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In This World Series, It Was All About Home-Field Disadvantage

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In This World Series, It Was All About Home-Field Disadvantage

"Well how I can't recall that a go ahead two run Homer off will Harris in the seventh inning the Washington nationals with a six to win at Houston in game seven of the World Series and asks first World Series title pitchers David Strasbourg happy to bring the trophy back to the nation's capital a long way he sees like home now and there is just unbelievable for the first time in series history the visiting team what each game in a seven

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Tied you suggested letter Washington's David Strasbourg for the major league lead in wins with his fourteenth nobody on the two one that's here out to deep left field back goes Peter sent out the track stop by the wall Drury drives one high and deep field and Toronto is it their second home run of the night and now it's for nothing Carrano ninety those men pretty gal beast and that guy bread injury going to your Toronto past Baltimore five to their season high fifth straight win this is SportsCenter online on ESPN radio I'm Jim bass will cause football news Ohio state releasing thousands of text messages and emails that were part of an investigation conducted into urban Meyer's handling of Zach Smidt than what he knew about allegations of domestic violence made by Smith's ex wife and it takes dated January eighteenth of twenty eighteen my rights regarding Alabama's interest in Smith I have personally invested far too much into you to get you in a position to take the next step Smith was fired by Ohio state in July of twenty eighteen Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley says he's in no rush to name a starting quarterback read transfer Jaylen hurts is the favorite disease battling a pair of freshman I think he did a lot more actors snapshot of where these guys are really out as as camp on folds and so I would prefer to because then if you know you're able to get it out of the way you're able to start to focus your reaction on the starter and and then on to the team knows everybody knows and you can and you can move on I'm not super experience from experienced enough to know a darn sure not known of them right now so will we'll see how it unfolds college football's cream of the crop plants is that'll Sweeney on the idea that his Tigers all are and will be the hunted all season I don't make anything of it you know at that it never enters my mind set you know we're we're always focused on Clemson and we did in the standard that we talk about around here I don't I don't get caught up in you know some people some people will say would now your the hunt will we I think we've been hunting for a long time you know we've won a lot of games so you know for a long time we show up there by wants to beat us so we make it all about Clinton we make it all about the standard clubs and will make it about anything else meantime Greg McElroy on SportsCenter non Alabama getting over that Clemson hump and getting back on top well they're trying to get back to that Alabama factor that's been kind of the mention of what the said pretty much every time is taken to the podium this offseason thank you just find a sense of urgency.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Our top story at eleven o'clock. Governor Rondi Disentis has signed a death warrant for Robert long, a convicted rapist and serial killer long was captured in nineteen Eighty-four for killing at least ten women. In the Tampa area was sentenced to death in nineteen eighty-five. The governor's office has confirmed. The execution date is set for Thursday may twenty third long will be the first inmate on death row to be executed under governor Disentis, and there are three hundred thirty three others still awaiting execution date. The Tampa mayoral election was a blowout. Former police chief Jane castor crushed her multi-millionaire opponent, David Strasbourg, seventy three to twenty seven percent. The fifty nine year old address supporters last night at her victory party standing here before you tonight as your next mayor. I have never been more hopeful or more excited about our city's future Strasbourg than more money on his campaign than any other candidate in Tampa history. Despite opposition the senate's about to approve a plan to add more toll roads, some in lightly populated areas of the state environmentalists. They it'll cost sprawl and pollution, but sponsor, Tom Lee of Hillsborough county says extending to toll roads and adding a third will help borough communities and hurricane evacuation. The I seventy five and I four corridors are becoming a navigable times. Just because of the congestion the project would add erode from Polk to call your county. Extend Florida's turnpike west and stretched the Suncoast Parkway to Georgia Gordon bird, NewsRadio WFL, Saint Petersburg woman's blaming a pest control company for her cats death. Caroline Stadler hired terminates to treat her house for termites, but the contractors showed up at the home this week and tended the house earlier than expected. She tells news channel eight listless get off work at one. Now, let's come by and get my cat and all my stuff now and everything out. But when I pulled up around one thirty my house is already ten with my cat and site Stadler later.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"At eight ten K long, NewsRadio WFL a another warm day today. Eighty five and lots of sunshine. It's sixty four degrees at NewsRadio. WFL a Tampa, Jane castor as your next mayor those election results that sends a resounding. Message to our community. No, it says a resounding message to the nation. That celebrates its diversity and lifts everyone up. Caster will be the city's first openly gay mayor. She won in a landslide seventy three to twenty seven percent over multi-millionaire banker David Strasbourg who admitted he was in an unfamiliar spot. Losing is not fun losing is unfamiliar to me. I've been a winner so often in my life. But today the voters have spoken accept their decision. The seventy six year old spent five million dollars on his campaign. The most in the history of Tampa that's three hundred forty five dollars for every vote compared to just forty four dollars a vote for castor stress was a former Republican and Trump supporter before switching his registration to the Democratic Party. The fifty nine year old caster Tampa's former police chief she had the support of outgoing mayor Bob buckhorn. She won all but seven of the city's one hundred three precincts turn out overall was low just twenty three percent with fifty three thousand people casting ballots. The Tampa city council races have also been decided one of them came down to just a few votes, Orlando goods be Jeffrey roads by one hundred fifty seven votes for the district five seat. Joseph Ciccio, Walter Smith for the district one seat and John Dingfelder beat Stephen Lytle in district three race vanilla county..

