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"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

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"daniel roman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Being with us the newest American of marathon star has won five major races in just over a year he's already qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty and he's barely old enough to drink here's this weekend's Jennifer because shankha you've heard of Michael Phelps and Simone Biles gold medal winners at the Olympics you might not have heard of Daniel Roman chart but with Paralympics growing in popularity you'll likely be hearing a lot more about him Rachel Bachman is written about Roman chucks recent successes and joins us now Rachel who is Daniel Roman Chuck well he's made the most news for winning marathons he's a wheelchair racer and I mean only twenty one years old he's the defending champion of the in New York City marathon which happens the Sunday which is why I wrote about him now but he's actually one five major world marathons in just over a year so it's quite a remarkable run for him how did he get so good and so fast well he he was born with spina bifida which is a a birth defect in which this final column doesn't close completely so he doesn't have the use of his legs you use a wheelchair since a very young age his mother who actually has a medical degree got him into a program in Maryland where they where he grew up to try all kinds of sports and I think the only to disturb his interest in it you know athletic career but also developed all kinds of muscles in his body since he was playing different sports he got into Wilshire racing a little bit later around his teens and pardon the pun he's he's really never look back so what are some things about him that makes him so good well you mentioned Michael Phelps he famously has a wingspan of about six foot seven and anyone who has a wingspan wider than they are tall it is considered to be sort of genetically blessed athletically and that's certainly the case for Phelps Dana Roman check has a six foot ten wing span so this is a very tall wing span for really some of any height we're speaking with Rita box one of the Wall Street journal free to wire Paralympics becoming more popular than they had been you know that's a great question and that's something that really interested me as a as I approach this topic there's there's several reasons one prize money is increasing and want to reasons prize money is increasing is because major brands are more interested in using disabled people and Paralympians in their ads and that sort of across the board not only athletes but also athletes there are more disabled veterans coming back from the war is that the US is involved with all over the world and that more of them are competing and certainly people are very interested in their stories and and and some people just feel like it's the right thing to do either he Daniel competed in the Peachtree road race Atlanta this summer and that's a ten K. he he wanted he set a course record and won a big bonus and that race actually just this year equalized prize money between wheelchair racers and runners well Rachel does Daniel Roman check have endorsements or is he looking for more sponsorships he only has really one sponsor right now along with some sort of a long time donor top and wheelchairs as major sponsor but but I think that he's going to have a big advantage that other Paralympians don't have and that is that he competes in marathon year round and so many Paralympians you know the the Paralympics themselves are really their only major sporting event where they made friends with the and television but you know marathons are are followed your brown people know about the Boston Marathon New York London Tokyo and so that gives him more of a platform on which to to show off his sponsors but he he really has only been on this run for a little over a year so he's he's early in the endorsement game remarkable twenty years old qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty five major races in just over a year he's one this weekend's Jennifer to shrink it with Wall Street journal reporter Rachel Bachman it is thirty minutes now after.

"daniel roman" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:45 min | 2 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WTVN

"Because shankha you've heard of Michael Phelps and Simone Biles gold medal winners at the Olympics you might not have heard of Daniel Roman chart but with Paralympics growing in popularity you'll likely be hearing a lot more about him Rachel Bachman is written about Roman chucks recent successes and joins us now Rachel who is Daniel Roman Chuck well he's made the most news for winning marathons he's a wheelchair racer and I mean the only twenty one years old he's the defending champion of the in New York City marathon which happens the Sunday which is why I wrote about him now but he's actually one five major world marathons in just over a year so it's quite a remarkable run for him how did he get so good and so fast well he he was born with spina bifida which is a a birth defect in which this spinal column doesn't close completely three dozen of the use of his legs you use a wheelchair since a very young age his mother who actually has a medical degree got him into a program in Maryland where they where he grew up to try all kinds of sports and I think the only to disturb his interest in it you know athletic career but also developed all kinds of muscles in his body since he was playing different sports he got into a wheelchair racing a little bit later around his teens and took off pardon the pun he's he's really never look back so what are some things about him that makes him so good well you mentioned Michael Phelps he famously has a wing span of about six foot seven and anyone who has a wingspan wider than they are tall it is considered to be sort of genetically blessed athletically and that's certainly the case results Dana Roman check has a six foot ten wing span so this is a very tall wing span for really a sum of any height we're speaking with Rachel box one of the Wall Street journal free to wire Paralympics becoming more popular than they had been you know that's a great question and that's something that really interested me as a as I approach this topic there's there's several reasons one this prize money is increasing and one of the reasons prize money is increasing is because major brands are more interested in using disabled people and Paralympians in their ads and that sort of across the board not only athletes but also athletes there are more disabled veterans coming back from the war is that the US is involved with all over the world and that more of them are competing and certainly people are very interested in their stories and and some people just feel like it's the right thing to do you know he Daniel competed in the Peachtree road race Atlanta this summer and that's a ten K. he wanted to set a course record and won a big bonus and that race actually just this year equalized prize money between wheelchair racers and runners well Rachel does Daniel Roman check have endorsements or is he looking for more sponsorships he only has really one sponsor right now along with some sort of a long time donor top and wheel chairs of those major sponsor but but I think that he's going to have a big advantage that other Paralympians don't have and that is that he competes in marathon here around and so many Paralympians you know the the Paralympics themselves are really their only major sporting event where they might Frances be on television but you know marathons or are followed you around people know about the Boston Marathon New York London Tokyo and so that gives him more of a platform at which to to show off his sponsors but he he really has only been on this run for a little over a year so he's he's early in the endorsement game remarkable twenty years old qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty five major races in just over a year he's one this weekend's Jennifer to shrink it with Wall.

