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"cbc news" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Time 636 when you walk into a convenience store you know you're gonna find a few things some hot food some cold drinks some high prices as Northwest News Radio's Brian Calvert tells us there's one very unique convenience store that goes by the name of Ed's. Well every single corner of the store you have a good surprise for everybody. Now that gets your attention right a sale price at a convenience store but that's not the only thing that's different at Ed's in Langley B .C. just about 10 minutes north of the border. Hey Ed's it's in Brooksville come in. That's a snippet from one of the dozens of TikTok videos used to promote Ed's a store that's been around forever but is now run by Ahmed Sharma who's out to outquickie the best of them. Slowly we change it to you know more like a candy store and snack and fancy stuff. know You Ahmed and his brother do things a little differently here. Ed's in Brooksville is the real original candy shop. And then they make videos about the store and its unique products. I know you guys love peanut butter and jelly sandwich in the morning right? How about the peanut butter and jelly? Ahmed's store has over a quarter million followers now on TikTok. That's where I saw it from originally that's the only reason I'm here. What's the draw? It could be the squishies or icees or slurpees which he calls slushie screamers the traditional crushed ice drink with ice cream added. I mean this is the go -to place for snacks, candy, I mean doesn't better get meds. This young customer telling CBC News the energy there's always good energy here vibes.
Fresh update on "cbc news" discussed on Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe
"36. a few weeks ago we told you about a northwest tribe and its efforts to bring a sacred artifact back home as northwest news radio's brian calvert reports that 4 000 mile mission was accomplished just this past weekend it's it's really an awesome feeling he's coming home he's coming home and the timing is pretty significant on this truth and reconciliation day in british columbia a 36 foot tall totem is being returned to the niska for the last 90 years the artifact has been housed in a scottish museum the tribe says it was stolen from their land and during a recent trip to edinburgh their plea to return the pole was finally heard a spokesperson for the tells museum cbc news there has been a really strong shift to really starting to actively engage with the legacy of colonialism in our collections and that includes working with and listening to the voices of indigenous people this is an example of reconciliation in action amy parent is a college researcher and honorary member of the niska tribe i know it's been a journey long for us but it's been even a longer journey for this totem pole and for the living you hand the -carved pole was commissioned back in 1860 so had it to had be packed very carefully in order to make the trip a canadian military plane brought it back and it was brought to tribal land where it was welcomed over the weekend and it brings a lot of to our nation emotions that are filled with happiness filled with grief filled with tears but at the same time we're so very happy to have our ancestors and I think it's showing other Canadians and it's showing the world what is possible when we work together and we listen to indigenous peoples and we involve them in making decisions and bringing back the return of stolen yes the Niska's have this totem back but they are keenly aware there are other sacred items of theirs scattered around the globe British Museum yes France yes Germany we are we would like you to contact us and we are coming the hope is there will be more means to come each one giving the Niska's more comfort more closure and more of a sense of feeling complete my heart feels at peace I feel so relieved and I'm just so grateful Brian Calvin Northwest News Radio Toys R Us filed for bankruptcy a few years ago now the company that took over plans an expansion on land in the air and by sea toys Some Toys R Us kids and their parents may have thought the company's 2017 bankruptcy meant Jeffrey the Giraffe was gone forever. the Instead company that bought it WHP Global opened a 20 ,000 square foot flagship store in New Jersey's American Dream Mall in 2021 and it put more than 400 Toys R Us shops inside Macy stores. Now the company says it's adding more flagship stores and rolling out a specialty shop in the Dallas Fort Worth Port as well as similar shops on cruise ships just in time for the holidays. Sherry Preston ABC Northwest News. News Time 639 Sports with Sports in one minute. Visit your Pierce County library system, the heart of your community and find free books, movies and other materials, places to connect and helpful staff prepare early learners
"cbc news" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Surpassing expectations that came with his arrival as an injury replacement. Really good pitching again, a big tech. I don't know what the nickname's gonna be for Bryce Miller. It's Miller time, whatever you want to call it, but again, outstanding job tonight. The Oscar Hernandez hit his 9th home run of the season while Sam haggerty knocked in a pair of runs. The Emerson right hander, Logan Gilbert, the mount knife, the series finale as the M's go for a four game sweep. At the PAC 12 baseball tournament in Scottsdale, Arizona, the huskies were routed by the bruins 17 to four to remain in the tournament the huskies will have to beat the USC Trojans today. The Florida Panthers are on the way to the Stanley Cup final for the first time since 1996, Matthew kachak scored with just 4.3 seconds remaining as the Panthers beat the Carolina hurricanes four three, sweeping the east coast final rather the east Conference Finals series four games to one. And the Boston Celtics hosts the Miami Heat for game 5 of the NBA east finals tonight, the Celtics trail three games to one. Sports a ten and 40 pass the hour, Erica, it's northwest news radio. Thanks, Eric, in his 5 11. We're going to check your traffic with Kiara coming up in just a few moments, but first. The passing of music icon, Tina Turner, has prompted tributes from around the world, and Brian shares the thoughts of someone from our area who knew The Rock and roll Hall of Famer very intimately. Heartbroken really sad. Vancouver BC talk show host Louisa Marshall takes this one pretty personally. I guess I was just reading through her books again. You know, last night. I don't know why for some reason. I did. Louise's connection to the iconic performer. She's a Tina Turner impersonator. For years, Louisa has toured her country and ours performing as Turner for live crowds, even on Ellen's show. And she's about as close to the real deal as it gets. However, being Tina is more than that unique voice, the iconic dance moves said, of course, all those songs. Louisa tells CBC news representing Tina onstage makes her proud because of
