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Police Capture Man Wanted in 4 Killings After Week on Run
"The week long manhunt South Carolina is over after police arrested a man wanted in the killings of four people I'm a particle search led to the arrest of Tyler Terry in the woods of South Carolina here's Chester County sheriff Mack's Dorsey courtesy WSOC TV he was taken into custody custody safely no shots were fired more than three hundred officers helped in the search I believe he was certainly ready to run but he was just he was surrounded there were several sightings of Terry since he ran from a wrecked car after firing on Chester County deputies the car was driven by Adrian Simpson who faces charges along with Terry in the killing of her estranged husband Terry is charged with murder for a shooting in York in early may and the deaths of two other people in Missouri I'm Jennifer king
South Carolina Manhunt for Multi-State Murder Suspect Tyler Terry Continues
"Here in the U. S. The hunt for a killer in Chester County, South Carolina, North of Columbia, Tyler Terry has been on the run since Monday, when police say he fired shots and deputies during a high speed chase. He's also linked to four killings and separate shootings from South Carolina to Missouri. Police are asking residents to keep doors locked and firearm secured, saying Terry is to be considered
Philadelphia's Suburban Battleground: Can The GOP Recover?
"Reliably voted Republican. But the suburbs have changed. And last November, Donald Trump lost them in a big way. Now, with the 2020 midterms in view, both parties are wondering what's going to happen when Trump is not on the ballot. NPR national political correspondent Don Gonyea reports from the vote rich Philadelphia suburbs. Leads drop in on Chester County, Pennsylvania, It's suburban Philadelphia but a place with its own identity. We have a huge agricultural community. We are the mushroom capital of the world. You could come here for a mushroom festival on New Year's Eve. It's quite fun Democrat Mary in Moscow It's his chair of the Chester County Board of Commissioners. And we have a lot of industry were very big in the bio Pharma life sciences community. We have new technology coming in. So ah, lot of great things happening here. Right Next door is Montgomery County, where lives create? Hey V chairs the local Republican party, she says she's watched these suburbs flip from red to blue some only in the past few years. But she says the shift began long before that, If you look at the trends, this has been happening for many, many years. I think it accelerated over the last couple of years. But when I moved into Montgomery County 21 years ago, it was already starting to change in 2016. Hillary Clinton beat Trump in these suburbs, but not by enough of a margin to make up for trump strength in the States rural areas. She lost Pennsylvania, but Joe Biden racked up huge margins in the Philly suburbs. It was key To his statewide victory. The suburbs are far more diverse than they were decades ago, and many suburban voters had an intense dislike of Donald Trump Republican create A V is hoping some of those more moderate voters come back to the GOP. Now that they don't have trump who people voted against because they didn't Like him as a person. He's gone now. And so people are actually looking at issues now and things that affect them on a day to day basis. The changing politics in the suburbs
The Mystery Of The Pennhurst Asylum
"The eastern pennsylvania institution for the feeble minded and epileptic later called pinehurst asylum was originally established as a facility for the disabled opened in nineteen o eight. The property contained in array of buildings all scattered around large tracts of farmland in chester county. Thirty miles outside of philadelphia though it might sound like it was designed for care and comfort. The reality was anything. But the institute was first created to house intellectually and developmentally disabled people alongside those who suffered from epilepsy but this strategy was unwise as such patients had very different needs. What's worse is that. Many of the institutions goals were based on the nineteenth century eugenics movement proponents of the movement believed that the human gene pool should be protected and anyone deemed. Genetically inferior. Should be prevented from reproducing by forced sterilization or segregation from the rest of society. For this reason. People with certain kinds of disabilities whose families could not care for them were sent to penn hearst. Most of them came as infants or children. Girls and boys are separated into different buildings. So there wouldn't be any sexual mixing in the decades since the institution closed a slew of modern day rumors claim that penn hurst carried out forced sterilizations on its patients. But while sterilization did occur at similar institutions in the united states. There was actually no record of it at pinehurst. Rumors of the institute's horrific procedures ran rampant. The last perhaps this is because the hospital was shrouded in an era of mystery it operated almost completely independently of the outside world. It had its own power plant and produced its own. Food and supplies were brought in by a special rail. Line pen hurts was designed so that no one from the outside could get in but more importantly so that no one on the inside could ever get out. Georgie was carrying a stack of folded sheets toward the finish piles. When he noticed a girl arguing with an orderly. George stopped in his tracks. She had long shiny hair and was pointing a finger directly at him confidently shouting and screaming. He was instantly captivated and continued to watch her but eventually to more orderlies came over to give her a shot. And take away georgie side. Good things never lasted. Long at penn harris georgia's mother had left him there when he was only three. He never knew why not what he done or where she'd gone he'd been stuck in this place for twelve years and he knew it like the back of his hand. He knew that when the girl got taken away it was the last he'd see of her or so he thought The next day georgy walked into the laundry building at his heart nearly stopped there. She was if he someone else. He could've tapped on her shoulder and introduced himself but as it was he could barely manage breathing and walking at the same time. Georgie said down in front of his pile of sheets and started cursing himself for being so shy and that was when someone tapped him on the shoulder turned. The girl was standing behind him. A fitted sheet in her hand. She has georgie how to fold it. Her name was kerry. No one was happy to be. A pen harassed. But carrie was indignant about it. She said she didn't belong there. That was why she'd been fighting with the orderly. There was no way she was going to spend the day slaving over an ironing board if she wasn't getting paid the orderly at said that barbital injection might change her mind but it obviously didn't soon george bush love. He used to find laundry duty tedious. But now it was the only thing. He looked forward to because laundry. Duty meant seeing carry a few weeks. After they first met george carey was sitting on a low stone wall outside the laundry carried. Turn to him with a frown. She asked to launch. She was a burden after her parents died. Her guardianship went to her uncle.
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"CEO of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry. He's written a piece of broadened liberty. Why do we have a Legislature? It really and you'd think that it would seem silly the need to write a piece about this, but he kind of redefines and reminds us That there are three co equal branches of government. There is one that matters called the Legislature, and it's one that we've been asking a lot about for really the better part of a two least a calendar year or more when it comes to Harrisburg, and that's what he continues to ask in this piece today, Mr Chirac e welcome back to the show. Good morning. My gosh, You brought me back to my childhood days. I appreciate it that I've hurt a good schoolhouse Rock and sometimes that I mean, that's the thrust of it. I think that I'm always kind of amazed at Are sort of willingness to kind of gloss. I tell the story a lot. I remember the late Justice Scalia at a dinner. It was one of the great thrills I ever had was to hear him. Talk about. Just before he died, he said it used to be that the judicial and the executive branch were ferociously jealous of the £800 gorilla in government. That was the the Legislature. They were the ones with the power. They control the purse. Among other things, they were considered the ones That were sort of the muscle of the three branches. Now that's at the federal level. But one would think that should equally applied at the state level. And that isn't the way it seems. We've you legislatures anymore. They're almost not even discussed. Well, it's frightening. You know, it's a change has been subtle and then persistent. You know, it's the old story of how do you boil a frog in water? Well, you don't drop them in boiling water. You drop him in 80 degree water and slowly raising until the forefront boils. And that's where we started. We heard news stories last January February of the virus. Coming here. And the governor came forward and said, I'm gonna need you to stand down for two weeks. We're gonna close everything worked from home. We'll have some essential businesses. You know, we'll open our hospitals will deliver food to grocery stores that yes, stay in place. Just two weeks before the two weeks we're up. It was a month before the month was up. We were in the color coding systems and before you know it, those of us in the Delaware Valley Weren't allowed to congregate with friends. It's couldn't play baseball or softball. And you couldn't go to work until almost July. 4th. And that started in early March. And now is the life force and we know the story. So it is time we say as we're coming up on the one year anniversary. Why do we have a legislature? I mean, we all know why you have emergencies. Right way. No. Why? You come home at night and there's a tree fall on the police Tell you you can't use 2 52. You got to go around. There's gonna be a major snowstorm. They say stay off the highway, So we consult. We understand those sort of things. We understand in a tornado or a flood or hurricane a governor comes in and says there's emergency powers. We're gonna need to build a tent. We're going to need to see these folks get from housing. We need to take some of Earth's positions. We don't need it Months. 11 or 12 in Pennsylvania. The Legislature's right there down the hall. For all of us have been to the capital. The governor's office is a few 100 ft in the Legislature. They're there. They've passed bills. He vetoed them who? Their he hasn't had a meeting face to face with a wet with legislators and almost a year. It's time to ask. Why do we have a Legislature and the danger is not an academic discussion? This is not a history class. This is not a political science class. We're supposed to debate things They're supposed to be done in the open. There's supposed to be given. Take We're not getting the given Take. We're not getting a debate, and I will tell you as a business person. As for our members. It's virtually impossible to decide how to build and plan ahead when you know that your day to day regulations are at the will of whatever the governor says is an emergency because there's a virus. It's a dangerous precedent, and we ought to change it now, so that it never happens again. Guys. Iraqi Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry president CEO If I ask you the question Cause I don't know the answer to it. Whether you're talking about a school district, deciding whether to re open or a business that can or cannot re open, Uh, lower whatever the case may be People church Try to re open the door if I say who's in charge. Who's in charge. I'm not sure if you ask any group of people trying to make a decision about how to go forward. They necessarily know how to answer it, Do you Yes. It's the governor unless he says he isn't Com and that's what's become frightening. Because Philadelphia or Chester County or your township for your school that they want to do things. What the governors in charge till he says he isn't So It's not the usual introduce the bill and as committee hearings and have debate And it's not simply that a school district makes a decision or township right now in Pennsylvania, the governor's in charge except in those places where he's decided he's not. For a while, but I hear these and I'm starting a ruptured. I hear these just just just to drill down on this. I hear these things like health departments or health directors and respective counties have to decide on these metrics dropping solo infection rates have to be at this percentage of that percentage to make decisions on movements of LeBeau, Bob left. I don't know what dictates that is that coming from what? The health department to governor who like where the who determines these guardrails and metrics? Exactly. I guess that's my maybe broader questions. Say it all goes back there. Wolf, The governor. It all goes back to Wolf. I mean to it, to a certain extent, the Department of Health aside, but again, the Department of Health, the secretary of health, is appointed by the governor. Immediate staff were appointed by the governor and secretary help. So when the state Department of Health say, you know, restaurants can only serve a 25% capacity, or you have to this is that regulation in place it's coming from the governor went schools. Can do this, too, that it's coming from the governor of the State Department's health issuing health guidelines and the governor's issuing general guidelines on everything from from school to soccer to pizza parlor. Remember? Right now we win. They forget that Governor issued an executive order here in Pennsylvania back in November that is still in place. Today. It's still summer. You should work from home. Unless it is essential for you to go to work or working from home is impossible. We forget that it's the middle of February. He decided that in November there's been no change. The Philadelphia school district hasn't been in person in a year. And there's no change. I mean, so, so anyway, the governor decides her veteran. Worse. We know where the buck stops. The buck stops with the governor or the Cabinet members that he appointed. Lunatic, and there's no I guess that's what I've been hammering..