"daniel roman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Being with us the newest American at marathon star has won five major races in just over a year he's already qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty and he's barely old enough to drink here's this weekend's Jennifer because shankha you've heard of Michael Phelps and Simone Biles gold medal winners at the Olympics you might not have heard of Daniel Roman Chuck but with Paralympics growing in popularity he'll likely be hearing a lot more about him Rachel Bachman is written about Roman chucks recent successes and joins us now Rachel who is Daniel Roman chalk well he's made the most news for winning marathons he's a wheelchair racer and that means only twenty one years old he's the defending champion of the in New York City marathon which happens the Sunday which is why I wrote about him now but he's actually one five major world marathons in just over a year so it's quite a remarkable run for him how did he get so good and so fast well he he was born with spina bifida which is a a birth defect in which this spinal column doesn't close completely three dozen of the use of his legs use use a wheelchair since a very young age his mother who actually has a medical degree got him into a program in Maryland where they where he grew up to try all kinds of sports and I think the only to disturb his interest in it you know athletic career but also developed all kinds of muscles in his body since he was playing different sports he got into a wheelchair racing a little bit later around his teens and took off pardon the pun he's he's really never look back so what are some things about him that makes him so good well you mentioned Michael Phelps he famously has a wingspan of about six foot seven and anyone who has a wingspan wider than they are tall it is considered to be sort of genetically blessed athletically and that's certainly the case for Phelps Dana Roman check has a six foot ten wing span so this is a very tall wing span for really a sum of any height we're speaking with Rachel box one of the Wall Street journal free to wire Paralympics becoming more popular than they had been you know that's a great question and that's something that really interested me as I as I approach this topic there's there's several reasons one this prize money is increasing and one of the reasons prize money is increasing is because major brands are more interested in using disabled people and Paralympians in their ads and that sort of across the board not only athletes but also athletes there are more disabled veterans coming back from the war is that the US is involved with all over the world and that more of them are competing and certainly people are very interested in their stories and and some people just feel like it's the right thing to do you know he Daniel competed in the Peachtree road race Atlanta this summer and that's a ten K. he he wanted to set a course record and won a big bonus and that race actually just this year equalized prize money between wheelchair racers and runners well Rachel does Daniel Roman check have endorsements or is he looking for more sponsorships he only has really one sponsor right now along with some sort of a long time donor top and wheel chairs of those major sponsor but but I think that he's going to have a big advantage that other Paralympians don't have and that is that he competes in marathon year round and so many Paralympians you know the the Paralympics themselves are really their only major sporting event where they might Frances be on television but you know marathons or are followed you around people know about the Boston Marathon New York London Tokyo and so that gives him more of a platform at which to to show off his sponsors but he he really has only been on this run for a little over a year so he's he's early in the endorsement game remarkable twenty years old qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty five major races in just over a year he's one this weekend's Jennifer to shrink it with Wall Street journal reporter Rachel Bachman it is thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend.