Fresh update on "cbc news" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"The M's finish in third place Rangers, behind the who take a wild card birth and the Houston Astros, who win the Ale West on a tiebreaker with Texas Seattle one Sunday season finale won nothing with Dominic Canzone driving in the lone run. The M's close out season the with an 88 74 record. The two and one Seahawks play the one and two New York Giants in a primetime matchup in East Rutherford, New Jersey tonight. Head coach Pete Carroll says both teams need the win to keep up with their active leaders division classic opportunity here for us to go against a team that's got to have a win against the team that's got to have a win we got to have one too and match up in the setting of for Monday night is always fun. The Seahawks trail the 49ers who ran their record to 4 -0 with a 36 16 win over the Cardinals while the Giants are behind the 4 -0 Eagles who beat the commanders 34 31 at overtime. Kickoff is 520 on ABC. The seventh ranked Huskies are 5 -0 after beating Arizona Saturday night 31 to 24 and the crowd can continue the preseason as they host the Edmonton Oilers tonight at Climate Pledge Arena. Sports at 10 40 and past the hour Eric Heintz Northwest News Radio. Thanks Eric it's 12 minutes past 5 we'll check back with Kiara get an update on on your ride to work and school in just a few minutes. First a few weeks ago we told you about a Northwest tribe and its efforts to bring a sacred artifact back home well over the weekend that 4 ,000 mile mission was completed. it's really an awesome feeling he's coming home He's coming home. And the timing is pretty significant on this Truth and Reconciliation Day in British A 36 foot tall totem is being returned to the Niska people. For the last 90 years the artifact housed has been in a Scottish Museum. The tribe says it was stolen from their land and during a recent trip to Edinburgh Their plea to return the pole was finally heard. A spokesperson for the museum tells CBC News There has been A a really strong shift to really starting to engage actively with the legacy of colonialism in our collections and that includes working with and listening to the voices of indigenous people. This is an example of reconciliation in action. Amy Parent is a college researcher and honorary member of the Niska tribe. I know it's been a long journey for us but it's been even a longer journey for this totem Bodum pole and for the living ancestor that's in it to be able to come home. The hand -carved pole was commissioned back in 1860 so it had to be packed very carefully in order to During the make trip, a Canadian military plane brought it back to BC and it was trucked to tribal land where it was welcomed the weekend. And it brings a lot of emotions to our nation, emotions that are filled with happiness, filled with grief, filled with tears, but at the same time we're so very happy to have our ancestor home. And I think it's showing other Canadians and it's showing the world what is possible when we work together and we listen to Indigenous peoples and we involve them in making decisions and bringing back the return of stolen belongings. Yes, the Niska's have this back, totem but they are keenly aware there are other sacred items of theirs scattered around the globe. The British Museum, yes, France, yes, Germany, we would like you to contact us and we are coming. The hope is there will be more reunions to come, each one giving the more comfort, more closure and more of a sense of feeling complete. My heart feels at peace. I feel so relieved and I'm just so grateful. What a nice update. Thanks, Brian. It's 5 14. This is Northwest News Radio, your home for breaking news and
"cbc news" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"New royal figurehead for a few other countries, including our neighbors to the north, and his northwest news radio's Brian Calvert reports, his Canadian reception may be a cool one. You've likely noticed the queen's likeness on their money, but did you know Canadian leaders actually swear allegiance to Britain's royalty? That's interesting to note because now that there's a new king in town, Canadians are no longer playing coy about their true feelings. The royal family represents an institution that Canadians just don't really have much of a connection to. One that they view as something rather outdated. Shacha curl with the Angus Reid institute where they recently pulled Canadians and found while the majority tolerated the reign of Queen Elizabeth, 60% aren't interested in embracing Charles as king. Suggests Canada ditched the monarchy altogether. Maybe it should go to somebody who is actually made a difference in Canada. It's about time we think some of that jump shows we've made earlier on because this is 2023. Ouch, so much for being polite, eh? Tom frieda is with citizens for a Canadian republic. He tells CBC news, Canadians have gradually been coming around to the idea that it's an indignity to Canada to have a head of state who lives on another continent in a castle who isn't Canadian. Yet all parties no longer interested in British royals realize the road to a republic is paved with constitutional provisional and historical roadblocks. Errol Mendez of the university of Ottawa. It's the strongest amending formula that has to be used, which is pretty daunting. So it would appear King Charles has some marketing and image improvement work ahead of him in the great white north. But this task pales in comparison to his wife, according to the same Reed poll, 66% of Canadians aren't interested in recognizing Camilla as queen. 60% refused to even call her queen. Brian Calvert, northwest news radio. Northwest traffic from the high performance homes traffic center. Four O 5 north and Kirkland looks like that accident at 70th place has been cleared. I'm not seeing any blaze. Bonnie Lake, though, when 20th street reigns fully closer to a car crash into a power pole causing downed wires between two 18th avenue and Prairie ridge. The support of sponsor by the
