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"Of Dayton, Ohio. Will be charged with assault, disturbing the peace and violating an emergency curfew. It's still unclear what he was doing in Mississippi or why he attacked reporters. Shaquille Brewster, who was covering Hurricane Ida. Bagley was on probation for breaking and entering conviction and the trip to Mississippi violated that probation. More wild weather this from Spain, where freak storms record rain in the northeast homes and businesses were underwater. Rail service stop thousands without electricity. Now in the town of Alcon are flash flooding quickly turned streets into raging rivers sweeping away everything in its path out to sea furniture, trees and more than a dozen cars were found washed up on the local beach. 5 19. Let's go to Henry. All right, We're going to talk about our weather things much commerce really about the heat. More than anything else. We will have a little bit of that marine layer out there this morning. That marine layer has been very good to us. That's been keeping our temperatures very comfortable. But if you want hot conditions, you're definitely going to have that We're going to heat up quite a bit. Some areas almost 20 degrees warmer. Because of the holiday heat coming our way High pressure is moving back in. That means the marine layer is going to lessen. We won't see as much of that morning marine layer. It won't extended in the afternoon like it has been. We'll get to sunshine earlier, we'll get to warmer weather conditions as well over the weekend. Big bear. Why not? Labor Day Weekend forecast Looking Good Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Upper seventies to lower eighties. So this is one of those forecasts where, yes by big bear standards, a little bit warmer than average, But for most that want to beat the heat head up to the mountains. Such great hiking? Of course, we have the lakes and everything else and some great restaurants and bars to go along with it. 92 in Newhall 90 in Burbank, 85 for you in El Mani. Most of what we're finding through the inland valleys will be about a five to about a 10 degree warm up lots of eighties and through inland Orange County, obviously warmer in through the inland empire, Riverside 94. You probably are looking at triple digits both Saturday and Sunday. Downtown is going to go from below the average, which is 85 to above the average. We're going to be right around 90. Your Sunday.
Democrats Unveil $3.5 Trillion "Human Infrastructure" Budget Proposal
"For two key proposals of his administration. Democrats carving out a $3.5 trillion budget. That includes funding for the human infrastructure projects. The president also trying to shore up support for the traditional bipartisan infrastructure proposal Later today, he meets with state and city leaders. President Biden sits down today at the White House with governors and mayors from both parties to underscore that tackling the nation's infrastructure is a bipartisan issue. Attendees include the Democratic governors from Illinois and New Jersey, Vermont's Republican governor, Democratic mayors from Dayton, Ohio, Phoenix and Denver and GOP mayors from Oklahoma City and Mobile, Alabama. Obama, the White House says in this meeting. The president will emphasize that Democrats and Republicans in Congress have agreed on the critical need to put federal funding toward expanding transit, rebuilding roads and bridges, removing lead pipes and expanding access to high speed Internet. Karen Travers. ABC NEWS Washington Health officials
Police: 4 Dead, 4 Hurt in Shooting on Chicago's South Side
"U. S. mayors asked president Joe Biden for help to curb growing gun violence in their cities it is getting worse Dayton Ohio mayor nan Whaley the new president of the U. S. conference of mayors twenty seven mayors have signed a letter to president Biden calling for federal help as mass killings another gun violence continue to climb Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot every day in America needlessly yes we do need Washington to wake up to this reality Tuesday's online conference came hours after four people were killed and four others wounded in a shooting at a home in Chicago several mass shootings over the weekend in several cities still concerns about a spike in gun violence heading into the summer I'm Tim McGuire
Jay Helfert's Journey to the World Series of Poker
"On our last interview with you was almost all of the game of pool but you also are poker player a win. Did you learn poker in. How'd you get good at it. I started playing poker when i was thirteen. Years old A bunch of buddies of mine. A date fact where i grew up in dayton ohio poker was real popular with the kids and We started a regular weekly gave when we were like in the eighth grade. I used to ride a bicycle to whoever's house was having the game and we and we played for money we played for nichols dives and quarters. And you might win ten or twenty dollars so it was a good score back then. Did you ever play the world series of poker. Oh yeah well yeah. That came much much much later. I played when i came to california. I started playing in the car groups. That were down in gardena. They used to close at four o'clock in the morning and they be closed for two hours and woken up again at six. So we go sleep in our car and then come back at six o'clock and play. My favorite rooms. Were the monterey the rainbow which were right at each other they only you could only play five card. Draw high or five cards rallo. That were the only games offered back. Then and i kind of got away from it for a few years and then when they opened up the car groups again in the nineteen eighties. Were they allowed him to play. Seven card. stud. Hi lo split. I started playing a game. Reggie regularly. But i did and i started the first tournaments. I played at la. Were probably in the mid. Nineteen nineties and I didn't play and they were one hundred two hundred three hundred dollars tournament. I didn't go to the world series of poker until two thousand and three eighteen years ago. And the very first tournament i played in was the limit holdem which was like the first heard of it back then. It was a two thousand dollar tournament so that was a big part of it for me. At the time
House to vote on $1.9 trillion COVID relief bill this week
"Trillion coronavirus Relief bill will go to a vote this week. Republicans in Congress say it is too much money. Here's Congressman James Comber from Kentucky. Congress already appropriated $150 billion in the cares act for state and local governments. And not all this money's been spent. So the Biden administration is looking outside of Washington, D. C to build their case. Here's NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith. When Mesa Arizona Mayor John Giles looks out his window at City Hall, he can see the convention center. It's become a hub for those seeking help in the pandemic. And on alternating days it is people that are there too. Up there drunk and get £50 of food, putting their trump or its people. They're waiting in line to get the vaccine. So it's a pretty sobering view from the mayor's office. His city got $90 million in relief funds last spring spent it all and Giles says they easily could have filed receipts for double that. Sobering view from his office window explains why this Republican mayor is pushing hard for the $350 billion in funding for state and local governments in the bill. You know this is it's just too important to engage in silly partisan debates. Most cities and towns didn't get direct help, like Mesa did. They had to wait for it to trickle down through their states and counties. The deadline to spend it isn't until the end of this year, so some are trying to make it last as they manage strapped budgets. For months now, a bipartisan group of mayors has been pushing for more. In July. We called ourselves July or bust. That's Dayton, Ohio Mayor Nan Whaley, a Democrat. Her city's budget has been slammed by the pandemic so much so that she isn't sure they'll be able to train a new class of police officers or firefighters. This year. We're not like the federal government, we have to have a balanced budget. So if we don't get a federal money, no fire class Dayton is recruiting new firefighters and police officers but may not be able to bring them on board without more money. When it comes to the schools. It's a similar story. Congress has approved about $68 billion so far for K 12 schools. Well, not all of the funds have been spent. Education officials say the money is spoken for, and they need more. In Pennsylvania Palisades School District Superintendent Bridget O'Connell says they were able to reopen in the fall. And that meant hiring more teachers to reduce class sizes and to teach online So it is a staff intensive endeavor to educate kids during a pandemic Staff aren't paid up front, which is one reason why it may look like funds or unspent. And the bulk of the money Congress approved for schools last year is just now going out. Superintendent Sean Record from Pema, Arizona on Lee found out last week how much his district can expect to get. I have a list of all you know of things that we need in order to be able to You know, provide better social distancing more safety for teachers, more safety for students. They've been open nearly full time since the fall making do with the money. They have his message to critics who point to unspent funds and say schools don't need more. It isn't a light switch. The money doesn't get approved one day and spent the next And that's why President Biden and Democrats are pushing ahead with new funding and say they can't wait for Republicans in Congress to come around tomorrow. Keith NPR news
Some Mayors Sound Alarm About What Happens If Federal Relief Falls Short
"Down to the wire on Capitol Hill. After a months long political tug of war with very real consequences. Consequences, like whether jobless Americans facing hunger or eviction will get any more relief whether businesses will have more help to stay in business. And whether cities and states get federal dollars to help a police, firefighters, teachers and other crucial employees. Dayton, Ohio's Nan Whaley has been one of the mayor's sounding the alarm about what happens if federal relief fall short. She's a Democrat, and she joins us now to talk about her concerns. Welcome back to all things considered glad to be with you all today. So tell me, what do you see happening specifically in Dayton, Ohio, if, as it looks to be the case, aid to state and local governments just Doesn't make it into this package. Lawmakers are negotiating on Capitol Hill. Well, it will have a direct effect on city services this past year to get through 2020. We had 102 employees take a voluntary separation program, so we have huge holes throughout the organization that we haven't re aligned yet. For example, housing inspection. You know, the number of folks retired in housing inspection. And so that makes housing inspection pretty much almost non existent right now And then for our 21 budget, which is balanced because we are a local government, we must always balance our budget. We have no police class for 21. No fire class either. So that will mean you know as people retire, You know, we have. Ah, pretty, You know, robots. Attrition rate that one class equals the people coming in. We will have less police officers and firefighters in 21. We ask you. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has often called the relief that you are waiting for that is state and local relief. He calls that a blue state bailout you know, sending money to places that haven't managed their budgets well, is how he has characterized it. What do you say to that characterization? Well, Iet's so off base. He just has no sense of what's going on on the ground and what's happening in normal people's lives. The fact of the matter is is when the first care package came The top 38 cities in the country did receive significant relief. The thousands of other communities that people live in did not receive any so we're talking about small towns, Cities cities much smaller than Dayton. That haven't seen any sort of fiscal help. And this is where the rubber meets the road in the frontline workers are so that's what's so frustrating about this, you know is it has nothing to do with the facts on the ground or what we're seeing in our communities. It just has everything to do. With the political football game of the D. C. Beltway that said, politics aside, some jurisdictions have actually seen their tax revenues pick up since the start of the pandemic. So the urgency to help those particular jurisdictions isn't as great right now. What is the case? For Dayton. Well, we've We've lost millions of dollars this year and expect the recovery to be very slow in 21. I mean, we still don't have the vaccine in the city of Dayton this week. So you know, we aren't one of these big cities that has all the assets and access to those kind of things. So so your front line health care workers, your senior citizens? They're not getting vaccinated right now. Right now. No, we're not going to start until Christmas Eve is my understanding. If we get the Madonna vaccine, we have got no Fizer vaccine in Montgomery County or in Dayton. So There are lots of places across the country like Dayton that is still waiting. And still, you know, mired in a very slow economy. You know, when this Senate was negotiating they had revenue loss is part of the decision. Absolutely, you know, put put it population and revenue loss. But at the end of the day, the vast majority of small communities and local communities are hurting. And what do we do? We provide police service We provide fire service. We pick up your trash. We fill your potholes. We move the snow. We provide your water, these air, not fancy things we're doing and it's not something that's a Democrat way or Republican way of doing this work, and that's what's so frustrating to me is You know, the D C Beltway has gotten so out of touch that they don't even understand the work that local governments do every day for everyday citizens. So let me ask you as this debate in Washington over coronavirus relief has gone on and on on on. How have you been explaining it to people in Dayton? I think people you know, definitely. Local community leaders have been watching this for months and months, and, you know, I think that's what people are saying they're seeing a D. C Beltway mentality that is so out of touch of what's going on and everybody's lives on the ground and And you know that's hard for me, too, because I believe that you know if they stopped playing games and would just do what the American public needs, it would help and still trust in our government something I really want to have to just give us what we need to get through this pandemic. It's not You know, Cities faults. It's nobody's fault. We're in this situation. The federal government needs to step up and do that. Nan Whaley is the mayor of Dayton, Ohio. Thank you very much for joining us. Oh, it's great to be on thank you so much for caring about our local communities.