"daniel roman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Marathon star has won five major races in just over a year he's already qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty and he's barely old enough to drink here's this weekend's Jennifer because shankha you've heard of Michael Phelps and Simone Biles gold medal winners at the Olympics you might not have heard of Daniel Roman chart but with Paralympics growing in popularity you'll likely be hearing a lot more about him Rachel Bachman is written about Roman chucks recent successes and joins us now Rachel who is Daniel Roman Chuck well he's made the most news for winning marathons he's a wheelchair racer and that means only twenty one years old he's the defending champion of the in New York City marathon which happens the Sunday which is why I wrote about him now but he's actually one five major world marathons in just over a year so it's quite a remarkable run for him how did he get so good and so fast well he he was born with spina bifida which is a a birth defect in which this spinal column doesn't close completely so he doesn't have the use of his legs you use a wheelchair since a very young age his mother who actually has a medical degree got him into a program in Maryland where they where he grew up to try all kinds of sports and I think the only to disturb his interest in it you know athletic career but also developed all kinds of muscles in his body since he was playing different sports he got into Wilshire racing a little bit later around his teens and took off to pardon the pun he's he's really never look back so what are some things about him that makes him so good well you mentioned Michael Phelps he famously has a wingspan of about six foot seven and anyone who has a wingspan wider than they are tall it is considered to be sort of genetically blessed athletically and that's certainly the case for Phelps Dana Roman check has a six foot ten wing span so this is a very tall wing span for really a sum of any height we're speaking with Rachel box one of the Wall Street journal free to wire Paralympics becoming more popular than they had been you know that's a great question and that's something that really interested me as a as I approach this topic there's there's several reasons one this prize money is increasing and one of the reasons prize money is increasing is because major brands are more interested in using disabled people and Paralympians in their ads and that sort of across the board not only athletes but also athletes there are more disabled veterans coming back from the war is that the US is involved with all over the world and that more of them are competing and certainly people are very interested in their stories and and and some people just feel like it's the right thing to do you know he Daniel competed in the Peachtree road race Atlanta this summer and that's a ten K. he he wanted to set a course record and won a big bonus and that race actually just this year equalized prize money between wheelchair racers and runners well Rachel does Daniel Roman check have endorsements or is he looking for more sponsorships he only has really one sponsor right now along with some sort of a long time donor top and wheelchairs as major sponsor but but I think that he's going to have a big advantage that other Paralympians don't have and that is that he competes in marathon here around and so many Paralympians you know the the Paralympics themselves are really their only major sporting event where they might Frances be on television but you know marathons are are followed you around people know about the Boston Marathon New York London Tokyo and so that gives him more of a platform at which to to show off his sponsors but he he really has only been on this run for a little over a year so he's he's early in the endorsement game it's remarkable twenty years old qualified for Tokyo twenty twenty five major races in just over a year he's one this weekend's Jennifer to shrink it with Wall Street journal reporter Rachel Bachman it is thirty minutes now after the hour on this weekend Hey what's up it's running from the Kane.

"daniel roman" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Twenty four hour news center our top story this half hour the fiftieth edition of the AJC Peachtree road race is now under way making its way from Buck had to be my park we have live team coverage along the parade route this morning are pacesetter double the espys robin Wolinsky good morning Chad you could feel the energy out here and the patriotism dozens of American flags along the finish line and people decked out of course since July fourth red white and blue so whether they're running or walking the six point two miles the goal is to get where I'm standing right now here at the blue finish line Katrina standing with me a volunteer just loves the enthusiasm on the faces of the runners what about when you see these people crossing the finish line always the full of excitement in just a few to join they faced with finishing his race is great he accomplished something right yes a great accomplishment now coming up in the seven AM hour I speak to a nurse about today's heat and what the runners are facing in terms of the weather so with more on the wheelchair and the elite runners here's my colleague WSB sports director J. black yeah robin the wheelchair racers are all for the star wanted lyrics making their way through but can't now about six minutes into the men's race five minutes into the women's there fifty nine in the field are truly going for some history this is the largest first ever offered in wheelchair racing a fifty thousand dollar bonus to anybody who can break the course record that is the equal bonus offer to the fort wasters which is a first can be easy to say that but to really say it is with fifty thousand I course bonuses for both and Susanna Sir crony she's the defending women's champion Daniel Roman truck from Illinois one.

