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"colin william" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:03 min | 4 months ago

"colin william" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two Under a grove of trees to hear the short concert doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to. I completely forgot what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for NPR news. I'm Jeff Lunden in New York. Remains unclear whether the nearly 6000 workers had an Alabama Amazon warehouse. We're going to form a union. The voting began two weeks ago, the outcome could have wide reaching implications beyond the online retailer. This is NPR news. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include the William T. Grant Foundation, working to harness the power of research to make a difference in the lives of Children, teens and young adults for more than 80 years. Learn more at wt grant fdn dot orc. This'll. Typical spring weather pattern will continue for the rest of the week. Early morning. Low clouds clear by late morning and early afternoon and then bay Area highs will be in the sixties, The southern Sacramento Valley will have daytime highs in the mid seventies. There's no rainfall in the forecast for at least the next week. I'm Michelle Hannigan. You're listening to NPR's one Aon Take You et public radio. Nine or six. This is one, eh? I'm Jenn White in Washington. Back in March, we did a show with a panel of public defenders. It's called Ask a public defender, and you can find it on the 18 dot org's Now during the hour, one of our guests brought up a growing.

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With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

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00:57 sec | 4 months ago

With Outdoor Concert, New York's Lincoln Center Starts Path to Return

"Lincoln Center, held its first concert in over here on Wednesday. As Jeff Lunden reports. It was the first concert of restart stages, which will fill the art center with outdoor performances and rehearsal spaces it over the coming months After speeches by Mayor Bill de Blasio and others. Members of the New York Philharmonic's brass section played a fanfare. Ah, a small invited audience of first responders sat masked in socially distance pods of two under a grove of trees to hear the short concert. Doctor is male. Nobile of Mount Sinai Hospital who'd been on the front lines of the covert pandemic, said he was grateful to be in the audience that Z such a treat Such incredible treat trombone player Colin Williams of the New York Philharmonic said he was grateful to completely forgotten what it's like to perform to have an audience and to stand up and feel that energy again for

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"colin william" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"colin william" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Find new ways to safely house evacuees Colin Williams with the Red Cross sis providing Katsina food. Buffet is no longer an option. We're asking people. To present themselves at the Mercy Evacuation Center. We take their temperature. We ask them how we feel and then resistance we ask them with their needs are the US weather service and other agencies are predicting that Arizona in surrounding states will be at higher than normal risk for wildfires in May June and July William says of their biggest challenges to house evacuees in ways. That will keep them safe. Both from the wildfires and the COVID nineteen virus will be vac-vacation Center for people can come and find out information. We can then determine what their housing needs are most cases. We can refer people to one of three places to hotel a dormitory or can't tiffany Davila with Arizona. Forestry and Fire Management Says Firefighting crews will be rigorously tested for before they're deployed. They'll be issued gear to avoid contamination for public news service. I mark. Richardson have a safe immoral day. This is Mike Clifford for public news service. We are a listener supported. Emrah line public news service DOT. Org The USA radio network presents the greatest radio programs of all time. Ladies and gentlemen the story you're about to hear is true. Only the names have been changed to protect the innocent dragnet. This is classic Radio Theater Guy..