"cbc news" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"The north, and as northwest news radio's Brian Calvert reports, his Canadian reception may be a bit chilly. You've likely noticed the queen's likeness on their money, but did you know Canadian leaders actually swear allegiance to Britain's royalty? That's interesting to note because now that there's a new king in town, Canadians are no longer playing coy about their true feelings. The royal family represents an institution that Canadians just don't really have much of a connection to, one that they view as something rather outdated. Shacha curl would be Angus Reed institute where they recently pulled Canadians and found while the majority tolerated the reign of Queen Elizabeth 60% aren't interested in embracing Charles as king. Suggests Canada ditched the monarchy altogether. Maybe it should go to somebody who is actually made a difference in Canada. It's about time we think some of the assumptions we've made earlier because this is 2023. Ouch, so much for being polite, eh? Tom frieda is with citizens for a Canadian republic. He tells CBC news, Canadians have gradually been coming around to the idea that it's an indignity to Canada to have a head of state who lives on another continent in a castle who isn't Canadian. Yet all parties no longer interested in British royals realize the road to a republic is paved with constitutional provisional and historical roadblocks. Errol Mendez of the university of Ottawa. It's the strongest amending formula that has to be used, which is pretty daunting. So it would appear King Charles has some marketing and image improvement work ahead of him in the great white north. But this task pales in comparison to his wife, according to the same Reed poll, 66% of Canadians aren't interested in recognizing Camilla as queen. 60% refused to even call her queen. Brian Calvert, northwest news radio. Hi, I'm doctor Dana kinberg, optometrist. I often wonder why people don't go to the eye doctor. At urban eyes, we've created a space that eases all eye anxiety. We just want to help you see better and look amazing doing it. At urban eyes, we help your health as well as your eyes. No stress, just clear vision, stylish looks and
"cbc news" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Disgust and a sense of real concern, but not a sense of surprise, unfortunately, with everything that we are hearing about in terms of a market rise in anti semitism and anti semitic acts. Come on news covered a similar hate crime at the temple in 2017. And like this congregation did 6 years ago, they plan to invite local artists to cover the vicious display with some affirming visuals to help bring the community together. So you know what LP records have in common with film photography, both are considered analog media formats rather than digital. Also, it might be logical that record stores are sharing space with a growing film revival. We get more from northwest news radio's corwin haig. What's so special about photography when everyone has a camera on their phone? Everything in the world is digital these days and I needed something more concrete. That photographers remarks to CBC news, echo what vinyl record fans have been saying about digital files streamed invisibly and the end of LP artwork. Album, particularly in the case of streaming can be reduced down to something as insignificant as a thumbnail. Blogger Mark henshaw. Since vinyl LPs are selling well at local record stores, it somehow fitting those same stores are promoting another analog revival, film photography. If you're still shooting in 35 millimeter or have recently started again, Seattle company moody's film lab will develop your exposed film. Moody's has set up film drop boxes where shutterbugs who like the old fashioned method can drop off their exposed roles. Ballard record store sonic
"cbc news" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Long time ever since I was a little kid. The British Columbia dad has raised his kids on LEGO as well. But these plastic bricks aren't just all fun and games. You see Matthew Fox also uses LEGO as an investment. Ten years ago and in mister gold came out, I just had this inkling that man, these are gonna be worth something because to me they were really cool. Mister gold considered the Holy Grail character of legoland. The hype of it is that they're rare and they come with certificates and they come a little baggy. Yeah, it's kind of the Holy Grail. It's just one of the ones that people seem to know about and really, really want. Matthew is building a new home for his family and he tells CBC news he was a little short on money to finish the house. So he decided to sell mister gold and got over $7400 for it. Poor roughly 6800 Canadian. At those prices, you'd think mister gold was made of truly precious metal. It's not real gold. Which is crazy, particularly for the value. The mister gold it's this special process. That was somewhat complicated that they haven't done with many others. There was a C-3PO and one other one that he did chrome one as well too, but there's not many of them like this. Matthew is not alone. He's one of several people who collect LEGO as investments and just like anything else if the pieces are older, rare and in mint condition, they're worth something. Matthews mister gold is now in the hands of another collector, and our dad has the means to finish building the new family home. His kids really aren't that upset at Partially blocking
Patient Died After Hospital Guards Tackled Her
"Here's a story out of Toronto that is a sign of our times. I think that that is the most accurate way to put it. So a 42 year old woman came to a Toronto hospital. And she apparently did not have a mask on and she was strangled to death by two guards. I know that sounds hospital guards. These were not these were not Toronto police. And the judge dropped all the charges, did not even allow it to go to trial. This story I'm reading to you is from the national post to Ontario hospital guards, who had been charged in the death of a patient in a Toronto hospital, will no longer face trial after a judge made a rare ruling that quashed the case CBC news, reported. Danielle Stephanie Warren, 43, died at the Toronto general hospital. In May 2020, the two guards, one of the story come out now. This is today. Story is today because it went before the judge. The actual event happened in May 2020. The two guards Amanda Rojas Silva 42 and Shane hudley 35 had been charged with manslaughter. It's on video. It's so obvious that they are guilty of manslaughter. And criminal negligence, but on November 22 a judge said there wasn't enough evidence presented at the preliminary hearing to proceed to trial despite video footage and witness testimony.
