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California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan To Incentivize Schools To Reopen, Lawmakers Say Not Enough To Get Schools to Re-Open

The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal

00:42 sec | Last month

California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan To Incentivize Schools To Reopen, Lawmakers Say Not Enough To Get Schools to Re-Open

"California schools the beginning more funding if they choose to reopen for in person instruction. But Senator Brian Jones says new legislation approved today provides the monetary support for schools but doesn't mandate any actions to get him open. While it's billions of dollars available to local school district, there's nothing in the bill that actually requires the school districts districts to reopen a sum of money. Mark Levine says. Everyone wants schools open, but they need more resource is to do it safely. We've been sent by schools to reopen by providing money that is necessary to make sure that they can follow safety protocols. Even so many lawmakers air worried that's still not enough to get schools open gave because Jensen Raider goes in depth on the debates. It's 6

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Newsom Strikes Deal to Reopen California Schools Amid COVID

Pat Walsh

00:36 sec | Last month

Newsom Strikes Deal to Reopen California Schools Amid COVID

"Good evening. I'm Joe Michael's California state leaders have reached an agreement on a funding package to help reopen schools for in person Learning. Governor Gavin Newsom says $2 billion will go toward grants to incentivize schools to reopen our teachers and our Cafeteria workers are food workers are bus drivers are custodial they want They want the sights and sounds. They want kids back safely in school. Another 4.6 billion will be allocated to help make up for lost learning time that happened during the pandemic and provide flexibility for schools. Governor Newsome says the goal is to bring back transitional kindergarten through second grade students by the

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The Legacy of Trauma: Can Experiences Leave A Biological Imprint?

Short Wave

04:02 min | Last month

The Legacy of Trauma: Can Experiences Leave A Biological Imprint?

"Okay so we are talking about epa genetic. Stay where do we start areola. Well we gotta go back to the basics genetics minus the abbey part so most of the time when we think of genetic changes. We think about dna mutations be squeezed changes in the actual sequence of dna. Yeah and it turns out. This isn't the whole story. Our dna is covered in small molecules. That tell her body had a use the dna. Brian dies gave me a great metaphor to describe all this. He teaches at the university of southern california school of medicine. So within you. And i is a book of life which is our dna and that dna needs to be read. And if our dna is a book of life than those small molecules i was talking about our punctuation marks and depending on what punctuation is where the book is going to be read very differently. Meaning those markers can amplify or down certain parts of our dna so when we talk about epigenetics were talking about how these molecules around our dna affect our dna is read exactly and we can see this really clearly in different parts of our body. How well every cell in our body has the same blueprint the same dna. But we know that not every cell in our body is the same we don't have. We don't have is growing in our fingertips. Speak for yourself over there so look even though ourselves all have the same dna. The dna is being used differently in different cells. And i'm guessing epigenetics has something to do. Yes our ib genetic markers vary in different parts of our body in the i for example. There's certain markers that say you become an i cell and suppress everything will make you a tooth. And here's the thing. Our environment and behaviors change our genetics. All the time not enough to make peace start growing out of your eyes. I promise but still changing. Yeah and i. I remember learning about this discovery in grad school and it being revolutionary like oh our environment can affect our genetics in real time without actually changing the sequence of our dna at all. Yeah and of course. It's more complicated than that. But this field is a really big deal. It's shown us that different environmental factors like diet and pollution can change our epi genetic markers and now people are trying to figure out if trauma and stress also cause genetic changes and if they do can. These changes be passed down like the dutch hunger study. We talked about earlier right. Yeah among others now look. We can't assume too much from these human studies. They have small sample. Sizes are tons of confounding variables. Right right i mean. Isn't it possible that these descendants are more likely to have these diseases due to social factors. Yes i asked bianca the same question she said. I sure that's a problem with human studies. it's really hard to separate the learned experience from the biological one. It is hard to say that a parent who has starred will now then treat food in the same way apparent who is not starved. And what we're interested in looking at is if we remove the parent from the situation and we just have the sperm cells and the exiles doll the work. Do we still see these changes and one way to start to figure that out is doing animal studies. Right so brian. The scientists who gave us that cool metaphor earlier did some of the first groundbreaking research on this. He basically introduced male mice to a particular smell. And when we exposed the meister smell we administer a very mild foot. Shaw that we i are selves at. We know it's not painful but mildly annoying to the mouse and as a consequence that particular smell becomes stressful to the parental generation.

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California school district's board resigns after unknowingly talking about parents in virtual meeting

Fork Report

00:34 sec | 2 months ago

California school district's board resigns after unknowingly talking about parents in virtual meeting

"Members of the Oakley Union Elementary School District Board of trustees of all resigned after a video showed them making fun of parents who are upset by the district school closures. Ashley Stealth was one of the parents who demanded they resigned. Unfortunately, the damage has been done. The actions were made and at this point we need tol Azaz. Parents. We need to take action for our Children's future. It happened before a virtual school board meeting in Northern California Wednesday. The board members thought the meeting was private, but then realized it was open to the

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California School Board Members Caught Disparaging Parents on Accidental Zoom Broadcast

Pat Walsh

02:35 min | 2 months ago

California School Board Members Caught Disparaging Parents on Accidental Zoom Broadcast

"This is members of the Oakley Union Elementary School district on the board of trustees. They were using some Well, you guys can hear it if you'd like me to play the audio clip, But they were referring to the parents and talking about the parents and the teachers and, well, you know what Pat? They thought that it was private. They didn't realize that it was public. Okay, so it's It's gone viral all throughout the day, and I can play that here. If you guys would like to hear it. If anybody's missed it, I want to know what all the hubbub is about. I've missed it. And besides, this is one of the reasons it's when the only chances I never get to use the word hubbub. And now I've used it three times. So Wow, that's used up my my yearly supply on that word, So OK, so I will start the audio clip here for you, okay? Oh, okay. My understanding is it's set up like you just leave a message and it But it will only allow me to leave a three minute message from start to finish. Okay, so just goes and then it just You know, captures it and then Then goes. Mm mm. Oh, boy. You know what can I was just thinking came up. I was just thinking about it now. Just to encourage you. Yeah. Stop drinking the hide behind the screen and put it in. But we saw you smoking a joint your face to face with people. It's a whole shipment. It's a little different ball game. You know what's funny is that she's friends with which is a little store and They were supposed to be a special media. Someone else does it. It's like whatever. I wasn't doing anything bad, I could I really, honestly don't care about that part, but you know what? Are we alone? Yes. Yeah. If you're gonna call me out, I'm gonna you up party. That's just me. No, they forget that there's real people on the other side of this. Those letters that they're writing. Yes. What a real community members. We have kids or have known kids that I've gone to these schools right? Haven't invested interest in this process. Yeah. Those were board member school board members. All right, Yeah, And so they're so they're woke, then write. The superintendent of the Oakley Union Elementary School District has apologized for the conduct of the board members and the head of the school board has resigned. And there are have been calls for the rest of the board members to do

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Southern California Schools Using Vending Machines To Dispense COVID-19 Tests To Students, Employees

Geek News Central

00:46 sec | 3 months ago

Southern California Schools Using Vending Machines To Dispense COVID-19 Tests To Students, Employees

"Well california university makes getting your kobe tests as easy as grabbing a candy bar. Vending machines are now grown. Attest as well you can just pay the money and get a coronavirus test. What does it cost me see here. As the university's return to load program free kits were self administration. Cove in nineteen tests are available through vending machines. Eleven occasions machines look like a regular stack machine but contain individually packed nasal tests rather than potato chips or hershey bars. There's a process to using the tests. The tests have barcodes at work with a uc san diego app. The university asked students and employs returned. Test within seventy two hours drop boxes next to the machine and destitute as living on campus are coming to campus required a test. weekly

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How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

BrainStuff

04:57 min | 7 months ago

How Have Hispanic Americans Helped Shape the U.S.?

