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World Series Game 6: Rays decision to pull Blake Snell immediately backfires
"Kevin cash taking up. Blake, Snell in the sixth inning last night with one and one out and a one nothing lead snow had been brilliant to that point no runs no walks nine strikeouts. The move backfired immediately the dodgers got two quick runs off Nick Anderson added another later in the game on a home run by Mookie Betts and won the world series. We'll bond. Can you defend what cash did? No And I don't WanNa hear anybody else tried defended either because some things are just indefensible and this is one of them Tony I I'm offended by what I saw last night just somebody who grew up on baseball whose I love and sport was baseball played baseball pitch and just offensive. So numbers are so important to you Kevin cash that you can't use your eyes which is supposed to be professionally trained and steeled, and you've been benched coach and manager then all these days and you don't know when you need to leave the guy alone you. WanNa, take the game away from the players take the game away from a starting pitcher whose lights out who the other team is. Now, not afraid of going Oh my God is shaking their heads and you don't have the baseball since in you to leave him alone and ride your good fortune to have this guy going this. Well, totally I was in contact via text with a couple of former recent former notable major league baseball players, and they were as startled about this development as I was and I just couldn't. No. There's no defending it. Yeah I'M GONNA. Give it a shot at defending human I'm going to preface it by saying if we don't learn from history, we're always going to be doomed to repeat it Kevin. Cash. Has Seen Blake Snell. He has managed Blake Snell for years. Now he's seen them all year. He hasn't gone through the sixth all year I'm going to read from my notes Ziara in these playoffs in the first four innings where he's been great as one point three, five from then on it's twelve point five, six last week Snell no hit the dodgers for four and two thirds and Then, in rapid order walk homer walk single and cash has seen all of this the last guy up before he gave him, the Hook was the ninth patron, the order, and he hit a rope to center field, and now at this point you've got bets and you've got SEGER coming up for a third time. The mistake isn't Yanking Snell to me the mistake is putting in Anderson Innocence the wrong guy in the regular season he's lights out but in the playoffs is over five and Mike and his last six appearances, he's allowed to run I I I understand that Kevin? Is. An. Easy target and a totally legitimate target. I just think in this case, he had seen Snell all year and the hulk wasn't as bad as what he did home. You're not playing lifetime achievement. You're playing the damn game tonight right? You is your sense of everything. This is your livelihood I don't care what he did last week. This guy has given up one hard hit ball maybe a second heart. It Ball. Alright. So yes, you got what you're saying about bringing a guy in who's been lit up lately I don't WanNa go that far I don't care who he had going warmed up. You have got a guy on the mound that has the other people in the other Doug. If you're a manager the time we know you're watching them to and they are shaking their heads when they walk back to. The dugout he has stymied them. If you're not smart if all you're doing is playing probability Tony, then go work at the win in Vegas I don't WanNa see you near a baseball diamond. So let me go back into this for a second because it's something we'll have to live with if he never wins forever in the way that great little does the way the Darryl bevill does. Making these what appear to be bonehead calls but I would tell you Dave Roberts said the same thing with Clayton Kershaw he let him pitched to two batters in the sixth inning whenever it was and he knew that Ziara after a certain point was bad and he took them out to protect him and to make sure the dodgers won that game I think managers do this I don't. You know I'm not crazy about analytics I don't WanNa take an anti intellectual viewpoint here that I think that certain people it's absurd managers rely too much on numbers and not enough on you but I think the mistake was who he put in not what we took out. One of the guys I was texting with last night we might be said half the front office is in baseball would have done this and it's not just a managers front office last night was bad night for Baseball Tony. You could say baseball's we at five. We know better than somebody even most cases who's twenty five years old. It's a sad night for baseball that a guy pitching a masterpiece. What are you take? You defendant Kevin Casting Colfax or Gibson? That's the kind of performance. This guy was spinning last night and he took them out and it's a sad night. It's a sad night for baseball I don't care how anybody who wants to defend it or painted even Kevin cast I don't care what he has to say.
Fresh update on "colfax" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"San Francisco will temporarily halt the reopening of additional activities and businesses that would have begun next week because of an increase in Corona virus. Case rates and hospitalizations. SAN Francisco Mayor London breeds that it includes expanding capacity for indoor dining at restaurants and the places of worship and museums. Health Director Dr Grant Colfax says San Francisco's case rate increased 25% In the last two weeks that what remains comparatively low Family members of those killed in last year's Halloween night shooting at an Airbnb home in a Renda have created a memorial downtown to mark the tragic anniversary. KCBS is Carrie, who dissect reports. A shrine of flowers and signs that read. Quote. A Renda remembers have been placed along the edge of this fountain downtown Aranda Mayor Darling G. Says it's a tragic day in her city's history. That's a terrible thing that happened in our very small community. The Halloween night shooting at an Airbnb home last year claimed the lives of five people and injured several others. The city has since put together a temporary emergency ordinance giving homeowners guidelines to follow while offering short term rentals. So you have to be living on the property that you're renting out and there has to be a two night minimum day. Family. Members of the victims are seeking justice after several people were arrested for the crime, but were released due to a lack of evidence. Airbnb is now going a step further by banning party houses by not allowing one night bookings during Halloween anywhere in the U. S or Canada, the mayor says while keeping the victims and their families in her thoughts. She's hoping for a much quieter Halloween night this year. Certainly hope that the families, they're finding some healing. We want them to know that Our thoughts are very much with him in a Renda carry her a sec. Kcb us. I like Abed, That's really firm. I need something a little softer than that..
"colfax" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Next frame. There's the three to swing on a ground ball up the middle and threw a base hit. Peterson around third and he'll come in to score. Harvey. I single Mookie Betts and the Dodgers air pouring it on right now leading 5 to 4 of L. A's first five runs scored with two outs that Betts knock had him up five Mohr than enough for Bueller, too to swing and a Miss Scott with a curveball. And that is 10 strikeouts through six terrific innings for Walker Buehler Walker Buehler became the first pitcher in World Series history to record double digit strikeouts in six innings, pitched six to the wind for the Dodgers Now to win shy their first championship since 1988 Bueller six frames three hits 10 K's last picture as young as him the fan 10 in a world serious game, Josh Beckett back in 2003, the only other Dodgers to punch out 10 Allow three or fewer hits in a world serious game about Sandy Colfax and Clayton Kershaw. I think at this point I've kind of been through this this thing a couple times, and now it's all about winning and And that's all I really care about. Obviously, that's stuff that we can think back on a little bit. But right now I just want 12 more games bets on the mind set against a pitcher, and Morton, who had dominated prior to Friday night. Obviously tryingto win every game, but we knew we had a tough task. You know, with Morton on the mound, so we just tried to scratch across couple runs. We ever to know a person good swings on some pitches. He left out over the plate and You know, we did a good job grinding today as Faras Morton, five runs seven hits allowed over four and a third more Shera Tim Kurkjian on baseball tonight, Charlie Morton had been really good so far in the postseason. We talked about how great his numbers but he left too many balls over the plate and against a good team. You cannot Leave balls over the middle of the play. This is supposed to be on the outside corner ran over the middle. He had a few pitches where he was kind of spin in that curveball. Here's another one to Muncie. Just kind of 88 down the middle. Tim, You cannot get away with pictures like that against the dog. Just another reminder. When are really good Pictures locate. You have no shot against them. But when they miss location with the strength and the size of these hitters who are now so informed about what's coming, they don't just hit a line drive. They hit a line drive, 20 rose up. That's where we are in the game today. No question about it. It's time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk Wireless. How about extra innings courtesy of our team game's over, But there's still time for Extra innings and show what alongside Chris Singleton and Jessica Mendoza after the Dodgers 62 to win over the Rays..
Fresh update on "colfax" discussed on KCBS Radio Weekend News
"305 at the Bay Area's new station, KCBS clear skies overnight, leading to another sunny and warm day. Good morning. I'm Curtis Kim sitting in for John Evans. Here's what's happening. Governor Gavin Newsom cut the ribbon on a sparkling new lab in Valencia that will dramatically improve California's ability to test for the Corona virus. Hey, CBS's political reporter dug, Sovereign says the new facility promises to tell you whether you have covered 19 within two days at the most governor Newsome toward the gleaming new laboratory, a partnership between the state of California and the medical diagnostics company, Perkin Elmer, which he said will be able to process far more covert 19 tests more quickly. And at a much lower cost, the governor said. With the pandemic spiking around the country and flu season arriving, there was a rush to get this building up and running. This lab is happening right at the right time. This lab and our capacity now substantial increase by minimum estimate, a 75% increase in our total testing capacity. Here in the state of California is happening just at the right time. The new lab guarantees results within 48 hours but aims to deliver them within 24. Will be able to process 150,000 Corona virus. PCR tests a day by the time it's fully operational, bringing the cost protest down from over $150 to about 30 bucks. Doug Sovereign KCBS San Francisco is holding off on new re openings in the city that had been scheduled for next week. As K CBS's Kathy Novak reports. It's because of a rise in covert 19 cases and related hospitalizations compared to other parts of California and the country. San Francisco is doing well, but, says Mayor London breed. We're starting to see a slight uptick in the number of hospitalizations which puts us in a situation where things could possibly get worse than what They are. The numbers themselves remain low. But the increase in hospitalizations from 23 to 37, a 25% rise in the case rate are causing concern. Public health director Grant Colfax as we have seen across the country and around the world when the virus gets too far ahead. You can't catch up. And we all of us together have done a great job of not letting the virus get too far ahead. So in an effort to avoid a situation where new re openings have to be rolled back indoor pools, falling alleys and gym locker rooms are staying shuttered. Indoor dining capacity stays a 25%, instead of expanding to 50% businesses currently allowed to operate can continue to do so. In San Francisco, caffee Novak, KCBS California regulators air being after Fine PG and E. Nearly $166 million for failing to properly informed customers about its power cuts to millions of people. Last year, the public advocate's office recommending the fine to the state Public Utilities Commission. The office is P. Ginny risked lives and public safety by failing to properly communicate with customers notify hospitals or fire departments or work with local governments before to October 2019 blackouts. Dozens of Northern California counties had power lines de energized or the utility could avoid the risk of downed equipment, sparking wildfires during hot and windy weather. Just ahead on KCBS. Hi, Melissa. Call Ross. Santa Clara County is taking a San Jose church to court. We will tell you why. A CBS News Time Now is three away. We are first traffic..