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"Trial for impeachment. Yesterday in the Senate Rand. Paul was not wearing a mask. And so Jonathan Reiner. We take. It takes a screen shot of this and says the only senator refusing to wear a mask as he signs the oath is is former Dr Rand Paul and embarrassment to the Senate and to medicine. Or or maybe another way to look at it is he disagrees with your medicine, you arrogant ass. Maybe maybe medicine. Maybe science is all about Disagreement and discovery and exploration and discussion. Maybe maybe medicine is not finite. Maybe just maybe, you clockmaker. God, you These people in scrubs and white lab coats who have all the answers and anyone who questions them is morally inferior and intellectually inferior in every way. Oh, boy, our betters our bids. Our betters are everywhere, aren't they? We're just We're just surrounded by bettors who are all our betters were found on school boards are better. Zehr found in governor's offices, our betters. You? Never You never find these people running a small business. You never find these people parenting at home. They're always there. Always in these highfalutin places of power lording it over you. Telling you why you're not doing enough. Why? You're not good enough. Why? You're not obeying enough. While in fact you're in your private life in your personal life, struggling to stay afloat to raise your kids to maybe battle and addiction or Not lose your own personal will. These s O B s who haven't lost the nickel wag their finger and lecture you about how you're not doing it well enough. All right enough. Sanctimony is just all a little much. Anyway. Telephone number 6108 50 09 96 108 50 09 90. So as I talked about earlier we bring in our friend. He's a great friend of mine. He's been a tremendous resource throughout all of this. He's a guy that's seen it from all sides. He's worked. In government for a long time at the national level at the state level in Harrisburg. Hey, now represents private enterprise in Chester County. But he really knows all of the Philadelphia region southeastern Pennsylvania. He knows the state well to economically. As he tries desperately to get Not just his county of Clay County and the Chamber of Excuse Me, not play Old County, Chester County. I should say hey, tries to get Chester County back online, but all of the Southeast and really all of Pennsylvania. I mean, and he's an advocate for the country to get back online. Economically, he's guy. Sure, Rocky. President of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry and Guy, I'm glad to have you back this morning. Thanks for your time. Hi. Good morning, Chris, who would have thought when we first started talking about the lockdown last March, we'd be talking about them at the end of January. It's really something and then to hear Joe Biden, you know, yesterday make reference to the fall. I mean, it's me, he said, the words early fall. I made me shudder when he said it, but he said it Yeah. The lack of urgency. From some of the elected officials, the lack of urgency, the lack of and you just referenced it. I mean the lack of urgency, but the detachment Not understand what's going on in individual homes and small businesses. In month 11. It's breathtaking it, it's frightening. And the idea that this nation which has managed to discover a vaccine for a pandemic for for a virus, we didn't know about that we can at the same time. Come together and figure out how to open up pizza parlors, bars, restaurants and elementary schools. We can figure it out. We're not being called to that. We're not being called to that. Now we're not being united as a nation to get back to normal. See, that's not the cold alarms. The cold alarms is to stand down and wait. For many small businesses in many families, they can't guy. Why is this? I mean, I really I do have to ask the why I mean and I There's the There's the political instinct in me to boil it down to just, you know, Democrat Republican liberal, conservative and and sort of the idea of ideology. Maybe it's more complex. Maybe there's a human nature element to this and you've seen it, And there's a more honest or difficult answer that zoo not a simple is politics. Why What on earth possesses a county commission, a health department, a school board to keep the status quo going and going and going like this. What is it guy? What are you encountering out there? I think it's a few things. I mean, I think again, you know, let's let's put to the side. March April of last year. You know the brand new virus was coming. We wanted Tol hunker down, protect the hospitals. Do what's right and assess. So let's give everybody a Mulligan for the first again wherever you want to draw your line, The 1st 10 days the 1st 30 days of 1st 60. I think the problem as we sit here, you know the end of January a year later, is that No one has been thinking about reopening. I mean a lot of times in business a lot of times in life. You can't do one thing without thinking about the other. You know, you can't remove your front window and not think. Gosh, What are we going to do to patch it up? And they were in such a rush to lock us down. In March that they never thought about what the plan would be to Bree Open. They were in such a rush to tell businesses to stop serving customers that they never thought about it. So I think First of all, it's a lack of forethought, a lack of planning, But by the summer and the fall of last year, I think it's a lack. It's a disconnect. It's in the beginning. It was that they didn't think about it. But as you get into month 56, 10 and 11, it's that it's just not a priority. If you listen to Governor Wolf Who's looking for, you know, befuddled at a at a state budget. It is has a enormous deficit mean he talks about a reliance on the federal government to close the gap. The idea's governor. You keep all the restaurants close. You keep all the museums called close. You keep all the barber shops closed. I think you sit around and wait for Washington to drive up a big truck and drop it out on the steps of the state capital. That's just not a recovery plan, and it's just not prudent as you're in the 11 months, so I think it's a lack of planning. But I think it's also a disconnect. I think it's not understanding. It. Folks can't wait in Mark 11. You just can't ask people to just hang in there that somehow it's patriotic or virtuous. For restaurants cannot be able to function museums to have to be closed that somehow it's a virtue to sit at home, waiting for government to tell you when you go back and take care of yourself and your family, it's not virtuous. Are you? I mean, are you in a place it all at the Chester County Chamber of Business and industry? Gosh, Iraqi with us by the way, President CEO there this vaccine rollout. Does this give you any? I mean, I would love to say hooray! Happy days are here again. It's just around the corner..
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"It was important to hear a conversation. Chris had With gosh Iraqi, the president and CEO of the Chester County Chamber of Business to be in the company of Illinois, Michigan, Oregon, California. Washington State. That's the company we're keeping with Governor Wolf here in Pennsylvania, every other state of the union, including neighboring New Jersey. Think of that. Even Phil Murphy's New Jersey allows restaurants to be open to some degree. Here to discuss it. A guy who knows this all too well, particularly in his county of Chester, But he knows it for the Philadelphia area at large because he speaks to all his Compatriots in the chamber business across the southeastern part of the state, and he knows the entirety of the Commonwealth, Well gosh, Iraqi president of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry Mr Chirac E Good morning. Morning, Chris and If we were on Twitter or Facebook, I would take days or Grogan's quote and say that Hey, had spoken to it and folks should know that days has been helping lead the effort and be the voice While he has lost the restaurant, their harvest restaurant Villanova had to close so he has seen firsthand What has had that happen directly, and he is speaking the truth about the reality that's happening too many businesses. You and I have talked You know, I think in the spring, maybe the summer as we kind of assessed what businesses were going through restrictions were Lightened a little bit less and a little bit, I guess, but even through it all I mean, we kept in contact. And there were many businesses that never got out from under. Many never recovered. Many struggled even through the lesson restrictions, and now they're back in full force again. What can you tell us about? You know, when you talk about the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry. Who Who's down? Who's out? Who will this most certainly crippled now. Well, so a few things one is for for what seems like my you know my adult lifetime. Penciling is unemployment rate is higher than the nation's unemployment rate. That goes to the point you just made Chris about how our regulations has apparently the The views known as a covert virus, speaks to governor wolf differently than it speaks to others. So even national unemployment rate that is moving down the Pennsylvania's continues to be worth locally. The impact here in Chester County is a well is most of the state is the hospitality industry has been devastated. And the restaurants come first and foremost to our minds, but Even a few seconds to explain what it really means. Please. It means it means the restaurants have been effectively shut down in many cases, because many can't do a meaningful take out business, so they're not designed for it. It means also the catering holes in the vent thing. You so places you go to for weddings, anniversaries, Graduation party. Those facilities have largely been shut down because they can't operate Now they can't operate. Some of them are trying to convert. They're catering holes and to take out restaurants or prepackaged feels But many of them can't do that. It means that the food suppliers that supply them the linen cleaners that committing clean their linen, the folks that clean the buildings for them. The soda vendors, the water vendors, the liquor vendors, so when you closed down an industry there's ripple effect. In addition, Those restaurants in downtown center in Phoenix Hill that air in West Chester those that air in new hope what that does to downtown's, too are burrows and cities across the state is devastating. There is no foot traffic. You don't wander into the antique store. You don't wander into the record store. You don't wander into the jewelry store because you're not wandering and walking downtown. So the impact Crushing Crushing the restaurant industry is to put tens of thousands People directly. In that industry out of work, but to pretend of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands more in the industries that supply them and depend upon them. This has put a real shock. To the economy has left people behind. And in many cases, they're people that will be it will have been set so far back. They may never catch up to what their personal goals were, because each of them has the story. Each of them has a family. They may have an elderly family member there caring for they may have kids they were saving for college. Even might have been looking to expand to a second location. All of that has been taken away not by the virus, but by public policy decisions and executive orders put place by the governor without any scientific data to back it up. Guy? Sure, Rocky. He's the president of the Chester County Chamber of Business and Industry. I had mentioned in the setup to your coming on last hour that you have a pretty extensive background in government. You you come from government. Now you work with the private sector. So you you have the perspective from both sides. As you watch this legislature in Harrisburg. Um, with the governor. How do you assess their performance? I mean, is this you know how government works, You understand? Divided government, which it is in Harrisburg. How do you rate their performance as a body? It's hard to do that, Chris because the state Supreme Court took much of their power away from them. I mean, we're in an extraordinary time and you know, while much of the nation Is looking at our state Supreme Court through the prism of the election. Those of us working with businesses. Understanding what the state Supreme Court did back in the summer was unbelievable. The state Supreme Court when the governor's executive orders were challenged, basically said, You know, I'm a lawyer, so I'll translate it for everyone sort of tongue in cheek. Basically said Tom Wolfe is King of Pennsylvania may do whatever he wants, as long as he says he's doing it because of the virus. Now they wrote a long legal opinion with lots of footnotes and stroking of the chin. But at the end of the day what they said Woz Governor Conduce whatever he wants. And you, the Legislature are limited, if not prohibited from stopping him, So, to some extent, the power's been taken out of their hands and when they tried to do certain things Like limit his power or provide lawsuit protection lawsuit abuse. He's vetoed those measures, so there's is incomplete. I will say that I am deeply disappointed. Whether it was the fault of the Republicans, the governor or all of them. The federal government indeed dropped a truckload of money. They did drop $2 billion on the front steps of the Capitol with the idea that it would go to restaurants and hotels. In catering halls and families suffering, and much of it went into the budget to just fill hold because of what is understandably a budget shortfall. So To some extent, the Legislature Get the past because the Supreme Court's taken away some power, but I'm disappointed the Legislature, Democrats and Republicans alike. Because the aid that was intended to help keep restaurants and hospitality folks of flute keep their families whole didn't make it to them. It went into the black hole off the central Bank of bureaucracy. Why do you think there's such a lack of curiosity from media on that? I mean, that's It seems like an opportunity to take a good whack it Republicans who run the Legislature, I don't know. Why wouldn't that be a story? That's an amazing nun story..
