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Heat Wave Hits Northwest, Sending People to Cooling Centers
"The state of emergency has been declared in Oregon where temperatures are expected to be over one hundred degrees for the rest of the week another sizzling heat wave is gripping the Pacific Northwest and other parts of the country is breathtaking expressway but western Oregon could see temperatures over one hundred ten degrees people are already flocking to cooling centers like the one in Multnomah county where Holly Martinez is a volunteer we have a lot of water we have maps for folks to lie down on chairs December heat wave in June killed hundreds of people in Oregon Washington state and British Columbia and sizzling weather is hitting other parts of the country cooling centers have opened in Connecticut as well in southeastern Kansas a two year old child has died from suspected heat illness the heat index and Callie county reached one hundred eight degrees I'm Jackie Quinn
Colombia Under Pressure to Halt Police Violence Against Protesters
"More than month has now passed since the start of anti government protests. They were triggered by a government plan to increase taxes. Even after the tax plan was withdrawn, though the anger in the streets continued and police clamp down hard More than 40. People have been killed in these demonstrations, and now activists are driven by another goal, putting an end to police violence. A long standing grievance in Colombia manual Rueda report from the city of Cali, which has seen some of the most intense protests in the calypso neighborhood in Cali, The main road has been blocked with stones, bricks and bright orange barriers. There's a police helicopter flies over the road block young men with their faces covered. Keep an eye on who's entering the neighborhood. Dozens of these world blocks have been set up across Colombia to pressure the government into meeting protestors demands. But the road blocks her also here to keep the police away when Children's documented island were being She says, come from guns fired by the police. Dozens of people are killed each year in Colombian police operations, and in the current protest, many demonstrators have been shot at by officers beaten or hurt with tear gas canisters. Now reforming the police is one of the protesters main demands They want officers who commit crimes to be held accountable in civilian courts. But again, yeah, but reconciliation. Nika. They're pretty metal that about until there's truth. There can't be real peace says in memory of Alaska's an artist who showed up at a recent marching Callie wearing black, she says she's mourning the protests victims.
"callie" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"callie" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast
"I'm feeling you know a little off today. I'm not always good about practising it. It's not part of my routine just yet and so. I love every morning when i get on instagram. That something positive. That i see and i can choose you know. Am i worthy today. Or am i enough. I don't know you do so many different work one. But i think it's just so nice for you to be putting out that positive energy out for people to take what they and to remind themselves i am worthy and you also sell really cute. Window clings which. I have on my mirrors and i love them and i gave to my sisters and i think those two good places for people to start with affirmations just kind of nina in their face but do you have any other tips for like making it. More of a practice Making it more front of minds that people can really start changing their mindset. Yeah so i journey everyday and generally has been a whole thing. I started journaling because of anxiety. I did start journaling because ryan mike anxiety level. Eleven all the time and so our sort of things. Id but journal. Things journal my affirmations every morning and a journal my gratitude and then journal my leg visualization goals. And so i guess. I guess that's three can't count it's fine But i always do to three intentions for affirmations every day. Three to five gratitude. Things that have happened within the last twenty four hours and then all message was actions. So i use the same frame of mind as far as like where i'm headed and so i'd journal that i bring that one because no one knows about what i'm watching next to am. I when i started a podcast. Journaled podcast. i'm a bot as every single day as if it had already happened. I is the nutrition. Not a we on our arizona dream. Home is one of our big ones. That i've been writing down right now. I am a sought after coach. I i changed lives. I am the best wife i can be. I am one percent better every day. Little things. So i all of those down every day as if they've already happened glow conan makes five hundred thousand dollars a year. That's one that. I put down every day for three and a half years i wrote. We are free. We are free. We are debt free. We became for twenty twenty. Which is Is also lost his job. And so right. But we manifest it and we focus so hard on debt free and paying off our loans and.
"callie" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast
"You're at a certain weight or you can have the life you want once. You're out of certain weight which was just as toxic. You'll get married when you're one hundred and twenty two pounds like i wasn't one hundred twenty two only watch how my mind worked. And that's how my negative self talk talk worked and so everything would lay. I would like pour into others and loved other people. But like how i was talking to myself was absolutely not okay. Well i can definitely relate to that because like you said you want to be there for other people. You're always encouraging telling them like you know. No you look adorable like your beautiful your perfect you do everything perfectly but you can be so mean and nasty to yourself and i feel like it takes a lot of practice to change that mindset So i would love to dig into your thoughts on body image and how it's changed for you over the years and i know some people might not be super familiar with what exactly body image means so if you could just dig into that a little bit and talk about your experience about how. It's changed absolutely absolutely so body images essentially higher viewing yourself in how you how you see yourself When i first started realizing even understanding what body image was I didn't love my body. I can remember being like high school in like making my vision boards in high school and they were all these. Victoria's secret models that were like demo. Zero and i was like that's me that's where i'm headed so i started young on a fitness. Like exploration journey. If you will with expectations that i would never be able to achieve. And so i had created this body image in my head that i thought was what i wanted and i thought that the only way i would be successful as if i had this or the only be desirable as if i achieved this and so i leaned into anything to get me there. I would work out as hard as i possibly could in as little as possible I would punish myself. I would work out for punishment. And so i would work out with the mindset of like what eight that cupcake yesterday so i have to go run forty eight miles today. Just ridiculous things you go walk until my feet fall off because i had to come and so over time that has changed so much for me and so i started with just positive self talk like just literally pouring in affirmations to myself and how i was speaking to myself and then over not change over time like i find found that balance at like building a healthy life building healthy habits positive talk and then realized that i was still not something was still missing and so in this really awesome spot of working out really hard and achieving the goals and i was like a weight that i felt really comfortable at then covert hit which was a whole 'nother thing or so many of us and the gym's closed down and i didn't eat perfect because i'm never gonna stop leaning in distress eating like i don't know when kobe i hit. I thought that i was gonna walk outside and like the it was just like land on me and i was.
"callie" Discussed on The Good-Hearted Podcast
"I hated who. I'd become. Because of what i had been told from other people i had been told that wasn't enough. I'd been told that i was overweight. I've been told that i. What have you a variety of things. And so i launched pretty feet first into a life of happiness in a life of wellness and over the years. It's taken me a long time to realize it's not just nutrition. It's not just movement. It's who you're around. Its who you're talking to yourself. It's the relationships you have. It's the community supporting you. It's the career. If you hate your job you're gonna love your life either and so it's become this like five year project of figuring out my own wellness journey and then pouring back into other so helping people through that same process. I didn't want it pretty blind. I had as developed through my through my journey. I found the people that i really loved and supported and i found. I ended up getting remarried. And he's amazing. Eric's i remember one fan. And i learned nutrition and i learned the wellness fitness. And not working out. Because you have to working out because it's what makes you feel good. So i've been on this like forever long journey creating all this and then and then giving back and other people as well. Yeah i love that. And it su he laying for other people to hear people's stories when they've kind of obviously it's a journey. You're still working on it. But you have kind of gotten to the other side of that where you're feeling much better not talking about yourself so negatively which i feel like is a place we all want to get to. Yeah yeah yeah. Negative self talk is nasty is years and i know it routed from when i was a little little girl of like. I've always been really tall. Like i'm almost sixty all i've been this heights in sixth grade and so even middle school kids really gonna fool and like they called me the ogre like i played basketball big willing much. Basketball team like it roots deep. And why were you when you're what are you in six. I don't even know twelve. You're so tall that that's just again. It's like it's just so it's always been an issue like it's always been something that's rooted. I don't think any of it was. Ill intent when i was in middle school known for being the really tagro playing basketball. I got recruited for varsity basketball my freshman year. I was just tall and so it was a whole thing of things around me that i didn't realize were negative. That were really affecting me. And so as. I got older tall in my mind always met big and so that then resonated with weight issues which then made me think that my body was not qualifying. Like i wasn't the little girl in high school like it wasn't the little cute like no never was like real tall awkward and so it just was what i was told and then as i got older it just never went away and so then i was talking to myself like that and saying really nasty things to myself. i didn't. I would tell myself that. I wasn't worthy of like a decent career that i wasn't worthy of good relationship that i was not worthy anything or then i would change things to like. Well you can have the crew wants..