"Brain Steph Lauryn Boban here. Here in the United States, it's Hispanic heritage month, which officially began as Hispanic Heritage Week in nineteen, sixty eight. Unlike many other campaigns that observe and honor the contributions of a particular group of Americans Hispanic heritage bump run throughout. September. But rather starts on September fifteenth and continues through mid. October. So, why does it start in the middle of the month? Well, a Costa Rica El Salvador Guatemala Honduras. Nicaragua. All celebrate their Independence Day on September fifteenth. Mexico's is on September Sixteenth Chili's is September eighteenth and believes independence. Day Is September twenty first. By, stretching into October, the holiday also includes de la Raza on October twelve, which is a kind of rejection of Columbus Day because of Christopher, Columbus's many crimes against humanity and see our episode on Columbus Day for more about that. De la Rosa instead celebrates the melding of Hispanic races or Raza, and cultures. In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, let's talk about three times at Hispanic Americans have changed the course of history. Some three hundred years after Spanish, conquerors became the first non native Americans to view the Mississippi River and later the Grand Canyon one host. Jeff Marianne Hernandez helps smooth transfer of the territory of Florida into US rule Florida was still part of Spain when Hernandez was born in Saint Augustine in seventeen eighty four. But that changed when he was selected to serve in the House of Representatives and was sworn into duty in eighteen, twenty three as the first Hispanic person to serve in. Congress. In historical context Hernandez being a slave owner is a controversial figure. Still. He remains the first one, hundred twenty eight Hispanic people to serve in the. US Congress. Maybe of more relevance today is the first Hispanic senator elected to a full term in Congress. New Mexico's Dennis Shabas in nineteen thirty five. We spoke with Paul Orbits Historian at the University of Florida. He said in addition to being the first American born Hispanic senator. He's critical for the time we live in because he fought on behalf of all working class. Equally, he fought for higher wages legislation he fought for people to have the right to organize a union he fought for more progress and you as foreign policy for Latin America he organized N. Double ACP leaders against Jim Crow Segregation. Then, a Chevette as one of those people we can use Hispanic heritage month to talk about our connection other people's democratic struggles. Today's Congress. The one hundred sixteenth has forty seven members of Hispanic heritage. Hispanic Americans also helped turn the tide of the civil war. Some twenty thousand were involved in the conflict. While some in the southeast sided with the confederacy especially those who came from wealthy families with plantations or other businesses in Louisiana Alabama more supported the union. or it said a lot of Mexican American soldiers fought on the side of the Union army in the southwest and actually helped defeat the confederacy in the southwest. Hispanic people in the West back the Mexican government to and celebrated the country's defeat of the French at the battle of Puebla on May fifth of sixty two single Demayo in a victory that may have helped prevent the French from siding with the confederacy and thus ultimately helping the Union win. A bit more modern only about eight years before the US Supreme Court ruled in Brown versus the Board of Education, that segregation in public schools is unconstitutional as Spanish schoolgirl showed the way. Sylvia Mendez a Puerto Rican and Mexican heritage was just eight years old when she and her brothers were denied enrollment into the white only Westminster School district in Orange County in nineteen, forty three. At the time about eighty percent of California, school districts were segregated. Her Parents Gonzalo. Felicitas Mendez enlisted other parents to fight the decision and they took the school board to court. After appeals that were abandoned short of the US Supreme Court Mendez Versus Westminster became the first successful federal school desegregation case in the nation that was in nineteen, forty seven. The case was important arguing that segregation itself even if schools were separate but equal was harmful unconstitutional under the fourteenth amendment specifically, the clause, the calls for protection of the laws for all citizens. In appeals Sylvia's case was argued by Thurgood Marshall who went on to argue for the

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Most California Schools Unlikely To Open In Fall Under New State Rules

It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders

00:58 sec | 9 months ago

Most California Schools Unlikely To Open In Fall Under New State Rules

"California's governor has issued new rules that could keep public schools across much of the state closed this fall. Kyle Stokes of member station KPCC reports if their toe open counties will have to reverse a surgeon Corona virus Cases. Governor Gavin Newsom says schools cannot open for in person classes if their county Has been on the state's Corona virus monitoring list in the past 14 days. Much of Southern California the Bay Area and Central Valley is currently on that watch list. Here's Newsome. We all prefer. In classroom instructions for all the obvious reasons, but on Ly on ly if it could be done safely. The state's two largest school districts, Los Angeles and San Diego have already announced they'll resume classes next month online on Lee, But the governor's order would override plans like in suburban Orange County to offer some on campus instruction. Start the New Year for NPR News. I'm Kyle

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California schools in counties on COVID-19 watchlist must stay closed, Newsom says

Buck Sexton

00:35 sec | 9 months ago

California schools in counties on COVID-19 watchlist must stay closed, Newsom says

"Mandating that public schools and counties on the monitoring list for rising cases of covert 19 cannot hold in person classes, and he says, all students above second grade and all staff must wear masks in school, Buddy says. In the state of California is simply non negotiable. That schools must underscore must provide meaningful instruction during this pandemic. Whether they are physically opened the schools or not, the guidelines make it unlikely Schools will be opened for in person learning this fall. Texas Allowing public schools to

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Most California Schools Unlikely To Open In Fall Under New State Rules

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

02:11 min | 9 months ago

Most California Schools Unlikely To Open In Fall Under New State Rules

"Parents parents Mind Mind these these days. days. And And in in California California it's it's a a big big day day as as governor governor lays lays out out plans plans for for the the nation's nation's most most populous populous state. state. ABC ABC news news correspondent correspondent Alex Alex Stone Stone joins joins us us What's What's Governor Governor Gavin Gavin Newsom Newsom laying out today again like you know what's interesting, Raking up until now. The governor had not done any statewide mandate head through all of this. He said. He got the every individual school and district and county to figure out what they're going to Dio. But today, he said he needed to take some action because it was just kind of Ah, patchwork of things coming in. And as we talked about earlier this week, Orange County was talking about reopening schools, potentially with no mask mandate with no social distancing. So he said. He had to do it and what he's announcing here. Is it most A majority of California Children will not be going back to school at the beginning of the fall semester. He says that any of the counties that are right now it's 32 by tomorrow, he says. He looks like it'll be 33 or 34 counties that are on California's watch list that includes 80% Of California's population that Stella that's Orange County, San Diego, the San Francisco Bay area, most of it Stacker Menno. Those areas will not be allowed to reopen classrooms because their rates are just too high. But he says that there is going to be live instruction that that will be mandated every day. Not just where kids get assignments. But live instruction on tablets to our computers that mimic a classroom, he says, will be a must. Here's how he put it. We want daily live interaction with teachers and other students. Students connecting appear with other students, teachers. Connecting daily on an interactive frame to advance our distance. Learning upper Yeah, So, Rick, he says with the cove it 19 rates in California too high right down with Barber shop shut down again, and movie theaters and bars and everything else. Indoor malls, he says. With all of that, shut down. We can't send kids back into a classroom and teachers, many of whom are in the high risk category, back in as well, he says. In those right now 32 counties but growing it just is not possible and there will be no in classroom instructions. I know The concern has been by

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California governor announces remote learning for some schools, shuts down bars and indoor dining as COVID-19 cases surge

All Things Considered

00:19 sec | 9 months ago

California governor announces remote learning for some schools, shuts down bars and indoor dining as COVID-19 cases surge

"There was news late today that some large California school systems will start the year with online learning on Lee. Cover. Gavin Newsom, however, stopped short of saying All California schools will remain shuttered. He did extend the closure of bars and indoor dining in the state coronavirus cases have risen 47% in California in the past two

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Every Dog Year Is Not Equal To 7 Human Years, Houston Researchers Now Say

Joe Pags

00:36 sec | 10 months ago

Every Dog Year Is Not Equal To 7 Human Years, Houston Researchers Now Say

"All heard this for many years. One human year equals seven dog years Well, a new study says. That's not true. At the University of Houston School Medicine, University of California School of Medicine. They have debunked the popular way of calculating a dog's age in human years. The study says that dogs reach maturity faster but slowdown in ageing after doing so. The lead author of the study says the 127 year ratio doesn't make sense because a dog can reproduce when it's less than a year old, while a human cannot reproduce at the age of seven

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Los Angeles - California Schools Consider Distance Learning As Continued Alternative

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:49 sec | 11 months ago

Los Angeles - California Schools Consider Distance Learning As Continued Alternative

