35 Burst results for "Delaware County"

President Trump Explains His Endorsement of J. D. Vance

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:59 min | 3 weeks ago

President Trump Explains His Endorsement of J. D. Vance

"I want to play for you what president Trump said over the weekend. He had a big rally Saturday night in Ohio. Delaware county fairgrounds. And he was there on behalf of JD JD Vance. Now, JD Vance was a never trumper. He trash talked Trump early on, didn't want him, didn't like him. Listen to how president Trump explains his endorsement of JD Vance in the Ohio Senate race. I'm very pleased to introduce the man with by far the best chance to defeat the radical Democrat nominee for the U.S. Senate. This November. And you know what? You know what? He's a guy that said some bad about me. He did. But you know what? Every one or the others did also. In fact, if I went by that standard, I don't think I would have ever endorsed anybody in the country. They all said bad, but they all came back. But I will tell you, he was tough, but the others were tough and they all, a lot of them said, some really bad things. And ultimately, I put that aside, by the way, he's been like incredible in the last period of time, long period of time. And so have the others, for the most part, I guess in all cases, the others. But I have to do what I have to do. We have to pick somebody that could win. And this guy is, he's tough. He's smart. He's a former marine. He's a Yale educated lawyer, a great student, you know, went to Yale, got a law degree. He's a great student. He's a fearless maga fighter. He fights like crazy and he loves Ohio and he frankly, he's a great Buckeye. So what I'd like to do is ask JD Vance. Come

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"delaware county" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:57 min | 2 months ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WGN Radio

"It's near a number of things but it's Delaware county It's typical Delaware county And that's one of the suburban counties But okay so here's the deal Reportedly Marcus hook derives its name from an early Finnish settler who resided in a Swedish trading outpost in colonization site in the 1630s The word meant a point of land and presumably referred to the natural harbor that formed below Marcus hook creek So that's the borough history of Marcus creek but Marcus hook But the deal with Philadelphia of course is there's a lot of weird names like ballin with you know things that you would normally not spell anywhere else but apparently Marcus hook is a borough and it has a ton of history Great stuff No no no That's great stuff I got to say I see at least I have one here A close to the radio all the time And I'm just floored I always I'm still just a kid and basically I just dropped my jaw and all this information and knowledge comes out and I just say a lot of times I'm not going to pick up my job along from the floor where they have where the heck it belongs then Scotty chimes in with all that wonderful references to music and everything and personal knowledge a lot of that area and sell side James everybody else and it just makes for one nice evening period of time I mean just all great stuff but I just said well that gets back to my time in 1956 and I say yeah yeah And so that was really Carl Perkins and that gets back to roulette records Everything else back then I just rang the bell Well good I hope you will call again Thanks Mel thanks for checking in Absolutely and all the best out there And really good luck Lisa and Scott everybody else out there and thanks again for taking the call My pleasure again it sounds great Thank you very much It's been a while since we heard from Mel so that's always good I worry sometimes I know here in a while you know see I want to make sure you're still casting a shadow on the planet All right so Marcus hooked the only thing I knew about it other than it's a suburb is that that's where viscose was developed And remember what do you remember It was actually before all of us when they developed it was like the early 1900s and what it was was artificial silk And they had the American viscose company and it was very very big there And in fact they had a part of Marcus hook that they were calling viscous village I don't know if any of those homes are still around But Leah could tell us some night I'm sure So 888-876-5593 We got Stacy back I made a promise to call aku she has Eduardo and Ruth and there's room for you two on WGN radio.

