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DNR tells staff to wear masks for Zoom calls,
"Department of Natural Resource is Watered employees to wear face coverings during virtual meetings, even if they're home alone.
Minnesota's highest court rules state has authority to change name of Lake Calhoun back to its Dakota name
"A divided Minnesota Supreme Court ruled today the DNR does have the authority to change the name of a popular lake back to its original Dakota name the state court of appeals ruled in April that the agency overstepped its authority in January twenty eight eighteen when they change the name of lake Calhoun today McCosker Hennepin county asked the DNR for the change because lake Calhoun was named for pro slavery former vice president John Calhoun but some nearby property owners
"dnr" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is press to run but it's Turkey season I'm sorry it is free to go out and get one wax all he's come to my neighborhood and just start going to town because they're everywhere what happened while you're young second time you see what is going on what what I need to come over there my god I have to run down my driveway and scare them off because it has my dog's crazy Ricky wants to go in and attack it who knows what can happen because their fears and in our end there they are like shoe for **** right now it's spring break for these things there's liquor it up and drunken hormones and yeah yeah religious Stratton yeah their lives yeah they are and I write with less traffic now they're just the animal really impact the earth they are yeah there the meeting calls are very loud and they're doing it from a distance I'm like what is that I thought on how was making those noises coming yeah well come over you can bow and arrow you if you can vote we have figure out when the time period is one to yeah there's a reserve kind of you know close to my house is taking my dogs on a walk and there was a guy dressed up in camo and told me to get out you go get it while you call it but with the that so far because I always it's you know the proper terms archery but I always rains guises robin hoods yeah my own people they don't like that either where's your green tights there Robin Hood if it doesn't sit well with with people when I start my can of real bad to see two or is that okay with it's funny keep please I'm begging you okay no problem but yeah they're out and I'm just like you can as many at a time I was like I yeah I'll leave you get as many as you can okay you're only allowed one black one the DNR or elections is not is a modem poaching DNR does I was like you need to take you're only allowed to take the toms the mails yeah all right yeah if you're a little weird skin fleshy thing hanging from his neck waddle that's a little of the little circle in there or is it just a this number is just like happy Lappi right it is it's like a much as I would like to continue this roller hello I feel like I'm going through lexis mine Kabul is bone in that part needs is yes no it's flaccid Turkey which it looks like I don't know legally when they make it out to me after the meeting today hoping Mr flap that opens up a door okay verse.
Hospitals reconsider universal Do Not Resuscitate orders
"I'm Anthony Davis hospitals on the front line of the pandemic are engaged in heated private debate over a calculation few have encountered in their lifetimes how to weigh the save at all costs approach to resuscitating a dying patient against the real danger of exposing doctors and nurses to the corona viruses contagion the conversations a driven by the realization that the risk to starve amid dwindling stores of protective equipment. Such as mosques gowns and gloves may be too great to justify the conventional response when a patient codes and their heart or breathing storms northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago has been discussing. A universal. Do not resuscitate policy for infected patients regardless of the wishes of the patient or their family members a wrenching decision to prioritize the lives of the many over the one the concerns are not just about healthcare workers getting sick but also about them potentially carrying the virus to other patients in the hospital healthcare providers bound by oath and in some states by law to do everything they can within the bounds of modern technology to save a patient's life absent an order such as DNA to do otherwise but as cases mount amid a national shortage of personal protective equipment or P. P. Hospitals are beginning to implement emergency measures that will either minimize modify or completely stop the use of certain procedures on patients with Cova Nineteen. Changing or eliminating. Those protocols is likely to decrease some patients chances of survival
"dnr" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Yeah yeah that started with safari club and and huh case lived out there in Hagerstown safari club and DNR and I can't remember who else got together and put together a a measuring thing for a couple years an event and then that kind of transition into what was called the Maryland trophy deer contest and the results of those measurements kept that were being sent to D. N. R. starting in about nineteen eighty nine Booker and that ended in twenty in the twenty seventeen eighteen annual deer report yeah that was that was really neat last night we had a man come in and said I'll I have my dear Richard years ago you know and I'm I'm I'm still in the record book or not and all this stuff because we grandfathered all those in and put him in the book and I could go on the yeah on our database database thank you sorry and look him up and there it was yeah he what he just walked into the show I had no idea about it he was he was really cool yeah balance the safari club system is a little bit different scoring system well there's there's for a club there's Buckmaster says their own scoring system you know Jackie bushman's group and also you know there's a lot a lot of different ways to do that yeah you know we have to I think I think Boone and Crockett and pope and young are are viable rocket pope and young are the bottles that's career actually snapped up the flow right hi robin I feel hang in there okay one day at a time there you go there you go right well I guess we'll warm up soon enough we'll we'll Castleisland too hopefully I'm ready have you have you swing by Hillsborough anywheres there's been a little bit activity I do know they've been catching a few fish around right but I don't think if I set the world far yet but you would there should be time yeah and I see some fishermen down you know if he comes back later miles there's people fishing down got it third they're around they'll be they'll be coming soon no question I'm sure the Fisher confused too because we never really got a freeze on the water this year never got it all I did hear that the guys that are that oyster and are catching crabs her son is it let's hope we don't get a freeze that's what they act that Riyadh I think we might not be surprised we do even if we got a snow which I'm still hoping for it wouldn't it wouldn't freeze to death we're too far into this all right disappointing winter this area let's try and get a Cup of coffee next week but yeah I'll give you shout sounds good take it easy Gail idea hi bye bye our own daughter and grandson of listening hi James I just try to find some cartoons to send you and him and I have really too many pictures.