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Stories to a detention deputy for the Pinellas county sheriff's office has been terminated following an incident at the jail sheriff Bob Gualtieri says former deputy James Moran was supervising inmates who are emptying trash when one of the men tossed a cookie to a bird sitting on the dumpster for most people anybody this got need. Those commonsense reality perspective. It's no big deal. Whatever the fed a cookie that was going into the dumpster to too. But apparently all of those things that I just described deputy James brand doesn't have call Terry says Moran ordered the inmate to drop and do fifty push ups when the man. Couldn't complete the task. Altieri says Moran kicked him in the ribs. The man reported the incident when he was released from jail last week. In addition to the termination, call Gary says Moran has been arrested for battery. It's election day in Tampa as voters decide the winner of the run-off between former police chief, Jane, castor and retired businessman. David Strasbourg caster says she wants to continue to serve the city when I was sworn in as the first female police chief, I said at the end of my tenure I wanted to be remembered as a good chief, not as the first female wall stress highlights his up by the bootstraps success story. I started my journey of the American dream sweeping the floors of a Bank that same journey. Brought me here to Tampa the city. I love voters will also fill three city council seat. Polls are open until seven tonight. And the Florida Department of highway safety says at least two hundred thirty three people were killed in Florida by distracted drivers in two thousand eighteen April is distracted driving awareness month. With Florida news..

