided whether to fully risen the program that followed a U. S. Supreme Court decision in June that declared President Trump's attempt to rescind DACA unlawful. C. Romero camo news pharmaceutical company Moderna says it's Corona virus vaccine. Maybe nearly 95% Effective co Most Charlie Harder talked to local researchers about this promising development. This comes a week after Pfizer announced it had a 90% effective candidate. Dr. Peter Gilbert, who leads the biostatistics scene for the clinical trials program at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, says this is a promising development. I am feeling optimistic. Like I tell my kids that I'm now feeling bullish. They are going back to school involved 2021. So Dr Rodney Ho is a professor at the University of Washington School of Pharmacy. I asked him if taking two different vaccines would be even better. So, yes, they are some discussions about if one of them doesn't work Can we do a combination or studies need to be done? Oh, and Gilbert say the big question is, How long will the vaccines provide Protection? Charlie Harder Come O'Neill's..
"c. romero" Discussed on Marketing By Topic Podcast
"So they both entered the customer's always right to give that customer reassurance and make them special and raise them up. That's like the customer knows everything right and in our businesses and typically the case and then you have the complete opposite which is the client knows nothing the customer knows nothing. We're going to handle this for them. They want to figure out how complex this is. They don't figure out the process. They know nothing and this is a massive two different ways to approach a buyer and and their journey I feel like neither is correct in the middle is correct that you invest in your customer and your customer invests in you there needs to be Especially for small businesses a revenue relationship you are in it for the long game and if they're investing in you what you're selling what other services or products it's it's a give-and-take kind of thing. Just like any relationship. You don't just start on the first date and then asked to get married, you know, it's a it's a dating process and choice. If you switch your mindset in your business to have Revenue relationships to have this where the buyer isn't just a one transactional thing. They come to the website. They buy the thing they going away if you look at it as like it's an ongoing thing. Then when the buyer comes to your site, you're not pissed off they didn't buy within the first month because you're framing is completely different and you're saying well that customer can take six months to get know me that customer can take eight months because once they buy they're going to stick around and and we'll be serving them year after year year. That's what woke. Bring Revenue was all about it doesn't just happen. They have to build trust in you to invest in you and by the time you're investing in them by continuing to create products and services that continually meet their needs. So I find small businesses really succeed when they switch to that concept of saying all right, you know, I'm not expecting them to just jump on the bandwagon the second I have the sale sign out. I'm going to let them get know me and I'm going to nurse that relationship. I'm going to support that relationship. And for that reason it's going to be a business office to last year's, you know, we're building something that's going to last a long time I have and I'm glad you mentioned that as well cuz I even find there are some websites that are jump on and and they they don't do get me. I'm engaged in the story. They're speaking to me is you know, a potential buyer of their service, but then it seems like I can't log Back with them and it's very like, oh I have to actually leave this website and come back when I'm ready and you've mentioned email before and I'm really curious to know your thoughts on which which of the best Integrations for a website for a website and which Integrations do you encourage so when someone comes to me for the first time and they had not really done any type of email marketing the easiest solution to jump into is MailChimp because it's typically a low barrier of Entry. It's.
"c. romero" Discussed on Marketing By Topic Podcast
"So they're coming to your site is like a hero in a story looking for an adventure looking to solve a problem. And if you can address that problem and it is all about them. Then you're going to keep them on that page as they try to figure out how you're going to solve that problem for them so that wage The first thing you want right now in this particular climate with this trend is your landing on a page and you're seeing typically some kind of statement up front and center home usually lot larger letters than the rest of the website. Yeah states to them. Why they're they're Why Should I stick around a visual? Some background video has been very popular recently us, you know, slideshows have kind of proven to get our kind of dated now that may change and so they see that big statement up in front and center. What is thought, you know, you're recognizing their coming to the site for what's the problem you're going to offer the solution and as they begin to scroll down you unfurl that statement a little bit more you kind of break it open and every website in the home page needs a call to action kind of like a hero in story. They need to set out on the adventure I think in dog Fighters blinking on the name of the book but it's on a writer's Journey. It's like crossing the threshold they call it crossing the threshold into the journey. That's your call to action. So it really can't be by faith now cuz sometimes it just that's that's like the end of the journey right so it could be like opt in to get a resource that will help you decide to buy now or you know, we can entice you in many other different ways to to get that started..
