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Bloomberg Radio New York
"coller" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"For Lisa Marie Presley on Sunday morning, Presley will be buried at the site's meditation garden near Elvis, her son, an Elvis parents, and that's the latest I'm Jim Forbes. Multiple Colorado police officers and paramedics are pleading not guilty in the killing of Elijah McLean. McLean, a black man, died in police custody in 2019 after he was put in a choke hold and given ketamine while handcuffed. On Friday, 5 officials all claimed to have no role in his death, and they'll be tried in three separate trials later this year. Police officer Randy redeemer and former officer Jason rosenblatt will be tried separately for their role in restraining McLean, while paramedics Jeremy Cooper and Peter chikuni act will also face a separate trial for injecting McLean with ketamine. Meanwhile, officer Nathaniel woodard, who placed McLean in a controlled chokehold, will be tried alone. Medical experts have said the ketamine injection led to McLean's death, the 5 man faced multiple charges, including manslaughter, and criminally negligent homicide. The annual point in time count in San Diego is Thursday morning, and the number of people living on the streets continues to go up. Jack cronin has more. After a 10% increase coming out of the pandemic last year, Tamara coller, the CEO of the regional task force on the homeless, so there are now 13 people becoming homeless in San Diego for every ten people that are housed. In the last couple of months, we've seen the numbers of experiencing homelessness for the first time decreased slightly, which is what we want to see, we do know from the data that for every ten week house, 13 more experiencing homelessness. And so we really want to work on people retaining their housing, reaching out to the supports that are there in the community. What group the county is making progress of helping is homeless veterans or federal housing vouchers in the VA are available for landlords in San Diego. I'm Jack cronin. An officials are looking into if contributions to failed New Mexico Republican political candidate Solomon Pena's campaign were funneled by drug trafficking, Pena is accused of conspiring with and paying four men to take part in shootings at four Albuquerque area homes. I'm Jim Forbes. You wanted to see me? Yes, please. Have a seat. So here's the thing. When this company brought you on, we took a chance on you. You didn't have that four year college degree. We typically look for. Right. But we gave you a shot anyway. And since then, you've worked incredibly hard and given it your all. Thanks. You've been an important asset to the team, but I don't think you can be an intern here anymore
WNYC 93.9 FM
"coller" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"From the United Nations assesses the economic damage done to Afghanistan since the Taliban took over. It's actually higher than made productivity at the same level of education. So losing women out of the workforce is an incredible shock to the economy. And we hear about the discovery of a flightless forerunner to the pterodactyl, all of that coming up after the latest news. BBC News, with su Montgomery. Police and northern Thailand say at least 35 people, most of them young children have been killed in a shooting incident in a nursery school. The gunman then fled the scene in the town of Utah one, hitting several people with his vehicle before killing himself, his wife and son, the assailant was a former police officer who was dismissed from his job last year because of drug abuse, our Asia Pacific regional editor, Syria hunting, is following the story. What we do know is around lunchtime, he arrived at a child care facility where his own son normally attends. He was carrying two guns and a knife. When he got into the facility, he killed 5 adults on the spot, including one of the teachers who was 8 months pregnant. He then forced his way into a locked room where many of the children were asleep, and then he's thought to have killed more than 20 children on the spot. He then fled the scene in a vehicle, hitting many people on the street at that time. So some of the people killed were actually killed after he left the child care facility. Rescue workers in the Ukrainian city of zapor Asia are searching for people buried in the rubble after Russian missiles hit residential buildings and infrastructure, local officials said 7 missiles arrived before dawn, with a further three striking the city mid morning. The emergency services said that so far they had retrieved three dead bodies and their work was continuing. Paul Adams is in Sapporo. An hour and a half before dawn, a series of loud explosions shook the center of zapor Asia, emergency services raced to deal with several direct hits on residential buildings. These were not military targets. On a broad avenue in the middle of the city, we found a gaping hole in an elegant 5 story apartment building, rescue workers were picking their way through a pile of smoldering debris. These attacks come at a time when the Ukrainian army has made dramatic progress on two fronts in the east and the south, but scenes like this in zapor Asia serve as another stark reminder of Russia's ability to hit