Why a private section of the border wall is allegedly failing
"By Iraq war veteran Bryan Cole Fatchett, triple amputee. They wanted to raise a billion dollars to quote build Trump's wall. The targeted mission Texas in the Rio Grande Valley, one of the busiest illegal border crossing areas in the country, all on the border. We're here building. You gotta help out. They had started producing the video's promoting this project and they were on the property. They started clearing the property before anyone really knew what was going on The company Clearing the riverbank to build the private wall was Fisher Sand and Gravel. Tommy Fisher, the company's CEO, had been trying and failing to land a lucrative border wall contract from the government. Since 2017. When the Trump administration began soliciting Wall design concepts. Fisher was one of the companies to put up a prototype. Officials of the Department of Homeland Security said it had design flaws. A second bid was also rejected. Frustrated Tommy Fisher took another approach. We really believe with our patent pending system, we could bring sexy. Back to construction. He became a fixture on Fox News, the president's favorite network at the time, people time sounding less like a contractor and more like a contestant on a reality show pandering to an audience of one, You know, hopefully the president will see this as well. And he's a guy who says he can cut through bureaucracy two weeks after that appearance on Fox In April of 2019. I don't know if you heard about this contractor that said he could build the whole wall for a lot cheaper than anybody else. Yes, I have. We're dealing with him. Actually, Fisher Comes from North Dakota. Recommended strongly by a great new senator. As you know, Kevin Cramer, by May of 2019 Tommy Fisher had the president's attention but still couldn't land a contract to build the government's wall. The Army Corps of Engineers, which oversees border wall construction, pointed to the company's lack of experience building border walls to prove they could fissure teamed up with we build the wall. First in New Mexico and later here on the banks of the Rio Grande admission. On the banks of any rivers difficult. But building on the raging Rio Grande is especially challenging, made more complicated because the U. S Mexico border but straight down the middle of it. So any plans to build on it must be approved by the International boundary and Water Commission for I, B. W C. Sand and gravel didn't get that approval before they started. Bulldozes. What steps did they skip? All of them. What should they have done? They should have gone to the I B W c to the A and presented their plan an actual plan. What about this idea that you know this is private money being used on private land and a landowner could do whatever he wants. They absolutely can do whatever they want on their property. As long as it doesn't affect other people's property. And you think the wall infringes on other clearly does. The way the bollards were built is gonna cause clogging of that wall, So those followed the trash or debris could get stuck in there and then the waters. It's a giant break, just like a rake in your yard. It's going to catch all that debris and redirect that water. Penna filed a lawsuit on behalf of a neighboring wildlife refuge called the National Butterfly Center, which feared the wall would cause flooding to its property. U. S government also suit on behalf of the I. B. W C. Good walls make good neighbours. But this wall did not. We've got rogue priest running around anti Trump anti Won't we build the walls? Bryan Cole fragile, launched attacks against anyone who opposed their wall. Falsely saying the national Butterfly Centre was the site of a rampant sex trade and that the Army Corps of Engineers was part of the deep state even took game and Father Royce Nights a local priest to oppose the Trump wall. Accusing him of promoting child trafficking. Also not true. We build the wall people came after you personally and that's something I didn't even know who they were. They're coming after the local priest. Yeah, I guess you're not from around here comes from around here. We can. Even Mom and Dad can disagree about things without being mean and nasty. Last December, Brian Colfax bragged in an interview that we build the wall had a direct line to the White House. We have Crispo back and Steve Bannon A lot of people that are tied in with the Trump administration, so we're able to back channel things to the Trump Administration and let them know what we're doing, But what they were doing was falling apart. A recent engineering inspection after summer storms revealed deep gashes under the foundation of the wall. That's Mariana Trevino, right, who runs the Butterfly center line underneath it. This was a normal seasonal rainfall and what happened to the wall the foundation washed out from under enormous sections of it, His attorney said after this, that this is just a normal part of new construction if you walked out of your new house And had a 30 FT hole under your home foundation. Would you consider that normal? There's the end of the hall right
Fresh update on "colfax" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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San Francisco's Preparations and Response to COVID-19
"Francisco's Francisco's mayor mayor of London. Breed has announced the city is spending nearly half a $1,000,000 on responding to the Corona virus pandemic. That money is coming from other services. That's why she's urging city residents that he'd public health orders to curb the spread and community transmission of the Corona virus Breed Warren's should the pandemic continue beyond next year. It would drain more city resource is Cape Phase, Christina Honest that reports San Francisco Mayor London Breed says she plans to spend $446 million to address the Corona virus pandemic this year through June 2021. That includes $56 million to boost mobile testing sites and the most impacted neighborhoods like the latte, next community in the Excelsior in the mission and the black community in the Bay View and Tenderloin. Reed ticks off a list of services that money will go towards this fiscal year. It includes $16.5 million in funding for communications and operations. 185 million for our health response, 62 million for food distributions and programs that are pit stops. 183 million for housing and shelter programs. It's important to remember that this funding really assumes that we don't see any major surges. If that happens, we will need to divert. Even more resource is and that's why it is so critical that everybody does its part, their part to stop the spread. Thiss stretches beyond June, and there's going to be even more of a drain on our budget next year. But the mayor warns the workable budget relies on federal reimbursements and cares Act dollars. San Francisco, like other cities and states is suffering a deficit due to the pandemic Breeds budget relies on reserves to close an estimated $1.5 billion budget gap over the next two years. It also uses $93 million from the General Fund. San Francisco has been on the government's watch list since late July due to increasing Corona virus infections as breed lists the latest numbers of corona virus infections and deaths. She suggests there's no going back to normal. As of today we have 7692 cases on DH. Sadly, 67 people have died from Cove. It Until we have a vaccine until we're in a better place. We know that we need to continue to socially distanced herself from one another. Where are mask as much as possible and follow our public helped guidelines. We have to start getting comfortable with it. We have to start changing our behavior. It really is. What's going to make the difference. There are some positive signs, says public health director Dr Grant Colfax. He says the rate of Corona virus hospitalizations air down and under indicators. Show a slowing of community transmission. We are currently carrying for 88 San Franciscans with covert 19 in our local hospitals. That is a slight drop from last week. Remember, it is an almost 25% reduction from our peak in July. We're currently finding about 85 new cases of covert 19 every day. That number has started to drop from its high point a few weeks ago, but it is still a cause for great concern. Anything above 50 new cases per day puts us in the red Zone. On our highest alert level. And we have been there for the past seven weeks. City officials are pushing
Fresh update on "colfax" discussed on Pacifica Evening News
"Thanksgiving in a few weeks, Christmas Hanukkah there after we've just gotta gotta plead with folks. This's not a normal time. You can't you can't do the normal things. Unfortunately. Joe Biden has said he would work to impose a national mask a mandate if he's elected president. Nebraska has added a record 1605 Corona virus cases, joining several Midwest states with increased caseloads and hospitalizations. The state's covert 19 dashboard shows new hospitalizations have reached them all time high of 528. As covert 19 ravages neighboring South Dakota. Some medical groups are launching a campaign TRU promote the wearing of masks, Mike Mullen reports. Halls of amplified for South Dakota to issue a statewide mask, Rule and light. A surgeon cove in 19 cases in hospitalizations is that debate plays out. Some local governments have decided on mandates of their own or are considering them. Throughout the pandemic. The city of Brookings has taken steps to slow the Corona virus spread, including business restrictions, and this week it extended a requirement of face covering for businesses and indoor public spaces. Well, health experts say Having a statewide mandate would send a consistent message. Council member Nick Wendell says he appreciates having local control. We had to put measures in place that we knew the majority of our community in Brooking supported that may not look the same in every corner of the state, Wendell says. They're not just gauging community support their hearing from health agencies and providers. The Brookings Health System warns that local Coben 19 hospitalizations could soon double rapid city also has a doubt that the mask rule for city buildings and the proposal is in the works into Falls. Governor Christy Nome has resisted a statewide mandate, saying the decision to wear a mask should be up Two individuals. Other political leaders who resist mask mandates question their effectiveness as Corona virus cases rise across much of the country. Wendell says these steps aren't perfect. But he draws a parallel between when their mask rule was first adopted in September and a temporary slowdown in covert activity across cities and states. Throughout the country that were there was a higher percentage of folks wearing masks and practically practicing social distancing. Those were the places they were able to keep the spread of the virus under control. Health groups such as the Mayo Clinic say wearing masks has proven to be effective. Public health leaders say one of the biggest problems right now is people letting their guard down in smaller private gatherings. Earlier this week, groups including the State Medical Association and some healthcare providers launched an awareness campaign encouraging South Dakotans toe wear masks. Mike Moment public news Service. San Francisco will temporarily halt the re opening of additional activities. That business is planned for next week because of an increasing corona virus, case rates and hospitalizations. He said. He's mayor of London Breed and Health Director Grant Colfax said today that includes expanding capacity for indoor dining at restaurants and it places of worship and museums, among other businesses as cases increased, not just in San Francisco but also in California and nationally. San Francisco case rate has gone from three people per 100,000 to 4 people for 100,000 in the last two weeks, Colfax said, a 25% increase Hospitalizations have risen from 23 to 37 their breed said. We are tired of covert 19. But covert 19 isn't tired of us here..
"colfax" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Menominee Ellsworth Woodville Colfax voice will Elmwood plum city Bay City nap Wheeler raids on al Paso west in sand creek diamond bluff downing Wilson Hirschi downhill in cedar falls so a lot of those are right here in C. C. O. lan and we want to make sure that you know that that that's happening outside of a show on the metro so it's a big deal but the flash flood watch is in the metro and then again later today heat advisory so weather's going to be a topic today to say the least and we'll keep you informed right here on W. C. she also like to kind of give me a corona virus update this time a day and some milestones passed yesterday the number of confirmed deaths and cases worldwide on Sunday topped five hundred thousand deaths ten million confirmed cases numbers no one wanted to see India reported twenty thousand new cases this morning while the US can for more than forty thousand infections we had the third straight day that about one quarter of both global dressing cases are in this country by the way the beaches are closing in Florida Texas other states backpedaling a bit on re openings now some of the mortar in mandatory use of masks in public places here locally the all I see that we have today D. dina is going to decide whether they're going to have a city wide masking Mankato's gonna meet today they're going to consider an ordinance requiring those in indoor public spaces and then a Rochester they're voting today on that which would require people or face coverings in city facilities city facilities so we're seeing some of that today as well there's been a rising cases compared to last week in thirty six states with just two states actually Connecticut Rhode Island or reporting declined twelve states are holding steady but they're spending particularly in the south and west we saw that Littler down Mankato that there was of what was called the barmy to triangle diner that had a a rising cases and you'll hear more about that on the news as well twelve states have stopped to roll back the real things because of this and South Korea on global scale health officials there have said they're preparing to implement more stronger social distancing measures including banning all gatherings of more than ten people shutting schools halting professional sports and restricting operations of non essential business if the daily increase in infections are doubled more than two times in a week and the E. U. the European Union preparing a list of fifteen countries whose nationals will be allowed to visit the block beginning on Wednesday a bizarre you're no doubt about that but that's your label our latest on what's happening we'll talk with doctor my close to home from university of Minnesota is an epidemiology she's been on the forefront of this bill Johnson seven twenty this morning a WCCO boys will join us next we'll talk politics Chad Hartman what is taking place in the nation's capital eight eight over nineteen and related also to the upcoming election stopper makes another appearance on the show join just at one oh.
