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Is Decertification of the 2020 Election Within the Realm of Possibility?
"Talk about the big d. word decertification. What does that mean. How what would it take to get to that. What does even the precedent if that happens. Is this realistic. I always want to manage. The expectations of our listeners is decertification realistic. I mean i've i've talked to a bunch of attorneys here in georgia and a pretty people saying that there is a legitimate way to get certified. The election and i've heard other people to the contrary so it's really. It's hard to say. But i i mean with what happened here in georgia without a doubt laws. Were broken. That compromise enough ballots that the election. Can't legit. I can't necessarily be verified. You know like even the chain of custody documents in dekalb county that recently came out where there's a law that says when you pick up ballots from eavesdrop boxes. You have to immediately bring them to the elections office to then the time stamped and signed count. How many ballots in the dropbox. You signed a piece of paper. There's a whole process and over forty to sixty thousand ballots violated that process where some of them weren't until the next day according to the timestamped. Then there's like. I think it was like fifteen thousand ballots. Don't even have a time stamp so someone would have picked up these ballots from dropbox had 'em for god knows how long and then tournaments we don't know what it's like there's so much sloppiness bit occurred in this past election that you know i'm not a hundred percent. Sure if there's anything we can do about getting you know trump back in office sir. Decertifying the previous election but in someone wants asked me why are you investigating and it's sort of like if someone is killed right. We still investigate. Even we can't bring the victim back because we need to get to the truth of what happened so that we can prevent it from happening
"dekalb" Discussed on American Ag Today
"Jesse allen here for the american league network talking now with kitty. Johnson went to cal. Baz grow here the big iron farm show. Katie it's great to catch up with you here at big iron and i bet it's got a feel good to be back out here at the show this year. Yeah i really does feel good. You know and just kind of had a year off last year and to be back in the in our building here visiting with customers and just kind of sense in the excitement with harvests. Coming here and Just being able to to talk seat again as is always exciting. Well let's talk a little bit about harvest. You mentioned that. Just real briefly. What are you hearing from your customers across the region. Are we seeing any early early harvest results. Or what are some things that they're thinking about here as they get ready to really hit the fields hard in the next few weeks. Yeah so there's been a few guys that have popped in that have maybe Taken a couple of fields soybeans off. It's been pretty quiet for the most part as far as a whole lot of acres been combined but overall soybean yields are pretty variable. You know they're anywhere from single digits the up to the fifties. So you know. If you're getting forty bushel right now. Some guys are pretty happy with that but across the board is a lot of variability based on on where you hooked rains and where you didn't so Trying to stay positive and looking for Some some good yields as well but obviously with the lack of moisture times Could be a little tough in some spots. Yeah and obviously it's the case of the haves and the have nots here. It's been that way all year long and we'll we hope for a good smooth harvest either way and then obviously we have to think about next year and twenty twenty two. You know. I think a lot of us want to put the dry weather behind us. We wanna think about products for next year talk about some of the products with the calabash grow. That you're really excited about going into next year. Yeah we're really excited. We got a pretty fairly big size launch class from the dekalb side of things Where i sell. I sell anywhere from eighty one day. Corn up to one hundred day in so we have quite a few new. Ram our products in nineteen ninety. Two day ninety four day for dekalb Specifically we have a new ninety two day to calvin forty to sixty five. That's looking really well and plots and we're pretty excited about that one And just overall Last year with a new one eighty nine thirty nine. Fifty five is the name of that one in Overall just it's economics are really solid and We're pretty excited about the yield potential there. from a soybean standpoint Obviously people are pretty aware of the new trait launch with extend flex and so rolling out a cross. Our whole lineup is a big change. Obviously and so our big seller will really be that. Oh three x f to Release solid across the board. Really broad acre adaption. Idc is excellent. and i think we're going to Be excited about the results on that one to a lot of decisions being made here not only harvest but obviously getting ready for next year. And i know producers wanna learn more about some of the new hybrids have questions need a little help during harvest with questions. Whatever the case may be. I'm sure they could contact your local to calabash. Grow rep or go online. Can't they absolutely can find us online. Obviously they're buying their seed through their local retailer dealer as well and i know they're agronomists are always Super excellent about going out and helping with placement ideas and things like that so never hesitate to pick up the phone or give us a call and we're happy to answer any questions you might have. Jd appreciate a few minutes of your time here at the big iron farm show. Thanks for talking with us on the american egg network and enjoy the rest of show. Sounds good thanks for having me..
"dekalb" Discussed on American Ag Today
"Jesse allen here for the american ag network now randy niver with dekalb calabash grow. Randy's great to catch up with you here at the farm progress show talk us a little bit on the astronomic side to start. I know you cover a lot of territory here. Illinois and over towards indiana. Talk about some of the highlights. You've seen and some of the challenges. Maybe you've seen with this Twenty twenty one growing season so far we had a really good start to the year which was phenomenal. Because april seventh we were able to get started in a lot of a lot of places around here and that's pretty early for us. Ground was working really good. It was nice and mellow and then Early may we ended up with a nice snow shower. That kind of set things back a little bit. Slow things down and and Some frost that come in as well so the the crop early on went through a lot to get to where it's at now. But as as the year progressed the yield potential is really really gone up quite a bit so i'm really impressed with how things look with everything. It went through this this spring. We had a lot of rain. We had a lot of dry. We had a little bit of everything. This year is kind of in a goldilocks type of year. And i've got areas in my area that are have gone through too much wet too much dry and some just right so it's it's been a lot of everything now. I've heard not a lot. Actually about pester disease pressure. Have you seen or heard a lot about that here in your area. Yeah the one thing that's been standing out this year that we haven't seen much of in the past and corn is a disease called tar spot. It's kinda come in It's been more to our north But it's come in in our territory now and in some areas it's heavy enough pressure to where it's going to cost them some yield loss so you know being able to management styles for the next year is something to think about because once it's in your field. It's there so we need to be able to be on top of it and either pick a hybrid. That's going to be less susceptible or spray at least at that are one timeframe looking at Products for twenty twenty two. Obviously you know we're getting close to harvest. We got to start thinking about next year. What are some products from. Dekalb as go that you're really excited about and we have one hundred and twelve day. That's really exciting. Sixty to sixty nine Dekalb product is hundred twelve day that it's just really come out of the ground good and it's got some really good good size years and it's something that we can put up against our competitor because it's got some nice flex to it doesn't have to push the pops and if they're Wanting to have their populations lower we can plant that one a little bit lower populations as well and and really go up against the the competitor to to knock them on their boots. A little bit. I'm sure producers. Wanna learn more about upcoming products or have any astronomic question's the easiest way for them is going to be too probably contact your local retailer or contact your local. Dekalb as agronomist camping yes sir yeah can do that and they can also go to agro. Dekalb dot com and find who their local agronomist could be or their local sales rep Or their local dealer so they can they can look that up to cab dot com and they can look at all of our products that are on there and any astronomic topics on there as well. They can search for anything they liked to randy. I appreciate the time here at the foreign progress show. Thanks for joining me. Thanks jesse appreciate it..