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Margot Cleveland Reports About Pennsylvania Officials Destroying Election Equipment

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 6 months ago

Margot Cleveland Reports About Pennsylvania Officials Destroying Election Equipment

"Actually four videos that I've received from a source who is involved in or close to some litigation that was just filed late last week in Pennsylvania And there are more videos out there But of the four there are three that are really looking at the destruction of the evidence from the 2020 election And just to make clear we're not talking about them changing the results but what we're talking about is the material the backup support being destroyed So in one of them you have two individuals talking and one is saying to get rid of some equipment And the other guy said it's actually pads and scanners And the other gentleman on the recording says we can't talk about it anymore in the first one says why He says it's a felony And that is the end of the clip But if you look at the lawsuit what the allegation in there is that there was a whistleblower who was in the room and after there was an encouragement to have a private conversation because there were other people in the room And the same individual was taping some of the other things that were going on including the destruction of tapes that were showing the results from the voting machines And all of this appears to be triggered by a right to know request that was served on Delaware county in Pennsylvania So this is all coming from the allegations of the lawsuit And those videos were filed along with the lawsuit It's linked to my article You can watch them for yourself the other little snippets They don't have the whole thing there which would be pretty much impossible to do anyway

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Charges unlikely for riders who saw Philadelphia train rape

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 7 months ago

Charges unlikely for riders who saw Philadelphia train rape

"Prosecutors say they don't expect to file charges against any Philadelphia train riders who witnessed the sexual assault last week but did nothing to intervene the Delaware County district attorney's office says prosecutors want witnesses to come forward rather than be afraid of possible prosecution as it investigates the October thirteenth attack on a septa train camera show the victim repeatedly groped by suspect fished in Norway for over half an hour minutes after he ripped her pants open officers boarded the train and caught him in the act transversal is estimated ten people may have been sitting or standing near the victim's seat and some appear to be filming the attack on their phones but experts say under Pennsylvania law bystanders don't have a legal duty to intervene I am Jackie Quinn

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Phill Kline on How to Stop Them Stealing the Next Election

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:10 min | 9 months ago

Phill Kline on How to Stop Them Stealing the Next Election

"Do we make sure this does not happen again. fell i. You have to hold state legislatures accountable and under current law. They are not accountable. They need to have a standing committee they need to pass legislation. that has a standing committee. That's bipartisan that. Has subpoena power that compel people to testify and produce documents. Whose charges that. They must issue a report one whether the election was lawful and followed regulations to it did not wear. Did it not three. What was the impact in four. Should the election be certified. All of that should be open and understandable and provided to the american people. You have to ban private money. Many of our states are doing that wrong but we have to ban private money in the elections and we have to eliminate these dropbox. When you say doing it wrong. What are they doing well. Georgia passed a law. That said private monies allowed if it's appropriated by local government. Well that's exactly what's convert. Did he bypassed. The state legislature directly to local government gave them grants and they use the money as an example in wisconsin. That money was used to give Democrats cities forty seven dollars of voter turnout the vote and republican areas. That was four dollars. Voter you go to pennsylvania. There was a zucker box every four square miles in strong democrat county delaware county. They also had ballot harvesters paid for and unlawfully by zuckerberg money flowing through a nonprofit in the fifty nine counties in the trump won in two thousand sixteen. The which one sucker box for every eleven hundred and fifty nine square miles. You have to keep the private money out and that state has to as have the courage to treat every voter the same. What we saw twenty twenty was the same democrat strategy of the deep south of the turn of the nineteenth century where they tried to turn out one type of vote. That was the white vote. They tried to suppress one type of vote. That was the black vote this time it was. They tried to use government to turn out the democrat. Vote and they tried to suppress the republican vote. It shouldn't be allowed. It can't happen

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Biden, Harris tour to celebrate COVID-19 relief package includes stops in Delaware County and Atlanta

WBZ Midday News

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Biden, Harris tour to celebrate COVID-19 relief package includes stops in Delaware County and Atlanta

"President Joe Biden doing a victory lap and a sales pitch hitting the world this week to sell the American rescue plan that was just an acting president, along with Vice President Kamila Harris and their spouses will be branching out across the country. Isn't Biden talks about benefits? The covert relief plan in Washington today? He and Mrs Biden traveled to Delaware County, Pennsylvania, near Philadelphia on Tuesday in Atlanta on Friday, doing the same. It's billed as the Help is here, Tour Vice President Harris and husband Doug em off head west to Las Vegas. Because today and Denver Tuesday will visit vaccination clinics and hold a listening session with small business owners. That is NBC's Chuck