Don't go fishing with this website to get a Georgia DNR license
"Scam if you're looking to get a hunting or fishing license do not give any information to the site Georgia fishing license dot online it is a fake website that indicates that you can buy a fishing license there but you can and Ozzy in ours mark McKinnon says go outdoors Georgia dot com is the only official site to get a license they're looking to shut down the
Minnesota DNR halts deer movement between farms
"Minnesota department of natural resources is temporarily banned the movement of all farmed white tailed deer within the state to try to limit the spread of a fatal brain disease the DNR issuing the order in response to the recent discovery of chronic wasting disease in a captive dear at a hobby farm in Douglas county in west central
Joseph Maguire, Acting DNI, Faced Congress after whistleblower report
"Yuvan of it to Benjamin Sunland if you the people who become household names of the impeachment drama has played out with the house vote now behind us we wanted to catch up with another central character from the very beginning a man who occupies at least for the moment one of the most critical perches in the US government our story begins late on Friday the thirteenth of September which is when Adam Schiff chairman of the house intelligence committee released a cryptic letter we're gonna let our co host Mary Louise Kelley pick it up from here the letter runs four pages on official stationery the big CEO of the intelligence committee on top it is signed sincerely Adam B. Schiff it is addressed to this guy now here I am sitting before you as the acting director of national intelligence Joseph Maguire that's him testifying before Congress end of September he had received chefs letter which contained very few details but which marked the first public mention of the whistle blower complaint the letter accused McGuire of improperly withholding that complaint from Congress and subpoenaed him to testify now we heard McGuire say there he's the acting director of national intelligence and talk about timing threat to acquire what was your first day on the job my first day on the job was Friday the sixteenth of August and I think I set a new record in the administration for the anticipated before yeah yeah yeah that you had a heck of a first week didn't have much going for the Sir the questions there from New York Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney driving home the point that McGwire took over the job of running U. S. intelligence just four days after the whistle blower a US intelligence official filed the complaint McGuire suggested this was not the way he did version the job going either way Sir if I may my life would have been a heck of a lot simpler without becoming the most famous man in the United don't have settled debatable whether Joseph acquire was then or now the most famous man in the United States but if it felt that way it speaks to the extraordinarily awkward position the acting di and I found himself in caught between a White House looking for loyalty and lawmakers looking for answers since his appearance before the house intelligence committee McGuire has kept an exceedingly low profile no interviews we asked for one we're gonna spend these next minutes looking closely at the DNR job whether it matters that we are now past four months and counting with an acting director at the home the longest period without a Senate confirmed permanent leader of US intelligence since the job was created fifteen years ago today I'm asking Congress to create the position of the national intelligence director George W. bush in the White House rose garden two thousand four over in Congress they were listening we were breaking for the August recess and not I decided to call our committee back into session and we began the hearings Republicans Susan Collins of Maine she chaired the Senate governmental affairs committee I felt a sense of urgency because this was already two thousand for the terrorists attacks had happened on nine eleven two thousand one and the nine eleven commission had just released its final report it zoomed in on a failure to connect the dots that the CIA the FBI and others weren't sharing what they knew the report had ideas for how to prevent anything like nine eleven from ever happening again the central crowning recommendation a new position someone who could force intelligence agencies to talk to each other so Collins and Joe Lieberman then the committee's top Democrat got to work I remember you couldn't figure out what you were going to call this position to start with it was the need for a little while I was going to say and for awhile it was the Ned and I remember Joe Lieberman saying we can't call it the no that sounds too much like the net yeah it has to be the D. N. I. doesn't sound in power exactly what to call it was the least of their problems senator Collins told me the turf battles were in once it was vehemently opposed by not only the CIA but particularly the secretary of defense Donald Rumsfeld because his department was going to lose considerable power over the intelligence community's budget which was funneled through the department of defense but as you heard his boss President Bush was on board and in December two thousand four Congress passed the most sweeping intelligence overhaul in nearly sixty years by the following February bush was announcing his pick for the nation's first director of national intelligence vesting these are stories in a single official who reports directly to me will make our intelligence efforts better coordinated more efficient and more effective the director of the CIA will report to John John was John Negroponte at the time he was US ambassador to Iraq I tracked him down here in Washington this week and asked about that last bit of the president's remarks that the head of the CIA would report to him that's correct there were gathering no it did but you know it it it took some socializing and some explain simply socialite water like a devoted some water had to go under the bridge in the fifteen years that that water's been flowing under the bridge the office of the D. N. I. has expanded to a staff of thousands the exact numbers classified as we can quarters building is gone up in northern Virginia so has all this worked has having India nine made us safer again the sponsor of the original legislation senator Collins I do believe that it has been successful but it's not perfect I I do hear a criticism bet they demand nice office has grown too big too bureaucratic so I'm not saying that we got it perfect leave right but compared to where we were we have come and the norm this way I heard a similar view from Mike moral who was among those who required some socializing two years Negroponte's word moral serve more than thirty years at the CIA he was president bush's briefer on nine eleven and ended up the agency's deputy director moral opposed creating video and I thought the more obvious solution was to bulk up the authorities of the head of the CIA botch I evolved over time significantly so by the time I left government in two thousand thirteen the last week that I was deputy director I actually got in my car and drove to Capitol Hill and met with senator Collins and senator Lieberman it actually thank them so I was I started out in one place and I ended up in a completely different place pressed as to why morale who now hosts the intelligence matters podcast pointed to his former gang delivering the president's daily brief in the old days he says it was pretty much only CIA material that made the cut whereas now with a D. and I overseeing everything the president's likely to hear from shore the CIA but also the state department's intelligence branch or the Pentagon's defense intelligence agency the deer so when CIA wrote a piece say on a China issue and de I a had a different view it would actually say at the bottom of the page de I a has a different view here it is here's why they have a different view and here Mister president is why this matters to you this difference matters to you so and and I think that makes for better intelligence support for the president John Negroponte the original GNI has mixed feelings about the job he once held here we are fifteen years later mmhm as an experiment has it worked I would say it hasn't failed I'm not sure it's worked fully I think it's still a work in progress on the positive side ambassador Negroponte points to changes he helped put in motion such as integrating the F. B. I. more closely into the broader intelligence community then he pauses and adds mistakes still get made obviously we see that from the inspector general's report just now with respect Carter page and all that I was an egregious seems to have been an egregious mistake of some kind which shows that those problems of coordination don't just go away because you say they should the reference there to the DOJ inspector general who just last week delivered a report documenting all kinds of errors in the F. B. I.'s application to surveil one time trump campaign aide Carter page now can we draw a direct line between the D. and I roll and the F. B. I. **** ups know what is fact is last week so president trump tweeting the FBI is quote badly broken which brings us back up to this moment the president attacking what he has come to call the deep state the house voting to impeach the president following an inquiry originally put in motion by a US intelligence community whistle blower the usual array of national security threats on the radar from Iran to China to North Korea and no sign of a nomination for the top job in US intelligence it is definitely a problem that I had the president has not nominated a permanent Senate confirmed Deanna Republican senator Susan Collins if the people in the intelligence community do not know whether the acting D. N. night is going to be there next week they are going to be less responsive to his concerns to his directives and bad is a problem so I would urge the president to make a choice my put her argument to someone with firsthand experience Michael moral can I was acting director of CIA twice so I know what I'm talking about here you don't feel as empowered as you would if you are Senate confirmed because you know you're not gonna be there that long just how awkward position then does Joseph McGuire find himself in four months and four days after being named acting director of national intelligence world points out that requires a navy Vice Admiral thirty six years in uniform this is a guy has actually been shot at right in combat this is a guy who's who's injured a lot but I think what he's learning is that the political fire is often more challenging than actual weapons fire navigating impeachment era Donald Trump dominated Washington in other words it's a different game morale as I hope he's learning