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"Well, I hope you enjoy your weekend. I don't know if you were out decking the halls or shopping for decking. But I can tell you that for certain that was happening, and there was no social distancing to be found. I tweeted as much It looks like a prison. Break it hobby lobby. My wife wanted to go in and look for decorations. I walked in that place. If social distancing is supposed to be a thing, and people are really afraid of this virus, you wouldn't have known it in Hobby lobby. I've never seen so many people stacked on top of one another in my life. And I couldn't help but wonder to myself How many of these people of the one screaming and yelling that we got a mask up and stay safe and can't go to work and can't go to school and how many of them were buying Christmas decorations and in that place now they wouldn't be shopping and hobby lobby because you know they're Christian owned, But I don't know that I don't know that that's true. I'm serious. I wonder how many Karen's were in their shopping for Christmas decorations. Would have loved in on it. How many of you think our kids ought to be out of school? How many of you think we ought to be? Zoom meeting exclusive while they're elbowing one another for the last bit of tinsel. I'm really I'm genuinely curious. It had to have been a fraction of them. That couldn't be a store full of people that were Freedom loving liberty loving anti mask, folks. Not away. That was the hobby lobby on 202 and K O P. No. This one was out in Chester County. But I'm told that similar all over really all over the country. That was the case. Lot of people are, you know full till Christmas, you know, bring on the Christmas because they want to be distracted, which I get it. I do, too. People cranked up the Christmas music this weekend. They maybe they already did decorate. Or are in the process of decorating. Everybody wants a distraction. Look, nobody folks, this is I'm not whining here. Don't misunderstand. This is whining. I love the gig. But this is not an enviable spot that I find myself in it this hour, because I gotta come in here and keep talking about this as much as you don't want to talk about it. I would love to pretend this wasn't happening. I would love to pretend it wasn't true. I would love to put lipstick on this pig and tell you why it's gonna be okay. And don't sweat it. But this is a tough, tough time for the country. Between a virus and a bunch of Democrats that want to exploit it. And an election that I do believe was stolen. And so do you. But at this hour we can't prove it. So you know, our hopes are resting on people that you believe can or I believe can and I don't Don't exactly know how to polish up that excrement for you. I'm not sure what to say. Um, I'm just as I said to a friend of mine. I'm I'm kind of left to just sort of Described the picture because I can't paint it anymore. And you know, that's why I lean on you as friends and I'm not. It's not a throwaway. I do think you're smart. I think you're sophisticated. I think you know exactly what's going on here. So me sitting here telling you it is or it isn't or what to make of it or it's we're kind of beyond it. Now we're all just kind of sit here sitting, you're stuck with it. So what do you do with it? 6108 50 09 90. Oh, no, This isn't Did you happen to see the Million Maga march over the weekend? Wow. What a turnout. I'm told Joe was a part of it, Joe, is that right? Good morning. Good morning, Chris. How do you do, sir? Doing really? Well, you went to D..
"chester county" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"For Republicans when you look at Philadelphia itself Bucks County still to come in Chester County, which is to the west of Philadelphia, and then you keep going toe Lancaster County When you look at those, those more than likely We'll go Democrat Is that right? That's a good question. I'm hesitant to even even speculate at this point, to be honest, because there's so much of the vote. That's just not in yet. They have some of the things you know, reporting, but it's just so small. At this point. We kind of wait till our decision desk gives us information on that kind of stuff. So I'm hesitant to even speculate. Did you see in the campaigning? Did you see the president spend more time in Western P a. And the vice president spending more time in eastern Pia, or did they both kind of crisscross the state in their campaign? I think they both sort of criss crossed. You know, Joe Biden's campaign was definitely all over the place. I mean, for them at the Trump campaign, either had the president or surrogates. You know, out all over the states, I think they basically both of them just blanketed to stay either with the candidates himself or the vice presidential vice president or the vice presidential candidate, or, you know, they're surrogates. There were events all over Pennsylvania. It seemed like I was constantly getting and you probably were two emails, saying You know someone was going to be here. This person is going to be here and I'm thinking Well, you know, I don't know how they're all staying awake at this point, but you know, it's it's a marathon, not a friend. All right. Good deal. Thank you very much. Tonya Powers joining us right now from Pennsylvania. Thanks for the update. We'll get the latest from her. Throughout the night. North Carolina eyes where the attention is right now the country North Carolina with 80% of the vote, and currently Joe Biden with the lead in that state, a TTE 50.3% to 48.5 things starting to get tighter there. They're still about 84,000 votes between the two candidates, and there are five counties yet to report Johnston County, which went big for Donald Trump last time yet to report that is the county that is just to the east of Wake County. It is a suburb of Raleigh. But a conservative suburb of Raleigh, north of there is Franklin County, which Wilmore than likely go for Joe Biden and then to rural counties Still to come a swell in Granville County and Rockingham County, which are on the border between North Carolina and Virginia. Think starting to get tight there in that state. Do two numbers coming in from the Mountain counties, which is where cities like Hickory and Lenore are those air, Big counties for the president in 2016, and well, they're big counties for him again here in 2020. Caldwell County, which is Lenore. It's currently it's 74% for the president. In fact, he leads that one by about 19,000 votes. Burke County He's right at 70% there as well. Avery County, a smaller county to the north, in the mountains there at 76%, the numbers continue to come in. In the state of North Carolina. Let's check in in our newsroom. We've got some news starting to work in now. Eric Bushman joins us right now where you want to bring to your attention. We're talking about North Carolina and also how Texas is starting to lean toward the president, Another key battleground state where Joe Biden was leading, has also flipped in favor of the president, just barely as Ohio And so that is when we also wanna watch watch real closely. The currently right now the president of 49.6 to 49.1, and I just wanted to quickly bring that to your attention. Yeah, And when you look at Ohio it's interesting because you could break down that state almost based on college campuses. Other than the states immediately north in the Cleveland and Toledo area or the county's, I should say in the Cleveland Toledo area, you look at the rest of the counties around the state. All of them have a university campus there. Athens County is blue. That's Ohio University. Columbus is obviously Ohio State. Dayton has both Dayton and right state. They're in the University of Cincinnati and Xavier. In that metropolitan area. The rest of the state with the exception of Akron, Cleveland, Toledo is red or pink at this point, and those numbers continue to come in now for the president. And as you heard, Eric Bushman mentioned have tighten things up there in Ohio, so about 64% of the vote in in that state on virtually a dead heat between Donald Trump. And Joe Biden. Currently we'll have more on what's happening in these battleground states. We've also got the latest on what's happening here locally. Eric Bushman's gonna have that coming up here next, also joining us Brian Kilmeade from Fox and friends. You see him every weekday morning. We've got him up late tonight. He joins us next with a national perspective here on the B. A. P talked with Monica Crowley in Washington, D C, where she'll be watching the.
COVID-19 cases double at Northern California religious school
"To an evil evangelical college in Northern California have doubled over the last week to more than 270. Senior leader at Bethel Church in the city of Reading attracted attention this week for an instagram video criticizing masks as worthless K RCR TV reports that Chester County officials say the cases are tied to the Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Shasta County has the highest positivity rate of new cases in California and health officials say the outbreak outbreak among students and staff at the school is why That's prompted state officials last week to restore more restrictions on restaurants, bars and other businesses there. Some Los Angeles voters are
Fire crews add manpower as wildfires continue to burn across California
"Call for details. Wildfires throughout the state of California have exceeded four million acres burned this year, the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection or Cal Fire said there have been at least 8200 wildfires that have burned well over four million acres. Acreage burned is more than two times the previous record set in 2018 when wildfires burned 1.5 million acres in the state. Two months remain in the 2020 fire season. At least 31 people have died and more than 8454 structures have been destroyed As result of the fires. Big fires this year include the August complex, the largest blaze in the state's history at almost a million acres as well as the lightning complex. NL You Lightning complex and the North complex and Creek fire. Ranking 4th, 5th and 6th all time. The dog fire in Chester County has burned 56,000 acres and is at 68% containment. Four people have died in that fire, while the glass fire in Napa and Sonoma County has burned 63,000 acres. In his 17% contained red flag conditions designated over the weekend have subsided. But Cal fire is warning that warm temperatures and low humidity will continue to challenge effort. But the 16,000 firefighters that we're trying to contain the blaze is For us The radio news.
