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Umatilla tribes close casino and halt tribal events as coronavirus precautions. Years-long leadership dispute of Cayuga Nation leads to fight and arrests. Northern Arapaho Tribe declares emergency due to methamphetamine abuse.
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzalez a presumptive positive case of the corona virus has been declared on the U. Mattila reservation the Oregon Health Authority contacted the confederated tribes governing body Monday to alert health officials of an exposed employees at the tribes. Wild Horse Casino. The individual is hospitalized in Washington state for treatment. As Casey you WSB Giselle Half Moon. Reports officials took immediate action. An emergency command center being headed by Lisa Guzman. Ceo of the Tribal Health Center has been initiated with support by members of the tribal government staff. Health facility personnel had previously participated in multiple discussions with numerous agencies regarding the corona virus and as a result were able to quickly address the case development on Monday morning as a precaution tribal leadership issued immediate closures for the Community High School Head Start Daycare and senior center until all facilities have been fully sanitized. The tribal casino is also temporarily closed to conduct full cleansing operations but is expected to reopen and twenty four to forty eight hours. In addition all community events on the UMATILLA Indian reservation are cancelled for the week of March. Second through the eighth. This is just sell half moon reporting from the humid Silla Indian reservation now low nation lawmakers on Monday discussed what efforts the tribe is taking to address the corona virus. A team has been established to monitor plan. Prepare and coordinate precautionary efforts the Navajo Department of Health reports. They're currently no cases of the krona virus on the Navajo nation but the tribal health department is monitoring a case in Arizona. Meanwhile the Indian Health Service is following normal policies and procedures for respiratory illnesses. A fight over leadership of a New York tribe has led to arrests. Ws KGB's Silia. Clark has more. The causes of this conflict goes back over a decade and involves the site of several buildings. The leader of the federally recognized you. Nation Council recently ordered the late night takeover and demolition of a dozen buildings under the control of the Traditionalist Unity Council they included a schoolhouse and longhouse used for traditional ceremonies. That leader said it was done to reclaim property. Stolen from KU nation. The traditional leaders called destruction of the buildings acts of terrorism and treason against the Cuyahoga nation. New York Senator Chuck Schumer has called on the Justice and Interior Department to investigate the destruction of the buildings. I'm Celia Clark. The northern Arapaho tribe has declared a state of emergency amid a crisis of Methamphetamine Addiction Wyoming Public Radio Savannah Mar reports the northern Arapaho. Business Council has directed all tribal employees to make combating meth addiction a top priority at a dedication ceremony last week tribal leader said. This isn't a new problem on the wind. River Reservation Matthews reached a crisis level. Here years ago but business councilwoman CLORINDA calling thunder said. She believes the tribe can overcome. It can do it. Free better people. This journey has eradicated or call her. This comes about a month after the OGLALA. Sioux tribe declared a state of emergency over Matthews and its role in the high homicide rate on the Pine Ridge reservation. The northern Arapaho tribes declaration also establishes an Anti Meth Task Force and a series of community listening sessions for National Native News. I'm Savannah Mar and demand. Tony Al Gonzales.
Shaker Heights: Who killed Lisa Pruett?
"Sixteen year old Lisa Pruitt was stabbed twenty one times by an unknown assailant. September fourteenth nineteen ninety and Shaker Heights Heights. Ohio a well to do suburb on Cleveland's east side. Her body was found about one hundred feet from her boyfriend's back door where he lived with his parents and sister. This boyfriend Dan Dreifort had been released from a mental institution. Earlier that day after the murder dance friends gathered to discuss the murder in likely suspects. We'll never know exactly what was discussed at these. Private meetings of grief stricken children but we know that after those meetings dance dance friends. went to Shaker Heights. Police detectives and said they believed Kevin Young had killed Lisa Pruitt out of jealousy over her relationship unshipped with Dan. The police searched Kevin's house and found no murder weapon or bloody clothes. Nothing at all to link him to the crime scene and he had an alibi as the investigation continues an interview with eighteen year old Stanley Kramer. Dreamer implicates Dan Dry. I father and a possible conspiracy of silence by now Shaker Heights. Police Detectives have interviewed reviewed. The men and women who had the means motive and opportunity to commit the crime and they've heard from a handful of teenagers and Shaker Heights high school who regard Kevin Young with hatred and suspicion. The case takes a turn that Monday just three days after after. Lisa's murder that's when the police detectives decide it was Kevin Young who committed the crime. What follows is a statement eight mint by a lead detective in the case which explains how F. B. I.? Pro Filers helped convince them it was probably Kevin who committed. I did the crime on Monday. September Seventeenth Seventeenth nineteen ninety. I was contacted by special agent. Dick ran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Relative to the lease approved. Homicide agent ran. Advise me that he was the the case agent for the Aiming Bhave case and offered to assist us in any way he could. He further informed me that due to the circumstances surrounding the PRUITT case that he would need to inquire choir as to any similarities between the Mahalla Vic improved homicides. I invited agent Ren to come to our station in review our reports and other information that we had accrued each advised that he would visit our station at approximately one PM that afternoon. I was unable to meet with H. Wren when he arrived at the station to the fact that I was at the Cuyahoga uh-huh county prosecutor's office with detective. Sergeant Timothy read preparing a search warrant for the resident of Kenneth Texts Workman agent ran in agent. John done met with other members of the Investigative Bureau in Review reports and evidence from the Homicide upon returning from the county prosecutor's. Office Detective Sergeant Timothy Read Detective Robert Bert Shipping and detective. David executed the search warrant at Twenty six twenty six north Moreland apartment number two. The residents of Kenneth Workman see supplementary suppplementary report. By sergeant read there was nothing of evidentiary value located during the search later that afternoon while searching through several plastic trash bags that were removed the residents of Kevin Young during a search of his residence of Sunday morning. September sixteen of Nineteen Ninety investigators located several documents that contained writings and power phrases. That indicated that Kevin Young had some sort of behavioral problem. The writings referred to Kevin's disdain. For Jews Arabs and blacks you further remarked about his own problems with developing relationships with females other writings revealed as inner feelings when he observed couples male female acting out their affection for one another further further examination of the documents indicated interest in Satanism and neo. Nazism specifically skinheads. There were several documents that refer to suicide after after all the documents were examined contacted agent Ren and advised him as to what we had found. I asked him if he knew anyone. Locally who could review the writings in office in opinion on what they meant Egypt ran referred me to supervisory special agent James Right at the FBI Academy is Behavioral Science Section in Quantico. Virginia I attempted to make contact with agent right but was unable to do so due to the late hour on Wednesday September Eighteenth nineteen ninety. I made contact with ancient right. He asked me to fax him all all available documents relative to Kevin Young. You further related that he would review the documents that same evening. I gathered all the documents thirty seven pages worth and had them facts the agent right. The transmission was completed at twelve thirty four. PM on Thursday. September nineteenth nineteen ninety ten thirty A. M. Egypt right contact me by telephone and advise me that he'd reviewed the writings of Kevin Young and the details of the police report of the murder of Lisa. pruitt he stated that it was his opinion from the information that he it examined that the murder was definitely a quote neighborhood thing unquote and that the person that we were looking for new Lisa. Pruitt Egypt right then gave me a personality profile of what he learned concerning Kevin. Young he related that Kevin's personality profile. Definitely fit that of a person capable of committing the crime in question. He further remarked that we should look at other sexual assaults that have been reported in the past agent right went on to state that Kevin Young has no ego low self esteem. He probably probably realizes that people don't like him. Even offered some suggestions for any further interviews with Kevin Agent Right suggested the Kevin Young interviewed at night the later the better you described Kevin as a night person. He further suggested that the interview should take place in a non threatening environment. Not In an interrogation room. The interviewer must be able to bond with Kevin quote provide a friend unquote. The interviewer should be mature looking articulate intelligent he must not resemble Kevin's father bother or have an authoritative personality Egypt right than proffered the following interview structure. One don't start off the interview by being threatening but to create some anxiety in the subject. Show them something from the scene but it off to the side within his peripheral vision things from the scene might quote tweak him to to give the subject of face saving scenario to Kevin's good and bad quote. He lost control. He's not really responsible. In quote referred referred to his writings quote if I ever lose control of myself withdraw into an alternative world in animal instincts. Takeover this is from essay written by Kevin Young dated January Ninth Nineteen Ninety Three explained that the problem needs to be resolved for be. Be careful not to be judgmental five. Don't be confrontational and six. You can expect a lot of denial for a long long time after speaking with agent right. I advised him that I was not sure that I had an interview with expertise in dealing with the type of personality that he describes I further advised him that depending depending on laboratory results the success or failure of this investigation hinged on the interview with Kevin Young Egypt right offered to assist in any way he could other than personally conducting conducting the interview. I then asked if you would assist in preparing the interviewer. I told him that I would be willing to come to Quantico with the selected interviewer if he could make his staff available to us for whatever period of time that he thought was necessary. Egypt right reiterated that he would help in any way possible on Friday September Twenty First Nineteen Ninety at two PM Egion run agent done members of the investigative bureau chief Ogre. Nick and I met in the conference room. We decided at that meeting. The Kevin Young was our primary suspect suspect and that we should make arrangements as soon as possible to meet with agent right at Quantico agent offered US assistance and advised that he would be willing to accompany us to Quantico for the the interview preparation session after the meeting I contacted agent right in advised him of the results of our meeting. Agent stated that he would be available to meet with us on Tuesday. September twenty-fifth Nineteen Ninety at eleven. Am and that he would be at our disposal for as long as it took to structure our interview.