Donald Trump denies whistleblower complaint about improper promise to foreign leader
"Trump allegedly had had a call with a foreign leader and made a troubling promise according to a whistleblower who filed a full formal report about office incident now. This story has led to of course fierce disagreement between the left and the right but we don't know what the nature of the call is. We don't know who the foreign leader is. What we do know is that this whistle blower who was part of the intelligence community found it troubling enough to report it and then the director Sir of National Intelligence didn't do his job by letting congressional lawmakers know about it so they can launch an investigation now trump's interaction with the foreign leader included needed a promise that was regarded as so troubling that prompted an official in the US intelligence community to file a formal whistleblower complaint with with the Inspector General for the intelligence community now at that point the inspector general is supposed to report it to the Director of National Intelligence. So Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson determined that the complaint was credible and troubling enough to be considered a matter of urgent concern a legal threshold the requires notification of Congressional Oversight Committees. Now at that point Joseph Maguire's told about this issue and he's the director of National Intelligence but he did not report this to congressional lawmakers after fielding the complete on August twelfth afternoon submitted it to acting national acting the director of National Intelligence Joseph acquire two weeks later by Law Maguire's required to transmit such complaints to Congress within seven days but in this case he refrained from doing so after turning for legal guidance to officials at the Justice Department Inspector General Atkinson told the House and Senate intelligence committees of the existence of the whistleblower complaint without revealing its substance in early September so that led to some drama among among congressional Democrats especially Adam Schiff who is the chair of the House Intelligence Committee and so there was a little hint hint that something was awry over the weekend when you had an interview with face the nation curious talking about this situation just this past weekend you issued a subpoena on on Friday for the acting director of intelligence alleging. He's withholding a whistle blower disclosure possibly to protect president trump. That's a pretty significant the allegation here. We're putting up a quote on the screen from you. Have you gotten a response to this letter. We've gotten a response and the director has said essentially that he is answering to a higher authority and refusing to turn over the whistleblower complaint this is deeply troubling no director well at this point. Yes yes ignoring the subpoena ignoring our request no deny no director of national diligence has ever refused a turnover whistleblower complaint and and here Margaret the significance is the inspector general found this complaint to be urgent found it to be credible that is they did some preliminary investigation found the whistle blower to be credible that suggests corroboration and that involved serious or flagrant wrongdoing and according to the director of national television is the reason he's not acting to provide it even though the statute mandates that he do so is because he is being instructed not to that this involved a high rethorics someone above the DNR all right so we're going to get into the legal ramifications of this etc but breaking right now just in as we're doing the show live CNN has a report that the president did this on multiple occasions so let me give you the quote for Maharaja who's reporting for C. A and we're told by multiple sources familiar with the matter the inspector general told the House Intelligence Committee today that the complaint dealt within part multiple instances involving involving the president. We've known so far. There was at least one incident that caused alarm for this whistle blower a phone call a conversation with a foreign leader and that's what we're talking about here earlier and was a promise given to a foreign leader trump has made excuses like one. I can do whatever I want. That's it's of course not true. Overall in this case he can declassify information as the president but whether it's wise to is a different matter and whether other violates other laws is a different matter so for example if he's on the phone with a foreign leader and he says oh by the way our American spy is sitting right next so you it's your make up a title your deputy foreign minister that might violate other laws because that guy is going to get executed right so so we don't know what promise trump made or what intelligence he gave to a leader and by the way there are five possible leaders and he talked to it within this timeframe that that's being discussed. Prime Minister Netherlands not as likely prime minister of Pakistan the Emir of Qatar Kim Jong Hoon on and of course a lot of Putin so which of those leaders who gave a promise to we don't know what did he promise. We don't know how many different times he did things that were of urgent concern to national security. We don't yet know but apparently it's multiple instances. We find out today so very I'm very curious what he promised who he promised to it.
How Accurate Are Those Winter Forecasts?
"Good are those winter forecasts. I'm NPR chief meteorologist. Just Paul Hutton here. This is climate cast one thing we know for sure in Minnesota. Winter is coming so how much and long-range climate forecasters really tell us about this upcoming winter. Let's ask Pete Boulay from the Minnesota. DNR climate working group Hi Pete Great to talk with you again. Ed Great to be Your Ball. We know the first of Minnesota's two seasons road construction is winding down right so that must mean winter is coming. I checked with no other climate prediction center and they don't suggest any trends for a warmer or colder winter right absolutely the there's not much direction this year for temperature sure at all so they went with the three sided coin equal chances above normal or below temperatures and so that's how they break down these forecasts tell us a little a little bit about that whether waited for one direction or the other so there could be a little bit of a tilt for above normal or below normal and then their confidence level increases from there air every ten percent so rarely. DC A real extreme on either case for Minnesota least let's talk about what some call the Blob that unusually warm bubble of water in the eastern Pacific off the west coast is back it happened in twenty fourteen and my sense of it atmospherically as it supports warm weather in California that puts us downstream often the northwest flow potentially could mean plenty of cold outbreaks sure and that's the real key. There's a big difference where that gentle setup so to the north and east of that jet will be cold south and west of the jet will be warm and you know one thing to look for to that's happening. This fall is warm water temperatures all around Alaska Aska Alaska's got a very good chance of having a very warm fall so the longer that persist the less chance will have forgetting some real extreme cold air because of cold air has gotta gotta come from somewhere and it felt in the Arctic in Alaska stays warm. Our Pool of cold air will be somewhat limited as you look at the atmospheric factors this winter. What indicators do you see. That might give us a clue about how this winter could unwind. One factor is you know overall trends have been for increased precipitation in the winter in general so last last nine out of ten winters have had above normal precipitation. That's meteorological winner December through February. I call the almanacs the worst of the weather they're terrorists because they always seem to predict the worst winter ever every year and I see their long-term. Accuracy is about fifty fifty at best. What about the no outlooks outlooks. What's the state of the Science of seasonal climate prediction. The farmer's ALMANAC have my mom and her friends terrorize just petrified with fear with this winter the thing it's going to be the worst ever and it really doesn't look like it will be I look back in the last couple of years from the climate prediction center's. I'll look for the winter see how well they did. Last last winter they were banking on a war were the normal and a dry winter and it turned out to be normal to cool very wet so they didn't do so good for eighteen thousand nine the year before that they said cool and wet and it turned out to be normal in cool and normal the wet so I'll give him a pass and that when they did okay so sometimes I do pretty good and sometimes they you might as well go with just the opposite so anything could happen and it is a very difficult process isn't it. I mean the Tele connections that we talk about out in the atmosphere. How warm water in the Pacific or jetstream patterns will affect winter or a season is pretty hard to pin down. An atmosphere is very fickle fickle. Where were those storm set up. You can build on a winter by getting a early snow. Cover a long duration snow cover and that adds to the coolness It's it's like a puzzle with some of the pieces missing seems like climatologist people lay with the Minnesota. DNR climate working group. Thanks for your perspective on climate cast today
3 Things To Know Around Detroit