GOP senators push to fill Ginsburg's seat before Election Day
"And GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell are making a push to nominate and confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg, replacement at the Supreme Court before the November election. Trump telling a crowd in Dayton, Ohio. His plan is to nominate a woman. That is the only thing I'll say for the women. It will be a woman. Trump says his announcement will be made Friday or Saturday. Ginsberg's burial is next week at Arlington National Cemetery. Source says the conversations in the White House and the Connell's office have centered on two finalists Amy Cockney Barret, who is at the White House on Monday, and Barbara Lagoa. Karen has long been a favorite of conservatives and was a strong contender for the seat that eventually went in 2018 to Brett Kavanaugh. Trump said today that he had five finalists probably 40 women and had started speaking to them over the past two days.
GOP senators push to fill Ginsburg's seat before Election Day
"And GOP Senate leader Mitch McConnell are making a push to nominate and confirm Ruth Bader Ginsburg, replacement at the Supreme Court before the November election. Trump telling a crowd in Dayton, Ohio. His plan is to nominate a woman. That is the only thing I'll say for the women. It will be a woman. Trump says his announcement will be made Friday or Saturday. Ginsberg's burial is next week at Arlington National Cemetery. Source says the conversations in the White House and McConnell's office have centered on two finalists Amy Cockney Barret, who is at the White House on Monday, and Barbara Lagoa. Garrett has long been a favorite of conservatives and was a strong contender for the seat that eventually went in 2018 to Brett Kavanaugh. Trump said today that he had five finalists probably 40 women and had started speaking to them over the past two days. McConnell insistence. Actions now are not counter to what he did in 2016 when he held up President Obama's nomination of merit Garland to take the seat left vacant by the death of Antonin Scalia. Even though the election was two thirds of a year away, McConnell said no appointment should be made during an election year. Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins says she's holding him to what he said then consistently and Being president. Staff. Four Republicans would be needed to block the president's speedy effort. Utah's Mitt Romney would only tell reporters before I have any kind of going with my colleagues, which I'll be doing tomorrow. And if I have something at that point, you know, But it is. Alaska Senator Lisa Murkowski is also opposed to any such nomination and confirmation before the election.
Ever Hire The Right Person For The Wrong Job
"So this is a quick shout out. One things. Look I'm hired a lot of people. You've heard me mention that. I've hired some amazing people in my career. And some. Not. So amazing right. But The ones that stand out in your mind you know when you look back over it. Everybody's got a story right? You have a story, I have a story. I remember some great stories of being hired on some impossible tasks in pulling it off. I I don't recall if I mentioned. I was a consultant at Lexus Nexus. I was hired in as a business analyst. As working for actually software consulting firm. In they got me a role at Lexus Nexus near Dayton Ohio. In there was just an amazing adventure but. During the interviewing process. My immediate superior had another candidate. That he preferred or SOM- told. In the. His boss. was very pleased with the woman who was leaving the role and she was trying to we call backfill. She's trying to back fill her position with me because we worked at the same consulting for. Him The. The boss, the project. The highest level that I was interacting with he looked at my skill set and he said, well, you know, I don't see all the. The seashell Bourne Shell the. UNIX. now called devops, the UNIX system administration, the programming I you know I don't see that strength on. On his resume. In. The person who is trying to get me back filled was like ill, it's here. You know it's Kinda hidden under the covers you know because of this role he can do X. because a y you can do z. kind of thing and was making the argument for me. And, that's that's why you as talent trying to get hired is you have to have a conversation with the hiring manager. It's that simple if you're going through the HR department to get a job. It's it's like you going into fight with your hands tied behind your back as not a fair fight by any means. So. I said all that to say. What can you do if your talent to get hired as you can put your best foot forward? How do you do that? It's not with the resume. You send him a resume its going into an applicant tracking system. I'd say nine out of ten times. If not more, it's almost guarantee in the ATS is Ben Tuned to the point where It's told give me the top three or four candidates for this position. and. If there's any reason to eliminate you say a mommy gap. You. Raisin a kid or apparent gap taking care of a parental unit Keva lemonade yourself. You WanNa, send your linked profile your linked in profile. Your chance to say, Hey, here's what I can do. Here's what I've done. Here's why I'm the best person for that position. and. If you hiring manager look, you need somebody that can hit the ground running right? Hr was put all these lofty ideals into the job requisition. You know we'd like it. If you had a Nobel peace prize would like it. If he had six PhD's, we'd like it if Yada Yada. Yada. In the hiring managers like look I promise the company that might division, my department, my group would produce X. and we're nowhere near there because we're down a man or two or three. Me and being a species not sex. And so. Hiring managers you need to reach out so I can put you in touch with talent. That makes sense for what you're trying to accomplish says making some sense.
Lego Fans Tricked By Counterfeit Kits
"Lagos, are more than a toy, their investment, the company that makes those little plastic building blocks pulled in more than five point five billion dollars in sales. Last year, they often sell legos in special kits, sometimes depicting famous movie scenes and they retire those kids after a while making them collector's items for fans and upping their value. But where there's money to be made, there are also scams. Let's go into the world of counterfeit. Lego sets with Stacey Vanek Smith and Sally herships from the PODCAST, the indicator planet money. Tom glasco lives in Dayton. Ohio is three kids and they all love Lego, which is how he got into trouble. He'd been looking for a LEGO ray resistance fighter for his son and so perusing facebook one day I saw an ad for it for what seemed to be a low. But maybe not too low of a price. The exiting was half price just thirty bucks. The pieces weren't the same quality and they didn't go together quite as nicely as regular legos Tom had bought what turned out to be a knockoff. Lego set a counterfeit on their own legos are just these little plastic bricks. You can see why it would be tempting to make. Counterfeits chronic air pot or an apple watch or something the biggest and most notorious. These counterfeiters is a Chinese brand called Leppin. It operates completely openly I mean you can visit the company's website Leppin, world dot com and you will see that its logo and Legos logo are almost identical. But if you end up buying a knockoff, you don't just risk getting a flimsier product you could also ended up costing yourself money down the line if you're planning to resell your legos later on to understand how the LEGO scams work I turned to a superfan Steve Elliot he is thirty eight and lives in Albany Wisconsin if someone posts like a big seven, hundred dollar. People will zoom in and look to see if they can see the legos stamp on the top of a brick, which is called a stud. They don't see it. They'll accuse them of it being a knock off products. The lego community is enormous. There are whole websites like brick picker, dot, com brick link, and facebook groups like star. Wars Lego collectors USA, and if you buy fakes even accidentally and try to resell them, you could get yourself banned in two thousand seventeen something unprecedented happened in the Lego aftermarket, the secondary market, the prices of big sets, those giant boxes with thousands of. Lego pieces they started dropping, and this is according to brick picker. One of those Lego pricing and investment guides unprecedented here here's a clip from the brick picker youtube channel. Now, elephants in the room of course, is the Millennium Falcon and take a look at legal Millennium Falcon Graph when the Lego Millennium Falcon was first released over a decade ago. It was the most expensive legos ever four, hundred, ninety, nine dollars, ninety, nine cents, and then the price shot up to almost five thousand dollars but a couple of years ago it dropped by more than thirty percent in less than a year. By this set was one of the worst decisions that I made in my entire collection brick picker said. In Alkan started cropping up all over the Internet from places like let's knock off Millennium Falcon sets, which, of course, sell for much less a Lotta the Lego fans I talked to you were pretty upset about this. So be careful out there the next time you are shopping make sure you are getting the real thing
The Great Lego Scam
"There's a massive scam going on, but this GAM isn't about the coronavirus or vaccines it's is about Lego. Tom. Glasgow lives in Dayton Ohio and he got scabbed he has three kids, seven eleven and sixteen, and they all love go, which is how he got into trouble. He'd been looking for a Lego X ray resistance fighter for his son that's the spaceship that Luke Skywalker an RTD to fly in star wars and so perusing facebook one day I saw an ad for it for what seemed to be a low but maybe not a too low of a price. and I thought Oh good. Let's grab that real. Quick Tom's is at the time x wings were going for about sixty or seventy dollars but the addy clicked on facebook listed it for a lot less the X. Wing was half price just thirty bucks but when the box arrived in the mail and Tom opened it, he found out that this great praise it came with a big catch. The pieces weren't the same quality they were. They were marsh more flimsy and they didn't have the same tolerances. They didn't go together quite as nicely as regular legos. The. Helmets for some of the mini figures weren't dual mode molded with a transparent pieces and solid pieces. They were just all solid and painted over yellow. Transparent Tom had bought what turned out to be a knockoff Lego set a counterfeit. He admits he may not have paid as much attention to the ads as he should have. But you know like it was this great deal and he trusted that in AD online would just be Like a group, the company that makes Lego in Denmark it more than five and a half billion dollars in sales. Last year like Oh is a huge business but this is not just a toy. Lego is an investment. The company retires it's kits after wild stops making them. So if you buy and hold something really popular and the price goes up, you could make a lot of money.
