26 Burst results for "Death Valley National Park"
"death valley national park" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Where are we. It looks like we're standing in the middle of a desert. Oh that's because we're standing in the middle of a desert o. Rise we are at the hottest driest and a lowest point in north america. The hottest driest and lowest point in north america. Mindy are we in death valley national park. I dunno reggie tech the napa valley national park fool. Looks like you're right guy rose. What are we doing here. Well because of how secluded this part of the world is i mean. We're basically in the middle of nowhere. There is very little light pollution out here. Which makes it. A great place for stargazing torino's in fact. Scientists classified this place as gold tier dark sky park. Wow so can you stop venus. Well we haven't even gotten our telescope yet. Mindy need a telescope to spot. Venus in the night sky guy roz at least not at this hour right there. That super bright star mindy right only. It's not a star planet. Our sister planet. Well that's what some scientists call it because it's so similar in size and mass to earth well as it turns out geyer. Is this sister planet of ours might also be home to some extra terrestrial life you were saying before that. Some scientists think that there might be microbes living on venus he up see this group of researchers from the massachusetts.
"death valley national park" Discussed on Here & Now
"I'm Andy. Tourists known as heat chasers have been descending Death Valley National Park this week after a hit a record of thirty degrees on Sunday and if the heat wasn't enough excitement visitors also felt a quick jolt yesterday from a magnitude four point eight earthquake. Is if it had happened in the winter, probably wouldn't get so much attention that just because we've been having these hot temperatures to. Saying Oh hot and earthquakes what other natural phenomenon could happen this week. That is Brandy Stewart Education and outreach program manager. For Death, Valley National Park she says visitor's center there is closed because of covid nineteen but people are still driving out to take pictures to mark that record heat. I spoke with a few people on Monday there was a little bit of I would say a celebration happening in the afternoon at our display thermometer and people were just excited to be there and I for a lot of people. I think it's a list item for them. And one hundred and thirty degrees by the way feels exactly how you might think it does Stewart compares it opening a hot oven. The part that I worked at before working here at death. Valley I used to work at Mount Rainier National Park, and that's the second snowiest place honor. So it's very different going from doing visitor programs on fifteen feet of snow and snow shoes to leading visitors on sand dunes to track animals. By the way, Tanya the heat wave appears to be subsiding. It's only forecast to be one, hundred, twenty, one degrees today in Death Valley. What about where you are in southern California? It was ninety seven degrees yesterday and humidity like seventy. So. Yeah. It's alright. Well, hopefully, it gets cooler soon here now production of NPR? WPRO and associated with the BBC World Service I'm Jeremy Hobson. Tiny Moseley into.
"death valley national park" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Time favorites for just six bucks. If you can decide off to prices participation, Mayberry cannot be combined with any other offer combo feel single item at regular price. There's a new crash in the 14 South bound near Via Princesa. We're looking at the rough drives again in 90 seconds is too 23 extreme temperatures and Death Valley attracting visitors to the national park. These heat seekers are looking to experience what it's like to be in temperatures above 125 degrees. Brandy Steward with Death Valley National Park tells connection was outside yesterday felt like someone was blowing a hairdryer in her face while you might hear the words. Oh, but it's a dry heat. It's tricky and it could sneak up on you. You recommend staying close to your car, so maybe you get out. You walk over to a viewpoint, But then you just walk back and spend no more than five or 10 minutes outside at the time. The high yesterday 127 degrees. It reached 130 on Sunday, which might be the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth in more In 100 years. That's hot NFL teams or keeping fans out of the stands this season, but it looks like one team didn't get the memo. The defending champion Kansas City Chiefs consulted with the University of Kansas health system and then receive the okay from local government officials to allow football fans into the first three Chiefs home games. The team announced. 22% seating will be done and so called seeding pods, and they vowed to rely on health officials to decide just how many fans will get into games. After the first three games of the season. The team also says tailgating will be allowed. Fans will be limited to the area directly behind their vehicle and with fans who have tickets in there. Seating pods or seating area face coverings.
"death valley national park" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Only 19% contained forecast. Meanwhile, call for dangerously hot, dry weather over the next few days, as we've been reporting is more than 450. Firefighters continue to battle this one. No evacuation orders, but some road poachers are currently in effect. This fire started last Thursday in nearby a homeless encampments. Ah homeless man suspected of intentionally setting the fire is now in custody. Evacuation warnings have been issued for dozens of homes near Lake Piru in Ventura County or a fast moving brush fire has burned about 2500 acres. Currently threatening some neighborhoods. It's now 20% contained. No structures have been damaged so far. This fire started yesterday afternoon along Hulser Canyon Road near Piru Canyon Road. Investigators think it might have been triggered by a burning vehicle Thie extreme temperatures in Death Valley are attracting visitors to the National park. These heat seekers are looking to experience what it's like to be in temperatures above 125 degrees. Brandy Stewart with Death Valley National Park tells connects she was outside yesterday, and it felt like someone's blowing a hair dryer right in your face. Well, you might hear the words. Oh, but it's a dry heat. It's tricky and it could sneak up on you. Hot is hot. She recommends staying Close to your car, So maybe you get out. You walk over to a viewpoint, But then you just walk back and spend no more than five or 10 minutes outside at the time. The high yesterday was 127 degrees. It reached 130 degrees on Sunday, which might be the hottest temperature ever recorded on Earth in more than 100 years. It's 11 20 on connects. Let's get another check on your money Here is Frank Rotech. Alright, well, things heating up on Wall Street Now, with the S and P 500 touching all time highs. In fact, this is the first time we've seen That or been able to say that in about six months before the pandemic, the S and P 500 looks like if things stand at the moment said to close at an all time high. The NASDAQ continues its winning ways. As the tech names continue to rally, the NASDAQ also at a new high up.