back. 80 migrants from the Middle East and Afghanistan have been saved in a dramatic nighttime rescue operation on the Greek island of kithara after this sailing boat sunk and was smashed to pieces in high winds, video footage showed survivors clinging to rocks and each other at the foot of a cliff, struggling not to be swiped away by large waves. There were winched up some 20 meters some by crane. In a separate incident, at least 16 women and a boy died when their dinghy sank off the island of lesbos. The French foreign ministry has described two French teachers held in Iran a state hostages. Iran has accused Cecile coller and Jacques Paris of fermenting unrest during strikes by Iranian teachers earlier this year. They've been detained since May. BBC News. On WNYC in New York, city elected officials say they're still searching for answers after mayor Eric Adams abruptly shifted plans to temporarily house asylum seekers in a ten complex on Randall's island. Double NYC's aria sunderam has the story. One elected official after another has lined up to complain they were blindsided when atoms announced Monday he was changing gears. The first tensity or temporary housing will open at Randall's island rather than in a parking lot at Orchard beach in The Bronx. The relocated tents will accommodate up to 500 people for expected stays of up to four days, city council members and elected officials say Adams hasn't included them in planning or shared other details. They're helping to get more answers Thursday in a meeting with the mayor's office and other city officials. In other news, this morning a plan to transform the area around Hoboken's historic rail terminal is moving forward after a 17 year pause. The hobo can connect project includes office in retail space, apartments, and upgrades to buy and pedestrian infrastructure. There will also be a new bus terminal on Hudson place and upgrades to the ferry terminal for a commercial and exhibition space. Raj mccurdy represents Hoboken and the New Jersey state assembly. This exactly the type of transit oriented mixed use development that we need to meet both the climate change and the housing affordability challenges and crises New Jersey will invest a $176 million in the project officials say the project will support more than 15,000 permanent jobs. Our
"coller" Discussed on WTOP
"Com. The DMV download podcast is a more complete look at the news stories impacting our region. From January's I 95 traffic crisis, it's not like you could just walk off the roadway. Can't just snap your fingers and close I 95 to D.C. water security. D.C. has about 24 to 36 hours of drinking water in reserve. That's it. There was no backup water supply. Meghan cloherty and Luke Garrett dig deeper every weekday. Listen wherever you get your podcasts. Presented by steam fitters local 6 O two. It's 7 28. Back to the traffic center in Jack Taylor. Still our bellway delay Maryland, topside outer loop. You're on a break from 95 over to Georgia avenue. Looking pretty decent the rest of the trip into Bethesda, we were a little heavy leaving the southbound spur headed toward the Bradley boulevard overpass, but nothing reported in your way. Super slow traffic. Germantown south on two 70 riding toward the emergency work that is around that sinkhole that opened up a couple of weeks ago before three 70. Near the bunny branch road overpass, three lanes to the left will get you by. We're pretty quiet between the beltways on 95, but the Baltimore Washington Parkway, heavy leaving the beltway north through Greenville toward one 97, southbound some slowing at one 75, 50 looks good between the bay bridge and the beltway, but heavier westbound inside the beltway moving in to Chevrolet. Line up south of town begins at saint Barnabas road on the inner loop, headed down toward the Woodrow Wilson bridge into Virginia. We'd had some slowing on 95 northbound, leaving falmouth headed up toward centerport Parkway, slow traffic Dale City into woodbridge, then again moving through lorton. Three 95, we've got a delay leaving the bellway toward duke and king, then we're very slow up near The Pentagon to and across the inbound 14th, but coller said good news that wreck that was off the 14th before the case bridge. Now cleared, completely, but the delays remain hopefully that leaves back some. We've gotten a little rubbernecking off the 11th ride and west on the freeway toward that inbound crash at the case. You'll find M street closed in southwest between first street and south capitol street that was due to our police activity. All right, you'll find otherwise in Virginia. We've got delays on 66 east manassas, headed into centerville, 29 north near west street and falls church. That was a reported crash. Also the wrecking Dale City off many Vail road, northbound up near Darby Dale avenue. We'd had that reported wreck. Had a love it's Phil Berlin turnpike up in your router for road. You'd been under police direction, the crash occurred northbound. Been a while since you've taken the bus or train, hop on board and see how nova's public transportation providers can safely get you to your destination. Rediscover your ride at nova rides, dot org. Jack Taylor WTO P traffic. And the forecast now with meteorologist Mike Steiner. Partly the most sunny skies today will be warmer, slight chance of a late day shower, thunderstorm, click for a high in the mid to upper 80s, sunny and warm on Thursday highs