Fresh update on "colfax" discussed on All Things Considered
"It's 5 30 from KTVT News. I'm Riko Maria Dylan. San Francisco has gotten a lot of props for handling the pandemic, well listening to scientists and doctors masking up and re opening slowly. But today, the city press the pause button on reopening. We're entering a very vulnerable period. Winter is coming. As you know, we've seen a third surge across the country. It's very concerning That was Dr Grant Colfax, San Francisco's public health director, explaining that some businesses, which had the green light to reopen are gradually expand operations starting next week won't be able to To understand what went into this decision. I'm joined by Dr Bob Walker, chair of UC San Francisco's Department of Medicine. Thanks for being here. My pleasure. Thank you. So this feels like a step backwards. Why? Why now? I mean, I thought San Francisco had done most everything right? We have and we are and the numbers aren't terrible. But there are a couple of Early warning signals that we might be heading in the wrong direction. They're absolutely nothing like we're seeing in the rest of the country. But they are. There are little blips in some of the measures that show that things might be getting a little hotter here and with the rest of the country being as a Surgi as it is, and people able to travel in and out from places that are much hotter, covert wise that we are, they think it's prudent to be to slow things down a little bit, not wait until things really go off. The rails surgery. That is a funny term, but it's a little bit scary to me. What is the best outcome for a third wave in the Bay Area if I'm trying to be an optimist here? Yeah, on and I mostly am, too. I think it would be shocking if we saw no Surjit all over the next couple months. There simply is too much virus around. In the country, and there's too much travel. But what what success would look like and I'm moderately confident will see it is that we will see the numbers go a little bit in the wrong direction will have announcements like the ones we had today will pull back on the opening a little bit. People will begin thinking about their behaviour and say, I have gotten a little complacent. I've been Getting together with friends. I don't always wear the mask and take it seriously and turn it around again. And the Barry has proven to be the of large cities in the country. We are the place that has proven to be the best at it of any place in the United States. You and these public health officials anticipated this pause. But you're asking for yet more sacrifice, and it's hard to stomach. It just keeps dragging on and on. How do you as a doctor and a public health messenger on Twitter? How do you keep people from burning out? Yeah, it's incredibly hard. Hey, me. We just have to acknowledge. You know, I'm a doctor and a and a public health messenger and a human being with a family who wants to go out to eat and wants to go back to my old life. It is perfectly normal. To feel the loss of particularly as we think about Halloween. We think about Thanksgiving we think about the holiday season. It's brutal, but the alternative is worse. Our best hope of getting the economy back open is keeping the virus at bay and we're now seven or eight months into it. We can sort of see the light at the end of the tunnel. It's not going to be the beginning of 21, but to the vaccines come out of the therapeutic to get better. We're probably talking about a similar amount of time till we get to the end. You see that The virus is just waiting for people to let their guard down. And the remarkable thing about San Francisco is by and large we have not so far so I hope we can keep it up. Dr Bob walked her chair of the department of Medicine at UC San Francisco. Thank you so much. You're very welcome. Thank.
How worried should we be about foreign takeovers?
"There's an opportunity for investments from China into Canada today. The innovation minister was forced to stand in this. House acknowledged that he misled when he said that the company. He's selling our retirement homes to was Canadian. Under Chinese ownership. You could be forgiven if you missed some of the stories that inspired today's episode. I mean look. It's my job to be tuned into all the big stories. And I know I miss them. The fact that moves like this one. Don't register on. Most of our radars might be a problem. Right now obviously Canadian businesses are suffer. Not all of them are going to make it through Colfax now. And that makes some of them. A tasty target for foreign buyers who are looking to acquire assets in a stable and relatively prosperous. And in some cases, those investments are badly needed in other cases, though especially when the purchasing company has direct ties to a foreign government. There are real security concerns. I mean. Why would a foreign government have interest in owning a failing Canadian business? So much interest that they are willing to pay more than anybody else. What kinds of risks do we take on when we allow Canadian companies to come under control of state owned businesses. How can candidate government balanced the need for foreign investment especially during an unprecedented economic crisis? With the red flags being waved by our security and intelligence agencies. And also just. Why, don't most of us know or care about this? What part of the big picture is missing here? Jordan Heathrow, and this is the Big Story Stephanie Carbon is an assistant professor of International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University. She also has a book coming out this fall on you, T. press, which is called stand on guard, reassessing threats to Canada's national security. Hi Stephanie. I want you to start. If you can buy explaining a recent deal that kind of put this question in our minds in his why we reached out to you, can you just tell me a little bit about The Hope Bay Gold Mine Project, and what it kind of means for national security in general, so the Hope Bay Gold Mine is a mine eighty S. he was a Canadian control. It was it was kind of being run by. by US t, T MAK RESOURCES INC and it unfortunately unperforming, it's one of actually three mines that have been unperforming recently where there's been some kind of take over, but this kind of raised eyebrows because it's been a basically taken over by a company called Shandong Gold Mining Company, which I also goes by St. Gold and the concern is that this company is considered to be a state owned enterprise. The Chinese government has a forty seven percent. Share in this company, and often when you at the other owners, the you can dig down and find that there's actually probably more links to the state. Generally, so this seems to be an a case of a Chinese state owned enterprise, taking over a Canadian natural resources firm something that you know has raised concerns in the past say in the last ten years and seems to be happening even in this Cova era or perhaps because of it. Why does it raise concerns? I? Mean pretend I know nothing what's wrong with them? So. This is a really good question. Canada is is a small country, right? We're a country, thirty, seven, thirty eight million people, and that means we. Need for an investment in order to grow our economy. especially up north I mean it's very expensive to develop things up north, and we know that successive governments have wanted to encourage business up north to try and improve the lives and conditions of people who live there, but we get concerned when we see these government, company or state owned or even state champion enterprises coming into the market in order to provide that foreign investment, and sometimes they are the only companies that are interested in providing that financial assistance to get these companies going. So you know the first concern is for a long time. We saw the government trying to get of business. Right privatizing various companies, but we're seeing. Despite the Canadian government getting out of these businesses, we're seeing other governments. Take their place, and this is something that actually Stephen Harper warned about in two thousand and twelve thousand thirteen. Canada has spent a long time. Trying to privatize its into industry, but not in such a way that we want foreign governments coming in and taking over those. Businesses instead, so this is. This is something that we've worried about for some time and. Part of the reason that these state-owned enterprises are problematic is that we often don't understand what they are trying to do in. You've taken a normal company right? McDonald's any other company. You know that they're trying to make money, right? That's what they do, but with state owned enterprises. Is there some kind of geopolitical or Geo? Objective that they have in mind. Particularly in the natural resources sector that we have to maybe be concerned about you know, are they trying to strategically placed themselves in such a way that they have control over Canadian resource in a way that perhaps maybe Canadians or the Canadian government would be uncomfortable with. Do we have any examples of that happening that we can look at and say you have this was A. A mistake we shouldn't have gone down that path so a really good example of this would probably be nexen people would point to next is of course a oil company. It's out in Alberta and in two thousand twelve. It was kind of putting itself on the market, and it was taken over by Seahawk. which is a Chinese state owned enterprise, a petroleum company and there was some concern that you know. Do we actually get want. These kind of government owned enterprises owning these businesses, and it paid well over the market price in order to get access to accent. A Louis. Some national security concerns that were raised at the time. Eventually, the Harper government did let it go through, but you know a lot of the promises that were made as a part of the deal. Really haven't gone very well. the business hasn't been as profitable as as was hoped. There's been some safety issues. Accidents with regards to nexen owned critical infrastructure, and even recently we've seen a number of layoffs. I mean. There's so many layoffs in that industry anyways in my heart goes out to the the oil workers, but. It. Really just hasn't performed as well as hopes, and this is one of the concerns that I think has often been raised. Is that state owned? Enterprises can't fail they are. Backed by the state. They're not subject to the same pressures as a normal company like again. Going back to McDonald's. You
Even If Cases Start Decreasing, Experts Say Second Wave Of COVID-19 Is Possible In Houston, Dallas
"Experts warned experts. Warn of a second wave in the South Corolla virus hotspots erupt Dallas Houston southeast Florida's Gold Coast the entire state of Alabama and several other places in the south that have been rapidly reopening. Their economies are in danger of a second wave of corona virus infections over the next four weeks. According to a research team that uses cell phone data detract social mobility and forecast the trajectory of the pandemic the model developed by policy lab at Children's Hospital Philadelphia updated Wednesday with new data suggests that most communities in the United States should be able to avoid a second spike in the near term if residents are careful to maintain social distancing even as businesses open up restrictions res but the risk for resurgence is high in some parts of the country especially in places where cases are already rising fast including Crawford Iowa Colefax Nebraska Texas Oklahoma. Texas Oklahoma's actually a city in Oklahoma and the city of Richmond. Since May Third Crawford County's caseload has risen seven fifty percent and Colfax county has increased thousand three hundred ninety percent according to stay data compiled by the Washington Post. That's Iowa and Nebraska.