"chester county" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Can give him credit for not being a jerk, but that's helpful for him because it makes people blab. It makes the Oh he's just being nice. He's just asking me questions. So the other one that is worth mentioning. So that the security guard the one that I mentioned to you that we ran into first when we walked into the courthouse, the federal court this guy named Joe Head of security Well, so the whole thing happens. I get denied. I go back to my car, which is a cross parked across the street from the courthouse sort of around the back across the street. And obviously it's within camera vision of the court. So they know where I am They know that I'm there Can I'm on my laptop. I'm doing things I'm writing blood posts or whatever it is it doing. And then All of a sudden, Joe, the head of security pops up in my driver's side window and he's come from behind my car. No mind you my car is facing the courthouse, so he's walked around and behind me to come up behind the car spooky up to the driver's side window. And he asked, man. Oh, hey, what's up? You know, because we're friendly man, Joe. And Ah, this is gonna help you or whatever. And he says Do you have a firearm secured in this vehicle? During that. Hell, yeah, I'm like. Well, first of all, it's none of your business, Sy said something to the effect. I don't think that's any of your business, so I'm not going to answer your question. On, but But then I said, but I can I do appreciate you your concern. Because if you're gonna have a gun in the vehicle, what he ended up saying was, well, if you've got a firearm in the vehicle, I just want to make sure you're securing it when you leave the vehicle. Why it's a It was a very strange question, isn't it? Isn't it secure? If it's in a locked vehicle? Well, that's what he was wanting to supposed to check our did he want you to take it to him to secure in his little? I don't think he was offering that because it would be illegal to walk into that building with with a gun. So it's not like Chester County where you can, actually, that's right. Different, right. So there's a guy, right? Yeah. Chester County and in New Hampshire State court, You could walk in with a gun and hand it to court security and check the gun at the front desk. Yeah. Says that this cup. First of all, he approaches from the this's bad approach of vehicle etiquette. You don't do that. And he wants to do If you're a predator, Yes, and wants to know if I have a gun in the vehicle. He just walks up to you and ask you this. And then he asked me again after I refused to answer the question. He then asked me again if I have a firearm in the vehicle. So how does this play out? Like I didn't answer his question Number one, But I assured him that I appreciated his concern to believe you, don't He then left. Join, Adore me get a personal ist online chair room each month with tons of new brown lingerie styles, all from Petite two. Plus every.
"chester county" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"If they want to come here, they should be free to come here I don't know what part of that logic he got lost in but let's go through it. Again, I want people to want to be here, which means that this is a nice place to be and I want them to be free to do what they want to do. That's how this country got to be the best right because if you believe America's the best, it's because we had immigrants coming here who wanted to get the hell out of some hell holes in other places of the world and actually got a free living for themselves or a somewhat more free life for themselves and their families and they. They are much more likely to be entrepreneurial and native born people and yet we. Call it the brain game where you had the smart. Yeah. The scientists and engineers, and you know the the mid upper upper middle class of wanting to get out of those hell holes and come start a business here comes the gas station or start a know. You know even sell fruit off the side of the road and to just to. You know protect their families. You know you know, create a a better life for their kids. That's a good thing. Absolutely it is. The reason he's bringing this up is because you have challenged Rivera on at least one aspect of what he's done previously and he did something he did something somewhat right in during his administration he he named Chester County a sanctuary county for immigration. You just say hasn't gone far enough. He has not gone far enough. Why why have facet one go the full distance? It should be a sanctuary county for drug workers for sex workers for for anyone who's committing an action that other people don't like. But doesn't actually until until a victim we should be sanctuary county for freedom because it doesn't look like there's anywhere left for freedom to seek sanctuary. This is free talk live. Free Talk, live is aired on nearly two hundred radio stations throughout the week, and we've been doing this for almost eighteen years. You can call in evenings from seven. PM. To Ten PM Eastern to talk about whatever's on your mind. Sure. You can waste your time on facebook and reach dozens of surly posters or you can call in with your issue and reached three surly hosts and nearly half a million.
"chester county" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Also wants Chester County to secede from both New Hampshire and the US, and she says she's looking forward to debating her opponent. Sue Guzman. Fox NEWS. New Orleans is bracing for another storm that's expected to hit as a hurricane tropical storms. Sally could cause extreme flooding along the Gulf Coast instead of traveling to the moon for samples of rock and soil. NASA is outsourcing. NASA is planning a lunar return in four years, but the space agency now has a plan to attack. Fire, moon rocks and lunar soil by using contractors who could send robots to collect samples. A number of companies are planning on sending machines to the moon to begin exploratory mining operations, and Massa says it simplifies a way of getting a hold of lunar material for research. Aside from dirt and rocks, NASA says it's interested in getting its hands on lunar ice if it can be retrieved. Evan Brown Fox News, a lock of Abraham Lincoln's hair has been sold at auction in Boston, the roughly two inch long strand along with the bloodstained telegram about his 18 65 assassination sold for more than $81,000. That's more than what was expected. There's no word on the buyer. Looking a bit warmer on this Sunday compared to your Saturday under partly sunny skies with the highs near eight degrees with a slight chance of showers. Storms this afternoon to keep the chance of showers for tonight is cold comes for sixties windy foryou Monday, mostly sunny highs in the seventies north winds high 20 miles an hour with a chance to talk greatest 80 wcbm. Good day. We want Happy Baltimore weekend. This is here suggested reading, and it's also a movie. The one and only Ivan for 27 years, this.
"chester county" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Let's just say that And so now you filed in this particular race, Earl Nelson was nowhere to be found. But all of a sudden, some people in a local town in this area posted online that they should write in Earl Nelson's name. Yes, on the ballot. And and they were extremely props to them. There's no useful at it. Yeah, they're networking abilities, their communication abilities. They were incredible that one week they managed to get Earl Nelson enough votes where I only beat him. But like 50 in that town, you did still beat him, though, but it was like 3 79 23 20, you know impressive, but it's close and for a write in candidate who didn't actually campaign That's a lot of a lot of I don't know what Asterix effort, but I want to know though, is Did they do it with Earl's endorsement? Did they call Can be Carol to endorse me? You should ask him, But did they did they call Earl up and say, Earl, please? We can't have this trainee running in Chester County. We you've got you've got to accept this right and nomination. I don't think you have to do that. If you just write somebody in you wrote him in and they either accept or decline if they win the nomination. I I bet you they didn't approach him. I think that probably made him aware of it. But he said, Look, there's no chest of this being successful. So I'm not going to advertise it. I'm just going to continue enjoying my retirement. You know what you want to do. If if you make me the candidate, I will accept it. Maybe But I'm not gonna put any effort into it. That's what I would expect from him till three numbers. A 55 4 50 free like freedom. You can join us here. You could take control of the airwaves. But the way it's looking right? We're probably gonna know By the end of the week. I'm optimistic and that we'll get some sort of official status by the end of the week, And we will let you know that that will mean that aria, the mezzo. The trans anarchist Liberty activist will be up against the incumbent sheriff here in Chester County, and it is going to be epic. I think this is not a cloud. This's.
"chester county" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Single day listening and assessing what my kids were doing, and so it's It's a bit of a challenge for me to to be away from them. Eventually, technology led him here and see his students play. But that technology gap has been even more apparent in communities of color were access to devices and Internet has been even less. I feel that if we don't do something to help them out, Then they're not going to be able to keep up and they're learning is goingto regress instead of progress, so that way they can be successful, productive citizens. A Pew research study found 82% of white Americans own a computer or a laptop, compared to only 58% of black Americans or 57% of Hispanic Americans, And it's not just students who need the help. One of the things that we're learning to is that some teachers don't have, Um Adequate computers or devices at home to do some of the distance learning as well. In Chester County, South Carolina, they've worked to fill the online void in a creative way. Dr. Angela Bain is a superintendent of Chester County schools were rural. So we decided that another avenue would be to put these little WiFi hot spots on our school buses. They had already made Sure every child had a tablet to bring home. But there are many students who don't have online access. Close to 40% of Chester counties. Population is black, but Dr Baines says in her county, it's less about color and Maura about income in rural areas. That's why they came up with the idea outfit their school buses with WiFi hot spots and then park those buses around the county where we were getting reports now analyzing, Where are the gaps for technology or the Internet? Wow. So then parents and with her students, they could just pull up outside the buses and fire up their tablets or whatever they had, and then begin using him. Strike the family that needs to get online considered in their car next to the school buses and use the Internet, giving a lifeline those communities that have been suffering. This is been It's not just in our county and other rural counties in in South Carolina, I know of and in nationally, there's a silver lining in covert 19 I guess for us in the state of South Carolina, and that is We realized that there are some folks who to who don't have what others say it was an idea thought up through creativity in Chester County schools Back in race, Lin Louisiana band director Blake Bogan. He's giving his school district huge props for quickly getting devices out to students. But he says they, too, have learned lessons with the inequities that that are quite prevalent. It is my hope that we will number one secure funding to make sure that all students have the capabilities necessary. To be successful in the classroom, whether we are in the school building or away from the school building a number two. I think it's also important that we take care of our teachers and staff members and make sure that they have the right equipment as well..