"The city of Detroit is one of ten American cities to join a new. National program meant to figure out how to help residents make more money and improve their economic status. The initiative is funded by the Bloomberg philanthropies the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the bomber group, which is led by former Microsoft CEO and Detroit area. Native Steve bomber the program goes for eighteen months. The plan is to test ideas, that connect low income residents and affordable housing to opportunities for more income and provide services that help them become more financially stable, the goal is to make affordable housing throughout the city and access point to city services. This is a big deal across the United States as the likelihood that the current generation, earns more than their parents is declining, especially among the middle class and poor. The program came out of a recent survey of American mayors, who said economic issues are their biggest local challenge the results of the twelve million dollar program will then be shared across the country. Other cities in the program include Lansing, right here in Michigan. New. Orleans, Louisiana Newark, New Jersey and others separately. The bomber group last fall issued sixteen million dollars in grants to eighteen Detroit area. Nonprofits to help children and families in poverty. You've heard of hell Michigan, right? It's an unincorporated town near paint ni in Livingston county. It's famous for its road signs a tavern and stores selling, souvenirs branded with the community's name now a California youtuber has purchased the whole five acre commercial property, and officially renamed it gay hill in protest of the Trump administration. Elijah Daniel says the move is in protest of the Trump administration's decision to not allow US embassies to fly the gay pride rainbow flag during June for pride month. He also says the only flags it will be allowed to be flown. Our pride flags, though. That's apparently just joke. And no ban is actually in place on other flags. Daniel is a comedian and musician, who has around five hundred and eighty thousand subscribers on YouTube. He's also the owner of an LGBTQ cannabis business in Los Angeles in two thousand seventeen he participated in hell's program to become mayor for a day, but was promptly. Impeached. He has a video, documenting the experience, titled I became mayor and banned street people from my town, all in lower case letters, Daniel tells NBC news. He is trying to engage his young audience in politics. We picked an interesting place to do it gera-, because hell Michigan in Livingston county. That's deep red country there man. Let me tell you. So I gotta ask, like, how does one by town. I didn't know you could do that because it's on Inc. There is no it's not really a town. There's no village council or or or township board of trustees or anything. It's, it's I think it's sort of unofficially called a hamlet. I mean it's really it's, it's have you ever been there? No. It's so it's like five acres. It's kind of it almost feels like a theme park at this point. There's like I think there's a mini golf course. If I remember correctly, there's a tavern. There's souvenir store. There's technically ally berry. It's right near the banks of the Huron river and everything it's really pretty there. I mean it's beautiful surroundings. It's out near the Pinkney state recreation area. So it's. It's heavily wooded everything. But it's it's not really a town. Do you think we should do the show at hell? Hamlet. We'll keep that one into consideration. The conservatory in bells reopening nearly a month ahead of schedule. The one hundred and fifteen year old Anna scripts, Whitcomb, conservatory reopens Wednesday after a number of structural repairs water head severely compromised. The twenty one foot steel trusses that are original to the building the new trusses used galvanized steel, and they'll be more resistant to the weather the project cost two and a half million dollars. It was paid for by the Michigan DNR and the Ralph c Wilson junior foundation. You know, I'm really glad to see this project happen. I have some so many memories of this place because my grandmother was a member of the o botanical society, and she would drag me around, like ten eleven twelve years old, hauling pots, and plants and all kinds of stuff around that place. It's such a such a cool, little facility, not just the, the public property. They've got all those greenhouses as well. It's a true, gem, one of the best staycationing, especially like in midwinter like you know, if you've got, like a dismal February day, no better like mood. Up than to pay visit to the belau
"dnr" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"The Michigan DNR says they're expecting twenty thousand to thirty thousand people to come out. It's going to be busy. We feel like people are going to come out and enjoy the weather. Hopefully the weather holds off. We've been battling mother nature, a little bit down here, but I'm open. It's going to hold off and we're going to have to a great crowd in. I know the rain has presented challenges. Talk about that a little bit what it will mean for people coming out. It has there's a few areas that are that a little bit of low and called a, a little bit of flooding is also some construction here on the island as well as preparation for the grand prix. Vicki Thomas WW, Jane is radio nine fifteen breaking news on W w. It's news out of Detroit police, an officer hits a twelve year old boy who came out in front of his police vehicle at happened this evening, took place at seven mile in Hayes, an officer who was on their way to assist the seven mile in Hayes incident got into an accident, and then hit a pole at seven mile in graduate. Now the twelve year old boy was taken to a hospital, his condition is unknown at this time. So we have an accident involving a child, and then in accidents of cruiser involving a light pole stay with w w j for the latest out of Detroit WW news time is nine fourteen. We'll check sports Tigers in full up net, summertime tips, and fun facts for Paul, Chris indexed, total wine and more. Want to be the favorite guests at the cookout this weekend. Bring a sweet misconduct with your homemade cherry park ground cool down with sangria whiter round. We've not recipes for both wine is made in virtually every country in the world. And I'm ready to give you two or. To find the right one. Whether you're hosting or just bringing the wine,.
"dnr" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"I'm Jay w Cox, the DNR is appealing the Minnesota court of appeals recent decision on the naming of day McCaw sky in Minneapolis DNR Commissioner Sarah Stroman says he's concerned about how the ruling may impact the DNR's ability to work with county boards and how the state's waters are named in its ruling Monday, the court of appeals reversed DNR's January two thousand eighteen approval of Hennepin county's request to rename lake Calhoun as day McCaw sky. The name change was prompted after complaints about having a lake named after John C. Calhoun, a proponent of slavery and native American removal. Scott Peterson reporting the group Justice for Justice plans to hold a rally tonight following the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Mohammad newer of they're hoping to throw the spotlight on other police shootings, a Hennepin county Jerry found nor guilty yesterday on third degree murder and second degree manslaughter charges in the shooting death of Justin Rose check Damon. Meanwhile, Justin's father John Reuss, check said after the verdict. It's been. A painful journey for the family. Justin was killed by police officer Navient of the state, we believe he was properly charged with a crime who jury has returned verdict of guilty. We are satisfied with the outcome. The crew behind a documentary on the nineteen Eighty-nine kidnapping of Jacob wetland, kicking off a five city fundraising tour tonight in Minneapolis. They're sharing some new footage and hoping to spark interest in the film. More information can be founded Jacob waddling, film dot com. This is N. Seventy seven percent of rural counties lack sufficient primary healthcare. Blue Cross Blue shield is working to fill that gap by placing former military, medics and communities improving access for the health of.
Bats in Minnesota dying from 'white-nose syndrome'; areas of state see dramatic population decline
"Disease. The Minnesota DNR released its bet population survey findings which shows the disease called white nose syndrome has killed up to ninety four percent of bats that hibernate in state monitored caves and abandoned mines the dramatic decline in bats could lead to an increase in insect populations bats help reduce mosquitoes and some
Minnesota DNR, Minnesota And Kenya discussed on Chad Hartman
"States half of Minnesota's bat species nearing extinction because of potentially fatal fungal disease. The Minnesota DNR releasing its bad population survey, which shows the disease called white nose syndrome is killed up to ninety four percent of bats that hibernate state monitored caves and abandoned mines dramatic decline in bats could lead to an increase in insect populations bats help produced mosquitoes and some agriculture crop pests. Sts? Can you get worked up on this one? Yes, kenya. Maybe maybe I'm not giving this story enough ninety four bit stunning to me ninety four percent of bats. Well, I don't want them all to go. But I just I shall let mosquitoes. Yeah.
"dnr" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"What are we gonna do about this flooding? What do you think you're gonna do? What scares you the most outdoor standpoint about the potential for flooding? Well, well. Like to see destruction of property cetera. Otherwise, you know, necessarily the fish will take care of themselves. There was do. My more concerned about as March is the toughest time for wildlife in the wintertime because for deer, for example, and pheasants they've all used their fat reserves. All winter. They couldn't get enough food will now allow those reserves are about gone, the snow is still deep and DNR. We talked to them today. They're winter severity index. They didn't have it. They didn't have it figured it at this point. But he said it's going to be bad. Now that that severity index is something they figured out years ago using temperatures snow depth et cetera to predict. Dear mortality, dear starvation. So March is the time when fawns and sometimes bucks start to succumb to the one. Even though it's warming up. You know, you say, well, it's all over, but it's not all over for them and the snow so deep, and as I mentioned to you off the air. We have these days at starts to melt. Well, then it gets cold at night. And you get a crust on the snow, and for wolves coyotes vox who have struggled also in the snow. This gives them a chance now to run atop the snow a deer never has that pleasure because the sheriff hooves, they just just breakthrough all the time. So that gives them an advantage BUSTER, perhaps weakened a central. So who knows what we're going to have for deer mortality losses this winter. But.