Andrei Vasilevskiy delivers consecutive shutouts, Lightning top Stars 2-0
"Vasilevskiy was once again dominant. He stopped all 20 shots He faced supposed to shut out in his second straight start and earn his second shutout overall this season that earned him the first star of the week in the NHL. Is now posted shut outs and back to back starts five times in his career, and he's gone seven consecutive periods without allowing a goal. When you talk about the advantage the Lightning has in net every game. It's pretty wide, especially in this division. Vasilevskiy is head and shoulders better than everyone else. Ben Bishop might have a say in that, but he's injured right now for the stars Brian and Blam from Sun Sports and My partner for The Last Call, which is presented by Jack Daniels told Dave Michigan and me on power lunch yesterday. That vast Celeski has grown so much as a netminder. He's a machine. He really s vasilevskiy. That really interesting character. And, of course, is a hockey player. He's very quiet with us. Naturally it apparently he's a real riot with the players, you know, on practice, days and days in between got a great sense of humor. But he is all business. When he shows up first thing in the morning, you talk to other players and go. You just leave Vasi to himself. He's he's already in that zone. He's got the body for it. It's 63 and well over £200. He's got the long legs and long arms. You know, we're talking about circuits have an experience exactly the same thing of front, John Goaltending coach talked about it recently saying that you know, vastly going all the way and winning the cup. It solidifies everything that they've talked about all the way along How your off season training regiment right through to the very last save in Game six against Dallas to win the Stanley Cup. Your gold center. Oftentimes is your best penalty killer and the Lightning had to kill off six power place from the stars, and that was big, according to egg blam, and he loved what he saw. Thought Alex Killorn had some sequences. I would point him out, especially. I thought he was incredible. He had four if not five. Individual plays where he just dismantled their attack. Turned the pack over and either shot out of the zone himself or made availability for somebody else that he was playing with the get the park and get it down. But they all were in great sequence when the pressure when not to That was a big part of the game and then getting on the scoreboard first two now, But Andre, polite, just has an affinity for that, And then he starts on time all the time. And that's always a big deal. Doesn't matter who you're playing. Whether it's Dallas and the team you played in the Stanley Cup finals or the last place team, Callie always seems to start on time and a that gives you a big advantage.
Residents of Seattle's Rainier Valley on alert for man seen tampering with car brake lines
"Dealing with a rash of break lines being slashed on parked cars. My car was the only one that got messed with April. Yes, says the man, cut the brake line on her SUV parked in the driveway on South Frontenac Street. A few blocks away on Warsaw Down here somewhere. Same thing happened to his Iran. Callie. Two cars got slashed and right around the corner on 44th Avenue. Also bet list. He is also dealing with a similar ordeal. The brakes were cut and we were just in shock. Just in the past few days, neighbors in Seattle's Rainier Valley safe brake lines were slashed on at least seven cars, and that number could be higher Cousin got slashed and ice Recent heard about the Des Moines is one in Des Moines. Police say the number of vehicles with intentionally damaged brake lines is now up to 33 since reports started coming in late Monday, and there are at least two cases and tuck Wila so far. No arrests. Jonathan SHOW Cuomo
Cleveland Browns' Callie Brownson to be first 'interim female positional coach' in NFL history
"Sunday and history being made by the Cleveland Browns today as Callie Brownson will serve as Cleveland's tight ends coach this afternoon, first time in NFL history that a female will coach a position group. Rounds full time tight ends coach away from the team today for a berth in the family. The Browns visiting the Jacksonville
FDA allows 1st rapid virus test that gives results at home
"Of the first rapid Corona virus test that can be performed entirely at home. It delivers results in 30 Minutes the FDA has granted emergency authorization to the single use test kid. From Look. Kira Talf Callie, and that's a California manufacturer, The Wayne County Board of Canvassers
"callie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Raiders feud? Maybe the bus driver was wearing a mask. And it was Callie Endo behind the mask. And maybe it was Frank Callie, and they're just trying to get under the skin. Let me tell you what man, John Bruton, So Andy Reid, I guess got annoyed by this or he's just doing what smart coaches do. They find the little things to try to motivate their players when a team is rolling. Like Kansas City, and they probably think they're gonna eviscerate the Raiders on Sunday, Anyway. Let's hear Andy Reid bring this back up from earlier this week. They won the game so they could do anything they want to do. They end up winning the game. It's not our style, but we'll get ourselves back radio playing. That's where we're at. How do you think he found out about this? Was he leaving the stadium? And then he just saw the bus. If I just saw bus circling, I don't think I imagine the way that this is this bus is they're not open it. It's not a school bus. We open the windows. It's probably a big comfy. Coach bus So Andy Reid was just leaving the stadium and saw this bus circling. Or maybe there was some surveillance camera or who knows because remember in Kansas City when they had the extension for Chris Jones and Patrick Mahomes. That they're you know, someone from the front office went into the champagne store and they were popping champagne or getting ready Pop champagne and that person, the store basically broke the story. Maybe the bus driver has the connection with Brett Beach are Andy Reid and told them, eh? They were bullying me on that bus ride back. So I wonder how Andy Reid found out about this, but I guess we'll never know..
‘It Ain’t Over Till Every Vote Is Counted’: Biden Says He’s ‘On Track’ To Win
"As those continued to be counted in Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina and Arizona, former vice President Joe Biden says he believes he has the advantage needed to become the next president. But he said he will not declare victory until all votes are counted. So once this election is finalized. And behind us. It'll be time for us to do what we've always done as Americans. Put the harsh rhetoric of the campaign behind us. The lower the temperature. To see each other again. To listen to one another. Tweet to hear each other again, according to the Fox News decision, desk, Callie by needs to win just one more state to achieve the 270 votes needed to secure the
Final Fantasy 8 Remastered Is Getting A Physical Release On PS4
"Square enix is final. Fantasy eight is getting a physical release on the PlayStation for Yes, the same final fantasy ate that originally came out in 1999. Wow. And you can buy digitally on the PlayStation for steam or even on your switch now. Here's the downside for people like our own producer Callie, who actually loves this game and will buy it any time that you would you. Would you like to buy the physical copy? I guess while you can, because it's not coming stateside. But if you can snag a copy as it releases in Europe, the Middle East Australia or New Zealand, you can still play it on your P s forces. It's not region locked.