"dekalb" Discussed on American Ag Today
"Jesse allen here for the american league network. We are catching up today with. Dekalb agro-technical technical agronomist. North dakota derek pruitt derek..
Cashier Killed, Deputy Wounded in Georgia Supermarket Mask Dispute
"Grocery store worker Ask the customer to mask up. It did not end well, a female cashier dead and a sheriff's deputy injured after a dispute about wearing a mask. It happened at Big Bear supermarket in Georgia's DeKalb County. Police say an argument broke out between the cashier and the man, a witness saying that man struck the woman with a gun and then shot her a part time deputy working security at the store, then reportedly engaging the suspect all taken to the hospital where the cashier died of her injuries.
"dekalb" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Standard triggers bolt on. You can actually getting this out there. There's things you can do with it. Not trump making. It can do that. I'm aware of what you can actually make the traps into multiple. Catch trap if you want to. But we haven't set it up to where we can do that. I know how to do it. I've done it with my other sets. We can actually make it insert that goes into that trap to allow you to catch three or four times in night. Oh no kidding yeah and it. It looks like it's Pretty it's pretty much universal right. You can use it for beaver and otter or you can use it for bob. It's actually an excellent bob. Cat traffic the only thing is bigger the taller animal. That how you have to just justice trigger just set. The trigger makes a difference. You just have to learn. That's why i need to do video showing giveaways good. It's it's extremely versatile. As far as number of animals that it can catch variety of species of animals. Catch very well you can catch skunks armadillos and groundhog's awesome beavers otters. It's a tremendous beaver trapped under very very good about cat trapped in. they've been experimenting up there in alabama. They caught struggle customers like that. A lot of red fox in it. Wow yeah it's not common. You see red foxx. Go into well though. They'll go in but not as often as as animals like bob. Cats magnetic field is what it is. If you don't talk to guys it catches a lot of folks in case after doing it. With larger case traps the reason they are the largest chapel. Have a bigger frame more reduce field going into the traps and ups trapped. It has very little frank. Yeah and now that you say that I'm thinking about places where you tend to have Fox's go in like like for instance. Fox's getting caught in three thirties. That's typically something you see way up. North in alaska and canada. And i wonder if that has something to do with it as well because like you mentioned the the effect of the negative positive ions is less further north. You go make some begs. Big difference that is that's this is probably the most unique Piece of information that i've been able to share with people so far and I i know it has been for you as well when when you figure this out. So it's it's pretty cool to get to hear from me about about that discovery.
"dekalb" Discussed on Trapping Today
"The traps. That i was catching the most animals with they all had a low magnetic field going through the trap. We'll golly that's gotta be what it is and sure enough. How i really found out was i got reading about mid tramps in our pyramid. Not parent trap pyramid now. Pyramid would have a reduction of the ions in the bottom of the going through the pyramid. And you could actually store food and stuff in the pyramid and it wouldn't decay as quickly as as it would if it was going through the storage area that you were traveling or that you're using and so i just put two and two together and figuring it out that it was the negative ions were moving through the trap that we're increasing the animal because it's causing a communist in and go into the trap so your friend that was a biologist kind of suggested that maybe the animals could sense that magnetic field know he. He didn't really. He was deer hunting every year. And he had a phone and i didn't have an iphone. Magnitude cost six hundred dollars. And i thought well this just try to eat that you turn your turn your iphone until bag charter yet. So we turned his back phone iphone tobacco. Tumbler test the trap. See road with me trapping. Run with me. And we just fifty or fifty. Five traps i made i made over one hundred different prototypes. And we we just just surmise. That that's what it was. But he was there to verify that that. That's that's what it was. I mean we. We just had too many instances where -tuni- ways to prove that it was that way so you had your testing it at first you thought it was the openness of the traps. Was there anything that you considered aside from that. The trigger worked. I thought what was making more open the less likely for them to avoid it One of the things that really got me going to. I knew what it was built a side door trap that then will come in from the side slanted and i. I take test in animals every day affect so many couple more animals and traffic lights over about twenty five day period of time in exile. Boy this is really some kind of trap you know. So then i Testing it more and changed the trigger system out to where it was the same mechanism pantai trigger. But i didn't pay any attention to it. I just went to some more locations. And i couldn't catch the animals trapped. I catch one every once in a while. But i wouldn't catch black..