"colin william" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"colin william" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The Lake Erie Charter Boat Association date Spangler says there's no way to make up for the Lost Time. This is going to be very very lean year but we're ready if equal out. All fishing is right now. The best it has been in the lake ever. That's the real catch to everything else here because it's just a fantastic director of the Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau. Peter Houston says. This is the first weekend that the majority of retail restaurant and launching businesses on the island can open between the cleaning and the mass and the social distancing and all the other guy by all of the businesses here are fully embracing that deadline. And that you feel comfortable to come and visit. According to the Lake Erie Foundation and the eight counties that border the lake tourism related spending top fifteen billion dollars as of two thousand seventeen supporting more than one hundred twenty seven thousand jobs. Mary Sherman Reporting Lake Erie. Tourism organizations are projecting at least a forty percent drop and travel-related spending compared to last year finally fighting wildfires in Arizona and across the West is a daunting task in a normal year but at coronavirus into the mix and emergency officials say. They've had to develop a brand new game plan the Arizona Department of Forestry and fire management and the American Red Cross both say in addition to battling flames sheltering displaced families. They must enforce social distancing provide protective gear and find new ways to safely house evacuees Colin Williams with the Red Cross since providing Katsina food. Buffet is no longer an option. We're asking people to present themselves at the Mercy Evacuation Center. We take temperature. We ask them how we feel and then racist we ask them with their needs are the US weather service and other agencies are predicting that Arizona and surrounding states will be at higher than normal risk for wildfires in May June and July William says one of their biggest challenges to house evacuees in ways that will keep them safe both from the wildfires and the covid nineteen virus we will open up an emergency evacuation center for people can come and find out information we can then determine what their housing needs are most cases we can refer people to one of three places to hotel a dormitory or can't Tiffany Davila with Arizona Forestry and Fire Management Says Firefighting crews will be rigorously tested for illness before they're deployed they'll be issued gear to avoid contamination for Public News Service. I Mark Richardson have a safe immoral day. This is Mike Clifford for public new service. We are member listener supported.