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"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

05:02 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"And while it will be the full report ABC's. Aaron Katersky says we still won't say a lot of it. The redacted nearly four hundred page report from special counsel, Robert Muller will become public few weeks after he concluded a nearly two year investigation in what was called an outline of the reports principal conclusions attorney general you embarrassed said there was no criminal conspiracy between the Trump campaign and Russia, but there was also no conclusion, whether the president obstructed Justice, the attorney general decided on his own there was insufficient evidence to prove that the president had Democrats have questioned whether boys letter amounted to a whitewash Democrats continue to push for the full unredacted version of the report to be released. Top administration officials say they have been discussing ways to increase pressure on countries with high numbers of citizens who overstay their visas and the US is part of President Trump's immigration plan heading into his reelection campaign while the race was going on in Boston. Hollywood actress Laurie Lachlan fashion designer husband, busy, filing, not guilty pleas and the college admissions cheating scandal, they are accused of paying half a million dollars to get both their daughters phony athletic scholarships at USC several other parents in the case have pleaded guilty, including actress, Felicity Huffman, how about this incredibly impressive, Oklahoma teenager. She got accepted to sixty four different colleges and universities. And Ray Lynn Thompson also earned more than a million bucks in scholarship. Oh, the five sitting in the mailbox, and I was just like one of these has to be fake one of them has to be like denial, and they never were the eighteen year old says she could not have done it without the support of her friends and family, by the way, Thompson decided to go to all corn state university on a full ride scholarship seven forty seven and so many great stories surrounding this year's Boston marathon WBZ's, Charlie Berge, Berge. Iran has more on a. Breakthrough performance in the men's wheelchair division Daniel Roman Chuck of Illinois, fastest time ever by an American one hour, twenty one minutes, thirty six seconds. He's also the youngest winner of the race won't turn twenty one two longest you've got to go back to nineteen ninety three the last men's wheelchair winter from the USA Jim Cobb of California Daniel Roman Chuck twenty-six years later wins. The men's Boston marathon wheelchair race Charlie Birger on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Tedy Bruschi finished his third Boston marathon yesterday fittingly on patriots day, Bruschi ran for his charity. Teddy's team foundation for stroke and heart disease research teddy himself suffering a mild stroke in two thousand five he and his team crossing the finish line. Just over four and a half hours new research on concussions in how fish oil could aid in the recovery. Dr Michael Lewis, honed his brain research treating vets at Walter Reed. Army Medical Center now, he's on the medical advisory board for pop Warner youth football. He says girls. Get more concussions and suffer tougher. Recovery's nutrition though is a solution. Look at it from the inside out. How can we increase the resilience of the brain to withstand injury in the first place? And if an injury does occur how to have the right nutritional foundation to begin repair process. Lewis says our brains are made up of omega threes. So feed your kids fish oil capsules every day. Liz indicate for CBS news, Portland, Oregon. Back to work following a long holiday weekend. And you're still tired right now. That's because you're not getting enough sleep more on the one third of Americans are in the same boat, and that's not good actor Benjamin spring gate with LSU health says inadequate sleep may lead to heart disease, mental health, problems stress even obesity, and what is enough sleep affects that seem to be associated with poor sleep, or when people get less than seven hours on a consistent basis says that can make you feel tired lethargic, which could affect your family, life and income if we aren't fully rested. We're irritable are motor skills are impaired. And we may not be able to make sound decisions. Don aims for CBS news, New Orleans gas prices in Massachusetts up again, AAA northeast says the average is two sixty one a gallon. That's up six cents in the last week. It is twenty two cents lower than the national average. You can blame higher demand and the seasonal switch over to summer blend gasoline, which is more expensive. To produce the dangers of e smoking reach a whole new level at McCarron airport in Las Vegas. It started with a bang and smoke near gate d fifty four immediately passengers began panicking running out emergency exits and trying to get away believing. It was a bomb, but the airport says it was a vape pen that a passenger plugged into charge that exploded there were no active flames. And after a while passengers were brought back in emergency exits were secured. Nobody was injured. Alex, stone ABC news, seven fifty and with today's entertainment report. Here's kiss went awaits Billy cost Aretha Franklin getting a posthumous Pulitzer prize for the arts and Madonna confirming yesterday, she has a new album.