"dekalb" Discussed on Trapping Today
"And let's get into just a little more detail on the the magneto magneto reception portion of the the use of cryptic chrome magneto reception is a sense which allows an organism to detect a magnetic field to perceive direction altitude or location experimental data suggests that cryptic crumbs in the photoreceptor neurons of birds is are involved in magnetic orientation. During migration cryptic chrome are also thought to be essential for the light dependent ability of drosophila to sense. Magnetic fields magnetic fields were wants reported to effect cryptic crumbs also in certain plants. Girth behavior seem to be affected by magnetic fields in the presence of blue but not red light. Nevertheless these results of later turned out to be ear re reproducible under strictly controlled conditions in another laboratory suggesting that plant kripa crumbs do not respond to magnetic fields crypt chrome forms a pair of radicals correlated spins when exposed to blue light baba. And then it gets really a little bit over my head in terms of of the whole process but basically we know that birds since use magnetic field for migration. We've known that for very long time. But the the presence of this and other mammals in other animals and mammals is something that we we. Don't really know a whole lot about so could be something that i always think about this in terms of fifty years ago. We'll look back and there's things that we know now that we think man. We were pretty dumb back then. How do we not have that figured out. Well you know this is something that maybe fifty years from now people are gonna look back and say well. Why didn't those trappers consider that. The the these magnetic fields kerckhove reception and all this stuff that in how they made their traps and how they did this and that man they can just pull out your fellow. You can do it today. You pull out your phone and check the magnetic field with an app on your phone with for most phones. So it's it's a fascinating topic. It's something that i think will really could potentially open a lot of people's eyes in terms of maybe being able to to add another factor to try to figure out what's going on your trap line especially you guys that are further south. I think it would be awesome if you are. You know if you got a pretty big trap on you get a lot of sets and you can test this out. You got a phone and you can pull up. You can find an app that will convert your phone into a magnetometer to measure. The negative positive ions Anything around you. It's it's so simple to do and do this on different traps. And see keep some notes and see if there is a correlation between your effectiveness and the magnetic field around those traps. I think it'd be an interesting thing to explore. And whether or not you're convinced that this is a factor in catching ferber's it's certainly an eye opening idea to to look into into pursue. But that's not for me talk and let's get into the conversation with kirk and about his background some his experience and how he stumbled onto all these ideas. Okay kirk. dekalb from georgia. It's great to have you on. Thank you so a lot of the older trappers who have been around for a little while. Were -eckognize your name. Maybe some of the younger guys Not so much but You have been quite an accomplished trapper. I think if i remember right you're heyday. You're averaging over thousand beaver years right. Thousand levers over over three month period of time..
"dekalb" Discussed on Trapping Today
"Even if you don't have immediate plans to buy any tan. I maybe just wanna browse and see some pictures and check out what those look like some examples of our northern maine for and i've got what else we got We've still got the lure and we've got a few other items there. So yeah that's all that's all they will the next book that's coming out is going to be the manly hardy fall for hunting maine and that's Going to be a little over one hundred pages so it's a pretty short read. It's fascinating stuff if you haven't seen it before i think you're gonna be Kind of blown away by some of the methods and some of the things. Those guys did back in the eighteen. Hundreds it's the story an eighteen fifty nine trapping trip to Remote area of northern maine to young guys and They spent two months out there. Trapping for martin and fisher in beaver otter mink and am bear and they caught quite a lot further. They actually caught almost all their martin in dead fall traps that they built out there in the woods. Really cool stuff and they built a cabin. Just yeah it's awesome. So i'm i've got that a sample from the printer coming soon just to make sure everything's formatted rate and it looks good but i'm gonna make that available and that's not going to be very expensive but it's fairly short and it didn't take me a whole heck of a lot of time relative to some of the other books so i don't mind i'm going to sell that. Pretty pre reasonably can get their hands on again. It's it's it was written in the early nineteen hundreds in so it's in public domain. Anybody can you can pull it up online and read a pdf copy of it if you want. But there's going to be much nicer to have a physical copy in your hands to to read and much easier format to look. Look at so the other book that i wanna mention his book. We're going to talk about tonight. indirectly by written by kirk. Dekalb that's d. e. k. lb trapper from georgia. it's called an outdoorsman's greatest discovery for the twenty first century. The real reasons animals are detecting your sets and devices. I'd never really considered this It's something that just of all the things that we think about you know why. Why did this animal avoid might set. Why did it dig up. My what this fox coyote dig up my foothold trap. Well either it was. They smelled something there. Or an auto cases i think At least in my experience trap wasn't vetted properly in stepped in on edge. Chapman felt that move. And so it dug that up But there are a lot of situations that we just can't seem to be able to explain why they avoid that.
"dekalb" Discussed on Trapping Today
"E. used their customer portal to To place your order and pay for it and get that process started and that interview we had last week with ryan from wyoming was really well received. I enjoyed that a lot. And i learned a lot and i was surprised at how many other people said They were surprised at how much they learned. The tanning process is much more in depth and complex than maybe a lot of us gave it credit for makes you think a little bit about trying to ten some your for But obviously it can be done but but it takes a lot of experience so I'm just sitting here Middle february soaking up the last rays of sunshine It's been Somewhat cold and snowy here. But that's to be expected in northern maine and Almost of the trapping is pretty much done right now. It's been done for a little while but we get a little bit under as beaver trapping might have to get into here pretty soon. And maybe we'll do our normal wintertime under ice beaver. Talk at some point but Tonight's code is a little bit of trapping information from the southern united states. But it's applicable all trappers. But i've been wanting to get kirk. Dekalb on the show for quite some time now about eleven years ago back in two thousand ten. I reviewed a dvd. That had come out. That featured kirk was called trapping tails and if followed him around on it for about a week on his beaver line and he just absolutely was stacked up the beavers there in georgia he. He was a animal damage. Control trapper there P-trap for bounty huge consistently catching over thousand beavers. A year. pretty amazing stuff and you can learn a lot in the process of catching thousand beavers. So we're gonna talk tonight. A little bit about kirks background and one of the discoveries that he came across in his trapping career and how it kinda changed the way that he thought about traps in general and the effectiveness of different traps. It it's really to me. It's mind blowing but will take care of a one or two other orders of business before we get started with that and it's fitting just after the interview with boil mink. I got my first back from oil way ahead of expected time but like ryan said depending on when you send you send in january. There's a good chance that you're going to get your first back a lot. Sooner than if you send in april. So i have Put up some tanned for on the trapping. Today store so trapping today store dot com and i have.
