11 Burst results for "Charles Feldman"
KCBS All News
"charles feldman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"And they offer free tools and training. They started the program back in 2016 and since then close to 5000 drains have been adopted, which is a big help for a system that channels storm water and sewage water through a single pipe. In San Francisco, David Welch, all right, we have just confirmed that the governor has pushed back his update on the storm and also what they're doing to prepare for the one that's going to arrive later this evening and tomorrow also damage that happened across much of Northern California. He was originally supposed to speak at 1 o'clock that has been pushed back to two 45 this afternoon and when he speaks, we'll bring it to you live here on K CBS. Now this is a bit hard to say, slow session. But Charles Feldman tells us it's what at least one economist thinks the U.S. is headed for. It's kind of like a recession, only maybe not as bad. You have little to no growth in a slow session, job losses in some industries, a pullback in spending and investment. So clearly things are slowing down, things are not, it doesn't feel comfortable. Chris to read us this deputy chief economist at moody's analytics, and he's the guy who coined the term slow session. But you don't have the kind of significant widespread or prolonged downturn that would be consistent with a typical recession. So slow session here we come, maybe. But hey, it's slow. So maybe it won't get here any time soon. In Los Angeles, Charles Feldman case CBS. Well, the forty-niners are trying to iron out just a few defensive issues ahead of this afternoon's game, which gets underway shortly. We'll have more on that with Joe coming up in about three minutes. This portion of the new sponsored by celebrity cruises visit celebrity dot com. The simplest healthy habit to start this new year is one for your dog. Every day, more dog people and more vets are quitting the kibble, kicking the cans, and feeding their dogs dog food that's actually, well, food. The
KCBS All News
"charles feldman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"They purr and move about so lifelike, in fact, at times, anneliese has to remind folks. They're not actually real. They had one patient, say, I hope that was a happy cat when it was alive because they thought it was a taxidermy cat. Forget about the toys under the Christmas tree for kids this year, Charles Feldman says there may be toys under that tree just for grown-ups. We're talking about LEGO sets geared toward the emerging kid adult market and even stuffed dolls and other playthings usually associated with childhood, but now being embraced by adults. Some think the pandemic brought this all on, regardless, toy companies are filling a need. The biggest of the bunch is called squishmallows. James John is a senior editor of the toy insider. These plush squishy animals and characters really did attract a growing number of adult collectors that were using them first, what we were hearing was they were replacing the pillows in their house with them. Now there is apparently even a trend of adult women dressing up in outfits similar to the ones worn by their favorite childhood dolls. In Los Angeles, Charles Feldman case CBS. Jurors in Los Angeles have found rapper Lana's guilty of three felonies in the 2020 shooting of hip hop star Megan Thee Stallion. The verdict was announced in Los Angeles superior court yesterday after the jury deliberated for a day. Meghan was wounded with bullet fragments in her feet after getting out of an SUV she was riding in with Lana's in the Hollywood Hills and testified later that he had shot her. Lana's attorneys argued that she was shot by another woman. Lana's could get more than 20 years in prison and now faces deportation to his native Canada. Well, did you procrastinate when it comes to gifts and you still need to hit up the store also in order to feed your holiday guests so we're talking
KCBS All News
"charles feldman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"A week. Hi. Which is why analy Nielsen, a clinical nurse specialist at San Francisco general hospital may have found the next best thing. Robots that look feel and sound just like real pets. It's been a great response. I mean, patients just love them. And the staff loves them too. It brings a smile to people's faces. They purr and move about, so lifelike, in fact, at times, anneliese has to remind folks. They're not actually real. They had one patient, say, I hope that was a happy cat when it was alive because they thought it was a taxidermy cat. And that was ET hard reporting. Well, forget about the toys under the Christmas tree for children this year, Charles Feldman says there may be toys under that tree just for the grown-ups. We're talking about LEGO sets geared toward the emerging kid adult market and even stuffed dolls and other playthings usually associated with childhood, but now being embraced by adults. Some think the pandemic brought this all on, regardless, toy companies are filling a need. The biggest of the bunch is called squishmallows. James John is a senior editor of the toy insider. These plush squishy animals and characters really did attract a growing number of adult collectors that were using them first, what we were hearing was they were replacing the pillows in their house with them. Now there is apparently even a trend of adult women dressing up in outfits similar to the ones worn by their favorite childhood dolls. In Los Angeles, Charles Feldman case CBS. Hi, this is Casey VS reporter and anchor Megan goldsby. My question this holiday season is why does every string of lights come with a bunch of replacement bulbs if I'm never actually able to make the string work after replacing them? Is that just me? Well, I'm wishing you better luck with your holiday lights than I've had with mine and a very happy new year. Coming up on