Best place to be a teacher? Washington, DC area ranks No. 3.
"Teaching is one of the most demanding careers not just professionally. But financially. Teaching in the D C region means you're likely doing a lot better than the rest of the U. S. A new survey from financial technology company Smart Asset has ranked the D C area. Third best for teachers, Everything from teacher's salary to student to teacher ratio toe homes with Internet access were measured. Those metrics are where our region scored. Highest teachers in the area earn on average about $81,000 a year, But we have to deal with some of the highest housing costs on ever. Ridge. The Baltimore area rates well on this list, coming in 12 the rest of the top five. Rochester and Syracuse, New York, Our first and second with Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and fourth and Dayton, Ohio, in fifth. Brandon Millman. W T O P
Dayton's Road to Pandemic Recovery
"We've been taking a look around the country at how different cities or dealing with the fallout from the pandemic. Today we head to Dayton Ohio unlike other places Dayton hasn't been a hot spot for the coronavirus and the death toll has been low but the pandemic is just the latest in a series of struggles. The city has faced in the past year our reporter Doug Belkin visited the city recently and joins me now Doug Dayton Ohio has been through a lot in recent years even before the pandemic from natural disasters to rising numbers of deaths the OPIOID crisis. Can you tell us a little? Bit more about the position Dayton was in before the pandemic it. It's a fascinating town. It really punched above. Its weight for a long time. Many years ago it was a home of a lot of innovation. The Wright brothers came from there there are a lot of major manufacturing companies and engineering companies that really employed thousands of people and built a Beautiful City in the early twentieth century. The housing stock is really lovely. But it fell on hard times. A lot of those companies moved south to chase cheaper labor and the revenue into the city declined significantly and then they had really hard shock. The financial crisis in two thousand and seven and eight pulled a lot of jobs out that didn't return and then the opiate crisis that was really ground zero. It's a lot of highways going in and out of Dayton and it made it a kind of a pitstop for these drugs and they were just hundreds and over the years. Thousands of people who overdosed from opioids. So they were very hard and then last summer they had a string of horrible tragedies. They had a tornado that wiped out part of the town and killed people they had A mass shooting in downtown shopping district that killed nine people and injured another twenty people and they had a Klu Klux Klan rally Which really hard for the people there so last year was very difficult moment for them and all of that brings us up now to the pandemic and Ohio responded to the coronavirus pandemic with one of the nation's strictest lockdowns how has the corona virus now impacted Dayton and our elected officials grappling with it so the virus itself has not taken deep root there the shutdown or have been very effective or at least the pandemic did not make huge inroads. There's been about fifteen people who've died in Dayton of a city of one hundred forty thousand six hundred confirmed cases so the sickness has been. You know it's the specter has there but the fear was a major problem in the shutdown and the economic implications of the shutdown have been dramatic. And what we wrote about in the story was a lot of of what that's done to the economy to the people in the town to the churches in the town and even to the revenue of the city. And how they're gonNA deal with it and how they're sort of handcuffed because they will have less revenue to keep their social safety net strong so we spoke to the mayor of the City Nan. Whaley WHO's trying to lead the community through this and this is what she had to say. And when since we all become mayors because you can see directly the impact you make you get to make decisions and you have this control but the more you do it the more you realize the less control you really have. So what she's talking about here is the fact that these these tragedies that happened last summer in the pandemic it's going on now are all national and international issues. The handgun issue is a national problem. The racism issue that the KKK was part of is obviously a national issue tornadoes. That came through As part of the change in climate and this pandemic as part of a global problem and one thing that they all have in common that the mayor belief is that the federal response has not been robust enough to help cities and towns and they are ending up dealing with these problems by themselves with much smaller resources than the federal government. Has IT Doug? You also spoke to members of the Dayton community. What did you hear from them about how they're coping right now? So a lot of folks were really knocked back on their heels by the shutdown A lot of business owners you know. Obviously they shut down their businesses and they were concerned that they wouldn't be able to restart them and a lot of folks were laid off from their jobs. I spoke to one woman named bridget. Hadn't who has had to dig into her children's college savings account to get by these last few months. And here's bridget. I think this is going to Their their futures. They're gonNA come out of this with a lot of debt Things that they shouldn't have to endure at their ages. I planned for this. I planned in plan for this so that they wouldn't have to do this and now I'm giving into their college funds just to be able to survive day to day and we know that the people around the country are digging into their children's college savings account to get through these periods of unemployment. This is a national issue. And it's it's playing out in Dayton along with everyone else and a big question that all of us are grappling with now is what happens next when the pandemic is over and and what does our new normal look like. Here's mayor naturally again in what she had to say about that. I do think during the tragedies of Dayton last year I did feel the region really come together to support the city. The city center which was very special. I worry that that could go away. Because of the WACO vid puts people in their corner really fast both politically and like literally in the corner. You know in their home. Dave chapelle lives in that area. The wonderful comedian and he gave a show after the the mass shooting to help bring the community together and to heal the community and one thing that the mayor said was that that's not possible now. People can't gather here show so she asked. How do you heal a community? That's gone
Blood center using recovered patients' plasma to fight COVID-19
"It's a treatment for covert nineteen that may be saving lives right now we're drawing and somebody's from people who have gone over this infection essentially passing that immunity over to the patients that are going to this infection Dr Robert Cologne is heading the team working on this treatment of premier health systems in Dayton Ohio and he had to patients who could have been treated a husband and wife both on ventilators but only one could get it and the decision was left of their adult daughter heather who spoke to ABC news my first question was like how my how my specific between my mom and my dad luckily her dad was responding better to more conventional treatments over my Connie got the plasma infusion within a matter of days she was feeling better Terry our wild that they had to make that decision either she had the strength to do it and she says I don't know it might treatment
Obama-backed documentary on Ohio factory wins Academy Award
"The documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length documentary was produced and directed by my guests Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are it was the first film acquired by the Obamas new production company higher ground which is distributing it in partnership with Netflix last year American factory when the Sundance directing award in the documentary category the movie is about what happened when a Chinese company opened a new automotive glass factory in Dayton Ohio in the same spot where a GM company close just a few years earlier the new Chinese factory foo yell glass America was greeted is great news by Dayton and by men and women in need of jobs but as time went on it became apparent there was a considerable culture clash between how the Chinese treat workers and have the American workers expected to be treated especially those workers who are used to having the United auto workers union behind them and no longer did some of the workers are making half as much in our IT Fujio than they did at GM by focusing on this one factory the film is a case study of what the global economy means for some American workers and how hard it's become to find work that pays enough to have a home and support children right guard and bogan are with the perfect people to make American factory they live twenty five minutes away from the factory and their previous film the last track documented the closing of Dayton's GM factory the last track was also nominated for an Oscar your record Steve Bognor welcome to fresh air congradulations on your Oscar nomination and on the film thank you Terry so what were the expectations in your hometown Dayton won a Chinese billionaire announced that he would open a new automotive glass factory there on the site of the GM plant that close you know people were very hopeful we had lost the GM plant almost eight years before when chairman Chow who's the you know Chinese billionaire who bought that old rusting General Motors plant when he came to town it just everybody was really very excited yeah after that GM plant closed things were so hard for so long I mean people lost their homes the job you could get were like at the Cole's distribution center or payless shoes warehouse distribution center or fast food people making nine Bucks an hour and and imagine your middle aged you gotta cater to your mortgage and you're making nine dollars an hour it's just like it was so hard and there was such hope went went through yeah now yeah so what were the incentives for the billionaire the Chinese billionaire the chairman who opened this factory in Dayton well one thing is if you make glass in the Midwest right on interstate seventy five right if you think about it goes from Detroit all the way down through the south all the auto makers are all along there so heavy glass no longer has to be shipped from China to reach the big three and all the other automakers and you know labor costs and China have been going up over many years and labor costs you know what people make per hour in the US have been going down and so the chairman and his team the free out team we're doing a lot of calculations about the cost of shipping the cost of energy labor costs and at some point it made sense for them to come to the US and and actually chairman shall told us he was also asked by General Motors by some of the other automakers to set up shop in the Midwest because they needed more Cassidy more more reliable glass delivery you know the chairman is seventy three years old now he's exactly my age as it happens he I think wanted a kind of capstone project to his life and he wanted to create a big huge plant in the United States this was a huge challenge his family was against him a lot of the Chinese other businessmen were against him it was kind of a personal decision on his part to go ahead and do it despite the opposition from people close to him it's such an interesting clash of cultures that we see in American factory expectations regarding everything about work from pay and benefits to what workers are expected to sacrifice for the privilege of working for the corporation let's start by comparing what automakers made at the GM plant when they were unionized and they were in the United auto workers to what they were making at Fujio which is not unionized well in in the film shown a Rosser who worked at the old GM plant and now works of Frida she says it varies directly she says that GM she was making twenty nine dollars and some cents per hour and if we out she makes twelve eighty four so that's less than half of what she used to make and you know she has several children she's got she has a house that they actually lost they lost their houses they couldn't they couldn't make the mortgage payments after GM closed it's a very different world and you know here here's the crazy thing it's like in China it's been a remarkable trajectory like China is on the rise and people in the film like Wong he once he is the furnace engineer who has been sent from China to the U. S. he's here for at least two years is not going to see his children for two years but he's been working a full house and she was like nineteen years old she is so dedicated to food out and it's offering him a path to the middle class he told us he's going to be able to build a build a house for his for his family for his kids back in China because he's making such good money meanwhile in the states people like Shimei who once had a blue collar middle class life modest but but secure they they have no security anymore and it's it's just very different landscape I want to get back to the culture clash between the Chinese and the Americans at the Chinese on factory in Dayton the American workers there thought they were working just like too hard for too little pay and the Chinese supervisors and the chairman that is the CEO of the company thought American workers that they're they're just lazy they don't appreciate what we're giving them and they want to much praise they need to be praised all the time where is the American workers felt like they were not being respected you know you're really putting your finger on something that I wish the management had recognized way earlier in that plant and I will I hope all foreign companies coming here begin to recognize that in our work culture workers expect to be respected expect to be not told do you just do this American worker will respond well why and maybe I have a better idea we'll look them look the supervisor right in the eye and question them this is not really happen in China very much it's just a different work culture where people do what the boss says boss says you have to work six days a week or seven days a week you just do it but in the United States we are we are expected we've what fought to have an eight hour day and the have weekends off that's pretty much unheard of in industrial work in China people expect to work twelve hour days six days a week the Chinese workers we spoke with we spoke with a lot of them they're not happy about it they don't like