More and more states banning single-use plastics
"Cities and towns across the country are restricting single use plastics to cut back on waste the New Jersey state legislature is debating on a statewide ban on plastic bags as well as styrofoam food containers and plastic straws but as of new year's day at least ten pounds in one county band those plastic bags according to the website NJ dot com in Ohio Cuyahoga county home to Cleveland also saw the elimination of bags start there is well on January first although the band will be enforced until July
"cuyahoga" Discussed on WTVN
"On the November twenty twenty ballot here in Ohio is on hold for now highlands against corporate bailout spokesman Jean Pierre says misguided Ohio laws along with campaigns for house bill six clothing judgment a confusing Ohioans about the bill which would keep northern Ohio's nuclear power plants open your listeners because everybody pays utility bill everybody pays money for their electricity and businesses and residential consumers people care about the environment are all supported with this and we're hoping that we can get from them kind of Cornell WTAM knew a man who stole the ambulance more Warren County fire department and drove it to Dayton children's hospital says he did it to escape a home where he was being held captive in being tortured twenty two year old Patrick Coleman broke into the Clear Creek township fire department still the ambulance and drove to the hospital where he was treated for injuries police later arrested Christopher Edwards and charged with felonious assault and kidnapping coyote county council discussed plans for their share of a massive opioid pain killer settlement today the proposed opioid mitigation fun what final settlement money into treatment and prevention efforts funding would come from Cuyahoga county's portion of the two hundred sixty million dollars settlement reached yesterday between for drug companies in Cuyahoga and summit counties specs to be the framework of hundreds of similar lawsuits filed nationwide this is house call for help it might be nice to always have a beer on you brewed by your own body but then again maybe not doctors at Richmond university Medical Center on Staten Island New York say they had a patient with a rare condition called auto brewery syndrome the forty six year old man had been pulled over by police for D. W. why his blood alcohol level showed it had something like ten drinks but the man swore he hadn't touched a drop doctors examined the man's digestive tract and found a high concentration of brewer's yeast used in.
Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies
"Eighty four drug companies agreed Monday to a combined two hundred sixty million dollars settlement for their roles in the opioid crisis to avoid a federal trial that was supposed to start yesterday in northeast Ohio this is been in the works for days but for the defendants AmerisourceBergen McKesson cardinal health those of the drug distributors I tell a pharmaceutical that's an Israeli drug makers favorites to deal with Cuyahoga and summit counties here in Ohio to settle so that part of the trial with those defendants will not move forward but Walgreens which is the other defendant was not part of the deal so theoretically the Walgreens trial will move forward the judge said today in the courtroom that that date has yet to be set at CBS news correspondent Adriana de as lot of lawsuits have been filed by local governments over the opioid crisis that killed about four hundred thousand American since nineteen
Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies
"The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we are looking to utilize this money
Opioid settlement reached in Ohio with drug companies
"The nation's three biggest drug distributors agreed to an eleventh hour two hundred fifteen million dollars settlement over the opioid crisis into Ohio counties is correspondent Norah o'donnell last minute settlement with four major drug companies has been reached just as a landmark federal trial was about to begin in Cleveland over responsibility for the opioid epidemic the sum involved so called big three distributors Casson amor source Bergen and cardinal health paying a combined two hundred sixty million dollars to Cuyahoga and summit counties Cuyahoga county prosecutor Michael Malley we're looking to
Four major players reach settlement in Ohio opioids lawsuit
"Eight what was scheduled as the first federal trial in the opioid crisis will not happen three of the nation's largest drug distributors and a drug manufacturer agreed to a two hundred sixty million dollars settlement to avoid what was to be the first federal opioids trial I'll hold out was the pharmacy chain wall greens which could go to trial months from now if there's no settlement first the agreement resolved a case brought by Ohio's Cuyahoga and summit counties but could lay the groundwork for settlements in some twenty three hundred other opioids cases filed in federal courts nationwide that's ABC's Erica
Drug companies reach settlement, averting first federal opioid trial
"The morning there's been a major development in a case to determine who bears the responsibility for America's opioid crisis this morning for drug companies reached a tentative deal in a landmark case in Ohio where the crisis is clean thousands of lives the development came less than two hours before the trial was set to begin here the latest is north country public radio's Brian man he covers opioid litigation for NPR and he joins us on Skype from Cleveland so Brian it was just a couple hours ago you and I were talking about this case and the suit was moving forward there's gonna be trial was gonna start today now there's a tentative deal working his house yeah well first of all they were very sneaky and they did these talks through the weekend and through this morning behind closed doors so this was a surprise to everybody but yes there is a tentative deal now and it's with four companies involved three of the major drug distributors in the country including the cats and then cardinal health also the drug maker tavern and what they've agreed to do is pay out about three hundred million dollars in total that's cash but also some medical supplies that they're going to donate what's interesting here is that this only involves two Ohio counties right this is not a global national deal this is only for summit in Cuyahoga county counties and so this leaves some big questions about what this will mean for the rest of the country right so I'll ask about that minute but first if if for companies are part of the cell the settlement does that mean the remaining two are still going to trial what's gonna happen now the Walgreens and one other firm essentially Savile or severed from this deal and also suffered from this trial so this trial is not now going to go forward what will happen is that they will be bundled together with all of the thousands of other lawsuits that are still unresolved that will go forward and essentially there will still need to be some future test case to determine their liability and also with the larger liability for the entire pharmaceutical industry I mean all it's my understanding all of the companies have been pushing for some kind of settlement because presumably going to trial just makes them look worse in some way yes it is it's terrible P. R. what's come out through this litigation over the last year has been devastating for the pharmaceutical industry internal documents emails that have shown a lot of alleged wrongdoing as though that's bad the other thing that's happening here Rachel is that these companies are scrambling to find a global solution right we're talking hundreds of millions of dollars here for just two relatively small Ohio counties you multiply that by all the counties in the country it by this opioid epidemic and it's sort of death by a thousand cuts so by settling this now what these companies do is by themselves some time to go back to the bargaining table with state attorneys general and others and try to hash out something on the scale of the tobacco deal of the nineteen nineties that really puts this all behind the industry they didn't get that done here it's still just a local deal but it does by the more time to go back to the bargaining table while I'm at at this point range of any sense of where all of that money that is that's been agreed to and in the settlements where it's gonna go I mean you mentioned just these two counties yeah so someone kind of hokey counties have begun talking about how they're going to spend this money and and you know we have clinics and law enforcement in foster care programs all the different social service programs that have been hit hard by the opioid epidemic and and what's also gonna be happening now is thousands of other communities around the US are going to be sort of reading the tea leaves if these two counties were able to get this much relief by suing should we sued to should be signed on to these big consolidated federal cases that are moving forward so really in terms of the policy making how you operate at them because going to be treated this is just another sort of data point everybody now is going to be kind of
Cuyahoga and Summit counties are suing drug makers and distributors
"Trial in the opioid crisis gets under way today in Cleveland Ohio ABC's Erin to Turkey says two counties are suing drug distributors to they all deny legal wrongdoing but to Ohio counties summit in Cuyahoga say they are responsible in part at least for some of the opioid crisis this is a closely watched case with two thousand others
Simone Biles tweets 'don't talk to me' after brother's arrest in triple homicide
"The brother of a Houston Olympic gold medalist faces multiple charges in a triple murder in Ohio Simone Biles tweeting that she's eating her feelings that's after news of her brother Tevin Biles Thomas being arrested in Georgia files times facing six counts in connection to a new year's eve triple homicide Ohio accused of firing the gun shots that killed three people and hurt to others meeting the nine one one dispatch from Cuyahoga county Ohio authorities there say the incident started when uninvited guest try to get to a party and Airbnb being rented by Biles Thomas at his friends in Cleveland files Thomas will be extradited to Ohio for his arraignment on September
Simone Biles' Brother Tevin Facing Murder Charge After Shooting in Cleveland
"Brother of Olympic gold medal Simone Biles is charged with murder in Cleveland twenty four year old Tevin Biles Thomas is charged with murder voluntary manslaughter felonious assault and perjury stemming from a new year's eve party that left three dead at an air B. and B. party he was arrested in Georgia he's the only person charged in the deaths police initially said the shooting was the result of an argument Biles Thomas who was in the U. S. army went to high school in Cleveland his arraignment in Cuyahoga county will be in two
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Parklandia