"callie" Discussed on WJR 760
"7 60 W. J. R. 7 49 on this Wednesday morning, middle of the week. Some would say hope today that would be either Dana or rich Luzinski 62 rainy degrees right now. I'm supposed to hit. We're suppose it's 72 tomorrow. I think it's tomorrow. Or maybe it's Friday. But anyway, it is what it is. Now. Those are dangerous words now to meanwhile Julie Callie is on the line with US State representative who was part of the group that worked on legislation where Michigan counties That hit certain thresholds for covert 19 testing cases and hospital capacity. Could, in fact set their own policies for stemming the spread of the virus under a plan unveiled yesterday by State House Republicans and Julie Callie and yes from that same family, former Lieutenant governor Brian Kelly's wife, Julie is on the line. Good morning, Julie. Good morning. Thank you for having me. It was my pleasure who was in politics first, you or Brian? Brian It was Brian for sure. Okay? I didn't know I really didn't know it's nice to talk to his wife. I'm a fan of Brian's. I'll Now be a fan of yours. Talk to me about this legislation. Yes, thank you for having me on. So we're excited to unveil this plan that lays out clear metrics is how Ah county could start making their own decisions. We know that our state is incredibly large and diverse. And we have seen over the last seven months of a one size fits all approach doesn't always fit. And actually, we've already seen some tailored response in the governor's plans and the school plans that the Legislature and the governor agreed to. So we know there's one region state right now that has different Limitations and requirements based on the metrics. That big to enjoy, and as a result, we thought this was a great idea, and we looked at other plans in the nation. A lot of states have responded in a county centric manner and really feel like this is the direction we should go way know that the state Supreme Court struck down with the governor had done. But the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services kind of Picked up where she left off and have recreated many of her earlier edicts. What do you do about that? The public health code does grant a lot of power in these circumstances. But already our locals have the exact same power. That's a state. We don't have to change statute to make that happen. So we have created a framework by which, if you hit certain metrics, a county could start making their own decisions. Perhaps they feel Like business capacity should be tweaked or gathering sizes should be tweaked, and that really is a decision's best maid at the local level, they know their community better than anyone else. So is this going to be the moment? Since you need Governor Wittmer signature for this to become law. Is this going to be the moment where you guys actually work together on something regarding covert 19? You've already seen that happened. Whether we're looking at the return to learn plan at school, or we recently tackles, unemployment issues, open meeting act concerns and Racing home as well, and there's there's some medical issues that the legislators worked with the executive branch on so we're looking forward to that continued part. You feel confident then Att least I don't mean to be missed reading, but Julie Callie State representative Julie Callie, with us part of the group that worked on the legislation. You feel confident at this moment that she will sign it. I think this is a great starting point with which we can continue our conversation. I look forward to those talks. What other conversations and talks are you guys involved with right now? Can you give us just a little bit of it? In terms of this legislation, me this legislation and any other legislation that you appear to be working together, the Republicans and the Democrats, the Republicans and the governor. So in order to build a framework for this bill, we reached out and talk to experts at Michigan State Medical Society..
A conversation with meditation teacher Light Watkins
"Our guest today is Light Watkins and he's been operating in the health. And wellness space since one, thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, and a world renowned meditation teacher and his passion is teaching people from all walks of life simple tools for increasing happiness finding new purpose and today light has work with thousands of people in trainings and retreats all around the world, as well as fortune five, hundred companies in championship sports teams. He's also the author of two books on Happiness and productivity called the gym and his most recent book bliss more how to succeed in meditation without really trying. This is his second appearance here on the motto Ho show and he's just a really good friend of mine. Again, this is such an insightful and powerful episode. So let's get ready and tune in very closely for this incredible conversation with the Amazing Light Watkins. Crutches. You're crushing man. We're just broke down over here. We're going in numbers. You I gotta get out of here. For some. Happen to be. A. Hurry up. Real quick. Back. We just puts it a fireman. You spend a you have to. Bear. Army leafs everything. Man here sharp come over here. Be Ready. So last time we talked you were doing when you're like I, think about you. Avatar like there's this cartoon, my son and I watch this for back in the day but there's his character named and he's Avatar and he's traveling from place to place you know. In the energy around learning, and then you move onto the next place you know you had your bag you was out there. You know and obviously things have changed. So first of all, how was that experience of traveling what is far to do that in that capacity in house have been the pivot being back home this kind of home spot here. With US and Callie. Yes. So I I went. In two thousand in May of two, thousand, eighteen, I got rid of all of my. Belongings that didn't fit in a carry on bag and I was in Santa Monica and a two bedroom apartment. I was forty five at the time so. At forty something years of stuff. Literally like baby albums had shoe boxes full of letters from you know twenty thirty years just being an adult. and. So. I sort of methodically got rid of everything and. All the memorabilia out and took photos of most of it. So I had it in the cloud. And I did it because I had A. I don't know I had. I don't know I. Think I feel like minimalism nomadic lifestyle was in the Zeitgeist at the time so I was getting this strong urge to. To have that experience, and so I just said Yes to it because I had been practising saying yes to stuff like that my you know my entire. Adult life. And I did it and so I started hopping around different cities who my carry on bag in backpack, and then I was like I can do better than this. and. Merged everything into a backpack. So got rid of the carry on. Bag. Onto that Dora the explorer. Yeah exactly and. Yes I've been doing that for the last couple of years and honestly man I have not missed having. A stability. And in fact, what I discover was that the true stability was inside right And so if you have that, you can be anywhere and you can be fine. And so when the pandemic hit. Obviously changed a lot of things because I was going international a lot. And I couldn't do that, and so I just kind of got an AIRBNB and grounded for a while but I'm still living out of my backpack. So I'm still living the lifestyle, but I'm just in one place for longer and then you know. So now what's interesting about it is that people are asking me. Do you miss being on the road all the time and I'm actually now I don't miss it at all I'm happy to be in one place because in the last couple years, I've literally been around the World Two or three times over and so you know It's nice to be able to kind of ground and focus on some projects. I got my podcast off the ground and got my third book turned in and all these other things that I was like asking for time to stop knowing that that's not a realistic ask but I was putting it out in the universe anyway and very low and behold. So is your fault times. Which is why? Twenty twenty because I know what I was.