K CBS. I'm Jim Taylor. Santa Claus is coming to town where in the world is he right now? Quesadillas news times 7 45 were onto the sports line now, the warriors will be taking on the grizzlies tomorrow, tip off at 5 p.m. NFL action four today. The niners will be at it against the Washington commanders as at one O 5 this afternoon with more sports news now here's Stephen Langford. Giants fans may not recover from the week's events as shortstop Carlos Correa was within minutes of becoming a San Francisco giant and details continue to emerge, the most prominent being that Correa and his agent Scott Boris were in a hotel room in San Francisco, and he had even gotten dressed for the introductory press conference before hearing the Giants felt concerned over his health over the course of the 13 year contract. Now Boris is baseball's quote unquote super agent. And while he was at the press conference for the Yankees introducing Carlos rodon, he spoke to reporters publicly for the first time since Correa opted to sign with the New York mets. He was obviously surprised, you know, as we all work, frankly. We're very surprised. And apparently, he and Correa weren't the only ones who were in San Francisco expecting an introductory press conference. We were all in the hotel in San Francisco. He had
KCBS All News
"charles feldman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Concern for them is not to die out here in the street. They have no food, no shelter, no water. A verdict in the case of a former Texas police officer in the shooting death of a black woman through the window of her home. Vertebrates with the jury find the defendant Aaron York dean guilty of the offensive manslaughter as sign and signed by the presiding juror. CBS News brief. I'm Deborah Rodriguez. Case CBS News time two 32. Good morning. I'm ELISA clancy. For the very first time, a new gene editing technology has been used to successfully treat a teenager with treatment resistant leukemia. The 13 year old patient named Alyssa went into remission a month after receiving what's known as base editing technology, which modifies donor cells to destroy T cells in the body and months later she continues to improve. For more, kcbs pat Thurston and Brett burkhart spoke to doctor wasim kassem, Professor of cell and gene therapy at University of college London. He led the program that manufactured Alyssa's donor cells. It sounds to me as if one of the differences here before some of the prior efforts at this type of treatment is that it is the donor who sells are being treated, not the patients. You're absolutely right. There's quite a few T cell therapies around the cold call T cell therapies where patients own immune cells are collected in engineered and given back. And we've had a program for some time to try and use donor cells and engineer them in such a way that you can use them in multiple patients. And those extra steps require gene editing. Now, the difference for at least treatment was that we've applied the new technology for the first time, which is called base editing. And that's pretty smart technology. It's come out of MIT and it essentially allows us to change single letters of the DNA code one at a time, which is the which is a new and exciting part of this type of treatment. How is alysa doing? Because actually, sir, we treated her back in the start of May, she received herself. It's been over 6 months. And we're very cautious to say, well, okay, she's doing well. Her bone marrow is clear of leukemia, she's having repeated sampling and tests done. And we're very cautious to not try and predict what's going to happen because we know certainly the first 6 months, certainly the first 12 months, let's say, a crucial for these patients to know if it's really truly gone or whether there might be some chance of it coming back in the future. So if you do really well to that home and in fact, I think she's quite enjoying some of the attention that's come from the release of the story. Well, she is a teenager after all. She's a remarkable teenager. Teenagers of course, it can go both ways. And engaging and has been happy to help all the way through. It's fabulous. So I love this. I'm very excited about all of this. And I think everybody who's listening is excited about this. But this technology may be able to be used for more than leukemia. Leukemia is a blood cancer. Will it be able to be used to treat other cancers and potentially other diseases? And if so, when yeah, so look, it's really important to say this. We're dealing with blood cancers, leukemia, and lymphoma. And those have so far been if you like the easier end of trying to treat cancer using cell therapy is going to be in therapy. So it's harder to treat some of the solid cancers prostate and breast and so on. They're just more challenging. They've got more difficult types of protection against cells and against chemotherapy and so on. So it's much harder to treat those cancers. The other area where this technology will be applied and it's imminent is to try and correct certain gene changes that are inherited and cause diseases. One good example of that is sickle cell where there's a single change in the DNA code that makes the red blood cells behave abnormally. And so there are programs. We're not doing those treatments for other people will. And I'm pretty sure sometime next year the studies will start to try and treat those type of conditions with this type of technology. That's doctor wassim kaseem was Professor of stem and gene therapy at university college, London. A faster than you can say, the winter COVID surge may soon be upon us, Charles Feldman says The White House has whipped up a plan. No fancy name for it pretty straightforward, the winter COVID preparedness plan, one major part of it. You can once again get a limited number of free at home COVID tests, mail to you by the post office. The number one I was very pleased to see that free tests will once again be available. Doctor Sabrina sumo is an infectious disease expert at Boston medical center. We have a thankfully high level of population level immunity. So people have been exposed to the virus either through infection or through vaccination. The White House also says it will be monitoring for new variants and also making sure nursing homes and the like are protected. The price of gas is dropping less than four bucks a gallon at some stations in the Bay Area, and experts say it's a trend they expect to continue. Here's kcbs Jim Taylor. Ah, look what we found on Cesar Chavez. Gas
