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"david hernandez" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Day hundreds of Southwest Airlines passengers are stranded as planes are grounded Hillary has more from midway We at report before that perhaps some of the employees had walked off the job but according to Southwest they are saying that that is absolutely not true And according to the departures board the majority of the flight leaving for Southwest this evening are scheduled to be on time However some passengers that we spoke to say that they are experiencing some continual delays Growing concern amongst some wicker park residents after a drive by shooting killed a 32 year old man and wounded four others early Sunday near the intersection of daemon Milwaukee and north Gail Hammond who saw the aftermath says he's going to be extra alert after witnessing the violence up close Obviously gun violence in Chicago is a big problem It really is And it's been one of the biggest things to get used to having moved here from Seattle Police have no suspects in custody Anyone with information on the shooting should call Chicago police Illinois state police investigating another expressway shooting One person was shot Sunday morning on the Alpine Eisenhower near east avenue in Oak Park No one is in custody The shooting happened despite increased state police manpower on area expressways There have been nearly 200 expressway shootings so far this year that some pace to far surpass the total number of expressway shootings in 2019 A 17 year old boys do in court this week now charged in a deadly home invasion on the city south side Chicago police say he planned the attack last month that killed 36 year old Ben Sims at his home in south shore 18 year old Timothy wind is also facing first degree murder and home invasion charges for the attack According to the trib win told police the 17 year old came up with the plan because he believed Sims took something from him Doctor Anthony Fauci says it appears the U.S. is turning the corner when it comes to COVID-19 Certainly going in the right direction That's the good news And we have to just be careful that we don't prematurely declare victory Fauci tells CNN he believes the numbers will continue to improve in terms of case counts and 7 day averages Fauci noted vaccine data on kids aged 5 to 11 We'll present it to the FDA soon and called it another step in moving out of the pandemic Washington Democrats are still squabbling over president Joe Biden's spending agenda Progressives in the house say they will not vote for the legislation unless the Senate also passes the president's multi-million dollar human infrastructure Bill Democratic leaders including Minnesota senator Amy Klobuchar say they're reconciliation process we'll get to an agreement We are coming closer and closer to an agreement on this I know senator Manchin I know the people involved in this I've been in the rooms We will get these bills done The president needs to win over moderate democratic senators Joe Manchin and kyrsten sinema to reach the 50 votes necessary for the multi $1 trillion bill to pass The U.S. has agreed to provide humanitarian aid to Afghanistan a country on the brink of an economic disaster That according to the Taliban at their talks between the two countries took place for the first time since the chaotic withdrawal of the U.S. troops late this summer but U.S. officials would not go that far only saying the two sides had discussed it Facebook plans to roll out new features for children They include prompting teens using Instagram to take a break and nudging them if they look at the same content that's not conducive to their well-being The move comes after compelling testimony from a whistleblower that the company knew its platform's harm children Facebook also plans to introduce new controls for parents Chicago's in the running for a pop culture museum more from WGN's roger vanish Chicago's in the running with 5 other cities as the place to house the huge collection of memorabilia mass by Indianapolis Colts owner Jim irsay his collection includes items such as guitars used by prince and Bob Dylan and the 120 foot long scroll on which Jack Kerouac wrote the 1950s novel on the road Other cities being looked at include Indianapolis Boston Nashville Tennessee and Austin Texas Roger patch WGN news The 43rd Chicago marathon was back this weekend after a COVID cancellation last year an estimated 35,000 runners raced through 29 different neighborhoods David Hernandez was one of them Marathons have a great opportunity for anyone trying to give back shouting to my charity like I said not there You say Futura of Ethiopia Ethiopia finished first for the men with a time of two hours 6 minutes and 12 seconds Ruth kept and get itch of Kenya came in first for the women at two hours 22 minutes and 31 seconds And as people were trying to run a 50 mile ultra marathon in Davis county Judah Utah listened to this a blizzard hit 18 inches of snow fell Saturday morning and the race that day turned into a search and rescue Rescuers needed snowmobiles to save 87 people several were treated for hypothermia WGN sports the White Sox they beat the Astros in game three 12 two 6 The bears beat the Raiders in week 5 20 to 9 They are three and two on the season in the WNBA finals game one the Chicago sky beat Phoenix 91 77 and the bulls keep their perfect preseason record with a win over Cleveland one O two.
