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Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 7 months ago

Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

"The defense and prosecution of made their closing arguments in the Wisconsin murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the teen who killed two protesters in August of twenty twenty summing up the trial as heard on court TV Canosa county assistant district attorney Thomas Bangor says Kyle Rittenhouse then seventeen was not the frightened child the defense portrayed when he brought a semi automatic weapon to a racial justice protests you're not allowed to run around point you're gonna pay defense attorney mark Richard says Rittenhouse only shot those who threatened him calling it self defense one with a skateboard one of his hands one of his feet one with a gun prompting this for a bottle from another prosecutor James Krause so much to tell the parents and grandparents and Santa Claus getting skateboards this Christmas about how they're giving their children a deadly weapon I guess they should get in a R. fifteen instead the judge has given instructions to the jury and they begin deliberations in the morning I'm Jackie Quinn

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Sheriff: 3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Sheriff: 3 dead, 2 wounded in shooting at Wisconsin tavern

"I'm Julie Walker three people were killed two seriously wounded in a shooting at a Wisconsin tavern early Sunday and police are searching for the gunman Canosa county sheriff David Beth says the gunman knew the victims we don't believe this was a random act I I currently from what I've been told believe that the three people who passed away probably knew each other and this was targeted situation he says the government was asked to leave and removed from the summers house tavern but came back he wasn't cooperating with the with the with the management there so exactly what he did I can't tell you but I believe you returned a short time later and in came in and did the shootings sheriff Beth says shots were fired inside and outside the very busy bar I'm Julie Walker