Ben Roethlisberger got a haircut, and Pennsylvania's governor isn't happy about it
"Ben Rothlisberger got a haircut. That's not the big news of it though. Colfax people are of upset during his daily briefing Tuesday. Pennsylvania Governor Governor Tom Wolfe criticized. Roethlisberger's recent trip to Norman's cutting edge to get his haircut and beard trimmed following a workout with his Pittsburgh steelers teammates. Now Colefax. Let me just say this Ben? Huge beard? What do you hear about big beards? A are not sanitary. Yeah exactly probably a good thing that he got it. Trimmed off body was in a barbershop that were people
Getting it right: States struggle with contact tracing push
"For us what it is that this contract tracing work in tales I mean this is a this is a pretty old approach to public health is it not you know not as if you think nineteen thirty seven as older not all prospective song perspective right this is been used primarily for sexually transmitted diseases it was originally designed for circles control but as we use it for HIV but we also use it for tuberculosis measles other things like that as well so the idea is that what we're trying to do is identify people who are infected or who may become infected and who are excreting virus shedding virus and those who have been exposed and may turn and may become fully infected and start to excrete virus so that's two groups those are were infected and those were been exposed so when someone is reported with covert nineteen infection from the labs are from their doctors are they self report someone from the city will call them and say you know we're sorry about your diagnosis do you need anything you know symptoms you need to have a hospital that kind of stuff got a case management and then they'll say we need to talk to you about your people with whom you pay cut in a contact the last five days or whatever the period of time is it's kind of defined by what your symptoms began at an all state will I need to know the people with whom you've come in contact and got it for how long and what sorts of contact so if we think that they're a close contact that they've been in close enough contact to actually become infected will say okay what we think you need to go get a test and so the test they would go get a test we would follow up with them find out whether the test was positive or negative the test is positive they're a case and they have to go into isolation until there are no longer infectious no longer contagious which is about eight days from the onset of symptoms clearly you can't tell people just gonna shut the door and good luck and also will open at fourteen days and see what's going on yet to be in daily contact with people a lot of people need to have things arranged someone can't shelter camp stay at home they don't have extra bedrooms they're they're living for people to up to a household are they might have to you know if it's a it's a wage earner in a family and that person goes into goes into isolation somebody has to make sure there's money for the family and that there's food and as well as for the prisoners in isolation but also for the family and the governor has brought in a weight support program where people have to go into isolation and contact which isolation and quarantine which the city is also supplemented so there's a fair amount of social service part on the back and for people who are actually have to go into isolation or or or quarantine but the idea here is that instead of finding someone has been exposed and treating them with the drug which is how we do it with with us support us or tuberculosis or with a vaccine just how we deal with measles here the the treatment is to get out of circulation so they made themselves they made them selves not get treatment depending on the severity of their disease point is is that we're limiting their ability to transmit the virus to other people so with the end of shelter in place this become as children play starts to wind down this becomes kind of our first line of defense against a transmission it's interesting calling in on the first line of defense again we're speaking on KCBS in depth to doctor George Rutherford who is a epidemiologist with UC San Francisco helping to lead up an effort to train more contact tracers in California so when it comes to the training that is taking place what does it take to be a good contact tracer and how do you train somebody I understand that the course that you you you mentioned some of its in person some of it's gonna be online it's something like a twenty hour training course what it take to make somebody able to do this work right so they have to be able to talk to people they have to be not afraid to call people up and and talk them through this I and I think it's ever since we've done a pretty good job the mayor's been great about talking about it and so people are just you know people are surprised when the calls come more last so it's you know that's the you know that's the big thing is getting your foot in the door talking to him understood having our understand we're trying to do what's in it for them right no more transmission the family number transmission of friends you know you get a diagnosis you're able to you're able to have your income supported while you're gone so that's you know that that's the important part is to get them yes past the first sentence and be able to talk to them talk through all the the issues what needs to happen next so the training is first of all understanding the biology of the disease and epidemiology of the disease a lot of the social aspects of that brings up you know this is as you as I think we're all aware we have haves and have nots in our society and this this disease has yet again emphasize those divides so that's an important thing for everybody to be really clear about we also do role plays a apps that sample scripts that people can work from in smaller workgroups hi and then we'll look over people's shoulders as they're making calls the look over our shoulders we'll do one together and then we'll we will look over their shoulders while they make them and at the end of twenty hours there actually you know quite competent at doing this I'm I'm kind of curious and and I I don't want to cut this to come off as a criticism or being impetuous and anyway but obviously everybody is very eager to come out of this like down as quickly as possible and obviously we have known that this is a need for some time now why is this something that's coming off the ground right now was we were there it is just help us understand that you know the difficulties in getting something this monumental up and running sure well we've been doing in San Francisco for four weeks just to give you my first things first things first so this was recognized early on by the department of public health and Dr Colfax and Dr Oregon and we you know we we with their help we yeah and you know it as a joint effort we pushed it down the roadway and got it launched and you know I've been doing this now for four weeks and have a lot of the the Kinks knocked out of it coming forward a lot of counties have been doing a little bit of this but not a lot they don't know where the work force is coming from the county all the county or most of the counties not the little counties but most of the big counties at people who do this for a living they do it for STD control they do it for tuberculosis control you do a premiumization programs the server standard public health programs but they're just not very many of them so in San Francisco for instance when this started your ten people doing this we were doing the case investigations and then trying to follow up on the context we've added a hundred and forty people to that so just to give you an idea of the numbers and so this ten thousand people that the governor talks about that's the
San Francisco Bay Area Extends Shelter-In-Place Order
"Shelter in place orders look like they'll be extended through may in at least a six bay area counties with some revisions expected to be announced later this week San Francisco public health director grant Colfax says the curve of new coded nineteen cases has flattened but lifting restrictions prematurely could lead to a surge in illnesses we are working hard to develop recommendations based on data and science for loosening some of these restrictions following must be thoughtful we must be careful and we must take this step by step in addition to San Francisco Alameda Contra Costa Marin San Mateo and Santa Clara counties in the city of Berkeley are coordinating on the orders in Alameda county officials say a program providing hotel rooms for people experiencing homelessness omits the corona virus pandemic needs to expand KQED Serra Husayni reports area health officials had initially rented nearly four hundred rooms as part of operation comfort which provide shelter for people who have tested positive for the virus in operation safer ground which houses older and medically fragile people most at risk of serious illness health care services agency director calling Chalus is the rooms are nearly filled and it's important to note too that many of the winter shelters and warming centers are planning to close soon Chalus is there a county leases under way for more than two hundred and sixty additional hotel rooms and they're looking for even
"colfax" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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San Francisco ramping up effort to track every COVID-19 case and contact
"San Francisco city officials are taking measures to repair this city for a win coronavirus restrictions are lifted including a new program for testing and contact tracking but the city is also facing criticism for their handling of the homeless population during the crisis K. because the woman is reports city officials in the new program for contact tracing will identify people who might have come into contact with an infected person the program is a partnership between the department of public health UCSF and the software company DiMaggio director of the department of public health grant Colfax is this program will be essential when the ultimately left the shelter in place orders and moved to a new phase of fighting the pandemic San Francisco's innovative new program will engage with individuals who test positive for covered nineteen to identify their recent close contacts specially trained outreach workers will then follow up remotely by phone or text with any individuals who may have been in contact with the covert positive patient these conversations will be voluntary confidential and culturally and linguistically appropriate city officials also gave an update on plans for housing vulnerable homeless people in hotel rooms the city is focusing on those who are coping nineteen positive or under investigation for having the virus those over sixty and we have underlying health conditions they now have placed a hundred and seventy four individuals in hotel rooms for homeless individuals that don't belong in these categories they plan to continue to reinforce social distancing and hygiene protocols in homeless shelters but San Francisco supervisors disagree with the city's response the unanimously approved an ordinance on Tuesday directing the mayor to procure eight thousand two hundred and fifty hotel rooms for homeless people and first responders night April twenty sixth the move follows a corona virus outbreak at a shelter the infected ninety two homeless people intend shelter staff in what's being called the largest homeless corona virus outbreak in the country supervisors say they've been warning for weeks that shelters would be a breeding ground for cove in nineteen and the mayor's office was moving too slowly making an outbreak unavoidable your supervisor Hillary Ronen saving lives matters more we can rebuild our economy over time but stating lives means more we have simply not done that pretty and house population we have not gone all out we have not used those rooms than there has not used her power to commandeer which is now a public memo from the city attorney's office giving her that power we have not needed a fiscal priority that we want to save those lives just as much as we want to save our own and it's time to make that clear statement not with the resolution like we did last week but with the binding law Maryland every double down her response arguing it is not that easy to put that many homeless individuals and hotel rooms giving that many deal with mental illness and substance issues and needs for cevik resources it's not easy and if it were that easy we would have done it a long time ago and other major cities in this country would have done the same thing we are we have moved faster and further along than almost any other major city in the country as a relates to housing are on house population over seven hundred people have been house out of our shelters and counting so I'm really proud of the work that they continue to do what I like to do more yes I'd like to do more what I like to open up eight thousand nine thousand ten thousand hotel rooms of course who wouldn't but that is not the reality of what we as a city can do the mayor's administration have been working to obtain a total of seven thousand hotel rooms the ordinance ups the ante it says seven thousand rooms should be allocated for homeless people five hundred rooms for discharged hospital patients who have no place else to quarantine and seven hundred and fifty for frontline workers who can't commute large distances or who fear infecting their
FDA relaxes rules on who can donate as COVID-19 cancels blood drives
"As blood donations have dropped across the country due to the corona virus pandemic San Francisco lawmakers are drawing attention to federal rules that limit gay and bisexual blood donations KPFA is Daniel when he has the story senator Scott Wiener launch they give for a gay blood drive where people can donate their blood on behalf of the gay and bisexual men who are currently banned by the FDA from doing so Wiener says this needs to change especially in light of a blood shortage resulting from covert nineteen so there is no scientific basis whatsoever to restrict gay and bisexual men from giving blood it is irrational it's discriminatory and it undermines our ability to get people to donate blood it's leaving millions of people al healthy people who want to donate blood to support their community Weiner says the ban was put in place after the HIV epidemic in nineteen seventy seven regulators ruled that gay men could donate blood only if they abstain from intercourse with another man for one year after the corona virus outbreak Weiner wrote a letter to the FDA urging a chain the FDA this month's reduce the limitations allowing gay and bisexual men to donate blood if they abstain from having sex for the last three months Wiener says it's still a ban San Francisco mayor London breed agrees she donated blood on behalf of senator Wiener mayor breed says people should not be restricted on how they can help their community based on who they love just think about it Scott Wiener is a state senator here in California and is prohibited from giving blood the person who is leading our public health charge Dr grant Colfax because he is gay can not give blood even though he is the person in the city spear heading the public health response to keep all San Franciscans safe supervisor Rafael man a man who is here today who serves on the board of supervisors and works tirelessly for the residents of San Francisco incredible people incredible leaders a desire to serve and because of these outdated restrictions by the FDA they can't serve their city and their country in this way breed says policies needs to evolve with the times and look the covert nineteen outbreak is the time when people need to help each other in any way they can San Francisco supervisor Catherine Stefani says that the FDA needs to end the ban if they want to help the epidemic if the FDA is serious about addressing our covert nineteen blood shortage it needs to fully put aside is discriminatory restrictions immediately some city policy makers have had first hand experience of being turned away from blood donation drives Tom temprano the vice president of the San Francisco City College Board of trustees says he was rejected when he tried to serve his community by giving blood when he was in high school she describes the moment during the blood drive when he was asked if he'd had intercourse with the same sex I had worked very hard and enjoyed a lot to come out as a high school student and was not gonna go back into the closet just to donate blood and so I answered honestly and I said yes I have and the full bottom mist was stunned and told me I'm sorry but you can't donate blood no other students in my high school was told that they could not donate blood and it it just my stomach fell I called my lesbian arts that night crying because I couldn't understand why the government what a let me help out and wouldn't let me participate in this and the fact that fifteen years later I still can't donate improviser Rafael Mandel man the sole gay man on the board of supervisors has authored a resolution urging the FDA to lift its ban on sexually active gay and bisexual men from donating