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"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:14 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Radio WBZ and thirty yard reduced. Fifty three degrees, mostly cloudy, very windy here in Boston at six thirty good evening to you on this marathon Monday. I'm teeny gal. Here's what's happening. Parisioners are morning today after a massive fire tore through the Notre Dom. Promise from the president of friends. Emmanuel Macron Notre Dom will be rebuilt. A massive fire is still burning at the historic theaters embarrass max neophyte us among the crown watching in shock from the bag. It's just Bernsen planes. You cannot even see anything from. It's like, it's it's just ran the spire is gone. And so is the roof. But officials say it appears that the main structure, including the bell towers can be saved restoration expert Crepaldi crochet associate dean at the university of Notre Dame says rebuilding the structure will be complicated to say, the least have to be a complete for all understanding all the construction reconstruction of this building which may take at least a period of five years, but it will be able to be restored. According to officials that fire however has now been burning for hours. Daria Albinger, ABC news. Tina Cal per. Again, Parisians are mourning today after that massive fire tour through the Notre Dame cathedral. This structure is saved. But not before the flames cause immense damage. The iconic spire is gone as are numerous priceless artifacts. Now, the exact cause of the fire is unknown at this point. Although officials tell us it started in an area undergoing renovations stay with us for continuing updates on this developing story out of Paris. And now to the marathon more than thirty thousand runners from one hundred eighteen countries are here in our city today for the one hundred and twenty third running of the Boston marathon all fifty states, by the way are represented Lawrence. Toronto of Kenya wins the elite men's race in two zero seven fifty seven the top woman this year worked day gift of Ethiopia. She broke the tape in two hours, twenty three minutes and thirty seconds. Now last year's Boston marathon champion does Linden finish fifth this year. I spoke with WBZ's Adam Kaufman who is in the elite men's truck this morning about. Weather for this year's race sing with this year was Dismore Ning being there in Hopkinton with Carl Stevens and with some of the others. And at at the starting line. You know, everyone's got the ponchos on it's it's pouring. I mean, the the old cats and dogs expression. It's thunder. It's lightning. It's absolutely disgusting out, but it managed to clear up really in time for the elite men and women to start their runs just after nine approaching ten o'clock. And and actually got to be pretty nice pretty comfortable. It was relatively warm wasn't nearly as humid as it was when it was raining earlier. But I think where it really impacted the race wasn't so much the race as it was the crowd. Also, this year's men's wheelchair winner Daniel Roman chunk youngest champion and first Merican to win here since nineteen Ninety-three he's from Illinois, by the way, made it today in one Twenty-one thirty six fastest.

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"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Four ninety five five episodes and included and support during nineteen one eight hundred four Mercedes for details. Four twenty one traffic coming up at first let's go back to the marathon. We talked about the rain squalls even through the rain at. This late hour, Boston marathon runners are still out on the course, aiming for that finish line. WBZ's KENDALL Buhl says the fans are pushing them on. Long after the elites of crested heartbreak hill heck hours after the winners have done their laurels. The crowd still go while the runner and four thousand three hundred forty second place every bit as much love as the top competitors. You happen like everybody on whether they look like they're in pain. Whether they look like, they're having fun. You know, it's like you feel that connection. Like, let's go. Let's do this. Give them your all. So they can feed off of your energy from queens runner who were self hopes to someday qualify for this race today, though. She's happy. No ecstatic help someone else top heartbreak hill and make their way to the finish line from heartbreak he'll he'll WBZ. Boston's Newsweek at the finish line today for the first time in nearly three decades. An American wins the men's wheelchair division. Here's Charlie Berge around with more on that Daniel, Roman Chuck Illinois breaks the tape. I and sets a number of marks in the process fastest time ever by an American one hour, twenty one minutes, thirty six seconds. He's also the. Youngest winner of the race won't turn Twenty-one till August, you've got to go back to nineteen ninety three the last men's wheelchair winter from the USA Jim Cobb of California Daniel Roman Chuck twenty-six years later wins. The men's Boston marathon wheelchair race Charlie.