"dnr" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"What are we gonna do about this flooding? What do you think you're going to do about it? What what scares you the most from now doors standpoint about the potential for flooding? Well, you know, you don't like to see destruction of property cetera. Otherwise, you know, doesn't scares me. The fish will take care of themselves. There is due. My more concerned about as you know, March is the toughest time for wildlife in the wintertime because for deer, for example, and pheasants they've all used their fat reserves. All winter. They couldn't get enough food will now allow those reserves are about gone, the snow is still deep and DNR. We talked to them today. They're winner severity index. They didn't have it. They didn't have it figured it at this point. But he said it's going to be bad. Now that that severity index is something they figured out years ago using temperatures snow depth et cetera to predict. Dear mortality, dear starvation. So March is the time when fawns and sometimes bucks start to succumb to the one. Even though it's warming up. You know, you say, well, it's all over, but it's not all over for them and the snow's so deep, and as I mentioned to you off the air. We have these days at starts to melt. Well, then it gets cold at night. And you get a crust on the snow, and for wolves coyotes vox who have struggled also in the snow. This gives them a chance now to run atop the snow a deer never has that pleasure because the sheriff foods, they just just breakthrough all the time. So that gives them an advantage BUSTER perhaps weakened at. So who knows what we're going to have for deer mortality losses this winter. But I would be surprised if DNR down the road says, oh, everything was fine. Everybody made it in good shape because I don't think that will happen, but the actual spillage actual excess. Water is more danger to humans. Yes. Far as far as I'm concerned that would be. Yeah. It's you know, doesn't flood nesting or do anything to the fish.
Minn. snowfall records might be aided by climate change
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs Bank of America, NA, member FDIC. Snow in the forecast again, that's an argument against climate change. Right. I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul Hutton her. This is five cats. You've heard the one about Minnesota's two seasons winter and road construction. This February features just to weather forecasts snowing and snow on the way today, we close the books on the snowiest February on record across much of Minnesota. So what if anything does all this snow tell us about climate change? Let's talk about yet another climate record with Minnesota DNR senior climatologist, Kenny Blumenfeld, I would say that the geographic breadth is really what's fascinating. So of the first order the really big long standing climate stations in Minnesota. There's five of them four of them in broken February snowfall records. So that's been really impressive. So Kenny Blumenfeld you're at a party that guy comes up, and we all know who that guy is. And he says the inevitable. Hey, what's up with all this? No, we sure could use some of that global warming now. Okay. So have you been to? Lasca recently. It's really warm and Alaska, it's it's hard for us to remember. Sometimes that right now is not always. And that where we are is not everywhere. It's easy to forget that up until mid-january we had been really warm and the cold that we're ending with just barely pushes us over to a cold meteorological winter in Minnesota, we're just on the other side of it and the the balance of years since two thousand really since nineteen eighty have been warm during the wintertime in Minnesota and in North America. And of course, globally for still above average. The data shows Minnesota has warned six degrees in winter overall since nineteen seventy on average again, but hey, that's still plenty cold enough for heavy snow right in winter. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. And moreover, we're finding there's a little more water vapor around probably we can't say exactly why. But it might have to do with the rising global temperatures event. Rating more of the surface water off the ocean. Putting it into the atmosphere. So in Minnesota for the most part, even though we have gotten warmer. We also have gotten either snow ear or we have held steady with snowfall throughout the state getting with all these records. You're getting frequent flyer miles here on climate cast the past few months, but it leads me to wonder with so many records. What's the inside baseball talk like at the state climatology office about the kinds of records? We've been breaking in the last couple of years. Some of the things we talk about are. You know? Oh, I wonder what would happen if we looked at it this way. Or if we looked at it that way, and my colleague people makes Minnesota snow depth and percentile maps, and we can't help but note that about half the state is sitting at the ninety ninth percentile for snow depth for this time of year. So it's not the deepest. No we've ever seen. But it's about as deep as we've ever seen. So contiguous Lee across Minnesota this late in the season. And that's something that we're all kind of keeping an eye on. I on rivers and thinking, what ones snow gonna come off. And what's going to happen? When the snow comes off the land. Minnesota senior climatologist Kenny Blumenfeld, thanks for sharing. Your insight again today on climate. Thanks for having me on. We'll see probably next. My name is Caitlin Buckland. And I work as a program manager at the Great Plains institute, specializing in transportation and fuels which is heavily focused on electric vehicles. Biofuels we had a fleet vehicle on loan from Nissan, and I would say that experience really sold me on electric vehicles. I think mainly it was just how smooth ride was and in the winters who as I was driving it. It was a huge perk to have heated seats heated steering wheel. My husband, and I were at a point where we were looking for a different vehicle. So we decided to go for it. And we least twenty eighteen Nissan leaf. I'm aware that the transportation sector has the highest greenhouse gas emissions right now, a cell from sustainability standpoint, my husband, and I were really keen on improving the environment, reducing our emissions and then just. In general, lower maintenance. I mean, the only thing we've had to do in our V so far as changed to winter tires that's climate cast. I'm MPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.
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"The Minnesota DNR has granted a permit for an updated plan of a Red River diversion project meant to protect flood-prone Fargo and Moorhead the DNR in October of two thousand sixteen denied a permit for the. The original project leading a federal judge to stop construction that had started southwest of Fargo. The new design is meant to reduce impacts to land in Richland County in North Dakota, and Minnesota's Wilkin county DNR Commissioner Tom land where Minnesota recognizes the need for flood risk management in the Fargo Moorhead area in a way consistent with Minnesota. Laws that are sewn in protecting public, health and the environment. Unfortunately, we also recognize it any large flood damage reduction project is going to have some negative impacts on some people in that is certainly true with with this project as well. The plan takes about eight thousand acres out of the flood plain south of the metro area in sends more water through the cities of Fargo Moorhead. A Saint Paul sixteen year old has been charged with second degree murder in the killing of his friend whose body was found near an eastside dog park. According to the criminal complaint Oscar survived as flagged down police and told them a group of people had fired a gun at both of them from a car one of several stories. He and other witnesses allegedly told police over the course of about ten hours of questioning police confronted survey says about a Snapchat video showing him in an apartment holding a gun to the head of fifteen year old on hell rates. Hernandez in front of two witnesses and some young children surmount is is alleged to have. Dumped Hernandez his body in a parking lot near a dog park at Arlington avenue and Arkwright street. Prosecutors are seeking to try savant his as an adult a nationwide CenturyLink disruption is affecting some local customers, including some emergency services in the state Dina police say they're nonemergency phone lines are affected and they're telling people to call nine one one if necessary in Saint Louis county officials say land line nine one one calls are being impacted. They're telling people to use a cell phone if they need to call nine one one in the event of emergency. The state attorney general's office has reached a.