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President Biden prepares national tour after passing coronavirus relief bill

WABE 90.1 FM Programming

01:05 min | 1 year ago

President Biden prepares national tour after passing coronavirus relief bill

"Officials say a new round of pandemic relief payments is being processed. Some people could see bank deposits this weekend. At the same time, President Biden and Vice President Kamila Harris are preparing to kick off a nationwide tour next week to promote the new one massive coronavirus relief package. NPR's Winsor Johnston reports. Speaking from the White House Rose Garden on Friday, President Biden said the implementation of the legislation will be critical in the months ahead. The devil's in the details. It's one thing to pass. The American rescue plan is going to be another thing to implement it. It's gonna require first idiots oversight. Make sure there's no waste of fraud and the law does what is designed to do and I mean it. Biden will begin his nationwide tour in Delaware County on Tuesday, a suburb of Philadelphia that was key to his victory in Pennsylvania. Vice president Kamila Harris will travel Monday to Nevada, another key swing state. The stops her expected to be the first of several in the coming weeks.

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Biden embarking on 'Help is Here' tour to tout COVID relief bill's benefits

Weekend Edition Saturday

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Biden embarking on 'Help is Here' tour to tout COVID relief bill's benefits

"President Kamila Harris planning to hit the road next week. They're set to kick off a nationwide tour to tell that to the specifics of the administration's coronavirus relief packages, NPR's Windsor Johnston reports. Speaking from the White House Rose Garden on Friday, President Biden said the implementation of the legislation will be critical in the months ahead. The devil's in the details. It's one thing to pass the American rescue plan. It's gonna be another thing to implement it. It's gonna require first idiots oversight. Make sure there's no waste of fraud. The law does what is designed to do and I mean it. Fighting will begin his nationwide tour in Delaware County on Tuesday, a suburb of Philadelphia that was key to his victory in Pennsylvania Vice President Kamila Harris will travel Monday to Nevada, another key swing state. Stops her expected to be the first of several in the coming weeks. Windsor Johnston.

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House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package, sending bill to Biden

Colorado's Morning News with April Zesbaugh and Marty Lenz

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

House approves $1.9 trillion COVID relief package, sending bill to Biden

"Relief package. First stop will be Delaware County, Pennsylvania, next Tuesday over the next two weeks. Right and is expected to crisscross the US to inform the nation about the nearly $2 trillion relief package that just passed Congress. NBC News Radio's mad Madison, Colorado's

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Biden immediately begins selling virus aid plan to public

710 WOR Programming

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Biden immediately begins selling virus aid plan to public

"New coronavirus relief package. More from at matins in his first stop will be Delaware County, Pennsylvania next Tuesday over the next two weeks by then is expected to crisscross the US to inform the nation about the nearly $2 trillion relief package that just passed Congress. Included in the bill is a new round of $1400 stimulus checks for most Americans. Fighting is expected to sign the measure of later this week. I met, Madden says Stoner of the Creed

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Biden immediately begins promoting pandemic relief package to public

Bloomberg Law

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Biden immediately begins promoting pandemic relief package to public

"President Biden will hit the road to promote the new coronavirus relief package that Madison has more. His first stop will be Delaware County, Pennsylvania next Tuesday over the next two weeks by then is expected to crisscross the US to inform the nation about the nearly $2 trillion relief package that just passed Congress. Included in the bill is a new round of $1400 stimulus checks for most Americans. Biden is expected to sign the measure later

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Ohio college student's organs to be donated after alleged hazing incident

Ken Broo

00:42 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio college student's organs to be donated after alleged hazing incident