"chester county" Discussed on WTVN
"Listening and assessing what my kids were doing, and so it's It's a bit of a challenge for me to to be away from them. Eventually, technology led him here and see his students play. But that technology gap has been even more apparent in communities of color were access to devices and Internet has been even less. I feel that if we don't do something to help them out, Then they're not going to be able to keep up and they're learning is goingto regressed instead of progress, so that way they can be successful, productive citizens. A Pew research study found 82% of white Americans own a computer or a laptop, compared to only 58% of black Americans, or 57% of Hispanic Americans. And it's not just students who need the help. One of the things that we're learning to is that some teachers don't have adequate computers or devices at home to do some of the distance learning as well in Chester County, South Carolina. They've worked to fill the online void in a creative way. Dr. Angela Bain is a superintendent of Chester County School were rural. So we decided that another avenue would be to put these little WiFi hot spots on our school buses. They had already made Sure every child had a tablet to bring home. But there are many students who don't have online access. Close to 40% of Chester counties. Population is black, but Dr Baines says in her county, it's less about color and Maura about income in rural areas. That's why they came up with the idea outfit their school buses with WiFi hot spots and then park those buses around the county, where we were getting reports analyzing. Where are the gaps for technology or the Internet? Wow. So then parents and with her students, they could just pull up outside the buses and fire up their tablets or whatever they had, and then begin using him. Strike the family that needs to get online considered in their car next to the school buses and use the Internet, giving a lifeline those communities that have been suffering. This is been It's not just in our county and other rural counties in in South Carolina, I know of and nationally there's a silver lining in covert 19 I guess for us in the state of South Carolina, and that is We realized that there are some folks who to who don't have what others say it was an idea thought up through creativity in Chester County schools back and race. Lin Louisiana band director Blake Bogan. He's giving his school district huge props for quickly getting devices out to students. But he says they, too, have learned lessons with the inequities that that are quite prevalent. It is my hope that we will number one secure funding to make sure that all students have the capabilities necessary. To be successful in the classroom, whether we are in the school building or away from the school building a number two. I think it's also important that we take care of our teachers and staff members and make sure that they have the right equipment as well. It's.
"chester county" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Three four fifteen thirty Piper in Chester County welcome to K. F. B. K. hi there either so all throughout the ages there's always been a virus or bacteria or if we just live in a biological system that that's the way it's going to exit with that's just an existence so when we I mean even internally with that you know intentionally there have to be a bacteria balance there have to be I get a part of our environment so the best thing that we can do is keep our immune systems healthy and here you do that by eating balanced and getting rats exercise and doing all kinds of you know washing your hands doing those kind of things to not put yourself at risk if possible and so I think that there are obviously people that have a greater risk factors and so I think we always have to approach it from the perspective of how do you reduce your risk factors in your environment if that makes sense thank you very much for your call Piper I appreciate you calling K. F. B. K. this is news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. Walter sterling without walls that was a very helpful positive junior high school vice principal kind of phone call but she was she wasn't listening to what I was saying here's what I've said I think there's much more to this than we've been told is the reaction makes no sense based on when it started to come here and its impact it makes no sense to close the world because you see the world has been close you and I think O. G. in the United States this is terrible yes it's terrible guess what in Australia they've had the same reaction the giving out money sh closing Bandai beach concluded bonded beach when can I leave my home in Tokyo same reaction I Slint same reaction France it's the same reaction everywhere in the world a pandemic and interestingly the reaction of of the people who live in these countries is the same as our reaction when do I get to go out when do I get my money when do I get my money and when do I get my money but it seems to me that this virus has been known for a very long time that people who study viruses no pretty much which viruses are out there which ones of mutating which ones are going to attack which ones not and I keep thinking about the first X. files movie I keep thinking that you know they know more then they're telling us and the reason that they don't tell us is and to not panic the population is because they don't know what to do next like once you tell people there's a problem the next thing they're going to say is what is the solution and if you don't have the solution your bump my number's eight hundred eight three for fifteen thirty or nine one six nine two one fifteen thirty nine one six nine two one fifteen thirty but the reality is that you and I are then stuck in the house when the stuck in the house with teenagers and in my case an eight year old but when you're stuck in the house with young children it's a real challenge you go online as a parent and you look at those blogs in those articles about five things to do windows Susie's board twenty two things to do for the prom eighteen things to do when the boys and the girls have to get along right that's what used to happen you know it's out there now you know it's now parade magazine puts out a blog it says in a blues one hundred and twenty five things to do with the kids at home during the pandemic one hundred and twenty five things to do during the pandemic and I'm like really and I for I feel pretty good in that the very first thing they mentioned I did as the very first thing they did the very first thing we did was let me see them we find it here for the day I am sourced avoid cabin fever with these one hundred and twenty five things to do number one make a cardboard fort that's the number one thing to do thank goodness that's what we did we did that we made of cardboard fourth and the eight year old loves number to set up a treasure hunt that's way too complicated we're we're not going to be setting up any treasure hunt watch the beluga whales at the Georgia aquarium have you seen this the biggest query Ms and the big Zeus now have streams where you can see them feeding the animals feeding the whales being fed a finger pressing the penguins being fed see the baby penguins this is a lot of fun I'd love to know what are some of the things that you've been.
"chester county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Radio almost Chester County in New York was once the main covert nineteen hot spot in the tri state region numbers are improving on the hospitalization rate is slowing down Westchester's case numbers appear to now be lagging behind the pace of both New York City and Long Island counties all the while officials are focused intensely on the percentage of cases requiring hospitalization which for Westchester stands at ten percent county executive George Latimer it's when we reach the higher percentage of people that require hospitalization that we begin the process of over taxing our health facilities if we can keep a ten percent numbers we've had that would be a good situation and that means more overflow capacity for the region empty hospital beds Westchester will be used by those in need Iraq in Orange County in cotton candy Duchess in the box James Fulton New York the steep drop in air travel is passing a milestone fewer than one hundred thousand people went through airport checkpoints on Tuesday the lowest number since the transportation security administration started keeping track that's down ninety five percent from a year ago and could be the smallest number since the nineteen fifties there was no commercial air travel in the U. S. for several days after the terror attacks in September two thousand one but people gradually got back on planes over the following months it could be a slow recovery this time according to outfits that have surveyed people about when they feel safe flying again not a campaign twenty twenty four months senator Bernie Sanders suspending his campaign clearing the way for former vice president Joe Biden to capture the democratic presidential nomination however Sanders says he'll stay on the ballot well vice president Biden will be the nominee we must continue working to assemble as many delegates as possible at the democratic convention where we will be able to exert significant influence over the party platform and all the functions ABC's mark rental lard with Biden's reaction in a statement Joe Biden said Bernie Sanders has done something rare in politics quote he hasn't just run a political campaign he's created a movement biting acknowledge Sanders efforts to change the conversation around issues like health care climate change in income inequality and says well they may not agree on how to get there they agree on the ultimate goals Biden said to Sanders supporters that he hopes they will join him to defeat president trump Markram alarm ABC news I am coming up we'll have more news today my new dad through a barbecue today my new Sunday night through a barbecue they were burgers and chicken I burned everything the burgers chicken salad they were delicious they were awful and then and then we have watermelon no I'm allergic to watermelon and then we played catch I broke Mr Lewis's window this is way comes window Mrs Wakeham was windshield and somehow my hand and then my.
NYC: Lawrence Ray Accused Of Forcing Daughter’s Friends Into Labor, Prostitution While Extorting $1 Million
"I was an Ra in college. A resident assistant and one of the things we'd always deal with was guests from outside the dorm kids complaining that now. The roommate was always bringing over their boyfriend girlfriend. Sometimes there were complaints about creepy or people hanging around. This was New York. City's she'd have to find out whether they'd actually been invited in. So imagine a parent constantly being around the dorm. How bad could that be worse? That's what helicopter parents. But that's kind of for the family work out right. That's what Lawrence Ray did way more than just disturbing it will infuriate you. These accused of preying on his daughters friends at Sarah Lawrence College yesterday in New York a story exploded loaded out of West Chester County home to the prestigious Liberal Arts College Sarah Lawrence as charges were filed against a parent of former student their. ABC's Aaron Katersky covers New York law enforcement. He's been working sources from here in Manchester so Aaron I mean what can you tell us Larry Ray effectively moved in to his daughter's his college dorm when she was a sophomore and ended up certainly overstaying his welcome but more than that according to federal prosecutors. He would subject checked people that his daughter new and others on campus to sexual and psychological manipulation and physical abuse race first victims victims were sophomores at college. Westchester county girls and boys young enough to be his children. Larry Ray had been in prison and he he had just gotten out and he moved in with his daughter and during a period that lasted ten years both while she was in in College at Sarah Lawrence and after in Manhattan and in North Carolina according to the criminal complaint he would mentally and physically torture porcher young people men and women with with physical abuse with psychological abuse and with sexual abuse. Then I mean Erin when you hear these charges these accusations from prosecutors. It doesn't sound like a really manipulative father. Sounds like a much more organized. Scary thing the way they tell it Brad. One of the the alleged victims mentioned in the New York magazine Article That touched off this whole investigation admitted that he was part of what he called a cult under the pretense of counseling. The victims ray inquired about intimate aspects of their lives and mental health managing to convince several of them that they were broken at that only rake. Break fix them. Someone who would learn the intimate details of someone's private life after gaining his victims trust. Ray turned on them. Falsely accused of harming him by attempting to poison him. Morton deliberately damaged his property according to federal prosecutors he would under the pretense of of helping them through their problems subject them to things like sleep deprivation to other kinds of psychological torture. Things that prosecutors said shock the conscience on one occasion as alleged rates high this victim to a chair place the plastic bag over her head and almost suffocated her and he would extort false confessions from these young people and then use those to extort money from this victim constrain hundreds of thousands of dollars from their parents savings accounts at raise direction from young people who open lines of credit who engaged in prostitution according to the indictment all to serve the needs and interests of Larry Ray. It's just shocking stuff. Do we know how the investigation began in the first place. This begin with with an article in New York magazine that was co authored by a student at Sarah Lawrence at the time. The article was entitled the Stolen Kids of Sarah Lawrence and it out lined effectively the same things that federal prosecutors outlined in the Indictment Sarah Lawrence put out a statement saying that after that article was published published. They conducted an internal investigation and found nothing to substantiate what the article alleged happened and yet federal prosecutors and the FBI found it when they began digging into it and they brought the charges against Larry Ray on Tuesday multiple counts of forced labor and sex trafficking appear before judge. Last night he did not enter a plea disturbing story Erica Turkey. Thanks so much for keeping an eye on thank you bread
"chester county" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"As a bindle staff well how he's he's just taking cuts run a cues from the front runners you know Joe Biden's old I was raised a poor black child this is as you know if it's working for them I should start buying I don't think it's working for mo isn't weld there ahead of him working is about a Tom sire he was at home my mom was worn it was worn in many apple is everybody in Minneapolis early in a in a in a hobo camp in a poor house where does mean board in Minnesota make you poor I didn't know this I guess I'm just not not that familiar with the at the upper Midwest yeah and she won she was a school teacher in in New York like a say river and I was born in the Bronx than she does it tell you her family moved to west Chester County which was about two years old she went to Boston University where the tuition is about seventy grand a year but I'm from the Bronx I'm like J. lo I'm the girl from the black eight four four five hundred forty two forty two grace has the day off today so we'll just be going back will take a lot of calls here I I'm I'm hopeful that they're gonna wrap this thing up so that when we come back on Monday not only will the Super Bowl be over but this this fiasco we'll be over how we Kerr they call it the trench manned.