"death valley national park" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Than one million American troops have been killed in action Emily Valdez can extend seventy news radio as Amberley he's been seen a heat wave this week will really warm up the valleys the Inland Empire the desert areas National Weather Service meteorologist Joe d'andrea tells K. an axe the Inland Empire and some parts of the valleys will hit the nineties while the desert's will Baker Tuesday through Friday period we expect the the high desert areas to probably get at least a hundred and eighty three degrees above that maybe up to about a hundred three or four degrees for high temperatures lower desert second even warmer than that or expect highs up around a hundred and ten temperatures in Death Valley national park could creep towards a hundred and twenty degrees it's all because of a ridge of high pressure building up d'andrea says if you were planning a trip to the desert soon wait until next weekend when temperatures are expected to cool down quite a bit a new potentially controversial deadline faces Los Angeles city and county leaders it's about how to remove numerous tent cities tents housing the homeless in and around Los Angeles freeways under freeway bridges must be removed by September first that is the new deadline from a federal judge to both Los Angeles city and county people and can't meant camping under over three ways and on that brand they need to be cleared out one appropriate housing is available attorney Elizabeth Mitchell tells connects the both sides city county have had trouble figuring out exactly who will pay for what and where exactly people will go he will come back especially with the plan of how they're going to do that both sides can comply with the judge's order and there's always the option one or both sides could appeal Craig figure can extend seventy newsradio.
What's the First Nation with Totally Dark Skies?
"A US based nonprofit organization with the mission of preserving dark skies and cutting down on light pollution there are about one hundred thirty certified dark sky parks preserves and communities around the world from Death Valley National Park to the Namibian Nature Reserve in Namibia to the tone of Flagstaff Arizona. But neely is the first and so far only entire nation to receive this prize seal of approval from the Association. The recognition has made a celebrity of the one hundred Square Mile Island. That's about two hundred sixty square kilometers with a population of one thousand six hundred which is located roughly fifteen hundred miles or twenty four hundred kilometers from New Zealand in the middle of the South Pacific. Ocean NEELA is a self governing state but it maintains a free says Houston with New Zealand which represents its tiny neighbour in many international affairs sheer remoteness alone contributes heavily to the islands dark environment but according to the international dark sky associations requirements the villages commit to using artificial lighting that leaves the night. Sky unspoiled unveiling the Milky Way. The ANDROMEDA Constellation and other brilliant starry objects in their full glory that meant retrofitting or placing street lights and lights in private residences and businesses culturally. The dark designation will help protect part of the island's heritage for centuries people have used the stars and lunar cycles for navigation on the seas neely is
"death valley national park" Discussed on Parklandia
"Hi I'm Matt and I'm Brad. This is Park Land Area and today we're talking with our researcher Jacqueline Shields about ecology. So right before the break you asked us what to elements Dr Ecology you left. Us dumped because we're trying to retain this and really really packed in well. I mean they give you a hint and they bet you're gonNA guess what they are like the next fifteen seconds. Oh perfect. Let's take a really extreme place leg. The Mojave Desert Death Valley National Park is have you ever driven through Death Valley Driven to Death Valley but my pre deployment training took place in twenty nine palms and California also known as the stumps. Oh well what do you think of when you think of twenty nine palms or Death Valley National Park Hot exactly? You basically just cracked half the college so temperature right Because animals and plant have biological requirements mostly having to do with enzymes that act as catalysts that their bodies were never underestimate the power of chemistry. Y'All these enzymes only work within a set range of temperatures so the chemical reactions that make an American pike as bodywork crap out like when the temperature gets above seventy degrees Fahrenheit Other animals like grizzly bears in yellowstone. Don't have internal chemistry that functions. That will in the cold so the pack on the pounds during the summer to insulate them and then they find a nice warm place to hibernate over the winter So you'll notice that most of the biodiversity in the world so by divers means that most of the different types of living things on this planet and live in one place which is the tropical places on the equator. And that's because the tropic. Stay Nice and warm. It's a good temperature for most plant. An animal enzymes to function. Well what do you think the other element that drives an ecosystem is well if we're talking about a desert like death valley which is really hot but it's also really dry that's exactly right? Water and temperature are the two main things that decide what type of ecosystem is going to be in a particular place So the water situation also has to do with chemistry actually because plants are at the base of basically every food chain on the entire planet and because plants require both sunlight and water to foot a synthesize. That's where they make their own food. Exactly see I paid attention in school. Yeah I mean animals need water to make ATP and so do plants Atp is a enzyme found in all living things that carries energy around on ourselves so biomass with very little water like the Desert and the Tundra. The plants will be smaller and fewer and farther between And as a result so well the animals so what about Mike Rainforest type environments like Olympic National Park? Well Olympic national park has a temperate rainforest. So you're going to have like lower temperatures than you would like an Amazon rainforest. Amazon is real