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"colin william" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Majority leader Mitch McConnell is blocking a vote on a Bill that would protect the special counsel in the Russia investigation from the KFI newsroom. I'm Craig Martin the bipartisan Bill sponsored by Arizona, Republican Jeff flake democrat, Chris coons of Delaware would ensure that Robert Muller cannot be fired without good cause from anyone. But a Senate confirmed Justice department official on the Senate floor today flake explained that the firing of attorney general Jeff Sessions makes this Bill more important, the improper installation of an acting attorney general who has not been subject to confirmation by this body. The president now has this investigation in his sights, and we all know it flakes that he would not vote to advance or confirmed any judicial nominees until senators are able to vote on his Bill. The death toll is expected to rise in California's deadliest wildfire. The Butte county sheriff said forty eight people are confirmed dead with the discovery of six more bodies last night. More than one hundred people are still missing the campfire. Meanwhile, a third body has been recovered in the Wolsey fire in southern California officials say the victim was located in the Agora hills area, the greater Phoenix chapter of the American Red Cross has said volunteers to help people affected by the wildfires. In California spokesman, Colin Williams says eleven volunteers from the valley or already there and helping last night over nine hundred and fifty people stayed in just about twenty Red Cross shelters in California volunteers from right here in the valley are the ones that are making sure that people have a place to stay and something to eat while they get through this very challenging if you wanna do your time or money to the American Red Cross relief efforts. Just log onto redcross dot org. A Mesa man is under arrest suspected of blackmailing woman. He met online eight years ago. The woman claims thirty six year old Michael Pomeroy threatened to post video of the two of them having sex unless she agreed to pay him and have sex with him three more times. The poodle county sheriff's office says been recorded that. Conversation and that led to pummel Roy's arrest on suspicion of sexual extortion. Taking a look at your money. The Dow lost two hundred six points to close at twenty five. Oh, Eighty-one five fifty KFI news time five o'clock with a check of east.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Bob McClay. Here's our top story. We're now seeing the Goodyear police body Cam video of an arrest during a traffic stop in which woman was punched by an officer KTAR. Jim cross is live in the news center above Goodyear. Police officer made the stop telling the driver in airmen addict out of the car she was under arrest got physical before for the officer dragged her the ground all captured on bodycam video which you can see at KTAR dot com. Assist. Good here. Police Ceremeno was driving on a suspended license began to retreat when told she was under arrest or attorney says he's wedding and get the full police report before possibly taking civil action against the officer live in the news center. Jim cross. KTAR news, smelly situation has prompted a state of emergency, declaration and coaches county. Roz sewage is leaking across the border into the US from Sonora Mexico. The spill has now crept one hundred yards into Arizona and is being treated with chlorine, tablets until it can be fixed. Twenty-six Phoenix Red Cross volunteers are in North Carolina assisting those affected by hurricane Florence Colin Williams with Red Cross says they'll also be deploying, nurses and people trained in disaster mental health to help in the within the communities. These disasters can be very difficult mentally as well as physically for people to get through where we've sent volunteers that can work with people and counsel them on the best way to get through this trying trying time he says volunteers are expected to stay. Hey for another week or so with an eight percent increase in car thefts. The Arizona automobile theft authority is reviving one of its programs. It's called the watcher car program. Amanda O'Halloran with Zona automobile theft. Authorities says folks receive a decal that they can place on their windows. Police can then stop.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"As businesses nearby a mandatory evacuation was put into place. Now officials warned the bridges over the river may not be passable once it hits. It's peak on Tuesday. They want people to pick which side they wanna be on before. It's too late. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Fayetteville North Carolina. The death toll from Florence has climbed to thirty two people in three states, including twenty-five in North Carolina right now, seventy Red Cross volunteers from Arizona, New Mexico and El Paso are in North Carolina revolving process, that's why we're actually training up more volunteers right now to supplement those volunteers. That are already on the ground, Colin Williams with the Red Cross, he says, nurses, and people trained in disaster. Mental health care are also in North Carolina to help counsel them through this tough time, the confirmation hearings of supreme court nominee. Brad Kavanagh been delayed indefinitely while the woman accusing him of sexual assault. While they were in high school heads to Capitol Hill to testify is all the drama warranted. Or our political games being played KTAR. Jeremy foster joins us live with what one DC insider told us this morning. Cheers to come Christine. Critics say the fact Christine Ford is waited thirty six years to come forward with these claims combined with Democrats holding this information until right before the committee vote, even though they knew of the alleged incident back in July seems a bit fishy. Here's what ABC political analyst Alex Castanos told Arizona's morning news today doesn't pass this test. And and it does help to point out that there's no evidence of a pattern here on judge Kavanagh's part there. No other accusers. In fact, sixty five women who knew Kavanagh when he was.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"As businesses nearby a mandatory evacuation was put into place. Now officials won the bridges over the river may not be passable once it hits. It's peak on Tuesday. They want people to pick which side they wanna be on before. It's too late. Ryan burrow, ABC news, Fayetteville North Carolina. The death toll from Florence has climbed to at least thirty two people in three states, including twenty-five in North Carolina right now, seventy Red Cross volunteers from Arizona, New Mexico and El Paso are in North Carolina revolving process, that's why we're actually training up more volunteers right now to supplement those volunteers. That are already on the ground, Colin Williams of the Red Cross has nurses and people trained in disaster. Mental health care are also in North Carolina to help counsel them through this time. There's been a spike in car thefts in Arizona this year. So Amanda O'Halloran with the automobile theft authority hopes she'll join their watch your car program. You'll get a decal to put on your window car here in Phoenix can be found down in the ground day in Tucson within a matter of hours with this watcher car program officers anywhere allowed to go ahead. And stop it verified that the person has a mold in the watch your car program and get your car back to the program is free. You could get more information at the Zona automobile theft, a thirty website. Now, let's go to to KTAR. Jeremy foster is live with a story about supreme court nominee. Brett Kavanagh's accuser is going to get to tell her side of the story before there's a vote on whether to confirm him. Jeremy Jamie, fifty one year old Christine Ford will testify in an open Senate hearing next Monday, she says cavenaugh sexually assaulted or thirty six years ago at a party when the payroll in highschool Cavanaugh will also testify in continues to deny that ever happened. Here is a Senator Jeff flake sits on the Senate Judiciary committee insisted that we have an open hearing. He says he would have voted. No in this Thursday scheduled committee confirmation hearing had Ford not been given a chance serious.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"I'm Becky Lynn. And here is our top story. It was a nightmare of about four hours at sky harbor airport yesterday as an unattended vehicle caused a flurry of police activity, I activity that shutdown terminal four police Phoenix police sergeant Tommy Thompson says it was a real car found in a curb lane on the upper deck of the terminal many times we come on a package or something small when it involves something the size of a vehicle that's more complex the bomb. Squad was called out to make sure the vehicle was not a danger to the public and nothing dangerous was found the terminal reopened hours later after dozens of flights were canceled into laid now the driver of the rental car has been given a fine a fifty two dollars, plus seventy five dollar towing fee. KTAR is on immigration the Arizona border, strikeforce strikes. Again, KTAR Ali vetnar is live in the news center with the details. Three massive drug busts in just a matter of one week with just three traffic stops the. Order strikeforce sees nearly two hundred and twenty five pounds of methamphetamine and enough fat knol to kill two hundred twenty seven thousand people governor Doug Ducey in southern Arizona today alongside DPS director Colonel Frank mills stead who says his agents confiscated the drugs along the I ten near the areas of cost to grand marina in Yuma. I sit here behind the dope the drugs, and it doesn't look like much. But if you realize encapsulated in each of those plastic wrap containers are the addictions and deaths of Americans it's narcotics terrorism at its highest level live in the news center. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news as you just heard a little on ABC. Flood waters continue to rise as hurricane Florence hit the US's coast. There are twenty six volunteers from the Phoenix Red Cross out helping those affected. Red Cross spokesman Colin Williams says more than fifteen thousand people sought rescue this weekend in their shelters. Former KTAR radio host Daryl and Carlo who now lives in Wilmington, North.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Eight oh three is ninety two degrees, in the latest on last night's mass, shooting in Toronto the left to victims, data dozen others wounded ABC's with Johnson has more police, engaging the, man in a chaotic shoot-out the suspect. Kill the crime scene illuminated with flashing lights yellow tape. Wrapping around. Trees and across the sidewalk. Police now pleading for the public's help in their investigation numerous witnesses we are looking at technology so any types of cameras that are going to be available dash cams it may. Be in the neighborhood police say it's still too early to know the motive in this shooting, they can't, say if it's terrorism. Or something else Police say the. Twenty nine year old gunman used. A handgun to carry out the attack in Britain several people have. Been arrested in connection with a suspected acid attack on a three year old boy remain in their twenties have now been arrested in London along with the fourth man. In his late thirties in the northern town of Worcester where the incident took place shock and disbelief by everyone here. To this attack on a young, boy in the store. Over the weekend Mark Bayless is the local city council lead I can't imagine they they. Mind of somebody the would think that, this is something that they would go, out late today the child was treated, in the hospital for burns to his face an arm, before being, released longterm implications are uncertain Tom rivers. ABC news London talk about it's scary plane ride cell. Phone video. Captured a vintage plane crashing. In central Texas trying to take off from an airport near Austin all thirteen people on board survived the one person was seriously burned no word on why the plane never made. It off the ground do what you gotta do Stay cool this is some serious heat it's it's expected to be the hottest week of the summer Colin Williams. With the Red Cross as stay indoors as much as possible but if we have to. Be outside dress appropriately loose light, clothing anyway you can cover your head with a full brimmed hat social good idea to think about the pets and your neighbors elderly people children just check on them and parents you need to check.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"From university of Phoenix stadium. I'm Ali vetnar KTAR news saying Sally the. Director of the Arizona department of public safety is weighing in now on what's called legend slative immunity when law enforcement can issue and can't issue citations to lawmakers u._p._s. retro colonel frank mills that tells bruce st james and pamela hughes show he's asked for a review of the state statue in which law enforcement can only arrest or do something to allow maker during session a amounts to a breach of the peace if it is a felony crime or it's treason but it does literally say that are immune from civil process for for misdemeanor crimes earlier this week k._t._a._r. news obtain records that showed lake havasu city representative paul moseley had been pulled over on more than half a dozen times but only given warnings even though he was caught speeding on several occasions martha our k._t._a._r. news severe weather continues up north following days of storms that left flooding some areas already have had up to three inches of rain meteorologist megan taylor with the national weather service in flagstaff tells k._t._a._r. very heavy rainfall we've had reports of at least quarter-sized hail dime to quarter-sized hail in the eastern portions of like steph as well taylor says there's serious concern Turns. For flash flooding and as a matter of fact a Red Cross. Volunteers were already in flagstaff to help the communities, who've been affected by the. Severe rain after the recent storms Colin Williams with Red Cross his roads in neighborhoods just outside of downtown of already. Been overwhelmed, by the rainfall Shut down some of the roads are washed out right now it's. Unclear whether, or not highway eighty nine affected or not that there's a neighborhood. There out it's really been cut off the Red Cross volunteers have. Set up a shelter, at a nearby school for those who have been displaced by the storms in the flooding after surviving the Las.