"And when you get back from the trails <hes> one thing that we found was the winery. Oh oh yes. How can we forget this. <hes> this winery. This tasting room is big immune slow flake. What was the name of that winery. Sarah's vineyard sarah's vineyard which was a huge aren't so great i mean a- doubled as art gallery and there's a patio with a deck you can you see this beautiful view of the vineyard in the back i mean it's a really fun and funky lofty space and they have plenty of good food but <hes> include overwhelmingly huge portio yeah nachos i remember are louise had like a bit of a moment with those nachos i think she just one a little snack and came out in a world barrel basically and it was it who is overwhelming for sure but we're not mad sarah. Keep on doing your thing yeah we had what was that raviolettis. These are really pirogies super dumplings with homemade marinara and fillings italian sausage or spinach and mushroom yeah. I mean like that. Those things were amazing yeah. It was kinda strange because ravioli in program both pretty much the same thing anyway so i don't know at those needed to be formed into one but i'm fine with it. I mean in general of the ravi yogis the the fact that there's a winery here in the park. It's pretty pretty impressive and very unexpected. I had no idea that was there until we were in the park and just i think we went here because we wanted to cool off. It was so so humid and muggy and we're like. I can't move anymore. I need a white wine chilled white wine. Maybe maybe a ravioli creation. Maybe a rosa gratiot senior blending for absolutely yeah. I love it so i mean obviously this. This isn't napa valley or anything so they're limited to what they can grow <hes> any honestly you shouldn't come here expecting anything mind-blowing but like they did they do grow cabernet franc and nagara and doll and it was impressive in the vineyards were beautiful and really majestic looking very well manicured occurred and this is exactly the type of thing you want. When it's a scorching summer day you just want to drink a carafe of chilled niagara wine in the mornings. You know what i want. I want to visit my diners <hes> plenty of those but i have to take a moment to talk about how they're hash browns and then there's home fries k. home. Fries are not not for me. I'm a hash brown guy and what i found out is that there's like this war on hashbrowns versus home fries and about every other place we visit. It's home fries. Is there like go to or hashbrowns so appears aid all those diner's out there. I wanna see hashbrowns crispy hashbrowns in your diner well did these we went to a couple diners here. I don't remember what their hash brown rice. Attrition was like they had asked brown's both so i feel like i just i don't get heated about it. I'm passionate about its passions. Yes it is passionate about silly things yeah well. It's also good these these are like diner especially when the cash browns and chicken fried whatever and pancakes like these are really the best types of places to go in the morning before napa national park because he needed the fuel and it also kind of it feels very poetic and nice to do something so americana before you go national park which it doesn't get more americana the matt and this is the one thing about the r._v. Life versus the camping life is camping. You kind of go out to eat a lot versus r._v. Life we can actually eat a little bit healthier. I remember that night that we ordered the pizzas the campsite i went and picked him up <hes> and you know bring it back. I mean pizza is my favorite meal of choice but i just think that i'm glad that we have the r._v. Mouse we can eat a little bit healthier and less junk food because the junk food there. Let me tell you it's endless yeah it definitely is and you know when in rome and when we're hopping for murder mystery train to different print diners. That's all well and good and yeah it. Just it was fun. We are very fun time doing that bob around together. I remember like doing <hes> <hes> a long trail together as well. I think this i think this was pre vineyard. This is probably the the thing that broke us was the fact that like we win this long winding trail through the woods and it was really great as a good hike <hes> but again like just almost unbearably humid like you'd step into the sun on your dislike. I could catch on fire now. Yeah <hes> definitely got yes. It did those long run and were desperate for water <hes> or more water. I should say 'cause we were chugging it and then we just reached the point where we're trying to find the end of it or circle around or something and i remember. I kept leading us in the wrong direction so confident like yes. It's this way and then we'd go for away. I was like no it's not and three times i just assumed that formed a big loop but it was not the case. We needed to go backwards to from where became.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Parklandia
"But what about murder mysteries and wine now well then you need to hear about ohio valley national park hi i'm matt. I'm brad and this is park land show about her life on the road. Just the two of us are r._v. And our dog this episode. We're headed northeastern in ohio. It's talked about the fun food. You can find their about the comeback story at the center of despair young national park boulevard <music> so when most people think of national parks murder mystery train rides probably aren't the first things that come to mind after all so this is the national park service and not an accurate christy novel which i just found out she's cells second to the bible in books yes i i know it's it's god and agatha christie. I'm all about that life. It's one of the most exciting and unexpected charms about ohio's like kale kale hauge volga valley. It's a tricky one not out here cuyahoga valley boom. He's my <hes> grammar corrector and <hes> appreciate always happy to correct you so i really want to set the scene here. <hes> we started off on this murder mystery train ride and it's like an old timey train that dr travels directly through the park and it has like all these themed rides for me. You just heard this rolling thunder sounds of the tracks and you just sway back fourth and you're seeing the the trees and the rivers and the roads zoom by but it's just so much fun because it really set the tone for that murder mystery train ride yeah <hes> yeah it's a very old timey venage experience you feel almost like you're out in the wild west kind of chugging along through this vast like natural scenery scenery and it's. It's just so different from what we're accustomed to. We're used to like the in chicago which is nowhere near as charming doing so. This was a great little for a into one of the midwest national parks that what i love about the trainers all the different themed rides you can do like you mentioned one of which they do like polar express ride with pajamas hot cocoa and then of course the when when we did the murder mystery right they also do others which are just like wine tastings and beer craft beer on was amazing. They left the craft beer there so we were able to buy it for the murder mystery dinner. Yes reap the rewards and someone who loves murder mystery dinner parties almost as much as i love national parks <hes> the cuyahoga valley scenic road is really like like my own personal ven diagram of things that make me happy. I was on cloud nine that two of my most beloved activities are combined in one for the first time never and we we it's a great thing to do murder mysteries obviously the more the merrier so we had this little double date summer weekend with our friends from chicago lewis and andrew and drove out to to camp than ride the train explore the part together lisa's birthday and so we have campfires. I think there's like a sparkles in the air at one point yes great time and also tying it back to my obsession with murder mysteries. I personally felt like this is my redeeming opportunity because a few months prior to this. I had a very failed attempt hamdan hosting one of these at our loft in chicago. <hes> went through the great effort sending out invitations and people characters and creating a set themed menu menu. It was like italian mafia theme but turns out. It wasn't a murder mystery at all. I just neglected to read the instructions in the box before blindly stand and invitations and was actually we just mafia trivia and nobody understood it because why would we we don't read up on like nineteen twenty gangsters all the time so and this is why i they host the murder mystery dinners and you don't exactly yeah. I think it's for the best either you host them or cuyahoga. Valley hosts them. It's not for me <hes> and the other great thing about going to the national park was also gave us the opportunity to dress in theme and you better believe that we did i were <hes> avast and boots and a wide brimmed hat that was so convincingly on brand. That employs on the train thought i was a cast remember. They actually tried to confiscate the when the ride was over because they thought i was dealing a proper something it was my hat and the man as you probably would expect the whole evening was kind of a blur. A wonderful blurred different characters popping up we ate. I was really bad at this murder. Mystery ride like normally i trust tension but like it was just so much fun just with the ambiance like he didn't even have to be involved in the game to just enjoy what was going on exactly exactly and and it was just it was so beautiful yeah yeah. It was really wonderful. I was the only one from our group to randomly luck out and guess correctly eh and much to my delight. I got a special certificate with my name on it so even though i wasn't taking notes and i wasn't being the responsible participant then i emerged victorious. You might say so clearly. The trip was off to a great start. Yeah i really i think that the the train ride was just fun and it was silly. As perfect to do is like a double date or group. Absolutely there's so much more to <hes> k._o. Hauge valley than the train ride though i mean this place was just like it's fascinating with like the amount of history it has the river from the native american tribes and the flaming rivers. Yes that's right. The coca river was so polluted with oils chemicals and gases that actually caught not fire more.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Parklandia