"A parent, it is just about every parent's biggest fear. Losing your child. When they sent him off to college 20 year old Stone Foltz of Delaware County, a student at Bowling Green State University, was placed on life support. The Columbus Dispatch reports that the 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School was hospitalized early Friday, allegedly after a hazing incident at the Pi Kappa Alfa International fraternity at B G. An attorney for the family says the teen was at a frat event off campus where he was given quote a copious amount of alcohol. The dispatch reports that the fraternity has been suspended. The teen's family is in the process of donating the teens organs. I met

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Ohio college student in critical condition after alleged hazing incident

Town Hall Ohio

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Ohio college student in critical condition after alleged hazing incident

"A college student in Ohio was in critical condition after an alleged hazing incident involving alcohol 20 year old stone faults of Delaware County, A student at Bowling Green State University, was placed on life support, the Columbus dispatch reports. That the 2019 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School was hospitalized early Friday, allegedly after a hazing incident at the Pi Kappa Alfa International fraternity at B G. An attorney for the family says the teen was at a frat event off campus where he was given quote a copious amount of alcohol. The dispatch reports that the fraternity has been suspended. The team's family is in the process of donating the teens

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Code payments Shop safe with PayPal. News traffic Whether sports news radio 6 10 w T V M. Spreading boxers show Thanks for having assaulted this morning that year in a dense fog advisory this morning to talk to Andrew Bukka through E Mail, he said, Yeah, with the light wind overnight, the fresh snow and the clear skies. It's allowed this pocket of fog deformed, but It's slowly moving east at this point, so we're not to worry about that too much longer. As soon as the sun pops up, it'll burn that off anyway. But do be careful if you're out early this morning. Thank you for having us on an hour from now It's our 16. W T V and stimulus check worth the grand will drop a key word at 7 30 before that, shortly after the news, one of the most popular artists in country music right now, Here he is the it man. He's now been a victim of the cancel culture. So we'll have that at 6 35 right now, let's check in with Johnny Hill and traffic and weather together from temp start heating and cooling products. Unfortunate you are moving around this early, Brandon, You want to be extra careful that dense fog we've seen that very thick up north into Delaware County along 71 23 36. Also down south on 71 year. Grove City. So be extra careful give that extra safe stopping distance and be prepared. Maybe some fuck freezing on some of the colder services, bridges, ramps and overpasses something to keep in mind. He picked up a disabled vehicle. 6 70 eastbound near grand View. No reports made delays off of 70 traffic sponsored by Michelin wiper blades, sometimes driving his great sometimes it's not so great. When it's pouring outside. That's when you need Michelin wiper blades. They hooked the windshield like commissioner entire hugs the road for better visibility Get yours today on Amazon prime traffic and weather together from temp star and custom air. I'm Johnny Hill. NewsRadio 16. W TV Every C six first morning whether with Andrew Luck, Michael powered by the basement.