warm and Olympic National Park has like a whole like plenty of water so a lot of animals plants and fungi. Kinds of things are going to want to live there. But not quite as many as like around the Equator Gajah There's not enough room in the tropical rainforest for all the animals and plants to their so organisms. Adapt to the place where there's some space open and the crazy thing about this planet is. There's literally something living in almost every nook and cranny on this planet I think that there's one place that there was a paper. That just came out. That there is a geothermal spring in Ethiopia that they couldn't find anything not even little extrema file microorganisms If you think about the way that our planet life on the planet evolves like it was a pretty crappy place to live for a really long time so you know like things are good at living all sorts of places like even in yellowstone those like crazy in that crazy volcanic environment is just like seeing. That are living everywhere. Yeah well that's crazy And speaking of you'll notice when you look at a globe that three fourths of the planet is covered with salty. Water Do you really don't WanNa live there. But some things do Since water availability is an issue and ocean marine bio GMS differ and things like temperature pressure oxygen content late availability. All kinds of things like that But waters generally a problem for them while so basically that's ecology insert shrugging Emoji for me. That's a lot to go for. I mean that was just like go. Knowledge and excitement Yeah for sure. We went over so many amazing lessons. Psychology one yeah. This is just the beginning. You've been listening to park. Land a show about National Parks Park Land East and production of iheartradio created by Matt Carroll. Wak Brad Care. Wack and Christopher has Yoda's produced and edited by Mike John. Our executive producer is Christopher. Has He Otis. Our researcher is Justin Shields Especial. Thanks goes out to Gabriel Collins Crystal waters and the rest of the Parkway India crew. And Hey listeners. If you're enjoying this show leave us a review on Apple podcasts? It helps other people like you find our show. You can keep up with us on social media as well. Check out our photos for travels on Instagram at Park. Alenia pod and join in on the conversation and our FACEBOOK GROUP. Park Rangers from our podcast. My heart radio. Visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. 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Navy, Death Valley National Park And Charles Walker discussed on KFBK Outdoor Show
"The navy is identifying a pilot who died after crashing in Death Valley national park on Wednesday lieutenant Charles Walker of Naval Air Station the more was flying a training mission when his jet fighter wing down in an area known as Star Wars
U.S. Navy pilot killed in California crash was 33-year-old lieutenant
"The US navy identifying the pilot killed in the crash of a fighter jet in dot in Death Valley national park he's been identified as thirty three year old lieutenant Charles Walker the super Hornet was assigned to the vigilante is based at Naval Air Station law more in California's Central Valley the cause of that crash remains under investigation
Death Valley National Park, Charles Walker And Naval Air Station discussed on KNX Weekend News and Traffic
"The US navy has identified the pilot killed in the crash of a fighter jet in Death Valley national park he's been identified as thirty three year old lieutenant Charles Walker the super Hornet was a side of the vigilante space at Naval Air Station the more in California's Central Valley the cause of the crash remains under
Charles Z. Walker, Death Valley National Park And US discussed on WBBM Afternoon News Update
"Six the US navy has identified a pilot who was killed Wednesday the crash of a fighter jet in the California desert by the thirty three year old Charles Z. Walker although there's no information about his home town the jet crashed in Death Valley national park or flying through the canyon cause remains under
"death valley national park" Discussed on 790 KABC
"County claiming official spell the stop the death of ten year old Anthony obelus prosecutors are charging as mother and her boyfriend with murder and torture now the victim's father and several half siblings are filing a fifty million dollar lawsuit they say officials failed to act after teachers and others reported physical and sexual abuse in the boy's home the FBI is asking people in southern California to help them bring a dozen fugitives to justice the twelve men and women are accused of murder or attempted murder all have allegedly fled to Mexico the feds are offering rewards for information leading to their capture the FBI fugitive task force says all of the suspects were involved in crimes in the Los Angeles area the wanted posters can be viewed at FBI dot gov slash wanted Kevin trip K. A. B. C. news survivors of the Gilroy shooting are speaking out today Gabrielle out Gosse was hit in the left shoulder during the Sunday attack it feels very surreal still I think like had I not had any injuries to would be hard to know what really happened police say a nineteen year old murdered three people at the Gilroy garlic festival before being killed by police his motive is still unclear but social media posts indicate he was a fan of a white supremacist book from the eighteen nineties and the navy is confirming that a pilot is dead after a fighter jet crashed on Wednesday the injured several people I death valley national park the name of the pilot hasn't been released a spokesman for the death valley national park says seven visitors are recovering from injuries they suffered when the jet crashed at a popular spot for tourists and president trump is taking aim a democratic keep America great rally in Cincinnati trump said quote rate still Democrats are trying to tear the U. S. apart and Christian rapper markets gray is being awarded two point seven million dollars to the successful copyright lawsuit against pop star Katy Perry a Los Angeles federal jury says Perry must pay him five hundred if the thousand dollars her label Capitol Records the pay one point two million the remainder of the jury's award is to be paid by Perry's various collaborators and producers there's no word if they'll peel KABC sports the Dodgers face off against San Diego.