"callie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This mental health access? And typically, they don't most most mental health providers are out of pocket. You know, for a 45 minute new evaluation For someone who's really psychotic with schizophrenia. I might get reimbursed $147 for someone who does a 20 minute cataract surgery a surgeon he's going to get $765. So you can imagine that the incentive for They're based in psychiatrist of color and women write who make up most of the help a lot of the health care force at this point, especially with doctors. How are we going to participate in this system? And so I think that we're gonna have to see a shift and where we are putting our money in the mental houses so much means we're going to need parity. I think right now we're in a really interesting transition point with that. Tell a site has been expanded. So the federal government has allowed reimbursement to occur through Medicare and wider circumstances. So more insurance companies are allowing folks to be ableto get tell us like care and get reimbursed for it. But what's gonna happen after the pandemic and also, don't forget about the 21 million who don't have Internet how they're getting access to Internet as well. S o. I think that I'd really like to see tell us like be expanded after the pandemic. I'd like to see equal reimbursement and I'd like to see parody so that people are reimbursed for the kid that provide him lets value mental health. As it should be valued. You don't know that There's a very specific subset of women workers that I want to touch on Mohr, and that's the female essential worker finding this Lauren murders and I'm from Fargo, North Dakota. I am a nurse at Fargo B. A. I have three young Children. We have had a really hard time pandemic. My husband got laid off his job for about three months. And I am a nurse. So I was essential and I had to be a hospital work overnight shift. So I have found myself needing to go home Sleep while my kids are working on school, Get up, try to correct their school and then go to work overnight and then in the morning, take them to class. If they're doing they're hyper day or there in person, Dave or needing to get the baby to daycare. It's just been a very, very stressful time. Uncle. What specific choices have female essential workers had to face Well for some female essential workers because I just want to say that the definition of essential workers has expanded during the pandemic. So grocery store clerks are workers are essential workers and many of those are women. For some of these women, you know, it's it's a hard choice between taking care of their families and going to work. And for some women, it is just not a choice. They have to go to work like that. The collar. We just had, because if they don't go to work, they don't get paid. They have to physically be there. And so you know, women are really having a tough choices to make and make making it work when it just is impossible. So like, she said, sleeping overnight, waking up taking home work starting it all over again. And so what? The store. These stories that we've heard of, you know in the show raises for me is that there seems to be a real disconnect between what's happening and the lives of women and families and what the federal and state level response to these families. You know, we still haven't reached a deal for you know the cares act or some of the other policies that would help ease the burden for for families and women on DH. It doesn't seem like it seems like there's a disconnect between you know what's happening on the ground for women and families and our strategies and solutions toe to support them. I'm Jen white. You're listening to one, eh? We're discussing the impact of the Corona virus on women in the workforce. My guests are Nicole Mason, president and CEO of the Institute for Women's Policy Research, and Callie Cyrus of Johns Hopkins Medicine. I want to turn to this message for Monte on Facebook, who says it's quickly becoming extremely glaring. How stagnant wages since the 19 eighties means it's even harder to have a one income household to call your thoughts. Yeah, So let's just be honest. The one income household hasn't been our reality for at least two or three decades. Most most households or two Income families on DH. In some instances, women are the primary breadwinner in their families. So the idea that there's a male breadwinner and there's a woman who stays home and they're able to make ends meet. It's just not our hasn't been our economic reality. And so, But what has been our reality is that even though women more women work outside of the home, they're still saddled with caretaking responsibilities. Women perform. Are responsible for 30% more caretaking responsibilities than their male counterparts for black and Latino women. That's even higher. So not only are women working more, but they're you know, nothing has changed about their caretaking responsibilities. And again it's been exacerbated as a result of the pandemic. So you know you know where this is not 19 fifties, the 19 fifties where you know one income because of the stagnation of wages and let us not forget the pay gap for women. Eso even there were working 40 hours a week. 50 for some women were still not making as much as a czar. Male counterparts. You've only got a couple of minutes left here, but Dr Cyrus, I want to make sure we acknowledge the fact that There's a group of working women who are members of the LGBTQ community and most the conversations we have about working parents. Presume heterosexual relationships. What do we know about how same sex couples or dealing with these challenges? So one. There's not as much research as there should be Most. The research right now in the LGBT couples has to do with actually youth and the safety of their households. And Sophie extrapolated that we can only think As research generally shows that so many LGBT Q. Women are exposed to sexual violence and some sort of way and imagine what that is like in the household right now, not having a way to escape and being sort of stuck at home. If you're thinking about women and that sort of respect, I think the other thing that reflect on is how we think about gender norms again. They're pretty static and pretty explainable. We can identify them between men and women. But with LGBTQ by couples, those gender roles are a bit more fluid and more flexible. And you can imagine there might be even more confusion about whose responsibility is to do what so we may have the responsibilities doled out by who goes to work and who stays at home. But in general LGBTQ populations have higher rates of smoking that have higher rates of many chronic illnesses. And she can imagine if we consider this framework again of who, how you come to the table before the pandemic, and what your predisposition is as that they're going to fare much worse much. Like women of color, low income women, non citizen women s 11 with thes minority intersectional identities at Nicole briefly for women who have Paul's their careers during the pandemic, too. You know, care Take what's the expectation that their jobs will still be there when they're ready to go back? There is no expectation on DH for many of the jobs that we lost many of those some of those air not coming back. So you know, there will not be a one for one replacement. So what This means for some women is that they're going to have to enter new professions altogether. Re Skilling additional education on DH, the professors that they may enter, maybe lower paying. They have two started an entry level position, so we will we have lost tremendous progress in terms of women in the workforce as a result of the pandemic. And a full recovery will take some time for you know, for many of the reasons we've mentioned here That's Nicole Mason, president and CEO of the Institute for Women's Policy Research. And Callie Cyrus, the community psychiatrist, an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Thanks to you, both for your time and expertise will wrap on this tweet from Cat Who says it sums up the situation for me that I was streaming your show while doing work for freelance client and I had to pause, listening and working six times..