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"canosa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"canosa county" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Biden Call's it harrowing. ELISA Brady Fox News his description to some of the video from the Capitol attack being used in the Senate trial of the former president that we still isn't saying whether his predecessor should be convicted boxes. Jared Halpern is following the trial live on Capitol Hill, House Democrats spent this third day of the impeachment trial, arguing that President Trump encouraged supporters who breached the U. S Capitol. Colorado Democrat Dianne to get using statements from some of those supporters as evidence as more and more of these people have been charged that confession and the regret Simply Cascades and David, shown. An attorney for the former president says House managers showed no link to the writers and President Trump and the trial is doing harm. This is the antithesis of a process that would lead to healing or unity or accountability shown. Also says the trial is unconstitutional for a president already out of office. Lisa Thanks, Jared. The defense begins presenting its case tomorrow. A Wisconsin judge denies a new arrest warrant for the teenager charged with killing two people during last summer's riots in Kenosha Canosa County prosecutor's request to rearrest 18 year old Kyle written house and to increase his bond for failing to provide his current address is denied by Kenosha County Judge Bruce Schroeder. I don't have the authority to you sure, the weren't the district attorney is Talking about, and I don't agree with his analysis of what these procedure for getting the band change. The judge also ordering written house to provide his current address to the court under seal for his own protection. He's accused in the shooting deaths of two men and the injury of another during the Kenosha riots last summer, for which his attorney says that video evidence will prove self defense Jeff but also the White House, deferring to the CDC on guidelines for Reed opening schools that's now expected out tomorrow. America is listening to Fox News. From the mosque, Nissan Traffic.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"In the Bucks beat Green Bay 31 26 for the NFC title. The Buccaneers will meet up with the Chiefs for Super Bowl Sunday. I hit and run in Milwaukee, taking the life of an unidentified man. It happened just after 6 P.m. Sunday The victim crossing Fondle Act near Silver Spring, the 56 year old proclaimed dead at the scene. Police did find the suspect's vehicle Now they're looking for the driver. Later crash left a man dead on Milwaukee's north side, the unidentified 55 year old a rider in a car that hit a tree near 27th and capital just before 10 last night. Witnesses say the driver was speeding and lost control while trying to pass another car on the right. A suspect is in custody facing charges of homicide by the intoxicated use of a vehicle. Open 19 vaccine eligibility will open up to anyone. 65 older Phase B one B, rather expanding upon current eligible groups that include Frontline health care workers. Nursing home and long term care facility residents and police and firefighters the Department of Health meeting this week to decide whether to include teachers and grocery store workers in the next phase, Wisconsin so far has delivered 310,000 doses since the middle of December. Time for the WTMJ drinking Associates market update everything everything in the red At this hour, the Dow was down 1 87 at 30,008 09 the NASDAQ Down 24 at 13,005 18, the S and P is down almost 13 at 38 28. Wtmj paella wi dot com Time Saver Traffic 94 inbound from Highway 16 to the zoo is smooth at 10 minutes from the suit to the market will take you 7 41 45 south on highway Cute to the zoo is a 14 minute ride. 43 inbound and brown, dear to the market will take you 13 minutes 94 inbound from latent to the markets seven minutes. WTMJ five day forecast A winter weather Advisory for Sheboygan Washington Ozaki Jefferson Walker saw Milwaukee Wallwork Kristina Canosa counties kicks in six tonight until six PM tomorrow cloudy and breezy today. Snow moving in later with a high of 31 snow and windy Tonight, Low 27 Snow early Tomorrow morning Lake Snow Possible could see 4 to 6 inches around here heavier amounts to the south less to our Northwest. Tomorrow of 30. Wednesday cloudy and cold 24 Thursday Sunny and cold 24 Friday sunshine with a high of 31 in Delafield. It's 20 South Milwaukee, 20 in Milwaukee. We are at 23 degrees. I'm Jane, that Mayor, you're siding. Unlimited.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:21 min | 1 year ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"I'm Jim Pack along with brought back to Michigan. And remember, you could be part of the show by giving us a call on the AC unit mortgage talking tax line. 855. 61616 20. Brad Did that from Greenville Bread. Good afternoon. How could we help you today? I've got a question. I asked. The first one was most important you've recommended when you do transplanting the fertilized I've looked in stores for fertilizer specifically for that. Can't find anything. Can you tell me what it is? I should be looking for Transplanting. Everybody is basically I moved a bunch of Right. So you can. There's a number of just basic tree on DH shrub fertilizers that that should be available in the super. I mean, in the in the nursery garden centres and You know, So I'm thinking thinking along the lines of do you recall like this bike's? There was these jobs, spikes or different types of Spike's a cz bigger fan of a zoo. Yeah, as a granular fertilizer and just just a very gentle, small amount. Follow the label, and that gives him enough food. But more importantly, remember with new plants a special these are provided. You're Where were you calling from air? You sandy, gravelly soils are more clay soils. It's kind of a combination. That was a former quarry a long time ago. Uh, it's what I call Lomb. Iraqi A hand for sure. Sure go right. You will definitely want to make sure that you're giving your provide plenty of water right up until we had. We kind of like to say till the hoses froze. So you know you're going to get to the point where every time you go try to go water. It's the holes all freeze, And that's the time to give it up. But until then, make sure you give him plenty of water. And then a gentle fertilizer, But you're gonna want I should say When did you transplant the's just about a month ago when I need no, it's nitrogen pipe happen. And and Ah ah! What vices No. One third of the third ingredient to their particular ratio I need on that. A 10 10 10 is typically all you needed was just a very well balanced 10 10 10 and I would probably wait now to fertilize until Intel's until spring, because right now we don't want to fertilize too much and get growth happened. You know more growth occurring. So, you know, conferred allies again, if you if you want way into the way into like November late November and that fertilizer will stay suspended in the soil till spring, where it can grab it. Okay. Your temple. More questions. Your brand brand I got a one acre lot and about half acre of this mold got into. It must've been for a couple weeks and know what it must been a bunch of anyway, it's it's just it. It kept the grass alive, but it's just all bumpy. With their tunnels that they made. What can I do for that? We're rolling. Itjust work or what is going to give a recommendation. You could try rolling it. I wouldn't put a lot of effort into it until springtime. You might find that just the freeze and thaw cycles over winter may allow it to to set a little a little bit. And then if you want to, you can try to roll in the spring if it's still lumpy. But the main thing will be to get that grass is thickened up and beefed up because typically the lumps and the bumps are more from inconsistencies in the thatch layers than it is from tunnels air holes in the ground. So getting that lawn thickened up again will help even the thatch layer out, which is which will smooth out the ground. So wait till spring and see what you have at that point. Calls back and let us know how it goes. Yes, it by all means. Thank you very much, Brad. We appreciate that. Call the loamy soil of green nail. Remember, the angular mortgage text line is available. 85561616 20 right now, Kevin Wells is going to come in from the W T. M. J 20 for a newsroom and give us the latest given At least 15 people testing positive for covert 19 at an inpatient rehabilitation unit at Friedrich Hospital this week, according to the hospital patients and staff on the covert floor last weekend were tested. No source has been identified. However, the patients who did test positive were moved to a different floor. Staff members who tested positive are now in quarantine. The school district of South Milwaukee has decided to move the 100 per cent virtual learning starting on Monday. In a letter to parents Superintendent Jeff Weiss says that quote he has committed to following the data this summer and intends to follow that data through the school year. South Milwaukee saw 76 new cases from October 9th through the 16th the most out of any week to start a pandemic. They've also seen two deaths this week. Canosa County District Attorney Michael Gravely, says any social media rumors, claiming that he will announce Monday on whether to charge Kenosha police officer for the shooting of Jacob Blake are false. Gravely, says the use of force consultant hired to review the case for any decision that has not finished the investigation, adding that all facts present to them will be will determine their decision at a later date. W T m J paella w dot com Time Saver Traffic.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Than ever is the time that we need to start lowering the temperature of the state. You need to start bringing people together. I'm trying to find some common ground solutions to lose forward governor ever says The lack of urgency is disappointing President Trump's trip to Kenosha Still on For tomorrow he's expected to meet with law enforcement and survey the damage done to the city after protests following the Jacob like shooting team J. Forrest Lauren Linder has more Canosa County Board of Supervisors have differing opinions on the visit. Here's what two of them had to say on CNN this morning. I think what's important here is for the president to come visit the city cannot seat where a lot of this destruction happened and then let the people who call Kenosha home. No, that that he heard the Christ for hope. I think it's all I got slow things down. It's going to make things more division of as you said, and I think it's going to hinder. We're trying to go in next year's governor. Evers and other leaders have asked the president to rethink his visit to the states, saying it might hinder the healing in Kenosha murder case involving an off duty Milwaukee police officers heading to trial Michael Mattioli is facing first degree reckless homicide charges in the death of Joe Lhasa, vato in May. After a fight inside Manoli's home. Mattioli was in court this afternoon, he said to be arraigned next Tuesday. Spicer Forum and Miller Park will be used for early in person voting this year amid the Koven 19 pandemic. Walking. Mayor Tom Barrett says the goal is to accommodate as many people as possible, including drive thru Voting Parkway will ensure that drive thru voting is not just safe but also efficient and easy. If one of Tokyo's newest attractions is functioning properly, you won't be able to see it or at least inside it. It may take a leap of faith to avail yourself of Tokyo's newest facilities, the walls of the city's newly installed public toilets or transparent before people enter. But enter and locked the door from inside and the walls turn opaque. The architect says he wanted to challenge the stereotypes of dirty and dangerous public toilets. And for those worried about what could be a catastrophic mechanical failure, Designers say if power is cut the walls default. To the opaque mode. Dave Packer ABC News W T. M. J News Time for 30.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:04 min | 2 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"In river west Logan square and Fulton market among other neighborhoods asking for the alfresco street closures as well which could end up eating into parking meter revenue but those in the industry say they need help some barely hanging on laying off most of their staff to stay afloat probably our mail changes her mind Chicago's restaurants and we just want to get everything open the one thing to keep in mind though with this outdoor plan is of course the weather if restaurants do not have a covered patio and they put these tables outdoors will they put canopies up there is just a lot to figure out logistically the mayor said she's been in conversations for weeks with industry leaders and she just needs a bit more time to carry this out safely I live in lake view data radic WGN news thank you Dana today health officials announced another eighty seven people have died from carbon nineteen in Illinois that brings the state's death toll up to more than forty six hundred and additional two thousand two hundred sixty eight people tested positive for the virus there are now more than one hundred two thousand confirmed cases of covert nineteen across the state still all regions of Illinois remain on track to move to phase three of the governor's re opening plan by the end of this month yeah but after two months of the stay at home or to the economic impact of the pandemic has resulted in staggering numbers of people out of work governor says reviving employment is a top priority as people continue to report problems filing for unemployment it's a tragedy that requires us to really put shoulder to the wheel to make sure that not only the federal dollars that have been provided through PPP but also the state covert relief effort is trying to revive is working to revive employment and revive small businesses and to get people back to work that's that's certainly a very an extraordinarily high priority for me phase three also includes the re opening of barber shops and salons as well as retail offices and manufacturing with restrictions never puts his executive powers face another legal challenge tomorrow the lawyer for house Republican Darren Bailey is filing another lawsuit downstate this time he's representing an Iraq war veteran who owns a tanning salon in Lewisville the court documents he argues the governor's executive powers expired after thirty days and state health officials didn't meet the burden of proof to close his business last month Darren Bailey got an injunction over the stay at home order that apply only to himself number Pritzker wants the case moved to federal court the Illinois houses passed a plan to expand the state's vote by mail program this fall that measure would only affect the upcoming general elections scheduled for November third vote by mail applications will be sent to registered voters who participated in the twenty eighteen twenty nineteen or twenty twenty elections Republicans called the move a partisan power play have a party line vote approving the measure person that believes in ultimate certainties but there are two certainties one of them life one that we will see the sun rise in the morning in the second one is that we'll see voter fraud November particular you know when I get a real cost of a robust nature perfectly with this bill we had a birth plan would also make this November's election day a state holiday Illinois Senate is expected to vote on the bill tomorrow the County Board approved a resolution to provide first responders with the addresses of people who tested positive for covert nineteen it allows only the address is not the names of patients in cook county the intention is to protect first responders but many considered a dangerous violation of privacy board president Toni Preckwinkle said she was profoundly disappointed by the vote and Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot said we will never allow this to become law in Chicago supporters say the measure provides an extra layer of protection for first responders and the information expires after sixty days some financial breathing room is coming for cook county property owners commissioners voted unanimously not to collect the monthly one and a half percent interest rate penalty on late payments until October first the second installment payments off for twenty nineteen are due August third but payments completed by October will be considered on time new tonight AT ten the CTA is mourning the loss of a sixth employee to cover ninety officials say the employee was a bus driver who joined the C. T. A. back in nineteen ninety seven in a statement CTA president Dorval Carter said at CTA we are very much a family and we offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of this beloved employee we join with all of Chicago appreciation of this employees dedication to our city and our CTA customers married for decades their lives came to an end this past week from the coronavirus couple for Naperville married for seventy years died just days apart from each other the region's Patrick Elwood spoke with the couple's granddaughter he joins us now with more like a Joe nice to see you again the shared a life together seventy plus years and as we have heard before after one of them died the other soon followed is everything to me my grandparents raised me they they were very caring people kind hearted genuine and they both truly cared about each other it's a huge loss for for a whole entire family in Chicago Julie factories coming to us from Irvine California she's talking about her grandparents pod mount was eighty seven how reliable was ninety they were married for seventy one years old United together and left together she's not sure who got covert first or exactly how but the family has their suspicions both had been hospitalized for unrelated covert issues he had lung and heart problems she had a couple of broken bones and had to go to a rehab facility we think that the virus came from either that we have the ability record the factors lived in Naperville Julie says are grandparents raised her and like other heart wrenching stories we've heard before no family members were able to be with them in their last hours Julie says she was able to thank her grandmother by way of zoom and the nurses help her grandfather unable to speak so that was impossible but he was able to convey to his wife his thanks and his deathbed regrets it when my father dropped her off she she kind of she kind of had the instincts where like she may not come back home so she did she did Hey don't worry about me I am I'm getting old and I the last words that I that I could say to her was thank you so much for taking care of me and for everything that you do for me for any mistakes I have made her funeral was yesterday and per state allowances just ten ten family members allowed Julie other family and friends were able to attend virtually on livestream their legacy is quite long four children eight grandchildren and thirteen great grandchildren they will be remembered for years and years and years can you talk about someone who live so long to be taken out by cold it's cool I think you have to have concern tonight about the number of code nineteen cases at the Amazon campus in Kenosha Wisconsin Milwaukee journal Sentinel reporting at least thirty two workers have contracted the novel coronavirus but they can't be sure Canosa county's health officer say the company has a fully cooperated with public health officials were trying to track cases workers believe the number of cases is higher health officials say they'll consider shutting down the Canosa facilities of Amazon if they do not cooperate a new drive through cover nineteen testing facility is opening tomorrow in the northwest suburbs it's located at the rolling meadows high school today was the final rehearsal for officials who will be administering those tests tests are collaborative effort between the.