Navy And National Park discussed on NBC 4 News at 6
"And the navy is confirming that a pilot is dead after a fighter jet crashed on Wednesday the injured several people I death valley national park the name of the pilot hasn't been released a spokesman for the death valley national park says seven visitors are recovering from injuries they suffered when the jet crashed at a popular spot for
Pilot dead after fighter jet crash in Death Valley National Park
"The navy is confirming that a pilot is dead after fighter jet crash on Wednesday that injured several people in Death Valley national park the name of the pilot has not been released the navy says the F. A. eighteen E. super Hornet was based at will more Naval Air Station your friends now a spokesman for death valley national park says seven visitors are recovering from injuries they suffered when the jet crashed at a popular spot for
"death valley national park" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"New passenger in the car they got stopped for a moving violation yourself LA has been shot and killed by cops the LA county sheriff's department says the man fired on a deputy the deputy fired back hitting the man several times police are looking for the driver of the car the navy has confirmed the pilot of an F. eighteen fighter jet that crashed near Death Valley was killed in the crash the jet crashed during a training mission yesterday near an area known as Star Wars canyon seven people visiting Death Valley national park were hurt by debris president trump says an additional tariff of ten percent will be placed on three hundred billion dollars of goods and products from China as trade talks continue we'll go to the one ten and we will check in with the KFI in the sky next here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cow girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said sweet something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just round the ban cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend Calabro said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said not better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks it Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant until for the birds from weather center warmer tomorrow Thames eighties to triple digits it's slow on the one ten in.
California, Mojave Desert And Death Valley National Park discussed on On The Edge With Thayrone
"All states US navy confirming that the pilot of a fighter jet that crashed yesterday during a training mission in California is dead no identity released yet seven people on the ground were injured when the jet went down in the Mojave Desert all of them visitors to Death Valley national park only minor
"death valley national park" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Of trees grass one of the the people who were there in the scene earlier described is looking more like Mars than anything it's just a red dirt is all that you can see it and and gravel Roxette's that's all that's left in several areas state trooper Robert pretty says authorities think the blast was the result of a rupture in a thirty inch gas transmission pipeline the investigation is continuing with news time for fifty new information this hour in the case of the crash of a navy F. eighteen in California's Death Valley national park correspondent Alex stone has more in navy now confirming the pilot of the F. eighteen super Hornet died in the crash when the jet hit a canyon wall witnesses said there were only small fragments of the plane left after the crash injured in the crash are seven family members from France who were on vacation in the U. S. they were watching the navy jets practice in the canyon they were hit by pieces of the plane that's a rule military jets are not allowed to fly over national parks but an exception was made of this stretch of Death Valley when it became a national park twenty five years ago if you have a Nissan Altima you might be bringing it in for a fix this fall Nissan says it will do a service campaign to fix nearly two hundred thousand all tomorrow's because a suspension part can come loose from the frame due to corrosion they can pain falls just short of a recall but federal regulators are continuing an investigation into the problem that covers more than two million cars owners will be notified if their car needs to be brought in Wednesday's time for fifty one.
"death valley national park" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"S. navy jets that crashed in Death Valley national park seven people hurt when that F. eighteen went down just yards away from them more from ABC is Meghan to every Z. and the area dubs Star Wars canyon for its narrow canyon walls and flight maneuvers pilots make that resemble those in the movie witnesses describe seen debris smaller than a dinner plates Littorina nearby parking lot those spectators watching the aircraft when it crashed all tourists from France suffering for minor burns and expected to be okay area in California's Mojave Desert has been used for military flights since the nineteen thirties on Capitol Hill officials with the FAA tried to defend the decisions that they made after a Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jetliner crashed in Indonesia last year instead of grounding the plane the FAA scented emergency order requiring pilots to review procedures while Boeing fix the software five months later another seven thirty seven MAX crashed the agency acknowledged to members of a Senate subcommittee that their guidance to pilots now was insufficient St eighteen in a pretty decent day on tap for us here in Boston with the decreasing humidity and temperatures in the mid eighties a mix of sun and clouds too so not bad traffic jams and made him seem to be a short bat once the new encore Boston Harbor casino opened for business a little more than a month ago WBZ's Carl Stevens took a drive to ever to see how things a Roland a lot of people were worried about traffic when the casino was gonna open traffic was already bad but one month then it hasn't been that bad very little additional impact on people commuting to and from work this is Everett police chief Steven Macy all right now when we do see some traffic backlogs it usually late at night time it's the no ten o'clock eleven o'clock at night time in it's in an area that we don't have a lot of problems in the credits on core Boston Harbor for helping to create alternative ways to get to the casino and points out this is a twenty four hour a day operation it's not a ball game we have thousands of people coming and going at the same time from Everitt Karl Stevens WBC Boston's news radio Cambridge police are trying to figure out this one two men who stole an insulin pump right from the front steps of a home those thieves caught on surveillance video taking the device which is worth around five thousand dollars police say that neighborhood on Chauncey street is one of the worst in the city for ports pirates we posted that video on our website you can check it out by checking us out you'll find us at W. B. C. ten thirty dot com and how about this one two Ferraris there's of course when cars worth a small fortune right there founded a Worcester shipping container they're worth over six hundred thousand dollars stolen couple hundred miles away from home in Oyster Bay New York a hidden GPS device inside one of the Ferraris was key to locating them no arrests have been made so far which begs this question which car is most appealing to would be crops performance versions of the Dodge challenger and charger are the most attractive to car thieves but highway data loss institute president Matt Moore says they're not particularly fond of the BMW three series we have to talk to to send to you to to really get a a good solid answer on it perhaps BMW has deployed some advanced anti theft technologies anti theft technology is make Cadillacs escalate the lesser target of course thieves Jeff Gilbert CBS new year's Detroit listening.