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"David Strasbourg the election will Mark the end of eight years in office for Bob buckhorn who released a video on his Facebook page to reflect on his time in office. I came here to big stuff. I came here to build a city. I came here to change the city came here to pull a city up by bootstraps from that recession that had knocked sweat buckhorn. Talked about some of his big milestones. Like, the completion of the Tampa river walk and hosting the college football playoffs and the Republican national convention, but corn says he'll be grateful forever. For the past eight years. The university of north Florida poll taken last week showed castor leading stress by thirty six points. It's five O five at NewsRadio. WFL? A this is a Bloomberg market minute. Stocks advanced ahead of the long weekend. Shares of Pinterest and zoom video surged as to technology companies traded for the first time realtors. Report this morning on the number of homes that changed hands last month. He communists, say the pace of existing home sales probably slowed in March this week will also bring reports on sales of newly built homes home loan, demand and home prices, Paul. I've amount of Russell investments tells Bloomberg radio this will be an important week for corporate results. Our main focus here is on the week ahead where we started yet some of the industrial dole weather's like Caterpillar, we start to get some of the mega cat take names coming in Amazon, Twitter, Facebook, and Microsoft, or among the tech giant's that will open their books this week today, we hear from Halliburton and whirlpool polo. Ralph Lauren introduced a new version of its classic polo shirt made entirely from recycled.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Jane cash, David Strasbourg Jane cast will be joining us right here on Tampa Bay on Monday, the seven o'clock hour. Yeah. We we got all your news and everything, but we do not have all the puzzles and the jumbles and all that good stuff how he's trying to promote us, Jack. I know, but I'm telling you what we don't you know, I can print you a bunch of puzzles every morning. Natalie jumbles, can you can you get a bunch of jumbles for Jack cares was actually going to maybe get them a book a big book of them. That's not as much fun daily thing. You don't get the answer for the next day. So hard to please. A the new Tigers triple launch roller coaster is now open at Busch gardens. I think it's open now. I know you sound excited. You ain't getting on that thing, Jack. Oh, I'd get on that in a heartbeat. I love them you go without me. You're you're free to those things. I don't mind the straight on ones like the old wooden roller coasters worth more about speed. I'm good. I can do the speed. It's the flips. And the upside downs the twists and turns. That's where I'm like, Ted Webb. And I get scared about you definitely into because they said I was seeing something about the one part where you're doing a spin your heart doesn't move and from that spot that you'd spend in one spot. Yeah. How about you Natalie? Enjoy those things. Yes. I love crazy riots are a lot of fun. And I just checked in. It opens today so opening day. Yep. Free to. Charlie Belcher and on thirteen and then on nine they hit a couple of young ladies from there riding the thing. And it's the tallest launch coaster in the state of Florida hundred fifty foot skywards surge hip, and it takes rides forward and backward in a matter of seconds. And before you catch your breath, your sense sideways in the rides in heartline. Roll the inverted heartline roll, I send my friends up. I said I'm going to get some beer. I'll see you guys on the bottom. Then Tigers sends the riders down and around more than eighteen hundred feet of track. In speeds top out at sixty two miles an hour. Anybody need a slice of pizza while you ride the ride. I'll go get it. I'll be back when you're done that one would be fun. Right. You gotta wait till after oh, it's twenty five minutes after eight on AM Tampa Bay a one other thing I was saying the other day that I would love to see the president send the military down to the southwest border. I've said that again, and again about three or four divisions that aren't doing anything, they're not protecting like, Fort Hood and Fort Benning in places like that. They're not protecting anybody. But they need to be down there at the border and the professor Stephen callous said it's an interesting concept. But this raises an important question. What are these servicemen supposed to do with a caravan arrives? If they approach and won't stop when they're told to do. So are the troops opposed to shoot them? Yes. They are invading the border, you know, shoot them in the arm or leg make them fall down. That'll do thing. It sounds harsh. And it's. You know, it's you don't want to see anybody get hurt or killed. But you do at some point have to send a message. So I could understand that line of thinking. Yeah, I'm saying, you know, shoot him in a foot shoot him in the leg. Whatever. Plush? Hey, if you take one more step toward invading our country. I'm going to shoot you. And if he takes the step if they're that stupid. Boom. They lose a leg or whatever the case may be, but they don't get across the border you stop them. And I don't think though those. Caravan's are that stupid? They're going to try to make it through a division of troops. And I think that's it. Nobody wants to anybody get hurt. But a message would be sent there. So I could understand that. And I'm saying, yeah. So professor. Yeah. If they keep trying to come through your shoot him. That's it. Well, maybe it's a little excessive don't they have those sound weapons that you can just point at someone and it makes them feel uneasy in the funnier. I like that one. If they go home. As I'll do that. Yeah. You have your buddies drag them away because if you shoot them in your intending just to give them a flesh or something you miss them by some, you know, you make a mistake you should him in the heart. Then you have a whole big national issue on your national issue San protecting his thinking border and the guy wouldn't stop. That's from you thing with cop talked to somebody on the left people. They won't say that all screw the people on the left. They're wanting them in there because they want those illegal voters voting Democrats still part of the country that we gotta find a way to work with them as hard as that is kill 'em. Tampa bay. Sean.