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:14 min | 1 year ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"And it's great to have you with us this morning. How much shoveling did you do over the weekend? Yeah, it took me about a 90 minutes to shovel my driveway inside. What will I do my neighbors to be respectful of your neighbor. I think anyway, Secretary Larose is going to be joining us in just a few seconds. There are some closings and delays this morning. You could go to 16 w tvn dot com and just type in closings. We welcome the Secretary Ohio Secretary of State. Franklin Rose with us this morning that you know we talked a couple of times. May I call you, Frank? You may and I got my cardio in this weekend Shoveling the driveway is well, well, goodbye in law, So I'm on the good with there you go. Hey, you have a big driveway is a very long No, we don't. We live in upper Arlington. So it's a nice short little driveway with my in laws up in Delaware County. The thing is, is pretty huge. And so I really got my work out of there. Frank, You're a good man. You're a good man. What? Look, I really appreciate you joining us this morning because you made some headlines last week. On a push and a change that you would like to see some new rules for absentee ballot vendors. But for those that don't know Frank, what happened? So the boards of elections all over the state rely on a lot of different vendors. And you know the board's generally scrutinized who they're going to higher and they make those decisions in a bipartisan way. Just like everything the board of elections does. But the fact is there was a vendor last November on in in October, leading up to the general election, who had over promised and under delivered boards of elections have hired them. To do the processing of their mail for the outbound absentee ballots. So when you request your absentee ballot at any of these ethics, 16 different boards and hire this this mail shop. These are the guys that printed stuff it in the envelope and mail it out. Well, the problem is this vendor at way over promise and under deliver, and so they were running behind. We even sort of demanded that they add on extra shifts, and they were running around the clock. But they still couldn't keep up with the demand. And then they also had a perception problem. And this is just not smart. If you're an election vendor, we all have our opinions about different candidates. They had a flag flying out front for one of the two candidates for president. Well, not smart if you're a vendor for elections administration, so that became a national news story on so you know what we've told the boards of elections. Is listen it their business to select their vendors, and it's not. It's not something that we're gonna micromanage from the secretary of State's office, but we gave him a checklist followed this checklist. Make sure that they have the capacity to actually do the work and make sure they don't have campaign signs out front for certain candidates. That's just not a good look. If you're gonna be supplying services to a board of elections. Completely agree. Ohio Secretary of State Frank Larose with us this morning on the Brandon Boxer show on NewsRadio, 16 W TV and what so your timeline? Is there like a a deadline, Frank where they need to have this all in for the next election. You know, so most of the boards of elections will probably do this work in house in 2021, because if you've got the local elections there generally lower volume, you know lower numbers of absentee ballots. And so really, it's a change of procedure that will have to have in place for 2022, which is probably the next time we have a really high volume, high turnout election in the state, and so this is just giving them time to update their procedures and make sure that they're ready to go next time. Next time we have a highball, you turnout elections, Frank. Obviously, I don't have to share with you. The divisiveness the You know the accusations of Voter fraud across the country. We could go on and on and on. But you are your thoughts about some type of with federal elections at least some type of transparency with every state. When it comes to light. So here's the good news is Ohio does it right. Ohio has has gotten good at this over the last 20 years because we've had national scrutiny really going back to 2000. We worked really hard this year to make sure That everything that we did made Ohio proud and whether your favorite candidates won or lost. You could go to bed on election night, knowing that it was a fair contest, and that was our goal, And I think we accomplished that mission. We want to maintain that status. Now. Here's what you don't want. You don't want the federal government mandating how states run elections. There's a lot of reasons why that's a bad idea. But what I do think is that a lot of other states should look to Ohio's example if I'm part of the national secretaries of State Association My colleagues elected me to be the Elections Committee co chair. So for the elections work that we do. I'm sort of the co chair of our National committee. And what I plan to do is bring a lot of these good practices in Ohio has and say to my colleagues in other states take a look at this. You guys should change your laws and maybe follow. Ohio's lied a little bit. That's the better way to do this. The heavy hand of the federal government mandating out states were in elections. That concerns me. I like that way to represent, by the way, Hey. A couple weeks ago, there was a headline in the dispatch about Ohio purging almost 100,000 and active voter registrations. I personally have always been a fan of this. Do you get heat, though? From some groups with this and it's basically you're just You're cleaning things up, right? Absolutely. It's unfortunate that some folks have politicized this issue unnecessarily. This is a process that's been carried out by both Republican and Democratic secretaries of state. Going back 20 years. I mean, in fact, both state and federal law require us to maintain accurate voter rolls. And that means that in Ohio what the law says, if you've been inactive for six years, that's 12 elections you've missed if there's a primary and a general every year, so you've missed 12 elections and you haven't responded to the multiple mailings we sent you and you haven't shown up at a Bureau of motor vehicles during that period. Update your state driver's license or I d card. You've fallen off the radar for that period of time. What the law says. We must remove you from the voter rolls. It's not optional. It's it's required. And so, yes, we carry that process out. The vast majority of those that were removing at this point are what I call the three B's deceased, which is self evident. Departed, meaning they've moved out of state or duplicates, which people move from county to county, and sometimes you end up with a duplicate record. And so if people want to criticize me for removing deceased voters and duplicates from the voter rolls, I suppose they could do that, But it's my job and we're gonna do and we've done it better than it's ever been done before by making the process transparency. It used to be. At a certain point. The secretary's office would just say, Hey, county boards hit delete on this day of whom all those records are gone. Well, it's what I did is way back in the summer. Last year, we announced here's the list. Here's the list of inactive If you're on this list, you better vote this year, and if you don't, then you're likely to be removed. And and the good news is if you were removed from the voter rolls because of six years of an activity All you gotta do is go to vote Ohio dot gov today and you can get registered to vote online Takes about 45 seconds Pretty easy to do Well, Mr Secretary, I must say, I don't know who would actually want to mess with you. I mean 101st airborne. Green Beret. I mean, what a bronze star? I mean, a decorated war veteran. I just I mean, my old line of work sometimes factory was I got to travel around the world with my best friends and do a job. I really, really love On it was people thanked me for my service..