"death valley national park" Discussed on WTVN
"Person that took the lid off the ice cream like did put it back then there was the update on I mean there's a couple copy cats then there was someone that did the Listerine they swished in gargle then spit it back in and put that back on the shelf well yesterday there was a story about an eighty it's incongruous on some level but she you urinated on a bag of potatoes at a Walmart western Pennsylvania apparently today she's turned herself in twenty years old grace brown her name she was spotted by an employee doing the deed so police released surveillance photos she knew she was going to get caught so she went ahead and turn yourself in today facing charges of criminal mischief open lewdness and public drunkenness no surprise there I suppose Walmart says once they saw what went down they immediately dispose of the bag of spuds and then sanitize the areas so they have moved forward in what seems to be in a very appropriate fashion for the first time since two thousand eight the fed to cut interest rates Jerome Powell the chairman announcing yesterday that they cut their key interest rate by a quarter of a point call the cut a mid cycle adjustment and wouldn't guarantee further cuts Wall Street actually reacted negatively buys much as four hundred seventy points they were off yesterday but rebounded a little bit in the afternoon if you feel like you've been paying too much for your meds you're not alone yesterday US health secretary Alex Cesar says soon Americans are going to be able to legally buy prescription drugs from Canada and they says the FDA is going to oversee the program not sure exactly how soon it's going to take an affect rescue missions under way this morning after US navy fighter jet crashed in the California desert the plane enough a eighteen super Hornet went down yesterday in Death Valley national park it was near the naval air weapons station in China lake according to reports some visitors to the park were suffering minor injuries related to the crash.
"death valley national park" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Nora Raum another ten Democrats who want to be president met in Detroit Wednesday in the second night of a debate carried by CNN the candidates attacked each other on race immigration and health care senator Cory Booker reminded his rivals they all agree Donald from Moscow well first let me just say that the person is enjoying this debate most right now is Donald Trump as we pick Democrats against each other while he's working right now to take away American healthcare there's a court case working through the system that's going to gut the affordable Care Act and actually got protections on pre existing conditions Tuesday and Wednesday may have been the last chance for some of the twenty candidates to appear on the national debate stage the Democratic National Committee will double its fundraising and pulling requirements for the next debate since September October the trump administration is targeting the civil rights era housing wall with a new proposed rule critics say will weaken protections against discrimination in housing NPR's Chris Arnold has more the proposed rule places restrictions on so called disparate impact lawsuits these cases use statistics to show that a company's policy is having a discriminatory effect even if that's unintentional Nikki travail is with the center for responsible lending she says the trump administration's rule would make it much harder to use this powerful tool that can help a lot of people this is definitely not a time to put roadblocks in place for equal opportunity in our nation the African American homeownership rate is currently at record lows backers of the proposed rule though argue that these cases are often unfair to companies that are not really discriminating Chris Arnold NPR news Hawaii's governor has canceled an emergency proclamation related to an anti telescope demonstration being organized by native Hawaiian activists protestors are trying to stop the construction of the world's largest optical telescope why public radio's Ryen Finnerty reports governor DVD gay originally declared an emergency two weeks ago to give law enforcement more flexibility in controlling protest on Hawaii's tallest mountain but after the arrest of more than thirty people most of the native Hawaiian elders the governor softened his stance and is now seeking a peaceful solution in canceling the emergency order you gay started changing circumstances on Monica there are no immediate plans to move heavy equipment up the mountain state regulators are giving the project an extra two years to begin construction due to delays related to the protest and legal challenges the governor said he remains committed to completing the telescope and urged demonstrators to evacuate the area ahead of two hurricanes moving towards the Hawaiian Islands for NPR news I'm Brian Finnerty in Honolulu Hawaii the federal reserve cut its key interest rate by a quarter point Wednesday citing signs of a global slowdown and trade tensions this is the first rate cut since December of two thousand eight this is NPR news crews are searching Death Valley national park for the pilot of a navy fighter jet that crashed on a training mission Wednesday seven people on the ground were hurt they were at a scenic overlook where tourists gather to watch military aircraft fly low through a chasm dubs Star Wars canyon hall of fame pro football player Nick but I conte has died at the age of seventy eight he was a defense of stall were for the Superbowl winning might Miami Dolphins in the seventies in recent years have been dealing with symptoms of dementia he said were caused by football NPR Tom Goldman reports pro football scouts thought and five eleven Nick Buoniconti was too small to make it in the NFL they were wrong he became a relentless linebacker in the Miami Dolphins legendary no name defense helping lead the team to two straight Superbowl titles and in nineteen seventy two the only undefeated season in NFL history after football the versatile Banda Connie work as a lawyer sports agent TV analyst and a tireless fundraiser for paralysis research after his son mark was paralyzed in a football game in twenty seventeen Banda Connie pledged to donate his brain for C. T. E. research he was convinced he had the degenerative brain disease and that it was caused by his count was hits to the head in football Tom Goldman NPR news director and producer Harold prince has died his publicist said he died Wednesday in Iceland after a brief illness over his long career he helped create some of Broadway's biggest hits West Side Story fiddler on the roof and phantom of the opera Harold prince was ninety one years old I'm Nora Raum NPR news in.