"Is centers schools will re open in California late this summer or early fall but when they do some things will be different in addition to physical distance saying in the classroom Ellsworth school buildings California school superintendent Tony Thurman Saturday school districts have gotten feedback from some parents who would like the option to continue the distance learning our guidance anticipates that many of our districts are going to be providing a kind of a hybrid model we call it a blended model of educational instruction meaning that there will be some students who will be on campus for in class instruction and then they'll be some students who will continue to participate in distance learning Thurman says he would like to stretch to accommodate that need if they can saying it's one way to deal with the challenge of physical distancing but he says distance learning will not be mandated for schools in

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California Gov. Newsom says schools may restart as soon as late July

America Tonight with Kate Delaney

00:59 sec | 1 year ago

California Gov. Newsom says schools may restart as soon as late July

"California's schools always doing a different thing while some schools are just doing online through for done let's regroup then we go back in the fall California is pondering starting the next school year in July because you know they coronavirus cases topped one million we know that that's there are plans to gradually re opened after this first wave the California governor Gavin Newsom is saying that the state is weeks away from modifying the staying home orders but he does look at public school students envision them making up for lost time to get into the classrooms early in the next academic year so they're talking about July feeling good enough that Hey maybe July is when this will happen so it hasn't officially been said this is what's going to happen but there's lots of conversation about it

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California governor says few if any schools likely to reopen this school year due to virus

All Things Considered

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

California governor says few if any schools likely to reopen this school year due to virus

"California public schools are likely out of session for the rest of the school year governor Gavin Newsom made that somber announcement this afternoon while giving an update on the covert nineteen outbreak I would plan and assume that it's unlikely that many of these schools few if any I will open up before the summer break USM's nearly ninety nine says nearly ninety nine percent of California schools have closed because of the virus that amounts to more than six million kids whenever they finally returned to the classroom the governor says pending a federal waiver students will not have to take the usual state

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Proposition 13: Vote on $15 billion California school upgrade bond remains too close to call

Morning Edition

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Proposition 13: Vote on $15 billion California school upgrade bond remains too close to call

"And the proposition thirteen California's fifteen billion dollar school repair bond is still trailing by double digits fifty five to forty four percent both supporters and opponents expect those results will triton as more about votes are tallied up prop thirteen would pay for upgrades A. K. through twelve schools colleges and universities supporters of the measure believe as many as five million more votes are left to count and that most are from Democrats who are more likely to favor the

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los Angeles: California Lottery Owes Public Education $36 Million

The KFBK Morning News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

los Angeles: California Lottery Owes Public Education $36 Million

"This morning officials at the California state lottery are accused of short changing California schools thirty six million dollars a new audit confirms that lottery revenue increased significantly bought their funding for education did not Republican senator ling ling Chang requested the audit I actually leave it is even more because there is a problem with the procurement process so every every dollar wasted is a dollar that's not going to education the California state auditor's office says the lottery must pay the money to the schools that they kept for

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California may pause student fitness tests because of bullying

The KFBK Morning News

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

California may pause student fitness tests because of bullying

"Governor Gavin Newsom wants to end a fitness testing program in California schools for the next three years he's blaming bullying and body shaming care Piquet's Jordan Christmas reports new sim is calling out the physical fitness testing program as bullying and discrimination same these tests we to body shaming the fitness Graham program has been a part of California's physical education curriculum since nineteen ninety six in order to determine the fitness level of students based on six categories of physical testing Newsome is trying to put this program on pause for three years if the legislation passes it will be put on hold starting in twenty

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"california high school" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"california high school" Discussed on KTRH

"Is expected to draw a crowd of some seventeen thousand people while calling a was doing double doing a couple of shows for inmates at Harris County jail yesterday his wife Kim Kardashian went to Huntsville to visit death row inmate Rodney reed she was with read when he got then word that the eggs execution was stayed a Houston city council seat run off will continue to have a felon on the ballot the Houston Chronicle is reporting that Cynthia Bailey who has a past conviction will remain on the ballot in the December fourteenth collection Bailey finished second in the November fifth election tatarchuk Jackson in a fourteen person race Rene Jefferson Smith for third place finisher sued to remove Bailey from the ballot because of our past conviction yesterday here's county judge refused to remove Bailey from the ballot voters in Louisiana heading to the polls all day today to choose their next governor a near record number of early voters about a half million ballots were cast prior to the polls even opening today that's likely to account for about a third or more of the total vote hard to tell which candidate that could favor the democratic incumbent governor John bel Edwards who has campaigned largely on his record while his Republican challenger meantime at the wrist bone he has vowed to get Louisiana back to its conservative roots that's Casey Stengel reporting from baton Rouge of president trump held three rallies in the state to rally support for responding it's one oh three last night around nine thirty a man was found shot dead in an apartment complex in northeast Houston police investigators say some of the victims wounds were consistent with being run over or dragged by vehicle the investigation is ongoing a Galveston county judges formally declared that the Santa Fe school shooter is incompetent to stand trial he will be treated as a state mental health facility for more than one hundred and twenty days with the goal of restoring his competency so he can stand trial the may twenty eighteen shooting spree at Santa Fe high killed ten people and left thirteen others injured you know this kind of cheese may not be so good for yeah approximately ninety five hundred cases a break stones cottage cheese are being recalled that's because pieces of red plastic and metal may have been accidentally mixed into the product there been six consumer complaints so far but no reports of deaths or injuries the product is distributed by Kraft Heinz a food company earlier this year reports surfaced that the company was considering selling the cottage cheese and sour cream product line to help pay down debt markets white fox news and Duncan is ditching the foam cups restaurant chain famous for its coffee and doughnuts is making the transition to new double walled paper cups the company launched the environmentally friendly initiative in twenty eighteen with the goal of eliminating foam cups completely by the end of twenty twenty.

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"california high school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"california high school" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Lassiter about investigations in Ukraine according to people familiar with the testimony David Holmes the political council of the U. S. embassy in Ukraine said president trump was talking so loudly that ambassador Gordon silent had to hold the phone from his ear with trump asking about the investigations house intelligence committee member democratic congressman Eric Swalwell talking to reporters after the testimony about Sunland schedule testimony next week number of accounts have you know told us what the monster songs song and the best thing to do for himself for this investigation and for his duty to the constitution your forthcoming former U. S. ambassador to Ukraine Marie of out of it spoke about why she feels it's important keep politics out of foreign service saying that whether a person works for the CIA the military or the state department they've got to state non partisan obviously the competition of ideas in a democracy with different parties different individuals is hugely important but at the end of the day when we are dealing with other countries it needs to be about what is right for the United States and Roger stone a long time friend and ally of president trump has been found guilty at his trial in federal court in Washington Friday a development in Thursday's high school shooting that left two victims dead in Santa Clarita California the LA county sheriff's department telling us now the shooter who was in critical condition has done that then you'll Burr al turned sixteen years old on Thursday the day he carried out the attack on his high school he was a junior at the end of the shooting he shot himself in the head the sheriff's department saying his mother was at his side when he passed away a motive for his shooting remains unknown that's ABC's Alex stone in Santa Clarita California on Wall Street the S. and P. rose twenty four points the Dow gained two hundred twenty three this is ABC news Sony's news station T. A. R. on air ninety two three FM online KTAR dot com and streaming live on the Katy a our news app your breaking news and traffic it's ten OO to I'm Deborah Dale and here's our top story a twelve year old boy who was hit by a school bus this afternoon outside western sky middle school in good year has died good your police say the boy was transported to a trauma unit where he succumbed to his injuries the bus driver stayed on the scene and police do not suspect any impairment Katie a our eyes on the economy Phoenix metros unemployment rate has dropped a full percentage point in the year down to three point seven percent the area added seventy seven hundred manufacturing jobs over twelve months through October thirty nine months in a row that manufacturing is had really healthy increases that's an aviation automotive Antec parts Phoenix community and economic development Eric J. toll also says Phoenix metro added ninety eight hundred construction jobs mainly in downtown we're starting to see highrises of steel and concrete as opposed to the four and five story buildings that were stick built financial services jobs slightly decreased possibly marking a small recession ahead Peter say more K. T. A. R. news Arizona Republican congressman Paul Gosar talking about his tweets this week that got national attention goes are tells errors on this morning news that the tweets about the impeachment hearings probably caught the attention of those who warn otherwise paying attention to the hearing we kept seeing the recurrence of this means if he didn't kill himself and so as an office we decided okay let's put together twenty three tweets and let's write them in a way that this cryptic message comes out Jeffrey Epstein is the convicted pedophile I'll who was ruled to have killed himself in his New York jail cell last August but some people believe that he was murdered and now from the twenty four hour traffic center the valley Chevy dealers traffic center is a look at the roads we do have a few crashes working one on the I. ten west found at seventh street another on the two oh two east bound add Higley and then watch out for a crash at camelback in.