Canada’s Vaunted Socialized Medicine Is a Horror Show
"System is obviously broken. Says NS man, whose wife died in ER. Again, I need you to understand this is a CBC report that just came out. What does that stand for? I said Canadian broadcasting company. I did say. Did you? Yeah. It's okay. For the hut Hoff for the excuse me. Whole thought family, a trip to the emergency room at the Cumberland regional healthcare center on New Year's Eve. Turned into a nightmare. Gunther hof of tidbit, Nova Scotia. It's a very unhappy article, but I'm sorry. I just have to reflect for one moment. Sean would you please put Titus down on the list? It is a, it is a word I would have made up if it didn't exist already. Said his wife, Allison, began feeling sick the morning of December 31st. But thought she had just had an upset stomach. When it worsened throughout the morning, drove his wife to the nearest emergency department in Amherst Nova Scotia around 11 a.m.. He said he carried Allison into the hospital on his back. She was obviously in pain, he told CBC news in an interview Sunday. I was rolling her in the wheelchair, and she could hardly sit up.
"cbc news" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"The next one. So here's a really weird one for you guys. The manager of a mcdonald's franchise in. Canada has revealed the story behind grimace the purple pal of longtime mascot ronald mcdonald. And it's left a lot of people very confused. Brian bates who's worked for mcdonald's for ten years casually dropped it into an interview with cbc news over the weekend quote. He has an enormous taste. But but it taste bud. Nonetheless page told the network in an unofficial explanation adding that the character was meant to show that food tastes. Good is the fact that grimace is actually a giant taste. Bud a big deal or no deal sodano. I think it's a big deal. I never knew what the hell he was. So i mean the fact that we finally get this reveal whatever i want fifty years later. Whatever the hell. I think it's fascinating so i've always wondered Whenever he popped up somewhere. I thought maybe it was some sort of blobby. Dinosaur thing cartoon thing but a taste but kind of makes more sense. Now i'm gonna go the opposite direction. Here lindsey and say no deal. And here's why i had to look up. The definition of the word grimace an ugly twisted expression on a person's face typically expressing disgust. Pain or ryan amusement. Okay so that. If you're a taste bud. And i grimace after biting into a big mac. That doesn't sound. Like i'm making a big smiley face. I'm i hate to be like so overly cynical all the damn time. But i'm not really sure i'm buying that this guy knows what he's talking about. Because how could grimsby a character at mcdonald's for all these years and none of us have ever heard this before. He's just a big purple thing that hangs out with donald mcdonald and the hamburgers. If that's the world that you wanna live in then go for it. But i believe that. He's a giant taste. Bud and i'm super creeped out by it. I don't know man. I mean now that. I look at him looking at them here i mean he does kind of look like a taste. Bud l. e. looks exactly like a taste but yes there's like a zoom in on a taste. There's all kinds of tweets out there about the everyone else's dumbfounded by two. It looks exactly like a taste. Bud i don't know what's the more interesting story in the last couple of weeks. The taste bud grimace guy or the mcflurry machine being investigated by the federal government. What's going on in. Yeah i told you they. On purpose they stay in the news. No they do it for supply and demand. I used to work in mcdonald's so if they say it's not working you're gonna wanna come back. I am looking at a taste. Bud here up close on goldline. Yeah he looks round like taste. Dan guys shouldn't be fired. There's certain things when you work in mcdonalds you just don't talk about right. Some things have to stay in the locker room. Yeah all right. We're done here..
"cbc news" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"The way back in tow parts of Tennessee. Tonight. Scattered rain Low 62 scattered showers tomorrow with the chance for a storm in the high of 73 decrees. It is 61 right now. News Service of simmer Chrysler Jeep, and they eat door. And window. Ohio's joining Indiana today, lifting mask mandates and covert restrictions. Capacity limits are coming off, and the Reds are celebrating with re opening day. A great American ballpark. These restrictions are being dropped at the same time. We're learning more about immunity from the virus. If you've been infected, already, new study confirms The people who've had covert are not likely to get it again. Take away from this specific study is only five people out of more than 1500, who recovered from covert 19 reinfected with that, So what? End to that whole concept of natural immunity, the fact that people may be protected up to a year. CBC NEWS Medical contributor dialing Dr Alex, But tell me Is there room for compromise? Top negotiator on Infrastructure Bill for the Republicans will be today with President Joe Biden, with White House spokesperson for the president says Time's running out to strike a deal. Why Oh, income taxes will be cut as part of the new budget before the Legislature, But the question is Just how much house is approved a measure that would provide 2% savings. But the Senate one stop that tax cut to the 5% Range former member of Cincinnati City Council's now federal inmate of the women's prison in West Virginia. Maya Denard is serving 18 months of bribery charges or conviction came back in December, but a judge allowed her to put off the sentence during covert minimum security prison where she's locked up, is located in Greenbrier County in West Virginia, and looks Like a bed and breakfast from the outside than a jail features dormitory housing with your own appliances. They even have coffee hour and brunch every Saturday and Sunday. Reds were hoping to get today's game in to erase the memory of last night's beating by the Phillies. The Philadelphia Phillies scored 17 times on seven homers yesterday, and infielder Alec Split, Dino was once again called on the pitch for the fourth time already this season in a mop up role. Jury's supposed to wrap up this afternoon with a 12 35 games. If the weather cooperates. It's going to be wet in the tri state today. Your forecast is next. 700 w W. New stock 7 35. There's.