"And when you get back from the trails <hes> one thing that we found was the winery. Oh oh yes. How can we forget this. <hes> this winery this tasting room big immune slow flake. What was the name of that winery. Sarah's vineyard sarah's vineyard which was a huge aren't so great i mean a- doubled as art gallery and there's a patio with a deck you can you see this beautiful view of the vineyard in the back i mean it's a really fun and funky lofty space and they have plenty of good food but <hes> include overwhelmingly huge portio yeah nachos i remember are louise had like a bit of a moment with those nachos i think she just wanted a little snack and came out in a world barrel basically and it was it who is overwhelming for sure but we're not mad sarah. Keep on doing your thing yeah we had what was that raviolettis. These are really pirogies super dumplings with homemade marinara and fillings italian sausage or spinach and mushroom yeah. I mean like that. Those things were amazing yeah. It was kinda strange because ravioli in pro gear both pretty much the same thing anyway so i don't know at those needed to be formed into one but i'm fine with it. I mean in general of the ravi yogis the the fact that there's a winery here in the park. It's pretty pretty impressive and very unexpected. I had no idea that was there until we were in the park and just i think we went here because we wanted to cool off. It was so so humid and muggy and we're like. I can't move anymore. I need a white wine chilled white wine. Maybe maybe a ravioli creation. Maybe a rosa gratiot senior blending for absolutely yeah. I love it so i mean obviously this. This isn't napa valley or anything so they're limited to what they can grow <hes> any honestly you shouldn't come here expecting anything mind-blowing but like they did they do grow cabernet franc and nagara and doll and it was impressive in the vineyards were beautiful and really majestic looking very well manicured occurred and this is exactly the type of thing you want. When it's a scorching summer day you just want to drink a carafe of chilled niagara wine in the mornings. You know what i want. I want to visit my diners <hes> plenty of those but i have to take a moment to talk about how they're hash browns and then there's home fries k. home. Fries are not not for me. I'm a hash brown guy and what i found out is that there's like this war on hashbrowns versus home fries and about every other place we visit. It's home fries. Is there like go to or hashbrowns so appears aid all those diner's out there. I wanna see hashbrowns crispy hashbrowns in your diner well did these we went to a couple diners here. I don't remember what their hash brown rice. Attrition was like they had asked brown's both so i feel like i just i don't get heated about it. I'm passionate about its passions. Yes it is passionate about silly things yeah well. It's also good these these are like diner especially when the cash browns and chicken fried whatever and pancakes like these are really the best types of places to go in the morning before napa national park because he needed the fuel and it also kind of it feels very poetic and nice to do something so americana before you go national park which it doesn't get more americana the matt and this is the one thing about the r._v. Life versus the camping life is camping. You kind of go out to eat a lot versus r._v. Life we can actually eat a little bit healthier. I remember that night that we ordered the pizzas the campsite i went and picked him up <hes> and you know bring it back. I mean pizza is my favorite meal of choice but i just think that i'm glad that we have the r._v. Mouse we can eat a little bit healthier and less junk food because the junk food there. Let me tell you it's endless yeah it definitely is and you know when in rome and when we're hopping for murder mystery train to different print diners. That's all well and good and yeah it. Just it was fun. We are very fun time doing that bob around together. I remember like doing <hes> <hes> a long trail together as well. I think this i think this was pre vineyard. This is probably the the thing that broke us was the fact that like we went into this long winding trail through the woods and it was really great as a good hike <hes> but again like just almost unbearably humid like you'd step into the sun on your dislike. I could catch on fire now. Yeah <hes> definitely got yes. It did those long run and were desperate for water <hes> or more water. I should say 'cause we were chugging it and then we just reached the point where we're trying to find the end of it or circle around or something and i remember. I kept leading us in the wrong direction so confident like yes. It's this way and then we'd go for away. I was like no it's not and three times i just assumed that formed a big loop but it was not the case. We needed to go backwards to from where became.
76 Billion Pills, 6 Companies And An Opioid Trial For The Ages
"Unless it settles a lawsuit pending in federal court schedule to begin trial in October with the biggest civil case in US history the subject opioids the consolidated case in Cleveland ultimately picks two thousand cities counties native American tribes and other plaintiffs against various pharmaceutical companies for their alleged role in creating the overdose and addiction crisis that has overwhelmed public resources last week it was revealed that drug companies saturated the United States with seventy six billion pain pills over seven years let me burn sting is a health and medicine reporter for The Washington Post to S. covered the case for the last three years his latest piece opioid makers say there's no proof they are responsible for the epidemics harms why Ohio why is this pending in Ohio Michael thought the case was consolidated before a federal court judge in Ohio and because there are so many plaintiffs he decided that he was going to take two counties Cuyahoga and summit and use them as test cases they're gonna go first to see how the arguments fair in court and then all sides are going to assess after that letting it seems unusual in a case where political subdivisions are the plaintiffs why is that the case because the epidemic has had an impact on them as well as the people who have been using the drugs they have had to pay for emergency care for law enforcement for courts for babies born addicted to drugs for kids that they've had to put in foster care and their argument is listen drug companies use showered the seventy six billion pills down on this country when you knew or should have known that they were being diverted to illegal use now you have to help us pay for the consequences so let's summarize then what both sides say begin with the plaintiffs what's their page what's their argument okay so their pitch is just that you you did this you call the epidemic which started twenty years ago and now has evolved to heroin and then later fennel and you caused us untold billions of dollars in costs to take care of the things I just mentioned are you also created a public nuisance in in other words you damage the health of people in our communities the way you say a up factory that was polluting the water way has damage the health of people in our communities that's kind of searching I I have to believe that part of the defense is going to have to raise causation to to say that you can't let the you know to the pharmaceutical companies will so we you can't lay all this off on us if any of it precisely the the plaintiffs up at least for now they're relying on a lot of aggregate data and the pharmaceutical companies who remember come from all different points in the supply chain there are manufacturers distributors large retail chains they're saying can you really show that our pills are the direct cause of all of these harms that you're alleging they're also making another interesting argument which is if you're saying we worked in concert to do this because the plane of Subrata sort of racketeering because as well how do you explain the fact that we are fierce competitors and that were fighting each other tooth and nail for different chairs on the market what about the role of physicians to the pharmaceutical companies point at doctors and say Hey but for them writing all the scripts we wouldn't be in this position as a country constantly constantly they've been saying that for years since the epidemic began and there certainly truth to that of one doctor who is willing to sell his prescription pad for cash and hand out drugs to anybody who wants them to users and to dealers can create an enormous amount of damage especially locally think about the way one crack house could ruin an entire neighborhood so the the pharmaceutical companies have been saying that for ever the law however makes the distributors the wholesalers the middle man responsible for bringing up for knowing what's going on with these drugs for finding suspicious orders of pharmaceuticals and reporting them to the D. A. well they're a lot of players in this dynamic between manufacture and actual use and one of them I presume are the pharmacies the how do they factor into this litigation if at all in other words is there a claim that says Hey pharmacist X. Y. Z. you should have known when you were fulfilling that prescription but it was being abused yes that's why some of the plaintiffs have sued the large retail chains your CVS is your Walgreens Walmart in fact and what they're saying is very analogous to the situation with doctors which is pharmacists had a corresponding responsibility not to give out drugs when they knew or should have new known over wrist or suspected that they were giving them to illegal users and dealers and to the extent that they didn't do that on a large scale they're culpable as well that's what the plaintiffs allege final question does it settle I think that's an open question I think our judge pollster the federal court judge is encouraging settlement has all along I think it's a question of who blinks first who feels that this file is less in their interest then settling and we may not know that until the first to test cases
Millions of Pills Flood Ohio CVS Pharmacy
"That at knuckle heads bar and grill in Parma Ohio perfect name they disclose the CVS across the street had received more pain pills over a seven year period than any other drug store in Cuyahoga county over six million pills in a seven year period so less than a hundred thousand pills now six doesn't know no nothing less than a million pills per year we put it out just slightly less that's all I don't know if that's allotted to CVS go to a CVS their business what they're off they're everywhere they're busy so there was a homeless encampment just beyond the CVS is a popular place for her when users and this one guy who got caught up in all of this is I don't blame CVS he condemned the drug companies may large profits and encourage doctors to prescribe opioids if I'm a drug company I I of course I'm going to try and sell my product there's been approved by the food drug administration of course I am that's what you do that's what they're in business to do that's why I mean I I you got to hang it on that's why the doctors make a lot of money had been given a lot of responsibility they're the ones who have to oversee this in the pharmacies have to be careful about making sure that there's no fraud involved and they do have these programs now to make sure that you're not out doctor shopping so who's to blame this trial is underway they're gonna try and sued the drug makers I I don't know it sounds like these opioids been around a long enough time to to were doctors you're the doctor the colleagues he was he was very cautious I presume most doctors are specially with something new and I'm not going to take the word of a pharmaceutical sales person I'm gonna do my research what is what do the studies say and does the FDA did the FDA say anything in their literature that were proving this but caution caution caution this has it's highly