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"california high school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

06:00 min | 1 year ago

"california high school" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"To repair five bridges along ninety five in the city the department will implement a left lane shift on the any street bridge starting today or I ninety five south only the project is expected to fully wrap up in the spring of twenty twenty two president trump offering condolences to the families and friends of the victim of yesterday's mass shooting at a southern California high school trump tweeted that we pray for the speedy recovery of the wounded at least two students were killed in the shooting at Saugus high school in Santa Clarita several others were injured the gunman was hospitalized in grave condition after shooting himself Ukraine's foreign minister said US ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sandlin did not explicitly lake American military aid to investigation of Democrats that's according to a Ukraine news agency someone was put in charge of overseeing relations with Ukraine he's scheduled to testify publicly in the house impeachment investigation next week Democrats have accused president trump withholding nearly four hundred million dollars in planned military aid to Ukraine while pushing Ukraine's president to watch an investigation of former VP Joe Biden and Biden son hunter a Colorado high school stay closed today after three hundred students and staff fell ill yesterday palisades high school outside of Grand Junction shut down yesterday morning when the problem became apparent because of the oldest hasn't been confirmed but vomiting is the most common symptom a school district spokesman says that makes norovirus the likely suspect parents of students are asked to keep an eye on their children even if they haven't shown symptoms yet school officials plan to reopen the school Monday after deep cleaning from pro Joe's Catherine Greg what island governor general Monday okay is headed to Israel for an economic development mission with her year long stint as the chair of the democratic governors association ending this December second reminders Rhode Island staffed announced yesterday should be leading a group of democratic governors to Israel next week on an economic development and policy mission the delegation will be meeting with policy experts elected officials and entrepreneurs to strengthen their states relationships with the state of Israel and build new partnerships with its business community the trip will take place from November seventeenth to the twenty second the press release said commerce secretary Stephan prior is going with her for a series of economic meetings focused on life sciences bio manufacturing and cyber security these include tours of the IBM alpha zone accelerator and IBM cyber security center of excellence Democrats and Republicans in the house with different perspectives on the impeachment inquiry is open hearings resume today fox's jerit helper and has more from Capitol Hill house speaker Nancy Pelosi says testimony so far about president trump requesting investigations by Ukraine amounts to bribery what is the president has admitted to and says it's perfect I said it's perfectly wrong you ambassador Gordon solemnly will testify next week but top house Republican Kevin McCarthy says only one phone call matters the July conversation between president trump in Ukraine's president we have the transcript it's not what someone thought they heard is not what someone was told fourth hand former ambassador to Ukraine Marie of von of it sh will testify today on Capitol Hill Jr how burn fox news officials say it all took about sixteen seconds four Saugus high school high school students to draw forty five caliber handgun killed two students and injure three more he then reportedly turned his weapon on himself and Wally hasn't been named friends of the queue shooter in southern California the community of Santa Clarita described him as quiet it was also his sixteenth birthday students described the alleged shooter is being on the cross country team but keeping to myself especially after his father died two years ago according to various reports the young man never gave any hint of issues that might suggest trouble as for the victims they haven't been named either there described as a sixteen year old girl and a fourteen year old boy died after being taken to the hospital the survivors include a fifteen year old girl a fourteen year old girl and a fourteen year old boy they were all found in the quiet area of Saugus high school in the morning before classes began the gunmen is said to be in grave condition all schools in the district will be closed today out of respect and while there have been a number of reports about some kind of a warning via social media the night before that's been debunked by officials police say they still have no motive but do not suspect ideology is at play the Senate is rejecting a bill on gun control after vote yesterday the house passed the bill earlier this year requiring universal background checks it would have closed the loophole allowing guns to be bought from private sellers without a background check Connecticut senator Chris Murphy push for the boat and tweeted when one hundred Americans are dying from gun violence every day in action is excusable China has completed its first public test of on Mars lander the test happened yesterday in a mountainous region north of Beijing Chinese officials said the spacecraft Harvard two hundred thirty feet in the air and then descended to just a few feet above the ground China is planning an unnamed exploration mission to Mars next year if successful it would make China only the second country to land on Mars NASA is also planning a Mars mission next year triple a is predicting the highest volume of Americans traveling for thanksgiving this year since two thousand five triple A. expects more than fifty four million people in the country will journey fifty miles or more away from home about five percent more than last year the worst time for driving in the local area will be four to six PM on the Tuesday before thanksgiving I'm for ninety five south of Massachusetts from exit forty one to thirty three according to a travel agency this is.

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"california high school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