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"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Ten thirty. Then I heart radio station. Sixty seven degrees, mostly cloudy. Very windy right now in Boston at two thirty great to have you with us on this marathon Monday. Good afternoon, MTV gal. Here's what's happening. We'll catch the marathon. In just a moment here on WBZ Boston. But first an enormous fire breaks out in Paris than Notre Dame cathedral. Here's an update from CBS CBS news special report as the sun sets on what had been a beautiful day in Paris. The city of lights is being eliminated by flames shooting from the roof of the iconic ethereal of Notre Dom SS, Elaine Cobb is in Paris. She reports that fire seemingly began on the roof where scaffolding and been set off the cold really rapidly the flame, tune developed into a massive blaze. The wooden structure all what has helped is go down so quickly and the staple spire has just come up. There's thirteen century. Would in there. Well because he has been under renovation. So a lot of a lot of materials and a lot of equipment in the church. Well, then looking in live pictures one can see the exposed in burning interior rafters of the Notre Dame cathedral is fire continues to burn out of control in that twelfth century building. CBS news special reports, I'm Bill Rakoff Tina, keep it tuned here. WBZ radio in Boston for continuing coverage of this developing story out of Paris more than thirty thousand runners from one hundred eighteen countries are converging here. In Boston today for the one hundred twenty third running of the Boston marathon WBZ's Chris foam is out the finish line. There was another banner day on boylston street with the Rainsy's falling just in time to allow worm class b to throw the crowds, which once again showed up in voluminous and appreciative fashion Daniel Roman..

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"daniel roman" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

07:23 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Is he doing out there time to go? I bumped into the Folketing genius disciplined smile on your face there. With me the back to the phones at a second. I promise first of all Ben park. I'm looking over the busy newsroom today. We're in a different studio because of our marathon coverage with our sisters station. Ben Parker is just back from covering the marathon. He will kill the rest of that red velvet cake within about five minutes. Prediction. I I can say that. But those that listen to them. Ben Parker is like a vacuum. When it comes to food that guy is a bottomless pit and eats anything. It doesn't matter food. Don't tell them what it is. He just eats it, and he's not a particularly law. He's not. I don't know. How he pulls that. Oh, yeah. You must have a really fast. But no one's touching. The. I don't know. Is that cheesecake next fan? I Parker will you'll see he's going to have a big wacko of both of those. Now that said, I bump into the folk genius. He's the grand poobah of both busy and W R K O his birthday today. Which is why we have all these cakes around happy birthday. So there's a red velvet cake, I said to him is it a happy birthday. And I said you a red velvet cake fan, and he said, Nope. Oh, no. I kind of laughed, and he goes it's kind of fitting though, I'm having one of those days. I said, hey, happy birthday. Good luck. Oh, I hope he gets the cake. He wants later on or sometimes soon, what kind of person are you when you enjoy the fact that someone tells you they're not having the kind of birthday that help for. That's so that's unfortunate. I know, but you were laughing just the kind of person that gets banished to some closet studio down the hall. Yes. That is a fair point waffles. We could make that permanent keep it up, and we can't but he can. So let's not do that six hundred seven two six six sixty eight sixty eight seventy one I knew you were going to call me out on this seventy-one, but you'll on Omar's saying some people did something about nine eleven and I said it's sort of comparable to Trump saying there's good people on both sides. Seventy-one says come on VP, Trump wasn't talking. He was talking about the issue. Not the people what we're doing this. So what you're doing to Trump? They're seventy-one is what Pelosi's doing with Omar right now, we always feel the need to explain away. What our guy did? While saying that the other guy needs to go down. They both said something really stupid. They shouldn't have said it, and they should have apologized for it right off the bat. She's making the same mistake. Ilan Omar is the Trump made them because no one ever learns. They just play the Gotcha game. That's all we do. Six. One seven two six sixty sixty back to the phones Jenny's in Weymouth, Jenny. Been very patient. Welcome to our cow. IV, johnny. And I I'm just so upset about this whole, Yvonne, Omar thing, let's be very clear. She was talking about this for one thing the need care to come into existence after nine eleven which it was formed four nine eleven quite a bit before. So right away. She's just creating a narrative that she's trying to make Muslims victims. Not. So the other thing is in this country, the hate crimes against Muslims. Do you know who the move perpetrated a group of ethnic crime victims, it's Jewish people? And most in fact of the Muslim hate crimes that have been reported, a great percentage of them had been false had been, you know, false reports. And the other thing is care is in the group that she's advocating for in telling people how important are they an unindicted co conspirator and terror. Resum directly related to the Muslim Brotherhood. Why that group is even allowed to exist in this country. It's beyond me. They actually were trying. They had a care Representative come into the San Diego unified school district, and they wanted to teach Islam and the unified school district until the parents cut win and rise up in arms. Muslims are not victims in this country. They're not victims in any country as a group they had probably about the most protected status. And let's not forget how we also chapter nine eleven the horror the absolute power in the outrage, we had as Americans, we weren't Democrats. Then we want Republicans that we were Americans, and we all outraged as we should have been, and I am so sick and tired of having, you know, Hoddle people because of whatever their situation is you know, what I don't hear a lot of outrage then or now from the Muslim community about the hateful horrific acts perpetrated in this country on that day in and other countries around the world, whether it's you know, the truck attacks in niece or whatever Charlie Hebdo. Let's go. Oh on and on the Jewish deli. Where's the outrage, but the minute someone supposedly has their feelings hurt? You know, they're they are a protected group in England and Canada against each you can't say anything that offends them or you will be arrested. You will wear that. I look Jenny. I can't disagree with almost anything. He said, you very, you waited very patiently. And you made a lot of good points there. Well, done Brandon Brooklyn. Brad, you're next on W ARCO. Yeah. Yeah. I don't think I could say as well as shaded. But I if you look at a word, someone did something I mean, from her point of view, I mean with the current and everything. Well, you know, nothing nothing all that bad really happened. I mean, I mean these people who were killed most of them were symphony does covering them. I mean, we should be we should be heard. And and even we should ever Nick struck recording to the core around anyway. So what's the big deal? Look, some people did something is just it's going to be one of those phrases. We we're gonna move on. It's it's one thirty. But I just I'm just you're never gonna forget that threes who said it in that is now the it's like a verbal mean for insensitivity. So the good news is Omar did that to herself now where this all goes going forward and how she acts. We'll see does she ever clarify. This. Does she ever apologized for the insensitively? I would doubt it. We'll see six one seven two six six six eight six we're gonna talk about your tax returns, you your tax returns. When we come back. I know it's one thirty. Let's get a check on headlines with nine rich. Thrilling finish at the twenty nineteen Boston marathon good afternoon amid Enrique chevalier news Kenya's Lawrence girono narrowly won the marathon and the men's division one with a time of two hours, seven minutes and fifty seven seconds former champion if is lily's deceased clocked in exactly two seconds later, and it's gone was the top American finisher and seventh place. In the meantime, twenty eight year old at work Nash together from Ethiopia won the women's race Daniel Roman junk from Illinois won the men's wheelchair race in Mineola. Shar Switzerland won the women's wheelchair race in other news anchor slowly Laughlin and her husband or entering not guilty pleas in ecology admission scam. According to a document filed today in Boston federal court Lachlan in her husband Moscow, June newly will plead not guilty on federal fraud and money laundering charges. They also waive their right to appear in federal court for an arraignment Laughlin in her fashion. Designer husband are accused of paying five hundred grand in bribes to get their kids in a USC casing camp Adonia reporting there now we'll look at W. Oh traffic.