'Cuties' Calls Out The Hypersexualization Of Young Girls - And Gets Criticized
"Film cuties premieres on Netflix later this week. It's being praised for its critique of the hyper sexual ization of young girls and the consequences of that. As they grow up in the age of social media. It would've awarded the Sundance Film Festival, but it's also being criticized for the very thing it examines. Rebecca Rossman has this report from Paris. Several years ago. My moon a Duke of a was that a neighborhood gathering when her jaw dropped a group of young girls in revealing outfits came out on a stage and performed a choreographed routine. Google says they couldn't have been more than 11 years old. They were dancing very, essentially very sexually, and I was very disturbed about what I was seeing. But instead of passing judgment, the self taught writer and filmmaker says she wanted to understand what she was seeing. She dove into research interviewing more than 100, adolescent girls over the course of a year and a half. It's a period very specific where you are not anymore. So tell your child and you are not an adult You are looking for yourself in everything is changing very fast. Duke away combined. Her findings with elements of her own upbringing in her first feature length film Cuties is about what it means to be an adolescent girl in the age of Tic Tac and instagram, where likes have become the currency of self esteem. And keeping kids away from anything on the Internet is near impossible. Someone in their new film is told from the perspective of 11 year old Amy, who like Duke Away, is the daughter of Muslim Senegalese immigrants growing up in North East Paris. Amy is unimpressed by the traditional path for women laid out by the matriarchs in her family, the divorce, they fasted. They got up to develop a sauce. I looked as her strict grand and tries to groom her to become a wife and mother. Amy watches her own. Mom struggled to hide tears when she gets a call from her husband in Senegal. As is tradition for many men there, he's taken a second wife. To escape the drama Playing out at home, Amy befriends a group of popular girls at school who have formed a dance troupe called Lame Unknown or the Cuties. Amy spends hours nailing down choreography, too provocative music videos so she could impress her new friends. Filmmaker. My Mona Ducal says social media adds a layer of complexity to what it means to be an adolescent in 2020. Today, you have that exposition off your body on social media, and you also have thiss big competition. Off finding likes and follow us, and that is for me a new kind of finding love. The film provokes many questions, but doesn't provide many answers. And that's the intention, says film critic Jennifer Progeny. Who says it's also important that cuties was made by a woman who comes from the same background and culture as her characters is really important to have more coming of age movies in France in Genoa, and not we've only white cast because I think cotton to represent Children off every backgrounds because Even if we leave the same way we don't have the same control stuff, And it's really important to see the specific age between childhood and teenage moods. And I hope my Munna open the door for other movies like this. That door almost didn't open even though Cuties has received widespread acclaim in France and Wanna Sundance Award Ah publicity Gaff from its U. S distributor, Netflix almost cost the movie its reputation. After Netflix published a marketing poster showing the cuties twerking and revealing cheerleading outfits without any context. An online petition calling for the cancellation of the US release received more than 140,000 signatures. Do. Callie was accused on social media of being a pedophile and even received death threats. She says she hopes those who signed the petition will watch the film, and after that, they will see that we have the same fights and we all together. About that issue off hype, six realization off our Children and protect our Children. In the end my moon a Duke says her film is about a choice, a choice that who we want to become. Who we want to really become in as a child. Take the time to be assigned. And keep that innocence to grow up in our society for NPR news. I'm Rebecca Rossman in Paris.
"callie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"To get me down on the stall every time it's it's very offensive. Now, if you had to say that this game is for somebody who would this game before this game is for people who are fans of of movies like Alien. I mean, it steals from alien almost to a winning lawsuit level when it comes to toe like micro management, If you liked, like, really be involved in what you're playing, Yeah. You got a kid out there who's into playing games like war machine or Warhammer? Actually, Starcraft was originally developed as a little hammer game, and then they lost the licence has had to change it, so they just stole from Warhammer instead. What do you get old? What game is going to replace? Bingo. We asked you over on social media at checkpoint on Twitter and Facebook. We're gonna talk about your answers when checkpoint. EXP RETURNS Hey, this is Callie with checkpoint save the date calendar, letting you know about the latest E sports competitions look forward to in the coming weeks. The Overwatch league is back with the countdown cup once against blowing the league into two regions for competition. It's worth noting that at the end of this tournament, there will be two more weeks of play, after which every team will have played 21 games this season. The legal agent Sommers, but we'll be running weekly all through the summer. You can tune into the LCS matches starting on Fridays each week, with matches running through Sunday evening. Playoffs are slated for the end of August into September. Joining the list of canceled EA sports events is evil. The tournament was supposed to be held online. But accusations of sexual abuse in the organization has led to the tournament's founder being ousted and the event being canceled this year. While the fortnight World Cup has gone the dream hack Fortnight, Siri's is up and running Once again, the monthly $250,000 tournament is back on as of July for RCs Go fans. SL is currently I'm breaking between seasons as of now, the SL scheduled to get underway once again on September 4th. That's it for the checkpoint, experts say. Today calendar.
"callie" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority
"Won't understand about the mailing a letter for two cents that's possible. Well, this letter came and it was that a two cent stamp on it. Well, I'd like to learn about that. Well, I'm guessing that the way it's done nowadays because everything's a forever stamp that pretty much any stamp will get get you there. That's it. There you go thinking. That's what I'm thinking. I don't know. Maybe there's some code on the stamp or this may well, we want to know that's a big savings to 22 cent stamp is a big difference from a forever stamp. It's a 50 cents what they caused as any flat earth. There will tell you referring to our realm as a globe is off Putting. We cringe when we hear podcaster used phrases such as around lowers the globe in order not to alienate your flat earth listeners. Could you please say something neutral, such as worldwide instead of planet. Say, Realm. Stop! I have no say stop for a second stop. Who is this? Who wrote this note? Hey, he's sent a note with the two cent stamp and no return address, and he only calls himself Callie Flats. Well, Callie flat smacker. I am. Very surprised. You used your privilege to assume that I'm not a flatter ther. I'm I'm surprised myself. Anyway, he goes on, Let me finish. I've said my piece Long live flat Earth Don't be the last to find out your friend and listener. That Callie Flat Smacker P s. If you felt this donations were deed, judging I will take a piece. Okay. Has one little last little note. Space is fake. Okay, well, whatever it is the Dragon next just fell out of it and splashed into.
"callie" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Just to feel that if I quit your bill, I still love you. If I quit this season, I still played his funk. My left just went by road rash baby in Spiro. Brenda. We like to keep it Don't I know this level? So if you want, I know humble. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down, Daddy. Run! No! Off my steak off my dead make a bite blowing up your whole life. I'm so sick and tired of the photo shop. Show me something that you go up you go right, don't you? Hey, This is crazy. You know that I come from a C o. But just take me a day. I don't fabricating a most thinking as a modest about this gray poupon a vey young that dead up myself. Speak. You let it kill it, or it won't be there. Be humble. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Sit down. Check this out. This deejay Callie was headed man kicking game mixed with change. Shake help. One of six. Stuff from the play instead of like I'm giving. I'm a pasta like giving.
WNBA revolts over Atlanta Dream co-owner Sen. Kelly Loeffler's comments about Black Lives Matter
"Not everyone's on board with the Black lives matter Movement in pro sports and a letter to WN BA commissioner Cathy Engelbert. Georgia Republican Senator Callie Lefler said she adamantly opposes the black lives union matter. The Black lives matter Movement and called on the league to place an American flag on the back of player jerseys instead of the names of women who've died as a result of police brutality or alleged racial violence. Butler serves his co owner of the Atlanta Dream and ESPN WN BA analyst Latina. Robinson talked about player reaction to her comments from the WMD player that I spoke to was one of shock and discuss that a co owner of a team in the league that's 80% black women would oppose the Black lives matter.