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Defender, Jessica Manuel insys John Chuck's terrible. Act was the result of psychosis and not motivated by rage. More than anyone not a single person told you that wasn't the case. Everybody agree for whatever faults, John. He loved his daughter if found not guilty by reason of insanity. John Chuck will be sent to a state mental facility if he's found guilty. He faces life in prison. A Polk County man has been charged with three counts of first degree murder and denied bond Haines city. Police say thirty six year old earns shares are shot his twenty three year old girlfriend Jenny normal her six year old daughter and her mother Friday night at the citrus ridge apartments after an argument officers found the little girl with three gunshot wounds. She died on Saturday. Early voting is underway in the runoff in the Tampa mayor's race between former police chief, Jane, castor and businessman, David Strasbourg. It will continue through Saturday. You can find a list of locations at vote Hillsborough dot org election day, April twenty third it's six three on NewsRadio. WFL a Stoute's move slightly lower. The Dow down twenty seven points to twenty six thousand three eighty four the NASDAQ down eight to seventy nine seventy six and the s&p down one point two twenty nine zero five taking a breather after three days gains as earnings from Goldman Sachs and CitiGroup disappointed. Tiger Woods lost a lot of corporate sponsors during the last few years. But now those that stuck with them. We're glad they did a PECS marketing group says the final round telecast of the masters generated nearly twenty four million dollars worth of exposure for woods corporate partners, including Nike monster energy, drink Bridgestone. Tailor-made Warner Brothers Zam is sitting atop the box office ahead of Universal's little and lionsgate's critically panned. Hell boy. But it shouldn't get too comfortable. There'll be just one more weekend. Have relatively light competition before Disney kicks off the summer movie season with offenders and game fandango says it sold five times as many tickets in its first week of pre sales than adventures 0 war for NewsRadio WFL a on Adrienne Mitchell. At the Bloomberg business update..

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"It has twenty seven engines eight minutes after liftoff two of the first stage boosters were back on the ground Cape Canaveral and the main booster landed two minutes after liftoff on a floating platform, hundreds of miles out into the Atlantic. It's the first time all three boosters have landed successfully David Strasbourg says he has proof that Jane castor manipulated crime data while she was police chief he made that claim in his opening statement at last night's debate in the race to be Tampa's next mayor caster denied the allegation last night's debate. At the Tampa theatre the final one before the election on April twenty third a proposed highway would connect Collier. And Polk counties. State lawmakers are calling the heartland highway the highway of the future some who oppose it worry. It will destroy wildlife and natural ecosystems in the region. The measures expected to go before the full Senate within the next few weeks. A state psychiatrist was back on the stand and John John jokes. I degree murder trial in Pinellas county. The defense continued to object to Emily Lazarus testimony that when she questioned John Chuck the state hospital in Gainesville in two thousand seventeen she felt he was Malinga ring or faking symptoms of mental illness. Tau John you're tempted to lie, and is it your professional belief that Malinga in in the same. Maybe John Chuck pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity for dropping his five year old daughter Phoebe to her death on the dick Meisner bridge in two thousand fifteen it's ninety four at NewsRadio. WFL a weather, isn't it? 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 them of America. The Luke Ross Blue Shield association is an association of independent locally.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Purchase prescription drugs online and performed unauthorized medical procedures out of his house news channel eight acquired recordings of the phone calls massive made within acting mayor Terrance row. The two men talk about officer Kenny Howard who arrested massive for practicing medicine without a license. Go down without of been joking about that the old movie. Gotta answer for you know. I wanna you know, those go down without somebody answering for deal the documents obtained by the Tampa Bay times show, the sixty eight year old Masset also paid someone to collect his drugs throughout his time. In office masses in the Pasco county jail, charged with five counts of attempted murder for firing on swat officers the night of his arrest in February David Strasbourg has he has proof that Jane castor manipulated crime data while she was police chief a made that claim in his opening statement at last night's debate in the race to be Tampa's next mayor caster is denying the allegations. She says Strasbourg no idea what he's talking about last night's debate. At the Tampa theatre was the final one before the election on April twenty third more tension in Pinellas county courtroom on Thursday in the first degree murder trial of John John. Chuck defense attorneys continued argue and challenge state psychiatrists Emily Lazarus over testimony at when she question John Chuck at the state hospital in Gainesville. In two thousand seventeen she felt he was faking symptoms chained to detect line. Correct. I'm training to take Malangre. Yes..