If You Build 5G, They Will Come
"If you're a consumer hold on you gotta wait to get your five g service in Korea until March. So Verizon has launched some of their their service five DNR service. We've got the these enterprise level services coming in Korea. It's happening five G is real, and it's getting launched and over the course of the next year. We're going to see more and more of it getting launched. Samsung is obviously out there saying we. Want to put in a prototype in the CEO of Esca telecoms hand working with Verizon. Qualcomm like, Yep. Absolutely. We're going to have these five g phones, and as I said just a minute ago. I'm not sure that that hurts apple to wait. Why am I wrong? So what do you? I don't think you're wrong at all. Apple is it when you think of okay. Well, you know, what does apple at the forefront of, you know, it's it's new hardware technology. Right. Oh, you know, we we we made a new smartphone that now everybody's going to copy. Of course, I'm talking about the iphone that that launched many years ago or the ipod or, you know, variety of other heard where devices when it comes to the infrastructure that can power a new iphone, right? So let's think of you know, in terms of a smartphone for five G, apple I put some out there where it's like, the the whole five G thing is twenty nineteen is going to be very interesting for this. And yes, you have lots of companies clamoring into beat the first. But apple doesn't do that. And apple doesn't want it to be sort of confusing and messy they want everyone to understand what five G is first. And then they say we have the best five G capable iphone are smartphone. Rather, you know that happens to be an iphone on the market, and we weren't I or better because they do that every time with all of their harbor. Yeah. Because they don't want to sell something on five G, and then have a bunch of their their folks by it and say, well, wait, I don't even get five G where I'm at. Of course, they come out with a version and Korea and be just fine because all three carriers just launched it over the weekend. So I mean, that's that's definitely going to be there. Roger, I'm curious. If you think it's a mistake for Samsung to come too early. I think. I think it's a little different. Because Samsung is is also like a national champion in South Korea. So there they can have the infrastructure that supports it. So what if other regions don't have it they'll have it in their in their in their product chain, and when those different markets, even in the US, if you won't get five G across the country overnight, but you will get it in large metro areas. You could definitely start feeding into those regions as well. So for the pardon me for them. It's like, well, we already have the technology. We can really use the service in our home market. Probably adjacent markets as well. So why not just build it? And then you know, when other markets catch up with the technology we can feed into that as well for apple. I mean, they're they're working on a on a slightly different premise, they're selling services online services and they're selling their phones. And if they don't think they can make enough on a return. Selling a five G foam. I mean, there's no pointed. I mean, we have a prediction show coming up. So I should save some of this powder. I think, but but I'm going to guess that apple comes out with an LT advanced phone that they claim is faster almost as fast as these five g phones you're hearing about we get another. Another round of iphones aren't selling as fast as they should have. And it's because they didn't put five G in them at the end of next year. And then apple comes out with a five G iphone the year after and their market share continues to just muddle along where it is
"dnr" Discussed on KOMO
"Plus the DNR is looking for hundreds of good men and women to fight wildfires next year. I'm Kelly liar. How to apply? From ABC news. I'm Richard Cantu. President Trump went to go Ford, Mississippi to defend the use of tear-gas on migrant protesters Sunday at the San Pedro, California border-crossing if people think they're going to Russia border, which is locked up that border so tight nobody gets through and behind that we have ice, and we have the border patrol, and we have the local police we have police, and we also have our military. The president is also denouncing the congressionally ordered report warning climate change is already taking a toll and warning of more to come. I don't believe it. No, no. Environmental. Scientists also warning that Brazil's far-right president-elect could push the Amazon rainforest passed its tipping point special counsel. Robert Muller is accusing former Trump campaign chair Paul Manafort violating his plea deal by repeatedly lying to federal investigators Manafort denies he lied. Could this be a sign a presidential pardon for Manafort is in the works? Given the president's rhetoric in recent weeks, claiming Muller and his team are dishonest. It might not be a shock. If Trump commutes manafort's sentence or pardons in the fact, the former Trump campaign manager has apparently not playing ball with Muller suggests a pardon might be in his future. ABC news legal analyst, Royal Oakes. You can go back to eating romaine lettuce last week in E. Coli outbreak led the food and Drug administration to say don't eat any romaine lettuce. But now the FDA says the effected romaine appears to be from California's central coast region. So any pick from another location is safe to eat the FDA cautions. Don't eat any romaine. That's not labeled and soon all will have labels telling where it's from and the harvest ABC's Chuck Sivertsen. Jury selection is underway in Charlottesville Virginia for James, Alex fields junior on trial for plowing his car into a crowd of counter protesters during last year's white nationalist rally and killing a woman his lawyer plans to argue fields believed he was acting in his own defense. You're listening to ABC news. Guys can hear from the hip hot cast today's growth who would win three mile bicycle race in eleven year old girl or last year's winner of the tour de France. It all depends on the bicycle it depends on their vehicle both in a ten speed in the pro racers gonna win every time but put the race around a tricycle in the eleven year old wins every time you see. It's not the driver. It's the vehicle when it comes to generating revenue. It's exactly the same. If you have a job or a.
How to talk climate change with skeptical relatives during the holidays
"Support for climate cast comes from Bank of America financing clean energy, initiatives and advancements in renewable energy and spurring innovation in and the growth of environmentally focused companies markets and jobs. Bank of America NA member FDIC happy thanksgiving week. Here's a number to impress at the thanksgiving dinner table thirty three percent about one in three years. Features a white thanksgiving in Minnesota. According to the Minnesota DNR climate working group and think about these three words, sex, religion and politics, taboo, topics at the thanksgiving dinner table for most. Now some include climate change in that list. So while you're stuffing yourself with the traditional Turkey and gravy. What's the most effective way to slide into a serving of climate change conversation? John Cook is a research assistant, professor at the center for climate change communication at George Mason University. He created the website skeptical science dot com. I talked with. Him via Skype. I was getting into arguments with my father-in-law about climate change. And like any son-in-law who doesn't want to lose an argument with he's bothering. I started to list all the possible arguments that I might encounter the next get together because he didn't accept climate change and he'll throw in various climate denial man's. So I build these databases even arguments and what the science said about each one. I and eventually I realized this little lot bulb went off. And I thought other people might find this resource useful as well. Other people have cranky uncles or father-in-law's. Did they get into about climate change with? And so I probably skeptical science online, and it turns out of this, right? Lots of cranky uncles. They getting to accurate about climate change your climate science, communicator and educator. What's working these days to move the needle and climate? Change. Acceptance and action will one thing that we've done a lot of research here. George Mason University in collaboration with the island university is just seeing the powerful role that perceived consensus is what people think the experts thing. And it kind of makes it a lot of sense because everyone's busy Weedon. You know, we don't have time to become experts on everything. So we often defend to what the experts think I'm an issue. And so what people think the experts in this case climate, scientists think about where the humans are causing global warming turns out to be really important basically information so just communicating this very simple message that ninety seven percent of climate scientists agree that humans causing global warming is a really simple and powerful message. These are strange days John for climate change in policy are you Optima stick or pessimistic about climate action in the critical next five or ten years. I mean in the longtime I neither we'll get there. In the short term. I'm probably a little pessimistic in at a federal level. I think that we've gone backwards by dry and the US at the federal level. But at the local level, I think there's a lot of exciting things happening happening. You have businesses and local governments all aggressively working to reduce emissions and transition to renewable power, and the there's a lot of exciting things going. We just need to Skyla it up and just CPA CHAD'S the current efforts that are already happening. John Cook with George Mason University and creator of the website skeptical science dot com, thanks for your work and for being on climate cast today. Thanks, paul. Thanks for having me on that's climate cast. I'm NPR chief meteorologist, Paul hunter.
"dnr" Discussed on KOMO
"The urban interface being downright satisfy outside of LA and structures involved with what we're trying to do. And that's what we know all summer. So it is kind of a weird fighting fire November. But we're ready for crews will face extreme tough fire conditions than many firefighters say they've never seen in their life dry. Rugged hilly terrain wild unruly wins. Fierce fast moving flames terrain. They're not used to fire behavior. They're not used to. And so we believe they are well trained to do this. Several DNR firefighters have battled massive fires in California before just thinking about staying on our toes second. To the basic stone. What's going on every fires different? But keep our heads on a swivel. These guys know this is going to be a tough assignment it's going to be a long assignment. And they know they're going to be gone at least thanksgiving. I'll be driving first-leg firefighter BB is headed on his first fire mission to California. He and his fellow firefighters have trained hard. They're studying up. And they're ready for anything. Gotta stay safe and be on top of everything. There are hundreds of firefighters from the evergreen state will be battling the flames in the Golden State. The department of natural resources and the Washington emergency management says that this is the biggest group of firefighters to be sent to California in years in Tom water. Suzanne Phan, KOMO news. Several buildings catch fire at a lumber facility along the ship canal last night. Komo's Tammy Mutasa one to the north Queen and area to see what would soon become a four alarm response for Seattle departments. We know at least five warehouses have.