"canosa county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"The university of Illinois another correctional my brought stop Hey a four seven goes yeah I hate air it's the brat stop right stop get the kind of flatten the A. when you go to Wisconsin even more and that's the right stuff still recalls that the brat stop this isn't really related it's just coincidental but I'm gonna tell you anyway they can OSHA County Board supervisor has tested positive for the virus Canosa county board president so they didn't have the County Board that decided not to and still the you know the safe restrictions to let them grow more lax yeah so that devotees supervisor not obviously added it's it's coincidental that that day the infection would have come before yesterday but that justice is something that's going on there yeah filled up hopefully here she is okay and or will be will be okay let's let's play the game deal or No deal three one two nine eight one twenty two hundred if you want to win a fabulous prize call us and play with Patricia kera none other she's one of the faces of the hit game show that's been around for so long she's also Chicago native and Patricia it's good thank you for coming back to play this game you did a couple weeks ago were like Hey we do it sure I'm in you might thank you and I great to be back thank you yeah you're on the west coast now because that's where your career is taking your course and keeping you busy and doing all kinds of what what what information are we would deal deal no deal it feels it's been on forever if he doesn't fight and the last year we had the reboot with incredible it was great a updated version of deal or No deal right now both of the shows of it from the first version to the reboot and even the daytime version are on the game show network and then hopefully will get picked up again we'll see what happens yeah I'd love it if you dead in you your one way fare terrors of deal or No deal they really got into your life and being a Greek American did you break a plate one day or some breaking play I can't remember if you don't want to stuff we we definitely we had a three family from California we've had a great family Chicago actually a couple family from Chicago and yeah we did it because a lot of fun so yeah it's really cool and incorporate our background quite a bit and very proud to be a Chicago and very proud to be Greek so it's cool that they bring that in yeah which is what we all do privately at home we just break plates and run that relegation like Hey and Obama this is this is what happens instead of what we we play more cheese do you don't serve any cheese that isn't claiming that's just how it goes when you're a Greek American that's why you know you're doing some with Donny Osmond I wanna get to that before we play our game deal or no deal will go through the rules in a minute here Donnie you ninety thousand are teaming up for something we did we got in impersonal actually that on all the time actually renewed it it's done very well in the seventies music it's who I thought he did they're still a hit but it's seventy three days that we go through all the seventies music we reminisce it's really cool because I grew up watching you know Donny Osmond loved his music love the former retail and when we shot and they get back you got to go to either hello which I don't know if they're doing anymore but yeah I think you can get a hold on all the time in people been hitting me up letting me know they they really love by mid December music and I'm a big seventy fan myself I am too time is an eighties I love it I was just we just said staying alive on battle soundtrack on them in the house the other day that's kind makes you move and we all of the and on the other I I I do too because you know he was at Joseph he was starting Joseph and the amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat for years in Chicago and he was super super nice to everybody there's just so many Donny Osmond being nice stories circulating in that school I want to be able to say he is extremely nice and gosh so talented and I knew they were talented but watch their show I was blown away they're incredible he's quite the guy though yeah when working men so yet even in an election about the seventies music it's actually really cool all right we got our callers on the line we're going to play deal or no deal with Patricia Carroll one of the stars of dealer note here in just a minute here on W. and so stay on favorite favorite to post wrong why WGN America's.