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"daniel roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:35 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The Justice department plans to release a redacted version of the mullahs report on Russian election interference Thursday morning. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports congress and the public will get a chance to read the findings people have seen so far as a four page letter from attorney general William bar, but special counsel Robert Muller submitted. His nearly four hundred page report to Justice department leaders March twenty second Democrats have accused bar of downplaying the findings of the nearly two year investigation. They big questions about what evidence the special counsel gathered about whether President Trump may have obstructed Justice. DOJ leaders determined Trump would not face charges for obstruction. And they say prosecutor did not establish enough evidence to charge any Americans with conspiring with the Russian government, but the report could contain sensitive new details. It's not clear how much of the report. We'll be redacted Carrie Johnson. NPR news, Washington. Several prominent parents including full house actress, Lori Loughlin and her husband fashion, designer most Mudge new late are pleading not guilty in a college admissions bribery scheme involving dozens of wealthy parents along with a handful of college coaches and test proctors in court documents filed today Lachlan engineer Lee waived their right to appear in court for an arraignment Kenyan Lawrence Toronto and the opiates Werknesh to give up are the victors and the one hundred twenty third Boston marathon NPR's tovia Smith reports. Thunderstorms rolled in just as the elite runners took off from the starting line this morning in her First Boston marathon, Ethiopian working together held the lead most the race and stayed there to the end finishing in two hours. Twenty three minutes and thirty one seconds for the men Kenyan Lawrence girono pulled out a photo finish win at two seven fifty seven a step ahead of Ethiopian Lalita deceased who won the race the year of the marathon bombing and. Two years after this year's run coincides for the first time with one Boston day the anniversary of the bombing that killed three spectators injured hundred six years ago to police officers also lost their lives in the aftermath. Today's being marked at the finish line. And by church bells at the time of the blast to via Smith NPR news, Boston. Well, the winner of the women's wheelchair race at the Boston marathon is men Wella sharp with no one with inside Swiss athlete. Cross the finish line on Welson street this morning at one hour, thirty four minutes, nineteen seconds. She's the defending champion in New York. Chicago Tokyo and Berlin if she wins London in two weeks shar, we'll have swept the world marathon major women's wheelchair races in the men's race Daniel Roman Chuck made history. He became the first American to win the Boston marathon wheelchair division since nineteen ninety three. He crossed the finish line with an official time of one hour. Twenty one minutes thirty six seconds, the fastest time ever by an American in the division. This is NPR from K Cutie news. I'm Tiffany can high as California's new police transparency law opens up the discipline records of cops. It's also raising questions about prosecutors past charging decisions K Q E D sukey Lewis reports on the case of sonoma's county jail deputy who was fired for fondling an inmate, but not charged in two thousand seventeen the cinema county DA didn't press charges against Garrett Paulsen for groping woman under his guard because according to records release this week the victim didn't cooperate. Now. Prosecutors are reviewing the case, but the woman's lawyer is Schwager says she did cooperate and that the DA's decision to take a second. Look at the case is pure politics. Prosecutors make decisions I think safe to say based on what they think the public knows or what the public may come to know. And nobody thought these records with ever see the light of day. And now, they have people are backpedaling the DA wouldn't comment. Further on the case, I'm sukey Lewis, K Q E news. Police are investigating a hit and run collision that killed a mother and her son and seriously injured a man in east Oakland over the weekend. It took place on foothill boulevard in twenty-six avenue, Saturday evening. The three people were walking across walk when a two door Mercedes-Benz struck them and fled the scene, a thirty year old woman and her six year old son were killed the other victim a twenty year old man is in critical condition. Police say the vehicle involved in the crash, but not the driver was found in another part of the city. There's more at K Q E, news.