"colfax" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Travel public health director grant Colfax I know today's order is a radical step it has to be we need to act now all of us to protect the public health most retail stores will close and restaurants will only be allowed to provide takeout but mayor London breed says there is no need to rush out to buy food and do not panic the grocery stores will remain open the gas stations will remain open the banks will remain open the pharmacies will remain open essential workers such as doctors are exempt in the garbage will still be picked up for most other people it's work from home or don't work the city knows that means many will be out of a paycheck or even laid off its announced a ten million dollar fund to extend an extra five days sick leave to affected employees the order doesn't apply to those who are homeless though they're encouraged to seek shelter in San Francisco Kevin Novak KCBS San Francisco police telling KCBS at midnight midnight that's about twenty six minutes from now they'll begin checking to make sure that the city bars and restaurants are complying with these orders to close it's an all out effort of course to control the spread of the corona virus the order extends for two weeks from Tuesday March seventeenth through Tuesday of April seventh the White House is asking all Americans to take steps to slow the outbreak and president trump is urging all older Americans to stay home at a briefing that he held in the afternoon everyone now being asked to avoid gathering in groups of more than ten and stop eating in restaurants all unnecessary travel and social business should be avoided and if anyone in your household test positive for the virus everyone who lives there should stay at home travelers for their ports around the nation in recent days attempting to make it back to home before possibly being stranded overseas as the new travel restrictions went into place across the United States it's an attempt to slow the spread of the corona virus John Sweetman yes transportation research and professor of public service at the Paul university in Chicago and says this scenario is unprecedented for the airline industry that's really scared off travelers who may not realize that those delays which is due to international customs so people are afraid to fly domestically because they don't know what to believe and that's are really hard to airlines to predict demand in middle of that Sweetman says Congress can help the airline industry during this challenging time by providing some sort of timetable on when life can return to normal and lawmakers should discuss it in the upcoming revenue or tax benefits that they are following up and through nine eleven well even as the schools are shutting their doors they are opening their pantries to make sure the low income students don't go hungry during the coronavirus closure KCBS is Matt Bigler has more on the food distribution program in Oakland whole families with kids in total were stopping by the cafeteria at castle mine high school to pick up brown bags full of food breakfast and lunch for three days I've got some meal also on Comey told I needed Daniels a junior at castle mon says it's a relief the school district is continuing to provide meals even walk classes are closed most people depend on the on the school meals sometimes this can be enough to get you through yeah families can also pick up two sacks of groceries says Cassandra read the supervisor here Alameda county food bank came and dropped off some bad so we're also handing those out to the families as well so I may is just the whole everything is just great everyone is feeling great today these distributions are happening at twelve Oakland schools they will continue on Mondays and Thursdays for as long as the campuses are closed at castle one high school in Oakland Matt Bigler KCBS inmate at Santa Rita jail in Dublin said the facility is not prepared for the corona virus outbreak they've sent a list of grievances to jail staff and the Alameda County Board of supervisors saying they do not have access to proper sanitation supplies or medical care it may say a recent flu outbreak in the prison demonstrates their poor living conditions and accuses jail staff of disrupting their efforts to organize and make their grievances known to the public the Alameda county sheriff's office has not responded to requests for comment K. 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"colfax" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
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If a Coronavirus pandemic is inevitable, what should Canada be doing now?
"Today our guest is going to use the keyword. Just so you're prepared and prepared is sadly not the P. Word that word obviously as pandemic and there is currently a mostly superficial debate over whether or not to use it to describe the spread of the Corona Virus Colfax nineteen. The debate is mostly superficial because while public health bodies go back and forth on it the actual public who are scared just here one terrifying news report after another. Every Canada has recorded a tense case of cove in nineteen presumptive at this point within fifty cases here in the US and global fears growing and today the Dow plunging the World Health Organization. Now says there are more new cases of the corona virus outside China than inside that country. There are fifty countries and regions now affected. And as you can see. There's Cova nineteen cases reported in every continent except and Arctic thus far according to official numbers Canada has largely been spared but until recently lots of other places around the world seemed exactly that way too and now they're not so what happens next here and around the world. What do we know now about this disease? And how it spreads and who had attacks that we didn't know last month when it was just emerging? What should sensible Canadians do right now? Today what should they plan for in the coming weeks and months and what exactly does decades of expert research and models. Tell us what is likely to happen from here. How does the world prepare for that? I'm George Heath Rawlings. This is the big story. Dr David Fiszman is an epidemiologist at the dollar. Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto. His work puts him on the frontlines of Toronto and Canada's effort to battle this virus David. Hello thanks for having me back. Despite my faulty prediction last time star. We won't call it faulty because it was based on on what we knew at the time. But we wanted to have you back because this has been evolving and the last time you were on We talked about cove in nineteen which wasn't called that at the time. And you said kind of the the quote that stuck with me was. We've seen this movie before. And now I feel like I have seen this movie before but it was called outbreak. People died. No I think I think for good or ill it is a sequel but the script writers seem to have been more creative than we that. I certainly expected last week and I have to go through. I'm not a psychologist but I have been trying to learn about cognitive biases. Because I think that in my bad takes on this I've anchored on what I thought I knew based on prior epidemics and this turned out to be different in important ways if we recorded this a week ago on February twentieth. I actually would have stuck to my guns Because as recently as the middle of last week I really felt like this was a massive epidemic but the aggressive social distancing in China sort of had locked it down and I was quite smug with the class. I teach at U. OF T. And showed them model projections and those model projections for China. Actually right so. China seems to have this largely contained within China. The difficulty is it was like a forest fire in China. It's sent off all these sparks around. The world and a lot of countries contain the sparks but it turns out that a lot of countries didn't so what changed for me. Last week was the recognition in Canada and simultaneously in Lebanon and in the United Arab Emirates cove nineteen cases with travel histories linking them to Iran. Which at that time I. I'm not even sure if at that time. Iran had any cases but had single digit cases certainly by the end of last week and several of those single digit cases. Were already dead. So given the leg between infection hand demise with this thing. The high fraction of deaths told you that this was already an old epidemic and we ran the numbers over the weekend with some colleagues Colleagues Them Cameron Con Isaac. Gotch on my colleague Ashley Shoot. Was the person who who wrote this short paper and in Ashley's analysis she looked at travel rankings for Countries in terms of their their closeness to Iran Canada's number thirty one said there's thirty countries on the list higher than us which include places with lousy public health systems like Syria like Iraq. Places that have been through civil conflict and that effectively very vulnerable to infectious disease. Because they wouldn't be able to identify it if it was there and they had no cases which is mathematically implausible that Canada's importing cases but Syria and Iraq have none. Yeah so that right there told you. Oh this is a round or not seeing it the day after we did the analysis. Kuwait Oman Bahrain Afghanistan and Iraq said. Oh we have cases so we ran the analysis and the T. L. Dr On. This is the estimated epidemic size to see that volume of expert cases based on travel volumes is a an epidemic of twenty to twenty five thousand cases. Which is a huge epidemic. And even now I think around up to a of hundred cases that they've officially reported it's a tiny fraction of what's actually going on and this is disseminated so it's in it's in Afghanistan it's in Pakistan. It's not in Syria. But nobody believes that It's not in Yemen. But nobody believes that we haven't had a single case in Indonesia which has fairly close ties to southern China. But I don't think many epidemiologists believe that Indonesia has no cases so you know Iran. Lock this down. Singapore had an outbreak and controlled it. But we now have outbreaks in South Korea that the Korean health systems very competent and they seem to be struggling to contain. We have a large outbreak in northern Italy which also looks large and old like the Iranian outbreak with a high fraction of deaths So this seems to be everywhere and I think and this is really I mean. This is literally the last six days so I think China got the job done locally but you know the cats under the bag or that's the ball game or whatever. What hard metaphor when the cat is out of the bag for Canadians for sure but in countries that that haven't seen it yet you know there was Some controversy in the United States when one of the officials dealing with it said. It's a matter of when I think what you see there to be. Brutally Frank is kind of the toxicity of the trump administration and the White House where you have a senior public health official just stating a plain truth this is Nancy Massana of the CDC absolutely. It's a matter of when not if people are acknowledging that in Canada now too. That's just the plain truth and you get the rapid push back from the White House saying no no no. It's not going on here. That was undercut last night. Because we now have a reported case in In Northern California the details came out last night that this is someone without a known link to an area outside the United States who was transferred to UC Davis on February Nineteenth. Already intimated anonymous ventilator. So already in intensive care my fear in Canada and I think many physicians many of my colleagues fearing Canada is that we're not looking aggressively enough for this in people without known travelling kid to areas of the world that we think the is spreading in because what Iran shows. You the quiet places for the problem right and so we need to be doing more surveilled this in primary care clinics emergency and as was the case at UC Davis Test People with unexplained respiratory failure. Because the last thing you want is for this to come to light because you have a sars-like event with a hospital at break when you hear officials say when not if in your world what does when look like like what is that. Yeah no I mean. Look to my mind there. Two cases in Iran out of. I think we're at twelve recognized imported cases in Canada. I think possibly two of those secondary transmissions in Canada two of the cases are imported from Canada. The other imported cases have links to China so the first case from Iran. Sounds like maybe even been ill on? The flight presented. Quite promptly was diagnosed. It sounds reading the tea leaves. I wasn't involved in care here. It sounds like the second case had been ill since February fifteenth and was twigged to come in to Sunnybrook and get tested by the fact that people were saying. Oh you know this may be around in folks who have travelled to Iran so that to me you know. Those are the two found so the question is well where the people you didn't find and what's going to happen with those so one of the messed up things about corona viruses certainly with SARS and with a bowl is there's something called the Pareto principle which is like the eighty twenty rule you know. Eighty percent of the stuff comes from twenty percent of the people for me as a professor of knuckles eighty twenty. I'm going to say ninety nine percent of my headaches because people will hear this ninety. Nine percent of my headaches come from one percent of by students because my students are awesome. But that's an example of perito distributed process in the context of infectious diseases. That means let's say. Eighty percent of the secondary cases come from twenty percent of the primary cases. That's something that's called. An over distributed are not or perito distributed. Are Not some people are just better at spread? Some people are better at spreading in some places are better to spread. So you look at the Korean church. The mega church where this seems to have taken off like approximately like a rocket and there's something about their style of worship. I don't know too much. It sounds like it involves a fair bit of physical contact It seems to have been very very good at transmitting. This and we had that in Toronto. During SARS with religious communities as well hospitals seem to be very good places for super spreader events you know a person goes into respiratory failure and infects fourteen fifteen seventeen healthcare workers all at once as they get into bed. And then you get the dead ends Zeros. So you know this is kind of like tick tick tick tick. You're waiting for the boom. And we don't know if the booms GONNA come yet but I think the boom is probably going to come over the next couple of weeks. I don't know if it's tomorrow or three weeks from now and what happens in Canada when that boom heads what do we do? So so. That's that's a great question. I think what we do and what I had hoped and what I'd actually said publicly event a U. T. Last night is I'd like to see some clear messaging from public health authorities. I think at the
"colfax" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
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"colfax" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Brought down down the yesterday downtown drive was awful with Colfax it's fear of being completely almost completely shut down this morning they spotted another accident downtown odds it doesn't have the same consequences watch out for delays is right there would win again in six that we do is we all come together just south of the skyscrapers that is another trouble spot this morning it really thanks for the heads up on Twitter made you can always catch latest traffic add K. would check under your drive this morning it looks really good coming in from the west side of town but it is going to be really really bright so just start to make an impact in our drive on all your eastbound route was bound to seventy approaching go back you've got a question for all the other cries downtown north bend I twenty five Aralia didn't sell like a bad would sound like it's over the right shoulder but expect delays there and watch over delays on highway sixty six between I twenty five Platteville up north crash a county road nineteen is reporter sponsored by your local Ford store if you want us our best safety technology and a powerful turbo charged eagle was did you get a Ford if you want America's best selling brand get a Ford if you want a great deal on your next car truck or SUV get your local Ford store today built for word proud next update at ten minutes okay eight fifty AM in ninety four one of them no radio at home no problem Hey Alexis played KO a on I heard radio the voice of Colorado available in over two thousand of vices this report is sponsored by wisteria credit union patchy dense fog this morning leading to mostly cloudy skies then a chance for an afternoon or evening so shower the high forty four any accumulations light I mean urologist Brooks garner fox we wanted what weather get an extra twenty percent off today's already low home loan rate that was terrible when you apply in January down payments.