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Florida Matters

Florida Matters

06:16 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Florida Matters

"This is Florida matters. I'm Robin Sesing ham. A new mayor of Tampa will be elected on April twenty third. The two remaining candidates, David stress and Jane castor, debated recently as the studios of W E you in Tampa on Friday, April fifth, we'll hear that debate on today's Florida matters. But first conversation with WSF USF Steve, newborn, who's been following this race. Hi steve. How're you doing Robin? Tell us how we got to this point. There was a big field of candidates running for Tampa mayor, the primary election pitted seven candidates, Jane cast the former police chief almost won the election outright. She nearly had the fifty percent plus one needed to win the election outright and David Strasbourg, whose name is on a lot of buildings here, including the performing arts center doesn't spend philanthropist entrepreneur. He came in second. He barely beat a couple of other candidates with about. About sixteen percent of the vote. So what are the major issues that the candidates have been talking about number one? And number two, I'm wondering if there were any issues that some of the other candidates were talking about that have kind of gotten dropped now that we're down to just two people. Right. There were so many candidates, seven candidates, they really had to create a niche for themselves. So some of these guess away of calling his peripheral topics came up during the primary, debates one of them was to for Morrison a businessman who came in last he put forth, the idea of having aerial gondolas built in the city plan would that be kind of the rooftop city called? It's very new urbanism. So obviously, that didn't come up, and one of the city council when it came in third place. Harry Cohen talked about climate change. You wouldn't think that on a local level that top of come up, but south Tampa is very low lying and rising sea levels are going to. Effect that peninsula I before anything else. So MacDill Air Force base is going to be affected. He mentioned raising the water and sewer pipes in that part of town as the sea level rises Ashby above water. Don't you much about that? So what we really been hearing about so far. The three main topics transportation which anybody who drives in this area at rush hour knows is close to gridlock. Affordable housing. The cost of housing has been rising exponentially in the city and the third topic is job creation, keeping the number of jobs coming into the city and reversing what has been a history of educated professionals, leaving say, college, and never come back. So reversing that pipeline. So what's been the mood of this race? Is it been pretty civil contentious? How would you describe clear, Robin? There's no love lost between these two David stress has been trailing pretty far in the polls, and he has. Taken the offensive, he's embarked on, what caster has decried as negative campaigning. He's taking her to task on, for instance, a statement that she made that crime was reduced in the city during her watch in the past twelve years, which includes more than her time as a police chief by seventy percent. He brought in so called experts to talk about that. And this is kind of set off a tete-a-tete between the two. He claims there false numbers. And she says they've gone through Florida Department of law enforcement, all sorts of official agencies. So that's one thing that has touched a raw nerve between the two, what criticism does she have of how she says that he doesn't have concrete answers when he's asked about the issues stresses come up with these campaign ads that have him, for instance, holding a broom saying is gonna sweep out the excess waste and fluff. He says he's gonna cut the city budget by ten percent. When you ask specifically, what he would cut. He said, well, when I go in office, we do an audit, and we find the fluff in waste. She's criticizing him for not having any specific answers to these questions. So the polls in the past have shown the Jane castor was way head. She was the clearcut favorite is that still the case and also what kind of turn out are they expecting? Castro has made a point of saying on the stump that only twenty percent of the people, one of every five voters voted in the primary, and she makes a point that this is a race from there and also a couple of city council races that affect people directly more directly than for president for governor for Senator, which always have bigger turnouts considers more of a buzz around that. So the thing is you can't really take the polls to heart this time because this more likely going to be less than that coming to the polls for the runoff. So whoever gets out the vote is going to have the clear advantage and stress has. A big money advantage. He's put several million dollars on money into this race. He's got a lot of ads. So it doesn't look like it's going to be such a clear cut outcome right now. That's W USF Steve, newborn, who's been covering the race for the mayor of Tampa, Steve. Thanks so much. Thank you Rohan, now, we'll hear the debate between Tampa mayoral candidates. Jane castor and David stress which took place at the studio of WVU public television on April fifth. The moderator is rob Laura of Florida this week. Tapa voters will choose their next mayor in the runoff election on Tuesday, April twenty third Albie asking number of questions, including, including several sent in on social media by members of the public. The candidates will also have a chance to ask each other question. And each closing statement to begin all ask each candidate a question. They'll have a minute to respond, if I think it answered needs a rebuttal, it will last thirty seconds, our first questions for both candidates, and we're going to start with Jane castor. And then David stressful answer to our streets are in gridlock during morning and after noon drive, tell us specifically what you would do in your first year in office to ease traffic congestion miss caster.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"That party coming up here just before nine o'clock big announcement. But right now, we're gonna go to the store teammate weather center meteorologist lease span and lay I reckon we're getting back to average temperatures now. Yeah. This morning, he kinda walk outside. It's surprisingly cool. But we warm up very quickly today. I mean all the way back up to seventy nine which is warmer than yesterday about average for this time of the year. Then we go above average, which is your favorite right, Jack. I'll take below every time it it it it. It will be nice this morning. It actually pretty comfortable even this afternoon. Well, we're going to look back on this and love it is probably the last cool weather. We've got until November it's seven sixteen and let's go to the newsroom Chris treatment. Former vice president Joe Biden is fending off accusations of two. More women who say, he touched them inappropriately. The New York Times reports a former college student and sexual assault. Survivor and a writer have come forward with new accusations bringing the total to four the alleged incidents are said to have happened three years ago, and in two thousand twelve attorney and first time candidate Lori Lightfoot is the winner of the race to be Chicago's next. Mayor Lightfoot will be the first African American woman and first openly gay mayor in Chicago's history. Lightfoot defeated Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle in a landslide Tampa two candidates for mayor or accusing each other of lying about the city's crime stats. David Strasbourg says Jane castor misrepresents the facts when she claims that during her time as police chief crime dropped seventy percent casters campaign stands by the claim and says strategies negative and bizarre campaign has sunk to a new low. I'm Chris tranquil NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports from the ninety five. Three WD a in AM six twenty sportscenter on Aaron Jacobson, the raise one again, they're five and one now on the season after blanking the Colorado Rockies four to nothing yesterday at Tropicana field. They'll try to make it a sweep today at the drop in a one day game. The USF men's basketball team tries to take the college basketball invitational championship tonight against the Paul that game is at eight o'clock. USF leads that best of three series one game that nothing the lightning lost to the Canadians Boorda to last night on the road. They're back at it. Tomorrow on the road in Toronto to take on the Maple Leafs. Puck drops at seven o'clock and don't forget today at nine o'clock, the NHL they're going to be making a special announcement about something cool happening right here in Tampa Bay next week. We'll have all the details and info right here on NewsRadio. WFL a an on our website and social media pages. For more on these stories. Listening to Tampa Bay sports radio ninety three WD a in AM six twenty where you can check out the patent Aaron. Starting at noon to touch my monkey your traffic. Coming.