"dnr" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"Is the DNR's large carnivores special. He's a so far. There have been only thirty eight confirmed sightings since two thousand eight we actually received many many hundreds of reports every year from throughout the state of Michigan. Of course, the vast majority are not Cougars. We get a lot of photos of domestic cats. Bob cat throughout Michigan and dogs, and that sort of thing people are just making mistakes with the identification. Swanson says most of the sightings are soon to be wandering male Cougars from the Dakotas making their way to Michigan in search of territory and a mate and officials plan to relocate several gray walls from the Canadian province of Ontario to isle royale national park this winter is the next step and rebuilding the depleted wolf population at the lake superior park. Only two remained until agencies took four more wolves to the island from Minnesota. This fall plans call for transporting twenty to thirty may land wolves style. Royal in the next three to five years. Michael Cohen, WW J NewsRadio nine fifty. WBZ news time one thirteen hearses with a police escort have transported. The cremated remains of nearly three hundred people removed from us shudder, Detroit funeral home. Newsradio nine fifty Sandra. Mcneill reports. The unclaimed remains were seized from the Cantrell funeral home. On Detroit's east side after this date closed civility in April for various violations. Their containers were cleaned and cataloged at the state mortuary in Flint, and they were taken to the behidn funeral home in Grosse Pointe park. The remains include dozens of military veterans. They will be buried with a special ceremony at Great Lakes national cemetery in Holly around Veterans Day. The other remains that are not claimed will be buried November second at mount olivet cemetery in Detroit, Sandra McNeill, w w j NewsRadio nine fifty. What was shaping up to be a blowout? Could now be a photo-finish for Michigan's US Senate race seat up for grabs in less than two weeks. Republican challenger John James down as much as twenty three points to democratic incumbent, Debbie stab about the latest epic. Mre survey has James, narrowing here. Lead to seven points are Lansing bureau chief Tim, Scooby says the Trump effects might be kicking in. Well, the insiders are saying that some of the Trump people are beginning to wake up to get back in the game. And if they do get back in the game that will give a boost everybody who is on Trump's side that would include Bill shooting, and obviously Mr James says the time for a change meshes from the James campaign might also be resonating among the voters WBZ news time, one fourteen the pistons still undefeated in the season will update sports snacks. If you don't dispose of the unused or expired prescription drugs in your home. They might find a new one.
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"'cause I, I was amazed when I called, I think its Montana DNR see the controls the state lands and they had like in each office, they had all person that I could talk to. And I, I had my guys that's here open and we literally just went on after another. And the guy was like, no, no, no, no, no, no. Unfortunately, it was all knows that day, but he knew whether or not there was a, he thought he knew because what we're finding now is the think they know don't know. Because it's just past looked up from the legal records. So that'll. Fight that we were talking with. The high lonesome ranch fight is he would say, oh yeah, that's private road people like no man. It might have been gated since nineteen seventy six, but it was illegitimately gated in nineteen seventy six or what have you guys work on behalf of the state. I got you, but even then even have bad info, cable wills, we'll work with those agencies and we can actually say, here's our landlocked public lands. You have regional field offices where you do have those experts. Now tell us, is it or isn't it. Land-locked. And can you, and we talked about yesterday like these men's, go look in look into those minutes, and so you might be a research function because it fair to say that like at a point where you've done you've taken in from you haven't gone out and created information. You've taken information compiled, it made it usable searchable approachable purchaseable, right? Have created GPS accurate, complete picture of land ownership. That's one of the big things that we did was take this public land's data. Look at the private. You talked about that yesterday, look at the private parts of mesh together, and is there a conflict? And usually those boundaries don't match up. The public land's day is like little shifted off data. So we because the parsley it done by county, we assume the parcel data is more accurate, and then we'll match those boundaries up to that parcel data. And then we'll actually look through and look for these like timber companies that allow access team will do all this research on nature conservancy. All these organizations that potentially might allow access and they'll so they've created this data set when it was like at highlights these places where you should potentially have access anything that's government agency does he got into interpretation? So we actually have this algorithm that goes for pulls out all these owner names that we think likely give people access, including city, governments, count anything, anything owned by government because your tax payer, you may have a right to be on that they might have regulations, but we're going to highlight that as here's city government, here's county government. Here's here's four. Service they you, you might have a right to be on that property. I remember one time going to a small government agency at the township level in pointing out a piece of land on the plat book. And I remember the township Commissioner telling me I can't tell you can go there, but I can't tell you can't go there. We just talking about. Took that as a green light just like it's illegal the corn across. It's not illegal and it's not legal. Yes, exactly. Any else and the other future things people know about? Oh man. No one's got no one's on your heels right. There's other apps out there. Gary ones of some really good that I should know about. No. Honestly, we're looking no matter what your team, we won't have a product that will do something to help you improve your time in the field and making more efficient. You know a lot of folks in two days. We don't want you waste time whether it's finding access, finding trails to or where your true stand as your game, cams, asking permission or getting into these future endeavors, and being able to pattern animals and organize your data or your experiences. So we're just looking to constantly improve people's days in field.
"dnr" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Autumn tradition. The DNR says tree showing early color could become too stressed because of the water in field to turn color before dropping leash areas in the northern part of the state already reporting more than sixty percent of their trees going through the fold change the woman the woman accusing supreme court nominee Brad Kavanagh of sexual assault. Now says she won't testify unless there's a full FBI investigation into her allegations, Dr Christine buzz, let's say Ford's attorney says there's no reason to rush into a public hearing Republicans on Capitol Hill say there's no reason. To delay ABC's. Elizabeth her FBI has already completed one background check on cavenaugh President Trump could request another to look at the new investigation. But the president making it clear he has no intention to do. So and overnight the president tweeting the supreme court is one of the main reasons I got elected president. I hope Republican voters and others are watching and studying the Democrats playbook Kavanagh does plan to testify on Monday. Whitewater city council member once you w chancellor Beverly copper to step down this after the council member claims coppers husband he'd hill groped her after an investigation into another sexual harassment case claim to have merit hill was banned from campus. State Senator Steve NAS also looking for copper to resign saying there's no positive future for the school under her leadership coming up a speed bump in the brewers road to the playoffs. WTMJ news time seven oh. Five voters cruise the kindle.