Content Intelligence With Bill Galusha, VP Marketing at ABBYY
"Guest today is is Bill Galicia. WHO's the director of Product Marketing at Abbey High Bill. Thank you so much for joining us on this podcast today. Thank you for having me on. Welcome bill and thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Tell them a little bit about your background and your current role at Abbey sure so I currently work for have you have been there for about a year and a half now. I'm the Director Director of Product Marketing I head up our innovative products group focusing on some of the growth markets that we see and kind of we're Abbey's technology can be we're customers can benefit benefit within different markets and different industries prior to come into abby and I've been in the offer industry and a price offer industry about twenty three years now working for both small Paul Startup companies and large enterprise companies like EMC as well as Colfax previous company. I worked for so my background has been both in product management product marketing focus on enterprise software everything from processing and understanding content to business process automation platforms. I have managed as well to his sounds great and in one of the things is that when we spent a lot of our time talking to enterprises and organizations both in the private sector as well as the public sector you might think of information stuff that's stored in databases and applications applications but as we all know like ninety plus percent of the information that is flowing through the enterprise and the organization is unstructured. It's information that's an documents and emails and texts and voicemails videos and images and even log files you just kind of like lots of the stuff that's just kind of dominating the enterprise between all of that and it makes over ninety percent of the information so clearly that's part of the reason why people are looking at technology is like ai machine learning extract more value from this and try to learn and find the patterns earns you. How are you seeing companies using AI and cognitive technologies to extract more value from this vast treasure trove of information in the enterprise yeah yeah great question and you know if he kinda rewind go back ten fifteen years. You know a lot of enterprises were processing information that was trapped on papers. You saw a a lot of canning going on in back offices high volume scanning in with the purpose of turning that into digital information and extracting the content the data from those documents and putting it into systems systems and paper has gone away. There's been this kind of this thought that well. We don't have you know unstructured content documents to deal with anymore. which really isn't the case anymore or in really what you see is that a lot of the content is now being digitized at the point of origination and being sent in as documents minutes attached to an email as an example or being captured on a mobile device so you still have this requirement where you have all this unstructured information that's trapped within these documents then needs to be understood and extracted and connected into a business process and those processes really transcend many different industries banking insurance logistics excess manufacturing? Some of these processes are back office so you think a good example is really in finance so you get processes like invoices purchase orders and sales orders and some of that is digital so you have companies that work with their vendors and it's all the information digitally transferred but again some of these documents are are captured the source attached as say a PDF or an image to an email sent in and that's really where Abbey's technology comes in the play to be able to understand classify what what type of document is this an invoice from ABC companies from a different company being able to extract the information say from Invoice the header the photo Lai nine details really putting heading into a structured format inputting information into a system like New York P. System Mendon connecting a to a process where he will have approvals and reviews along the way while too so There's a lot of different use cases so some of these are in the back office a lot of our front office where it's directly connected to a customer experience so banking is another good example where a lending process will kick off requirement for certain documents be sent in by that consumer. I mean those are documents that Abbes technology and Dan the used to not only are the technology digitize it but also be able to classify extract and continuously learn on you know what type of document and so those are as well as being able to extract the information and enacted into the appropriate system and
Recreational marijuana drives down synthetic opioid deaths by a THIRD, study claims
"Let's talk about the issue that has worked to get the some Democrats and Republicans across this country and it is the legalization first of medical marijuana and then in some states it actually propelled itself to the legalization of the recreational use of marijuana through initiative and referendum and man the effect that it's having a pretty amazing there is new research out that says recreational we'd use could lead to a twenty to thirty five percent down turn in the number of opioid deaths that's it that's incredible I could see that twenty to thirty five percent I could see that because remember I had the personal experience two times in my life of having to use pain killers to ward off to us I mean numbing pain they just wouldn't leave it so after I got shot with the five hollowpoint bullets on the orders of the gadis to the Gambino said the back in that cabin June in nineteen ninety two I was on morphine for quite some time without that it just would have been unbearable unbearable and yet you because you could dispense the morphine into yourself you had a little quicker next you head to bed you a basically kept pumping a pump in it a you can like a vegetable you weren't interested in anything you know how I love to follow the news and sports I was interested in what is going on in the world long was this on and off for about two years while because I went in for two different operations of first one had no choice at save my life but then I had to have reverse a reversal operation you know to get rid of the colostomy bag and some of the other procedures that they took and I got to tell you what that is that was worse than the first operation because you knew you were going to get it and it was painful so I had a deal with the morphine effect and then weaning myself off the morphine but worst was when I was diagnosed with Crohn's disease have to having colitis and Ely ideas the pain was just nonstop day in day out they had me on oxy code own hillbilly heroin then they had me on morphine then they had me on fentanyl fentanyl ten times stronger than morphine himself and I must tell you that it wasn't until I was able to qualify for medical marijuana that I found something that not only I was able to deal with my knowledge of my reflux it had a calming effect and more importantly it did eventually deal with the pain yeah and you're not the only person obviously who says this which is why there have been there's really been a change I mean even even judge Jeanine Pirro is now involved in the medical marijuana world I think she's on she's on some advisory board yeah so I mean this is a you know it's it's becoming a lot more prevalent in today's society and for people like you I mean you were able to wean yourself off of the other stuff and get on the medical then general one was in the city it I mean I goals who cold Turkey sometimes and I was just like old man your body is just cycle wracked in pain you keep feeding yourself because a lot of the times issue prescription says take two a day one in the morning one in night but you start self medicate yeah and you do get you fork and it does feel great and then you want to feel like that all the time and then it's like pain in place well the pain is enormous and then all of a sudden you have this plagiarized effect but that goes away quickly you need more and you're talking about you're talking about medical legalize medical marijuana so these opioid they did this study the university of Massachusetts in it they analyzed opioid overdose deaths and the number of deaths fell in states where they had the legalize medical or recreational marijuana the effects were great as listen to this one where when recreational marijuana access gave more people access to dispensaries so the more dispensaries the higher the chances are you will not have it's like when you half your hunt for a seven eleven the more seven elevens the more times you can get your fix this for picture right the less seven elevens and all of a sudden you have the junk no I make a lot of sense if you have these legal outlets where they sell the recreational use of marijuana which means is quality control the state and the local community to making some money on the taxes and you taking it either the hands of the black market that makes all the sense in the world now where are most of the dispensers I mean I know for instance in California you can get them there in Venice Venice is a kind of a it's a highfalutin California California is way ahead of us in making it not only easy to access but invisible locations still in New York state out of sight out of mind in New Jersey it's getting better on the Murphy but a lot of its out of sight out of mind it's gonna be a lob rate the way any other business would be a lot right but don't aren't there more of these legal dispensaries and sort of the rougher neighborhoods predominantly the USA would like that because remember a lot of towns villages him borough say okay we're not opposed to legalization of the recreational use of marijuana just not on our town yeah exactly so the poorer communities say okay we'll house that is long as we get a bigger cut of the tax dollars so that's I guess I mean I guess that's a good thing because a they'll get the cut but H. B. they'll also have all of these medical of all these dispensary it like for instance dad over good access Denver's best known because you can go on the main drag Colfax and the state capital is right here the cathedral is right they have lots of commerce lots of activity and you see these marijuana shops but then you'll see it also in some industrialized areas where wow it's not globally around other than factories and wooden you know pallets in a waiting for trucks to come pick it up and they seem to do well and to me it's sort of like if we can help get people off of the opioid switch to solve problems such as some people to shake at such a killer
"colfax" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"By the way, the dodgers that's bad Colfax and Drysdale he will betray how to great spring training. Crushed about five home runs and fielder outfielder. He was the first baseman. Okay. We had a lot of power. But then he got so upset he quit. And to this day at seventy six years of age. That's the biggest regret in life. But anyway, what Tim Anderson is saying is right. If you have your son has a passion for the game. But the problem is the first thing they gotta the passion. But the inner city the problem is accessibility to baseball compared to say basketball or football. We're basketball. Is there every day? It's it's shape. Baseball's way more expensive for the equipment. They don't have the feels this is why major league baseball is failing. They're they're investing all this money in Latin America, which is fine. But why not do the same thing in inner cities and trying they're they've got an initiative, and they are trying but the, but the problem is, and here's what I was go back to so I just did some quick back of the napkin math here. So there about four hundred and fifty NBA jobs four hundred fifty right for MBA players there about sixteen hundred. Jobs for NFL players there. If you in that includes practice squad, right, okay. If you include the minor leagues there about ten thousand available jobs right for baseball players. So you've got a better chance to get onto the latter day spun you do for any other to to Michael's point. If you get in your car today, and you drove around if you didn't get on the freeway, you drove down Olympic or if you drove towards USC. You went down Figaro and Turkey USC you won't. You'll see lots of basketball hoops, you won't see a baseball field. Like, my friend of mine. One of my best friends growing up started. This thing called Westside sports associates w essay. And what they do is they go into cities and build fields. Right, right. They build baseball. Yeah. And and so what they do is they'll they'll physically look at a map and say if if a black kid grew up in Compton in this part of Compton, he couldn't play baseball. He wanted to which is your point. Right. So that's part of of these initiatives to is you you play what you have the ability to play..