being away from their kids for most of the year or only seeing them on Sunday partly it's because that's what the culture has brought them to you know they've they've lifted millions and millions of people out of poverty in one and a half more last generations right but that has resulted in this really intense work life and people are proud you know Chinese workers are proud of their country they're proud of their company they're really proud how China is flourishing in the world I would say the American workers we now I can't say that they're proud of their company or they feel like really behind America like Americans really helping them rice in the world I think we're on a trajectory of less hope less possibilities we here in the US as far as working class people where is in China I think there's tremendous hope a tremendous sense that what our country is really has a huge place in the world to play there's a sequence that I I find so fascinating where the Chinese company bring some of the American supervisors to China to to see how this plan this kind of plan operates in China because the CEO of this company you know has one or more glass factories in in China so they bring them there and you see what it's like in China for the workers there first of all all the workers are in the union it's the communist union and seems like the branch of this union is headed by the CEOs brother in law true true yeah so what is the what I know strike one what is the union do for the workers there what is what is the meaning of the union well it's more like a social club either the union there because the the the Chinese Communist Party is so integrated and aligned with the management of food yeah now the traditional concept of the union that we would have here as an advocate for the workers in opposition to the company or to take on the company that that really doesn't exist the union that we saw and at Foochow in China is more like an HR department that helps build camaraderie esprit de corps you know that the kind of team building stuff and it's it's yeah it just felt different something else that really struck me and the Chinese segment of the film is that the supervisors talk to the workers in an almost military kind of way like to learn the workers would like line up information and the supervisor would kind of give them commands and then they'd have to like chance things at the end and they're chanting slogans like long as long as it's in praise of the company slogans they probably know really really well and don't really need to chance yeah it's this is just about their cultural difference it's funny because when one of the American supervisors when he got home he tried to get the Americans to line up in that kind of military formation and it just did not go that well you know it's like the people who signed up to work in this hot intense glass factory and the United States they're making twelve eighty four an hour and they're not getting paid enough to line up and be regimented like that there's a slogan that is said which I think so in kind of in capsules capitalism which is to stand still is to fall back wasn't that it's Steve yeah that's one of things a chance the morning on a day to stand still is to fall back and that's that's true of capitalism it is weird that the this communist country seems like the best capitalists in the world right now you know that they're sold they've been so driven my guess Sir Julia Reichardt and Stephen bogan are they produced and directed the documentary American factory which is nominated for an Oscar for best feature length
Helping A Child Whose Parents Are Struggling With Addiction
"Around twenty children's sit around sickle inside the main Camp Lodge. Almost I only have a parent. WHO's addicted to opioids? The lights are dim. It's one of those moments you know is going to be intense and you should brace yourself even before it happens. Happens the eight to twelve year olds. Read the letters to addiction dear diction why do adults like you. When I'm older I will be kill? Kill you make me not like bog. Edad ed it's sad. You make my dairy goat prison. I hate you their addiction. You are immersed my worst enemy. You took my dad for me. My stepdad my aunt and bound to be my uncle so I just have to ask you a question could you please just go to hell. Signed Hyundai very sad kid. I hate you so I wish you wasn't. Will you kids so bad. I hate you go to to help. This is my issue. Mommy the pain. These children feel L.. Is almost too much to bear and millions of families are touched by addiction. But remember that episode of Mister Rogers neighborhood where he tells children to look for the to help us. Well this episode of Life Kit is about how you can be that help because not everyone is lucky enough to go to a camp like this windy. Berkshire Director of campus and Dayton Ohio. Says kids shouldn't bear this pain alone and the most important thing is that you know. Oh that you're gonNA love most important thing to me. Is that your team. And you're no and you're heard after reading. Each child goes outside and throws their letter into a glowing firepit. They watched the letter to Addiction Bourne. Berkshire on other mentors hug them. And say I love you and you're so brave one little ten year old with big Blue Eyes as the last one in line chilly high. Listen IT S my mom. He missed him sweetheart in. I'm sorry mom here. I'm sorry what can you do if you'll see the teacher a neighbor churchgoer coach and you suspect something might be going on. Maybe or thinking yes. I'd love to be that person but I don't know much about addiction. Mary Beth Collins with the National Association for Children of Addiction says it doesn't matter we're not expecting adults to have to go and do a crash course you don't have to go And read a book all about addiction. You don't need to be able to speak clinically about substance use disorder all that you really need to know how to do is to be carrying to be loving and to be able to connect with kids and engage with them. mm-hmm that's as simple as it is. Okay but what if you want even sure there's really addiction family or maybe you don't want to overstep again. Mary Beth Collins says don't worry about it I invite this people to not get bogged down with that level of responsibility. You don't have to Komo for sure it's bad enough before you intervene. I'm covey the Cardoza and before I began reporting on addiction I used to think it mant mant parents strung out on the floor or they've disappeared for days or severe abuse going on but experts like Collins say that's actually not not true. Most of the time addiction takes place in families. That seem like they're functioning pretty well so you'll see them going to work or in Church walking the dog doc. She says the far greater likelihood of neglect or emotional abuse lake constant criticism or unrealistic expectations. Having said that a child safety of courses the most important so if you see signs of physical or sexual abuse definitely call the authorities. All of these children have experienced traumas sometimes abuse and neglect a growing number are in foster care. Many have apparent incarcerated dead or not in their lives. Alone is a national nonprofit that runs these camps in thirteen states many areas hardest hit by the the OPIOID crisis. The children meet at least twelve times a year so I think of it is an opportunity. That's Claudia Black an expert in the field of addiction. She helped start these camps years ago. Yes safe place for very young children to be where they can speak their truth where they can be honest about what it is. That's going on in their family. She says there's a lot of secrets and Cheam. Many kids don't even know what the word addiction means. They just know that parent is different. One eleven year old whose mother has been in Rehab. Several Times says this is how she explained it. If you really want to have a cupcake every single day in constantly constantly. And if you didn't have it you'd feel really schick. Black says that might not be the best analogy because well children love cupcakes. Rather she says she tells young children. It's like an illness or a disease with those who are older. She's a little more graphic. Something literally has their arms their hands wrapped apt around your parents neck. And that there's a choke hold and that your parents hands are tied behind them. They don't have the ability to reach up and pull pull whatever it is this got them around that neck and that so severely choking them in. I think that what we want people to a really grasp is that it isn't willpower. And there isn't a choice at this point without they're getting some kind of help. Okay so now. Let's get down to some practical tips Bryan Moss overseas all camps at Luna. He says these children are at higher risk for so using earlier and for entering the juvenile justice system will never be able to change. What's happened to them but what we can do is boost the protective factors and and lessen the likelihood of long term consequences? What are some of these protective factors that brings us to take away number? One being a caring consistent doubt in a child's life a help. Oh because Claudia Black says often. That's exactly what these children don't have a sense of mastery or feeling of success. At least one area of your life is really helpful to children and so the role that somebody could play play is how can I help develop that with child. Maybe that's with Helping this twelve year old boy work on a car with me and I'm the neighbor and and I teach him some mechanical skills and he develops a sense of mastering sense of pride around that. Or maybe it's win. This little girl comes to my house and plays with my kids. I get she and my kids involved in an art project and really try and further her talent because I see some natural talent in the art things you can do. I really really simple bake a cake. What you game going to hike kick around a ball ask about school collins says it's not about the activity it's about showing you care consistently those loving moments are what will build that trust in these children? And it's through through that trust through that consistent nature that they will start to trust you more when Michael was nine. He got into trouble unlocked for privacy reasons. We're only using his middle name. He was angry because his dad never spent any time with him. He was always dealing with Michael's brother Who is struggling with addiction? He would rarely come because he was with my brother or he was working. It was either one of the two. Michael didn't tell anyone how he felt. I hope but he was angry. I would slam the door as will as sometimes I hit my head on the wall and then walking out of class and and just not being able to control how I felt at that time and then one day miss missy accounts lettuce school started talking to him in the hallway just stuff like how a school today and what do you enjoy doing sometimes complimenting him Michael started going to her office to chat every day for two years she enrolled him in a Lunar Kemp. Michael says he always appreciated that. She didn't ask questions about his family. All pry. It's good to wait because you don't WanNa make a kid feel uncomfortable with answering the question themselves being that the kid. It doesn't even know what's going on in their life they just know it's an addiction and they just wanted to stop
"dayton ohio" Discussed on WTVN
"Shooting in Dayton Ohio at least nine people are dead sixteen others injured police say a man with a long guns started shooting outside a bar in the city's historic district last night the gunman was killed by officers before he was able to gain access into the bar police now looking to identify that gunmen and determined a motive they've opened up the convention center to try and reunite loved ones clearly the question of the race why does date and have to be the two hundred and fiftieth mass shooting in America date mayor Dan Whaley on her city's pain and anger after a gunman wearing body armor killed nine people and injured more than two dozen others last night it is the second mass shooting in less than twenty four hours in the country the third in a week this would normally be a Sunday what people would be walking through Dayton's popular Oregon district stopping at the coffee shops getting food at the numerous restaurants lined along the cobblestone road but hours after a mass shooting that killed at least nine and injured dozens the immediate area is blocked off with yellow police tape the streets are deserted the droning homecoming for media trucks as reporters look for any kind of evidence of the chaos from the night before why did it happen here that's what two communities are wondering as they try to come to terms with the unthinkable them ash shootings hours apart first in el Paso Texas and hours later in Dayton Ohio A. B. C.'s remember only day it's a beautiful Sunday evening yet there's a somber feeling is people quietly shuffle through this normally bustling Oregon district of bars and restaurants in downtown Dayton despite there being no rain today there were puddles of water on the ground and sidewalks crews work to clean.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Shooting in Dayton Ohio at least nine people are dead sixteen others injured police say a man with a long gun started shooting outside a bar in the city's historic district last night the gunman was killed by officers before he was able to gain access into the bar police now looking to identify that gunmen and determined a motive they've opened up the convention center to try and reunite loved ones clearly the question has to be raised why does date and have to be the two hundred and fiftieth mass shooting in America date mayor and then Whaley on her city's pain and anger after a gunman wearing body armor killed nine people and injured more than two dozen others last night it is the second mass shooting in less than twenty four hours in the country the third in a week this would normally be a Sunday when people would be walking through date was popular Oregon district stopping at the coffee shops getting food at the numerous restaurants lined along the cobblestone road but hours after a mass shooting that killed at least nine and injured dozens the immediate area is blocked off with yellow police tape the streets are deserted the droning homecoming for media trucks as reporters look for any kind of evidence of the chaos from the night before why did it happen here that's what two communities are wondering as they try to come to terms with the unthinkable them ash shootings hours apart first in el Paso Texas and hours later in Dayton Ohio A. B. C.'s remember only day it's a beautiful Sunday evening yet there's a somber feeling is people quietly shuffle through this normally bustling Oregon district of bars and restaurants in downtown Dayton despite there being no rain today there were puddles of water on the ground and sidewalks crews work to clean the horrendous site bullet holes can be seen in the windows of the restaurant hole in the wall Ned pepper's with gunmen tried to enter before being shot by police as a sign in the window saying don't re open Monday rain burly BC news Dayton vigils for the victims of two mass shootings over the weekend first the Dayton Ohio ABC's.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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Matt Lauer Accused of Exposing Himself to Former Today Show Producer