"death valley national park" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"The president racist Washington governor Jay Inslee branding him a white nationalist the president says he's the least racist person in the world a navy jet crashing in Death Valley national park seven people on the ground hurt and as for the pilot captain Jim Bates says we are currently in an active state of looking for the pilot we've got folks out there from our installation China lake the National Park Service and the local authorities involved in that process the plane was on a routine training mission for the first time in over a decade the federal reserve cutting interest rates by about a quarter percent fed chair Jerome pal look for the US economy remains favorable and this action is designed to support that outlook a disappointment for traders that was pal suggested more cuts are coming in the near future this is new two men accused of trying to join ISIS will remain in custody I am telling the chi K. industry news a federal magistrate judge has ordered Akhmed Mahad Muhammad idea money Hussein held while their court cases progress prosecutors contend the pair who were taken into custody as they tried to board a flight to Egypt last week are a flight risk the two men who came to Tucson as refugees from Somalia and are legal residents allegedly told an undercover FBI agent they wanted to fight for ISIS overseas or conduct an attack in the US many people in Arizona more money than they make in a year the finance website the motley fool finds Arizonans have just over fifty three thousand dollars in debt on average that's more than nine thousand dollars above the stage per capita income of forty three thousand.
"death valley national park" Discussed on This Week in Photo
"Shutter speed aim in that direction. Pray exactly. And then we'll talk about how that happened versus the, you know, why we're doing that. And and that sort of thing, so they'll tell me more about the workshop, so where where are you is there's a list obviously of different workshops at your holding. The where's the next one? How much does it cost? How many people do you allow on these workshops? To my workshops are relatively small. They they range from eight to twelve participants each my next one. I haven't a listed it yet. But I'm going to be doing one of my I'm bringing back my master class in death valley national park that'll be coming ballistic soon that'll be the first week of December. But then I also have currently listed right now. I still have a couple of spots left in my early July Dolomites session adventure in the Dolomites workshop. I think that's how much I never can remember what they cost because I have so many different ones. On the website. I think it's about four thousand for that. It's an all inclusive workshop, and and then I've got a whole bunch of exciting ones coming in twenty twenty in the that list will go up at the end of this month to and that includes my winter, dolomite, some Iceland. I do a an Icelandic highlands trip. So taking monster trucks out into the Icelandic highlands where last time we didn't see a single paved road or another photographer for nine days out there. So very remote, very peaceful, very inspiring. Yeah. I love how calm and confident. You are. You're like, you know, and we did this trip to the moon, and we had a crater for a while. And you know, I'm thinking of going to Mars, I don't know about that. I do take people to places that most workshops will not go in a lot of cases, though, why find a way to get him there in my winter domains workshop, we're taking snowmobiles Iceland, highlands were taken monster trucks. You know, whatever it's an in my summer Dolomites, we hike backpack two huts to refuge. All right. I'm gonna have to scrape up some money and come on of your works out to sounds awesome. So the as we close this out, I want to see if I can get I wanna get some tips out of you in mainly for the people that are listening to this many of the this week in photo audience are there, everyone most of us are photographers, right? But a lot of us a lot of the people that listen to the show are trapped in the Cuban, Michael, you know, they're and their nine to five tech job or or medical job or whatever. And they're listening to us right now as they do their job in. They're like man, I wanna go on us Nobile with air. You know? So so what's the secret? I mean, you're you're a will traveled person. What is the secret to two other than getting online book into taken book in a hotel? What's the secret to pushing yourself to getting out there to traveling and picking a location and going to that location to photograph? Even if you're not going on a workshop, what's how do you make that leap because it's not. Neo for most of the people that are listening. It's not money because it's not that expensive to travel these days. But you know, what's what's the what's the key? What's the secret? I think that you have is sort of an active fate that will I go out there.
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"Wow. It's true. It's true. But you know, that's not enough or in these groups now, you know, people make a living there gig is being in charge of these groups there is being a part of these groups, and they have to perpetuate that they they don't wanna lose that. They don't wanna lose that status quo. Right. They don't wanna lose their gig. So they have to repair with the idea that there's still a crisis, right, and they had to target areas where people are gonna wanna go and donate to those campaigns and give more money. So you go and try to focus all your attention on areas. Where people don't have a lot of disposable income. You're gonna find yourself running out of money quickly. Even though it might go and benefit those areas as well. Six five one nine eight nine five eight five five is the phone number. Don't have time to get into the to the Minneapolis. City council story. We'll do that next hour. We also have some some audio with a dare to be stupid Cossio Cortez update that we will dive into a follow up though. From reason we talked about this the other day that in Yellowstone National Park, the the community in the businesses there in the wake of the government shutdown stepped up and filled the gap when it comes to cleaning bathrooms in and plowing the roads. We've also had some instances though, where people have died in national park since the government shutdown began, and the reaction from media is absolutely predictable insinuating that President Trump in his prompting of the shutdown is related or somehow responsible for these deaths statistics, however show that it is disingenuous to link these deaths so closely to the shutdown again, this is from reason dot com partial shutdown began in the days leading up to Christmas spurned, of course, by Trump's insistence that congress fund border security, national parks have remained open. Unlike in past shutdowns where it was more for show than anything else. This time national parks have remained open. But some have made the decision to close a few days ago outlets, including NBC news, and the Washington Post published articles insinuating that at