COVID-19 vaccine shipment delays due to weather force Atlanta Metro's DeKalb County to cancel 2nd dose appointments
"Dependable forecast is coming up and update tonight on the the vaccine vaccine shipment shipment delays delays here here in in Georgia. Georgia. Gwinnett Gwinnett County County tells tells us us It It just just got got another another batch batch of of doses doses to to carry carry through through all all of of next next week week for for new new vaccination vaccination appointments, appointments, which which are are now now booked. booked. Cab County has updated that anyone who had a second dose Madonna vaccination set for tomorrow in Doraville and
Metro Atlanta's DeKalb County teachers protest return to classrooms
"Today ahead of their schedule. Return to the classroom company. Best piece goes, she'll write reporting live educators hoping today's protests will home make a case for them getting the Corona virus vaccine soon rather than later. Scott that's right. While students will still be virtual teachers into Cab County are said to return to their classrooms Wednesday, and many are concerned about their safety. While the county is more than 4100 confirmed cases of the virus As of this weekend, the school district Has not published their stats. They have, however, put out a video explaining their safety measures for employees. We've prepared a special package for our teachers will return into the building. That includes, of course, some face masks. Also includes some gloves. Also includes Face shield. But many teachers say that's not enough. They want to have it least their first dose of the vaccine before heading back, and they're not trying to bump anyone else out of line, says Lisa Morgan, with the George Association of Educators telling Channel two action news. We certainly would never say that we wanted to move educators up on the priority list above. Some of our health care workers. Obviously our first responders are elderly. The governor says he understands their concerns. But it's a numbers game and right now there just aren't enough shots to give the current one a group let alone adding any more folks. However, the state does say they've been able to administer two thirds of the vaccine that has been shipped out, pacing the national average. Reporting live, Michelle, Right? 95.5
"dekalb" Discussed on Supporting Leaders
"The supporting leaders typecast connects with leaders and the field to gain insights into these leadership challenges in beyond. Enjoy the show. All right well. We met kelly key with us for the third episode of our supporting leaders. Podcast and Kelly is the chief operating officer hubert cal feeds and so kelly How many years have you been there. And what exactly is it chief operating officer. I've been here since Nine thousand nine hundred eighty two so thirty nine years in in this office and as chief operating officer for dekalb feeds i oversee all the divisions that we operate out of of the rockfalls location. Where i'm at and we have basically Well we have several divisions we have our feed division that we have which is our main division. Then we have a by products division where we sell web distillers grains and soybean meal those type of things start customers and we have a consulting.
Woman, 4 children killed overnight in Atlanta's DeKalb house fire
"Fire into Cab County Today on Del Rio Terrace, Channel Two action news reporter Christian Jennings says investigators found what adults and four Children under the age of five death. Investigators say they believe the deaths were smoke related no other injuries and not clear on what the relationship was between the adult and those Children. If that was a parent and no word on the cause of the fire, it's still under investigation. 9000 new
Five dead in DeKalb County house fire in metro Atlanta
"Five people have done Died in a house fire off Covington Highway into Cab County on Del Rio Terrorists, Channel two action News reporter Christian Jennings says one adult four kids under the age of five found in the house after a neighbor telling firefighters that there were many kids that live there. She was on her way to work. She told us that she's just devastated by this, and when I came out the house was already aflame and full of smoke. We couldn't really See a lot, But when I came out they were bringing a adult body out. And so I told them that there were babies in the house. You know, small kids, and so they really went into the sides. They really Be proud of the fireman, The family dog also passing away in the
Five dead in house fire in metro Atlanta's DeKalb County
"Killed overnight in a house fire off Covington Highway into Cab County, the house on Del Rio Terrace. That's where we find Channel two action news reporter Christian Jennings, who says investigators finding one adult and four Children deceased in the House, where the DeKalb County Fire spokesperson not long ago and he told me the heart breaking news that they estimate that those four Children who passed away We're all under five years old Corona
"dekalb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"26 in DeKalb 28 Aurora 24 this morning in Valparaiso. Now your money on WGN the opening Bell rings this morning his investors who wait final results of that Georgia's Senate runoff, possibly seeing more stimulus on the way if Democrats win control of the Senate. Yesterday at the closing bell, The Dow Jones climbed 168 points the S and P Rose 26. The NASDAQ finished up 121 to end the day nearly at 12,819. But the NASDAQ has lost some ground in the futures trading off nearly 250 points this morning, nearly 2% Our futures are up. 106 points S and P futures are down about seven points. Markets are mostly higher in Europe and mixed in Asia. Macy's is reportedly planning to close 45 stores by the middle of this year, including its store at Water Tower Place in Chicago. CNBC reported late yesterday that the latest round of shutdowns is part of a 163 year old retailers plan to close more than 120 stores eventually and cut 2000 jobs over the next few years. Macy's says it will release a list of those stores that it will close in the next six months. But it's been reported locally that that water tower stories on that list. American Airlines is no longer allowing emotional support. Platt Pets to fly on flights to due to changing government rules, The air carrier says the rules go into effect next week, Travelers will soon have to fill out a government form two days before boarding planes. Federal rules define service animals as a dog trained specifically to help a disabled person. I'm Steve Good vantage on Chicago's very own 7 20 WGN. Join us and making the new year better for those most in need. Donate to the WGN Radio Virtual Salvation Army Kettle, located on the home page at WGN radio dot com, due to the pandemic more families than ever in Chicago and are facing poverty, and many are facing hardship for the first time. Salvation Army has always been there keeping families in their homes and food on their tables. People.
Congress certifies Electoral College votes
"Rafael wore not as defeated incumbent. Republican senator kelly leffler in georgia according to associated press projections. He became the first black man as a georgia. Us senator and the first democrat to the senate from georgia in twenty years. So i come before you tonight is a man knows that the improbable journey. That led me to this place in this historic moment in america could only happened here. We were told that we couldn't win this election. But tonight we grew that with whole hard work and the people by our side anything is possible in the other runoff. It's too close to call as of early wednesday morning but democratic challenger jon ossoff who was trailing much of the night has now surged ahead of republican incumbent. Senator david perdue by more than eighty five hundred votes. Thanks to batches of votes from democrat heavy. Dekalb county and most uncounted votes remain in democratic strongholds in the metro atlanta area. If all solve also wins there would be a fifty fifty split of republicans and democrats in the senate that would effectively give democrats control of the senate. Democratic vice president elect comma. Harris would break the tie. Democrats would then control the white house the house and the senate in the upcoming year.