"cbc news" Discussed on WTVN
"Where they were even before the virus. CBC's Trevor all does that New York's WHO Guardia Airport. Delta says it expects flights to be 80 to 90% full and United CEO Scott Kirby told ABC News that their leisure travel domestically has already surpassed what it was. Leisure travel domestically for United Airlines is higher than it was pre pandemic. So many people are traveling. Now that we're starting to see some lines at airports. All this travel is vaccinations increase in social distancing guidelines are eased. The CDC updated its guidance today, Children. And teens at camps no longer need to wear a mask or social distance as long as everyone is fully vaccinated. Now, for those kids who are not vaccinated or too young to be eligible, they still need to wear a mask at camp, the CDC still recommends everyone wear a mask in a crowded social setting, and that kids stay in the same group for the season. And mixed with other groups as little as possible. Be see. Stephanie Ramos. British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson says he does not believe the Copa 19 virus spread from a lab in China. In an interview with CBC News and Canada scheduled to air tomorrow, Johnson asked If his opinion on the White House is called for an investigation into the origins of the virus or true, the stuff I've seen suggests that the moment the number one suspect for the origin of this of this disease is still a zoonotic disease that occurred is as a result of the farming of wild animals. Johnson, saying he's open to looking at any new evidence, New details and the San Jose railyard shooting, authorities say suspect Samuel Cassidy had a dozen guns and more than 25,000 rounds of ammunition in his home. He's suspecting of suspected of setting fire to his home before going to work in killing nine colleagues before taking his own life. You're listening to ABC News. Cleanup continues.
"cbc news" Discussed on KOMO
"He tried to get rid of his phone and computer. The Romans stand up, Willie, Open the luggage. Don't take the luggage and was trying to split there. Things. The plane was released after nearly eight hours. But Proto Savage was not on it, nor reportedly his girlfriend or three suspected Belarusian intelligence agents, the arrest and hijacking, prompting condemnation around the globe and demands for the journalists immediate release. The European Union has now imposed new sanctions, including banning Belarusian aircraft from using European airspace or airports and European airlines and others are now completely avoiding Belarusian airspace. CBC News correspondent Martha Raddatz and Camo News time 5 14 traffic and weather Every 10 minutes on the forest from the Dubin Lager of Traffic Center here is Kierra Jordan. We're finding struggles on the Valley Freeway this morning. We have a crash on the left shoulder north and 167 near Jovita. And this has a stacked up all the way from 5 12, So we're struggling through this stretch. This is also causing delays on westbound 4 10 as you're approaching 167 outside that we briefly had a stall in Tacoma, south and I five near Highway 16 that's already been cleared out of the right lane. But north and I five seeing brake lights between 16 and River Road in Seattle, still not too much crowding around the convention center and Everett South and I five brief slowdown at the offering state route 5 to 6. Our next Cuomo traffic at 5 24. Now.
"cbc news" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"It is not warming up until at least tomorrow, and we get progressively warmer from their America's got some momentum on a world after coronavirus, CBC news correspondent Alex Parrish a with more cases are now at a seven month low, Dr Anthony Fauci told ABC As vaccination numbers go up, It may be time to relax restrictions even more. Even on things like wearing masks indoors, The CDC will be and almost in real time updating their recommendations and their guidelines. But yes, we do need to start being more liberal as we get more people vaccinated. Next up vaccinating 12 to 15 year olds. The FDA could grant emergency use authorization for Fizer in those teams as early as today, and Cambridge. Drugmaker Moderna is also said to be working on a vaccine to be given to kids. By the way. Dr Fauci also says that he believes in the Future, Maura Americans will opt to wear a face mask during the winter months to protect against seasonal flu and other viruses. All Massachusetts public schools will be back to full time in person learning later this week. The last standing remained the high schools across the Commonwealth. Across the country more than 10% of elementary and middle school students remain in remote learning mode. A majority of black, Hispanic and Asian American students do remain out of school. And there's new evidence that fear of Corona virus is no longer the main factoring, keeping kids out of class. The necessity to earn and help the family income becomes a top priority. Getting closer to normal here in Massachusetts, the process takes another turn today. As business and social capacity. Restrictions are eased further like at the Garden for the Bruins get set to welcome in a larger crowd against the Islanders Tonight in the BBC's James RoHaas is there is the playoffs Get closer. Even more Bruins.