"coller" Discussed on WTOP
"It's 8 18. Macy tuna for only $69. Michael and son. Back to Jack Taylor in the traffic center. How am I word if you're trying to move in Virginia at a Springfield you got three things ahead of you as you will leave the Springfield interchange onto the inner loop before Braddock road, north of the Robinson terminal, crash clean up in the far right lane. Then after Braddock wrote, we've got broken down vehicle Virginia state police behind it in the left center lane, just beyond that. Listeners said by about a hundred yards, there's another pickup in the left center lane also broken down. 66 had been slow manassas east into centerville, passing the fairfax county Parkway then just beyond 50, 95 still jams up in Dale City, heading toward woodbridge, got a little bit more volume moving through lorton toward newington, but should find your lanes open. Three 95 reportedly now nothing in your way, but nonetheless, heavy and slow out of Springfield north, headed to kings street, then to cross the 14th street bridge. Still that slowing, unclear what we've got there south, GW Parkway slows at one 23, headed down toward the overlooks, northbound had been slowly in the 14th back toward Columbia island. Protests continue in the district northbound north capital street near pea street. He'd been under police direction at one point, coller said you could not go beyond M street. Maybe a motorcycle crash in northeast bending road near 18th street, inbound New York avenue in your bladensburg road. We earlier had reports of Iraq. D.C. two 95 almost solid, slowing from eastern avenue toward the inbound 11th street bridge. Maryland expect delays topside out of loop 95 to Georgia avenue, then into and through the big curve, trouble south on two 70 is the emergency work at a Gaithersburg, you're gonna find before three 70, two right lanes are blocked, three to the left will get by. It is the cleanup of that sinkhole that southbound two 70 spur after democracy boulevard, you're gonna find before that merge point from democracy, police activity kind of crowds that far right lane. Can't tell the lineage southbound on Georgia avenue as you approach the beltway. That is word of a new crash. BW Parkway south remains slow, headed down to a crash in your powder mill that's been moved over onto both shoulders. Jack Taylor, WTO P traffic. All right, Mike Jennifer, we have a pretty morning happening here what's going on in our forecast. It looks like dice weather for a couple of days. This is a nice break from the heat and humidity. Good deal sunshine
"coller" Discussed on WTOP
"O 8 AC tuna for only $49 Traffic and weather on the 8s and Jack Taylor in the traffic center Well the good news in Montgomery county was in the local lanes two 70 south at falls the earlier debris removed from the roadway but coller said wait I'm in the backup back up here after 28 and we've got only the right shoulder getting by a crash in those same local lanes So late slowdown still around shady grove wrote Two O two southbound down your Kilmer street You've got a right lane blocked with a broken down vehicle Flashing traffic signals have been affecting east west highway at 16th street Better news out of saint Mary's county three notch road reopened down at hermanville road There was an earlier wreck and investigation that has now cleared You'll find the bell waste till a bit slow 95 over toward George avenue 95 south slows approaching the bellway to get on to the outer loop We've cleared out on the end of the joint base Andrews headed all the way down toward the Wilson bridge We are slow in Maryland but headed into the district off the BW Parkway going southbound near two O two onto D.C. two 95 some sort of activities caused a delay most of the morning after east capital street They had earlier delays going in bed on the key bridge out near the white horse freeway the crash cleared but the delay wow still with us south on the GW Parkway coming in from one 23 all the way down to the inbound key Inbound chain bridge about mid span there was a wreck in the middle of the roadway Wood and a box or two in the roadway southbound rock creek Parkway after peace treaty in northwest it had been along the right side of the roadway Now you'll find in Virginia without any kind of fanfare 66 east before business two 34 sudley road we'd had a crash in the left HOV lane can't find in the camera hopefully it's gone heavy beyond that riding into Centreville there had been a wreck also between nutley and the beltway had been in the right lane Lane is now open in Hamilton 7 eastbound after Berlin pike but you've got the delays remaining Hopefully those of these out There's also work north on the GW Parkway headed up towards spout run just a single lane There's getting by Jiffy lube service centers keep you moving From oil changes and tire rotations to filters and wipers to a full range of services visit jiffy lube D.C. dot com for a location near you Jack Taylor TOP traffic Chuck bell has the forecast The last of the raindrops in the snowflakes as quickly moving out of the area and we're actually going to start to get breaks of sunshine around here before too much longer That and.
Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"coller" Discussed on Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik
"Welcome the quick brain bite size brain hacks for busy people who want to learn faster and achieve more. I'm your coach, Jim quick. Free your mind. Let's imagine if we could access 100% of our brain's capacity. I wasn't high wasn't wired. Just clear. I knew what I needed to do and how to do it. I know I'm Kung fu. Show me. Welcome back quick brain. Your question for today is how do you induce a flow state? We're talking about flow states, many of you have listened to our conversation with Stephen coller, the state of being where you are feeling your best and performing at your best and who doesn't want that, whether it's accelerated learning or just getting through your emails throughout that day. And we're shooting this as kind of a part two. If you haven't listened to the previous episode, make sure you do so. But I'm back here with my friend Scott Donnell and he is the founder of happy, which we talked about in a previous episode on sleep, where you could actually choose the way you feel. An amazing new pandemic technology. I think you have like 40 patents or something like that. You have an army of scientists and PhDs working on this amazing way to be able to get this magnetic imprint of molecules, anything from caffeine to melatonin. And so you can actually choose the way you feel. Choose to be calm, choose to fall asleep faster and deeper. Choose to be alert. Yeah. And you know, I want to talk to you about a little about flow. Because it seems like this is really in your Wheelhouse because I don't know I think a lot of people and we didn't mention this. But you also founded a leadership organization with 3 million plus members. You've headed companies like this at like 80 different products. That doesn't come always from just working hard. There's a method behind what looks like magic. So I wanted to pick your brain. We happen to be at both speaking at the bio lacking conference. So we kind of set this up as impromptu. But thanks for doing this. Yeah, thanks for coming to my suite at the top of this Hyatt regency..
"coller" Discussed on Weather Geeks
"Boldly go where no one has been on before. Hasn't great ring to it. And it started many star trek episode in movie ago breaking glass ceiling boldly go where no woman has gone before can describe our guest today. Who was the first woman to walk in space. She was also the first one to go to the the deepest point in space and the first woman to dive. Wait a minute. I want to make sure because this is from producer that accurate kathy yet no first american woman to walk in space overall. Yeah that's what. I thought i wanna make sure first woman challenger deep is correct and i would love it if you would add in there that that actually makes me. According to guinness world records the most vertical person in the world. No let's let you say that on the podcast. Okay because i liked what you i want. I'm gonna start that over. I could make sure. I american woman. Because i yeah. I have production that the weather channel provides for me. Sometimes they're lost like. I'm glad i caught that all right three to one to boldly go where no man has gone before heavy. Great ring to it and it started many a star trek episode in movie ago but breaking the glass ceiling to boldly go where no woman has gone to. Four can describe our guest today. Who was the first american woman to walk in space and the first woman did go to the deepest point in the ocean challenger deep in the mariana trench. These are just a few of the accomplishments of my guest today today. We'll talk about breaking barriers. And the amazing career of dr catherine sullivan. I know her as kathy doctor. Sullivan whatever we call each other. I've known her for some great colleague and friend. Thank you for joining us on the weather. Spot guest vote for kathy and marshall. Okay let's do accept the votes so thank you so much for joining us. This is this is really a who for us to get you on the podcast. Because you know. I'm so excited to introduce you to rest of the world. Many people already. Certainly no. you are with the weather geeks listeners. Who don't you're in for treat today. And i want what a start with something you said. You are in the guinness book of world records. I understand tell us what. I actually have three guinness world records as it turns out and i i got the well. One event on june seventeenth of last year was the capstone to all three of them as it turns out so i am As guinness recognizes the first woman to reach divas point in the world ocean like you said the challenge deep. I'm also the first person to both orbit the planet and reach steepest point. And i'm also the way i phrased there phrasings a little