"c. romero" Discussed on KOMO
"Coming up on komo news state leaders raising new concerns about the spread of corona virus I'm Charlie Parker with the story I'm C. Romero king county taking up proposed changes for its sheriff's department and the office that oversees from A. B. C. news I'm Richard cancer calling it rife with classified information the administration sued to stop publication of fire national security adviser John Bolton's tell all book the publisher says there's nothing classified in it just embarrassing to the president at the same time the man heading that justice department arm quick the justice department's civil division head Jody hug will resign next month the announcement coming as his department asked the court to stop John Bolton's book until the president can be sure it has no classified material it's unclear vat and the resignation is connected Jody hug was Jeff sessions chief of staff and he took the famous no to the president learning about the Muller investigation and said my god this is terrible my presidency is over ABC's Andy field in signing an executive order encouraging police reform the president made no mention of the national debate over race relations civil rights attorney Lee Merritt says the order fall short but the president did recognize racism in law enforcement action specifically uses words along three of the African American community the star attorneys in Tulsa sued the management of the venue for the president's campaign rally on Saturday Clark Brewster demanding management mandate face coverings and have to hustle deciding function such a collection of people in such tight quarters would result in a super spreader a van that would spread the covert virus potentially across the northeastern part of Oklahoma in other places where attendees travel despite record numbers of cases in Florida governor Ron DeSantis said phase two re opening will stay on track you have to have society function you have to be able to have a cohesive society that's the best way to be able to deal with the impacts of the virus he says expanded testing and a few clusters among migrant farm worker populations are behind the rising numbers you're listening to ABC news the IRS finally caught up with Louis I haven't paid my taxes in eight years R. O. D. R. as a lot of money Louis was in deep trouble we're gonna take your house put a lien.
"c. romero" Discussed on KOMO
"On the way I'm C. Romero with reaction from local law enforcement agencies to the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis at the apparent hands of police ABC news I'm Terry all the earth there is a heavy police presence tonight in Minnesota's Twin Cities and in others across the nation where at times violent protests have taken place over the past few nights demonstrators are angry over the death of George Floyd while in custody of four Minneapolis police officers a curfew taking affected eight PM local time in the Twin Cities well in places like protest already under way there are also demonstrations in places like Denver Washington DC and Columbus Ohio as well as in Minneapolis one of the four officers involved now facing murder charges your point says officer Derek shop it wasn't the first officer on the scene during the arrest of George Floyd he pulled up later when he had Floyd on the ground he placed his knee on the back of his neck for eight minutes and forty two seconds at one point officer Thomas lane asked if he should be rolled onto his side officer shopping replied no staying put where we got it the autopsy revealed no traumatic asphyxia or strangulation but did say the combined effects of Floyd being restrained by police and his coronary artery disease and hypertension contributed to his death Ribeiro A. B. C. news Minneapolis president trump says he spoke to the Floyd family today he was also asked why he tweeted quote when the looting starts the shooting starts in response to the protests I don't know where it came from I don't know where it originated I would know a thing like that but I will say is very accurate in the sense that when you do have a looting like you had last night people often get shot and they die and that's not good we don't want that to happen well the phrase was first made by a White Miami police chief during the civil rights era and it is considered by many to be a racially charged statement Washington state is among the latest places to lift covert nineteen restrictions today governor Jay Inslee said the stay at home stay healthy order will expire as millennial at the komo news desk and we never going to join Dow Constantine will update us on king county and the possibilities of moving into phase two of the opening that we announce to the region that the first confirmed outbreak in the US of coronavirus have been discovered right here in king county no over those three months more than five hundred forty families in this county have lost mothers and fathers brothers sisters loved ones too many lives cut short over the course of the pandemic thousands of our fellow Washingtonians have been hospitalized more than twenty thousand people have tested positive in early on we knew that while we wait for a cure it would be incumbent on all of us to do our part to stop the spread of the scorch so this early days we we acted swiftly and decisively to ask people in our community individuals businesses to do their part to stem the tide of the virus to help lighten her and in response yeah the community aha you reports have suggested that the efforts of the people king county to.