"The Matt Lauer situation in this whole mess at NBC and did you see that and M. S. N. B. C. executive allegedly was showing people a compromising photo of Maria Menounos former NBC talent that's call Razi anyway in this role in federal book at this Matt Lauer situation with the killers are actually coming out of the story that rolled out what was it lowers the last week or the week before about this producer at the Sochi Olympics who was well essentially rate she claims by Matt Lauer now we have the details as dribs and drabs are coming out the book publishers on Tuesday if I'm not mistaken and in this Ronan Farrow book a former today show Booker this is new Booker for the today show and that's an individual that's essentially like a producer or Booker and they booked guests so if there's a hot story if there's some you know a kid that fell down a well in in Dayton Ohio the Booker tries in and gets the family to do an interview in a live from the front lawn of the house yeah that's what a Booker does he'll try to make sure that the Good Morning America crew doesn't beat him to it and they get that's what a Booker does on the shelves this Booker Melissa Lauder claims that Matt Lauer exposed himself to her at a party in twenty seven twenty ten lata toll feral that Lauer lord her up to an empty office and an NBC cocktail party letter to a sofa and unzipped his pants and pulled out his erect **** well that was a cocktail party Lauer's attorney says that he never exposed himself to anyone he says this ridiculous story has been shopped around for years many allegations that are being circulated would never raise during any fact checking process we will not take part in the marketing circuits for this book Lotta reportedly told federal that she tearfully told and curry about the incident and says the curry told her or told to executives at the network about this and then you also have stories about I think curry as well as Meredith Vieira the told some of these women to go report this the fact that got together with the widely reported fact that NBC brash shut down fellows investigation at the Harvey Weinstein makes you wonder whether NBC is upper management are gonna survive I mean that's a
Trump gives Medal of Valor to officers who responded to Dayton shooting
"Dot com resident trump the suit today presenting the medal of valor to six police officers to stop the mass shooting in Dayton Ohio and five civilians to help prevent more deaths in the mass shooting in el Paso Texas in a few moments I will award six police officers from Dayton Ohio with our nation's highest public safety award the medal of valor. I will also honor five Americans from el Paso Texas with certificates of commendation recognizing the civilians who displayed tremendous bravery earns about stray bullets growing in Loudon county after one hit a woman yesterday stray bullets from target shooters have hit a number of houses and all the and Leesburg yesterday one grazed a woman shoulder while she was standing on her property several hundred yards away from where her neighbors were doing target practice supervisor Ron Meyer it's strange from houses being hit almost monthly your being a part and it's only a matter of time before the injuries or here he says the problem is target shooters don't need anything to catch the bullets I'm really optimistic that we will get some sort of farming requirement for the supervisors and their session in
Walmart Ends Handgun Ammunition Sales, Bans Open Carry
"This episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by sent pro online from pitney bowes shipping and mailing from your desk is never been simpler than with sent pro online from Pitney Leabeau's. Try It free for thirty days and get a free ten pound scale when you visit. PBA DOT com slash B W daily the UH from wintry. I'm David Brown and this is business awards daily on this Monday September ninth while you probably heard the headlines Walmart will no longer sell handgun ammunition in announced the change one month after twenty two people were shot and killed in a Walmart store in El Paso Texas. You'll also stop selling certain kinds of ammunition intended for hunting rifles but which can be used so-called assault style rifles as well. USA Today reported Walmart Mart currently sells about twenty percent of all ammunition sold in the US these actions it says will reduce that percentage to somewhere between six and nine percent. Walmart sells far fewer handguns ammunition. Currently the chain sells handguns only in Alaska. Those sales will end as well. The company stopped selling selling assault style rifles in two thousand fifteen and raise the age of all gun buyers to twenty one last year following the mass shooting in Parkland Florida in a memo to employees posted the Walmart website last Tuesday. CEO Doug McMillan said that he was moved to action by the El Paso shooting but also by numerous other events just in the past month alone own a few days before to employees were fatally shot by another employee in a Walmart in South Haven Mississippi since El Paso there urban mass shootings in Dayton Ohio and Midland and Odessa Texas all of which CEO McMillan referenced in his memo Social Media Lit up with calls for Walmart to get out of the firearms business immediately. After the passer shooting Walmart employees organized a walkout protesting Walmart's business and an employee led change dot org petition calling for Walmart restrict firearm sales and and both open and concealed carry in its stores received one hundred forty thousand signatures the Washington and Post reported Walmart is now asking customers not to carry guns into both Walmart and Sam's clubs in the twenty two states that have open carry laws in the memo. McMillan says it's doing so because workers and customers have been frightened by quoting here multiple incidents since El Paso where individuals attempting to make a statement and test are responsive responsive entered our stores carrying weapons close quote. He added that some customers carrying lawfully unintentionally created situations where employees call all law enforcement and evacuated stores by asking customers not to carry openly. Walmart is hoping to avoid future incidents. McMillan said the chain will continue to to allow people with permits to carry concealed weapons where concealed carry is lawful. Walmart said it will sell out its current inventory of ammunition. It didn't specify the size is or value of that inventory nor long expects to take before it runs out the chain is attempting to balance the new policies while still serving hunters and other sportsmen and keeping gun rights advocates in mind it will continue to sell long barrel deer rifles and shotguns along with hunting apparel and accessories gun control and gun rights advocates advocates reacted predictably with gun control activists welcoming these moves by the country's largest retail chain and pressuring Walmart to go further on the other hand the the NRA called Walmart's policy changes quote shameful still CEO Doug Macmillan wrote to the White House and Congress advocating for stronger background checks he called on Congress to renew debates on the assault weapons ban stopping short of endorsing the ban outright hours after Walmart made its announcement cement kroger the country's largest grocer also announced it would ask customers not to carry openly in its doors. The supermarket chain ended gun and ammunition sales in the months following the Parkland shooting. Walmart's biggest brick and mortar competitor target has been called the quote Liberal Walmart mostly for its stance on guns runs. It doesn't sell firearms or ammunition. In the early nineteen nineties it stopped selling toy guns designed to look like the real thing and it asked customers not to carry firearms arms into its stores five years ago in twenty fourteen. CEO McMillan says Walmart serves more than sixty percent of America's consumers in any given month month have given Walmart's pervasiveness. It's new gun. Policies may cause real change in part by spurring other companies like Kroger to follow its lead. One thing is for sure. These moves are certain to inspire even more intense debates between gun control and gun rights advocates. Hello from one this business Wednesday. If you like our show share with you could do that easily bright for most podcastone sir. 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"dayton ohio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Paso Texas and Dayton Ohio president trump was reportedly strongly considering tighter gun control measures however that is starting to change as we hear from ABC Serena Marshall very very strong background checks right now president trump switching his position again on guns following a lengthy conversation with the NRA president telling him he does not support universal background checks you know they call it the slippery slope and all of a sudden everything gets taken away we're not gonna let that happen following the recent mass shootings the president had tweeted bow sizing to to quote come together and get strong background checks but is the same type of flip we saw from him after the parkland shooting where he told Republicans you are afraid of the NRA before later backing away from some of the bipartisan talks Serena Marshall ABC news Washington well once the sun goes down you have to stay inside that is the temporary rule right now in the town of up to in the latest to ban outdoor activities after dusk as Tripoli was found in a mosquito that was tested by town officials now upturned is in Worcester county borders graft in which is home to one the two people in the state who tested positive for eastern equine encephalitis other restrictions are going to remain in place and told the first frost which could be in the fall of the smoke is still pouring out of a recycling plant in north Andover this morning a fire that had started last night and it is still burning WBZ's Kevin Coleman is at the scene and he joins us now live Kevin what can you tell us good morning Jim fire crews continue to battle this fire in north Andover as large clouds of smoke can senior to pour out this recycling facility and Jim just walking around here you can certainly sell health stick the error is from the smoke and fire she bill McCarthy just spoke and said first responders found heavy fire coming out of the roof line when they first arrived yesterday evening he said there have gotten most of it out but there is still fire they're battling from underneath the facility but she expects crews to be here all day and possibly into tomorrow in north.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Dayton Ohio still lowered from investigators on a possible motive of the Nile dead gunman who killed nine people including his own sister his family has now spoken out about the tragedy in a statement read by bell brook police chief dog darted that's family is shocked and devastated by the events of Sunday morning in the Oregon district they offer the most heartfelt prayers and condolences to all the victims their families and friends is investigating both cases of domestic terrorism in a third recent shooting to at the Gilroy California food festival were two children and one adult were shot to death another attempt to get president trump's tax returns really stand on overtime by his lawyers to keep that from happening the trump campaign in state national Republicans are arguing the new law forcing presidential candidates to release their tax returns easy legal the law signed last week by democratic governor Gavin Newsom requires candidates who want to run in the state's primary to turn over five years of tax information but the president's attorneys say it's unconstitutional respondents Steve Dorsey she won fame an aberration author Toni Morrison dead at eighty eight she would become the first black woman to receive the Nobel Prize in literature in two thousand twelve Barack Obama awarded her the presidential medal of freedom more since polls springs that kind of moral and emotional intensity that few writers ever attempted Morrison's writings would influence a generation and captured the imagination of Oprah Winfrey correspondent CBS correspondent Michelle Miller Asian financial markets U. S. market futures down this is CBS news.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on 550 KFYI