least three deaths were due in some part to the government shutdown for additional deaths were also sighted officials believe tend to be suicides. There's a fourteen year old girl fell to her death, tragically Glen canyon recreation area in Arizona man, who died from a fall yell at Yosemite national park. A woman killed by a falling tree in great smoky mountains, national park, which borders, North Carolina and Tennessee, let me stop here. Real quick, drew. The bigger story. Here is our Fred gypsy. Harris would say there ain't nothing. Nice about nature all wants to kill you. Holy cow out. There wants to kill you in some fashion or another the articles though pointed to the difficulties faced by emergency personnel in reaching some of the bodies. But as the direct impact the shutdown add on the desk. However, and they barely touched on the connection at all. Because there is no connection. Right. These are tragic accidents that can happen at any time. NBC noted the National Park Service did not immediately respond to a request for comment about any correlation quotes from parks officials. Meanwhile, merely mentioned not having sufficient Rangers to Warner guide visitors right? The inconvenience of not having restroom maintenance eating to cruise to fix rose before the summer season. You get further in the story in one of the chief spokesperson for the National Park Service. And he goes on to say, look, you know, we had this all the time medical incidents heart attacks, the average weekly deaths. However, of course, looking in context pales in comparison to the number of individuals that go and visit these national parks on on a daily weekly and monthly basis. Zero indication that any shutdown related shortcomings at these parks might have been experiencing had anything to do with these debts zero indication coming up on Justice, and drew we are going to talk with Iran Maganya. She is an RNC or the RNC chairwoman. We'll talk to her on the current standoff that's going on when it comes to the government shutdown. We'll also talk briefly about you know, the crisis on the border and after Trump's speech from the Oval Office. He's you know, there was a lot of the talking point from those opposed to him. So this is a manufacturing crisis. Well, not according to the the Washington Post, many many times who also said that there was a crisis on the border..
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"Pies beginnings but the cookbook from pastry chef still a parks claims the first recipe was developed by. The board and milk company in, the nineteen thirties as a way to sell one. Of its main ingredients condensed milk but Sloan says that's. Not true and that this is a. Case of cultural appropriation someone was trying to take away the Florida Keys culture And I'm not gonna stand for it Sloan says the keys signature dessert was perfected in the late eighteen hundreds in key west. By the woman named Sally in, two thousand six Florida voted key lime pies the. State's official desert with the celebration staged in key west California's death valley. Tentatively set a world record for the hottest month ever. In July the months average temperature was one hundred eight point one degrees according to the Las Vegas office of the. National weather service that rose to the previous record set, in death valley in July twenty seventeen when the average was one hundred seven, point four degrees it's not official yet the data considered preliminary and it needs to be reviewed before it goes. Into the record books the temperatures are measured. At furnace creek in death valley national park of vast austere and rugged landscape in the desert of southeastern California the location holds the record, for the highest temperature ever, recorded one hundred thirty four degrees on July tenth nineteen thirteen Four-legged meow dolls and their owners have walked down the red carpet during a fundraiser in Manhattan organizers say more than ten thousand dollars was expected to be raised during the. Annual feline fashion show with the Elgon hotel this year's. Theme was the purring twenties the aug seconds event raised money for the mayor's alliance for NYC's animals which helps support. More than one hundred fifty animal shelters and rescues in, New York a certified pet fashion designer dress the cats in a number of, styles including a pink fringe flapper dress a wide brim garden hat a striped Zoot suit and a double breasted. Tuxedo Starbucks and, Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba group are kicking off a coffee delivery venture the company say it starts next month in Beijing. And Shanghai it'll expand to thirty cities, by the end of the year Starbucks joins a booming Chinese delivery industry, for goods ranging from close to groceries to cooked food its venture with Alibaba mimics, Chinese upstart luck coffee which opened. This year and is challenging Starbucks by, delivering coffee ordered over a mobile, phone app companies say their partnership will give Starbucks access to Alibaba consumer platforms Former president Lyndon B Johnson's home on his Texas ranch will be. Temporarily closed the, home known as the Texas Whitehouse's having structural issues the National. Park Service said, Thursday that the pool house will also be. Closed other attractions at the Lyndon B Johnson national historic park. Are still open that includes Johnson's boyhood home in, Johnson city the ranch house is outside of. Johnson city visitors there can still, do a driving tour and go to the visitor center the park service said that the other facilities will be closed until it can be confirmed that there aren't any safety problems Hi I'm making crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast. Ground game a look at the top political issues. Bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available. On apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast ground game AP radio news I'm Tim Maguire federal judge says the Trump administration is responsible for all the children's still separated from. Their parents AP's Mike Rossier reports. Conference call, Friday US district judge Dennis Ross. Said the Trump administration is solely responsible for reuniting hundreds of migrant children who. Are still, separated from their. Parents the government proposed on Thursday that the American Civil Liberties. Union use, its considerable resources to reunite the children with their parents many of whom are in Guatemala and Doris the ACLU is representing the parents Sabrina says he will order the government to name someone to lead the effort Mike. Rossier, Washington special counsel Robert Muller's team continues to present its case against former trumpet campaign chairman Paul Manafort chat day, has been covering that trial mosquitoes are now getting to the. Heart of their case as jurors here from two accountants who, say that he never reported foreign Bank accounts. On his taxes that contain Millions of dollars at this point in this case jurors have also heard. Previously from other businessmen that Manafort. Use those accounts. To pay for. Millions of dollars, in luxury items investigators in Las Vegas say they had the who what and. Where.