12:32 min | 1 year ago

"california high school" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Pretty face and you said I'm a sucker for freckles I'm sorry was that supposed to be private that a private conversation that's fine okay I'm like I don't know unlike a scale of of hot to not where would you place her in line with teri Hatcher which match your B. for both for her at noon we talk about our trending stories those stories are being shared on social media one of the things we are standing by for and will break in as soon as we get it LA county sheriff Alex vino wave is expected to provide an update on the Saugus high school shooting from the Santa Clarita share station scheduled to start about five minutes ago so we'll keep an eye on that you're on that as well and see if there's any updates and when they start we will break in live the story that is all over social media it is being widely talked about and it has been ever since it happened last night in Thursday night football it was the Browns and the Steelers and it was the end of the game in it but it should be game all along and at one point Mason road off who's the quarterback for the Steelers tries to yank the helmet off of miles Garrett miles Garrett's is not somebody you pick a fight with if you're Mason road off but anyway that's neither here nor there he's four hundred ninety four pounds something of that nature beast out but I wanted to get this take because I thought I'd Nikki made a great point about this earlier today Nick tell everybody what you were saying earlier about miles Garrett and Mason road off all man you got miles Garrett you got Mason road off exactly that's the kind of sports got sports takes the we got Nick for on the field and they were with the helmets right ones bashing the other ones run in the C. and C. is angry right park about hot take so many at the other guy in English or French Mason road off goes to grab miles Gerets helmet after the end of a play it just been sacked miles gear do not take kindly to that so he reaches back to Mason ran off grabs his helmet and safety if successful we yanking it off his head then he takes the helmet and uses it as a weapon bonk and hits Mason road off on the head with it yes enter marquees Pouncey who comes over and gets into the fights and it sent a brawl benches are cleared it was an embarrassment to you just don't see that in football very often the NFL has suspended miles Garrett for the rest of the season for the rest of the postseason which is funny if you know what the Steelers have been doing and they have decided not to I'm sorry the Browns have been doing they've decided not to penalize Mason rand off as rude off yeah because just leaving him in the lineup is punishment enough for the Steelers well I mean both teams teams find a quarter million dollars is not mass it's incredible look the miles gear it is is there's a chance at least the way some of the people are talking about there's a chance he could be suspended for a couple of seasons here obviously through the rest of this season a whatever postseason if there was any out for them but but this could be a career ending infraction on his own part his own doing people were all up in arms and hot takes everywhere on social media about how he should be charged with assault or battery and it's like man now okay that now we're gonna start to our gonna start doing that what about you the NHL is now going what about all of hockey right let's not say okay all rights we have a story coming out of a group home in Tucson Arizona early the sheriffs were called to this group home after some reports of disturbances there is a fifteen year old quadruple amputee that allegedly threatened staff knocked over a garbage can so this deputy that turns up on the scene he put a put the kid all right well anyway we'll get back to that story as your feet away the headed to the podium right now in the Santa Clarita share station the tragic events from yesterday and first and foremost when I send my condolences to the families and the victims all involved and our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone we've reached out to the the families of the six victims and five of them I have a do not want to release information to date they're still trying to reach far flung relatives so we're holding off on that however the family of one of the disease has a provided that information and course said do a report that the Gracie mule burger female fifteen years of age was the one who succumbed yesterday at nine twenty three in the morning for injuries their parents Cynthia and Brian obviously devastated and we're with them and it's it's a tough day here in Santa creada so we have as we have more information on the other victims we can really sad but to date or to respect the privacy we're not going to go there the the suspect conditions still remains critical and hasn't changed and for that will hold off its this is a tough day when you think about it I'm father my grandfather my grand children are the same age of the ones who or victim of this senseless act of violence it still remains a mystery why so I just wanna courage everyone where we can't hold a little tighter and make sure they do the right things when they're in school and if god forbid they have in in this type of circumstances follow the directions run if you can't run high you can't hide then you you do something you fight back in the kids in this school yesterday did all of the above they did as they were trained we had an active shooter drilled in just in the last few weeks at the school and we had evidence that the kids ran as they were told to run kids a barricaded themselves they sheltered in place that covered the windows propped the door shut and they did exactly as they were trained in that definitely assisted and then when the time came to provide aid to those who were injured they took the man and they provided first aid while they're waiting for our first responders so kudos all of them for it for a job well done and hopefully this is Joe we never have to do again now I want to bring captain can we're gonna to bright providers update on the status investigation and we also have some updates from our special agent from the a TF special Asian can you know let's start with the captain it is and then decide as they may over sitting for my soonest funds is by your it based on male extend them most of the alleged victim us he doesn't even know the name of his head of the homicide bureau for the sheriff's department Bergner can work in Wagoner we know his name the sheriff doesn't know his name good lord again the sheriff sheriff in a way that is reiterating I guess his opening comments there and he's doing it in Spanish before we get to can Wagoner from the sheriff's only your most important division the the information he said that there were five of the six people involved five of the families did not want information released at least not through the sheriff's department I point that out because we do know there are you know some of the people who have been injured their families have already talked about who they are in there the the names of of the kids that were involved at center I'm just anyway that they can do however they want I'm not sure who's running this this thing but it was the woman behind him no no I mean he moved on to the next thing each Spanish but usually they keep by the Spanish language version of it towards the end or you know after some of the questions that are made yeah the questions are asked and that sort of thing so okay stones mannish the I just want to say something yeah now that's not that's not well handled we just had a school shooting can we get some more information lord join you bring my computer up I have it on here as well we have in here as well zero Kamel finally as I was just gonna pull the in a way to say Hey send for sat on dental us as well as a part of it even if it kills us but just in the battle Escuela good we don't live in finance gone pop it is not a permitted the advantage less personas then they're like classic incidental locate any I guess it isn't that I'm into the eastern braver that case at the political process this young couple suggest you don't see it today Stephen Pravasi them with a full anyway I'm also extend their I get asked yes a little scary you see it on the local scene it but on my yeah my old by the switch to English now in order lord good morning captain can't Wagoner from tears homicide I wanted to update you on the investigation as we know it today at twelve o'clock for yesterday in the press conference to an Instagram account that we were attempting to verify whether it did or did not belong to the subject in the shooting after working with Facebook overnight we have determined that the account was not linked to the subject the account was subsequently deactivated by Facebook for violation of its Facebook rules I can't get into at this point where that it originated suffice it to say that it was out of the country we continue to work with Facebook to identify any further accounts that may belong to the suspect and we have search warrants pending on that to date we have conducted over forty interviews and we have about six pending at this point after evaluating the information obtained from those interviews and from the various sources and the scenes of our investigation no motive a rationale has yet been established for the subjects assault suffice it to say we did not find any manifesto any diary that spelled it out any suicide note or any writings which will clearly identify his motives behind this assault we have conducted as I said over forty interviews however I want to reiterate that if there are people out there students or administrators people that had information about this subject for the incident yesterday please call shares homicide at three two three eight nine zero five five zero zero so that we can arrange an interview with you and we can learn what you know the fire and used in this assault is currently at the sheriff's crime lab we will be collaborating with agents from the ATF to research and analyze that weapon as well as its origin the main quant crime scene where the assault occurred in the quiet at Saugus high school has been processed all evidence has been collected and documented the three D. scan was performed this morning to document the entire crime scene and it has just been cleaned by a buy a cleaning company and released back to the school district so that it can be occupied I understand that school is canceled for the day so hopefully somebody from the school district can talk about the future plans for next week and that's all I have right now and I'd like to interview interview somebody from the a TF to comment.

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"california high school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