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"canosa county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"Were asked if they wanted some version of legalization all sixteen voted yes in Milwaukee county seventy percent said yes the full legalization eighty five percent of receding county wanted medical marijuana as did eighty eight percent of Canosa county people are or and it's really important that we realize that our boxes are the people we couldn't reach Republican legislative leaders because of the holiday but some have voiced their opposition in the past I still don't believe the supports their within the Senate caucus to move in that direction but you know I know the debates going on nationwide the Republican assembly speaker robin Voss actually supports legalizing medical marijuana but he says politically it's unrealistic right now in terms of the tax revenue we won't know for awhile what Illinois brings in looking at other states Nevada made seventy million dollars in twenty eighteen Colorado made two hundred sixty six million in Illinois David Shulman CBS fifty eight news I honestly couldn't believe what I was watching how that got past the editorial standards of typical journalism just escapes me nothing about the health impacts nothing about the fact that fatal car crashes are up in Colorado and every major study that's been done and it says it's because of legalized marijuana organized crime activity is up in Colorado you wouldn't know that you would think well it's all good and hate even Republican robin Voss once medical marijuana that was advocacy pretending to be journalism now sure but I don't know if he's just less experienced in covering is bias then the other reporters but the whole point of the coverage they celebrate Tory don't look at the thousands of people outside this pot dispensary it's essentially one large argumentum ad populum fallacy marijuana should be legalized because all of these people want marijuana to be legalized and what a group of people it was that were waiting outside this dispensary in Mundelein Illinois how about.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Always on the music festival happening at summer fest today that of course is willie nelson willy nelson and a bunch of his friends are going to be at the american family insurance amphitheater tonight i've never seen willie nelson concert but i bet that would be a pretty incredible show that's what kind of bucket list states really really good and something funny is that he's really late tonight he's like The last ten thirty. hey wanted update you on a major story breaking news this afternoon w._t._m._j.'s eric bill stead is reporting that a suspect has been arrested and taken into custody in the shooting death of perceived police officer john hetland who was gunned down at a bar last week trying to stop an armed robber this guy's been on the run for a long time eric is with us what do we know aarc john we know that a suspect who is allegedly the one involved in this shooting of officer john hetland was arrested in milwaukee the day after hetland was buried in racine at this point but we have not been able to confirm whether or not a tip led to this arrest whether or not the what north of seventy thousand dollars reward funds led to this arrest or if it was something else as part of the investigation but as of now sources close to the investigation are telling me that in arrest has been named her has been made that suspect taken into custody here in milwaukee not in receipt Gene, where that shooting took place. hairikhyan i've covered a lot of these kind of stories where someone remains at large and it always seems like it's a matter of time before the person taken into custody i can think of very few instances where someone is wanted and they remain on the lam they remain especially a crime like this arrested in milwaukee according to your sources it'll be very interesting to find out eric what he was doing the past several days in what the circumstances were that led to him being taken into custody and whenever it to take this long to john you start to wonder whether or not that person is further away or even right still in the same neighborhood of something like this in this case several days if you recall it wasn't a day later when sheriff david bethel canosa county sheriff the lead investigator in this had guaranteed that they were going to find their man that it would happen in arrest would be made and also said hey look we're going to catch the guy anyway if you know who did it let us know and make yourself some money you know the reward funds were seventy eight thousand dollars like i said don't at this point whether or not that money had anything to do with this but it sounds like they got their guy that's great news so he was off duty john hetland he aerobically intervened is an armed robbery was going down at teasers bar one of the things we'll never know investigators will never know would he shot other people in the bar would he shot employee's we've got scared and opened up with that weapon instead john hetland springs into action literally jumps over the bar tries to stop him in his shot and killed john hetland leaves behind a couple of kids hunters fifteen broke his eight you could see video those heartbroken kids and other family members at his funeral and eric that was so emotional yesterday and now this comes one day after that funeral it's amazing you see it time and time again when an officer is killed in the line of duty or in this case off duty and you see all of the rank and file there and you saw it again yesterday it's just it gave you chills to see at the hundreds of officers in uniform all saluting this man who they all say was a hero that night eric bill said break in the story this afternoon sources telling eric that arrest has been made in the shooting death of racine police officer john hetland our newsrooms working very hard on this story as we confirm further details we will pass it on to you thank you so much erik jim you know pure beth who eric mentioned they're saying at hetland funeral we know that one person gave his life so everybody else would be safe the pastor care baylor at the funeral saying where is god's grace in this horrible circumstance it is found in community it is found in family it is found in a community of police officers and those police officers most definitely consider themselves family so the news this afternoon being reported by eric bill stead is that a suspect has been arrested in the shooting death foreseen police officer john hetland it's four twenty six at w._t._m._j. news about your money here's brad allen with w._t._m._j. drake and associates market update the dow fell today but the s._n._p. and nasdaq rose as investors look ahead to the g. twenty summit this weekend the dow jones industrial average credit ten points lower with boeing is the worst performing stock on the index the s. and p. five hundred rose point three eight percent sent and the nasdaq composite advance point seven three percent the u._s. and china are scheduled to meet at the g twenty summit in japan on saturday the two leaders are expected to discuss trade with investors hoping that the u._s. and china can make progress towards ending the ongoing trade war and economic news the commerce department said the u._s. economy grew at a solid rate of three point one percent in the first quarter but some components like consumer spending and business investments grew at a slower pace than previously estimated in corporate news walgreens boots alliance climb four percent today after the pharmacy operator reported better than expected quarterly results for drake in associates i'm brad allen financial advisor for newsradio w._t._m._j. as a discount real estate broker i'm often asked why we charge less and there are a few reasons we charge less because we can low overhead allows for it our low commission structure also gives us an over the firms that will give you everything we will but charge you substantially more and lastly we charge you less.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Goes blah blah blah and you say we'll be fine carbo jopstone to fit your budget then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes savings coming at ya savings coming at you yes no maybe anyway see you practice tonight i got new lyrics for the rap break progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law Well, I'm heading out to go give speech on tech innovation and financial wellness John. But what are you going to be doing? No. Three the try that one. There we go. Sorry about that, Bill troubles. So it's pride month pride fest is this week and the pride parade is after that coming of videos are thing I never paid any attention to it. But now I'm seeing them pop up some of them have millions of us. One of them was by Chicago, and it must be hard enough for young people to tell the world, their parents say that they're gay. But then the videos they make of that process will break your heart and encourage you a young man in Chicago posted one. He'll tell us the story about that on the show today. We'll talk a little bit about reparations will finish our week long conversation about the cubs socks series after the news. Well sounds like an awesome show. Tune in everybody and tune into Steve Cochran. Celebrating the most valuable person on the planet weekday mornings at seven twenty and seven twenty WGN smart, speaker users, say, play WGN radio on tune in the news is sponsored by deck tech. Here's dave. Sean cloudy skies in sixty two at O'Hare the reward for information leading to the gunman who killed an off-duty police officer at a bar in Racine. Wisconsin is now thirty seven thousand dollars Canosa county sheriff David Beth says they've received hundreds of tips since releasing the image of the man, but still have not been able to identify him, seeing all dressed in black. I saw people are forty pictures and their forty leaves. I've seen a whole list of them, but don't stop that. Don't stop giving us more information until this person's in jail. we're going to follow up every single thing that comes in too quickly as possible visitation for officer john hetland will be tuesday with a funeral set for wednesday groups opposed to the lincoln yards mega-development today asked a judge to block the city from using any money on the project from our chicago taxpayers should not.