"c. romero" Discussed on At Liberty
"Or our values in our goals largely have not changed would changes with us the opportunity to make progress or to convince individuals who are otherwise not convinced with us the ability. Now to go to a judge or governor and say really. What's the point of having all these geriatric prisoners incarcerated even in the best of times? And what really is the point right? Now if we're GONNA put them in harm's way during a pandemic so I think it allows us to have a new way to of make some of the same arguments I think the organization obviously needs to kind of evolve and grow over time so I think they had to. Really kind of be very vigilant and mindful as we go forward. The privacy issues are hugely important. You know there's been this push to develop these new technologies these new technology based APPS that allow for contact tracing and sure that's an essential part of being able to reopen society in being able to kind of flat curve on the pandemic is being with attract individuals with whom covid positive person. Who's been in touch but he also spells out great concerns for us. I mean it's kind of it's like the mall of cocktail of civil liberties nightmare. It's personal information on these smartphones. It tied to government databases and could be broadcast to members of the public. So you WANNA make sure you're doing right. You want to make sure that it's voluntary. We WanNa make sure that people are not forced into releasing their private health information. You want to make sure it's time related that when cove in nineteen is gone that we Kinda do away with surveillance procedures and you WanNa make sure that it is effective that is actually helping not just creating a whole bunch of false hopes and false positives or false negatives that is actually helping in fighting the pandemic all. Those questions are ones that we've asked in a series of white papers we've released on these technology and so we've been trying to be proactive and and helpful and constructive even as we raise the concerns about what's playing out. It seems like the urgency. Especially if those privacy concerns is only gonNA INCREASE IN THE COMING MONTHS SAYS. These tools are developed. We spoke with my colleague. Jennifer Gran Anchen our board number. Michelle Goodwin about this issue on a recent episode..
"c. romero" Discussed on At Liberty
"You've had the governor also. Republican can do some very serious release of people who've been incarcerated. And that's been great. You know literally drafting executive. Orders literally putting pressure on government officials little getting up in the in the grill of elected officials and of prison officials. And I think it's been critically important and then try to move the hearts and minds of the American public. There was an ad that we ran on Easter Sunday. There was a bit unorthodox. Actually quoting from Matthew Twenty five from the New Testament the Matthew Gospel. When I was sick you visited me when I was hungry. You Fed me when I was in jail. You visited me and we did this ad with Union theological seminary and interesting stories. Apparently the governor Oklahoma streamed that add the morning in kind of Covid covid nineteen permission meeting the morning of the day when he signed this release order letting a lot of people out of jail in Oklahoma. So it's important to us all the advocacy you can then. We filed forty seven some odd lawsuits against prisons and jails to get people out and to different degrees of success but really important to try similar work with immigrant detention centers. I think there have been forty. One lawsuits filed against immigrant detention centres. All in our covid docket which we didn't have nine weeks ago stands at one hundred and thirteen legal actions as of today. It's pretty amazing right. So they're in four different buckets around criminal justice immigrant rights reprint rights and voting rights. So I'm really proud of the legal work we're doing because literally does leave. Legal work can mean the difference between life or death from the people that we're bringing these lawsuits you mentioned to work on detention in jails and immigration detention but but the other areas you mentioned are also critically important at this time voting rights and reproductive rights. Yeah so voting. Rights is a kind of a clear extension that you know at a time when you were in the middle of this. Frothy election season. The primaries are happening across the country or have happened in the general election. November twenty twenty and it is critical that people be allowed to cast their vote and not be forced to risk their lives as they cast their vote. We saw other craziness that played out in Wisconsin for instance when the governor there was not allowing vote by mail or absentee ballots and so literally. We've been.