KCBS All News
"charles feldman" Discussed on KCBS All News
"FDIC 1241 at K CBS and scientists here on earth are already doing some house hunting on Mars for the day when humans finally land on the red planet. We are not talking about a three bedroom two bath split level on a cul de sac, think of something more primitive, like a cave. There are over 1000 possible keys entrances on Mars. Geoscientist Nicole bardoli is a researcher at the university of Arizona. My research showed that approximately 9 of them might be actual candidate caves that we could land in and potentially use a shelters for future robotic and possibly human exploration. Her conclusions are based on imagery from the Mars Odyssey and Mars reconnaissance orbiter spacecraft. She says much like the moon, Mars can not support life as it is. The atmosphere is not breathable, so we'd have to bring some sort of airlocks environment with us. Food, tools, and recreational items would also have to be flown in from earth. One thing that Mars appears to have in abundance is water. It says it's frozen just under the planet's surface and would have to be dug out for drinking farming and cleaning. Eric Thomas, older, wealthier and wider reporter Charles Feldman tells us that's the latest profile of those who can afford to buy a home. That comes courtesy of the national association of realtors and it is very discouraging to say the least. Of course, now we have interest rates growing up as the Federal Reserve tries to combat inflation and that's also going to put pressure on new home buyers. Austin Clemens is director of economic measurement policy at the Washington center for equitable growth. So that's tending to push out people with lower income, which means younger people. Communities of color and so forth. First time buyers now represent the smallest share of the market in more than 40 years. In Los Angeles, Charles Feldman case CBS. We are 90 seconds away from sport. If dog people made dog food, it definitely wouldn't look like dusty burnt Brown pebbles. It would actually be food. It would be made with real fresh meat and veggies, gently cooked to preserve the nutritional
"charles feldman" Discussed on Backlisted
"Nikki. What is Thomas pynchon known for? Oh no. Okay, excellent. What's the answer? He's a novelist, Nikki. Yeah, okay, yeah. No, no, that's fine. No. What's he known by? He's known for writing a lot of 49. He's playing it straight. John, next question, what happened to Thomas pynchon? What happened to Thomas pincher? That's such a big question to answer. I mean, Thomas pincher became very, very famous. And has remained famous, although we haven't nailed the Izzy as famous as he used to be, is he is important and influential as he used to be. I love Sam earlier said that we kind of grew up surrounded by pensions children. Well, let's ask Sam the next one. What is Thomas pynchon's writing style? The answer Google gives this probably post modern, but I'd say pinch onion. Pretty good. Brown we go, the spinning wheel. And finally, Sarah to you, the question people wanted to know above all other questions on Google is Thomas pynchon real. I mean, I can't personally attest to it, but I have reason to believe that he is real and I have met people who purport to have met him. So I've got 1° of separation. So I think he's real, but I can't prove it, and of course this is very much a novel about paranoia and about how do we know if we know what we think we know is true or not. So that was such a great question. And does it matter? Exactly. I could get very paranoid wondering. Someone rushed to had dinner with him, didn't he and said, and when they asked because I think he'd given it a nice review of Vineland when a lot of people were not being anywhere they had dinner and when asked about it afterwards all rushed he would say he was the Thomas pynchon. I wanted him to be. Which I think is pretty good answer. Well, he's famous for being supposedly a recluse and in the 1997 CNN set a reporter on his trail. And here's a little excerpt of the piece that they ran back then. One of the 20th century's most respected novelists, many of his fans don't even know what he looks like. Senator Charles Feldman draws to pierce the mystery and Thomas pincher. He's the Greta Garbo of literature. And this fascinates quite a few readers. Some of them have tried to seek him out. Others suspect that he's a kind of a Wizard of Oz type character behind the scenes who has access to all sorts of special knowledge. Fans may be disappointed to learn pension leads us somewhat conventional life in New York City. In fact, should you pass the now 60 year old author on a busy Manhattan sidewalk. You wouldn't even know. It's true point CNN caught up with pynchon, and he is among the people you have been looking at. At pensions request and after much debate, CNN has opted not to point them out in the crowd. Pension told CNN by phone, a rare public comment. Let me be unambiguous. I prefer not to be photographed. And as for the notion that he is a recluse, pension told us and we quote my belief is that recluse is a code word, generated by journalists, meaning doesn't like to talk to reporters. He's actually a recluse and not an author, not just he's famous for being a recluse. That's correct. That was a it's a real. He's a reclusive Manhattan. He's not a recluse..
Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"charles feldman" Discussed on Cork's 96fm Opinion Line
"Walk the wages billion with pj kuchen now. Thirty three nine hundred. Ninety six on ports ninety-six pam in eighty seven days. Time santer. we'll be doing his ron's bringing toys to all the good boys and girls around cork city and county and around the world. He won't be too out the debate front plate workers bonus. But there you go. Please don't get stalking me. Here's a new idea for toys all year round rather than buying them and having a child either play with them get bored with them or destroy them. Brianna rent the choice. Change them every couple months and pay rental every couple of months to rent new toys new toys. Maybe they're made out of sustainable cereals and and all of that genetic sanders is the founder of the ever taught toyed club but where did the idea come from. Good morning. Hi good morning. So they came while i was pregnant with my son orlando and at the time. We're living by looking up every night. You need for a new baby and of course all those things include toys and i came across the concept of a club and we're very looked into by there was running so out. Who is he was born. We were using the toy up there then. We moved back to arlen last september and was looking for something similar here because we actually really missed or monday. Delivery toys only couldn't find anything we decided. Set it up for ourselves. How does it work very heavy set so every one. You got a new toy secret. Four toys in each box after monta carrier comes back with a new box and you give them the whole box which is sent out joss altered and cleaned and sanitized under center new for me. And how much does it cost so starts on twenty nine ninety nine a month and then we have treat six or twelve months packages as well and is all discounts with them. So what kind of toys are in the box i. I'm looking at it there you. You have ecofriendly wooden toys and you have educational toys. So how do you choose the toys. Yes so we chose old lebron's that we have for their funding problems or sustainable. They used wooden toys recycled plastics out. There already good gerbil fun toys and we only mourn who's a nor charles feldman expert to help us choose the toys as well so there will be the most suitable toys for your child for their age to help them with their development helped him hit the milestones to help them with the find motor skills. They're learning most vulgar lots of fun so it's simply a matter of signing old. It's at what is it called caveats dot. I ease your websites yet. That's a clerical study. And we're on facebook in scramble and cost is it. It's it's it's looking at your cost structure not going to reveal it on the air and all get into detail about it would be cheaper and having having had children and know the cost of toys it would be a lot cheaper exactly with the other day average the only thing about it is am genetic that as you know unsure as a moment sometimes they just wanna play with the box. It came in of. That's happened us as well where he wants to play with the box of That's why we've chosen the most kind of fun toys. Most engaging toys act for the right age them okay. All right just knew. Anybody wants to get involved. Rain wants to find out more. It's a new irish statoil. A toy club. Clever todd's dot e pay a monthly fee. Get a bucks or toys every moment you keep it back. The following month stained and sanitized and send it. It's club the weren't around in my time. We'll see anyone we incident. Would you do that. Would you rent toys by the moment. And i suppose if child particularly liked one toy then you go and you buy one for further. That's that's probably another unto us. Eight hundred fifty seven one five nine nine six getting oodles and oodles of comments on the bonuses. And i could be here until three o'clock today let alone. Twelve o'clock on bonuses. But allen says just to add to your earlier texter craig. Who said revenue can tell who was paying tax. I believe he's right but those who pay taxes and worked from home during the pandemic like teachers who already got tax relief on their electric. They're using the phone that broadband and that totaled far more than five hundred quit claiming this relief and also claiming to be a frontline worker in my eyes is fraud. The teachers in my children's primary school spent less than three hours on zoom with each child for the duration of the home schooling period on my cellphone. My wife altered are working hours to make sure our children were up to date on their lessons which were posted online by the hardworking teachers every sunday evening. Next we'll be hearing the ministers becaming be frontline workers cause of all the things