"Wall to wall is covering el Paso Texas they have completely dropped coverage of Dayton Ohio completely drop coverage of Dayton Ohio gunmen warned of immigrant invasion so has the trump campaign developing story why are they doing this here's why the Twitter account that is attributed to the shorter in Dayton Ohio Connor backs retweeted extreme left wing it anti police post as well as tweets Bordick antiphon anti fascists and protesters so yesterday I got a Facebook message or an email from someone that said aunt for hasn't killed anyone but the right wing has killed all these people that person disappeared they no longer want to talk to me because this guy a pared apparently was an antipasto Porter if not a member of the group antiphon so they are even discussing Dayton Ohio anymore this is all about el Paso Texas and how trump rhetoric motivated this guy to murder all those people what that Walmart no Paso it is again it's a laughable in one sense but where it's not funny there's nothing funny about the shootings I'm talking about the behavior of the media where it's not funny it is you are now intentionally intentionally cherry picking what the American people here in the news if you're a journalist and this is what journalism used to be the conversation would still be about whether or not the president's rhetoric or rhetoric in it in and of itself or motivating people to do things and you would have a wolf Blitzer or an Anderson Cooper that would say yesterday we know what happened in el Paso in the manifesto that was written and that there was language in there that sounded similar to the president's and is their responsibility there in the assumption was we saw the same kind of thing happening in Dayton Ohio and now we find out that in Dayton Ohio this person was a left wing activists this was somebody that was espousing left wing ideology anti police rhetoric anti flag anti fascist rhetoric he was a far left leaning person so does that mean it's extreme ideology on both sides it's motivating this behavior or is it that neither rhetoric is really doing it this is about mentally ill people that are looking for a reason to do violent things but instead what they've done is completely drop the coverage of Dayton Ohio all those people murdered all those people injured the gunman dead but his best friend and then he went with one did not killed get information and insight maybe from the friend but isn't it fascinating that now they have stopped completely talking about Dayton Ohio on CNN CNN that the rhetoric doesn't fit it is absolutely laughable to me for a moment let's go back to the humanity of the shootings in el Paso Texas this is private first class blended Oakley he was the soldier from Fort Bliss who was called a hero for saving.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"In Dayton Ohio the emotions in the wake of Sunday morning shooting that killed nine people there are wrong and they run the gamut crystal Jennings spoke with CBS is Jim crystallize this rage anger why why did this have to happen in our community in Washington the chorus continues for gun reforming Congress this a democratic representative and I'm sure Mitch McConnell should fall back in the Senate this minute you should pass over some background check bill that we sent to the Senate weeks and weeks ago which take up other gun safety bills I'm bill Rakoff the Florida man who male pipe bombs to prominent Democrats and CNN last fall has been sentenced to twenty years in prison Cesar say Oct pleaded guilty to explosive charges he apologized to his victims and said he never intended for the explosives to work they didn't among his targets Hillary Clinton former president Obama and Robert deniro six thirty eight now and nothing good almost yesterday we got our business update from Bloomberg Sandra day good morning Andrew I already got them and today could be another day stock futures jumping tough to keep away the bargain hunters for too long following losses of three to three and a half percent for the main indexes yesterday easily the worst day of the year so far right now as to be futures gaining almost percent twenty six points Dow futures up to nineteen relief coming is trying to re buffs fresh U. S. accusations as a currency manipulator and steps into limit weakness in its C. one currency the big drop in the one you're one yesterday is what helped touch off the big stock selloff hotel operator Marriott international suffered a big drop in quarterly profits when compared to a year ago was it took a one time charge a hundred twenty six million dollars related to that massive cyber breach in one of its reservation data bases but total revenue also disappointed in Marriott is now lowering its outlook for the year Andro day Bloomberg business on WBZ Boston's newsradio coming up more problems for our Kelly.
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"Francis in Dayton Ohio police say they may never know if the shooter her murdered nine people wanted to kill his sister whether her death was unintended very bold land a report among the unanswered questions here in Dayton is whether gunmen Connor bets intended to kill his younger sister Megan when he opened fire on the crowd in the entertainment district police chief Richard Beal says authorities may never know it seems to justify believe ability he would choose his own sister it's also hard to believe that he didn't recognize that was his sister to sister and another man travel together to the area but then separated the man who was wounded is cooperating with police the police chief says his relationship with making bets isn't clear jury bowed lander date no hiding trump administration a stepped up its tension with the fed as well socialist leader freezing all is government assets executive order Monday by president trump immediately bands American companies and individuals from doing business with the government of Nicolas Maduro and its top supporters along with the el Paso in Dayton Chicago suffered another weekend of deadly violence since Friday seven people were murdered there dozens more hurt shootings across the city at a press conference Chicago police superintendent Eddie Johnson wondered aloud when the violence will end our sincere condolences to those who suffer from senseless gun violence that gripped the nation over this past weekend from el Paso Texas to Dayton Ohio and once again here on the west side of Chicago and I couldn't help.
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"H. I. O. in Dayton Ohio I Jeff I wanted to hold you over because you're involved with law enforcement and and I so I appreciate that and and your expertise in this you you heard about the red flag law as someone who's worked with law enforcement and I think I believe you said you were in law enforcement what do you think about these red flag laws were the police show up at five AM banging on your door and hi I'm here to confiscate your guns when I was on in the mid seventies to early eighties who we are I don't know preteen is the correct word but we routinely confiscated some guns in situations where we felt that there could be an imminent threat of violence he's property room and allow people to come back a day or two later claim I I think that you know some solution or some relief that it's kind of twofold first I believe that those who identified through social media other channels or statements to family or relatives or friends threatened violence against anyone as the kid did here in in date who tried to kill all females in his high school at one point in time they just need to be removed they need to be picked up evaluated psychologically and you know state police have that power what a police agencies do the stage but it's a very hard to use when I was on the police department yeah we had the power for a seventy two hour commitment but when we took folks too well the state hospitals we were often turned away and this is the the pendulum of the individual rights that his swan so far left I have to believe that of those who who push the individual rights that agenda scream loudest for gun control and I just believe that yeah first when we can identify those who who obviously are are misbehaving we need to take decisive action to do something on that it's not just watch I'll I we buy and number two you know I think that the removal of firearms in particular instance it is appropriate where there is an imminent threat or where someone is is deemed to be unstable this is an unfortunate situation all these right what should I put this it's unfortunate here in Dayton because there were a lot of pain signals but we never did anything and it resulted in this tragic occurrence and this is what we do we Monday morning quarterback one more quick question and a lot of people who want to get on so if you could just kind of give me a quick answer in your time in law enforcement how have you seen crimes change it seems to me that there's a lot more mental illness in this country whether it's been whether there's more of it or it's now being acted out were it wasn't before what do you say I believe acted out is correct we used to see a lot of mentally ill but but not so much the mentally ill accompanied by firearms and violence now I believe that there is a lot more discord with the mentally ill resulting in violence or where weapons are at hand and so I think the situation is worse yeah it hasn't it's very set thank you so much for sharing your expertise in again are could our our hearts go out to the people in in Dayton because you know what there before the grace of god right it can happen anywhere thank you so much Jeff let's go to south bend Indiana Neil listening and W. to your senior good morning you're on the Brian Kilmeade show hi Mary hi how you doing a great job thank you Armonk army veteran and I also work for a school system and my point was they're not directing your attention to the mental health issue which I think is a lot of the root cause of these gun violence problems the some of these people that are obtaining weapons on the background check there's no red flags as far as mental health issue wonder younger like for instance the guy and Walmart you know or dead letter and did different things that should be put into a national database where if he goes to purchase a gun later in life they need to double check the CM if the individual is is stable at that time yeah well seeing that this is the problem and here's the problem with that and thank you so much be in working in a school system I you you have a bird's eye view of what's going on here's the thing is I don't know about you you know he wrote the the guy in Ohio wrote the I'll let Bob supposedly a book hit a notebook with the kids the boys who like to kill and the girls who wanted to rape and had talked about skinning his victims and wonderful things like that and he he was expelled and from what I understand this may change because as you know this information changes as the investigations go on he was allowed back into school after he had to write apologies to each kid on the list I don't know but you I don't want the things I did in high school following me and setting the path for my entire life so that if I get out of work a treatment for whatever it happens to be there is no coming back from that I don't like that I also the guy in no with the Walmart shooter third the guy in el Paso he's supposedly put this four page manifesto up online but within it like an hour or so of the shooting very quickly within the shooting so if there was no time to do that and they know that if it's going to be checked that's what they're going to do criminals are very is very devious when it comes to being able to pull off their crime they know how to get around the system so I think we walk a fine line do you want a mental health database that if you ever let's say suffer from post partum depression you were treated for it during the time and now you're fine well you know this person was on and you know name the drug whatever happened to be that you run we can't let her have a firearm even if it was twenty years ago when you had your first kit that to me is really dangerous this idea and I know that our goal our health records are between us and our doctor anymore I get that that is between us and the government now but we allow that to happen very readily now you see the problem with it let's go to Houston Texas Benjamin listening okay a CV Benjamin the morning hi how are you good thank you so you heard what the president had to say as possible possible remedies to this you talk we go take a look at social media maybe get them flag certain words you talked about red flag laws but we know there's problems with that he also mentioned video games as well here's the president talking about video games as a possible solution to this problem second we must stop the glorification of violence in our society this includes the gruesome and grisly video games that are now commonplace it is too easy today for troubled use to surround themselves with a culture that celebrates violence we must stop for substantially reduce this and it has to begin immediately I will say and you can you can disagree with me on this on our Eddie Vedder right Benjamin I I kind of think there's something there with the video games video video games are so realistic and so lifelike but if you lose you just buy another life it's no big deal and so I think it desensitizes us than the kid people who play this game mostly kids at a young age I know one eight year old who plays fortnight unlikely what so so the kind of to sensitize the maybe that is part of the problem what do you think well I completely agree there's definitely should also start starts in there but it also like what I've said with technology advances writing their own games people on our panel sorrels but pretty soon you're gonna be able to receive credit they are fifteen in a couple years I'm not sure about your I'm almost certain about that you know what I mean so technology you know it is a good help to get banned there even even in the big game the cargo flights great for songs people write their own guitar hero song and a plate of cells which whatever song they want so sorry metallic universe playwrights we're doing it already so technologies are gonna help that but main thing is you know I think the truck has a huge opportunity to really gain a lot of popular you just by coming out and kind of tampering do you oyster really he's got a strong really strong Iran is a twenty eight and people love a comeback story you know the people at all maybe not following him he had been taking questions from the media yeah I think it is a very calculated times are that are like sure that selection what was that but you know I think if you really just kind of take a step back he could barely when a lot of voters and in the next coming days it's going to be in it a lot of it is going to Pend on how he handles this however and thank you Benjamin preset listening server so a lot of time between now and November next November not just about right next November so much can happen in so much can change between now and then so I I told Michael good when I am not lame backs and you go and it's a cake walk for trump this election in twenty twenty I truly am not that comfortable err in Columbia South Carolina listening and W. Q. excel Erin you're on the Brian Kilmeade so good morning where are you I'm doing just crazy her with the president had to say what what what are your thoughts on on all of this that's a pretty much does over the last couple college I think you made a great a lot of great points that you know during times like these when when incidents like this happening everybody wants to say the right thing nobody wants to do the right thing and then legal gun owners like myself who would you know never in a million years the something is is heinous is you know what happened over the weekend you know it makes the hair on the back of her neck stand up like okay well I went to the you know one of the knock on my door at five o'clock in the morning coming and write that brought me to the whole point of why I called in you know I can just only imagine I obviously I can't speak for every law enforcement agency or officer out there but I can just only imagine how many of them yeah legally and holy responsibly own guns themselves and would being any kinda mass compensation law you know unconstitutional themselves and then you know just maybe like you know what I'm not gonna do it you know these these democratic lawmakers up in Washington you know they can they can put whatever they want on a piece of paper and raise their hand and say I but yes to this but at the end of day they're not the.