bit clumsier but guinness world records has acknowledged me as the most vertical person in the world from the deepest point in the world's oceans to the altitude of this space shuttle mission on which we delivered the hubble space telescope to orbit. Now there's a minor caveat that they added most vertical person or person to travel the greatest vertical extent in earth's exo spear. Because obviously if you count the guys that went the moon. That's a whole lot further away from earth. But but i argue. That's kind of cheating. Because that's not around her. He went somewhere else right so you can certainly see now while we all this episode going to extremes before we really dig into some of those extremes. Let me give you a little bit of Dr sell right. It's just. I do know kathy coller capital but it's still just i respect her. So much. the colleen s still default to call your doctor sold at times. She has a bachelor science degree. Inner scientists and university of california santa cruz in a phd in geology. For boy i may not get this name of the university of dallas. How you pronounce that now. Dow lousy dalhousie university nineteen seventy eight. She joined nathen nineteen seventy. It was a part of the first astronaut. Bruce to include women and she performed the first extra vehicular activity eva by an american woman during the space shuttle challenger mission s s forty on g on october eleventh nineteen eighty-four and she served on the crew. Thirty one which launched and kennedy space center on nineteen ninety during that mission. The discovery deployed the hubble space telescope. She left nathan nineteen ninety-three after flying several other space shuttle missions logging five hundred thirty two hours in space. There are many other things that i'm gonna share. She was the former head of the national oceanic and atmospheric administration know whether geeks certainly know it because apparently the national weather service. So gosh where to start. I mean i usually asked whether yes how became weather geeks or interested in weather. How did you become a science. Did you really get into science. It is it a kid story or an experience it as a kid story. It's it's like a second grade story within one massive detour that led to a massive reversal. Many years later so In second grade we had a moment where we were each allowed to go to the library and pick any book. We wanted to pick remember why i picked the one i did but i do remember. It was about rocketry so in second grade this would be one thousand nine hundred fifty six or seven. Maybe maybe split has happened. My father was an aerospace engineer. So that may have been where the whole you know that. Daddy's interested in things so little girls are interested in those things to some degree. But i remember that book distinctly because it was in that book. I learned that there is such thing as escape velocity the speed you have to reach in order to break free of earth's gravity and go somewhere else like the moon or mars and just the whole notion the there is such a thing and that and that it is known like how do people. How does that happen that you know that thing like that thing exists in. You know what it is. That sort of dazzled me but by about fifth grade i had recognized if flair for foreign languages would seem to better fit for my true desire which which was to find a way that somebody bought me airplane ticket so i could travel to and live in work in and really come to no other countries and other cultures on the planet so fifth grade to frankly starting college. That was the game plan. I was working on an in college. When i was forced to take several natural science courses One was a marine biology courses. One a general oceanography course. Physics chemistry biology and geology. And i saw in front of me and these two young professors the kind of adventurous inquisitive. Life i had seen in astronauts and you read about an archaeologist and people like that but you know what did i know for how many kinds of jobs there are in the world but that are intrinsically adventurous and inquisitive. I didn't know that any of that. Really until i watched. Astronauts on television read about aquanautic magazines and then bingo saw these two basically oceanographers standing in front of me telling their tales about you exploring the ocean and traveling to exotic places to join ship to go figure out how something else work. And i right away said man forget the language pathway. I'm going with them. Wow the again. that's you know it's always interesting to hear. That started because the stories are so interesting. And i know that we have some younger people that listen to the spied gas. We're talking with dr catherine sullivan. I mentioned much of her nasa career. She left nasa in nineteen ninety three..