that they did. God blesses this country gets more farcical every day. No let's reiterate one thing jennifer who statue this conversation on the opinion on this morning is a teacher and she said listen. I don't want any bonus is the unions are saying they're demanding it for. I don't want any bonus in fact if you wanna give us anything. Give us better supplies in the schools putting more. Co two monitors build more schools create. More places that's the best way to do it so she didn't want any bonus geraldine. Lincoln sailed on forget chiropody. Senator with you're laughing here. Don't forget sharples. Who are keeping everyone on their toes and getting people back on their feet. Thanks charleen paul. Forty percent of hey chassis staff. The closest they got to the front line was walk in the front door of the hospital to turn my stomach to know. They the bonus. Don't get me going on zoomed teachers. They know who worked in the pandemic they should get tax. Credits has john paul. No one should get a bonus. People had livelihood destroyed during the pandemic. Should they be considered of any group and acknowledged into our children is more appropriate after all they had been branded victories of the virus and they were shunned by society they also suffered isolation and other effects that as adults inflicted on them with the line that they are resilient. The children gave up so much so invest in bam. Norris's got paid to do their jobs. I've more promise that. I will come back to you. Eighteen fifty seven one five nine nine six. I said at the top of the program. And i tweeted last night when i was watching it. That's been around the block in this whole job and the job i had before and i thought i didn't shock anymore. I thought that nothing which me anymore. And then last.
The Celtic Exchange Podcast
"charles feldman" Discussed on The Celtic Exchange Podcast
"The scene the funds these defines scheming as to how to have this of at the action when he to the left he was really affective again. I mean like even lincoln up play. I i really. He's funny. He plays it in the laugh dies in the hit on east getting limited. Go apart from government. Tatum mega tunnel by. I see him really effective life. No here much much profanity. Though i i do as we saw the first couple of games this season that was really starting to to thrive m just disappointed goal to death. He's up there for the money. The much world Think about him a ticket for these performances for me for the first fifty minutes also give the mice spots hot as how not to give this. Arthritis is tumble about dusty. I any anyone about about us. I forty five minutes was one of one of the highlights from the of the of the game. He was absolutely unplayable at points. Unplayable yeah a lot wars. Jt on for two minutes and is involved in the goal. The sex goal four minutes. Just good we both straying just to be peaceful. But when you came on i'll i'll for it was to go any of these can substitutes governor bach. I'm about an how he's kim on yourself printing by fitness so an technically gopher. He's check they also could see is obsolete it was an eighth piff limited free and he's just over the keeper for these forty hours and could you tell me. The last celtic midfield hot. So these are among extensively celts. Someone was telling me is a kick and all of the eighteen season. We may want to check out but the anyone's get any and data onto the not just lies new on one of the two feeds. This will be the so sex. Goals are no clean sheet. What do you think is in store for the week ahead. we've got seventies left. Bundle off seven days team. I believe more they come Of us that eight about committed to the which is a good business. You have leaned skills. He's been oversee mentioned He's cumin allow probably done monday. Tuesday i believe got a business done before we go over to in for the second. Lay out obas stunt show. We can start to concentrate on the bigger fish which is obviously I is almost back when they get there. The bag one and sunday for over an i can guarantee you at all looking forward today with of optimism So yeah hoping resorting to the celtic the celtics stuff in me. Wait till the last minute. Let's get the less we know. We know what we need I'm happy with charles feldman. Do at the moment but the story me team prove i think bjorn skills i think i just go through the four and he and i think you'll get them so that would be really strengthen depth to the squad because forsling eleven hot to be the focus of course bought through industrial intense football. We're gonna need that debt. So and what are the baltic funny up. So what's again fails go to celtic celtic sex san marino. And thank you for joining me here. And thank you for listening sponsored by ten ten podcasts..