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"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Traffic now Two thirty I'm Becky Lynn here's our top story President Trump signed an executive order today forming the. National council for the. American worker the council is made up of government leaders who will work with business leaders. To create new workplace development programs at the signing ceremony the president's daughter and senior adviser Ivanka Trump said she will be involved in the. Effort we're calling upon government and. The private sector to acquit our students and workers with the skills they need to thrive in the modern economy the president's daughter says, she's honored the president, has asked her to lead the White House's effort to spur job, creation Arizona's seasonably adjusted unemployment, rate state at four point. Seven percent in June the office of economic opportunity. Says the rate was unchanged, for me even though Arizona lost forty five thousand jobs in June the government sector, lost forty thousand just by. Itself Arizona Senator Jeff, flake this morning introduced a bipartisan. Resolution supporting the investigation into. Russian meddling as well as the intelligence communities assessment of Russian interference this resolution calls for the full and immediate implementation of mandatory. Sanctions passed by, a vote of ninety. Eight to two to deter and punish, election interference by the Russian government he was. Hoping for unanimous support in the Senate but didn't get it flake also said he'd like to see the notes. From the interpreter who. Was in this week's private meeting between President Trump and Russian leader Putin Red Cross volunteers. Red flag staff to help communities affected by severe rain after recent storms Colin Williams with the Red Cross says roads and neighborhoods just outside. Of downtown have been overwhelmed by. That rainfall area is shut down some of the roads are washed out right now it's unclear whether or not highway eighty nine is, affected or not but, there's a neighborhood they're out it's really been cut off the Red, Cross volunteers have set up, a shelter at a nearby. School for those displaced by the storms and flooding Let's check the traffic for you right now with Larry Lewis in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center..