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Newsradio 970 WFLA

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Today, lots of sunshine and a high of seventy nine it's fifty eight degrees at News Radio WFL, a a security breach at President Trump's mar a Lago resort. In Palm Beach has led to the arrest of a Chinese woman. She managed to get on the property by deceiving security over the weekend. While the president was playing golf nearby a little bit afternoon, Saturday Yuejing Jong, according to court documents approached the security gate at mar-a-lago and presented to Chinese passports and said, she was going to the pool now due to language difficulties club security officials mistakenly shot thought she was a relative of a club member who had the same last name and allowed her onto the property wants through another checkpoint. She told the receptionist she was there not to go to the pool, but for Chinese American friendship event, there was no such event receptionist notified a secret service agent that John was not on the club's access list. Chip Reid reporting. She was carrying computer equipment that court. Records say could have spread a virus? President Trump has flip flopped on his effort to reform healthcare after calling the GOP the party of healthcare. Trump has now decided to punt the issue until after the twenty twenty election political analysts Leonard Steinhorn says the president may have realized it was a political loser. They're handling healthcare turned out to be very very unpopular their approach to healthcare has been unpopular. They lost a house in large part because it healthcare. They were surprised and upset when the president tried to do that. I think they pushed back on him. And I think that's when he said we're gonna kick the can down the road. Trump says if Republicans win back the house in two thousand twenty the GOP will pass a new healthcare law to replace ObamaCare. Chicago's next mayor will be the first black woman and the first openly gay person to serve as mayor in that city. Former federal prosecutor Lori Lightfoot defeated Cook County board president Toni preckwinkle to win the mayor's race city where it doesn't matter. What color you are? And we're surely doesn't matter. How tall you are. Toldzeborters last night. They did more than make history by electing her. They created a movement for change. Democrats did not get the complete Muller report as they had requested from the Justice department that could lead to legal action. Ohio Republican congressman Jim Jordan told FOX and friends Democrats are being reckless. You got the chairman of the intelligence committee. Adam Schiff, saying go ahead and make that make public classified information. Now, that's scary. Attorney general bar has said he expects to be able to give congress the mother report by mid April. But as working with special counsel mower to make sure sensitive information is protected California. Democratic congressman Adam Schiff continues trying to speed up the attorney general with pressure at the other day. We're not going to allow this attorney general handpicked by the president to oppose the obstruction case to bury Muller's report and findings on Capitol Hill. Mike Emanuel, Fox News. There was a new development in the Pinellas murder trial. Of John, John Chuck defense attorney Jessica manual explained to judge. Chris Hollinger concerns about John. John Chuck's current mental state. Then you well said she thought John Chuck had been hallucinating. Judge hellinger ordered a court psychologist who conducted an impromptu evaluation of John Chuck and that Dr determined that he was mentally able to proceed with the trial. Jurors were then dismissed for the day earlier in the day. They did hear more from psychologists testifying for the defense about John checks, mental illness. John checks lawyers are hoping to convince the jury that John check was legally insane. When he dropped his five year old daughter to her death from bay area bridge in two thousand fifteen Sharon Parker, NewsRadio WFL a with less than four weeks until Tampa mayoral run off election candidate David Strasbourg's criticizing opponent. Jane casters message that crime drop when she was Tampa police chief strategy has retired cop. Gary Pruitt backup his claim. It's not really a reduction in crime is the way. That we report it. Now, do we still have the same amount of victims? Absolutely. We have the same amount of victims. We just stick them. In one report. The castor says her statistics are accurate, and we're not manipulated in any way castor says they were also audited by the FBI and the Florida Department of law enforcement, the nation of Brunei is being condemned by the United Nations were at the use of strict punishments for violations of Islam law. The lowest punish gay sex adultery and rate with death by stoning and Steph to them petition rubbery and insulting the prophet. Muhammad could also lead to a death sentence while having an abortion carries a penalty of public flogging the United Nations saying the laws enshrine in legislation cruel and inhumane punishment in breach of international human rights law. Brunei's government says the lowest aim to educate respect and protect the rights of all people, Simon Owen, Fox News. I photograph of a black hole will be revealed by the European Space Agency. It said that on Tuesday, it will unveil a photo of Sagittarius. A that's next week. The photo of the massive black hole at the center of the Milky Way. Galaxy will be shown at press press briefings around the world one week from today. It's six thirty six at NewsRadio WFL. A weather's bluecross.