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:45 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"They are still looking for a cop killer. That is it's remarkable, but he's still on the Lam a police cruiser sits in front of the Racine. Police station this morning as a makeshift memorial grows for officer John Hetland oncein says friend, too many hero to all and he really was John heavens seemed to know everybody in the community more than twenty years with the Racine PD this man works near teasers the bar where this all took place. He tells today's Tim before he's known Hetland long time. It's just sad. When you get somebody like that, that wants to help is community, and then his life is taken so senselessly. So a man entered teasers, he was behind the bar. That's when Hetland jumped over the bar to grab him. A scuffle ensued one shot. They believe was fired. And that killed hatlin, of course, this suspect, then took off running still no idea where he is who he is. Hopefully, there's more behind the scenes that we don't know. But right now, they're searching for this guy. There is a reward now of more than twenty five thousand dollars for information leading to an arrest. But here we are more than a day later still no sign of this, man, that they are searching for which is unfortunate as the city really just deals with this on the city really in shocked been decades since something like this happen. Of course he was off duty. But either way Cup being Cup tried to stop the bad guy and lost his life. Doing some were you at all surprised yesterday afternoon during the press conference that Canosa county sheriff David Beth held didn't speak as much to the ongoing investigation. And manhunt as I was, I think personally, hoping to protect some things if you have a lead, you're not going to say, yeah, we're checking out this neighborhood, because we think he might be there. They're run the risk of the word getting out to run again. I was I was hoping for a little bit more in terms of where are you in terms of the investigation is focused, solely on that immediate neighborhood hasn't been expanded at all? Hey, you know what the sheriff Beth is very outspoken, generally news conferences. So I, I was surprised that he said, we're going to catch the guy real confidence saying that this guy will be brought to Justice. I don't know. I mean you can't be transparent with all of the investigation. I'm sure there are things they know that we don't, and hopefully some of these tips pan out, hopefully they have a lead that they're already working that we learn about today. I mean I don't know I needed more from him. He may do this little bit later. I'm curious to know what received residents are feeling this morning. Are they on edge? Are they nervous are some people hesitant just to go out and about? What is the trepidation level in Racine this morning, we may we may dip into that a little bit later on today? Then there is the Milwaukee officer who is killed their sixtieth in capital heading home from his assignment in district for coup her his name. Two year veteran recently signed in and the craziest part of all of this has happened in sixty Capitola intersection that many people have said in the past there's documentation to prove it has been a dangerous intersection later that same day there were reporters, they're, they're doing their stand ups, and there was another large accident at that very same intersection later on yesterday afternoon. And the fact that he couldn't go a day without another accident, there is I opening thought it was interesting. We've heard this situation before, but now another alderman, saying, hey, perhaps it's time to put cameras up at some of these intersections cavalier Johnson, who is. Lives near that area. Also represents that area. He was in studio with John yesterday. Brought it up. He said it before, is a time, they have cameras, it won't necessarily stop an accident from happening, but will that at least make people more aware that, hey, even if there's not a cop right here at this intersection, I still might get caught running a red light driving radically, which begs the question are there just certain intersections just certain neighborhoods, just certain areas where you would do this, are there, sitting hotspots were cameras should be installed? Or is it something that would have to be more ubiquitous across the city, can you just specifically while this intersection that intersection that corridor, there, can you cherry pick where? I bet you do that. If you go by documentation, if you go, where there seems to be more issues, and would it do anything, though? I don't I don't know. I is it is it really going to catch the person? Is it really going to prevent them from racing through probably not? I mean, criminals are oftentimes going to do criminal like things regardless. But I'm willing to bet that if, if the effort is made to just put cameras in certain parts of the city, they're going to face some blowback for shed in some opposition to that decision, rather than a much more blanketed approach now. I do have some comments from the police association. President do we wanna hold that for another time. You want to hear it here. Let's hear here. Okay. So this is Sean Todd. He was on. Wisconsin's afternoon news with John Mercure talking about his own experiences. Driving through parts of the city. I'll give you a personal story from for myself just from last week. I was coming from the area port lotion ten and a Hampton inn. Had to drive through the city. I think the freeway was closed off. So I chose to take city street all the way towards the Mayfair mall area and I swear probably three different times. I had three different cars blowing by me on Hampton. And I think one was sixtieth street, which is a street this happened on. You know, we're doing recipe. Traffic is doing thirty, you know, thirty thirty five I had one car blew between myself and the car hit me, which is only about two Carling's probably doing eighty five and he's, he's got a foot between our bumpers, and he just blowing through weaving in and out. I mean just and there's three of them just in my in my fifteen minute ride from one part of the north side to the other. And I see that every time I drive through the city. It's just like it's unbelievable. It's sometimes you feel like you're, you're taking your life in your own hands by driving through the city of Milwaukee sometimes. And, and to be honest with you. It's sickening and it never used to be this bad to be honest with you. And, and until Flynn's policies his his lack of allowing us to chase took hold, and that is still permeating throughout the city that sound you hear. Right now, are hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of heads nodding, because a lot of people have experienced the exact same thing that loud has an I value, what he says, because again, yes, I realized he is head of the Milwaukee police union, and there are politics to be played hearing the, the you could hear some of their but between the chief, at least the former chief and the head of the union. I understand that the case. But Sean Lada is a man who he knows what the officers his, his union officers are going through on a daily basis. And when he speaks it gives a great insight into what is going on in the minds and the thought processes of MP more the steep schiavi show, next on Wisconsin's radio station. WTMJ. Hi, this is Steve.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Q to the zoo, sixteen minutes. Two minute delay there, southbound forty three Brown deer road to the Marquette. That's still looking pretty good at ten and the northbound bypass back to a five minute ride with traffic and weather together on the tens, I'm Debbie Lazaga. WTMJ Palo W. I dot com timesaver traffic. Quality, the partly cloudy, today's I fifty five partly cloudy tonight, a low of forty two it's forty three degrees in Milwaukee seven o'clock at WTMJ from the WTMJ breaking news center mourners prepared who line the streets this afternoon in Appleton WTMJ's, Mike Spaulding is live in the breaking news center with more edgy Melby honoring the life and career of Appleton firefighter Mitchell on guard he was shot. And killed in the line of duty last Wednesday. The Appleton fire department asking for the public support during two funeral processions today. The first will have one guards body transported from Brent Schneider, funeral chapel to Appleton alliance church that'll happen around one o'clock with three until six public visitation will be held before a private funeral service on guards body, then be transported back to the funeral home around seven thirty tonight, the fire department and police department asking for the public's support during both those processions a root for today's processions can be found now at WTMJ dot com. An alarming number of overdoses recorded in the city of Kenosha between April twentieth and may ninth the city says it recorded Twenty-three overdoses one of them resulting in death Canosa county, medical examiner, Patrice hall crediting their officers use of Narcan person overdosing, our second counts to pick them help to get dark hand the number of deaths year to year as a result of overdose has gone down in Kenosha county was fifty seven. And twenty seventeen just forty six in twenty eighteen next door massive drug bust in Caledonia, the suspect arrested with eight pounds of marijuana and five hundred VIP cartridges in its home, according to seeing county sheriff's deputies who put the estimated street value of what they took it. Nearly forty five thousand dollars. Sloppy game in Toronto plays plays into the home team's favor as the bucks Paul one eighteen one twelve in game three of the Eastern Conference finals, a dismal shooting night for bucks starters combined to go nineteen and sixty nine from this field throw in twenty turnovers at eleven miss free throws, and it's a wonder my Buddha nosers team was even able to force one overtime. Much less to we were scrapping from behind the whole game. And we didn't just make enough plays when we needed to Janas posted just twelve points and eight turnovers and fouled out early in the second OT when somebody is committed to get the ball out of his hands. We feel great about the shooting around him and the players around him, and hopefully we can make teams pay and we were right on the cusp but winning a game. When we didn't play that. Well, George hill led the bus with twenty four off the bench. Malcolm, brought at a twenty with the bucks in Toronto. Greg Mazzi WTMJ sports for the two one series lead game forts. Well played tomorrow night in Toronto game five in Milwaukee on Thursday. A tough loss for the bucks last night. Still stings for some fence. His John McCain reports from Toronto for one young bucks. Baecker it was a medical.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