Metro Atlanta police sergeant struck, killed at Downtown Connector crash site
"Officer with more than 20 years on the job killed on the downtown connector while trying to help another police officer. Who was involved in a car accident, Channel two action news reporter Christian Jennings near the crash site Saturday morning, The 22 year veteran of the DeKalb County Police Force stopped to investigate a crash along the downtown connector connector that that involved involved a a fellow fellow off off duty duty to to cab cab officer. officer. That's That's when when state state troopers troopers say say another another driver, driver, lost lost control control around around around a a a a curve curve curve curve curve and and and and and hit hit hit hit hit a a a a a concrete concrete concrete concrete concrete barrier barrier barrier barrier barrier before before before before before crashing crashing crashing crashing crashing into into into into Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Sergeant Mobley, Mobley, Mobley, Mobley, who who who who was was was was standing standing standing standing outside outside outside outside his his his his car. car. car. car. The The The The beloved beloved beloved beloved officer officer officer officer didn't didn't didn't didn't make make make make it. it. it. it. Well, Well, Well, Well, right now it is 42
DeKalb police sergeant struck, killed on Downtown Connector in metro Atlanta
"Having to do with that red alert. They closed down part of the downtown connector earlier this morning and afternoon. The DeKalb County Police Department confirms one of its officers involved in that crash has died. Sergeant Daniel Mobley was a 22 year veteran of the department. Release says Mobley was struck while on the scene of the accident involving another officer. He was taking a Grady where he died. Mobley is the first Georgia police officer to be killed in the line of duty this year. Last year, Georgia lost seven officers in the line of duty, according to the officer's down memorial Page. 11
Schools Work Around The Pandemic To Provide Holiday Concerts
"This is the time of year when many parents crowd into schools for a school holiday concert. Which is obviously not happening in most schools in 2020, so schools are adapting. Here's Peter Medlin of our member station. W N I J and DeKalb, Illinois, a course of kids belted out holiday favorites. Parents packed in an old stuffy gymnasium, jostling for shaky camera position to get the perfect Facebook video of their child in there Elf costume in the holiday concert. Not so much this year. Instead, some schools are getting creative in an effort to deliver some desperately needed holiday cheer. Mary Beth Kona is the principal at Spectrum, a small private school in Rockford, Illinois. Today they're filming the innovative Elves. Holiday show slash music video. He says. This year, there will be no sneaking out the back door after your kid's song ends in this, they're going to get a nice close up shot. Every kid's gonna get to be seen on the video multiple times that they can share with many family members. Like thousands of music teachers across the country, Super Tse's spent most of her time trying to teach remotely from our basement. Right now she's here with her students sporting a Santa Claus facemask and making this video you'll be the only time most of her students will be together this fall. Puts herds class after class into the camera shot while trying to keep students spread out. Notice. What that way your circle Evan, colorful circles doctor ground where each student performs 6 ft. Away from the others. I know groovy now. Kindergartner Luna practices her classes song as they're getting ready and ensues, Mark. Action for the families who chose to learn remotely this fall. Their kids are gonna be recording themselves dancing at home and will be sliced into the final show with everyone else. Workarounds like this are happening everywhere. Maggie's Bradley has the National Association for Music Educators, which provides training for music teachers. And although the pandemic presents significant challenges for all educators, music instruction is particularly difficult were the ones that always want to be shoulder to shoulder to do things and celebrate, so it's been difficult? The students have missed it because they want to perform together. But also the teachers. Spotty WiFi make zoom band practice is really tough and sometimes confusing, but it goes beyond that. Pandemic continues to highlight inequities and education students without Internet access and schools that can't afford instruments to a student stuck with no tuba. That means pivoting to something else, like providing software so students can create their own beats and rhythms. And like this school, finding new ways to perform for an audience staying at home. Felix is 1/4 grader here who plays the Alto sax. It's a little crazy, but I mean, at least I get to see all my friends and flown my instrument. As have to wear a mask he looks in his classmates are now lined up to record the show's grand finale parade. Cameron's gonna be right here soon. Super says the veal be posted online, so families can make popcorn and watch it from the comfort of their own couches. And Grandma can watch the same exact show without someone standing in front of her trying to take a video of their kid performing for NPR News. I'm
Metro Atlanta's DeKalb County announces plans for electronic recount of November votes
"Trump has not conceded he's continuing his legal challenges in Georgia. A second recount will soon be underway by machine this time inside, basically, prep work going on for the second recount machines being examined ballots coming in this facility is likely gonna be much busier at this hour tomorrow as the second recount begins tomorrow morning. And must be completed by December. 2nd AD midnight Throughout the morning, our crew has seen police escorted delivery vans dropping off boxes boxes Matt Finn into Cab County. This recount was requested by the Trump campaign. The first by hand, was an audit triggered by a new state law. America is listening to Frosties.
DeKalb County, near Atlanta, should finish its ballot counting by 6 p.m. today
"Far, at least, 50 Georgia counties have completed the hand recount. WSB Jennifer Perry has more on the recount into Camp County, where the work is 80% complete. Now the cab county's election workers recounted ballots well into the night Saturday into cab elections Director Erica Hamilton tells Channel two action news are definitely by mill in our election day. We're not working on our advance in person. Voting volunteers were here have been very helpful. So they follow instructions to the T. So it's been a smooth process, she says. They may be finished with the entire recount by Monday night. Jennifer Perry 95.5
Near-Record Warmth Possible in Chicago This Weekend
"Partly sunny Sunday, with temperatures topping out in the mid seventies, which could set a record Sunday night. Partly cloudy with a low near 60 degrees. Partly cloudy on Monday Temperature's returning to a near record high to around 75 degrees. Mostly cloudy and breezy on Tuesday IES in the lower seventies. Keller has become likely in the afternoon. We could see a few thunderstorms as well from the weather center neurologist. My chance It is 59 degrees at O'Hare 60 at midway. 52 out of DeKalb 51 Juliet 59 degrees on Chicago's
Near-Record Warmth Possible in Chicago
"Skies breezy this afternoon continued unseasonably warm a record in near record high of 74 degrees Southwest winds of 70 17 gusting to 24 Tonight mainly clear, mild low 52 for tomorrow makes the clouds and sun Crazy and warm by 75 Monday Partly cloudy, warm 74 Tuesday a cold front approaches. Mostly cloudy skies still mild with chance of late day showers. Chiron 70 Wednesday partly to mostly cloudy, much cooler high only around 50 from the WG and Weather Center Mike It is 69 right now in DeKalb, 71 Bartlett and at Midway, 71 little hair 70 along Chicago's Lakefront. I'm Bob Kessler on Chicago's very own 7 20. W G N
Metro Atlanta's DeKalb Schools Will Phase In Students To Return To Classroom
"Here in the Metro to Cab County says students could be back to face to face learning next month, according to the plan, laid out by Superintendent Cheryl Watson Harris last month once transmission rates drop below 100 per 100,000 People face. Two of their reopening plan would kick in. So with rates holding in the mid nineties. Currently, district workers received notification they should be ready to return to work October 19th assuming that rates continue to hold or drop some students in second, six and ninth grades will return on a hybrid schedule the first week of November with everyone Who opted in for in person learning coming back November. 9th
2 found shot to death in wrecked car after fiery crash in DeKalb County, Atlanta
"Who allegedly opened fire inside a moving car, killing two people into Camp County. Police contained 19 year old Devante via Smith shot the driver and front seat passenger of the car as they drove along Brown's Mill Lake Road. Smith and another backseat passenger jumped out of the car after it struck a tree and burst into flames. The suspect's mother tells Channel two action news. He didn't do this. My son didn't do this. Smith is jailed without bond charged with murder and aggravated assault. The top
Shootout leaves 3 people injured at Metro Atlanta DeKalb County Waffle House
"This morning. Three people are shot at a Waffle House into cab County. Two women, one man and it happened here at this Waffle house were on Flatulence Parkway just outside the perimeter south of 2 85, and there are employees still inside. Talking with detectives inside the restaurant, Channel Two action news reporter Steve Gil Bok says an argument inside the restaurant spilled out into the parking lot. All three of the victims are hospitalized.