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"colin william" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Breaking news center i'm rusty mellberg remove interim from the title of milwaukee county sheriff richard schmidt governor walker making the announcement wednesday share schmidt tells wtmj he's thrilled because there is going to be an election coming up primary in august and election in november and i agree with the governor what the what the people decide who they want their particular position schmidt was named acting sheriff after david clark's departure last september greenfield police are warning credit card users about skimming devices in the area police say the skimmers can be placed on devices in just seconds they advise business owners to check card readers often house speaker paul ryan making the network television rounds following his announcement wednesday hill finished his term but won't run for reelection appearing on cnn house speaker ryan adamant he won't be running for office anytime soon not while my kids are growing up obviously not in which i really don't see that i really thought when i took this job that this is probably the last elected office i would have i'm not going to run for president you know that's not my plan i'm not gonna do that i'm always going to advocate for the causes i have but right now the last thing i'm thinking about is running for something when asked what his worst moment in his career was ryan says losing the majority you know six and getting tax reform done was one of his best moments belinda babinec wtmj news ashore teen arrested last week for charges a cyber bullying and six store shen eighteen year old matthew colin williams allegedly created over sixteen fake accounts on social media platforms to harass a juvenile victim he also reportedly threatened the victim to have sex with him and published sexually explicit images of the victim without consent statewide tornado drills take center stage as part of severe weather awareness week today milwaukee county will recognize to statewide tornado drills i beginning this afternoon at one forty five and then again this evening at six forty five christopher miles is with milwaukee county's office.