"cbc news" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"The system off after it had been too late i guess. Residents in the city's downtown north end west end chain bomber fast or bauchi bought up fauci. Fa i'm trying to think of ways to pronounce that because bond phase probably wrong so Bonifaccio saint bonifaccio shape areas reported hearing to the officers conversations. Which at one point touch on oral snacks. They just touched upon that subject quickly. How can you just touch upon oral sex. I feel like when you when you bring up oral sex. Go without conversation for a while. Armstrong started brady armstrong. Said she she and her husband were sitting outside their west end home at around nine thirty pm when the chopper flew a loved them. Armstrong said she heard one officer asked. Can you give me a blowjob Oh she's had another ave replied. You have too much body. Hair shocked surprise. My jaw hit the ground eyes. Bulged out armstrong said adding. That husband was also surprised. He just looked at me and started laughing and said. Did you hear that honey. Did you really hear that part of the conversation were quickly posted on twitter and then spread further across social media. The tweet started about ten pm in caused hashtags like hashtag woops in hashtag speakerphone. Trend in the winnipeg area. One of the first people to tweet about overhearing the remarks natalie police blah blah blah blah told. Cbc news. she was enjoying a nice evening in her backyard with a friends when the voices came from the sky we pause to listen and we were shocked by what we heard. It was a hilarious in inappropriate. Human blooper moment she wrote in an email. I rarely tweet but this moment seemed to bizarre not to share. Most people just laughed off the incident but not brandy armstrong armed. She believes the officers involved should be disciplined because children think that children children in the area could have easily heard their remarks a hard time believing a helicopter is going to be crystal clear kind of like speaking through a megaphone. But then you also have the helicopter noise in the background. I don't think kids could understand what was going on. Interesting six games there. You go a little distorted view. Insensitive reenactment performed on the spot right. So armstrong here is very upset. A police officer they hold a very important job tons of people. Look up to them..
Nature Makes GMO Fish
"Skeptical of aqua bounties fast-growing salmon while nature makes genetically modified fish to next up. Why the effort to find a quote biological basis for being transgender is misguided and harmful and finally cure for sickle cell diseases inches closer with the launch of a major gene. Therapy trial very exciting stuff. But first up kevin. Let's talk about Natural gm fish apparently. Yeah this is really cool and this is a report that came out in. Cbc news which is canadian broadcasting company usually not writing very favorable things about genetic engineering because this isn't genetic engineering unless it's genetic engineering that nature did so the story goes back to a couple of researchers at queens university. A lorry graham and peter davies found this evidence a while ago now that there was this antifreeze gene that helped the rainbow smelt live through freezing temperatures so super cooling fish and some other organisms can endure temperatures below freezing because of a mechanisms that keep their cells from forming ice crystals. What interesting stuff going on there and if you think about it. These are cold-blooded so when it gets below freezing you have the risk of freezing so years ago. Probably a decade and a half. I guess they found this evidence that there was A this gene that that didn't seem to make a whole lot of sense that that it that it looked like a in so we go over now to herring and smelt How was this hearing. Gene ending up and smelt the last time that they were related was by extremely distant ancestor. They said by the article article here. Two hundred and fifty million years ago so that was like the carbon difference period so these two individual lineages of fish split off pretty early a back before dinosaurs or you know and so this really cool so well same time as early dinosaurs.
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"Had over a foot, of course, major impacts to airports and vaccination centers. CBC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee Clergy members from across Columbus delivered a petition to City Hall Monday asking the former Columbus Police chief Thomas Quinlan, be fired. ABC SIXES Luanne Story A talk to those concerned about the future of the department Pastor Jeffrey Key was on the mayor's advisory board to pick the police chief last year. Ke says Quinlan doesn't have the capacity. To heal this city. He needs to be out when he took the position to be chief. Hey, matriculated from being a deputy chief, and now he's trying to go back is the conflict. We're told Thomas Quinlan is taking some time off. A CPD spokesman says Quinlan has no comment on this petition. Quinlan was demoted to deputy chief. He calls the investing in Ohio's future Governor Mike DeWine, outlining his proposed budget for 2022 23 talking about how the state can accomplish it. We're in a position to make this one time expenditure. Really, for the following reasons one. In the beginning of the pandemic, we froze state government spending. Two. We've reduced our permanent state workforce. 1500 employees. And three. We've saved money by refinancing. State debts. The governor says $50 million will be used to marketing campaigns to draw people and businesses to the state. Its ground hog day with that comes an annual four counts offered by punks to Tony Phil. It's a beautiful morning. This I can see. With all my fans, viewing virtually my faithful followers being safe and secure. Tradition of ground hog day must endure Fill those spotted his shadow, meaning there'll be six more weeks of winter. But I chucked, on the other hand, did not see a shadow this morning, indicating an early spring use radio 6 10 w TV END SPORTS The Blue Jackets back at it tonight. Hosting Dallas Stars had covert issues at the start of the year but are playing well now for one and one on the season, seven o'clock face up on Fox Sports, Ohio newly acquired Patrick Line, he could make his jackets debut They spark high Basketball update SERVICE, The Legacy Retirement group. Why Say, cracking the top 10 of the polls. Seven of the 89th and the coaches, it sets up a showdown with Iowa Thursday. Hawkeye's play tonight hosting Michigan State and Urban Meyer, plucking one of his former Buckeye assistance join his staff in Jacksonville, Chris Ash, part of the 2014 championship staff and the former Rutgers coach, and the Jags defensive backs coach from the central Ohio $100 Sports Test matter. Quit his radio 6 10 W. T. V at most Look, Lonnie cold and breezy today High of only 27 cloudy and 23 right now. Scott Jennings stay connected the Columbus and Central Ohio on the hour 30 minutes passed and.