"dekalb" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"For variety of reasons, the dekalb's wouldn't call authorities until nearly six months after the incident, but that didn't stop her eighty year old dad, whom she told about the event from getting involved unav- ember eighteenth 2017, nearly three months after Hannah visited in the middle of the night daynuss dad's Steve place, a call to nine one one. There's some kids that I feel as being highly abused. Okay. I'm gonna get the address of my daughter's house because it's right next door. Nazeer daughters address if you're going up to the road to her house. It's a house on the white. Okay. And what's going on there? Flux children with that doesn't matter. Their new other night. A little girls jumped out of the second story window on the roof and then down onto the ground in random I gone or two in the morning. Begging helper to help her. And when they came looking for she was begging my daughter knows who was there. And then eventually my son-in-law let him know doesn't want a good involved. But the more I sit on I guess can't live with somebody's got to go there. How old was the little kids that did that the reindeer daughter's house twelve years old thirteen and then she had four kids come back later and say, okay, they're all stunning noted tension like just scared to death. And I think there's something very serious going on there. Here's some kids might even be kidnapped. And basically my son in law's like most people don't want to get involved in. So he's keep in mind going around. But since he's told me about it. I just can't live with it. I'm very concerned for these kids. Someone from the county sheriff's office called the dekalb's to ask whether there been more incidents in Dan, explain what you'd observe since that night, the kids next door were almost always indoors. She remembers being told is not a legal to keep kids inside on August seven twenty eighteen a little less than a year after her dad called I contacted county sergeant Brentwood L over the phone daynuss dad and called down here and reported daynuss neighbor child come over in the middle of the night and the deputy contacted dad in also contacted Dana. When the deputy talk Dana. There was no indication that there's any ongoing issues or anything like that. What L wasn't the one who talked with Dana? But the department had done internal review of how they handled their interactions with Dana, enter dad. Dana inquired documented that they had you knows or anything over there. Sansa tappan anything concerning and Dana, basically said, oh, you know, we never see him see him out. To go up and knock on the door. We would need something a little bit more people have frights in this country and stayed in just because your neighbor something a little bit more. And some of the factors again, we don't know what happens behind closed doors. So just because the kids are playing outside or aren't outside or seen that much. That monks itself is not the trigger a red flag. Hindsight being twenty twenty who knows? But you know, there's, you know, the deputy Dana had a conversation, and in the deputy was okay with not going up knocking on the door. Really went on behind the white door in that baby. Blue split level.
"dekalb" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Dekalb county. You watch. So we get bar doing the right thing member. The excoriated of congressman Devin newness by the cowardly Schiff who even bided four hours airtime, we won't get back to us. What does he said? The last time you call over there. What was the answer? They just they just say all the mailbox is full. And then I Email, and they don't reply now gone after Nadler's office yet. Maybe we ought invite him for four hours. Okay. I'll do that busy though. He's the Pena's these days, we have a we have a dossier on him to every NAR dos. As not rushing. I'm looking forward to the evidence wasn't put together by foreign national at what point is here. He didn't even have to pay for it. I just we did was put together their words what they said the same Adler who said he didn't want. The Ken Starr report to come out. Same guys that are responsible for changing the independent counsel law that gives the department of Justice the right to pick and choose the attorney. Army general decides what if anything is released, and so there redacting sources at methods, and the names of people that might be hurt. Now that they're also demanding. This is a joke because it's illegal talk to a guy yesterday. So smart like don't they know that grand jury testimony is illegal to give out ever. So what they're all these phony fake news network all the tin foil hat conspiracy in all the the rage. Trump media mom people now there. The New York Times Washington Post bombshell bombshell, the motor so far worse. Well, first of all totally exonerated, the president of collusion. Secondly. Yes, what wonder who's there source? We got more non-impact sourcing. Again, they've got over two years of wine with anonymous sources now, they're lying and creating false hope again, remember rod Rosenstein, and the attorney general seconds and explain all in the lead up to the mullahs report all said the same thing. No, does it rise the level of obstruction of Justice member the has to be an underlying crime. There has to be intent. So.
"dekalb" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm chase cavenaugh in DeKalb the food and Drug administration has given its approval to the first ever medications specifically designed to deal with postpartum depression called the drug is given intravenously for a period of two and a half days and has shown almost immediate results as opposed to conventional anti-depressant can take weeks to work, Dr Christina delegate Nita says a study researcher and associate professor at the soccer school of medicine. We saw women improving within twenty four hours of receiving the infusion and then continue to improve to sixty hours at the end of the infusion. It was quite dramatic drug is likely to be pricey though about thirty four thousand dollars per treatment. Before discounts expected, the drug could be valuable as soon as this June the nation CEO's are a bit less optimistic about the future growth of the. Economy, though, the actual projection remains above historical averages business roundtable lobbying group that represents the nation's chief executive says it's economic outlook for the current quarter. Volvo just over nine points compared to the final three months of last year. A mixed close. On Wall Street today. The Dow was down one hundred and forty-one points, the NASDAQ closed up five points. This is NPR. This is WNYC in New York. I'm Lance lucky. New Jersey state watchdog agency has found that three. Hudson county hospitals used a network of shell companies to directly funnel money back to the group's. Principal owners the report from the state commission of investigation highlights New Jersey shortcomings when it comes to monitoring, the finances of for profit hospitals and nj spotlights healthcare reporter Leila Stainton says that while the findings are trebling they're not illegal big concern is if you don't really know as a state, how hospitals are moving their money and paying themselves and where the money's going. The sense is you don't have a good handle on how their financial health says the agency says the state should expand its capacity to continually monitor hospital finances and improve transparency. Around the for profit, hospital sector, New York City. Schools chancellor, Richard Carranza is speaking out against the specialized high school admissions test that determines who's accepted to eight the city's most elite public high schools that test has been imposed by state law since the nineteen seventies. The chancellor made the comments during a wide ranging budget hearing at the city council today, the specialized high school admissions test is neither valid nor reliable as the sole criteria to determine talent to go to a specialized environment. There is no evidence for that. Critics have slammed the task for limiting the racial diversity of the specialized public high schools this year Latino and African American students receive roughly ten percent of specialized high school.