ABA Inside Track
"charles feldman" Discussed on ABA Inside Track
"Copa. Get to find out at least some of the results there. I i do and the studies that are coming out. It's interesting data. Gotta go back to the beginning though. What are we actually talking about program. If folks are interested in learning more about my fellow saint. Certainly the mindfulness in the classroom book. Recently come out you can. You can pick it up everywhere i know. I got my copy on amazon. If folks are interested in learning more. About mindfulness the resources or do you have a email address or you know or of your lab or anything where people could could gather more information. While a lot of things. I'm going to mention are actually in the book. I'm going gonna say i think i think the good book for if you're to ostrom if kids who are struggling. I think it's a very good book that if you on amazon if you are publicist says you should leave review. That'd be helpful appreciate that all. We'll shameless plug their. They got my email. Address is a j. season. Charles feldman f. as in frank l. reasons victory are asked why are dot. Edu a lot of the work that we do have to at least one year. is on my website. Which if you will search for mind body laboratory their accuse it will pop out actually just remember mine bio laboratory. It should be one on the first page somewhere. Yeah other resources to check out for researcher. The american phone's research association wonderful resource in a few large groups around the country. That are doing really cutting edge research and have a lot of resources on their websites other. I would just checking out. The work done at university at madison. Are university wisconsin. Madison wrote a lot of excellent research. The university of california san diego website have great stuff on there including downloadable practices materials type in ucsd. Mindfulness that comes up colleagues. Done at university of virginia penn state. Ucla name if you are.
The Double Dropkick Show
"charles feldman" Discussed on The Double Dropkick Show
"Match on the card. Crowd was into it. All night is it was very successful. Friday to be drawn over two hundred. That building was packed And you know. They've set up their show their next show for march twentieth. So i w we started the year off very very well i do. I do think in georgia. You've got to run if you really wanna be noticed you've got to run a certain number of shows and so. I was a little bit surprised that they weren't running in february. But there's still plenty of your left. We are in the middle of a pandemic so obviously nobody ran ten or twelve shows. Well some people did maybe last year but it was a good. You know There were several people. Charles feldman his report stated. This was the best i to be show. He'd ever been to. Who's the for. It was only i w show. I've been to and it was. It was fine show I do Put it around report. It just seemed like a show that never really got into a flow. And i think there's reasons for that that i've talked about on behind the scenes so i am very curious very curious to see where it goes from here. They're gonna have good show on the twentieth and On march twentieth again. I'll have some some more news notes on that on behind the scenes and then Maybe talking about that. A little bit owns deeper guy this week for our patrons. I do want to welcome a new patron to the show. Josh fields susan. Wbz's now patrons. So josh thank you so much for your support of the double drop kick show and hopefully over you enjoy the content. We're putting out there. let's talk about chester. Ap debut this friday night january. Twenty ninth gestures. I show the year And the main event And i believe this for the. Ap w heavyweight championship team. Ely written. anthony henry. I don't know if the singles matches happened anywhere before this is officially now anthony. Henry's last match and south carolina for the foreseeable future that his last independent match We know that the following weekend have as his official or eating lane february. He'll have his last official independent match at action wrestling. I don't know yet if anything henry. If his family's moving to florida. Or i know many of the talents their next move down to the orlando area but is very burying to me a lot of questions about this match. You know how to me lou. Retton he tweaked it at the exit. Sixteen last weekend Again this is going to be. This is a very intriguing match. This is this is one of those you know. I'd call it a measuring stick Eighty henry is on his way out of the independent. Seeing and tim. Retin is coming off a very public break up with white mike in the gym. Nasty boys seemingly retinas trying to set his course his singles course for twenty twenty one. And so this an intriguing match of this is one of those matches. Where i mean it. I'm recording this on monday morning. I'm trying to figure out how to get for friday night So kudos to to kudos to some wrestling around here mean putting on not putting on matches that people have seen before again. I have driven a lot of miles last. Couple weekends. going to wrestling shows and It's it's been. It's been intriguing to be out in about So chester's coming up this friday The following weekend three count pro wrestling is going to be back in greenville February the sixth for a meltdown Open to be a part of that..
KNX In Depth with Charles Feldman and Mike Simpson
Trump Calls Omarosa Manigault Newman ‘That Dog’ in His Latest Insult
"Like something happened and it's fairly the second day of school and like I didn't know how to react surveillance video of the shooting has since been turned over to police are now searching for two men who allegedly shot the victim to death next to his pickup former LAPD sergeant Stacey Koon who served time in prison for his role in the Rodney King beating in nineteen Ninety-one pleaded not guilty today to misdemeanor DUI counts stemming from his arrest in the Kostanic area after a traffic collision on may first the 67-year-old coons. Facing one misdemeanor, count each, of driving under the influence of alcohol. Beverage and driving with a zero point oh eight percent blood alcohol content Coon, is due back in Court October