Wendell's World & Sports
"coller" Discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"Well no school you jerry jones. No screw you robert kraft. Don't screw you. jim mercy note. Screw you there. You're going to be hiring a black head coach. No questions and by eight o'clock tomorrow coller capital is gonna be on. One of your rosters has spoken. Get your old jerry's geriatric alabama fucking face. Roger goodell do that unless he wants to lose forty four million dollar a year gig and let me tell you if i'm making forty four million dollars a year multiple years. You're damn right. I'm gonna be sitting there going. Yes all right you know why stuff shipley telling catholic done the league this the other. I'm making for these guys to pay me. Forty four million dollars to make sure colin cabinet style. The league gives you ain't going to be in the league. Colin kaepernick if i'm being paid forty four million dollars a year for multiple multiple years in the nfl owners. My bosses want want me to keep the head. Coaching carousel lily. White will get who gets what the carousels would be. Lily white when it comes to hiring coaches at long as the forty four million dollar paycheck. I get doesn't bounce me but Yes but getting back to the nba on that point. You think adam silver just like the dell is trying to do something in terms of improvement in the hiring practices of these black head coaches and is the punching. The gut is a kick in the groin as a slap in the face to the league to silver into a lot of respected black head coaches who should be giving opportunity to when something like this happens because normally when a couch gets fired midway through the season or during the season the assistant coach becomes the the head coach. He might be the interim coach. But that's what happens very rarely. Do you see a team. Fired their coach in midseason and then go pluck another coach off another teams Staff so it's like damn and you've got david the pool. He's highly respected. He's done great work now being the defensive coordinator for minnesota. I don't know about that. But when you have guide the ngelo russell in karl anthony towns and anthony edwards new have that lack of experience talent worth work with will that you're not going to be turning in two thousand. They boston celtics on defense. But normally it's you go ahead you promote the assistant coach to interim head coach and you give him a season to see what happens and if you like them if you don't like them then you didn't you move on from there the fact that exactly how this down in minnesota now they're saying that yeah you know we wanted to We we interviewed chris. Pendulum ouagadougou but because of other circumstances we went ahead and hired ryan solid..
San Francisco Chronicle Business & Technology News - Spoken Edition
Marriott hotel temp says she was fired after speaking to The Chronicle
"You're listening to the spoken edition of the San Francisco Chronicle. Mary hotel. Temp says she was fired after speaking to the chronicle by Rowland Lee from business. A temporary hotel worker at San Francisco's Mariot marquee said she was fired after speaking to the chronicle about her claim of unpaid wages, Maria Coller, say Salinas resident said she was fired Thursday by Marriott contractor environmental service partners which hired temporary cleaners to replace striking hotel workers. The Mariot strike has spread to eight US cities and is in its fifth week in San Francisco with workers demanding higher pay and safer working conditions. The conical reported on Thursday that Kelly said she not been paid for three days of work, California law prohibits employers from firing or retaliating against an employee after he or she made a written or oral complaint that he or she is open on paid wages. Callous is the second Marriott marquee worker. This week to say, they were fired by environmental service partners. A Hayward firm another worker who gave his name as Carmelo has filed a federal charge alleging. That he was fired on Tuesday. After speaking to a union organizer before his shift, Carmelo and callous have both alleged unpaid wages Kelly said she lined up at two AM in Salinas on Thursday to board a bus that transports workers to the Marriott marquee in San Francisco. A supervisor named Veronica told her she could no longer work at the Marriott marquee. Callous said. Kelly spoke to the chronicle on Tuesday during a lunch break outside the Mariot marquee. Carmelo said callous was one of more than a dozen workers who haven't been paid on time when Francke came to the line and took my name. She told me that I couldn't work anymore. I asked why. And she said because I took my lunch break to speak with reporters. Kelly said in Spanish, I told her how is this possible? This is unjust. I was speaking with my friend Carmelo in. If I knew that I couldn't go out during my lunch break, I wouldn't have. She said Veronica told me, she didn't know those were her orders. They fired me unjustly, and I have the right to speak. She. Said they're trying to intimidate me. Environmental service partners has not responded to the chronicles inquiries about alleged labor violations since Wednesday on Friday woman who answered the company's phone said, she wasn't authorized to speak and said, the company would respond later, we suggest you contact ESP with any concerns about their pay or employment practices. Marriott said separately on Friday. San Francisco's board of supervisors held a public hearing on the strike around one thousand hotel workers who are members of the unite here. Local to attended the meeting Marriott. Ceo Arne Sorenson declined an invitation to speak at the hearing said supervisor Hillary Ronen who said she was insulted by the Marriott officials decision not to show up while Mr. Sorensen was unable to attend. He did send a thorough response to supervisor Ronin on the current negotiations in San Francisco, we do not negotiate in the press and therefore will not be commenting on these specifics. The. Company said.