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"colin william" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A watergate company investigation looking for buried treasure he had his own man he's in as the chief fbi operating director officer l patrick of controlled gray who thermal attempted resources to maneuver the and company stop that came all the the way fbi to the solvency from australia the reason were standing on top of woods probably the most robust geothermal resource in the united states geothermal energy it means using the earth's natural heat to create electricity it's renewable and degenerates clean energy around the clock unlike wind and solar the fundamental way which geothermal energy works is taking advantage of hot water where it's accessible near the earth surface colin williams is a geothermal expert for the us geological survey he says you can extract geothermal energy by taking that hot water and turning it into steam which powers a turban and produces electricity right now you can only do then reservoirs that have a lot of hot wet rock like the solvency but williams says there's a new technology and development called enhanced geothermal systems it takes dry rock and cracks it just enough for hot water to pass through that would essentially create new reservoirs enough to someday take the country's geothermal energy production from three thousand megawatts to almost five hundred thousand to put that in perspective the entire electric power generating capacity in the united states is about a million megwatts so if there's that much clean energy just waiting in the ground what's taking so long he never really hearing apologia now while they alex forgotten royal allison anderson book directs the american geoscience his institute she says technical and social challenges have made it difficult for geothermal to catch up with the likes of wind and solar energy enhance geothermal systems isn't really viable yet and even the more traditional plans take a lot of time and money to get built a water get grant factor that ran and how they are looking for the department of energy right now is spending a lot of time and energy in humbly called the forge project forge would treat a test site dedicated to making enhanced geothermal systems a reality the idea is if engineers to make this process easy geothermal energy production would skyrock live back at the salt and see.

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"colin william" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And a half hours east of los angeles lies the solvency it was created when a canal broken 1905 and the colorado river flooded the desert when the oasis became a tourist attraction for awhile but now it's drawing people in for other reasons so what you're looking at is this is the playa that we should jim turner works for a company looking for buried treasure he's the chief operating officer of controlled thermal resources the company that came all the way to the and see from australia the reason were standing on top of woods probably the most robust geothermal resources the united states geothermal energy it means using the earth's natural heat to create electricity it's renewable and degenerates clean energy around the clock unlike wind and solar the fundamental way which geothermal energy works is taking advantage of hot water where it's accessible near the earth's surface colin williams is a geothermal expert for the us geological survey he says you can extract geothermal energy by taking that hot water and turning it into steam which powers a turban and produces electricity right now you can only do that and reservoirs that have a lot of hot wet rock like the solvency but williams says there's a new technology in development called enhanced geothermal systems it takes dry rock and cracks it just enough or hot water to pass through that would essentially create new reservoirs enough to someday take the country's geothermal energy production from three thousand megawatts to almost five hundred thousand to put that in perspective the entire electric power generating capacity of the united states is a pow a million megwatts so if there's that much clean energy just waiting in the ground what's taking so long he never really hearing of how as year now while they allen forgotten royal allison anderson book directs the american geoscience his institute she says technical and social challenges had made it difficult for geothermal to catch up with the likes of wind and solar energy enhance geothermal systems isn't really viable yet and even the more traditional plans take a lot of time and money to get built there's a lot of different factors that ran out there there are looking to the department of energy right now is spending a lot of time and energy in something called the forge project forks would treat a test site dedicated to making enhanced geothermal systems a reality the idea is engineers to make this process easy geothermal energy production would skyrock look back at.

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"colin william" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Clovis carver library is closed today and will stay closed until further notice at as clothes police and other law enforcement agencies investigate monday's match shooting at the library happen around four p m with two females killed in for others to women and two men injured tour in serious condition when officers arrived on the scene the shooter didn't fired shots at them he surrendered peacefully bleachers still working determined a motive for those shootings apd's releasing more information about an officerinvolved shooting and albuquerque's west side earlier this month police spokeswoman selena espinoza says morgan franklin a twelve year veteran of the force was the officer who shot and wounded twenty one year old danielle sud low in august state police video released yesterday show said lo was suicidal and wanted to die when she pointed a gun at officers officer franklin fired striking said lo in me as bonanza says a nine millimeter taurus handgun was found at the scene the red cross in new mexico is helping with recovery efforts in texas spokesman colin william says there are six new mexicans currently deployed to the area they come from every corner of the amac sokoto and we couldn't think them enough for their dedication he says it'll be underneath it too the weeks in and replaced by other volunteers look for gasoline prices to go up in the albuquerque area and statewide rubin baako with the mexico petroleum market is association says tropical storm harvey a shutdown oil rigs and refineries in the houston area with oil refinery going down a probably about five million barrels a day eighty the goes now so it makes a big impact down and it probably will make a big impact over here but bacha says gasoline supplies won't be completely shut off into mexico he says gas stations that still able to get their product from refineries in west texas colorado you tie and other places for national forests in new mexico will get help from the federal government for restoration projects the associated press reports he sibel at carson he land lincoln forests will receive more than three million dollars for ten different projects the goal is to reduce wildfire thread and improve the health of watersheds by sitting out small trees some of the funding will also go to santa anna pueblo on wall street the dow is down twelve points nasdaq down six it's a comfortable start to the day temperatures around the state in.