"cuyahoga" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Today. He's with us from Cleveland. He is the special investigations chief for the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's office and a member of the Cuyahoga County Sexual Assault Kit Task Force now chief Bell just before the break as you heard Barbara was was pointing out that <hes> Cuyahoga County ramped up its efforts to deal with this problem rather quickly mm-hmm and what's your response to that in terms of <hes> not seeing that same effort or that same quick ramping up in other cities well. I guess we take a lot of pride and what we do. I'm a prosecutor. We like putting away the bad guys <hes> I have to imagine that everybody else that's in this position across the country would love to do the same thing we enter their unique position here because we have a lot of resources that have been given to us. We would not have been able to do this this without the Department of Justice or Attorney General Who's now our governor Mike Dewine and without the testing in house at the laboratory <hes> without being able to pick up the phone and say could you do a little more testing for us without our investigators as an advocate being right here co located with us and embedded with us. I'm not sure that this would have been successful but I think you have to get back in fairness <hes> to everybody to that question or that point that <hes> you in Barbara are pro made before and that's the willpower to do this. Yeah somebody has to take on the effort. Somebody has to make sure that they're investigating these cases all the way through not just a not just doing the testing and I think that we probably did have a headstart and I guess I can talk about what we've done and I can see that it's happening across the country. I'm more concerned about those cities that had happened done it inventory that haven't even started or attempted that happened <hes> the willpower to even look at it than say. Is there a culture change. We need to make something here because I think you're making a very important point in Cuyahoga County you had the combination of willpower and funds as you said <hes> Barbara in her reporting points out that there are other cities that have funds that have not or federal funds and have not come up with the same kind of results as you have love but to this point of willpower what you're saying. Is that someone in a position of influence or some ones have to care and if we're talking about a pervasive culture of not believing victims or <hes> not finding these cases worthy of of of more investigation. How do we change that? How do we get law enforcement officials prosecutors? D._A.'s governors as you're saying to care. It's you have to think about the victims that you're meeting <hes>. I'll just take it back to. I have seven sisters and three daughters that are watching over everything that I do. Do I think for a second that I would get away with a not caring for someone <hes> they would be on me and I think you have to take it down to that question. What if this were my daughter? What if this were my sister? What do I need to do to treat them fairly and righteously and to do everything in my power to do that and I think that people want what to do the right thing but so oftentimes the bureaucracies in different departments like kind of a fight against that and especially the volume the volume of cases? It's just undaunting for a detective <hes> in any department <hes> that doesn't have the resources are GonNa come back to you and just saying one more question for the chief because I absolutely here you when you say you know when you look into the eyes of victim that comes in wants to report a crime like like you might see. Your daughter someone you love but isn't a problem that according to Barbara's reporting <hes> what a lot of law enforcement officials are seeing isn't that kind of not having that that response of empathy but rather they're seeing Oh. Here's a woman who wants well was convicted of prostitution or here's a fourteen year old who might be lying or here's a woman who maybe chose of bad relationship..
"cuyahoga" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"Law enforcement and <hes> Cuyahoga but law enforcement in the you know in the area <hes> the Barbie grew up in they probably heard these rumblings of these rumors and you might have a bunch of circumstantial evidence but like you said we have two people dead so so it's not like he and start rounding them up and turn them against each other so it could be one of those situations where they've heard these rumblings. Maybe that's why they didn't seem so interested. You know may cause but it's like. I don't even know what you do as a detective. Would you do if you go. This is what I think happened but I can't prove it well but on top of that and I wanted to make sure that we came across we well. I WANNA make sure that we're clear on this right when we state that. We're saying that Gina says when when I pass this information along I didn't feel that the detective found it very interesting right now. I don't know gene. I've never spoken to GINA SO I don't I know exactly how this went down or what gave her those thoughts and feelings but a detective isn't going to jump out of his chair and go ooh. I gotta live on here. You know their city. They're going to take in the information and and take a look at it ah but there are times when they take the information and don't look at it I mean we're not going to sit here and pretend that that never happens. Yeah actually got a here really cool interview of a pretty high profile case. I can't tell you what the cases but it was <hes> people that were presenting information to law enforcement and the reason why they presented this to me was for me to hear the law enforcement's reactions agents and some of this stuff they would drop these bombshells stuff. I've never heard about these this big case and I'm going Oh my God. I can't believe what I'm hearing and the detective is stone faced. You know yeah what else she got. While throughout the interview you start realizing that big bombshell that they're dropping on him. He's already heard he had already been working on. Somebody else told him or right. They've already worked it or they know that it's a dead end right. <hes> the there was a couple other things again brain up a couple of things. I thought were bombshells didn't seem that interested the longer. They talked you start realizing he actually showed his hand on a couple of things saying you know that one thing that you brought up I never heard before that's that's pretty interesting <hes> he just didn't do it so at the time and and that could mean nothing but I think <hes> it just seems like one of the again I hate to you know <hes> keep beating this drum but it seems like there's some information that may be law enforcement can give us that would help and and and or somebody could come forward and say I saw these three guys that night or this Guy George somebody else could come forward if they told drunk. I George if they were dumb enough to go to a fourth party. If there's three individuals involved in say can you help us clean our car which seems it that seems like a that's why it sounds like a drunk bullshit story right at first when I go through that I'm like am I wanNA toss it out and say no. It doesn't seem right to me but if maybe in a panic doc they go. We have no ability to wash our clothes. You know what I mean if whatever they're trying to young and dumb enough right if whatever they're trying to achieve they have no ability at that time to do that. Ah They may have reached out to somebody that they thought wouldn't tell anybody yeah and again. This is years later so or somebody that would help them and then in trade you go l.. He can't tell anybody now he helped us right or he. He likely would less be less likely to tell some or he was on drugs or he's such drunk that I also don't want this to to deter anybody from going to police or any type of law enforcement agency NC with information. I'm a big if you see something say something and if it's even if it's something that you don't know if it has any importance to a case at all let let somebody know let the experts decide if it has any importance to the case yet us be very clear. Let's start with idea if you know something go to police right because I feel like I'm Barbara case here. That's what we're missing. There's somebody that night I have my gut tells me that this is less likely to be connected to the first two murders in the series. I feel like there's too many moving parts and pieces where she could have just went with somebody. She knew we have her family saying she would have went in a car with people. She knew she would have accepted a ride with somebody. She knew there's the bike shop. There's her other friends house. There's her boyfriend's house. Whatever type of relationship they were having and she knows all these people in in this area this area? We're talking about one mile from her home. Yeah I wish we knew who gave Jerry the alibi because if one of those individuals is somebody that is a part of one of these rumors could be the two brothers for others right than the you know and of course that makes it great alibi too because you've got to people saying well. He was actually with us right deal but <hes> by the way is with us why were killing this poor girl so but I think sometimes there were there smoke. There's fire in there seems to be some details about this. You know one some piece of of possible evidence that points to more than one person and then you have a story that's pointed to more than one person when their smoke though sometimes fire yeah I mean you just the simple fact of all right. I like a nice drunk person as much as the next guy. Let's pretend that drunk George is telling the truth will well now. We have two stories linking Barbara to Jerry. We have our friend Michelle saying not only did she tell me to drop her off in this area. She was getting dropped off in this area because she said she was going to Jerry's berries or that she was going to meet up with Jerry right then some timeframe goes by and now poof Jerry in two brothers show up talking to George and they need help getting their car cleaned up in their clothes cleaned up right which would make sense that the murder took place somewhere. Maybe even in the car or that blood happened during the transportation of of the body yeah. I'M NOT GONNA lie. I will never say one hundred percent that I trust this Georgia's story story but the interesting thing is the missing timeframe involved all seem sue ends with Jerry and then.