07:33 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The biggest issues the biggest stories the biggest form or talking about. What matters. Biggest stick mistake. Now live on the edits wealth. Then this video's at Radio City. This is this Dev's gift Beatty show. Good morning, Wisconsin. Eleven awaits Steve Eric Jordan, producing fifty three degrees was talking to Jeff Wagner during the breaks. It's nice out. But chilly Fifty-three average temperatures over sixty now. So we're just just doesn't want to give us a spring. I could I could tell you right now. It's going to go from this to like hotter than heck in like a week. And that's it. No spring work by Mark by words. St. ruled the world we'd have a better spring. Remember that you don't forget don't forget my show poll today, we're asking about the bucks. It's going to be a big story for the next couple of weeks as they go into the Eastern Conference finals. Against the Toronto. Raptors who won an incredible came on Sunday as I just watching the slow MO of that of bouncing shot four times hit the rim. A lot of people say how the heck did this? Go win and took a really high hard balance on the first one at the south rim. But yeah, that's they're saying bounce to the other side. It has a decision to make right? It's gonna if it goes it goes this way from pointing left to goes out of the rim, and it happened to trickle back now if they were down by one you think he makes that same show. Some crazy fall away. Probably not. I mean, it does give you a little bit of flexibility because you know, you're gonna go overtime there man that was that is a heck of a way to win a game in a series because it could just as easily been missed. We're talking about the Philadelphia. Seventy Sixers in Philly. They've had some success that affiliates about ten eight ten years ago. They have the eagles a few years ago. The sits the Sixers are coming back now being a better competitive team. So that that's a good success. But that that magic being a fan of the seventy Sixers right now. Ooh. That would hurt and kudos to them for having a great game. So we're gonna be talking about the bucks a lot in the next couple of weeks that goes spend much more of the show today on this series for them. It's a state statement time for the bucks. Can you go to the NBA finals? I would love to see these bucks play the Golden State Warriors. And they still have business do obviously they have to beat port. That'd be fun. That would be subway. The best play the best. I was watching a game last week might have been a weekend actually Friday night's Steph. Curry has like one point in the first half finishes with thirty something. The guy is unbelievable. And that's why he's been an MVP. And that's why he's at least a three time champion. So lots of good stuff to look forward to. There's four teams left bucks are one of them. I don't wanna get out of here without talking about national police week, and our our friend any Schwartz is in Washington DC. We have the great motorcycle ride out there, a lot of dignitaries of the folks are Harley didn't did a lot for that event as well. So they're all. Out in Washington DC now and an honors some part of this event honours the phone police officers in this case, Charles driven junior an officer, Mike, my hausky, and their names will be added to that memorial. It is a tremendous events in any Schwartz's out there kind of gathering some some audio tape, but nobody tapes anymore. It's it's it's all digital talking to some of the folks over the weekend. She talked to somebody played it on the air here. Just getting the sense of what that feels like. And they talked to the mom of J about about shoot. So. Yeah, I think he died about at least ten years four. Yeah. And she said something really interesting. She said when you go there for the first time, and she's been like fourteen of these things she said when you go for the first time to the police week in this memorial. It's not about sightseeing. It's just taking in the just the. Just the memories of this in consuming all that respect that's given to these police officers who pay the ultimate price for doing. What they do. I couldn't be more prouder of the folks in Wisconsin who have gone out there to to honor. These folks, let's be honest last year was a tough year losing police officers in the way that we did the I mean you and I did poll shows based on those stories whether it was the processions taking the body from the the incidents to the funeral home. And the funeral home to the place of worship for the ceremony and then to the cemetery. No, John, Melissa did some great great shows based on that. That's all well and good. But this is this is an opportunity to think about those things and people ask me we're going to spend some time talking about the service at eleven thirty five. Why do you care so much about that? I care because I've seen and heard the stories that pushed back on law enforcement. The challenge them every day. It's almost framed that way. Oh, what did what did a cop in so-and-so city do today? How did he tramp on somebody's trample on somebody's rights? And when you constantly see that churn of stories that just go after men and women who are just trying to do their job. Protect us. Protect and serve. It's frustrating and irritating me, and that's why we're talking about what we talk about. So when we when we talk about things like the national police week, salute the service. Just remembering the individuals who have been killed in the line of duty or in the other alarming story have killed themselves. That's another cause of concern among law enforcement men and women taking their own lives because of PTSD and other stress related issues to their job. And as Jordan producer, Jordan. I've been doing the interviews for my salute to service honorees next week. First of all, it's hard to get these stories out of these folks. Because our humble is. They'll say I don't like talking about myself. Then that's the literal words, they'll use don't like talking about it. It's part of what I do. We just do it. But as you hear the stories, you realize it comes down to a couple of things. Commitments. They love their jobs. Even though there's probably the most stressful difficult jobs on the planet. They love him. The training that goes into it. We have will be honoring new police officers next week and people have been around public safety for a long time, including one that was thirty some years. The commitment is incredible. The devotion of what they do. That's why I talk about because I want the respect to be paid to those men and women who do that job. And that's why we do it. So we hope to hear from anti Schwartz if she can jump on the line, otherwise we'll move on. But eleven thirty five Canosa county sheriff David Bethel, join us, and as I've been doing for the last week or so we're talking to public safety professionals on what that life means for them. And this is all getting up to next Monday when we REVEAL OUR first honorary, and we'll do that throughout the entire week. Celebrating the best of the best and our partners at Waterston Bank will help us tell those stories, but that's why I talk about it. It's so important probably now more than ever to honor those people were doing a very difficult job. So thanks to the folks who made national police week possible. And all the folks in Wisconsin that travel out to Washington DC to make that happen as well. More next forget our.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Going to be mostly sunny and dry. But we've got some rain that'll push in for Monday's. So that'll help to wash the snow away. Winter storm warning for most of southeast Wisconsin goes into effect tomorrow at ten AM and runs until ten pm. Expect plenty of prominent state Republicans in Green Bay tomorrow as President Trump makes his latest visit to Wisconsin. We get more from rusty Mellberg and the WTMJ breaking news center, Melissa former governor Scott Walker tells me he doesn't know who will be there. But he expects a unified front when the president speaks at the rush center at seven PM, which will be for his chances to win the state next year. Even if somebody doesn't always agree with. Every tweet or every words that hard to argue with the results strong economy, lower taxes to regulations protecting live protecting the constitution protecting the world law. Walker says he expects President Trump to spend part of the speech focusing on his successes while in office and its impact on the state. Another US airlines says it has to begin planning long-term with no indication that the Boeing seven thirty-seven max will be allowed to fly again anytime soon American and Southwest Airlines have taken the Boeing seven thirty seven max off their schedules through the beginning of August. Now United says it will do the same through at least early July which will result in about two thousand United flights being canceled over the next three months until now United was moving around spare aircraft. So it didn't have to cancel flights during the summer Russia needs those planes and now we'll have to start canceling flights. That's ABC's. Alec stone coming up another morning, headache and Canosa county. WTMJ news time four zero three news is sponsored by citing unlimited. It's. Citing a whole lot more online at citing unlimited dot.