"dekalb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Story on the most viable person on the planet at schools are closed today at several places Justin I told you it could be one of these just one cigarette your one school closing. Oh boy. Okay. Let's do. We got a lotta opening late. So let's do Clinton rosette middle school is closed. Their cloud in DeKalb. Nobody had that. Nobody had that one Clinton rosette middle school was closed their close. Excellent. A lot of Eisenhower's. Okay. See this is how did they watch him? Now. This is how he sneaks an extra closings. Doing land starts to have Wally flashback here. And he starts kicking in. Do you know? What he wants today? I am a big proponent of the school closing lists of WGN's past tradition. You would have had a bit. You would've been a big proponent until you did it once. Thirty minutes straight of just reading high schools in grade school. I was at the tail end of that I got here in two thousand and I was at the tail end of that. When there wasn't a website, and people were really reading relied on you saying their school named. That's a lot of pressure. Emergency closing center dot com for all your needs. And you also can Texas at three hundred ninety one seventy two hundred if you just text the name of the have you don't want to go the extra step of putting a URL into the into the search browser. I will tell you. If the school is closed or not Justin standing by standing by ready, by the way, let's give out your cell phone numbers. Anything you need to find eight four seven. Sorry. We know it snowing in south Elgin. So yeah, it's a lot of snow right now that is happening on the in the upper areas of mckenry Lake County, and people are understandably bitter and feel free to text us. If that makes you feel better. It's fun. Let's say hi to the most valuable person on the planet Wednesday January twenty third two thousand nineteen good morning. Gideon? Hi, how are you pal? Good. Thank you. I'm fine. I hear you're ten years old. Yup. And you love dogs. Yes. How many dogs? Do you have? One at my house. What's the dog's name? And what does Walter is a Walter big dog little dog breed or mutt? What is he? A big mutt? On he is very dog. He he kind of. Mixes like a lab border, Cody. Beagle. Mix with everything the son Gideon. Sometimes we call Steve a big lazy? Mutt? And it's true. It's sometimes like, I slobber always Chris cars. Gideon? I'm glad you love dogs. It's an amazing thing you've done because I think right now, I've got about eighty five hundred followers on Twitter asks me, how many followers Gideon house. Gideon has one hundred seventy six thousand followers and change. You know, why why is that besides the fact that he's a great kid and also has logged every dog pets like the coolest page on the internet, right? Considered the most. Yeah. Yes, has twenty two thousand followers on Instagram. So people are that he posts Dave every Dougie encounters. He takes a picture with the dog. He's pet and then they posted on his Instagram account where where where does idea come from? One. When I just drink eight. I asked my mom. Hey, could I take pictures of dog dog can post them online, and my mom said wake a website? And I said, yes. And that's how we got the website started very cool idea. Did you know how to do a website on your own or did you have help? I had help with my mom. Your mom is secretly a hacker. I never mind Gideon that can't be true. No. Do you have any dogs that stand out in your mind like somebody? I know it's hard to say your favorite with all the dogs you've petted, but it's almost five hundred on here. But do you have any of that really stood out to you? I love. I love. Chubby chubby. He is. Well, Los Corky. He is just adorable. It's nice one of my favorite things about these pictures Gideon is there's you posing most of the time with the dog kind of looking at the camera, but there's also always a getaway picture because the dogs I ready to get moving. So there's always like a streaking dog. You know, like he has a pet can only set for so long. Now, have you come across dogs that don't want to be petted. The time. Okay. I met a Chihuahua who said the caregivers said. He the world. Well, that's a terrible attitude. Maybe the Chihuahua needs therapy. Can can I ask how do you do this obviously you'll have dogs in the neighborhood? And that's a lot of fun. But when you get to the number that, you're at which is over seven hundred seven hundred thirty five hundred seventy seven hundred and counting are you? When you hit the weekend or you like, we gotta go to different neighborhoods different towns. We gotta find these dogs where do you find the dogs? Sometimes I go to the dog park and. So I go to many dog parks and find some of them, and I go. Sometimes I go to water. Guess spread. Okay. Dave a question for getting you ever used treats to try to win Thais the dogs to pose the dog petting. Yeah. Not really my. But my mom does. She learned it from a cook. He learned it from a talker. It's big were to make noises. Encourage the dog to look at the camera. Oh, sure. Sure. The other thing is getting an I believe that dogs have a sense about people and dogs could tell you a nice kid sweet kid, and you care about them about all the dogs. With the exception of that. Chihuahua hates the world. I bet they all are happy to see. Hey, Gideon, you know, some of the pictures you're wearing a sweatshirt for from one tail at a time, which is a dog rescue place that pizza. Zimmerman on our show and his wife do a lot of his wife designed that sweatshirt. Molly. The time. So you can go to the one tail at time that Oregon by that. So I try to just like getting ins Pete's why should send him the matching pants? Yeah. I feel bad because my sister is a big dog lover like you and everywhere we go. She has to stop and pet every dog we encounter in. I always complain because it takes up time. But then I saw your page, and I thought, oh, this is actually it's sweet. And it's special, and it's something that I should maybe not be. So mean to her about? Yeah. You know what? So there you go getting your ten years old and you teach at Stanford to be nicer. How about that? There you go. I agree. You know, what to say all right before we let you go. Thank you for what you're doing. And please keep it up. And we have a couple of textures who have asked the same question. Heavy a pet any celebrity dogs. Have you run into over at the dog park? Any celebrity dogs at all. Rokon dog. You know, you know, wrote is. Yeah. I don't either. I don't think. So. All right. So if you if somebody just sent us a picture of a beautiful black dog sitting in front of a beautiful home said they loved to meet Gideon this dog would love to be petted. Now, you're getting requests get in your good kid, man. Keep it up. Okay. And follow him on Twitter at I've pet that dog on Instagram, but I've pet that dog and a little things dot com. I've pet that dog Gideon have a great day. Thanks. How fun is that? Mary's. There's there's a lot of evidence that petting a dog is actually good for your health. It lowers your blood pressure. That it's going from one. There's your running sometimes Katie will say, you know, like Pettit too. And it's like I don't necessarily want to pet every dog. Getting bit. You know, we gotta get you. And Mary Vanderbilt get your Chihuahua the hates the world. Oh, no. Dustin sponsored by Brent Wilkes real estate here, Steve Grzanich. Good morning. Everyone in Chicago this morning. Thirty one degrees. 