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Bar. I don't really know about that one. Well, anyway, you have to think about it are the knock knock jokes Siri told me a knock knock joke. Not knock who's there? Isabel who is not working. It's another one. No, no. Seri- wasn't that good today today? She's she's a couple good ones. The last couple of days. I feel like I chuckled. Jackie got one for us. I don't have a one liner. I've got these questions. Like, why do come pilots wear helmets? That's a good question. They spend waste money on helmets. But anyway, let's shaving find a better one. What are they use sterilize needles for death by lethal injection? And I don't know. By the way, we were just talking about Woodstock Marty ballon he was at Woodstock with Jefferson airplane. He's a local guy who passed away last year. One of his buddies Chuck is coming on to join us because him and his wife. They have a local movie that you know, some fill that was filled in parts of the bay area and up north as well, they're going to share that information with us coming up next. I met mardi way back in the forgotten. Why or where but he was from here. It's eight almost eight sixteen and let's go to the newsroom and Chris treatment Tampa mayoral candidate David Strasbourg's questioning the results of a deadly police shooting took place while his opponent for mayor was Tampa police chief strategist visited the mother of Jason westcott who was killed by police five years ago in a drug raid on his home in river band. When officers say pointed a gun at them Strasbourg. There might have been a police cover-up. Jane casters campaign says strategies is exploiting a grieving mother to score political points. President Trump wants nothing to do with a democratic. Proposal to expand the supreme court. Many Democrats are still angry that the Republican led Senate refused to consider President Obama's nomination of Merrick garland, the high court following the death of conservative Justice, Antonin Scalia in two thousand sixteen about seventy percent of fresh produce sold in the US has pesticide residues on it. Even when washed the environmental working group has released its annual analysis of data from the department of agriculture and found that strawberries, spinach and kale had the most pesticide residues. Chris tranquil NewsRadio WFL a now. Let's check sports from the ninety five three WD a and AM six twenty sportscenter on Aaron Jacobson. The raise made some moves yesterday. They signed utility, man. Brandon Lau to a six year deal. It's a twenty four million.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Ideas, our thoughts and our visions for Tampa a line in the future. We both understand that Tampa success necessitates a strong leader who is in touch with the community. Meantime, there's word of proposed debate will not take place Monday night, the chamber of commerce invited both castor and David Strasbourg Strasbourg out claiming a scheduling conflict, remember Aramis. Ayala, the Orlando state attorney who lost all her capital cases when she announced her opposition to the death penalty. The Orlando Sentinel reports. Dialys husband David voted illegally in two elections. He was a felon and before amendment four went into effect. He couldn't vote destroy Ella claims. He didn't realize he was still barred from voting at the time. A sir man wanted in connection with a crime spree along Florida's west coast and other areas is in custody. Investigators say James Lilley is a suspect in the fact of a trailer in tools valued at forty five hundred dollars from a construction site on longboat key. The fifty year old is also accused of stealing a vehicle in Venice along with thefts of tools and construction gear in Georgia and South Carolina. US marshals arrested Lillian Brayden. He was booked into their Sara soda county jail on grand theft and burglary charges Ricco show. Newsradio WFL a even though the house overwhelmingly passed a resolution condemning anti semitism. Thursday, many who voted for it expressed frustration that it didn't condemn Minnesota Representative Ilhan Omar by name for her remarks about US-Israel relations, those include south Florida democratic congressman Ted Deutch words matter. For generations. They have had dangerous consequences for me for my family and four my people. This shouldn't be so hard bay area. Republican congressman Greg was one of twenty three house members who voted against the resolution, which also condemns anti-muslim bias and white supremacy. Tele Hassi far from the people close to the money. One state Senator wants to make our state capital. A little less distant for most Floridians, Kevin raider wants a study to see whether it would be better for the people and for lawmakers to make Orlando the state capital, but it would also mean moving the state supreme court and governor's office. So it's not considered likely to make progress. Martin skelly the so-called farmer, bro who raised the price of aids drug from thirteen to seven hundred fifty dollars a pill serving a seven year federal prison sentence for securities fraud. Now, the Wall Street Journal reports skelly is running his business from behind bars. Using a contraband phone. Federal inmates are not allowed to have cell phones. It's three oh five at News Radio. WFL? A whether is next.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Tampa Bay's News Radio ninety nine point one Newport, Richie ninety four point five Saint Pete Mondo five point nine Tampa. W x t be ninety seven point nine HD. Two Clearwater nine. Seventy WFL a Tampa. And online at WFL a news dot com. Good afternoon. I'm Dana mills our top story at three it's castor versus Stratus. Former Tampa police chief, Jane castor and businessman, David Strasbourg, the top two finishers in Tuesday's election. So they advanced to the runoff next month. But castor came very close to taking it outright with forty eight percent of the vote to fifteen percent for stress and today caster earned the endorsement of the incumbent mayor Bob buckhorn. What I think about who. I want at the helm of this community when I leave not someone who's going to undo the work that we've done what someone who's going to take us to the next level and build on the foundation that I've left just like I built on the foundation of mayor Oriole left and mayor Greco and mayor Friedman there is only one person in this race. But at his election night party stress urge Tampa voters to think about the issues that defined casters time as chief when you get your ballot in the mail. Remember, the red light cameras? Remember, the ambulances remember, the racial profiling and vote for David stress for mayor has criticized caster for the city's bike citation program that came under fire for the disproportionately high number of African Americans ticketed caster synced apologize for that program. The runoff election is April twenty third coming up crisis at the border. Florida's central credit union.