An Introduction to the Life of Samuel Davies
"On this episode. I'm on location in Virginia and we're here to talk about the missionary or possible to Virginia's he was known Samuel Davies. Samuel Davies was born on November the third seventeen twenty three three as a young man. He was educated at Blair's log college. This is Samuel Blair. This is in Chester County Pennsylvania Blair's log college. It was modeled after the original log college of the tenants over in the shamanic Pennsylvania that of course became Princeton University but this is Blair's log college. When he was finished with his education he was ordained as a minister in seventeen forty seven at the age of twenty four and the presbytery sent him to Hanover County Virginia George Whitfield had gone through Hanover county in seventeen forty five and so are they sent along Samuel Davies to help some of those seeds that had been sown grow. The ten years that Samuel Davies was there from seventeen seventeen forty-seven through the end of seventeen fifty seven those years are known as the years of the Hanover revivals was during that time that Davies I started seven churches and he pastored those seven churches he taught many not only of the whites here in Virginia but also African Americans some slaves freed African Americans he taught Indians he wanted to establish a college log college like he had been trained at but he just wasn't able to all of those seven churches so we had a college on wheels he would carry along in his wagon books and he would just give out books to various students young men who showed promise in the church to be trained as he would go from church to church well in seventeen. I'm fifty three for two years. He took a hiatus from his ministry here in Virginia and joined Gilbert tenant to go to England on a fundraising tour for for the College of New Jersey which would come to be called Princeton. It was a very successful fundraising tour and they were able to raise enough money to build Nassau Hall aw there on the campus of Princeton and when it was built it was the largest building an all of the American colonies and Samuel Davies helped raise the money seventeen fifty nine year before the death of Jonathan Edwards as president of Princeton the trustees of Princeton invite Samuel Davies to come and be the president. He arrives sometime in the fall of seventeen fifty nine. He serves there for about eighteen months and he dies in seventeen eighteen sixty one of consumption as we look at Samuel Davies Life. We can see five things that marked his life. I was his oratory. Sorry he was quite a speaker. Patrick Henry would come in here. Samuel Davies preaches often as he could because he was just so impressed by his rhetorical skill skill and how he could just hold an audience and how he could be so persuasive with the spoken word. Secondly is religious liberty. This was an Anglican colony. He was a dissenter he was illegal here in Virginia and he constantly had to petition for his presence in for or these churches that he had planted to be established he would argue in the capital at Williamsburg based on the sixteen eighty nine act of tolerate that there should be religious freedom here in the colonies. Thomas Jefferson used his arguments to later argue for religious liberty. He was committed education should not only training students here as he pastored these churches but also as president of Princeton. He was a poet he wrote many poems. He wrote a hymn who who is a pardoning. God like the or who has grace so rich and free and finally he was a preacher he preached for the conversion and the salvation of men well that is Samuel Davies the apostle to Virginia born on November third seventeen twenty three died died on February four seventeen sixty one and I'm Steve Nichols. Thanks for listening to
"chester county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Like part of a dress that some to think about though Amish farmers Chester County Pennsylvania all very quickly let's go to robin because robin is in Ocala Florida California and I understand you're a vapor welcome hello yes I am how are you doing yeah I'm I'm doing great I'm I'm glad you called somewhere Martin it's going to be a little hard transitioning from Diana's call but that really overwhelming because my dad spent three years nine months and Chang hi Debbie can't find another we were all cheering up listening to Diane because she so articulate and it's such a beautiful thing that she's doing our yesterday a fame and the vast anyway I know we're going to get to the very thing first off I saw that headline on the CNN site chronic network network they come up with St correct type headliner Gasser remain you know that screaming vaping on there and it happened a couple of weeks ago I think that a lot of young people right because hospitalized now here's this other group well they don't let you know right up front that that's just the click bait the vaping then you get into the meat of the story and sure enough these people are vaping T. H. C. L. yes sometimes sometimes in some amount for you know it can be in the C. B. D. oils but there's another lesson right there too one does he not date any kind of oil that alone would be dangerous I mean if you put Crisco in there you're going to wind up in the hospital it's not meant to Kerry or else you can't turn that into a cell you have been vaping for what eight years about seven or eight ten you sound very very coherent and articulate like were you sound right now that you could go to home depot and operate heavy machinery her arm here are if I had a lot of Motrin maybe No Way trying to list a few things sure well I'm I am glad you called because it's important that we point out that there are types of vaping as you said for example there's nicotine free vaping yes and and and it's flavored and what have you I think the concern right now among health organizations is the THC and or the over dosing of nicotine getting into the vape but so that but yeah it's not really so much mountain nicotine the way they parse it out when you buy your E. juices from legitimate companies not quite some of these weird I don't know where these people picked up whatever they picked up that millions of us that have been dating for years that have not had a problem with buying legitimate products the gentleman benders summing up perfectly fine you choose which by the way has only three ingredients on here and media hi under I just got the high sign we we have a hard break but you you made some.
"chester county" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Through Chester County that what that's placing a tremendous amount of string the Republican Party is having the same kind of you know internal challenging the Democratic Party how are you finding the challenge of being part of a party system where there's certainly a great distinctions between where you are where the president is but also having a constituency that is certainly not aligned with where they kind of dominant energy when you call the shores energy or just the kind of Twitter energy of the Democratic Party how do you so you never get every day yeah I mean I think that the only reason we became representatives of these districts is because we are independently minded people and we also had a stomach to say no to people even when they say well everyone's doing this you're like okay and like it's not third grade you know and and I think that if you're not independently minded and you're not looking to appeal to a broad base of people you're not going to win in these districts you can run but you're not going to win and I think that you know I always tell people who come to lobby me on this or that or the other whether it's a union or a big company or whatever I say I am in a really independently minded district I'm going to be the person who reads every single bill because I can't just check the box when the Democratic Party says this is the bill that we're all you know we're all signing on to or you know I can't sign on the everything that's bipartisan you know even though I want to because you have to really have your own mind of these things and it's really amazing how many members of Congress walk on to the floor on both parties in both parties and just look at how you know the leader of their party or senior people in their party in a like okay this is a yes okay were yes and we do not I do not think any of us do that and have the luxury of doing that that we sit on the floor even as at the very end saying okay we're re on all of this like why are you doing this why am I doing this just to just to make sure you're making good decisions with specially right now with the national defense authorization act we we have all these amendments coming through and we offer a variety of perspectives and there's a couple times where you know I go into is saying okay this is why I think I'm a yes what why are you in now and any it's great to challenge yourself and have the times I'm not sure where the party is on it but you know I I think the the other the benefits of being from a district like ours rate of just from districts like ours is that we have the challenge every day of trying to please Reid swath of people which is just impossible right so we also then have the challenge of understanding a broad swath of people because there are a lot of people in my district who didn't vote for me there's a lot of people might answer to did but it is it is a responsibility that in order to continue serving all of my constituents all of our constituents I have to be in tune with people across the perspective and the spectrum and so I think that seats like ours are the seats that can truly be the the examples for how you lead in a divided nation how you try and bring people back together because if I can have people come up to me at an event and say I didn't vote for you but and they say something that they're pleased with like that's the first step towards getting away from this team sport notion of politics where it's win or lose and it's a zero sum game because that doesn't serve our districts particularly districts like ours and it doesn't serve this country ask about the the work and we have we have the pleasure of working closely with for center like this no who helped me realize awhile ago that independent thought takes time you actually have to be able to read the legislation and one of the things that we are well aware of is that there are a lot of demands on your time and not a ton of time to sit back and close the door and bring in policy experts and dig into these guys so talk a little bit about you know how are you managing your time how do you make time to actually bring the kind of independent thought and I guess the second which is and how could the process make that easier it's incredibly broken I'm on three different committees and sometimes they'll need all three at the same time and subcommittees as well and then you're asking basically gavel and to be present and literally leave at that point time to gavel into the other committee meetings and then meet with constituents outside in the hallway at the same time and so you're basically there for your five minutes of fame you know to ask your five minutes of questions and that's why when you look at C. span there's no one in any of the rooms because we're all somewhere else doing something else so it is a challenge to make sure that you're educating yourself on the things that you're supposed to be doing which is sitting in a committee in hearing what people are asking and what they're talking about one way that I think we've innovated in some ways on is there's a great group Congressional Research Service that I will say periodically to my team Hey I don't know enough about fill in the blank can you please help me by bringing those folks into a brief me and then we'll share with the offices you guys do the same thing with ours that we're bringing in somebody who's an expert on this are talking about that would you like to join us and so we're trying to kind of collaborate even on how we're learning to make sure that we're getting ourselves up to speed