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"The possibility of an insider attack during President elect Biden's inauguration there. Working with the Secret Service on which National Guard members here in D. C may require deeper security screening. The Associated Press first reported that in our Pentagon team has confirmed it now the government has authorized about 20. 5000 National Guard for this inauguration. Fox is Richardson. A caravan of thousands of migrants, mostly from Honduras, is heading toward the US Mexico border. Hybrids claim they're fleeing poverty, homelessness and hunger made worse by a pair of hurricanes last year. Here's what migrants heard from the incoming president plans to legalize 11 million migrants. Biden also promised to end the weight and Mexico program. Biden promise to 100 Day Moratorium on Deportations Fox is William La Genesis America is listening to Fox News. Maria Bartiromo and this is the Fox business report. US stock markets are closed for the Martin Luther King Jr holiday, However, Global stock markets wavered to soaring covert 19 cases offset investor hopes of a quick economic recovery. Even after data show that the Chinese economy rebounded faster than expected in the fourth quarter of 2000 and 20 and another big week for U. S corporate earnings, investors will digest quarterly reports from dozens of big companies. Energy futures were under selling pressure following a report from Cal. The CBC news that said President elect Joe Biden is considering canceling the permit for the Keystone XL pipeline. The pipeline, which has been delayed by legal issues would move 830,000 barrels a day of crude oil from Alberta, Canada to Steel City, Nebraska and Disneyland. Paris won't be opening its doors by another two months to April, the first due to the resurgence of covert cases in the country. That your Fox business report I'm Hillary Barsky invested in you. With.
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"He was born in Syria and fled to Newfoundland with his siblings and mom to escape the country. Civil war it come on Humans. Mom document says She didn't expect her son pick up the sport. But before long, Yaman started asking to join the local league. Just one small problem. He didn't know how to skate and he didn't have any gear, which is where local coach Michael Doyle enters the story he heard about Yaman grabbed a pair of kids ice skates and took him to a nearby rink. All right. Take on that way. A short clip from that day shows Yaman wobbling a little bit I fall and the whole thing I didn't love it. But he showed promise and wanted to keep at it. Coach. Doyle told CBC News that he took to Twitter to see if anyone had extra skates or pads for the boy. Within 20 minutes, gear started showing up at his door. People were just amazing. Like the community just came together. And it was nothing like I've ever experienced or ever expected to happen. Happens with gear and hand. Yaman didn't waste any time He joined a local team and started practicing soon. He could keep up with the rest of them. No, I'm good. I can't skate hard on. I didn't fall. I can't have go Germans. Mom, Fatima says she's thankful for the help from her new Canadian neighbors Trust Ali would have been no 10 minutes. And you have a little hokey. Yaman wakes up early to practice 6 A.m., she says, and he really loves the sport. He's also made a bunch of friends on the ice, including two other Syrian refugee Children of reach and Anna's. Coach Doyle helped them to gather gear and sign up for the team. This story of refugees finding empowerment and community through sports isn't unique to Canadian hockey sport is a tool that can help Sascha Vanity teach drama heads up the International Sports and Culture Association, or ISTA. They work in 90 countries to help refugees of all ages integrate into communities through local sports. Kennedy teach, Talmud says sports can.
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"V and Ohio State falls short in their quest for a national championship, losing to the top ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 50 to 24 in last night's title game in Miami, But I had good trying days is now is a good time to step back. But the guys on his team need to see their families. Hands. Well, we all just need a break. And you know, we've already started to put together the The schedule for the spring, but but we all need to get away for a while. This has been a long long road. Guys, Mr Families and On. They deserve time to be with them. Quarterback Justin Fields finished with 194 passing yards and a touchdown, but Bama wide receiver Devante Smith had three touchdown catches in the first half. Smith was named the game's offensive MVP. Theo investigation continues over last Wednesday's riot at the U. S. Capitol, resulting in five deaths, including two Capitol police officers. Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan's leading the investigation. Whether officers on duty were part of the problem. There are people that were working there on the sixth, and we're doing something that was nefarious. We want to make sure that that that's taken care of so that we ensure safety for the inauguration, Ryan tells ABC News. At least 10. Other Capitol police members are being looked at for their roles in the riot. The national press secretary for the Trump campaign says. It's deja vu all over again with impeachment Democrats came after him. With a purely political impeachment not too long ago. Now they're threatening to do it again. Okay, give least they pushed through a political impeachment before they're trying to do it again. An article of impeachment been introduced in the House and is expected to be voted on tomorrow. It accuses President Trump of inciting the deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol last week and FBI warning about potential armed protests. FBI bulletin alerting law enforcement across the country. But on protests are being planned at all. 50 state capitols through Inauguration Day intelligence, pointing to an unnamed armed group calling for the storming of government buildings in courthouses it President Trump is removed before January. 20th and CBC News Chief justice correspondent Pierre Thomas here in Columbus, the local level P filing an official complaint The case of fired Officer Adam Coy Shot and killed Andre Hill back in December. If Opie President Keith Farrell says they're asking for an extension of arbitration, we are waiting to find out those facts from that independent investigation. We all want so we can make our legally bound merit decision, Pharrell added. Everyone deserves to hear what happened The night that Hill died. Body Cam footage shows Coy opened fire on Hilla, his Columbus home December 22nd. Phil was unarmed at the time Theologians State University will use these shots. Teen center is a mass of Corona virus vaccination site, ABC Sixes Alexis More burgers says will be managed by Webster Medical Center Ryan Haley with always, he Wexner Medical Center says one of the challenges will be getting enough people to run the mass vaccination site. Especially since there is such a strain on health care workers in hospital systems. We're gonna have to tap into some of our other friends here in the organization, so nursing staff, pharmacists, registration staff clerical. And clinical people. Nay, Lisa's eventually Oh issue east will be used as another vaccination site, as rather locations. Columbus Public Health Holding vexing clinics at the state Fair Grounds for Group one A in the vaccination plan coming up next. Brandon Boxer meteorologist Danger Buck Michael with your ABC six first Morning Weather forecast 16 w TV and news time 5 35. Start your.