"colfax" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Crazy delays at the airport. This morning though. As all the patriots fans were getting out of town. And you see the parking prices for downtown. I saw your picture hundred twenty-five that was a that was for valet at the Omni which turned out to be steel because tickets went up to two hundred parking spots were two hundred bucks down here. But I don't understand that. Because that's that gets you right to the stadium. So I you know, it's close to the stadium. We gotta drive through crowds to get there. And then after the game, you're stuck for an hour. And at least trying to get Deb was smart to take Marta to her ordinary. Sweet not the not the luxury the ordinary ordinary the best part of the game for me. And I think this will end of the debate for for now and for centuries to come is that Jewish men are not good athletes because Jews nugget Julian Edelman Jewish man MVP the Super Bowl. I mean, come on. It went from sandy Colfax to me now. The mantle of you. Remember, the the movie airplane? Yeah. And there on the plane and some light reading she goes, she gives her a pamphlet of great Jews in sports. So now that pamphlet includes Colfax me Julian Edelman free pages proud, even though I don't like the patriots. But the man they're the best team ever. Unbelievable. Ballot chicken Brady, the goats the grace of all time longer. That's what that means. Is our them. That's what that means. Yeah. I mean, I despise the team. Did I grew up disliking them? But you gotta respect what they've done any good. When you were a kid five they went to the Super Bowl. They were right. Traditionally bad. Yeah. But they went to the Super Bowl eighty-five and got their clocks cleaned by the bears Ditka. The bears and they're bad again. And then they Drew Bledsoe early nineties once sir didn't they go back in the early nineties once eighty-five until the latest Ron I could be a kid be wrong. Jay blacks in a fact check during the break. But yeah, but it's funny is soccer. So my high school buddy because we up in Connecticut, but they were so bad. Like, my friends in Connecticut weren't even patriots fans. Like there was one kid. Randy roach. He was a patriots fan wrote. Like, no one else. I mean, there's a couple of now. But I I don't remember them ever been in high school because they sucked so bad. Now, how life has changed? Now, the giant suck. Well, we're we've saquon Barkley. I'm all right with that. We can be bad. If I have a superstar like give me some hope, I don't know what to do with them. But yeah, give me some guy can have on my fantasy team. You know, what I'm talking about longoria? Right. Yeah. Been wanting quarterback. Yeah. Coming up. We'll talk about the Super Bowl year experiences. All that stuff at four or four eight seven two zero seven fifty one eight hundred eighty s we talk coming up after news one of the bigger stories to break pre Super Bowl was the arrest of a rapper name, Twenty-one, savage savage, twenty one I don't know, you don't know me either. But it's an interesting story on how he got caught. And why he got caught sites you'll break it down. And how it relates to everyday people like me and you four zero four eight seven two zero seven fifty on Twitter.
Curaleaf Opens Its 15th Medical Marijuana Dispensary in Florida
"And I think you're gonna see that the consumer is really strong, and they are spending even heard the fed talk about that last week nuance communications based in Burlington is selling its paperwork imaging business to California based Colfax four hundred million bucks seen as the first step to streamline the company Colfax helps companies securely digitize and manage paperwork deal expected to close in six months and nuance officials saying the sale will enable them to sharpen their focus on their artificial intelligence and cloud related portfolio. Well, they just couldn't make a go of it. A tech incubator and Lawrence that had struggled to find tenants is now closed maker innovationlab. Lawrence was renting space at Everett mills they'd received more than eighty thousand dollars in grants from mass development bought a robotics lab. A darkroom equipment three D. Printing, tools labs, founder says mill as it was called just didn't have enough interest and support with. Within the community that is knowing the business.
Report: Kimberly Guilfoyle left Fox News after allegations of misconduct
"NewsRadio I heart radio? Station KOA, NewsRadio time is. Two, thirty p. p. a. says it is actively working to clean up and deal. With the gold king mind spill in Colorado that sent heavy metals. In rivers and streams in two thousand fifteen and because of that the wants a federal court to throw out a lawsuit Utah wants one. Point nine billion dollars from the EPA New Mexico is asking for one hundred and thirty million dollars in damages and the Navajo nation sued for hundred and sixty two million they say the EPA was responsible. And needs to. Pay for the damage that resulted from the disastrous spill former Fox. News host Kimberly Guilfoil is reportedly facing allegations of misconduct at the network the Huffington Post says FOX has been investigating claims of inappropriate behavior including, sexual misconduct Kilfoyle has been dating Donald Trump junior and recently announced she was. Leaving the, network voluntarily but Huffington Post says the departure was. Not voluntary. Her spokesman is denying that report with training camps set to start tomorrow John Elway Is pleased with off season moves that. Improve the team's offense offensive AM excited about especially with case pulling the trigger and where we are there. Elway says free agent, acquisition case keenum brings intelligence and experience to the quarterback position. He says training camp, will be about turning that potential into a, potent offense Elway. Says the defense should be improved, he, expects first round pick linebacker Bradley Chubb to make, an impact our next, news update is at three. O'clock I'm Karen Trinidad on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four. One FM The best traffic centers. Friday afternoon therefore you knows quite a few backups to deal with it a, few accidents adding to that latest one on the eastbound I. Seventy two southbound to twenty-five around that ramp just past Peoria backups eastbound back to two seventy and westbound pretty heavy either side to seventy most. Of the afternoon still is westbound, to seventy slow across commerce city eastbound eastbound. Seventy at York backing up at a crash westbound I seventy six at, seventy four backing that up to eighty eight getting out of the tech center in pretty good shape Budo trying to head downtown start seeing those, brake lights just north, of university all the way up to Colfax southbound across downtown stacked up I seventy down to spear and on the south side for seventy westbound. Some stop, and go there from university out to Broadway and Santa Fe and. Then on the west side you're going. To have a slow downs there westbound from bowls had up to. Morrison road CBS four weather isolated storms developing. This afternoon with a high of eighty eight scattered evening storms and partly cloudy Howdy low fifty eight for the weekend mostly sunny tomorrow scattered, storms in the afternoon with a high of eighty three scattered storms again..
"colfax" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"The biltmore hotel tonight if there's a bar you think we could have like a a a listener meet up at the moral east i'll tell you what i'll do tomorrow during the day all whiz by the built world east colfax and see if there's a bar and if there is all make a reservation and when i get back from a little short vacation next week we will like third next thursday or friday we'll have a listener meet up at the bar at the biltmore on east colfax that sounds pretty classy doesn't it class having a meet up at the biltmore you're so unenthusiastic i was busy busy what on the show oh that'd be a first doing what strong coffee in there the coffee thing in here but coffee thing let's a coffee thing thermos thing where you pump it on the top oppress a coffee press the thermos oh a coffee thermos as the pump on top have you looked at it now why don't touch that i wouldn't either how long it's been sitting there i'm sure at least once a morning someone refills it oh you think so so so what so they provide free coffee but no free diet cokes is up is that the deal do you drink do you drink coffee now you don't i don't either so you are being discriminated against i get t oh they oh they provide free t too don't they yeah yeah.
Huge python eats woman checking her vegetable garden
"Fiftyfive dodgers championship ring represents the only time jackie robinson sandy colfax and roy campanella won a world series while playing it ebbets field i'm bill michaels twenty three foot long python has swallowed a woman in central indonesia the fifty four year old victim went missing while checking on her vegetable garden thursday night and when family members went to look for her they only found her sandals enter flashlight local villagers then joined the search and found a very bloated python about fifty yards away from where her belongings were discovered the villagers then killed the snake and cut it open.
Max Scherzer of Washington Nationals tosses immaculate inning in win over Tampa Bay Rays
"The atlanta braves are the team leading the way in the national league east and they are playing a late night game in san diego tonight sean nukem gets the start for the braves he's been very good this year six and one with a two seven three era jordan lyles on the mound for san diego get this about the braves they have lost fifteen out of their last seventeen games at petco park dating back to august of two thousand twelve they've been outscored by fifty in that that time ninety four to forty four the only home run they've hit since two thousand fourteen at petco park the last four years came from cameron mabon in two thousand fifteen the braves for whatever reason have not been able to play well at all in san diego the mets hoping that continues tonight as the mets would drop to seven and a half games out of first if the braves beat the padres tonight at petco park washington one so the mets are now six and a half games behind the nationals they beat tampa four to two wilson ramos made his triumphant return to nationals park he received a thunderous ovation in dc tonight and then he saw max scherzer do sherzer usually does thirteen strikeouts from sherzer tonight his tenth victory already this season as he beat nathan evolved sean doolittle the save matt adams at a home run for washington in that game sure zor also pitched an immaculate inning nine pitches three strikeouts it's happened less than one hundred times in the history of baseball and sherzer became just the fifth pitcher to do it twice in his career the others to do it two or more times are all hall of famers lefty grove nolan ryan randy johnson and sandy colfax colfax the only pitcher in history to have three different immaculate innings in his career shirts or got his second tonight as part of a thirteen strikeout effort in the nationals win philadelphia's leading the cubs tonight five nothing in the fifth phillies have dropped to third in the national league east jake arrieta very critical of his team over the weekend in which he produced their only run against the giants by hitting a homer arrieta back at wrigley field tonight against the cubs though not pitching in.
Officials ID 2 climbers who died after falling from Yosemite's El Capitan
"The media he also reiterated there was no collusion with russia windsor johnston npr news washington from sercretary jim madison north korea must demonstrate verifiable and near reversible steps towards denuclearization if it's to get any relief from united nations sanctions speaking in singapore the bbc recorded him saying the road to the summit between president trump and north korea's leader kim jong un would be a bumpy one we must maintain a strong collaborative defensive stance so we enable aren't diplomat to go shopping from a call position of strength in this critical time especially now we must remain vigilant we will continue to implement all u n security council resolutions on north korea mattis speaking there on the final day of a security conference in singapore and you're listening to npr news crews working to contain wildfires burning in northern new mexico and southern colorado may get some help from the weather today the national weather service downpours are expected in the region this afternoon officials say the youth park fire and colfax counties threatening some three hundred homes in the town of cimarron where ficials issued a mandatory evacuations on friday it's destroyed about a dozen buildings at the boy scouts feigned philmont ranch a second wildfires burning north of durango colorado that fires foresee evacuation of some five hundred homes but together officials say the fires have burned some thirty two thousand acres to rock climbers have died after falling from the el capitan granite cliff in northern california's yosemite national park park rangers are investigating the accident daniel carson reports on what happened park rangers and search and rescue personnel found the bodies at the bottom of the el capitan granite formation they were identified as forty six year old jason wells from boulder colorado and forty two year old tim kline from palmdale california both were experienced climbers they were on the free blast route the first stretch of l kept tens near vertical rock the cliff is three thousand feet above you semi valley it's one of the best known landmarks in the park and considered one of the most challenging cliffs for experienced rock climbers the national park service says there are more.