but it's an enormously broken process in addition to being in three different committee hearings at one time you can also inevitably be being asked to be fundraising at the very same time too so it's a very very broken system last week at the bipartisan policy center this is a repair she spread radio programming from Monday energy to try to help the select committee on modernization because it feels like as metaphor and as substance that would be a place where we can at least start to provide you the kind of resources that we give you the space to do what you're describing do you have any optimism about that and if you are there any particular ideas that you would like hi everyone yeah I I got the chance to testify in front of the select committee on modernization Congress and I was incredibly frustrated about this issue of schedule it just feels asinine that we yesterday had a classified briefing for the entire house of copy the entire Congress at the very same time that boats were supposed to be called so we were literally supposed to all four hundred thirty five of us be at the same place in you know to go to different places at the same time so when I testified my idea which I don't think it's a dumb one is to do block scheduling like we do in high school you know you have the opportunity to rotate to different classes when you're in a high schooler and have club opportunities in sports opportunities and you have certain things at the same time every day why we cannot figure out how to manage schedules like that I it blows my mind and so I would love for you to help us on Chrissy Houlihan well I tell people back home and they're shocked because they should be that votes are called about the same schedule as the rising cable guy coming to fix your cable like between four and you're like how can it be in two thousand in nineteen I have to wait for the damn cable guy from ten to four that is how votes are every day it it throws off your schedule you can't see people I do think the the one big accomplishment that has actually started working is this idea that is two hundred and ninety members of Congress actually sign on to a bill then regardless of where it is in the committee process which is a whole other ball of wax it will go to the floor and I think the first one were poised to do that way is a really important one which is the nine eleven compensation fund which was about to run out and we have a whole lot of first responders who are still dealing with serious health issues and we worked in a bipartisan fashion to hit two ninety and force it the floor we have another couple of bills doing that that to me is the single most important accomplishment because the committee structure is political it's on its own schedule this forces it if you do the work to with votes it was just like in a little bit on the one key procedural piece the procedural that's called the interior motion to recommit are sort of the weapon if you will of the minority party and in so what you end up doing is you go to vote on a big piece of legislation whatever parties in the minority we'll put forth this motion to recommit vote that has something truly controversial so then you know it it's mostly people and just people who are making thoughtful decisions about pieces of legislation because they can't and don't want to just vote with the party to do so are the ones who are sometimes cross you know voting with their the minority if you're in the majority and and vice versa but they really serve no purpose but the interesting thing will they do serve a purpose is to later use for attack ads Gail Spender thing is they're actually one of the most interesting times to be on the floor because you're on the floor because you've just voted and that's when the motion to recommit gets put forth and then there's the bait and so you have almost every member of Congress is on the floor because we've just voted the motion to recommit comes up you don't go anywhere you have hundreds of people on the floor engage engage together on what they're debating but wouldn't be a beautiful thing if you were actually sitting there almost all members of Congress watching them debate the bill you're actually going to vote on as opposed to this vote that is kind of a concocted version of something that is later going to be used to attack in both I mean both parties are guilty of using it and that means so I'm that's also another reason he that there's less of an impetus to get rid of it but if we could move toward the place everybody agrees okay in twenty twenty five no motion to recommit that way you know of course we think we're going to be in the majority they think they're gonna be in the majority and you actually do something like a quorum call before a big vote instead and those twenty minutes of debate in fact is based on the actual bill you're going to vote it was like the way people think Congress is supposed to work yes yes he's a little bit of a policy shin or an open up for more of a conversation you know I was looking at what to ask and it was challenging because you've all actually done a lot of stuff so these are not by any means this is the most important but just things that we are interested in and I guess so since your sense like and prescription drugs we're seeing a lot of time thinking about this it's an issue that really seems to be a moment where you can see both parties feel compelled to move forward and you introduce the real time benefits act but still a little bit about why that's on that you know when it's at the front of your mind these days and you think we have some potential yeah I mean I think it's on the friend of my mind because I can't get through the grocery store without someone pulling me over and saying I can't afford my kids insulin and when you meet people who tell you that their nephew is rationing their insulin or their daughter couldn't go to camp because they can't afford for inhalers that she's required to have it's pretty low it's pretty wrong in my district and it's compounded by the fact that I'm from Michigan so we have a border with Canada so my own dad goes across the border to get his heart medicine right we know what we could be paying on prescription drugs so I'm focused on it because on this and sort of the overall price the health care have made a situation where my people people in my district are often paying more in health care prescription drugs per month than in their mortgage that is upside down right that is untenable so you know what that's why I'm passionate about it it is a locally an area where Democrats Republicans say the right things where there's overlap and that is very very important and it's why would there is the.
Woman doing "advanced parachute maneuver" killed while skydiving
"A North Carolina woman is dead following a skydiving accident in South Carolina Carl Wilson has the unfortunate details the accident happened Sunday afternoon in Chester County South Carolina skydive Carolina said the woman in her thirties from Charlotte was an experienced jumper she had done a solo jumping was reportedly attempting an advanced landing maneuver and died following the hard impact parachute according to company officials did deploy correctly WSOC TV reports Sunday's death is the company's fourth in the past five years I'm Carl
"chester county" Discussed on KCRW
"Two you'll see what approach we're taking I think it it does provide a pathway for getting the question on the census the Supreme Court ruled to keep it off for now because it down the ministration stated reason for the question quote seems to have been contrived bars comments come as the justice department is changing is a legal team for defending the ministrations push for the question any changes to the senses at this point could jeopardize the final preparations for the constitutionally mandated head count of every person living in the U. S. on too long and your news New York democratic presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren has gained strength in the field of contributions to our campaign or an education and P. R. Scott data reports the senator from Massachusetts raised more than nineteen million dollars in the last quarter exceeding expectations Warren has sworn off attending big ticket fundraisers relying almost entirely on online donations that hurt her fundraising totals in the first three months of the year but this spring Warren started gaining momentum and rising in the polls that's our policy proposals got more attention Warren raised more money in the end more than three times what you raised in the first quarter in fact warn end up raising more money than both for months senator Bernie Sanders and California senator Kamel Heris fundraising totals are a sign of the candidates grassroots support and an indication of whether the campaigns will have the resources needed to compete in the crowded democratic field Scott dentro NPR news Washington launch a democratic presidential hopeful Eric Swalwell was out of the race the California congressman will seek reelection to his house seat Vice Admiral William Moran has decided to retire from the navy this after the secretary of the navy Richard Spencer question Moran's judgment and PR as Tom Bowman explains the edible who is set to become the navy's top officer on August first will instead to retire because of what navy secretary Richard Spencer called poor judgment regarding a professional relationship now this all stems from a relationship of Moran had with a former naval officer who is reprimanded for his actions during a Christmas party back in December two thousand sixteen navy secretary Spencer said Marantz decision to maintain a relationship with his former officer cause me to call his judgment into question therefore today I accepted admiral Marantz request to retire NPR's Tom Bowman Wall Street the Dow fell a hundred and fifteen points the nasdaq was off sixty three this is NPR and this is Casey are W. on a Monday July eighth good afternoon I'm Larry Perella here's what's happening at four oh four officials are still assessing damage in the desert town of trona after two powerful earthquake struck just outside the city limits electricity has been restored but officials say it could be days before water service is restored magnitude six point four quake rattled the town Thursday in a seven point one Friday December Dino county spokesman David work said today that ten homes have been red tagged as uninhabitable but he expects that number to rise he says he's even seen homes it shifted six speed off their foundations or repairing water service in a water service is under way the county is providing bottled water and trucking in portable toilets and showers will drone is a tiny unincorporated town on the edge of death valley KCRW's because double Ariano says the people of trona now faces a reckoning for their future he wrote about from his troubles for the LA times everyone there works either at the high school trying to high school home of the tornadoes everyone else is probably gonna be working for the middle company there on in town which right now is it is not functioning I could not get a phone call back from the people who own it's a company in India and a lot of people in town are very worried if the plans to not go back up and working it might be the death knell for this town all photos show one of the chimney stack for the mind partially collapsed and about three hundred people have turned up at the California soccer pork in reading to watch their hometown hero on the big screen Megan Rapinoe led the U. S. women's soccer team yesterday to victory in the championship game of the World Cup Pino is from a nearby to small town in Chester County the openly gay pink here team captain is helping lead the fight for equal pay for women in US soccer and she's publicly feuded with president trump but reading is in from country part of California's deep red world north St so even some upper Pinos loyal fans don't always support her political stance but some do actually Schlegel watched yesterday's game along with her three daughters and her flag draped husband Dave is there ever a right.