Trump speaks in N.C. after celebrating his Senate acquittal
"Trump is celebrating his acquittal in the Senate impeachment trial who is evil was corrupted was dirty cops it was leakers suppliers CBC news correspondent Karen Travers is with us from the White House good morning Karen good morning he didn't have a celebratory tone to his voice however we were really expecting this triumphant victory lap and I think we got the first hint of it yesterday morning when the president was at the national prayer breakfast an annual event in DC and he spoke in just such a somber dark tone his voice was hoarse perhaps from being up late the night before we knew he was tweeting after midnight and that continued in the afternoon you know he had cheering applauding people in front of them members of Congress his staff his lawyers and there was a celebrant Tory feel to it but the president didn't just focus on the impeachment you know he went through his list of grievances from the past couple of years and he was really venting about all of this I think there has been a lot of talk this week from Republican members of Congress people close to the president you say we hope you just moves on put this in your rear view mirror and shift your focus put it behind you and look towards the reelection senator Chuck Grassley in fact tweeted yesterday that he hoped the president would be the healer in chief now for the nation a little bit of a conciliatory outreach we did not see that yesterday from the president there was no remorse no concession and he did anything wrong despite Republican saying they hoped he would just give a little bit and what are Democrats saying will there be more investigations Lucy yesterday said there is nothing in the books there's nothing right now that they're planning there's nothing on the horizon that said I think it was striking the she didn't totally close the door on it because you know we got a lot of things that could still be coming up for member jumbled Madoc and had him a lot recently that book hasn't come out yet it will at some point and for now all we've seen are exurbs of The New York Times has seen at some point that text will be out and there could be more information in there because of course Democrats really really want to Bolton to testify there was a an insinuation by the president yesterday that there's some people may have a price to pay for putting him through all of this yeah I mean his press secretary said that flat out on fox news yesterday that Democrat should be held accountable for what they did to him and that maybe people should pay for that that was greeted with a pretty swift backlash people said that was a chilling comment from the press secretary to the president might be seeking a political retribution against people that he feels wronged him they haven't said exactly what he would do but I think we're just seeing it already with that Ronnie and how aggressively the president is criticizing him for being that one Republican vote that was guilty on the first article of impeachment alright Karen thanks for your time have a great weekend CBC's Karen Travers with us from the White House The Washington Post is reporting the president trump plans to push out a national security official who testified against him during the impeachment inquiry lieutenant colonel Alexander Vendramin said during his testimony that right matters and that's why he agreed to testify the post claims the trump will have then been reassigned to the defense department pushing him out of the White House CNN is reporting that there are indications also that acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney may be on the verge of being pushed
12 candidates qualify for 4th Democratic debate
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He wanted to save on car insurance. But no one expected this
"It's time to go beyond the headlines this morning's Mike Gavin is finally here back welcome back with a look at some of the other stories you'll. Be talking about this morning good morning well. The men of the world are well aware Jen and we often pay higher. Car insurance rates than women do even if not all of us are reckless behind the wheel that's forcing, at, least one man to take extreme measures in order to save. A few bucks quitting to report a Canadian. Man legally changed his gender to female so he can. Take advantage of better car, insurance rates offered to women and save up. To nearly eleven hundred Canadian dollars a man identified only as David who lives in Alberta told CBC news that he. Was given a quota forty five hundred. Canadian dollars for the insurance of eight Chevrolet, Cruze he wanted to buy the insurance told him his yearly Bill would be around eleven hundred dollars less if he was a woman David, said he, was pretty angry about that so he, decided to, try to take. Advantage of lower rates by trying. To beat the System to make this work David had. Legally changed his gender on. A birth certificate which required a doctor's note just weeks later after submitting all the documentation David. Was legally. A, female and was subjected to lower premium rates for, the insurance as you might imagine not everyone is giving David. Hi fives for, this move he's received criticism from the transgender. Community and from Canadian lawmakers who are accusing him of perjury who's this doctor apparently he said it was very easy to do he just had had to go. To a doctor and said this is what. I would like to do and the doctor I couldn't say no if he. Wanted to sort of again identify as a woman he says you look I'm not trying to do the, doctrine, to mock the transgender community I just want to lower rates. Just wanna to save money I just wanted. Just want to save money he didn't wanna take fifteen. Minutes to save money the, other way he just wanted to save money. This way so a lot of money to save I'm surprised nobody else has tried this It is and I'm guessing we'll probably close. Whatever loophole is in place year to allow him to do this. And nobody else does is because everybody else. Now is going to be rushing to. Their doctors to get notes today