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Oil pipeline protesters shut down Minnesota PUC meeting
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Marijuana, Missouri and Wisconsin discussed on Total Information PM
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Why people should stop building rock towers
"Fifty ever see those rock towers that people make. Along a river or, lake that look. Like mini Stonehenge is vol naturalists are now saying stop stacking stones apparently it takes away the habitat of dragonflies and other water insects that, use us rocks to hatch larvae the insects not only eat mosquitoes but they. Are also a favorite snack for trout which in turn draws anglers stone stacks are more of a problem along the Tacoma non river. In the, UP which draws over six hundred thousand visitors
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"Charlie Langton Genevieve what's what happened here we had a crazy storm come through here on. Monday that has just knocked down so many trees branches everywhere, I've never seen the island look in this condition due to a storm in the past so we have Park Rangers here from here from Belle isle but then from around the state who have come to help get the park. Back to normal and hoping to do so before the weekend because it's summertime and. It's. Bella and people are coming. Out to have a good time I see that a lot of DNR they are they doing things around here too. Absolutely that's the the park stay the DNR are, the folks who manage the island and they have all of their park staff here from the park and then also from various parks around the state can you quantify How many trees were down or how much damage occurred not at this time I'm sure we will have some statistics very soon but right now we are in. Clean up mode No? I. Understand that there's a normal cleanup mode by volunteers anyway during the time of the year. But are you trying to get those people to come, back with a special cleanup absolutely we have a great? Amount of community support. Through volunteerism here at the park last year we. Had well over two thousand volunteers on the island We have just such amazing energy that comes, from our park users and our community so today what we're doing is we put a cry out yesterday, saying hey we're really trying to support. The park staff who's already doing such tremendous work to get, the park back to. Normal anyone who can come out and just? Help, us kind of take the smaller branches to. The curbside the DNR comeback, around and pick them up and remove the the leaves into, Bree from over the drains the storm drains and things like that and just for someone that hasn't been the bell, island years it doesn't cost anything and what can. You do on the island. Oh there's so much to do. On, the island so being a state park there is an eleven dollar annual fee for the recreation, passport and that gets you into well over a hundred state parks in in Michigan? Throughout. The entire year and Belle isle though we have the the North America's oldest aquarium we. Have a beautiful conservatory we had the Dawson Great Lakes Museum we have a, nature center we have a beautiful beach a beautiful. View of the city a. Gorgeous fountain obviously various picking locations Shelters pavilions, for family. Reunions so, so many things, for folks to come out and do that Genevieve Novak cleaning a Belle isle speaking with NewsRadio nine fifties Charlie Langton Michigan technological university opening a location where researchers can try out new technologies that would enable. Greater use of unmanned research and survey vessels officials say it would be the first freshwater testing spot of. Its kind in the world a launch ceremony. Scheduled for today along with an announcement of a new organization called the smart ships coalition the Michigan coalition will include scientists and policymakers they would be performing tax tasks such as surveying lake bottoms and scientific activities that would be expensive and difficult or even dangerous for, humans to do not carrying any.
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"Three forty nine right now eighty six degrees clear skies dropping to sixty three overnight from the twenty four hour traffic center still heavy coming back for the poconos volume heavy southbound on the northeast extension all the way from jim thorpe down to the lehigh tunnel it's all volume baffin transit coming up at about two minutes people get tattoos for various reasons some patients even get let the doctors know they don't want iraq efforts to prolong life slanak has the story dnr do not resuscitate would you get that tattooed on your chest it's happening but it's not a great idea says dr alfred security a local er doctor and spokesman for the american college of emergency physicians for some people dnr is i want you to do everything short of pushing on my chest if my heart stops to other people it's i don't wanna be intimated and put on a ventilator even if it's worth short period of time so you really need to know what someone means when they say i want to be a dnr he says doctors would be leery to follow a tattoo but may use the message to open a discussion with a patient's family because dnr could stand for an employer department of natural resources you never now lynn adkins kyw newsradio an abandoned baby raccoon is turning out to be the source in a long string of rabies vaccinations in weld county colorado twenty one people in well county colorado are undergoing a series of rabies vaccinations after woman took an abandoned baby raccoon into her home the raccoon was frequently held in would climb and lick the exposed individuals rachel freeman is with well county department of public health baby animals especially look cute but many of them can carry diseases like rabies you just never know and so it's best to leave those animals alone rabies shots are both time consuming and expensive stephan kaufman cbs news denver you expect to find alligators in states like florida louisiana and alabama but there's an alligator in arizona with a unique story the alligator now known as mr stubb's came to the phoenix herbert logical minus a tale that was likely lost to the bite of fellow gator an associate professor of anatomy in the zona college of orthopedic medicine at mid western university heard about mr stubs his journey at wanted to help the reptile so he created a that was the right size weight now that mr stubb's has a prosthetic tail that took more than a year to develop he can move like a normal alligator but still lives at the phoenix herbert illogical society micrometres washington news time three fifty two window nation brings you traffic.
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"Dnr is up the this year after this year's event and so i personally have not submitted proposal to the dnr beyond our vent this year but we'll we'll be having those conversations with the dnr you know in the month of june probably in the early parts of july because it's important that we obviously understand where we're going with the grand prix and the future beyond this year for planning purposes for the for the state planning purposes for ourselves for our sponsors but also the indycar series and the other one need to go where you are too so it's our intention frank submit a proposal to the dnr and while i haven't done that yet i couldn't tell the city council we have an agreement 'cause i don't so it's a matter of semantics in my mind but my my intention is to submit a proposal and look forward to the grand prix unveil alga next year but you know that there have been people in the community some small community groups that have stood up and said oh they're taking our land away from us for too long a period of time during the year and we're not getting the return we're not seeing the return on it that we should and i i'm not sure what they're what they're looking at exactly because you draw about one hundred thousand people down to the island and generate about fifty million dollars in economic activity with the with the grand prix so that's where the grownups have to stand up i think at city hall and say look this is a great event for our community and yeah it's a little bit inconvenient for for a little bit of time but it's good for us overall a compromise and there's a balance and done listen to the people that are are are are not happy about being there and we've cut down the the bill for this year we cut down one one last week of of them intrusiveness on the island this year we've also are allowing people to use central avenue now through memorial day weekend so we're not tying up traffic through a very busy holiday period that's a first for us as well and compromise and also this year around the west point of the island we didn't put our barrier walls up until three weeks after the fact what we did last year.
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"Markdale just out and call our dnr line and i'm remiss not having that in front of me but if you give that a call then we can get an answer to you and and we'll have the right person give you the knowledge okay great thank you thanks for calling here by the way i went down to banner pitch yesterday they they stocked trout in there some time ago and i got their mid day which is not a good time for fishing but what i found was two or three things there was quite a few people with little kids and they were fixing with bobbers and catching blue gills about as long as your finger just a little bit longer but the big thrill was on part of it there was a candidate geese ma and pa at a bunch of babies and the babies are about half grown but they just huddled they must see a lot of cars down there because they didn't run away they just kinda got off to let you go that is a very highly use par yes it's right between the moines in indian all our work traffic on monday through friday is exceptional you have fifteen thousand people passing by there twice a day and so it's like you just mentioned it's not uncommon to take the time to drive here their true there this to see what's going on how do you how do you find your camp host these do they advertisers we do advertise in a lot of that for anybody who's interested in that again stop and talk to the local staff people they can set you.
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"Okay so we talked about we're going to be doing the father's day contests and then we'll tell you more about the cooler thing when i get back and then let's see the old i talked to our dnr director on tuesday i believe i believe chuck mr chuck gap who's retiring on we're losing a gay guy like chuck alex murphy is the dnr director of communications there having a v a host the iowa dnr's pardoning with evita host the seventeenth annual veterans casting away disabilities event next week hang on folks they want to cough in your ear it's going to be may six through the twelfth at honey creek resort at rathbun lake the week long fishing getaway we'll give sixty five veterans from iowa and around the mid west suffering for major traumatic injuries after combat a chance to enjoy somewhat normal life and build camaraderie with dozens of other vets coping with life altering injuries this is the largest number of veterans that vesting veterans casting way disabilities event has ever hosted the veterans range in age from twenty four to ninety six god blossom and suffer for many disabilities including ptsd post traumatic stress disorder lost limbs and traumatic brain injuries among others a week allows veterans and thirty eight caretakers to share their stories and trusting comfortable therapeutic settings and spend time lay on the lake fishing so if you want more information.