Suspect wanted for parents' murder, shooting at ex-wife is dead
"Authorities say a man hunt is on. On for a man who walked into a retirement home outside Philadelphia and killed his parents just hours after his divorce was finalized. Bruce rogue all went to Bellingham senior living center, which is in east koshen township Chester county, and he shot and killed both of his parents in their apartment in the senior living center, Chester county district attorney Tom HOGAN says earlier Rogun went to his ex-wife's house and started shooting there. But no one was injured
One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says
"Weekend in the city Why should I This over, the weekend officials say at least eleven people were shot to death and dozens. Were wounded pastor James Brooks called on people to stop blaming each other and unite against gun violence is, a big problem but we need. To come together And block hands and say we can't stand, it anymore we will not stand for it anymore we must save our most of. The shootings occurred in, low income neighborhoods where gangs are active so far no arrests have been made new research from the centers for disease control and prevention says babies can develop problems caused by, the Zeke of virus even when they seem fine. When they're, born NPR's rob Stein has more the CDC followed northern fourteen hundred babies who are exposed, to Zico in the, womb when their mothers got infected with the virus when they were pregnant it's the largest study to follow Zico exposed babies so far six percent were born, with birth, defects such, as very small heads and severely damaged brains a condition called microcephaly but a, total of fourteen percent had developed some kind of problem that could have been. Caused by the virus by their first birthdays that included vision problems developmental delays and seizures twenty babies develop, microcephaly even though their heads were Normal at birth rob starring NPR news the Dow, is up one hundred and forty seven points the s&p is up ten this is NPR, news from k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high around fourteen thousand firefighters. Are battling seventeen large, wildfires across California today so far those blazes have killed nine people burned more than six hundred nineteen thousand acres and damaged or destroyed over two thousand buildings yesterday the blazes, known as the Mendocino complex became California's largest fire. On record, burning more than two hundred ninety thousand acres and lake Mendocino and Qaluza counties over half, of lake counties acreage, has been affected by fire since two thousand fifteen the Ferguson fire burning end and around Yosemite has charred through ninety four thousand acres and the car fire, and Chester, county has, burned more than one hundred sixty seven thousand acres Bart says it's considering a. Long list of measures to improve safety after a spate of. Deadly violence on the. Transit system cake Dan Brekke says the first, of those. Steps may already be able. To patrons the Bart police department has cancelled regular days. Off where patrol officers who. Will be working six ten hour shifts a week until further. Notice Bart says that means more officers aboard trains and in stations the district's board of directors will also discuss a host of other. Proposals this week from general manager grace chronic on made in the wake of three unrelated homicides on the system in late July those measures include stepping up efforts against fare evasion training. Station staffer backup security roles and enhancing BART's existing surveillance. System if fully implemented the new measures would cost at least twenty five million dollars I'm Dan Brekke Kate tweedy news and I'm Tiffany Cam high k..
NSYNC's Lance Bass makes offer on Brady Bunch house
"President Trump has issued an official major disaster declaration, for the area affected by the fire burning a Chester county at fire has, now scorched more. Than one. Hundred forty five thousand acres it's forty one percent contained more. Than one thousand homes have been destroyed presidents disaster declaration will clear the way for federal funds to. Help the state deal with the aftermath it'll also eight victims of the fire that have lost their homes and. Businesses l., a. teacher talks have stalled the union rubbing LA unified teachers says a state mediator has been appointed to oversee contract negotiations and the chair. Of the bargaining team for United teachers Los Angeles says the union is. Preparing to conduct a strike authorization vote the last week of the month contract talks have been. Going on for more than a year the union says it's asking. For six and a half percent raises the district is offering a series. Of two percent increases Aaron bender KFI news you're looking for a pet this weekend could be a great time to get one no charge six. Animal shelters in l. a. are filled to capacity and that means dogs and cats could be in danger of being youth Anais some shelters are, cutting adoption fees and a half this weekend they say summer is the worst, time at shelters. Due to. An overflow of animals from the spring breeding season they also. Say several hoarding cases this year have made things even worse all pets adopted from LA shelters are. Vaccinated spayed or neutered and micro-chipped Rossio Rivera KFI news former instincts singer says he thought he was the new. Owner of, the Brady bunch house Lance Bass posted on Twitter the owners of the acclaimed house in studio city accepted his offer on the house bass. Said then this is going to be a fun project but now says. He's hurting sad learned that he's being pushed out pay a higher bidder apparently best says he. Was told a bitter with unlimited resources was going to buy the house at any cost might be a Hollywood studio still Don't..
2 American cyclists among 4 dead in possible terror attack in Tajikistan
"Choose to stay behind they're not only placing themselves, and their families endanger placing firefighters and emergency personnel, endanger Chester county sheriff Tom nkohse Says the latest victim was in his home when it was destroyed despite a mandatory evacuation order investigators are. Looking into the second officer involved. Shooting in thirty six hours involving police, at Aurora, two people are dead after the, call a break in near Mont and I o Iowa we are dealing with, several people involved in. This incident and so I don't want to speculate. On everybody who may or may not be hospital Kenneth forest with Aurora police. Says no officers were, hurt over the weekend Aurora police shot and killed a suspect after tracking that person, to Adams county a. Possible terror attack claims the lives of two Americans in two Europeans touring Tadjikhistan by bicycle car ran into the. Group of seven cycle tourists on Sunday and Tajikistan's south please said those inside the vehicle then got. Out and attacked the cyclist with knives and a firearm police there said three suspects. In the attack have now been found and neutralized the reports at least two suspects were killed in, a struck Ogle with offices especially Rievaulx. ABC news Moscow the oldest Justice on. The United States Supreme court says she plans. To stay on the bench for another five years Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg says she'd like to stay. On the court until she's ninety Ginsburg is already hired law clerks for at least two more terms the happy. Campers are, gathered at the UC health training center for day three of Broncos, training camp for some. Fans Broncos cap is about a lot more than who makes the cut for this fan and her father it's a bond that are racist years. And miles of separation we made, a pact to come out every year. No matter like where I was living or where he was living and so it's kind of just our. Tradition now to come out to training camp and make the drive together, Broncos preseason play begins August eleventh when they host the Minnesota Vikings in. Baseball the Rockies are in Saint Louis tonight play the cardinals our coverage starts at five thirty right now. On Wall Street the Dow is down sixty seven points our next news update is. At ten.
Northern California wildfire threatens thousands of buildings, kills at least 6
"About a new report from the Boston Globe. That found that federal air marshals could be watching you. Even if you're not on any watch list they don't. Know why they're following these. People and they think. It might be all evil and when country music star Kenny Chesney saw the devastation in the Virgin Islands caused. By the hurricanes last year. He decided to help out and to sing about it this album isn't necessarily about the devastation or the destruction it's about the moving forward. That's all coming. Up but first this news Live from NPR. News in Washington I'm Janine Herbst the death toll from the massive wildfire burning in northern California near reading has grown to at least six, Chester county sheriff Tom. Sankoh says the latest victim who. Has not been dented was found in a burned out house in the car. Fire and that seven people are still. Listed as missing tens of thousands have been evacuated and but Cinco says heating those orders is. Essential just because you may not see smoke or flames does. Not mean there is not a danger we try to get out ahead to get the people out I so then the large heavy equipment pieces can come in safely. Officials say it could be a while before people are allowed back home the fire has burned one hundred thirty nine, square miles it's still only five percent contained more than five hundred buildings have been. Destroyed thousands of others are at risk President Trump's tweet. About a meeting that he had recently with the publisher. Of the New York Times. NPR's Eric Kennedy reports. The president, and the The publisher. Differ though about how to characterize their conversation times publisher EG souls Bergerson a statement that he went to the White House. To meet Trump on July twentieth and that the meeting was off the record that's why the times didn't previously report about their conversation but on Sunday morning Trump tweeted that he met with Salzburger and said they quote spent much, time, talking about the vast amounts of fake news being put out by the media in response souls Berger says he met. With the president to express his concerns about what he called. Deeply troubling anti-press rhetoric he said the president's rhetoric is being used by foreign leaders to justify crackdowns on journalists and putting lives at risk, on Sunday afternoon Trump. Released a new series of tweets. Criticizing journalists and calling them unpatriotic Mary Kennedy NPR news Washington Israel has released. A Palestinian teen activist who served eight. Months in prison for hitting is really soldiers outside her home in the West Bank NPR's Daniel. Estrin, reports the case has drawn wide so Spread, attention seventeen, year old I had, spoke to, reporters and, activists in her village of Nabi solar power to the people she said the people can decide their way of resistance with. Her long frizzy blond hair I had to Mimi became an internationally recognized. Symbol She was recorded kicking and slapping, to Isreaeli soldiers outside her home. In the Israeli-occupied West Bank after the video went viral. Angering many Israelis she was arrested she and her. Mother who posted the video online served eight months in prison for. Assault and encouraging violence asked if she'd do it. Again hits soldiers the way she did she said she, couldn't say much for fear of rearrest many Israelis see to me as a. Violent provocateur. Many, Palestinians say, she represents a defiant young generation of Palestinian youth one of many who have been jailed by Israel Daniel estrin NPR news nubby solid in the West Bank and you're listening to NPR news from Washington from k. q. e.. D. news I'm Jeremy Siegel fire officials say twelve thousand firefighters have been deployed to fight the. Seventeen blazes burning across the state today that includes local state and federal firefighters, as well. As inmate firefighters and mutual aid assistance from across The country Lynn Mitch, off with Cal, fire says some crews have come from as far as New Jersey in Maryland we have quite a few. From the west already here Zona Colorado, Nevada. Oregon they're already. Here s the thing but to get the one from the east coast is a tremendous help too much off says Cal fire officials consider, a multitude of factors when allocating. Firefighters including fire activity and accessibility as you just heard. From NPR the massive car fire in Shasta county. Has taken another life according to Shasta county sheriff Tomba's Sankoh the. Victim was told to evacuate but did not leave. Their home so far the blaze has killed six people, scorched nearly ninety thousand acres and is just five percent contained Sonia Hudson has. More from. Reading, out in, an, evacuation zones the fire has scorched entire hillsides and valleys it's a landscape of blackened earth still smoldering in some areas with bits of ash flying around like snow flurries fire officials say containment Numbers have stayed low the last, couple of days, because they've been focusing on solidifying, existing fire lines and protecting homes I meet Casey Corcoran in an. Evacuation zone in the small community of ago he's a. Firefighter with, the, Butte. County fire department he's been working, the car fire since Monday what we do we get out there we'll start cutting down brush, clearing wood piles. Just getting anything out of the way that might be a hazard that. Will help us when the fire hits Corcoran's also been to the front line of the fire several times and he says sometimes the. Giant flames get so close to, the firefighters that they have to pull back. From the line I'm only Hotson, Kiwi dean is we'll have more on the wildfires in California throughout the.