Cuyahoga River, Cleveland And Ohio discussed on Open Phones
"Today, marks fifty years since pollution on the cuyahoga river, caught fire in Cleveland igniting bridge, and sparking, the creation of the worldwide ecology movement to Mark the anniversary of the fire and change came with it, the northeast Ohio regional sewer district and canal partners are hosts day river celebration and towpath trail groundbreaking this
"cuyahoga" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Tanya, j powers Fox News. Oh has a much different problem. He has a home, but just isn't allowed to leave. It an eleven year old boy under house arrest accused of leading police on a high-speed chase twice in the Cleveland suburb of Brooklyn once last fall when no one was injured and again this month when police say he sped off in his mother's SUV after she took away. His video game console ultimately crashing into a parked truck and suffering minor injuries but a half hour after the chase began Cleveland dot com. Reporting the boy denied charges, including grand theft and failing to comply with a police order during an appearance in cuyahoga county juvenile court this week he's due back in court in December. Lisa Brady, Fox News on Wall Street. Stocks could plunge again at the opening bell in twenty five minutes. Dow futures down more than one hundred earlier this week the Dow dropped more than nine hundred points. Today's trading could be like though, it'll end three hours early. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. Securing america. The Pentagon and homeland security department are teaming up to defend the nation against cyber threats secretaries Jim Madison Kirsten Nielsen signed a joint memorandum laying out a framework for working with the private sector to protect critical infrastructure. This is a major step forward in fostering, closer cooperation and Marxist sea change in the level of collaboration between our departments. Kenneth rob Llano assistant Defense Secretary for homeland defense and global security through a series of Pathfinder initiatives. We are enabling private sector entities to defend their networks by sharing relevant threat information, but budget constraints are problem Ginette Manfred with the office of cybersecurity and communications as is demonstrated with the additional resources that you gave us for elections. We can do more. With more lawmakers suggested the homeland security department might need an additional billion dollars to fund the cybersecurity effort in Washington. Rachel Sutherland, Fox News. Now, more highlights or the morning ritual with Garrett Lewis on T AM, seven Tucson's. Most stimulating talk. No member of the Arizona caucus. I guess if you want. No, no, no lawmaker called you. Did they mean flake? No congressperson nothing like that. Now, the congress person who called me was congressman Steve king from Iowa. Yeah. I did have sheriffs. Paul Babbio and jar pile were right there, and and you know, giving me their condolences and and were there to support me. But nothing from McCain nothing from Jeff flake, nothing like that at all. We're speaking Marian Mendoza. She is part of the angel families right here in Washington DC on campus. AM seven ninety. I remember seeing you there was there was a big ceremony and some of the media most of the media, which is so bad. It was about two months ago. You were in Washington DC with the other angel families. Yes. And there was all this all this hubbub about parents being separated from their kids down the southern border, which has gone on for years and goes on if somebody commits a crime in Phoenix or Tucson, the adult is separated because you can't have them mocked up together. All this fake news being drum. So was it President Trump was his administration on the contacted? You guys said you have to get your word out..
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Serial
"Anymore. Couldn't make them keep their hands behind their backs. The kids can be violent. The guards are outnumbered. And you can't count on swift backup from operations. If there's a fight for riot. So yeah, the guards will sometimes provoke kids Pont them or insult them. So that the kid will respond in kind, and then the guard has an excuse to shut them in their rooms and not have to deal with them. I talked to a former social worker Casey hausky who told me she saw that kind of thing. A lot Casey worked at the cuyahoga county detention center as therapist until last summer the detention center, isn't technically OD YES. But there's a lot of cross pollination with ODI YES, especially with cuyahoga hills in terms of staff and kids in gang culture, southwards sand, and you know, the doorway their room do something or something go, you say that I do something or you know, when you come out like when they're in their transitions that are locked up in their rooms. Oh, when you come out like I wanna see you do that. You know, if another fight happens you lost down the whole unit, and then you just sit in the day area for your TV. And you would see something like that. Yeah. Case he told me a story about two kids who'd fought. And then when the loser of the fight was being a pain in this wind guards ass the guard asked the winner of the fight to go after the kid a second time he offered that use extra comments there. Eight to ten again sort of fight him again. That guy get fired no incidents like this staff orchestrating youth on youth attacks, everyone, I spoke to from ODI Wia said it's common Edward, the former cuyahoga hills guard said yeah. Gardell, former relationship with the highest ranking gang member where the strongest youth on the unit and use that kid to keep the rest of the kids in line. Did you ever experience that were a guard said to you like can you go take care of so and so or called a hit on? Just come come to fun. I. We take. Gonna your. Who is taking care of who? Take your every need when everyone who is on. If you did what? You don't be don't. And why were they wanting you to beat on a certain kid? I mean, just giving them all shifts whatever, and what would you get in return? Full contraband, whatever I wanted. Would have won the final thing I'll mention sex sexual assaults or attempted sexual assaults and also sex both Leo and Maliki said they'd had sex with multiple female guards who are in their twenties and thirties at cuyahoga hills. Before Joshua was transferred to cuyahoga hills back when he was doing okay at Indian river. He was swimming along in this corrupt water to taking advantage of it. He could get anything in there. He said porn, we'd lighters tequila. He said he never jumped anyone for money, but he did operate as a middleman guards would pay him maybe twenty dollars maybe forty to arrange hits on certain kids. Joshua said sometimes they hits were in retaliation for something. Violent youth had done to guard. Maybe the kid through pee on them or attacked a female the guards aren't supposed to strike back. So they used the kids as proxies. Hidden. They will fight. Right. They're using you guys to fight back. They like. Like. Many people I spoke to about OD YES, they'd hit an explanatory wall. Like this. They'd say, you just you have to see it you have to. I can't. Joshua's best effort. I thought was when he explained it as kind of madman's vacation. Vacation for the use. You mean or vacation for the guards? Oh. See what it is. Would there have been away for you to come in? And be like, I'm not going to touch any of this going to be totally squeaky clean. Just do my time kid and not get pulled into anything is that possible exist like that. So. So people they'd say what we? We'll definitely in another fighting. Yeah. Hardly. Youths guards social workers. They all told me for kid to quote unquote succeed at OD Waya's to get help. Stay out of trouble and get back out you need, a rare, rare confluence of luck grit influence..
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Serial
"Probably in January dot from being in. When you say hopped up like, what are you talking about what what's happening? Or around a whole. Whenever I asked Joshua what it was like to testify how he felt about cooperating with the police. His answers are rushing little mechanical as if the subject triggers tiny guillotine window in his brain to zip closed protecting the more fragile synapses from exposure what he can recount with practically digital accuracy, though, is when the trouble really really started Joshua been Indian river for about two years, and then he transferred to a minimum security juvenile prison called cuyahoga hills summer of twenty sixteen that's when the bare bones rumors about Joshua started to take on meet July, July like, oh, yeah, we know him like this. People have cell phone still falls like they did call streets street lights money from his to Sion causing this phone. It is dead three-way person. That's worth is with me. And again, this is like he did this or stuff like that. Cuyahoga hills is in a suburb, right outside Cleveland. Lots of people from his neighborhood or rival neighborhoods coming and going family members visiting calling gossiping and someone from the drive-by shooting case the Josh would help the police with not one of the defendants from that case. But the victim he'd been shot in the leg with an assault rifle that victim. He was also at cuyahoga hills. Joshua's said they'd seen each other a year earlier at the Justice center when Joshua had to testify at the trial now cuyahoga hills. That kid was telling people who Joshua was what Joshua did it was open season. All almost every day cuyahoga hills. Unlike Indian river, it's eight units with open dorms, there's one seclusion room per unit in case. But otherwise kids are mingling all the time, which if your target is tantamount to a health gape, a quick look at the OD YES rundown of incidents involving Joshua. And you see the rush. Assaults as soon as he gets to cuyahoga hills. Like a blood pressure, spike, July third,.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"About the. Cuyahoga heights forty five yard line were Jalen Bowers as well as repent ski ski brought him down. And Isaac beltway. So. We'll see what I mean. Both offenses in the second half have been have shown a lot of firepower. The last time with the was able to get cuyahoga heights staff to punt the ball. And then the doubles. Took it the length of the field. For a touchdown has Schaefer comes out in this wide open backfield is the only one in the backfield in shock. And now he's got somebody in the back of us got to try to keep it himself. He's gonna get is. He goes wide to the Whiteside and it gets maybe a two yard gain. We're number fifty six. Burn. And I came up to bring him down. It's going to be a gain of about on the play will bring second and six the ball zippy cuyahoga heights. Forty nine yard line. Just under thirty seconds to go in the third. Fielder. This might be one of those Mark were horrible has it last? Yup. Again, Schaefer, standing alone in the backfield. The doubles of not been able to get to them with any kind of pass rush. Look in the floor. He's willing to his left. You fires complete. In. There was number thirty three catching. It was. Rich Allison in the wake of territory at about the forties. Got the first down. As chase Ford camp. Brought him down and the passing game hearts has been very potent tonight. As that's going to be the end of the third quarter with your score here. Memorial field with the blue devils twenty seven. Cuyahoga heights Redskins twenty seven and we'll be back soon here on the WINZ radio..