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"Eighth, the US only see store for details A couple of moving into, a. Massachusetts home have found what they believe is a stash. Of prohibition era booze the patriot ledger reports that Ian Sutherland and his girlfriend Alexa Lee found dozens of dusty glass bottles and clay jugs shelves behind a false wall in their Quincy home contractor uncovered the hidden compartment while. Working in the basement in July after the couple. Had moved in, from Connecticut some of the fifty six bottles still contain liquid the Sutherland says. Appears to include beer and moonshine and that, now give off a vinegary smell the head of the Quincy historical society says it's still too soon to. Know how long the, bottles were hidden Quincy banned alcohol sales in eighteen eighty amid the temperance movement the house was, built in one thousand nine hundred ten Four-legged. Meow dolls and their owners have walked down the red carpet during a fundraiser in Manhattan organizers say more than ten thousand dollars was expected to be raised during the annual feline fashion show with the Elgon Quin hotel this. Year's theme was the purring twenties the August second. Event raised money, for the mayor's alliance for NYC's animals which helps support more than one hundred. Fifty animal shelters and rescues in New York, a certified pet fashion designer dress the cats in a number of. Styles including a pink fringe flapper dress. A wide brim garden, had a striped Zoot suit and a double breasted tuxedo California's death valley tentatively set a world record for the hottest month ever in July. The months average temperature, was one hundred eight point one degrees according to the Las Vegas office of the national weather service that roasted the previous record set in death valley in July twenty seventeen when the average was one hundred. Seven point four degrees it's not official. Yet the data considered preliminary and it needs to be reviewed before it, goes into the record books the temperatures are measured at furnace creek in death valley. National park of vast austere and. Rugged landscape desert of southeastern California the, location holds the record for the, highest temperature ever recorded one hundred thirty four degrees on July tenth nineteen thirteen Hi I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host of the podcast ground. Game a look at the top political issues bubbling up, around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on. Apple podcasts and podcasts win while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the podcast, ground. Game AP radio news I've Tim McGuire federal judge says the Trump administration is responsible for all the children's still separated from. Their parents AP's Mike Rossier reports conference call. Friday US district judge Dana Subroto. Said the Trump administration is solely responsible for reuniting hundreds of migrant children who. Are still, separated from their. Parents the government proposed on Thursday that the American Civil Liberties. Union use, its considerable resources to reunite the children with their parents many of whom are in Guatemala and Honduras the ACLU is representing the parents Sabrina says he will order the government to name someone to lead the effort Mike Rossier. Washington, special counsel Robert Muller's team continues to present its case against former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort chat day has, been covering that trial mosquitoes are now getting really to the. Heart of their case as jurors here from two accountants who, say that he never reported foreign Bank accounts. On his taxes that contain Millions of dollars at this point in this case jurors have also heard previously. From other businessmen that Manafort use. Those accounts to. Pay for millions of dollars in luxury items investigators in Las Vegas say they had the who what and where. About last October's mass shooting at a country music. Concert but they don't have the reason why Stephen paddock killed fifty eight people and injured hundreds of others interview with his doctor. Indicated signs of a troubled mind but no troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement without a manifesto or. Even her note to answer questions the totality. Of the information has been gathered. Leaves us to only make an educated guess as to the motives of Stephen. Paddock Clark, county sheriff Joe. Lombardo says financial records also showed paddock had lost more than. One point, five million dollars in the two years before the shooting police in southeastern Iowa say one person is dead another injured following a shootout with officers that sent a nearby elementary school into lockdown two other suspects are in custody This is AP radio news To..
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"Of the car so quickly they didn't put it in park and the car ran over him but by then you've already been after they'd shot or ten or eleven furious and and here's the point i want to make course a family is getting very upset the local activists are saying murder murderer and they shouldn't have shot him or the should wound him or whatever but it goes back to the story we did yesterday and that is changing the law to say reasonable force and that is the police think reasonably their lives were in danger there's a gun they didn't take the time to try to figure out whether or not it was a toy gun or not and then move it into reasonable force well it is unreasonable to shoot a man with a toy gun and so therefore that a shooting someone with a toy gun may very well be violation of policy because it's not reasonable it you should have known now the only time you know you're wrong is when it turns out to be a real gun and a cop gets killed but that point you know what no harm no foul because it's far less important societally speaking at officer be shot and killed than it is a guy who happens to have a toy gun or a knife or reaches into his waistband i mean this is this is really crazy as a matter of fact on monday i'm not going to be here i'm speaking in front of the california sheriff's association and this i'm going to talk about this to the sheriffs and say i don't know how you guys even want to be cops man's beyond my understanding why anybody at this point would want to be a police officer and we'll finish this up jennifer jones lee news item from you handle mentioned this spokesperson for house speaker paul ryan says ryan will not run for re election in fact we're expecting the house speaker to make that announcement himself sometime this morning maybe in the next twenty minutes or so ryan seat will be opened in the midterms this november federal officials say a rare desert wildflower that only grows in death valley national park is no longer endangered the us department of interior says they eureka valley evening primrose is no longer in need of protection and national city treasurer mitch devotion faces animal cruelty charges for allegedly capturing and killing pests on his property he admitted to a local tv station he's captured and drowned skunk on his property.