"colfax" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"I'm sure he did a great job with the tubes yeah good night and you know he's he's never praised the catcher on the year not at all in fact he does the broadcast wearing the gear they still still does that i just not walking catcher's mask are really that's right one last thought for you and congratulations your calls been played all day long on mlb network it's terrific you love vince gully and you know the colfax vin scully perfect game the way scully set it up in the ninth inning so colfax would have it for ever you did that last night for mnaya this was very special well i tried to do that for braden's perfect game it is my home is like yes scully i didn't give the time i mean he went through the whole perfect game in sixty five with colfax against the cubs repeatedly time nine fourteen pm whatever the time was but i did make sure that i least indicated the date mentioned that it was april twenty first of two thousand eighteen and the other thing that that scully did was did he identified the players not defense he went through the whole defensive alignment for the dodgers in that game and he was asked about it after they gave marty and he said because these guys are part of history and if they ever have the chance to go back and listen to that ninthinning they'll know how special it was that they were involved in session historic accomplishment and so i did that last night and the the offense i talked to matt shopping earlier in the clubhouse and got his thoughts about playing third base because you can't you can't accomplish this without the help from your teammates so there are a big part of it as well.
"colfax" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"And went with my brothers to shave stadium we got in the car whites a shea stadium and sandy kovacs was pitching in this is that the difference in the game today and this is why when people say all the game you know as we are mel theor then we went up to the ticket window and argue is a dollar thirty five we get seats in right field and to my recollection they were field level or may maybe mezzanine that share a okay and we saw sandy colfax and he was going up against a starter who i believe was todd mcgraw right back when the mcgraw was the starter before he became a relief pitcher and now looking for us here's sandy colfax greatest pitcher ever maybe and you know this was coming off championships and everything that sannikov ex done give up nine runs lasted about three innings may be four on should we can look it up now get that specific game i wanted to see the great sandy colfax in the mets who slump in those days really stunk feed them up vakha a punching bag sandy koufax so you know there's no guarantees when you go to a baseball game that you're going to see your star guy not go over four years star pitcher nut go to innings to get knocked out you know you get which get and that's why i think baseball fans sports still have success even on tv where they show ratings are down reagan sedan well people are still watching because you don't know what the outcome is going to be you know you watch your drama and if it's a continuing series you know the good guys going survive you might get beat up he might be in a hospital but he's going to live the fight another day baseball the good guy mike i knocked out early and may be the little guy who you never even heard of comes in and winds for you or you just the good guy gets fumbled in a little guy against pummeled a new guy you go home sad because you lost bob in little ferry is with us bob you're on the fan good morning rigid good morning morning bob richard amalgam bright perk we got a little pv you're my kitchen every sunday morning and i were too little ppe and what did i watch this morning incredibly but i watched the.
"colfax" Discussed on KPCC
"A deputy name gonzalo indians app all right let's listen to the podcast this is a portion of episode 1 of repeat soon after the burglar is spotted by deputies very rare porter handra and i'd her ron o'brien debbie gonzala nzunda sit on the front sidewalk his partner nearby debbie indians aimed his long shotgun arsenal devin nunes who's a shotgun blast hit billips in the back of the leg he stumbled pelts from the blast sprayed out passed him and according to department records pummeled the wall of a home district morale mark o'meara were so our strong backrow colfax cannot get ready the it's pretty dramatic step give us a little bit more the background of the story yes the debbie in it said the burglar was armed pointed a gun at him and his partner that he feared for his safety and officials said the shooting was within the law the burglar was later convicted for crimes in connection to the shooting you know i've been covering police shootings in 2015 and this isn't one that would make national headlines when i talk to the burglar to now billups he said he never had a gun that the deputy planted it you know that's two different stories and that really started my reporting journey here to try to figure out the truth i talk to witnesses share some please track down court records interviewed gang members and turns out this is not this deputies for shooting had a string of shootings like few other officers in la county in recent years he shot of four people in seven months a course for those of us who have been listening to you for a few years we know that you've been covering officer shootings for for a good long time for kpcc at a time when of course there is a big national conversation about police shootings about race and accountability andy it's a really a conversation as deep los angeles ties even this week we're we're talking about this but but this goes way back to the early nineties when we had the original viral police video the rodney king beating that story and also to different points of view of of what happened right it's not uncommon in these cases to have two different points of view and if you think about it you know we give officers n 'extraordinary responsibility it's.
"colfax" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Seven before we get to your calls and you've live with let them up let's let's while what would want to do right here is go back way back boost suit maggie take a trip back in time lead to a daily poured we was apparently weber 18th 1966 out yet thirty years old sandy colfax retired from major league baseball go backside chronic arthritis in his pitching arm he was afraid that if he kept played baseball eventually he would be able to use his left hand at all he said in those days there was no surgery the wisdom was if you went in there it only make things worse than your career be over anyway now you go in you fix it you're okay for the next spring kovacs enter the majors the nineteen 55 but it wasn't until 1960 one that he really hit his stride that year he went 1830 led the majors in strikeout something he would do four times between nineteen sixty one and now ninety 66 meanwhile during those six seasons he led the league threetimes of wins and shutouts and twice he threw more complete games than any other pitcher he said a new majorleague strikeout record three eighty two in nineteen 65 though facts through one no hitter every year from 1960 to to nineteen 65 added sixty five through a perfect game his pitches the tories lead difficult to hit getting the bat on colfax especially the fastball this is what a pittsburgh's willie stargell one said he said it's like trying to drink coffee with a fork in 1960 one pardon me in 1971 the 36yearold colfax became the youngest person ever to be elected to the baseball hall of fame it was this day november eighteen thanking 66 just thirty years old said colfax retired for me major league baseball there's the great story 65 world series he get started on two days rest being opposed by jim kaat in a two nothing shutout victory for colfax put cartels a great story where um he uh went up to a cofaction colfax would be um his arm would be so lather up with a whitman uh just to get through the pain of throw in the baseball at that stage of his career of where his arm was due to kinda numbed the pain.
"colfax" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Five five two one two four cbs eight five five two one two four two two seven before we get to your calls and you've live with let them up let's let's get criminals fortunately while what we're going to do right here is go back way back soon maggie took a trip by dude hordes we lately flipkart oba eighteen th and sixty six years old sandy colfax retired from major league baseball colfax arthritis in his pitching arm he was afraid that if he kept playing baseball eventually he would be able to use his left hand at all he said those days there was no surgery the wisdom was if you went in there it only make things worse than your career be over anyway now you go in you fix it you're okay for the next sprague colfax enter the majors the 19th 55 but it wasn't until 1960 one that he really hit his stride that year he went eighteen and led the majors in strikeout something he would do four times between nineteen one and 1960 meanwhile during those six seasons he led the league threetimes wins and shutouts and twice ether more complete games than any other pitcher he said a new majorleague strikeout record three eighty two in nineteen 65 both facts through one nohitter every year to to nineteen sixty five at 65 he threw a perfect gave his pitches the tories lead difficult to hit getting the bet on colfax especially the fastball this is what up pittsburgh's willie stargell one said he said it's like trying to drink coffee with a fork and 1960 one for me in 1971 the 36yearold colfax became the youngest person ever to be elected to the baseball hall of fame it was this day november eighteen 1966 just thirty years old colfax tired for major league baseball there's the great story 65 world series he get started on two days rest beat opposed by jim cod in a two nothing shutout victory for colfax put cartels a great story wear he went up to uh colfax and colfax would be from his arm would be so lather up with a weakening uh just get through the pain of throw in the baseball at that stage of his career of where his arm was i knew it to kinda numb the pain and.
"colfax" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Yeah here's one thing that's really weird i have a sandy colfax signed picture in my living room array where i like to watch games and i have a ted williams picture and a joe dimaggio picture get out of here so yeah this was not scripted everybody this this is now clearly this was an eye we've never discussed generally fight but i will say this you know your wife uh you mentioned white taking over about ninety five percent of your house i will say you haven't use the line apparently hey honey i gotta go work and they hang out and drinking i definitely use that line and she doesn't have 100s talking about the decor of my abode got a trust me my bobby ord framed jersey would not make it into the on the public living room while i don't have bobby your but i do have john havlicek stealing the ball you're you go i'm not kidding it's very strains in is a lot of the same type of pictures i hate when you're watching a game between the yankees in the astros on wednesday night did you get a sense about crazy that crowd was yeah for the first time and we all know buster that i'm a red sox fan but i do obviously have an immense amount of respect for the yankees in their fans and watching not only last night's game but the entire postseason for the first time that stadium felt like the old stadium and eat as red sox fan i adored old yankee stadium in in new yankee kind of felt a little bit neutered.
"colfax" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He was some sort of a gun for higher but it's really their homegrown guys making basically nothing were just doing great you look at a quarry segar whose are terrific young shortstop he's fantastic he was the rookie of year last season you look at cody ballanger is the oddson favorite to win the rookie beer this year he might forty five home runs he's been phenomenal and then somebody who doesn't even get talked about that much and maybe broad circles but i got him alex wood who was acquired and a three way trade aiden he's eleven it always guard darian the ones by the event that he's been phenomenal he really great addition to the staff to so those are three focal points and combined are making a couple million dollars next to nothing in baseball terms now i should say this for people who don't know of course clayton kercheval great left starting pitcher for the digest maybe the best pitcher in baseball police better than colfax in my opinion hey let's what your gina known ever had in the other league the american league the team with the best record as the the houston astros they've also been remarkable club for the past couple of years they sure have an and that's really just a total care down there was such despair honestly in houston for while threec seasons in a row with one hundred or more losses this one kills me they had local television ratings multiple times this is true of zero point zero in perceptible television ratings it was really a disaster for the astros and this was because instead of kinda easing into it it may be will traders veteran i mean they went scorched earth on this thing they got rid of anything that was basically bolted to the floor but now you're starting to see the fruits of it it all comes together to create a magnificent human frankly one that's built to last the court is still very young whatever houston does this year we could see them back in.