The case of Carlton Heard
"Plus court fees, which she has to pay because she put guilty. She was convicted. If the state had dropped the charger, she'd gone to trial. In one, these fees would disappear. I showed them to Ross to ask if he could explain the itemize list, fourteen different fees, some with names that suggested deep respect for catchall accounting, reparations county operations court, special projects fund something called ad fee. Russ had no idea what the stuff was. Laughing. Oh, my that's steep is what it is. Anna, who's the court? A total of seven hundred eighty four dollars and fifty cents on top of the five hundred. She paid the bondsman rusted. There's a way he can petition the court to waive the fees Vanna campaign, but she doesn't ask them to. He doesn't offer technically is not her lawyer anymore. List of fees was surprised to Anna to have you seen this before this number? Now? Did you know about all these fees? No. No. I mean, I plan to pay it. I'm just, you know. Do you have a job? No. I just lost my job. So I don't know. Just crazy. Rianne getting hungry, Sarah. She's pregnant. She just found out. She's happy about it hoping for a girl a month later, and it was working at McDonalds, her online account with the court. Meanwhile has turned red indicating that the county clerk has handed over the Bill to the attorney general's office for collection all this for an m for disorderly. Felony. Judge I was talking to for a different story in the series told me he was thinking of giving a defendant serious time what's serious time I asked explained well to someone with common sense, even one day in jail is devastating life changing to someone who's got no common sense. Maybe they do three years. Five years means nothing go right back out, commit more crimes. I knew any men punishment is relative what it takes to teach you a lesson depends on what you're used to, but there was more disturbing implication as well when that prowls this courthouse and throughout our criminal Justice system that we are not like them. The ones we arrest and punish the ones with the stink. They're slightly different species with senses, dulled and toughened. They don't feel pain or sorrow, or joy, or freedom or the loss of freedom. The same way you are. I would this little case for the state of Ohio wasn't little for Anna. In our interview, she couldn't bring herself to watch the bar surveillance video of that night. It was too upsetting. She teared up a couple of times thinking about what a horrible year at had been, and she blamed herself. She'd been stupid to go to a bar like that. She said the people she didn't trust. Anna doesn't have money. She doesn't have a stable job. She's really young, just twenty one. And I didn't feel the stress and outrage and shame of this case less than I would have. I think she felt it more. Before Annas final day in court, when she ended up taking the plea russet had only one interaction with the judge. Regarding Anna's case, he was summoned to her chambers Bakar bailiff who told us that judge Clancy had a question for him. Ross waited around for twenty minutes. Finally, the bail of came out and just related the question out of curiosity, the judge would like to know was the defendant in this case related to a county judge had recently retired. Same last name. Rest whole debate live now no relation. Russell me this almost a year after it happened. What if the answer had been? Yes. And it was related to the retired judge. Oh, said Russ, it would have been dismissed if they've found out she was a judge's knees or related in some way. I don't think she would have been charged. That how it works in Cleveland next time on Syria. Serials produced by Julie Snyder Emmanuel, Joe cheap, Ben Calhoun, and me with additional reporting by easiest goski editing on this episode from IRA glass, Brian Reid, Khanna Joffe walled, Nancy, Updike. Whitney Dangerfield is our digital editor research. In fact, checking by Ben falen sound design and mixed by stone Alson music clearance by Anthony. Roman Seth land is our director of operations. ZipRecruiter ads voiced by Stephanie food. Ciro staff includes Emily Khandan, Julie Whitaker, Cassie, Halley, and Francis Swanson. Our music is by Adam Dorn and how Wilner with additional music from Matt McGinley. Our theme song is by Nick Thorburn and remixed by Adam Dorn special. Thanks to Dana Chavis, rich Auras, Amy Callaghan, Lisa Knoller Bennett. Epstein, Alex Kotla, wits, and Steve bogere who spent a year in the Cook County courthouse in Chicago. He wrote a great book about it called courtroom. Throw to that book is the inspiration for the season. We also wanna thank the judges in staff at the cuyahoga county court of Common Pleas. Also everyone. Over at the county prosecutor's office and at the cuyahoga county public defender's office. Finally, the art on our website was made by melody nukem. She created the mural for this episode and by moth studio, who do the animation, please check it out on our website, serial podcast dot org. That serial podcast dot org were also, of course on Facebook and Twitter support for serial comes from ZipRecruiter. Unlike many job sites, ZipRecruiter doesn't wait for candidates to find you. ZipRecruiter finds them for you, so you get qualified candidates fast, try it free at ZipRecruiter, dot com. Slash cereal. That's ZipRecruiter, dot com. Slash cereal, cereal production of this American life and WBZ Chicago.
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"President of life issues institute a teacher Roberts middle school in cuyahoga falls, Ohio got into trouble. He gave the children and assignment titled whom to leave behind it made them choose eight people from the list of twelve who'd be able to flee in a spaceship
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Scholars Strategy Network's No Jargon
"Criminal activity nuisance ordinances have been put in place in order to deal with that issue, and they're done largely as a response to communities who are concerned about an increase in rental units. We have seen some evidence that communities that pass these nuisance ordinances or experiencing an increase in their African American population and other non white households, an increase in their rental population. A lot of this happened post for closure crisis. And so what you saw was a lot of foreclosed homes that were being converted from owner to rental it a lot of ways. And so people concerned about this. Well, we haven't seen is that they are response to any kind of. Uptick in criminal activity. So a lot of these are looked at as trying to preempt potential criminal activity that makes it may occur to make sure that if it does occur, it's dressed promptly and that the people who are causing the issues are not welcome in that community. The problem is that an implementation, they're not targeting necessarily the perpetrators of crime, but the victims and this disproportionately affect section eight voucher holders, do we know that through research? Yes, it does. We looked at a bunch of nuisance defections in cuyahoga county Ohio, which is where we live, and we found that disproportionately the people who are getting the notifications had vouchers were African American were women and had children and low income. Does it mean that victims of domestic abuse for one example, do you think that makes them less likely to call the police if they're aware of sort of the effects of the. Implementation of criminal activity? Nuisance ordinance. Absolutely. I think that's a valid concern. I don't think we have any specific numbers to say, you know, x percent of people don't call for help because of this. When we talk to legislators, one of the things that they say when they're thinking about putting domestic violence and the list of nuisance ODA fixations is that if they put this in place, the survivors of violence or the potential victims know that something could happen that there's consequences. And so they will put an end to the violence and they will do something to stop that from happening. But in fact, we find that that's likely not the case that other research into survivors of domestic violence. If they feel they're not being taken seriously or not responded to, they're just not going to call services. So while the rhetoric around these. Laws, including domestic violence in a nuisance notification is that maybe it'll help the problem. We're finding what it's doing is preventing reporting of the problem. And did you encounter any examples of people sort of running up against the problems with this type of policy in your research? We found a number of instances of nuisance ordinance of nuisance complaints being sent to victims of domestic violence because of the of the data we have. We can't necessarily follow up with those people because of confidentiality, confidentiality issues. We don't. We don't see names necessarily in police reports, but we do see is that victims of domestic violence are targeted with these nuisance ordinances. And what we do also know is that these nuisance ordinances can vary often lead to a vixen. And if you are a low income parent who suffering from domestic violence, urine extremely vulnerable situation, and those people do not want to be faced with vision because what we. No. Is that once you have an addiction on your record is extremely difficult for you to find housing again, and a lot of people who suffer from visions will eventually be end up homeless, and if you're a parent and that is what may happen if you call the police because you're being beaten, you probably won't do that. That is too big of a risk for you to take. You know you, you both are really experts in this area, and now we've come to the time to ask what's the answer to these problems that you've outlined? What should policymakers who are trying to keep their communities safe and affordable?.
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"Camden police officers were ambushed as they sat at a. Red light officials say that. The detectives were in plain clothes they say that they were targeted ironically on national night out which is a night aimed at improving relations between police and their communities but tensions of course are at an all time high shootings targeting officers. Are on a four year rise ABC's Linsey Davis the. Officers have non-life-threatening injuries there's a. Surge of overdose debt overdose deaths in northeastern Ohio of the fourteen people who died in cuyahoga county from
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Brains On!