13:32 min | 2 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"He also fruits one the California high school championship back in twenty eleven and that tournament featured among others, Michael Kim and Bill Hasler to really good players were Kim kind of fell off the face of the earth. But seventeen players out of the sixty kids who were in the finals had NCAA division one scholarships. Was a stunning to me, and it makes you've played golf in various parts of the country. What state produces the best players. Is it Florida is a California? There's got to be I would think that winning a California amateur championship and the state high school championship probably means a lot more in California than might in. Wisconsin. That could be. I mean, I've I've seen those statistics on this at all. And they're they're they may be out there somewhere there. There seemed to be statistics on everything somewhere. Hey, no one would. But one would have to assume that it would be a warm weather state. I mean one where they could play all twelve months of the year, Texas, California, Florida, come immediately. Certainly the quantity would come from there. But there are quality players to that from as as they say in Wisconsin up north. Jack in Ohio Arnie Arnie. Record Aaron Wisconsin Jacobson in Oregon. I mean. And and the question may need to be refined. Where were they born versus where did they go to college true that that's a that's a good point? One last thing. We'll we'll go around the table in the starting with Jimmy when you look at his stats. He's not really spectacular in any one. Phase of the game looked at the twenty seventeen in two thousand eighteen cents stats in twenty eighteen in his twenty seven starts. He finished top ten seven times. It's like twenty five percent of the time. He's a classic grinder can a grinder be a great player on the modern PGA tour. A great place a great. Tiger Woods was grinder. Well, if you're talking about a guy if you're talking about a guy that is immensely talented did sits there and puts puts his head down a buckles through and grind. So that's what I look at it as a grinder if you look at his a grinder of a guy that just fights I pars and then throws in a birdie every once in a while, and you just kind of always around. I mean, I'm talking about a guy who is not spectacular at any one phase of the game. But is consistently. Pretty good. Pretty when you look at his stats, and like strokes gained you all the stuff that got t- degreen, and blah, blah, blah. He's like in the top fifty or so onto are always. I mean, he's he's a solid guy. But he just seems to be there like feed this past year every week week in week out. He seems to be close to the hand the ability to be great. I mean, I number one player in the world. No, do they have the ability to have a great career like Steve Stricker, Jim furic. Yes. So it's kind of like the tourist full of a lot of guys that are grinders. I mean, a guy that's on the senior tour right now or that champion. So whatever we're calling the older, folks. Nowadays. Paul goydos. He'd be a grinder guided just kinda grinds out his paycheck all the time. That's what I look at it as a grinder. But can you be successful? Yes. Can they win tournaments? Yes can have long stand success where they're going to be the top five top ten player in the world. I don't think so because they have to be really good at one or two of those categories in order to get up to that echelon. Yeah. For a period of time, which is looking at the money that guy won last year shortly four million bucks. That's that's some pretty good grinding. Sure. In fact, I think there's a great advantage to being a grinder. You know on my own level says I as I came up through the ranks. I mean, I was I was considered a grinder. I was never great ball striker. But I just kept fighting it out. I I had a guy in a match here two years ago. He had me on this one hole, and I had a thirty footer to make the time, and I made it and he turned around to me. Don't you ever stop grinding? I said, Nope. Keeping score. Aren't we? All the time. They missed the fairway. They missed the green. They have to make tough putts to grind out tough pars. And then when they do get it going from TD green the putters there because they're used to stand over these tough. And and and it's ready to go this opposed say Bubba who. I don't want to pick on Bubba. But you know, he has great talent. But he tends to be kind of up and down he's mediocre for a little stretch. And he goes to all the way up to spectacular. One is putter gets hot. This HOGAN was a grinder. Jack of court, and of course, the ultimate grinder tiger. So can number one grinder. Yes. He was for thirteen years. Yeah. Interesting. Speaking of tiger is we we spent some time in last week's show kind of talking about his comeback. We never we didn't get to everything. Let's take ten minutes here and talk about a few other things fruits. He's going to be forty three next month. How long do you think he can play at a high level how many years, and whatever that timeframe is what does that mean to the to the PGA tour as an entity? Well, I don't I don't think that forty three is a particular benchmark in this particular case the guy was off the tour for basically five years getting his mind and body ready to compete again. I mean, we all saw the fruits of that labor in two thousand eighteen I mean, I believe you can add that five year timeframe onto the president. And and taking another five years is being forced competing goes. I mean, he's older, but he's fresh and he's hungry. You know, golf wise because he hasn't been burning himself up the last five years he's already won. And he almost wanna major. Should he happened to win at Augusta in April look out? Maybe I mean ninety eight percent of the tour believes he's going gonna win again. And he already has ninety percent of the tour believes that he's going to win a major again. So you know as far as that time. Right. What's it mean for the PGA tour, the means in addition to all the other great talent on display every week the greatest comeback story since Ben Hogan? And maybe in all of sports is maybe going to happen here. The next five years should be absolutely spectacular. It's interesting. And and you're right. I mean being out of the game and off the tour for four or five years is something that will save a guy's body. But he was off the tour because his body was was so beaten up by his by his own golf swing in his all of his personal problems, and that sort of stuff, so it's kind of a hard equation to balance is the time off something that makes him a young forty three. Or is the fact that he's got a few spine. You'll make him an old forty three. You got any thoughts on that me? Well, I don't think it's like it isn't football where Adrian Peterson sat out for two years. So my legs are fresh. I don't think it's like that. But I do we talk about it all the time. I think we're forty used to be considered over the hill. Now, what's considered? Fifty. It's not it's not forty. Yeah. So if you look at it from that standpoint are these guys coming out on tour at a younger age ready to compete? Yes. Which is a change to the dispatch Rome in the past. I think these guys are actually able to play at a higher level later in your career five or ten years later in their career than they used to. There's a reason why the champion's tour started at fifty. I think you're gonna see the champions tour is going to raise their age up. If if this continues to happen where guys are still playing good as soon as a tiger is still winning on tour. Why in the heck would you wanna play the champions store, and it was a prediction? I had years ago. I told fruits he would not play on the champions tour, maybe in a major, but I don't think he's gonna play plan the championship because he still thinks he can compete Stricker is a good example of that guy. That's still quite competitive. I on the big tour, and then goes to the the champion's tour and dominant takes free checks sponsors. Jimmy, Steve other tickle tickle. Look back other than the problems that tiger brought upon himself in his personal life. What aspect of his approach to the game? And it into a swing. Do you think you might regret the most? I don't think he'd admit it. But when he left Butch. Yeah. He had a good situation. He had a good golf coach. And but it almost got whether he left Bush Bush left ham, whatever they both got too big for their britches. Both riding high on they were high on the hog. I mean, they were it. I mean, it was even Bush was teacher Tigers D player for a dominant period of time. And I think that will be his biggest regret from that standpoint. And also getting in love with technology because keep in mind, we're Arnie came out at the at the evolution over the invention of golf on TV tiger came out at the evolution of technology, and golf maybe tiger. Brought that on where all the specifics that but he got in love with track man track. Men's a great device if you come out the morning starting to get fit for driver by matter title, our titles or or Michael our head golf professional. They're gonna put you on track man, great device to fit you. But you see these guys on tour. They got him sitting down there when they're hitting nine irons all the time. They're not switching clubs looking for the best shafter best club. They're looking to change their swing to pick up a certain amount of launch angle or. All speed or whatever. And I think he got too much in love with the technology, which then forced him to make more changes with his golf swing. I so I think it all went back to Bush Bush was very natural. Let's just go out there and just win kid. And I think that's going to be his biggest regret that. I like that answer quite a bit fruits. What about you in hindsight given his approach to the game and his swing? What do you think? Tigers biggest regret would be. I'm I'm coming along with that line of thinking. But not exactly I mean, I think all of us. We would never started tinkering around with a swing that was already producing the best golf we ever saw. I know I personally feel that way. But I don't believe that he feels that way. He was on back. Then he was on a quest for knowledge in in search of a swing as he defined it that he could own he believed that Ben Hogan owned his swing. He believed that moon Norman owned his wing, and they were the only two people that owned their swing and he wanted to own his swing that was his quote, and he went through several instructors, basically, picking their brains. I mean, when he when he thought he had everything album that they could give him, you know, he went on to somebody else to see what they might might have in his quest. So you know, and and through all he was still number one through all of this. I mean, only his personal problems and then his health loading down. And now he's returned with. No swing coach. But he's still got all that experience and knowledge that he got with those guys. And and I agree with Jimmy that the, you know, I mean this wing that he had with Butch. I think was the most effective golf swing to the ever had. Most natural go, you know, it's interesting. And mean, I don't mean this as a unkind fashion, but in a way. Taking the one of the most. If that's the most effective golf swing in the history of the game and coming up with the thought in the back of your mind. Did it needs to be fixed or improved or tweaked or whatever that thought is there's a little bit of arrogance in that? And there really is. I mean at that time, I think that he began to believe that that he was at so much the superior side of talent that he could do something incredibly unique and original, and and and lasting in that regard. I think so I think the other thing that changed in this scenario. I know I've mentioned it before. But it's something to put bearing on you guys joke around with it about with how busy I am. And other things going on other factors is a golf fan was she would a wait until he was forty two have kids because that takes another onus away from your practice time. Because if you're practicing you're not being a good father. And if you're spending time with your kids, you're not being a good golfer, and you've got all these sponsors answer to and you need to be spending more time on the golf course. It is a no win. Situation. I set a fruit. I think we're on a different radio station at the time. I said no don't get married married. Yes. It was a very long time ago. And I said don't get married. It's great having kids is great. If you could tell him right now that he would have his same situation with the same beautiful kids ten years later. I think in his heart of hearts, he would say I wish I would have that. But I know parent changes for the world. But as a golf fan, I really wish you would've waited ten years to get married and have kids the other thing too that the changes that he made in his golf swing were were just there were such violent types that he'd lost that that gracefulness that he had his golf swing when he was twenty two twenty three twenty four years old, and the violet part of that nature that swing really took its toll his body, directors knees and is back. I think fruits let me let me take a couple of different. You're absolutely right on that. He he was an artist, and he became a mechanic. Yup. Yeah. That's a great way of looking at product. Jeez fruits. They're an interesting category of human beings. In a lot of cases are so focused other talents and other gifts. They don't have the same social experiences the rest of us, and sometimes maturity is delayed or reduced or slowed or retarded or whatever word you want to put next to it. You you think that tiger had someone that dynamic in his life? I mean, when when when you look at the human being that he was and some of his foibles, I wonder if you'll once you got a taste of freedom and was no longer the prodigy that had to focus one hundred percent on one thing that little taste of.