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"H. I. O. in Dayton Ohio hi Jeff I want to hold you over because you're involved with law enforcement and and I so I appreciate that and and your expertise in this you you heard about the red flag law as someone who's worked with law enforcement and I think I believe you said you were in law enforcement we think about these red flag laws were the police show up at five AM banging on your door I am hi I am here to confiscate your guns when I was on in the mid seventies to early eighties who we are I don't know preteen is the correct word but we routinely confiscated some guns in situations where we felt that there could be an imminent threat of violence government employees property room and allow people to come back a day or two later claim up I I think that you know some solution or some relief that it's kind of twofold first I believe that those who identified to social media or other channels or statements to family or relatives or trans shorten violence against anyone as the kid did here in the intake who tried to kill all females in his high school at one point in time they just need to be removed they need to be picked up evaluated psychologically and you know please have that power what a police agencies do these days but it's a very hard to use when I was on the police department yeah we had the power for a seventy two hour commitment but she only took folks too well the state hospitals we were often turned away and this is the the pendulum of the individual rights that his swan so far left I have to believe that of those who could push the individual rights that agenda scream loudest for gun control and I just believe that yeah first when we can identify those who who obviously are are misbehaving we need to take decisive action Jeff do something on that it's not just watch I'll I we buy and number two you know I think that the removal of firearms in particular instance it is appropriate where there is an imminent threat or where someone is is deemed to be unstable this is an unfortunate situation all these right what should I put this it's unfortunate hearing date because there were a lot of pain signals but we never did anything and it resulted in this tragic occurrence and this is what we do we Monday morning quarterback one more quick question and a lot of people who want to get on so if you could just kind of give me a quick answer in your time in law enforcement how have you seen crimes change it seems to me that there's a lot more mental illness in this country whether it's been whether there's more of it or it's now being acted out were it wasn't before what do you say I believe acted out is correct we used to see a lot of mentally ill but but not so much the mentally ill accompanied by firearms and violence now I believe that there is a lot more discord with the mentally ill resulting in violence or where weapons are at hand and so I think the situation is worse yeah it hasn't it's very set thank you so much for sharing your expertise and again our could are our hearts go out to the people in in Dayton because you know what there before the grace of god right it could happen anywhere thank you so much Jeff let's go to south bend Indiana Neil listening and W. to your senior good morning you're on the Brian Kilmeade show hi Mary hi you doing a great job thank you army veteran and I also work for a school system and my point was they're not directing your attention to the mental health issue which I think is a lot of the root cause of these gun violence problems the some of these people that are obtaining weapons on the background check there's no red flags as far as mental health issue wonder younger like for instance the guy and Walmart you know or dead letter the different dangers that should be put into a national database where if he goes to purchase a gun later in life they need to double check the CM if the individual is is stable at that time yeah well seeing that this is the problem and here's the problem with that and thank you so much be in working in a school system a you you have a bird's eye view of what's going on here's the thing is I don't know about you you know he wrote the the guy in Ohio wrote the I'll let Bob supposedly a booklet of notebook with the kids the boys who like to kill in the girls who wanted to rape and had talked to us getting his victims and wonderful things like that and he he was expelled and from what I understand this may change because as you know this information changes as the investigations go on he was allowed back into school after he had to rate apologies to each kid on the list I don't know but you I don't want the things I did in high school following me and setting the path for my entire life so that if I get out over get treatment for whatever it happens to be there is no coming back from that I don't like that I also the guy in no with the Walmart shooter third the guy in el Paso he's supposedly put this four page manifesto up online but within it like an hour or so of the shooting very quickly within the shooting so there was no time to do that and they know that if it's going to be checked that's what they're going to do criminals are very is very DDS when it comes to being able to pull off their crime they know how to get around the system so I think we walk a fine line do you want to mental health database that if you ever let's say suffer from post partum depression you were treated for it during the time and now you're fine well you know this person was on and you know name the drug whatever happened to be that you were on we can't let her have a firearm even if it was twenty years ago when you had your first kiss that to me is really dangerous this idea and I know that are about our health records are between us and our doctor anymore I get that that is between us in the government now but we allow that to happen very readily now you see the problem with it let's go to Houston Texas Benjamin listening okay a CV Benjamin the morning hi how are you good thank you so you heard what the president had to say as possible possible remedies to this you talk we go take a look at social media maybe get them flag certain words you talked about red flag laws but we know there's problems with that he also mentioned video games as well here's the president talking about video games as a possible solution to this problem second we must stop the glorification of violence in our society.
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"I. O. in Dayton Ohio hi Jeff I wanted to hold you over because you're involved with law enforcement and and I so I appreciate that and and your expertise in this you you heard about the red flag law as someone who's worked with law enforcement and I think I believe you said you were in law enforcement what do you think about these red flag laws were the police show up at five AM a banging on your door and hi I am here to confiscate your guns when I was on in the mid seventies early eighties who we are I don't know preteen is the correct word but we routinely confiscated some guns in situations where we felt that there could be an imminent threat of violence government employees property room and allow people to come back a day or two later claim up I I think that you know some solution or some relief that it's kind of twofold first I believe that those who identified to social media or other channels or statements to family or relatives or friends threatened violence against anyone as the kid did here in the intake who threatened to kill all females in his high school at one point in time they just need to be removed they need to be picked up evaluated psychologically and you know taking police have that power what a police agencies do the stage but it's a very hard to use when I was on the police department yeah we had the power for a seventy two hour commitment but she only took folks too the state hospitals we were often turned away and this is the the pendulum of individual rights that has one so far left I have to believe that of those who who pushed the individual rights of agenda scream loudest for gun control and I just believe that first when we can identify those who who obviously are are misbehaving we need to take decisive action to do something on that it's not just watch I'll I we buy and number two you know I think that the removal of firearms in particular instances where there is an imminent threat or where someone is is deemed to be unstable this is an unfortunate situation all these right what should I put this it's unfortunate here in Dayton because there were a lot of pain signals where we never did anything and it resulted in this tragic occurrence and this is what we do we Monday morning quarterback one more quick question and a lot of people who want to get on so if you could just kind of give me a quick answer in your time in law enforcement how have you seen crimes change it seems to me that there's a lot more mental illness in this country whether it's been whether there's more of it or it's now being acted out were it wasn't before what do you say I believe acted out is correct we used to see a lot of mentally ill but not so much the mentally ill accompanied by firearms and violence now I believe that there is a lot more discord with the mentally ill resulting in violence or where weapons are at hand and so I think the situation is worse yeah it hasn't it's very set thank you so much for sharing your expertise in again are could our our hearts go out to people in in Dayton because you know what there before the grace of god right it could happen anywhere thank you so much Jeff let's go to south bend Indiana Neil listening and W. to your senior good morning you're on the Brian Kilmeade show hi Mary hi how you doing a great job thank you hello army veteran and I also work for a school system and my point was they're not directing your attention to the mental health issue which I think is a lot of route in because of these gun violence problems the some of these people that are obtaining weapons on the background check there's no red flags as far as mental health issue when they're younger like for instance the guy in Walmart you know or dead letter and did different things that should be put into a national database where if he goes to purchase a gun later in life they need to double check to see if the individual is is stable at that time yeah well seeing that this is the problem and here's the problem with that and thank you so much be in working in a school system I you you have a bird's eye view of what's going on here's the thing is I don't know about you you know he wrote the guy in Ohio wrote the I'll let Bob supposedly a book hit a notebook with the kids the boys who like to killing the girls who wanted to rape and had talked about skinning his victims and wonderful things like that and he he was expelled and from what I understand this may change because as you know this information changes as the investigations go on he was allowed back into school after he had to write apologies to each kid high on the list I don't know but you I don't want the things I did in high school following me and setting the path for my entire life so that if I get out of work a treatment for whatever it happens to be there is no coming back from that I don't like that I also the guy in no with the Walmart shooter third the guy in el Paso he's supposedly put this four page manifesto up online but within it like an hour or so of the shooting very quickly within the shooting so there was no time to do that and they know that if it's going to be checked that's what they're going to do criminals are very very devious when it comes to being able to pull off their crime they know how to get around the system so I think we walk a fine line do you want to mental health database that if you ever let's say suffer from post partum depression you were treated for it during the time and now you're fine well you know this person was on and you know name the drug whatever happened to be that you were on we can't let her have a firearm even if it was twenty years ago when you had your first kiss that's to me is really dangerous this idea and I know that are about our health records are between us and our doctor anymore I get that is between us and the government now but we allow that to happen very readily now you see the problem with it let's go to Houston Texas Benjamin listening okay a CV Benjamin the morning hi how are you good thank you so you heard what the president had to say as possible possible remedies to this you talk we go take a look at social media maybe get them flag certain words he talked about red flag laws but we know there's problems with that he also mentioned video games as well here's the president talking about video games as a possible solution to this problem second we must stop the glorification of violence in.