"K. what is your guests. I would say pelicans in oil water who very good guess we'll have the answer in a bit, but I, I'm still dying to know the fate of the cuyahoga river. When we last left the cuyahoga, it had been betrayed by the very humans who claim to love it. This once pristine river was full of trash oil sadness. Soon, the trash and oil caught fire and the sadness burn, too, but in a different way, like emotionally, you know what I mean? This happened many times until finally, people realize the air of their ways, but could they ever fix this mess they made and more importantly, could the river have fix, it's broken heart. We'll find out on as the riff lows. Thanks. TV recap voice. No problem Catania late. Okay. With all that in mind, let's have reporter antibac- stir pick up the tail from here, Anne. So even before that last notorious fire on the cuyahoga in nineteen sixty nine people in Cleveland were trying to figure out how to address water pollution after all people didn't really want to ruin the river. It's just that many of them believe the old saying the solution to pollution is dilution. They thought all the toxic stuff. They were dumping into the water, just delude spread out so much in the water that it would no longer be a problem that's only chew up to a point in rivers, like the cuyahoga with a low flow basically can't rinse all that bad stuff through them very easily. So when it came time to clean it, there was a lot to do and Frank, Sam Samsul the clevelander we met earlier played a key role in the early efforts. He drove me to a big abandoned looking parking lot in Cleveland, and they're a boat called the puts Frau. It's a German word and the push fro was a cleaning lady. So we call the tro SAM's Lynn is crews would take the puts out on the river collecting debris and vacuuming up oil off the water after a spill. So we could do a fifteen thousand gallon spill in one day with debris, and we were busy with the sport on this river several days a week up and down the lake, one hundred miles either way in what Frank Samsa did helped the river started shaping up to be clear, Frank got paid to do the work. It was a business opportunity, but it also meant something to him personally to clean up the river where he lived. We're doing something to look like as well. You know it was constructive, but all of this was just the start. Remember it wasn't just the cuyahoga that was catching fire. Big changes started happening all over the country..
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"So this is what this is the argument for regulated capitalism but when the government itself goes insane then the ability to regulate capitalists and the capitalist system the ability to regulate capitalism collapses and has the ability to regulate capitalism collapses capitalism's excesses are used then the psychopathic government it becomes an evil spiral right ideally you have a virtuous cycle where you know as as as capital is growing regulation is growing and they grow together so that you have a strong and healthy economy but it is balanced by strong and healthy laws that keep companies from you know catching the the lake erie on fire or the cuyahoga river on fire in order to make more profit because pollution is always cheaper than clinton than remediation and then you have the pa coming along coming into existence in the nineteen seventy saying no you can't do that anymore you can still make a profit selling those chemicals but you can't make that much of a profit that here pouring them into the into the lake erie or the cuyahoga river which ends up in lake area which killed lake erie and caught the river on fire can't do that anymore that's a virtuous cycle of regulation capitalism the destructive one the evil one is when government starts aggressively deregulating companies as happened the first consequential pieces of legislation donald trump signed as president was to allow coal companies to dump their waste material into rivers it was against the law it poisons people downstream rivers are a source of water you know to two hundred probably over a hundred million people in united states and it used to be illegal too poor to poor coal waste into rivers it contains cyanide all kinds of things so in this evil cycle what you see is companies collaborating with with basically evil regimes kodak ran to concentration camps dirt didn't run them but they use slave labourers from to concentration camps during world war two in germany nazism began wilhelm clever kepler on a hitler's top economic advisers advised kodak in several a us companies they'd all benefit by firing all their jewish employees in the us hugo boss in the nineteen thirties hugo boss made nazi uniforms hugo.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Sent out requests for information we're finalizing the process of doing that and meeting and conferring with the defendants and so it's really a very preliminary stage at this point and the judge just as you know in having come in to report the status and see if there are any disputes that exists that he might be able to clear up for us but so it's really early the only thing i will tell you as a case has been set for trial in march of two thousand nineteen regarding cleveland the city and cuyahoga county the county in which the cleveland sits and also summit county which is where akron is in those cases are set for trial in twenty nineteen so we are moving quickly and then and working hard but it's a very early part of the stage of discovery and nothing of of really note will happen tomorrow the hearing and and so in what tell us how this this works e you take a one case to trial and it's about cuyahoga county let's say and the e the the ultimate the court finds in favor of the plaintiff there is a an algorithm that it's structured there were this many pills that ended up in this county there were this many addicts we're going to anticipate these type of cost based upon this matrix of a potential societal ills that will come from it is that basically the way it's designed exactly and then what you have what you have in retrospect if you have the law enforcement expenses you have a first responder expenses you have expenses for foster care juvenile courts all related to drug addiction and the problems associated with that and so then you then you also extrapolate into the future with you you said it right there are certain it's it's a matrix with certain metrics for example how many people live here what percentages addicted what is what are the levels of addiction what is the medically assisted treatment for life of the people that are addicted what will be the future cost of law enforcement and first responders and coroners and drug courts and in foster care and you you what we do is we go out.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats
"Let me list the things that were stolen from his car and you tell me if this guy's got an inordinate amount of shit in his cover a grown man a grown man who was a millionaire and not living in his car jerseys from last season's national to rose bowl smith two thousand seventeen regular season helmet and jersey which he looking to move these versity of georgia athlete of the year trophy what is he moving i'm serious moving how about a michael kors in cuyahoga watch costas sunglasses fun watch out nike shoes sometimes pick up you got to pick up game four pairs of bose headphones it's three to many less three for that that many a bose bluetooth speaker data understand if you're going out you're going to the park or say frisbee let's seem on were they all in one box like he's over to put that in the car i don't forget it in the morning and eleven thirty in the morning smith discovered the ads for missing from his car the police reports say the atoms are great sense if they were that sentimental value of your house and locked you are a lack down defender you can't lock up your own shit do you think maybe some scam as being played here do you think maybe this guy he's china insurance system and get the navy if if he thought forward enough to get the insurance i know by the way there's a radio guy in chicago with the name roe conn his name is roe first name lessening conroe rokon so this guy joining this team is going to confuse that city beyond belief kwan dog nation my nephew this is a tweet from the dog nation by nephew roquan smith has worked by the way i feel bad that this guy got this stuff stolen that's it's not his fault that he.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"We're in effect at least from suicide which is really tantalizing of course selfishly speaking alzheimer's on both sides of my family some of interest in that but if we zoom out from the these individuals studies have you thought about how these drugs the these these classes might intersect with broader societal opportunities or threats at all not pie in the skype or anything like that to avoid that you know i mean we have pathologies at the individual level and we have pathologies at the at the civilizational level or the national level and what's striking to me is that the two biggest i think the two biggest challenges we face as a as a culture are the environmental crisis and tribalism there other words you can put on that but let's use drbble both of which are functions of ego consciousness in that what we do to nature has a lot to do with the fact that we objectify nature and that we think of ourselves as the only subject in everything else is object therefore for our use same with tribalism that too is the sense of a you know an ego patrolling border and that everything on this side is us and we will protect it and everything on that side we're in zero sum contest with so these drugs you know offer in antidote to both those ways of thinking and it is no accident i'm sure that the the fact that the sixties you know represented the birth of environmentalism yes there was you know rachel carson in the cuyahoga river on fire and all the other things that were happening men but second consciousness also may have contributed to environmental consciousness because one of the things that happens is that the world becomes animate in a way it wasn't before and that the plants in the animals in the fungi all have their points of view to and you feel very connected in a way that makes it hard.
"cuyahoga" Discussed on Here & Now
"Transportation project as idea streams nick custodial reports hyperloop is up against a long history of transit dreams that never came true in the early nineteen fifties cleveland was at the height of its population with nearly a million residents and the city was starting to change cleveland state university professor mark sow there says cars were making inroads into mass transit made up of buses trains trolleys and a few remaining streetcars but there was a concern that you needed to serve the whole city and you needed to keep downtown strong l let people access more easily and not just have everyone coming down coming down into the city in their cars and clogging the roads in nineteen fiftythree cuyahoga county voters broke two to one in favor of building a downtown subway county engineer albert as porter resisted the campaign he advocated for freeways not trains to relieve cleveland's congestion he believed the downtown on was inevitable inevitably going to lose out to the suburbs on and that you really shouldn't try to stop that the natural progression of cities was to decentralize county commissioners rejected the subway twice in nineteen fifty seven and nineteen fifty nine around a decade later a very different downtown project captivated cleveland's leaders a new airport built on the waters of lake erie lake your international jet port project holds the promise of cleveland northeastern ohio region and the state of ohio once again becoming a thriving center of transportation in december nineteen seventyone the head of may company francis a koi joined elected officials and other businessmen to pitch the idea the project provides a basis for a totally plan transportation system around which a city and an entire region can be rebuilt a lot of places which scrambling kind of come up with plans that would allow them to expand their.