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"california high school" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"I look at the Pac twelve and the only guy in the Pac twelve that I think is a real difference maker beyond David Shaw who is never leaving Stanford. Okay, he won't. I, he's he's had NFL. He's not leaving. So to me, the guys, Chris Peterson, look at what Chris Peterson it's done at Boise Luca. Chris Peterson has done at Washington. Washington has been in the playoff. Washington doesn't have top to bottom the talent that USC has. And yet he gets the most out of the guys. He does get from the LA area. He's recruiting the hell outta LA his about it. Well, he's recruit LA and get his defense. Bax of the other day. I was watching me other. He's recruiting LA and he's saying, look, I only recruit certain players that are able to go to the National Football League. And that's where you look at the hotbed of Washington draft picks over the last couple of years. They're largely from LA base schools, and he's the way that he develops them. He keeps them there guys come back to what SEI is guys like I'm going to taste the NFL on ready or not. And by the way gin appropriate used to do that. Oregon Lou. He'd still a couple of guys from LA here, right? And he got enough that it made it work. Now. He's got his own set of disasters going on at UCLA fooding during Green's Thomson's father taking him out on Twitter, which we get to momentarily. But yeah, they're, you're right. We've seen the kids from this area go to other schools and succeed. So what does that say? It says that it's on the coaching staff to some extent. Does it not. Yeah, I think it's also to that. Look now everyone's doing the same thing now. It's before it was like the mystique you was the it was SE and I think it's kind of wearing off just a little bit. It's wearing off. Now when you see Washington in the college football, playoff, you see Stanford and what they've been able to do, and then all of a sudden it's also the retooling of a UC roster that now you don't have Sam darnold, you're going with JT Daniels, it's it's not the same USC I think people wanted to still be. Let's go to Tony in Santa Clarita. What's up Tony. I think the reason is the football teams in southern California high school just aren't that good, and you may have a good team, but they're all their competition is no good. So there know how it is to match against another good team because they're the only good team around. So when they get to college, they meet up with this really bad team from the rest of the country, and they just cannot deal with it. Well, Joni, thank you for the call at you immediately recoiled when he said, because modern as one best team in the country and they, they are beaten down everybody of so they churn out players every single year. I, I wouldn't say that at all that makes other California football is live in wail is just that. Now the guys just off filtering into SE. They're actually going across to different places around the country. Travis in LA. What's up? Travis gentlemen how you doing this afternoon. I'm good. I love you in the mornings, man. Thank you. Thank you double dipping today. So I'm gonna make short and simple. It's got fall back on coach. Play on, you know, he's, he's not doing everything could do out this poor boy out, but the same time that young quarterback these step up his game and he's opened his eyes called quarterback vision. I know it's not gifted everybody, but he's a work on it. There's been a lot of plays where it could have been a first down instead he's checking out or he's trying to get that long force. The play eased, opened his eyes and learn. That's hard to do when he's a freshman. He can't see the whole field. The progression. Remember when Ricky quarterbacks came into the National Football League. The progression starts like this. You are quarter then half then three quarters in the full field. So basically they're reads right now, JT Daniels is reading half the field. I mean, basically sometime not even half the field. He's reading one guy right it when at one guy is whether it's opener not he's just staring them down. I'm a defender. I know that he's a right handed quarterback and he's looking everything is to his right now..

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"california high school" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"American brand Thanks The news media to give. You Official on Facebook When up I'll share with you the story of a California high school student who got kicked out of the history class for wearing. An, NRA shirt oh. Look at that we'll talk about that, coming up to let's go ahead and kick it into five Five it's time for data's quick five Elizabeth Warren is shook y'all So an actual American Indian and a former. Fighter, and also apparently, lesbian cherise, David's in attorney declared victory Wednesday in the democratic primary. In Kansas is third district she won thirty. Seven percent of the vote her rival attorney Brent welder got about thirty. Four percent of the vote and so she's. Actually She's actually. No native American and Elizabeth Warren is not. I used to look she doesn't get that are you go this couple. Of other things here So this. Agreeing comet is expected as it passed earth according to weather dot, com it's the green incredible hulk comet it's is this, week is it passed earth. They say the best time to view it will be actually today, and it's gonna. Come within. Seventy million. Miles.

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"california high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"A california high school graduation ceremony we learn more from cbs's pam coulter a high school valedictorian in northern california is not happy that our graduation speech was silenced after she diverted from the approved script petaluma high school principal david stir it says speakers had been warned their mike's would be shut off it they veered off topic and they were warned that lula belle sites was planning to do that she says she had been sexually assaulted on campus and wanted to show frustration at the schools lack of action in a youtube video of the uncensored speech sites criticizes the defense of perpetrators and silence cigna victims pam coulter cbs news some very shocked and saddened mansfield residents following a theft from a tribute to those who serve in uniform we get more from kendall buhl a field of red white and blue sits on the green grass of mansfield south common purchased with donations have raised fifty grand for veterans charities and scholarships over the last three years among the newest additions five flags entering first responders as well as our servicemen and women donated by a mansfield resident recently out of the marines sometime overnight saturday those five banners were taken stripped right off their polls and field of honour chairperson jerry rumsas can't imagine why they have no respect no honor i mean why would you do that it's pretty unconscionable mansfield police are on the case rum's this is just opening the thief or thieves get a conscience and bring those banners back ghetto buell wbz newsradio ten thirty wbz news time nine forty one time for us to head to the ace hticket dot com sports studio mr adam kaufman probably good time for ten.

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"california high school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Administration we want them to build more cars in the united states also build them here and ship them overseas automakers have said it would be hard to achieve significantly higher mileage especially with renewed popularity of larger suv type vehicles but they're also facing the possibility of california the nation's most populous state imposing its own higher mileage standards anyway bob costantini washington a fourteen year old boy is in custody after shooting and wounding a classmate at a southern california high school correspondent jim rupe superior to be an incident between the two of them la county sheriff's captain darren harris confirms the shooting before school began at highland high school in palmdale about ninety minutes north of los angeles there were reports of a man with a gun at a local elementary school but deputies could find no evidence of a crime there the lockdown of all palmdale schools has been lifted the danger over but the investigation continues the wounded student is expected to make a full recovery from a gunshot to his arm on wall street trading mixed today the dow jones owns industrial average up by forty four points the smp gaining a fraction the nasdaq down almost eighteen points i'm ann cates stop worrying about tech steph oh traffic is brought to you by the ticket clinic let's take a look at that dr well we've got a couple of problems out there moving through the city this morning looks like what a one right around grand avenue if you're traveling in the northbound direction some debris on your roadway make that a bumper in a lane of traffic please use caution moving through that area washington street between powell and stockton closed down due to roadwork eighty westbound at the toll plaza metering lights still on and traffic still has you backed up through the maze six eighty southbound near livorno road we have a disabled truck in a lane of traffic as well and then further south six eighty northbound prior to sycamore valley road in earlier fender bender has cleared you roadway got a traffic ticket call the lawyers at the ticket clinic for as little as ninety nine dollars an experienced lawyer we'll go to court for you call the ticket clinic today at eight hundred eight zero five two.

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"california high school" Discussed on No Agenda

No Agenda

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on No Agenda

"Seventy five students walked out of california high school in san ramon this morning not an unusual sight especially in the bay area but some parents were still shocked when they heard why they were walking out wait yes no i didn't know this i'm kind of shocked i don't know what to these students are walking out in support of the second amendment the right to bear arms this comes just over a month after students across the country staged walkouts to take a stance against gun violence walking out in represented in the media from the parkland parks survivors they don't necessarily represent our whole our whole demographic like this one called stand for the second are happening in at least forty states today organizer in san ramon saw the event on social media a week ago and decided to host one here administrators just heard about it this morning and quickly got the word out to teachers and police now the little gotcha in here that you really have to pay you have to be careful doing this everywhere is equating the second amendment with gun violence good catch yes and puts their walking out in support of the second amendment while everyone else is against gun violence wow so yes the second amendment equals gun violence the way it's presented is the second amendment equals gun violence and if you wanna hear that again before he played again out when it also mentioned that the woman were interviewing somebody told us was there was a walkout for the second amendment and this house wife in a car all my god i can't oh that's unbelievable that they would do that that they would support it and she's a gassed we don't really hear the question of she's asked so we don't really have how.

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"california high school" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on Super Station 101

"The other side and now you're banning firearm videos like you're doing something for this whole what you perceive as as a society of gun violence you're not doing anything what what how is how is banning firearm demo videos going to accomplish anything these videos more times than not or actually showing people how to safely use firearms are they not doc it out with the butt of a gun now because of that video i'm glad you learn something injured did i'm always learning always learning there's california high school magazine that his put some artwork in their publication showing trump as a nazi also a cop wearing a white hood pointing a gun at had african american kid offered him skittles that's a lot of art in one picture must say we'll talk a little bit about that and it really is free speech we got some students planning on an abortion protest after the school shooting you gun control walkout stuff if they're going about doing the same thing but in the name of of prolife and we'll see how people react to that christopher wray breaking his silence on the mccabe firing will tell you exactly what he says i'll go ahead and give you a head doesn't vote well for democrats what what what christopher racist joe biden says it a ironically an anti sexual assault rally which hey who thinks he needs to be there in the first place.