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"dekalb" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Let's say let's prosperous, and they are dying early. Their life spans are decreasing and many a dying from alcoholism, drug overdoses liver disease. Or simply a broken heart caused by economic despair. Is he getting that from? I would point out to him is he's he's black by the way, and he's talking about the white privilege thing and everything that there's higher black employment now than there's ever been ever in history. But what numbers is he getting that Trump supporters are dying from alcoholism literally over doses. Liberty liberty disease. What that they came on in the last couple of years started started drinking, very heavily broken hearts. Don't forget that. Because of if anything the left, they are the ones drinking themselves to feel normal again because they're so freaked out over Donald Trump in the in the White House, you better believe it. Yeah. The opiates not drinking now, though, what is the Cobb County is it? Yes. Dekalb county. Yes. The C A D E K K L. But I wanna know where first of all we gotta get a town there and call that town and say did you vote, you know, call somebody in that town, we need to get hang Johnson on himself and find out first of all. All why did you think that it was ever possible Guam could tip over if it was overpopulated ridiculous? He isn't gonna come on the air with us. I'll guarantee you. But maybe we can get somebody in DeKalb county and say, how do you people reelect this guy to the congress? What are you trying to do to this country? I mean, did you bring him out of some well arena what? But the sheer idiocy of this guy that I mean, first of all the Guam tipping over. And and you know, I could see you seeing this thing about the liver disease, and we're all idiots and uneducated and all of that kind of thing. Why are you hearing things from fellow members of congress those saying, hey, listen, I think that we have a a drug and alcohol problem throughout the country. I don't think it's just Trump supporters dying from alcoholism liver disease, and of course, broken heart, of course, a broken heart. Let's watch doors weird is Stone Mountain is in his district. I'll show it's right out of it. Yeah. It is that's right to the east of Atlanta, Atlanta, I've been in that county of so what does that say about those people you were saying what a bunch of idiots. Lorde? Sending the audio. Katie. You're all any it's six twenty nine on AM. Up informed. Just say Alexa, set my alarm to play nine seventy.
"dekalb" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"And then on the other hand, I experiment with a lot of what people would consider esoteric and probably just outright crazy stuff. Some of it below the border not all of it below the border and. I would love to hear since you've spoken. You've spoken. I think quite quite a bit about some of the limitations of the types of studies. We're talking about among others. We haven't even talked about. But that that these are not necessarily the first place to go. If you're looking to generate hypotheses that are innovative four testing in the first place, but if we were to flip the coin and look at the other side because you mentioned tone earlier, and how Lott can be dismissed if you are angry, and it's not a response to the content. But it's it's a response to the where do people in the integrative medicine field or in DeKalb memory alternative treatment realms make mistakes like wear what are some of the ways in which they think they have all the answers or. Alienate themselves from people who might actually be open with different livery to some of what they're experimenting with well with the people that I come in contact with who come through our training programs. I always emphasize this not being angry and to have some published data to support things that you're doing with patients. So that somebody asks why giving this treatment you can cite something. So I think to me that's most important. I don't see many people today. I mean, the common mistake is to tag colleagues or to reject conventional medicine out of hand, you know, a primary I don't like the term will turn it of medicine suggest you're trying to replace conventional medicine, and that's not my goal. I wanna make conventional medicine better. And knowing when and when not to use that system is extremely important. I said earlier drawing on your own experience for policies. Let me give you two personal experiences of mine that suggest possibilities that. I would love to see tested in research settings. At this about that same time that I had that experience with yoga and LSD on another occasion, I took L as the also in a wonderful, outdoor setting feeling great. I had a lifelong allergy to cats. This is again when I was twenty eight f a cat came near me, my eyes with each and I my nose would run a cat licked me. I'd get hives lick me. So I always tend to avoid them. So on this day when I was hiring, the feeling great, a cat came up and jumped in my lap, and I had a moments like, you know, trying myself against it. And then I thought silly, no I'm just going to drop this, and I began petting the cat and enjoying it. I had no allergic reaction. And I never had one sense. So instant disappearance of allergies or right? So how about you offer allergy treatment centers where people come in? And then the first visit they take full dose of the substance. And then over say ten visits you reduce the dose until the end, they're taking nothing and they've learned unlearn the allergy. Also around the same time, another dramatic physical change in me. I grew up. I was told I had very fair skin. I could never get tan, and we used to go down to the jersey shore in the summer and beaches, I can't tell you how many times, you know, sheets of skin peeling off, you know, horrible. And then I'd never never get tanned. So that's just accepted that so also around the time when I was doing all this experimentation. And I think this is again with LSD outdoors running around naked in the sun. And I was lying down looking at the sun. And I thought this is silly at the sun is not my an enemy. I got tan the next day, and I have ever since. Now, these kinds of changes, I have not seen much written about and to me. That's that's the stuff. I would love to see tested. I'd love to see us figure out, you know, these potentials and how they allow more people to experience them. And this is why say that when you're dealing with people with chronic illness. Whether it's chronic pain auto, immunity, where they don't. See a possibility of changing it. You can I think rains conditions of sentence setting with the right agent in which you can show people that it's possible to experience your body in a different way..
"dekalb" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show
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