"callie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It so we're going to rock and roll and drive from Callie back here so interesting we'll see how it is we'll see how it works out I've never done anything like it you know I get the car drive to a basketball game get a car drive right back I've never taken a trip even close to that like not even a half that length so we'll see let's go to the phones three one two three three two three seven seven six Taylor in Hyde Park Kate Taylor Hey what's going on first off I've made that drive it is the worst drive I'm why I got a flat tire crappy hotels this is not a fun date jacket liberty like you know using a land line or cellphone or even worse they invented airplanes for a reason right the reason I really call it because limit these coaches and players get paid millions of dollars for her they get a five six month break from their family that sounds like a big catering to me and if he really loved his wife and it came it would be with his wife and help out of wife or your kids so they need the kind of crap so you we we we may maybe you wanted to quit his job no I'm not going to quit his job I'm saying if my wife is suffering from a disease or you know can qualify for anything from a separate record of iris if you really love his wife even what not he's not she's not sick she had cancer three years ago the doctor said you exposure to it she's at much greater risk than other people that's where it's at so basically it's all only five month vacation away from white lucky him yeah I don't I just call my wife in Astor cheese all you know what that what they're doing one thousand percent so I don't know I don't know if you have kids or not but I guarantee you most women know what kids are gonna want some support with all that that goes on throughout the year and I can't imagine anyone allowing their spouses take a six month also you're saying he should quit his job because the schools not gonna go yeah that's okay don't coach the team they're going to hire someone else that's what happens yes just like every Bradley another players are taking time off from you know doing their job with the same thing no it's not I I think this is different when you're the head coach of a football team it's different but if you don't undercounter it a contract right and if he doesn't do his job they would probably say that's okay we'll let you out of your deal that's it interesting well I still I still think it died the vacation the lucky how all right ma'am thank you for calling have a great day good weekend got to grab a time out will get more of your thoughts next listening to a cabin company won T. S. P. N. one thousand Carlos home for sports winter is small business brand catering.
Hong Kong police arrest democracy activists, media tycoon
"EMTs but I'm not so carry you do an need elderly a briefing patient Hong Kong on police oxygen superintendent from the cobble long hill wing health ho informed center as first that the responders arrested persons go in were twelve and out men of the and building two women between this is the ages where fifty of twenty five four to patients eighty one have died he for explained the corona virus that the charges including concerned Stephen authorities Vince's uncle called wanted illegal to find assemblies out the in Hong based Kong island on what was written and Callie on his death when certificate on three if occasions if there was a test in before August he's wondering and like October others including last officials year if there's under counting among going those on arrested meanwhile was nursing eighty homes one across year old the country activist make up and some of former the hardest hit lawmaker communities Martine in the nation leave for the a federal number government of pro democracy has not lawmakers been releasing in account Hong Kong of its own what an charge Associated in February Press tally over from their media involvement reports and in a state mass health anti departments government demonstration indicate nearly on the thirty seven first of thousand August deaths last have been year linked to corona virus I'm outbreaks sorry I shockingly in nursing homes nationwide Julie Walker New York
Tiger at NYC's Bronx Zoo tests positive for coronavirus
"Animals are not taking tests away from humans because they're not getting the same corona virus test as humans says Dr Paul Kelly the chief veterinarian at the Bronx there's no competition between the two there wasn't a choice made you know that we were going to spend that human tests done in animal nodding at the four year old Malayan tiger was sedated blood taken and sent to of that lab there's even a limited test for animals like humans the other Tigers and lions at the zoo are all presumed positive infected by an employee you know it's human to lion and tiger but we don't know the specific Callie says other than the original coronavirus jump there's no evidence that an animal has infected a person Julie Walker New York
Here Are All the Known Coronavirus Cases in 15 U.S. states
"An end to talk about CNN yesterday they launched a new podcast coronavirus fact versus fiction and they're good does what he's doing it as so I think that it'll probably have some would be responsible frankly let's see fifty two cases in the U. S. one in Arizona eighteen and Callie to in Florida and there had been any Florida yesterday a foreign Illinois one in Massachusetts one in New York three in our again to our island eighteen Washington state as for the six people have died Wisconsin has won New Hampshire has
No. 8 Kentucky tops No. 15 Auburn 73-66 to clinch SEC title
"Eighth ranked Kentucky has clinched the school's forty ninth SEC regular season championship defeating fifteenth ranked Auburn seventy three sixty six the Wildcats of either one or shared the league crown for the last six seasons freshman guard Tyrese Maxey scored seventeen pulled down seven rebounds and had four assists maxi cites the key reason for Kentucky's eight game winning streak starts our defense and and the guys are making plays I mean because Callie says that if individuals get better than this team will get better and I fly individual on the team I make him better sophomore guard Immanuel Quickley led all scorers he had eighteen points and pulled down a career high seventeen rebounds to lead the cats Kentucky twenty four and five overall fourteen into in league play Auburn also twenty four and five but eleven and five in the SEC Ron Friedman Lexington
"callie" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The week hearing Callie we're talking golf welcome back I'm Jim Rome we're joined right now by PGA tour pro he is thirteenth in FedEx Cup standings right now in the standings winner of the twenty ten Ben Hogan award water Washington he is a two time winner on Tor he shot a to wonder on Sunday to win the pebble beach program we are joined right now by Nick Taylor Nick it's good to have you on how are you I'm great thanks very on that this in NYC good to have you on has it sunk in yet you went wire to wire pebble beach has that sunk in yet no I don't think it has I think my wife and I keep looking at each other being down what where are we what's going on the support from Canada you know when we quoted an overwhelming the store not but upon arrival yeah we just yeah yeah by that go head neck no we don't regret no you go ahead you just want to double beach yeah I've been you know we drove down yesterday you know talking a lot of Canadian media everyone's so excited about comics every time I feel like myself and you can get the contention the support from back home and it's amazing there's this thing off and everywhere such a but a popular sport bank Canada so it's been it's been their overwhelming support and it definitely had backing up but yeah it's getting closer I did not mean to you so the reason I jumped in I was gonna say that we've got some listeners at some stations in Canada but I know really excited about that so I mentioned you went wire to wire to win there can you take me back before the first round how were you feeling at that point did you have a feeling that you might do something special last week from here on a game of the season and really for the last year so I've always loved determine who oppose courses that are well from my game and playing moderated the first day it is typically the lords of the scores and I thought that you know we got the good start that up the place to do it on one wall I actually reply proctor moderate causes three courses in just the concerts and energy and quite a get off the hawks third eagle first call on way great the rest that day and kept on going but I thought my game has been good you know I I didn't you have a great finish that the waste matter the week before but I course within that that Walgreens because that wasn't the taken many negatives from that it was moving on to the next week so you know the game was there is is kind of making if you pop the right time and definitely started early on Thursday he did so early on I was gonna say you do not wait very long because you open up that eagle on ten what's going through you when you get off to that quickly start Iraqi person about golf course that you know that there's a lot of gravel par fives if if the courts for if you can get off to a good start there there's a lot of opportunities I defy great the whole week that they're making good cop not first nine and I think I was there for under that first night in it's got the wrong one I felt like it is but it's also come from the greens forever reason last week even when they're you know polenta green can get will bumpy for a reason I carry your own hours reading greens great second line