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"daniel roman" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"daniel roman" Discussed on KCRW

"In Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. The Justice department plans to release a redacted version of the Miller report on Russian election interference Thursday morning. NPR's Carrie Johnson reports congress and the public will get a chance to read the findings all people have seen so far as a four page letter from attorney general William bar, but special counsel Robert Muller submitted. His nearly four hundred page report to Justice department leaders March twenty second Democrats have accused bar of downplaying the findings of the nearly two year investigation. They big questions about what evidence the special counsel gathered about whether President Trump may have obstructed Justice. DOJ leaders determined Trump would not face charges for obstruction. And they say prosecutors did not establish enough evidence to charge any Americans with conspiring with the Russian government, but the report could contain sensitive new details. It's not clear how much of the report will be redacted. Carrie johnson. NPR news, Washington. Several prominent parents including full house actress, Lori Loughlin and her husband fashion, designer most Mudge late are pleading not guilty in a college admissions bribery scheme involving dozens of wealthy parents along with a handful of college coaches and test proctors in court documents filed today Lachlan edgy newly waived their right to appear in court for an arraignment Kenyan Lawrence Toronto and the opiates Werknesh to give up are the victors in the one hundred twenty third Boston marathon NPR's tovia Smith reports. Thunderstorms rolled in just as the elite runners took off from the starting line this morning in her First Boston marathon, Ethiopian Werknesh together. A held the lead most the race and stayed there to the end finishing in two hours. Twenty three minutes. Thirty one seconds for the men Kenyan Lawrence girono pulled out a photo-finish win at two seven fifty seven a step ahead of Ethiopian Louisa deceased who won the race the year of the marathon bombing and two years after this year's run coincide. For the first time with one Boston day. The anniversary of the bombing that killed three spectators and injured hundreds six years ago to police officers also lost their lives in the aftermath the days being marked at the finish line. And by church bells at the time of the blast. Tovia Smith NPR news, Boston. Well, the winner of the women's wheelchair race at the Boston marathon is men Wella sharp with no one with inside the Swiss athlete cross finish line on Wall Street this morning at one hour, thirty four minutes, nineteen seconds. She's the defending champion in New York. Chicago Tokyo and Berlin if she wins London in two weeks shar, we'll have swept the world marathon major women's wheelchair races in the men's race Daniel Roman Chuck made history. He.

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