"c. romero" Discussed on KOMO
"Still trying to determine the cause C. Romero como news civil trial gets underway tomorrow at the side of the state bar of social and health services could have done more to save the lives of Charlie and Braden Powell they were murdered by their father Josh Powell in two thousand twelve he killed the boys then set his Pierce county home on fire during a state supervised visit the boy's mother Susan **** pal vanished three years earlier and Josh was suspected in her disappearance her parents now suing saying the state ignored red flags about Josh mother in Pierce county says she can't believe how close she came to being part of what detectives call a baby napping plot Comiskey they'll reports her baby was born the day the accused woman was arrested from she's Victoria Morris is holding her baby girl that's Jocelyn through quiet born on Valentine's day she says she couldn't wait to tell Julie at Parker who took pregnancy photos Victoria for free saying it was part of winning a photography contest and the follow up would be photos when the baby was born message and I was like I had the baby when did you want to come out and woke up again around like six o'clock in the morning I was going to Facebook in this life as she'd been arrested shares detectives say Parker and her sixteen year old daughter Houston a failed baby napping attempt by drugging another Pierce county mother started crying and panicking services a dozen mothers to come forward with similar stories of having Parker in their homes taking photographs come morning update now on an idol mom with two missing kids there are reports Laurie Val our and her new husband Chad day bell have left the island of koh Y. in Hawaii balance seven and seventeen year olds have been missing since September the court had ordered her to bring the kids to authorities night a whole last month the valid never did children's grandfather Larry would **** talk to Good Morning America a couple weeks ago ever since she's been involved in this doomsday call that is not the same Laurie that we knew for thirteen years now on the day bell were last seen heading on a flight to Maui after a sexual assault survivors will often had to the hospital where they believe a nurse will administer tests and to preserve evidence come was Charlie harder tells us there's a shortage of hospitals were testing can be performed testifying to the state Senate one victim described in during an assault in twenty fourteen them heading to the hospital walked and I told them what had happened they shrugged their shoulders and said we don't do raise kids here Seattle times reporters nurses need to take certain classes for the procedure and harbor view is the only facility that is certified in the state to offer the classes and it's difficult for nurses on the east side of the state to go there so the state legislatures now considering a proposal to have the medical school at Washington State University offer the classes as well Charlie Herger como news or in.
"c. romero" Discussed on KOMO
"On fire arson investigators still trying to determine the cause C. Romero como news a civil trial gets underway tomorrow to the side of the state department's social and health services could have done more to save the lives of Charlie and Braden Powell they were murdered by their father Josh Powell in two thousand twelve he killed the boys then set his ears county home on fire during his state supervised visits the boy's mother Susan **** pal vanished three years earlier and Josh was suspected in her disappearance her parents are now suing saying the state ignored red flags about Josh mother in Pierce county says she can't believe how close she came to being part of what detectives call a baby napping plot Comiskey's Eldred reports her baby was born the day the accused woman was arrested from she's Victoria Morris is holding her baby girl that's Jocelyn through quiet born on Valentine's day she says she couldn't wait to tell Julie at Parker who took pregnancy photos Victoria for free saying it was part of winning a photography contest and the follow up would be photos when the baby was born message and I was like I had the baby when did you want to come out and woke up again around like six o'clock in the morning I was going to Facebook in this life as she'd been arrested shares detective say Parker and her sixteen year old daughter Houston a failed maybe napping attempt by drugging another Pierce county mother started crying and panicking sure services a dozen mothers come forward with similar stories of having Parker in their homes taking photographs come morning no date now the Idaho mom with two missing kids are reports Laurie Vellala her new husband Chad day bell have left the island of koh Y. in Hawaii allows seven seventeen year old have been missing since September a court had ordered her to bring the kids to authorities night a whole last month but the law never did the children's grandfather Larry would **** talk to Good Morning America a couple weeks ago ever since she's been involved in this doomsday call that is not the same Laurie that we knew for thirteen years following day bell were last seen heading on a flight to Molly national study on racial disparities in education shows some of the largest gaps in discipline and gifted programs are in Seattle public schools researchers look at data from nearly nineteen hundred districts and found that black students in Seattle are twice as likely as white students to be suspended all white kids are more than twice as likely to be enrolled in Advanced Placement programs that put Seattle among ten districts nationwide with the biggest black white student divide in gifted programs in among the top twenty percent of districts for discipline among those student groups work published in the American educational research journal after sexual assault survivors loft and head to the hospital where they believe the nurse will administer tests and preserve evidence calls Charlie harder tells us there's a shortage of hospitals were testing can be performed as replying to the state Senate one victim described in during an assault in twenty fourteen them heading to the hospital walked and I told them what had happened they shrugged their shoulders and said we don't do rate kids here Seattle times reporters nurses need to take certain classes for the procedure and harbor view is the only facility that is certified in the state to offer the classes it is difficult for nurses on the east side of the state to go there so the state legislatures now considering a proposal to have the medical school at Washington State University offer the classes as well Charlie Herger como news all news time nine forty in for the Harley exterior sports desk here's Taylor Vance ice in front of a crowd of nearly thirty thousand the XFL Seattle dragons come away with a win in their first home game seventeen two nine over Tampa Bay the troubling trend for you dub men's basketball that continues they lost their eighth game in a row this time against UCLA this is coach Mike Hopkins we look at it for over.