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"colin william" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Station i'm ed hartley high water rescues continue across the houston area as tropical storm harvey continues to drop buckets or rain along the texas gulf coast it was another harrowing night for people trying to escape the historic flooding as people continue fleeing the floods fight air and vote shelter reaching capacity many arriving with harrowing tales of survival we felt like there is no hope and we try to evacuate on a boat that our neighbour had great the current was too strong three were house it was scary it was very ferry president trump will travel to the texas gulf coast today a cbs news find the don champion the red grass in new mexico is helping with recovery efforts in texas spokesman colin william says there are six new mexicans currently deployed to the area they come from every corner of new mexico and we couldn't think them enough for their dedication he says he'll be on duty for two weeks in and replaced by other volunteers oil rigs refineries in the houston area shut down due to tropical storm rv and that'll impact gas prices here new mexico ribbon baako within into mexico petroleum market is associated with edge shutting down a refineries a big deal once you shudder refinery down those are certain procedural protocol you you to follow get started back up and it's not like turning it off and on like a switch hit pick three or four or five days bacha says a refinery shutdowns translate into a loss of about five million barrels of oil a day he says gas prices have already got up a bit announced kirke and further increases are likely a former aps teacher accused of inappropriately touching student faces second degree a second trial rather starting at yesterday kenneth daly is charged with sexual contact of a minor child abuse and other counts early this month a jury found haley not guilty in a separate case alleging criminal sexual contact the second draws expected to last about a week while it's about to get a lot more expensive to light up in the big apple slocum if you can afford of new york city mayor bill de blasio a sign legislation raising the minimum price for a pack of cigarettes sold in the city to thirteen dollars and the number.

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"colin william" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:35 min | 4 years ago

"colin william" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"This is charles with misery university believes that an education unlocks a person's potential issue if your person has a positive impact on his or her community fusion is another thing too raduyev i'll have been you i love it oh you are we'll be this is jailed reverse news the red cross into mexico is helping would recovery efforts in texas spokesman colin williams says there are six no mexicans currently deployed to that area they come from every corner of new mexico and we couldn't think them enough for their dedication he says they'll be on duty for two weeks and then replaced by other volunteers and a northeast albuquerque park is tagged with offensive messages and images show would park was recently vandalized people who frequent the park found the evidence on sunday some one had scrawled graffiti i think from park benches to the playground set kilby tv reports that resident roger aggie louder said shell would park and others in the area are popular places for people to do drugs or four homeless to set up camps he hopes that people who use the park will keep watch and report what's happening and if the crime issue in burnley of county is to be properly adr it's going to take teamwork from all the stakeholders in the justice system that's according to burn leo county da rose taught he he tells us progress is being made on that front we've been able to develop a pretty strong working relationship both with the burly county sheriff's office and the county itself the albuquerque police department the city and others to try and identify ways where we can strengthen our level of communication of cooperation he cites a couple of programs such as alert that gives prosecutors more information on defendant so they can argue for pretrial detention and the volunteer program scan which gives police quicker access to private and public surveillance cameras now for wall street the dow closed down five points this news brought to you by buffalo thunder i might gave on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy news radio kkob water dot com he's here now broadcasting from.

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