and the ball the ball going and so is the service mark we need Taylor joining us sing together two shot lead after the first day but then a lot of times guys get a lead on the first day then they go back to go to sleep they come back the next day it all falls apart yeah that's not what happened you playing really well and then you still the leader going to Sunday and you're going out with Jason day in the group in front of you and Phil Mickelson as the pairing the final group so what kind of emotions were you feeling as you walk up and went through the routine on Sunday yeah I I would be great Sunday night which I kind of expected I think you know having the lead for three straight days this kind of it can be exhausting to a certain extent but I I feel like I've always been more nervous with the anticipation of you know fine around in that situation so once I really start warming up my third feel more comfortable in you know one three teed off after kind of get the first you jitters I felt pretty comfortable again I made the critical part the really kind of calm down I had about a sixty cent river part of her soul that you know what to make that I think with with you can call me not to kind of give that lead away on the first hole and it up at a great start Phil and I were thanks three four under what about the six fold I think we just from then on we're kind of separate ourselves from that the field almost automatically takes Maryland it was kind of nice that way that I really don't have to worry about kind of what feels doing and not worry about the groups have us and its focus on what I was doing but also what you're doing and keep it simple he it's the it's interesting to me because the way was all position right that final star headline was Canada's Taylor in Mickelson's way at pebble beach which is set to he summed up the idea that everybody expected Phil to win it was a matter of how he was going to win and then you go out in thirty two what were the first nine holes like for you yeah I would it was actually pretty funny we are we are breaking the underdog roll over the loan with gas from him thirty that from the other words there's a future there was from probably my family and that was about it was very very pro fell you know I wanna be disrespect mining but they just they want to sell them and to win and I expected up I think it was it was fun to kind of be in that that arena of that of of being the underdog it's not that I just let her go to fill those just because I'm not way and I think building not lead to feel even myself I was almost you could take a step back and you have to almost look at it you have a five shot lead all the sun I think sometimes you can get out of out of sorts wheel but put the I managed it once we got to fifteen likely in and held on to talk any Taylor for a few more moments cynic me ask you this how would you compare the pressure of playing in the final round of for instance the regular season finale in order to keep your card versus the pressure of the back nine a pebble beach with Phil Mickelson to get a win yeah I I drew back on around at Wyndham a couple years ago a lot it was it's it's it's both high pressure but different scenario the felt like almost I was more nervous than had more pressure for that went around because that would keep your job were Sunday was you know that a great spot I thought I was in a good position to have a great week regardless but I get different pressure but I think once I thought the most pressure probably want to have a five shot lead and let it slip that you show your not your thoughts going through your mind that you know you lose that lead in and out when that will be on this wall so deliver pressure that it definitely drop back on that and use those five then you add that the pull through Windham helped me over from there a couple quick things for you got a couple of big things like your wife and he was not able to be with you if your first win because she was working this time she was there with you and your three month old son Charlie what it needed to share that moment with them you're a veteran country on the first when I felt like with the whirlwind and without her there was with unfortunate but it was crazy about your last year we had at the Q. social worker an awful still as a house or live kind of full ship with her line of for her to be there you know you see on TV are not family come of the green with the with the turnout provide the kind of for us to have that perspective now about that should be the one you know or will remember forever Charlie won't but of Texas is the he Nick that's a pretty nice paycheck for a nice week of work what did you guys how did you celebrate which you have for dinner so after you know a bunch of the obligations we we're so he's off the remote we have a rental house and set the grow with my in laws in order a couple domino's pizza is killed out in the pretty much at the pre Loki run a we go to friends nine hundred and it's not really but it was pretty lucky I love it all right last night it opens up the possibility of playing in the Olympics or the presidents Cup how much is that far yup big time you know the one six we're huge online last year so when we got closer to it and you know growing up there wasn't it was in reality and now that it is I think that would be a once in a lifetime experience I heard so much from her friend of mine at a play and then just build sports being able to go it should think of incredible the river this myself will better than but I want to have that opportunity some looking for that on your present covered now couple years away but that that's not a huge goal so the huge you're stuck on one without wearing thanks a lot the big week shot to wonder on Sunday when the pebble beach program a two time winner on tour now as I mentioned the winner of the twenty ten Ben Hogan award one Washington in NYC Taylor my guess they can grass on the wind great to have you on the show and I really appreciate that visit are coming out of thank you Nick nice to talk to you Nick Taylor wire to wire wires the field and beats the crowd favorite Phil Mickelson the process a great win for him you know I I didn't lay it out but I mentioned it we just reset this really quickly if we were to go back a little bit he'd once more before but it had been a little bit and he had been in some pressure situations he went in twenty eighteen into the regular season finale ranked one hundred twenty ninth here to be showing just to keep the store card whether messed with the schedule he had a tough triple bogey one point and the final round he shot a sixty three to keep store card which is why I asked the question what was more pressure playing in that final round to keep your car to keep your job or plan to beat Phil Mickelson when a pebble beach a city action was able to draw on that day and went on so looking ahead to our to to right now Chasen lock in for a will be joining us I want to talk more about Philip rivers charger fans like it's not surprising but still kind of weird right it's still kind of surreal it's still kind of bizarre it just is strange to imagine Philip rivers in somebody else's uniform I think there's a really good chance that is going to happen he wants to play he's gonna have some opportunities I think you will see him play again now if the right opportunity as a present itself I could easily seen retiring you ultimately wants to be a high school coach a few years.
"callie" Discussed on WTOP
"Is sponsored by the rocky gorge animal hospital resort and spa and joining us live in the studio once again is Danny Rizzo of the Humane rescue alliance Danny is here this morning with Callie yes Kelly she is so sweet she is about two years old she has the cutest speckles she's black and white with this one black eye and she is just so much fun she really is a sweet girl she came to us unfortunately when her previous owner was unable to take care of her and she's been with us about a month and we know that she's had puppies on but she really is looking for her own home right now and she really just a sweet girl loves to be right up in your lap really treat motivated already knows that are you know stay I'm really is a wonderful dog she's on the larger side I would say she is she is kind of built like a strong yes she's about fifty pounds he's got a big laugh he had a but he's short short little legs she's a really fun size very cute girl oh my gosh so cute so how does she do with other animals but she does really well the other animals we would recommend if you have a resident doctor bring them and make sure that they get along well and that it would be a good match for your home all right how can folksy Kelly thanks to me Kelly at our seventy one Oglethorpe street option center and they can view all of our available animals online at your main rescue lines dot org all right we hope she finds a home quickly she looks like she has a lot of love to give she sure does all right Danny thanks so much Danny Rizzo of the Humane rescue alliance don't forget we've got photos at WTOP dot com you can search pet of the week and then we'll have a video as well on our Facebook and you two pages soon it's ten forty three hi this is doctor will turn key from rocky go General Hospital and this is our seventieth anniversary there is nothing like having the knowledge and values that comes with age combined with our cutting edge medicine our goal is to make it easier to do business with us with your seventy or twenty seven our model maybe nothing once the heart like a cold nose but internally you hear me in the hall all saying of Baba perish and there is no one at rocky gorge that doesn't feel and understand both those models so.