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

07:30 min | 3 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Six twenty one on AM Tampa Bay and our big story. Of course is the president's speech last night, his state of the union speech, and I'm still staggered by the numbers being that they come from CBS and CNN viewers seventy six percent approving of his state of the union speech in seventy two percent approving his immigration proposals. That's to me stunning. I mean that's overwhelming. And I'm sure the folks have CNN and CBS aren't very happy about that to say, the least he did announce that he will be meeting with North Korean leader, Kim Jong Hoon at the end of February in Vietnam. The twenty seventh will be the first day for that meeting. And he had some interesting comments as well on North Korea. As part of a bold new diplomacy. We continue our historic push for peace on the Korean peninsula. Our hostages have come home nuclear testing has stopped. And there has not been a missile launch in more than fifteen months. If I had not been elected, president of the United States. We would right now in my opinion being a major war with North Korea. Would be a very controversial statement to say the least some of the grown road ladies in white. I think if I had not been elected president of the United States, and you immediately here. Well, there was talk of war on both fronts in in Asia with North Korean and obviously what's happening over in the Middle East and Europe right now, but he has been very successful in the Goshi meeting with Kim Jong UN who's a nutcase over there running that country. But in fact, many people are saying he should have won the Nobel peace prize. Obama got it for doing nothing. I mean, even the Nobel committee now says he didn't deserve it. He didn't do anything and yet. Sworn in yet. And they gave it to game the peace prize. When the other thing he brought up last night would show some hypocrisy on the part of the Democrats is that back in two thousand and six the very same people who were fighting against the wall now were pushing for the wall and couldn't get it successfully done, and that included Obama and Hillary and all of these people that are anti wall. Now back in two thousand and six they were pushing for a wall before Obama became president. Which is again, there's rank hypocrisy there to say the least did you see what our local Representative Cathy Castro had to respond to. They say you might want to sit down. Okay. Okay. The president refuses to acknowledge the urgency and excavating cost of climate crisis own American is the most significant crisis of our lifetimes. I would love yet Kathy. And I I. So here's how she's going to fight it. She invited the national chair of the N double ACP along. What what because well, no climate crisis and economic injustice go hand in hand that's a quote now. How does that? How does she explain that? She doesn't she just says it and keeps going her mother was very very smart, Betty castor who was in politics and commission and later president of USF at one time, and she was very smart lady in our member working with her, and I knew Kathy when she was just a little girl. I used to I spoke at some just a little Democrats some temple terrace event every year. And she and I mean buddy brought the kids and what I'm was Cathy. She seemed like a normal kid, then she's turned in one idiot. This thing. Seemed like a normal kid. What chain? Well, I mean the hell happened. I'd love to get her here. Okay, kathy. What are we going to do to change the climate, Kathy? What happened to you between your childhood? And and what did how did the we get out of the ice age back before they were human beings on the planet. How did we get out of that and have such global warming at the time? And how are they having a climate change on Mars right now? Do we need to go up there? And and what does she want to do take the ACP up there or whatever? The end up Lacey pay because we know climate crisis and economic injustice go hand in hand. I'd love to hear an explanation of that. Can you can anybody come up with an explanation of how? Injustice and climate change go hand in hand again, I guess the dinosaurs weren't getting paid enough back then in the ice age. So we had climate warming and guess because of that gas is more expensive for certain people than others is. That's what I'm getting out of that. Well, that's true. They are very careful to look if you come in and poor. They're gonna charge me. The third thing that's weird on here. She doesn't mention once in the entire. Press thing that she's a democrat doesn't say anywhere on here this year. I would think Democrats would be a little embarrassed by stupid things like that. Eight hundred nine six nine nine three five to what did you see last night at the state of the union that interested you and really moving forward President Trump. There was some, you know calls for unity. I felt like in that speech. And it was something we're not used to seeing from our president. And I and I thought it was good. I thought it was a nice look for him. I think the best thing was when he pointed out, we will not become a socialist country. And in spite of the fact that may Bernie Sanders constipated last night. It was good to hear the cheers and a USA USA chance and things like that. I want somebody here if you can explain it to me call and explain this Kathy castor thing that climate change is related to economic inequality injustice economic injustice. I gotta hear that one man should should the state of the union be sponsored maybe by Doke, Alex for Bernie Sanders or something like that just to get them through the night. I think so make some money at the same time. You know, man that was unbelievable. Hey, by the way, we are going to be talking about the I think we got Jane castor on this morning. We're going to get the candidates for mayor on city of Tampa the election coming up on March fourth. And of course, there's gonna be a a re election among the top two between the top two in April. I can already tell you Jane castor today. Ed tarantula will join the show tomorrow. Borrow and Toepfer Morrison will join the show on Friday. And then we're going to try to get David Strasbourg gonna get them all before the election, but right now and just about all the polls former Tampa police chief, Jane castor has a commanding lead at this point. But again, we'll be talking to her later on this morning. It's coming up on six twenty nine on AM, Tampa Bay NewsRadio. Now streaming on your Amazon echo at over two thousand devices fire the iheartradio..

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"david  strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"david strasbourg" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Sorry. That's a little bit different from that. But to say, the least that was Ritchie, Al havens, Eric. Hey, by the way. Want to get our may oral thing out over the weekend. Tampa Bay times endorsed, Jane castor. I don't know if that's going to help her hurt or I would guess probably going to help her. But looking at the well, the Tampa Bay business journal has done a major survey on this. And I haven't seen what it is this week at the end of last week they had thirteen hundred and thirty-three responses. And Jane castor way ahead. Thirty two percent went for Jane, go to Twitter at WFL a news. We have a poll up the final four Jane Cassar right now leading the way in our poll as well. Yeah. Harry Cohen came in second in their politics. Sixteen percent Dickie Greco at eight Toepfer Morrison. A twenty four percent Toepfer Morrison. David Strasbourg was only five percent of last week. Tarantula can Suarez four five percent. Anyway, we'll have to I'll get Tampa Bay business journal online and see how they're doing on that now. Anyway, it's seven fifteen and let's go to the storm teammate weather center in meteorologists lease span and Lee we hit average high yesterday, but we're going to be above average for awhile reckon. Yeah. Just like you. We are going to be above average. All. I'm out seventy five today seventy seven tomorrow near eighty for Wednesday Thursday and Friday, the one thing people do need to watch out for there might be a little bit of patchy fog this morning, but mainly it's just low clouds, they're not necessarily bothersome and your visibility. But even those will break up so great news spring like weather here in February eight that the truth. Oh, yeah. But I'd rather have wonder whether it's sixteen after seven let's go to the newsroom and Chris Trotman today is your last chance to register for the Tampa mayoral election next month race features a crowded field of seven candidates vying for a majority along with seven city council seats, upper grabs early voting starts February twenty fifth election day is March fifth. Police are calling the death of an off-duty TSA officer at Orlando international airport and apparent suicide the male officer in his forties had just clocked out of work before he jumped from the balcony of the Hyatt Regency hotel in the airport atrium on Saturday is fall caused. Havoc as passengers tried to flee the area, including some who went unscreened into a restricted area. The FAA had to halt inbound flights for two hours.

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