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"california high school" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"It is the issue that has captured the entire country right now how many of you know that in southern california this morning a another potential school mass killing was thwarted southern california a security guard at a high school in southern california this morning heard a troubling conversation between students heard a student say something very troubling vis security guard did at this southern california high school reported what this students said local law enforcement went to that students house at that students house they found a a stockpile of weapons enamul good work another potential mass killing ford it let me go to scott he's got a trump i man now i am i have two points to make if you don't mind you know this is all coming from a motion there is not really a whole lot of fact being given and be emotional drive to push a bunch of kids out there that are you know that's that's a that's a selling point you know to the media is you know what else is going to pull on heartstrings to get these kids out there yeah it's horrible but they're using these kids and they're using their ignorance and their emotions to take the best of my race guides on on your first point on your first point i agree with everything you just said the motion of these kids though was real correct i agree he okay go ahead carol and the the sad part about it is there's so much focus on the gun yeah my daughter just shared an article with media a couple of days ago and it was about a kid who came into and i don't know when exactly it was good and get a chance to read the article yet but it was about a map stabbing at a high school were this person went through and stab like twenty five people you hear about it on the radio you didn't hear about it on the news yep because not a gun and all these facts about guns keep getting twisted around to wear now they're saying the the kid it sandy hook was used in an aar when you the handgun he didn't even have an a are but let right that doesn't you know that run pushed the media the direction they want to go you don't scott you make sink you brother you make such a.

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"california high school" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on WGTK

"It is the issue that has captured the entire country right now how many of you know that in southern california this morning a another potential school mass killing was thwarted southern california a security guard at a high school in southern california this morning heard a troubling conversation between students heard a student say something very troubling vis security guard did at this southern california high school reported what this students said local law enforcement went to that students house at that students house they found a a stockpile of weapons enamul good work another potential mass killing ford it let me go to scott hey scott are you trump i mean you know i am i have two points to make if you don't mind you know this is all coming from a motion there's not really a whole lot of fax team given and the emotional drive to push a bunch of kids out there that are you know that's that's a that's a selling point you know to the media is you know what else is going to pull on heartstrings that give these kids out there yeah it's horrible but they're using these kids and they're using their ignorance and their emotions to take the best of iran race guides on on your first point on your first point i agree with that being said the most of these kids though was real correct i agree the okay go ahead care low know and the the sad part about it is there's so much focus on the gun by god or just shared an article with me the a couple of days ago and it was about a kid who came into and i don't know when exactly it was because i didn't get a chance to read the article yet but it was about a mass stabbing at a high school where this person went through and stabbed like twenty five people yeah about an on the radio you didn't hear about it on the news yep because not a gun and all these facts about guns keep getting twisted around to wear now they're saying the the kid it's sandy hook was using an a are when he was a handgun you didn't even have an a are but right that doesn't you know that pushed the media the direction they want to go you don't scott you make sink brother you make such a.

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"california high school" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on Super Station 101

"It is the issue that has captured the entire country right now how many of you know that in southern california this morning a another potential school mass killing was thwarted southern california a security guard at a high school in southern california this morning heard a troubling conversation between students heard a student say something very troubling vis security guard did at this southern california high school reported what this student said local law enforcement went to that students house at that students house they found a a stockpile of weapons enamul good work another potential mass killing ford it let me go to scott hey scott her joints i mean you know i i've i have two points to make if you don't mind you know this is all coming from a motion there's not really a whole lot of facts seeing given and the emotional drive to push a bunch of kids out there that are you know that's that's a that's a selling point you know to the media is you know what else is going to pull on heartstrings to get these kids out there yeah it's horrible but they're using these kids and they're using their ignorance and their emotions to take the best of my race guides on on your first point on your first point i agree with i mean you just said the most of these kids though was real correct i agree the okay go ahead cure you you know and the the sad part about it is there's so much focus on the gun yeah got her just shared an article with me the a couple of days ago and it was about a kid who came into and i don't know when exactly it was because i didn't get a chance to read the article yet but it was about a math stabbing at a high school where this person went through and stabbed like twenty five people hear about it on the radio you didn't hear about it on the news yep because not a gun and all these facts about guns keep getting twisted around to where now they're saying the kid it's sandy hook was using an a are when he was the handgun he didn't even have in a are but it right back doesn't you know that wasn't push the media the direction they want to go you don't scott you make a thank you brother you make such a.

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"california high school" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on KOMO

"And get a little redundant yeah i i thought they are they prepared well they came out and played very well and played their game did not play founder their opponent tried to make montana play up today i'm and obviously sixty three to seven that that didn't work out so over the grisly you've got a a team that got the opportunity of play the three's the four reserved the the depth was really tested by the huskies as it got to put a guys it the normally go get the play and a lot of them really after the bell including uh a couple of the guys it to the redshirt freshmen job ruin the true freshman that everybody's excited roots of awkward bulled scoring touch doubts yeah my spot a chart get quite a workout markers peterson played seventy four guys in that ballgame and that's how he likes to do it in a game such as that and a each got a famous forgetting younger as a attempts play in meaningful situations and this game was meaningful obviously only for a short time but uh yeah was fun to see those those young kids get in and get a chance to play home hoping do it yet matt little more work in the what urged gave met didn't work out and so we saw him early on in this within in the first order matter of fact and nice to see sean mcgarvy get a chance to play in the ah the latter stages at the game the guy who came in with with great credentials leading rushers and california high school football history have had some injury problems which included a season ago and got a chance to play as did it you're saying a bunch of other guys who haven't seen much playing time so it was a uh a good time at by all let's look ahead to fresno state on paper the huskies are already favored by thirty four points i believe it is the first state coming off a another tough opponents here this last week whether it is very familiar with askes for sure where a day after the game uh uh one of the story life this week will be jeff kept birdies at ghotra fresno state of course was here last year helping washington efta chris peterson's invocation of she was got a job at the time is a really good offense it football mind the former california ed coach and got the coaching.

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"california high school" Discussed on 1A

1A

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on 1A

"Reform because most brain injury occurs in practice not in games the the sanctioning bodies of texas and california high school have in the last five years both cuffy allowed number of contact hours in practice that 6 huge reform with that but it hasn't spread that louisiana's still allows unlimited year round contact in pro you could change the game by limiting the kickoffs by bite mandating only a twopoint stance of his less helmettohelmet contact there are a lot of things we can do to make the game it'll never be riskfree but less risky that's that doable that last year nfl senior vice president for health and safety geoff miller testified before a congressional committee here is a piece of that testimony just a quick question an answer exchange between geoff miller and illinois democrat jon shark housekey ezra miller do you think there is linked to close that all ended at our brain disorders like ct will certainly doctor he's research shows that a number of retired nfl players diagnosis cd so there the answer that question is certainly ask but there's also a number of questions that come with that that's nfl executive geoff miller testifying before a congressional committee to question from illinois democrat jan shark housekey cindy feazel what do you make of how the nfl is dealing with c t e today are they doing enough or they are the not doing enough what needs to happen i think it just needs there continually be educating athers i can think that there's ever an afghan they're still people dying there's going to be more and more die am i'm begging people to donate their brains if you don't have a tomlin of all the players who have.

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"california high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"california high school" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Resistant got every night ally makes a valuable at running dan this is an unbelievable statistic now sevenpercent doesn't seem like a lot but when you're talking about seven percent of all americans that is sixteen and a half million people in our population so listen ipr sevenpercent flash sixteen and a half million americans believe that chocolate milk is brown down because it comes out of brown callous they don't understand that it is regular milk that is mixed with chocolate in sugar and this is this comes from a online survey commissioned videy innovation center of us dairy now it's easy just to look at this and be like americans are dumb but some people are taking a closer look at it meets mainly the agricultural industry the nutrition in education industry and they're saying this is just an example of how basically agriculturally illiterate people are people don't know where food comes from they don't know how it gets to stores in a lot of kids they there's a bunch of studies they hear here i don't know for example that pickles come from cucumbers so there is some research done on fourth fifth and sixth graders at an urban california high school and by the way the same these kind of mistakes don't just happened to everybody it usually happens to people who had lower education and live in urban areas and people who don't have as much money so this is an urban california high school more than half of these fourth fifth and sixth graders didn't know that pickles come from cucumbers or that onions and let us were plants four in ten didn't know that hamburgers came from cows and three intended know that cheeses made from milk and they're saying you know how can you know what's a healthy food and a non healthy food and how to feed yourself well if you don't even know what a vegetable as you know if you don't.

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