"callie" Discussed on WTVN
"Phil Callie cloudy today were a little milder were up into the mid forties for highs today tonight rain mainly moving in after midnight we go down to a low of thirty two does look like it's going to be a wet Friday still on the mild side with a high of forty four whether powered by the basement doctor eighties at forty one Ian again Hannah forty two way your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN the prosecution is still under way in the Senate trial of the president's impeachment speech made manager Jerry Nadler took the lead the president may commit an impeachable abuse of power in two different ways by engaging clearly forbidden acts or by taking actions that that are allowed but for reasons that are not allowed for instance to obtain corrupt the private benefits now and played a clip of Alan Dershowitz one of the president's impeachment lawyers expressing the view in nineteen ninety eight that a president could be impeached for abuse of power without the president committing an underlying crime at the White House John decker fox news the democratic team has been calling on the Senate to include some key witnesses and evidence to ensure a fair trial the growing crisis over the corona viruses city in China at the center of the outbreak as well as two more are now are now on lockdown as they try to stop the spread of the virus that has sickened nearly six hundred and seventeen people have died some cities in China are going on lockdown in Wuhan they have an active a travel ban after this virus sickened more than six hundred people and killed nearly twenty anybody that got out of Wuhan before that ban went into effect will be funneled through one of five US airports that are performing mandatory screenings doctors I spoke with expect to see more cases of the corona virus here in the United States A. B. C.'s Kayla went where it says many of those who died in China where the root of the result of the virus also had previous underlying conditions that had week into their immune system three suspects in the robbery of a jewelry store in eastern earlier this week remain behind bars on seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars bond today the suspect could be associated with a gang that's hit multiple jewelry stores in the Toledo Cleveland and Michigan areas Columbus police detective a brand beard with ABC six all three of the men from Cleveland were tracked down just minutes after the jewels were stolen from the Jared store on Morse crossing Tuesday most of the stolen merchandise was also recovered during their arrest body camera video of the arrest is available at six ten WTVN dot com Columbus police meanwhile say they were informed recently after a sticker reading it's okay to be whites appeared at both the bins elementary school in crossroads United Methodist Church last week causing concern.
Libya's eastern-based forces move to halt oil exports
"Libyan commander Callie fought Haftar has blocked oil exports imports under his control slashing output by more than half the move poses a potential setback for an international conference on Sunday that aims to broker an end to to a civil war in Libya the national oil company declared force majeure which can allow Libya which holds Africa's largest proven oil reserves to legally suspended delivery contracts by shutting down the oil fields Haftar is denying a key source of revenue to the internationally elected
Libya's pro-Haftar forces block oil exports from key ports
"Libyan commander Callie fought Haftar has blocked oil exports imports under his control slashing output by more than half the move poses a potential setback for an international conference on Sunday that aims to broker an end to to a civil war in Libya the national oil company declared force majeure which can allow Libya which holds Africa's largest proven oil reserves to legally suspended delivery contracts by shutting down the oil fields Haftar is denying a key source of revenue to the internationally elected
Former Kentucky governor defends controversial pardon
"Now former Kentucky governor Matt Bevin once again defending several controversial pardons issued on his way out of office can't Kelly's prosecutor launches an investigation in the last minute pardons issued by former governor of Kentucky Matt Bevin he is defending his actions Republican was voted out of office in November says he examined every case closely including case a forty one year old Mike a shuttle and all the Kentucky serving time for raping a nine year old there was zero evidence zero both their Hyman's were intact this is perhaps more specific than people would want but trust me if you have been repeatedly sexually violated as a small child by an adult there are going to be replications of that physically in medically seven tells WHAS if the Commonwealth attorney in canton Callie could defend keeping an innocent person in jail says that's his
"callie" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Were a Callie flag with long lines in voting problems last year is trying to make sure it does not happen again details on the new voting machines Johnson County is fine conditions fitting for fall are back today will be breezy and mild Marcus Bailey is tracking when some much needed rain will return to the market soon renewing your registration we as easy as going to the grocery store more on new kiosks coming to some in the Kroger store. we. more. good morning welcome to Wednesday September twenty fifth here on daybreak watching everything to get today started including the morning drive with Steffi made that reports coming up in a minute first for forecast with Marcus Bailey actually not quite as cool as this time yesterday a couple degrees warmer which makes all the difference in the world we had some errors in the forties yesterday morning so that was pretty impressive we're kind of culture that sixty degree mark which will more man please don't mind you like Jack I don't think it's going to be all that cold all that long now we're keeping an eye on and you are to get a preview this little bit is there actually is a rain chance talk about today don't think it's for everybody so we'll walk you through that for it's not gonna happen here this morning your morning drive gonna be high and dry numbers right now not bad fifty seven fishers fifty six downtown in Brownsburg good morning fifty five degrees start things off sixty two officially at the airport the winds are out of the south at around nine miles per hour hoping to bring in some of that slightly warmer air compared to yesterday morning I foresee no major problems weather wise for the morning drive will give you the green light just kind of a clear sky temperatures in the upper fifties as is our rolling through much of the morning commute fifty five in Kokomo now sixty one in Muncie fifty five also in Richmond fifty four Shelbyville in fifty eight in Bloomington so these are numbers are running about six or seven degrees warmer than this time yesterday morning as we go through the day today by eleven o'clock on the seventy one once we get past lunch time we will introduce some rain chances to the forecast numbers get into the mid upper seventies which is going to be a little warmer than where we finished off yesterday but still close to average for this time of year does for highs seventy eight seventy four normal for this day satellite and radar just some of those clouds moving through should make for a real pretty daybreak shot as we get into the seven o'clock hour from tracking this cold front now that's crossed over the Mississippi River there's a little bit of thunderstorm activity just west of the Peoria area rent watches as of March is eastbound I don't think it has a lot of pop with it in terms of moisture but the. will be some select few locations we get later in the day and.
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"Attorneys for our Callie asking a judge to find in jail as acts of wine news is next first your WLS weather channel forecast and for today some clouds and scattered showers and thunderstorms mainly during the afternoon hours a high near eighty four degrees tonight cloudy stray shower thunderstorm possible sixty eight and tomorrow some clouds and scattered thunderstorms high eighty nine degrees right now seventy nine partly sunny at all here seventy seven mid weight seventy three currently at the lake front is our sponsored in part by express pros dot com express employment professionals is thanking workers in a big way this August expresses awarding one thousand dollars cash prizes weekly and a chance to win a ten thousand dollar vacation register on the express jobs apple express pros dot com express those jobs get to know expresses the sun times reporting that are Kelly's attorney Steve Greenberg said in a filing yesterday that Andrea Kelly appeared cold on countless media outlets disparaging Robert Kelly and making accusations and charges the singer faces more than twenty sex related counts in cook county criminal courts alleging a abuse and assaulted women he has denied all wrongdoing Andrea Kelly's lawyer says the singer is broken the confidentiality agreement and many times himself the couple's divorce is garnered attention since the singer was jailed for three days in March for paying a hundred and sixty thousand dollars in child support the city of Chicago says it expects more than two point one million passengers to travel to retire ports for the fourth of July holiday the city department of aviation saying that one point six million passengers are expected at all here nearly four hundred ninety thousand at midway Lee Iacocca being remembered as a master pitchman who became a corporate folk hero Audie a resurrected Chrysler former colleagues say Iacocca died at the age of ninety four in Bel Air California he had a thirty two year run at Ford and Chrysler W. all US news time nine thirty two Kennedy here downtown twenty seven twenty five out Eisenhower Thorndale to the post office thirty seven twenty nine outbound Dan right an accident two left lanes blocked invalid eighty seven next traffic update in about fifteen minutes next news update at ten on Nick Dale W. L. essay M. E. ninety news.