"david hernandez" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"I'm the composer of the matrix. Matrix reloaded and the matrix revolutions. Hi this is. John delancey kind of the things that aren't there. Well sometimes you have the various anyway people at all day in part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision but also because of its message of diversity and inclusions as we tape. This creepy bits is launching on september twenty fourth which is tomorrow actually know already launched. Excuse me it's been out there a week and we have the creator and show runner and really the driving force david hernandez with us welcome. It's great to have you on the podcast. Hey thanks so much for having me. So what What led you to do this. Yeah and great question. It's a lot of different things. But i mean i think a big driving force for me was not being able to work much during the pandemic i have a little five year old daughter and up here in ontario canada where our schools have been closed for a good chunk of last year. I had to kind of step in and be the daddy daycare in the data kindergarten teacher and neon after after a year and a half of doing that You know and. I love my daughter. She's lovely. I really was really chomping at the bit to to get back to directing and And it didn't wanna. I have products that in pitching and all of them require financing and bigger timelines and stuff and i really wanted to do something that was quicker more media. I love horror films. genre films. the general love sci-fi. While i wanted to do something that was sort of achievable in shorts and bite size and so working with my cinematographer gregory benefits. We sort of came out with the idea to to make these really super short or films and just put them online and see what happens. Like i've never a lot of the stuff that done before has been for broadcast or film festivals that kind of thing and i've always wanted to to create something specifically for the web in have just never done it so so it's all a little bit of an experiment over here. That's you know. That's the primary reason i wanted to do is feeling like basically cabin fever much really wedded to deduce. That bay. Beg could be achieved quickly. You know..
Here & Now
"david hernandez" Discussed on Here & Now
"To really add. Context to what people are seeing. There is no black and white here. It's a constant conversation. This never gonna end. We're constantly having going to have to reevaluate our policies. Our ethics as the conversations change and evolve as audiences grow and and and different perspectives or are being asked to be represented the through line between all of the journalists. We just heard from is there awakening to the need for context and their journalism over the last year to talk through this a little more. Let's bring in professor kathleen mcelroy. She's the director of the school of journalism at the university of texas at austin kathleen. Welcome to the show. Thank you as we heard these journalists. Say for them. It's not enough anymore to just report what happened. There's this growing understanding that we need to go back to make sense of present news events. How is this effort to offer more context complicated by this moment in our business with business models that have decimated so many newsrooms. How is this need pushed up against that demand. Safe for for twenty four hour news cycle. You know it's interesting. Was that line that you know. Journalism is the first draft of history. What was really sad is that that first draft was often wrong or not even done or information that should have been there was ignored. We can't just give people a set of facts anymore. I think we know that and we have to tell our students that this is not about getting two sides of a story or three sides of the story of if one side is illegitimate. I think now you cannot cover education. You cannot cover criminal justice you can't cover all of these institutions without realizing how these institutions were built david hernandez mentioned the shifting balance of facts and statistics and the voices of the community communities that have gone ignored or unnoticed. By the media. Those voices are traditionally seen as opinion. Do you see a shift in the importance. We give those voices. So what's interesting is that facts are these individual collections of information that can be verified if a blue car hits a red car. You can't deny that it was a blue car that hit a red car. We can't say which car caused the accident. Though often when we get information from advocates in the public it may seem like opinion. But it's their truth. It's what they're experiencing what was quote unquote objective. Or the way things were presented skewed white patriarchy so if we get in other voices. Those voices are often considered a pinion are not mainstream. Well who decided what's mainstream we'll butting up against what you're saying here is that the truth is the public has lost confidence in media. How do we at this point built that. Trust now that we're having more nuanced conversations about our roles in society you know we can go and listen and tell their stories but i don't think we're in position to say trust us. I think there are people who are doing that. Hard work people who are taking place before they ever produced content to make sure that they're telling the story in a way that does not do more harm you know. Why should someone talk to a journalist. If all that happens is my story is told journalism as an institution needs to realize that. It's just not enough to put a mike in someone's face. Well how are you in stealing these changing virtues to a new generation of journalists one of the things that i think is important that we give them. A sense of this is a public good. I use the spiderman. Reference with great power comes great responsibility. So what you do matters. And you need to acknowledge where you're coming from. And maybe before. Journalists weren't told that that was professor kathleen mcelroy director of the school of journalism at the university of texas. At austin thank you so much thank you. Capitalism touches every part of our lives capitalism.
KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"david hernandez" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"There you go. Anyway. Big news from Flea Elem. They threw Justin Bieber out of the temple Tumble Creek golf course because he was too loud and too disruptive, so they asked him to leave. I am a question about the teeny tiny lady. Yes. Is she wearing a mask? No need to wear a mask. Doesn't need to wear a mask. Okay? Just didn't know with the celebrity and all them being so close. She's in a jar. She's in a jar. Okay, She's safe. Oh, thank you. Okay. I believe you. She's in a pickle jar She's in this. CDC doesn't say anything about people living in a pickle jar that I've seen any doctor Fauci talking about. You happen to be in a legal job. You're all right. No need for a shower curtain and no need. No way. All right. It is known as the covert hug or not supposed to hug Anyway, For some reason, you love this story in the Washington Post. Is this kind of police officer? Yeah, He's a corporal. That David Hernandez of Longwood Police Department in central Florida. So he has been fired because he hugged a co worker, But he didn't just hunger. He taunted her. He would go up to her and say, I can't believe you're such a germophobe. I can't believe you're so afraid of Cove it and then he did that thing that kids do like not touching you not touching. You're not touching you, but like it gets really close to her. So he did all this tour it everything and she got really tired of it, and she filed a complaint, I guess And then he said that He picked up her phone one time and talked into the phone and, you know she, Of course, she got upset about that because the germs go into the phone. So he says he was trying to make her laugh and trying to lighten the mood. But they ended up firing him. And they're saying that it's really not even about the cove it a problem. It's more about the sexual harassment thing. It was the unnecessary touching, she says. She hurt her arm and possibly her finger trying to push him away when he hugged her, And he's saying that's not true that all he tried to do is touch your shoulder anyway, so he's he is not going to be employed anymore. And one other interesting thing in Missouri, by the way, and by the way, why is it that there is it just because people tend to find those stories? Why do all those stories come out of Florida? I start. It is because it's Florida. I know what you mean. It's it is, it is bizarre. It just does a concentration of in fact, it used be website called Florida man, and it was like every Friday they would have some story about some guy that did something so incredibly dumb. Is it because You do people of lower I Q Show you might be. Lucas went up to people of lower I Q. Need Maura temperate. Conditions year round. I guess Google that into the entire Google aiding machine type that all in their lower I Q Temperate conditions year round and just see maybe maybe it's one of these science things that just they just tend to go there. I've also heard they have. They have really open records request there. It's really easy to get records so that that's one reason we know the things that happened in Florida. Okay, fine. All right. Okay. Okay, so, But your hypothesis is that because the weather is better, it attracts a lower I like flies or mosquitoes or something back there drawn. But then Chris comes in with Mr Analytical. Poopy poop over there. Don't say anything else, though. Find Sherry. I was in support of the rear end. All right, John. I googled you at least want to hear what I came up with that really? We moved on. No. Go ahead, John. Outside shot. Go ahead. Yes, No. Great. All right, Well, this is what a headline says. What's the sub headline to the main headline? It's okay. I haven't read the article. New Research finds that within the US those states with cooler temperatures tend to have populations with higher. Accuse their fine There. You have it. Thank you were bored. We're all bored now. Alright, Fine. Here we go. Also. Apparently there's a thing called covert anxiety which you have, Sherry. Is that right Before we get to the fact that you have cove in anxiety Have you gotten your vaccine yet? And you need any help to encourage you get a vaccine. This should help.
"david hernandez" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"With 187 cases reported Florida has the most confirmed cases of the UK covered 19 variant. The variant is believed to be more contagious. But health officials say both the Fizer and Moderna vaccines work against the strength. 33 States report Over 600 cases of the so called be 117 variant. The latest numbers from the state Department of Health today. 11,543 New Corona virus Infections reported 210 recent resident deaths. Miami Dade Mayor is ready to revisit the county's midnight curfew. Miami Days, chief public safety officer in chief medical officer will be spending the next month, doing a deep dive into medical data on Cove in 19 positivity rates and health protocols in March. They will present their recommendations to the county Commission commissioner Eileen Higgins is concerned about revisiting the curfew during spring break. We will have a lot of visitors, and we have sometimes struggled with that in the past, the mayor is also preparing to launch a new relief program, which will help tenants facing eviction. And their landlords Erica Rodriguez, Miami along Would police officer has been fired for hugging and mocking a coworker over her coronavirus concerns. A review by police chief David Data says the co worker told Corporal David Hernandez not to touch her and physically backed away from him. He reportedly hugged her and then began taunting her about her concerns. The woman says she cut her finger and her back while trying to push Hernandez off of her. Democratic Congressman Charlie Crist of ST Petersburg may take on Republican Ron to satis in 2022. I am considering I run for governor again, listening to people, you know, like my parents. My dad's a doctorate practice 55 years is the family doctor in ST Pete used to always tell.
Winker's HR ends Dodger streak, Reds get 4-0 win over LA
"Less than twenty four hours after the dodgers. Shut out the red six nothing. The reds return the favor in shutout fashion to even the series at one game. Each in the reds can win this series on Sunday. When the two teams collide at one ten GAB Jesse Winker, lit up the second inning with a home run to center in that one. Swing the bat snap the dodgers opponents streak of twenty four straight scoreless innings Yasuo points to run single to center in the third inning provided insurance, but. The store the game today was read starter. Tyler Molly who secured his first victory of the season. His pitching line six innings. Four hits two walks five strikeouts. In most importantly, no runs is the IRA drop to three point five one in Mali is now one in five while the dodgers sorta Walker. Bueller he falls to four in one with his first loss of the season. Bueller? Also lasted six innings, but he got tagged for seven hits four runs, no walks seven strikeouts. And then there was that a Winker home run in his ERA Buehler's is at three point eight three four runs seven hits nowheres, five left on base for the reds, who improved to twenty one and twenty five. No run six hits one air nine left on base where the dodgers who fall to thirty and seventeen the reds may be in last place in the central but they're inching closer to five hundred in we. Keep getting sneak previews that the offense could be coming out of it. But like I said last night, and I repeat it again today and baseball takes you only as far as your next starting pitcher. Good pitching beats good hitting. We saw last night. We saw again today with Tyler Molly, and David Hernandez, a mere carrot in rice, sale