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"Police in Dayton Ohio say they killed the shooter there after he opened fire killing nine people and wounding twenty seven others Iran's foreign minister says the US is standing alone in the world and will not succeed in depriving Ron of its rights and peers Peter Kenyon reports the comments come a day after Ron reportedly seized another ship in the Persian Gulf running state media reported the seizure of a ship by the Islamic revolutionary guard corps north of the strait of four moves the report said the ship was carrying a smuggled fuel but provided no evidence to back up that claim foreign minister Mohammad Javad Zarif told a news conference that the U. S. had failed to create a coalition to support its efforts in the Persian Gulf he said the American presence in the region had created misery and accused Britain of piracy for its seizure of Iranian tanker near to broader last month to reset the U. K. is complicit in what he called US economic terrorism Peter Kenyon NPR news a stumble you're listening to NPR Porter Rico has a new governor but there is remaining controversy on the island even though Pedro Pierluisi has taken office some Porter Rican lawmakers say his swearing in was unconstitutional the Porter Rican Senate plans to hold a meeting this week to either ratify or reject his incumbency one of the last surviving leaders of Cambodia's murderous compare Rouge has died at the age of ninety three he had been serving a life prison sentence Michael Sullivan reports from neighboring Thailand known cheer was known as brother number two second only to compare Rouge leader Pol Pot in the hierarchy of the regime that ruled the country from nineteen seventy five to nineteen seventy nine during that time an estimated one point seven to two million people roughly a quarter of the population died from starvation disease overwork or murder no jail was believed to be the ideologue of the group in two thousand fourteen he was sentenced to life imprisonment for crimes against humanity as was his colleague Q. some palm four years later both were also convicted of genocide two other defendants died during the course of the trial which drew criticism for its slow pace bloated budget and alleged political interference Q. some pond now eighty eight remains in prison for NPR news I'm Michael.
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"And to Dayton Ohio were shooting took place just hours later Dayton police chief Richard Beal says it's still early in the investigation and they do not yet have a motive but we have no evidence suggests that this there is a bias motive in this crime at this time he also says they have no information connecting this shooting to the mass shooting in el Paso Texas among the nine killed in twenty seven hurt the gunman's younger sister and a companion police say Connor bets his sister and that companion actually arrived at the Oregon district in the same car rain borough ABC news Dayton president trump says he's going to have more to say about the shootings tomorrow but told reporters today that he was leaving his golf club in New Jersey to retire as he was leaving his golf club in New Jersey to return to the White House he said Hey it has no place in our country his democratic challengers also weighing in former Texas congressman better Rourke who called el Paso home says there's no question the president is fueling racism he is an open about racist and is encouraging more racism in this country senator Bernie Sanders calling out president trump point blank tweeting Mister president stop your racist hateful and anti immigrant rhetoric you're listening to ABC news it is a horrible scenario but it happens Dennis right about his wife she was diagnosed with leukemia in fact he's a two time survivor in in the midst of all that they ran up over a million dollars in medical bills thankfully there manager members and Dennis says they are so thankful for that how others came together to meet their needs and that's how so many minister members feel this is not health insurance is different you don't have to pay for things you don't believe in and like tennis found out it just works so if you join mantis share not only do you save a lot of.
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"That is the only way that I will get stories who stood Dayton Ohio. You don't normally get them from their one of one of the to one of the two so we've already were sitting. There's another one where I don't even dealing with down of the to one of the two X Dayton post office workers who allegedly stole packages with drugs and sold them for money said he shouldn't be singled out because other workers do the same thing so some logic so it's the I'm not wrong wrong because other people are also doing wrong because I'm popular doing is the pop wrong because the thing I'm doing is wrong and I'm wrong. I'm not wrong because other people are doing wrong things to Monica use the same defense only person who's killed people versus going on before Jack The ripper recording it just the guy who had a lot of bridge. I got a law degree on the side of that makes me different but the rest of these Jeffrey Dahmer the Women Problem The whole post office. This is a quote speaking of the boast of the whole post office. Everybody Steals Drugs Desmond a pauly said Tuesday outside of Dayton's U._S.. District Court House where he scheduled to be arraigned and plead fried. I just love the people who are still selling drugs through the mail by all the drive. No you just served to get it stolen thing where you mile the drugs and something the person who picks them up gets in trouble right. They can't find out who posted them right. You could use the why around it. You priced it to you next door neighbor. Are there on holidays something. You don't like you've been having having a dispute about the fantasy like yeah. Outlets got in the mail. Something like that is the idea that also that you need to mail drug somewhere that there's no way to get whatever you're looking for in your town. We get everything everywhere now. Yeah I like to take edibles goals. When I get on a plane I really xanax lung flights now like to take some edibles and chill out on the flight my theories as long as I take them in California and we're in trouble I have extra we'd be and then I landed in non marijuana place? They never there's no we don't the customs or anything so they're never gonNA check L._A._X.. Just announced a month or two ago that they will not be giving citations for weed weed it would they don't care even though there are federal- federally run. They're not <hes> they don't care about all these schedule ones and all this shit. They're like we don't care if you'll flying to Colorado not a problem of Illinois or Canada. What about the candidate because they've got it now because he's going through the uh-huh mail it to your hotel? GonNa take that Syria package but I we all comic unite like in his name Costco Investment got the schedule. Who's going to care top? Just got a package in the way we we all.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"I love negroni and my favorite drink and way before Nagoya hip, that's the drink. I drank what I like. But when you get one with one of the giant ice cube. You'll better. It's it's it's it is better. Why because it doesn't water as your drink. A key keeps it super cold. But I drink is just as strong as your last sip when you have because of the big area that the cube is, and you have all you have crushed ice, you're grown. He's done in ten seconds. Suddenly, it's a slushy mazal blended. Right. So you're you light up when you talk about this stuff, I food and beverage food beverage and hospitality that's been my life. And it's been my life since I was literally born because my parents are parents opened our house to every person. Always we would have people over all the time. And as always to come eat. Where'd you grow up Dayton, Ohio culinary capital? It is usually they usually point the dating skyline chili. Yeah. I mean, what was the local Trump before your parents opened a restaurant at some point. But what was the local Chinese restaurant? There literally was like peeking house or something. And there was actually there was restaurant, and I can say this is not a dick chop suey. Carry out was the local Dayton Ohio calls shops to carry the owner's Chinese or were they served for young chop suey. I'm like, oh my God. That was like that. That's one of the reason my mom who opened the manor kinder's like, okay, we need traditional Mandarin food here. Because she and then the reason she opened it as both my brother, and I went to Andover. So they were empty nesters four years earlier than normal. Household right. So we're improv school and she did a bunch of cooking schools and loved to cook. And all their friends like can you open a Chinese restaurant, please iris because just he good Chinese food? And she opened what would they cook in the house for you know, questions about that? So So. we cook the budget stuff because look I was I'm first generation Chinese. So you're first generation America. First generation first-rate here in America. Chinese. I I generated in America, the one thousand generation Chinese. Exactly. I actually true story. I'm the hundred generation side. I I because you might know about the roots right dates. Long long D was my grandfather original emperor, China as there you go. So yes, so I was first generation American born here. So we had my parents wanted to Americanize. So we would have burgers and hotdogs and my dad who's an engineer. He's actually literally rocket scientists. The reason Dayton Ohio chief, sinus Wright Patterson air force base. Civilian-airforce designing the b one bomber today. Litters rocket scientists. But he would go to junkyards because we buy gold circle forty nine dollar grill. But the burners crap it's like a four thousand to earn. He would go to the junk yard find a big burner from an old. Chinese engineer is a new year and became a thirty thousand feet you burning when you buy a big tab on a big piece.
"dayton ohio" Discussed on The Minimalists Podcast
"And your introverted side cheer personality and you know don't become so depleted yeah it's an important question because as i was a from dayton ohio is driving around in ohio yesterday before the the pickup truck hit me and i was just remembering the so so my one of the jobs i did at one point i was a regional manager for bunch of retail stores and the greater dayton area so which slick springfield ohio to lebanon ohio's the general area and i remember i was driving around the very sprawling most midwestern cities a pretty sprawling and so it would sometimes will take you half hour our hour and a half to get where i was going but i remembered my drives around dayton being more pleasant than they should be and it was i realize now like in retrospect way i'm looking in in in the rear view metaphorically at my twenty six year old life or whatever uh a decade ago and i realize that that was the only time in my days rao was alone from the time that i woke up until the time that i went to bed the only time that i was ever alone was when i was in the car and i didn't i didn't realize that i was an introvert even 'cause i tried so hard not to be an extrovert but to have your constant contact with people right and i think part of that was good in fact part of it was uncomfortable i don't think i crude do this right now if w what i did if i didn't at.