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"canosa county" Discussed on The Takeaway

The Takeaway

08:53 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on The Takeaway

"It's very hard to change the state's congressional districts much to make much of a difference in their partisanship. But at the legislative level, even many nonpartisan experts said the way that those districts were drawn was really to maximize every single vote. It wasn't simply going along and keeping communities together. It was splitting up those communities in order to benefit. Oh, but then that's another fundamental disagreement. And I would say some of the so-called experts are actually highly partisan and have repeatedly been in the past. So I would contest that that argument to begin with. Good example, southeastern Wisconsin large urban area. Just south mock. He's not the biggest counties, but you had for years were seen in Canosa counties. Each had their own Senate district and after the last redistricting. It was split. One Senate district was east of kind of traditional about which was interstate ninety four one district was west of that now on the surface. Those so-called experts would say, well, wait a minute. You're dividing up to different counties. Accept the difference was those communities east of the interstate east of ninety four were overwhelmingly urban ears traditional larger cities similar type school districts similar types demographics, those west were very very rural. And so actually you put two different communities of interest together in two counties, but with similar demographics together in one Senate district. You put another group of people together in another Senate district and that matched what the courts have historically talked about which again is no the one vote per person. But. Maximizing communities of interest and maximizing minority voting rights. Do you believe that what Democrats are going to try to do in twenty twenty is try to draw districts that will benefit them to any degree possible? I think they're going much much further than that again for us to win. All we need to be competitive is to draw even districts, if we don't, and it's why Eric Holder, politically, he's at a very sophisticated long-term two hundred million dollar, plus strategy that has been involved in a supreme court elections in Wisconsin and Pennsylvania being involved a spring court in North Carolina. He's been involved selectively not only legislative races. But even in gubernatorial races in swing states, the idea being that if you can't win by having a democrat governor in a democrat legislative majority put maps ago that benefit Democrats is approach has been well, then split the difference, though, never agree on anything. Governor will. Veto what the other party puts and then send it to the courts, and he's tried to just was in Wisconsin, the last several months trying to win a supreme court race for that exact reason, they're not shy about it. Last year. They said in Wisconsin. It was a three part strategy eighteen nineteen and twenty with the goal of taking over the state supreme court in two thousand twenty so that they could do what they wanted with their agenda. I from one believed that the courts aren't for partisan purposes. Actually, they're just up hold the law on the constitution. Most importantly, do you think that an independent commission that draws maps would be the fairway to draw maps? No because you're asking people don't know anything about how Bhandari's are set up for the same reason we changed years ago. They had the same pretence with same. Well, let's have a nonpartisan entity oversee elections would have retired judges do that that ended up changing why? Because democrat Republicans like you need to have people actually understand lection who understand boundaries and most importantly unique. To have people. You can hold accountable a non-partisan so-called, and everybody's got a parson angle. I don't care who they are could be left, right. Could be somewhere in the middle. But in the end, we don't hand over any other part of the government to people. We don't duly elect. Whether you're democrat or Republican to me, there should be ultimately someone who's accountable, and when you have a commission that isn't elected, you're sensually, handing your work over. And we wouldn't we wouldn't do it any other. We shouldn't do it here either. And speaking of the Wisconsin supreme court were quite prescient in twenty eighteen Democrats ended up winning a state supreme court race there by pretty big margin. And you had said at that moment. Boy, Republicans you better get ready. This is going to be potentially a really difficult year for the party, obviously that turned out to be true at the congressional level nationally, and then in your state, you did and end up losing tell us what you see now in the wake of another supreme court. Race where looks like the Republican one. There may be a recount an as you pointed out the end e r c the holder back group was involved. There were you guys involved in that race? I was personally, but the Republicans the leadership council, which is a -ffiliated with the trust. We do work with them as well. Several other musicians they plan on a level that I think put us on par with what holder and a bunch of other groups online with holder had done. But if you look at pure dollars outside groups overwhelmingly were with the candidate that ultimately Pierce to lost. That was a sign of. I think a reaction to what happened in the fall elections for governor US Senate and other races out there. So I think it is indicator. Now, I'd be cautious. I wouldn't read too much into that just because each of the two candidates combined for the courts still got fewer votes than each of the individual candidates for governor did the democrat Republican in the fall action, and so come twenty twenty clearly there's going to be at least twice as. Any if not more voters voting in the presidential election. But I do think it just goes to show that Wisconsin is a classic swing state. And you gotta make your case every time. And so looking ahead to twenty twenty what does President Trump need to do to keep Wisconsin in the read column? I mean, he wanted as you know, by the smallest of margins in two thousand sixteen two things one I think he's got to do. And and those who support him across the party have to do a better job of explaining the positive things that he's done specifically for the people stay again example, most people don't know that the average taxpayer that's a household where two parents are working two kids at home that household on average in the state of Wisconsin saves two thousand five hundred eight dollars because of the presence tax cuts. That's something that I think the president's to spend more time talking about and not just that. But other benefits the trade policy with Canada, Mexico. That's now going to benefit dairy farmers. The changes regulation. That help manufacturers and workers in the state of Wisconsin. Secondly, I think he's gotta do which the president with your like him or not. I think it's hard. Not technolog- does a pretty good job defining his opposition be Hillary Clinton and the general election or any of the Republicans running prior to that in the primary process. And so when I look at how far to the left many of the Democrats running for president of God. And I see things that are completely out of touch with where a lot of people are on the state of Wisconsin. So would you encourage him then to spend less time talking about the wall and more time talking about the economy? Yeah. I mean, I think border security is important. I have no doubt about that. But I do think there has been a gap in good example, CBS did a story not long after the the tax Bill was passed in signed into law, and and they interviewed three families all three of whom thought that they were actually going to get hurt by the tax Bill all three were huge winners under the Bill the president signed the law, and it was just a reminder to me. That you need. I would tell them anytime. He the vice-president his administration. Anybody comes in the state they should bring two or three families up on stage. And explain what they do. You know, maybe it's a firefighter the nurse and two kids and junior high and high school one of our public schools here in the state, and this is how much they save a lot of people don't fully appreciate that. We asked you our listeners, especially those of you from Wisconsin. If you had any questions for your former governor governor Walker from of west hours. Upcoming recount of the Wisconsin supreme court race. You tweeted that they were colder and his cronies are coming into feel the election, isn't that language a bit harsh upon what evidence based this claim again, Eric holder's made it clear that his focus was the come in and win elections in twenty eighteen twenty nineteen and twenty twenty. So I take him at his word when he spends money in Wisconsin. And he drives the win elections. Scott Walker is the former governor of Wisconsin and the finance chairman of the national Republican redistricting trust. Governor

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

03:30 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Holding their mills who lace it up and go mills back, the mills timeout Scott Brooks and the Spurs ninety eight ninety four by play courtesy of W O a radio in San Antonio Spurs beat the wizards won thirty two to one nineteen and Anthony Davis the star center for the New Orleans. Pelicans has reportedly indicated that he would like a trade and will not sign a contract extension wants to play for a winner. The brewers held their annual on Decca that yesterday. The Wisconsin Senator Ryan Braun returning for. Season member thirteen I feel very fortunate obviously that I've been a part of three different playoff teams. I think you recognize obviously any smaller midmarket team. You don't get that opportunity every year. So certainly I feel very fortunate to have been a part of all of them, and obviously just having gone through that experience. I think is something where I was able to help a lot of the guys who hadn't played in games like that. And their routines are altered and just to give everybody kind of an idea of what to expect what you're anticipate as you get into a playoff game. Ron speaking with WTMJ and ESPN Wisconsin's live simulcast. Meanwhile, a whirlwind year starts to wind down right before another ramps up for National League MVP Christian yelich. It was just before last year's brewers on deck that Christian yelich traded to the brewers Eden. Appears it on deck goes through spring training into an extended season campaign MVP award that creates a very busy offseason as he accepted, the award Saturday before getting to Milwaukee on Sunday, the Las happened in the last twelve months, I talked about it last night in New York because somebody told me year ago today, what was going to happen in the next twelve months. I definitely wouldn't believe yelich Gaston brewer. Ondeck live. The club will be cognizant of his busy off season. When mapping out is playing time in spring training map. Paulie, WTMJ sports issues and catchers report on February thirteenth about two and a half weeks from now opening day two months from today at Miller park. So hopefully that will melt some of the snow that's around your porch this morning and from football for what it's worth. I know gene, you're on the edge of your seat the Pro Bowl played yesterday in Orlando. The AFC the NFC twenty six to seven game for the ages. Yes. Today's Super Bowl week begins in earnest in Atlanta between the Rams and the patriots for Sunday's big game. Checking our raider part of our Aaron storm team coverage. It does seem to be breaking up out there to the west and to the south Canosa county. You're almost clear right now. Milwaukee county still getting some precept and to the west eastern Waukesha county to the north. You're still in it ozaukee west bend Sheboygan, you're catching a break right now to and further westward Madison seems like it's clearing up just a little bit. But against some redevelopment near the Mississippi River, and we're getting many reports of freezing drizzle makes precept out there. So Ed into what's going on out there? And it's going to be a dicey right in do. See the DOT Kim is back, and it looks like volume is pretty decent out there. We'd been away for a while it froze up, but it they thought it out. So thanks to the Folkestone forgetting that backup for spaghetti. There's a lot of traffic out there still when you consider that most schools are off today you want to check the closing list. That's a WTMJ dot com. But they're still going on out there more than. They would've expected to see. Yeah. Absolutely. And there aren't still a lot of real clear demarcation lines on the freeways, so you really need to watch speeds. And you're you're about distance. Don't don't follow too close. Don't tailgate and trust me. You got four wheel drive. You're gonna slide just as fast as everybody else's slowdown probably faster because you think you can go faster than everybody else zipping right by somebody in the end will not be good eight twenty traffic and weather next WTMJ's.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:05 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Weather together on the tens. I'm Barry Nelson. WTMJ pellet. .com timesaver traffic. WTMJ five day forecast for tonight, mostly cloudy, light so possible, a low eighteen four tomorrow snow wintry mix likely two to four inches for Milwaukee. Four to seven inches up north and then to the south. You're looking a little last one to two inches Wednesday, mostly cloudy, a high twenty six Thursday, cloudy chance for some light show a high twenty and for Friday, partly cloudy, very cold high of six and a reminder also winter storm watch that goes into effect tomorrow morning, nine o'clock goes until six AM Wednesday. That's for final act dodge ozaukee, and Washington counties, and there is a winter weather advisory as well from nine AM tomorrow morning until six AM Wednesday for Walworth, Waukesha, Jefferson, Racine, Milwaukee in Canosa counties in Green Bay. It's twenty one Waukesha sixteen in Milwaukee were at sixteen degrees. Like to welcome dietitian Heather clued with Aurora health to the show. Hi, how you doing? Great great to see you. And it's kind of ironic, I guess that I'm hosting the show and we're talking about women's health for February. We're talking about heart health for women. Yeah. That's great. I love John. But I'm glad to be talking with you about this little yapper women's health. It's kind of nice. So you have an annual open house coming up at the Carignan center. Talk about that. I as on Friday February first from ten AM to two PM and this year. Our theme it's going to be eighty s who radio much because we're basing everything office statistic showing that since one thousand nine hundred eighty four every year since then more women than men have been dying from heart disease. We want to reverse that trend. Well, that seems shocking to me why is that so shocking for people? Do you think? Well, I think a lot of people don't think of heart disease. First of all is something women get and it's actually the number one health threat in women a lot of women saying cold. I mean, they're worried about breast cancer, and he should be worried about that too. But they think more women die from that. And actually ten times more women die from heart disease and breast cancer. It's one in three for heart disease, one in thirty for breast cancer. So let's talk about some of the signs and symptoms of a heart attack in women that can be different than what we see in men very much though. And that's often why women either get under diagnosed or misdiagnosed because their signs are a lot more subtle for an impending heart attack. And usually these things are. Are seen within like three to four weeks before a heart attack occurs. So sometimes women do get the clutching chest pain, you see in movies and on TV. But really there's kind of five main red flags you wanna look for for women the more subtle signs. So the first one is really kind of new or dramatic fatigue. So if you thinking about making the bed something really simple like that. And you're just way too exhausted to do that some women describe it as having like a heavy chest kind of feeling too. Okay. Or if it's really just you feel really tired all the time. But yet you still can't sleep. So that's a big one second one is shortness of breath or sweating without exertion. So that's one important to obviously when you exercise or you're doing something at a higher intensity, you should feel that but just doing normal everyday activities again women might experience that third one is nausea vomiting. Indigestion flat women are told they have Harper. Seems like very common symptoms that you wouldn't even trigger that thought in your mind that oh I could have an impending heart attack. Something else happens sometimes five week three to four weeks three to four weeks before you even have. So usually there's a couple of these going along together. See probably don't need to panic. Start feeling maybe you have some of these symptoms. Just contact your doctor. Oh, absolutely, especially if it continues couple of other symptoms, just a mansion back pain, neck pain, Japan, especially lower left, jaw women might get that as well. And then the last one is dizziness feeling light headed that kind of thing. Okay. So keep those in mind, what are some ways women can prevent heart disease. Lots of ways so up to eighty percent of heart disease can be prevented and this goes for both men and women so while are signs and symptoms may be different preventing it or doing these living a healthy lifestyle is really the best way to either prevent them or prevent further heart problems from occurring. So we go back to quitting smoking. That's one of the top ones eating healthy things. We know how. We don't regularly. It's just trying to put these things into practice. If your blood pressure's high. Let's get that under control. If you're fasting blood sugar levels are creeping up. Let's get those down. Okay. So doing as many of those things you can get in cholesterol down managing stress. So finding ways that you can bring that down as well. So if people want more information on this where can they go Heather, well, absolutely. They can contact us in the Carignon's women's cardiac awareness center. We have a Facebook page you can find out about the event or if you have questions and heart disease. You can also.

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"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:42 min | 3 years ago

"canosa county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Great. It's good to have you here. So I enjoyed your interview with DJ Wilson after the game. The bucks are now twenty games over five hundred how big have players role players like DJ Wilson, Ben in the success of this team. Oh, I think they've been here community my ten coming into this show. How Janas checked out in the third quarter with four fouls? You have somebody like Eric Bledsoe leading the charge. CJ Wilson score ten point drilling Browns and playing for that Tony Melanie their bench. I think it speaks to the depth and how good this seem really can be moving forward into the Katie. What was the plane ride like it was a quick turnaround? Even get to Memphis you arrive late guys are tired. You're probably tired get on the floor. You played that fish. So what was the ride to Orlando like energetic or just everybody out? Now, you know, we the right to Orlando was actually very fun because guys were you know, obviously, very satisfied with the production that they had against Memphis. We left fight. Therefore, I'm has the airport, you know, respect to business. Let's get them treatment on the plane these guys rest as much as they need. They had a chance to sleep in for meetings in the morning. And then obviously, we didn't have a shoot around. So that they could get as much as possible. But I really thought that they responded well with energy considering that, you know, starters had to play up to twenty six minutes on you know, Monday night. So we've sometimes struggled with back to back just kind of having that energy and effort and intensity, and we started off sluggish. But I think that against Memphis that they really match their energy in that quarter was huge for them. And now guys are interested. They're having day. Our doesn't happen often for us when we're on the road that you have a full day off. And then obviously we'll go back to practice tomorrow getting ready for Saturday night's game against magic. So does that mean, you might be wondering the street? Orlando. I dunno acting like you're Zorro or something with some sort of stored in your hand. I'm not like Zora. Oh, I didn't have the volume of. I'm sorry. No, it's actually funny. I've always wanted to go to Harry Potter world. I play travel ball growing up all my life. And I it opened a year after I graduated from high school study, you get a chance to go. And so you know, we have a day off. And I was like I'm gonna take advantage of the few of my friends from the same way or wandering around Universal Studios right now. She is Katie George, Milwaukee Bucks. Sideline reporter, Katie. Thanks so much for being with us. Of course. Thank you guys. Hungry bucks. Insiders is sponsored by Waterstones Bank, inciting unlimited Canosa county. Sheriff David Beth says our last guest who says marijuana should be legalized has it completely wrong. The sheriff has just called in. And will join us live up next..

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