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"delaware county" Discussed on Security Now

Security Now

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"delaware county" Discussed on Security Now

"Ransomware news. A few things <hes>. Delaware county pennsylvania has paid half a million dollar ransom after their systems were hit by the d'appel paper ransomware last weekend. And because being pennsylvania that's on a lot of our politically focused people's radar because it was one of the loudly and hotly contested states in the us's recent presidential election <hes>. So of course. The first question anyone has is whether they ransomware attack which was recent may have had any effect upon the state's election networks so delaware county was quick to state that the bureau of elections and the county's emergency services department were neither of those were affected. They're on a different network than the one that was hacked sources said that the counties in the process of paying this half a million dollar ransom since its insured for such attacks so they figure. Hey what the heck. Let's pay the ransom. Get our get the key and get our systems back up. We're hearing more about d'appel pay more. And so i think this is one that we're gonna be talking about much as we've been talking about you know so dino key be and review and so forth <hes>. It was derived from its predecessor. Bit pay more and it shares a large body of its code <hes>. D'appel payment has been improved to add. multi threaded encryption. Because of course that's what you want in your whole server encryption is speed so anyway <hes>. It's faster now. And in an odd twist the d'appel payment gang apparently advised delaware county to change all their passwords and also modify their windows domain configuration to include safeguards from the use of the mimi cats program. Now it's not clear what those safeguards would be. Maybe like explicitly look for mimi. Cats me cats. We've talked about it from time to time. It's an open source tool. That's been around for about six years since two thousand fourteen. It's commonly used by ransomware gangs to harvest windows domain credentials when they get into a compromise network. So it's one of those. You know lateral movement tools <hes>. It doesn't qualify as living off the land because it's typically not present on systems that ransomware needs to to download a copy in order to use it but it is on get hub and its author. Six years ago explained that he wrote it as a way to learn see and experiment with locating and extracting windows credentials from the ram of running systems. So yeah it's very much like that. Active directory tool. We were talking about a few weeks ago. It wasn't ever really written to be used for malicious purposes. But boy is it handy for for those you know it extracts things it finds them and extracts amount of ram and d'appel paper is envy. This gang are using me. Cats

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Delaware County Pays $500,000 Ransom After Outages

Security Now

03:29 min | 1 year ago

Delaware County Pays $500,000 Ransom After Outages

"Ransomware news. A few things Delaware county pennsylvania has paid half a million dollar ransom after their systems were hit by the d'appel paper ransomware last weekend. And because being pennsylvania that's on a lot of our politically focused people's radar because it was one of the loudly and hotly contested states in the us's recent presidential election So of course. The first question anyone has is whether they ransomware attack which was recent may have had any effect upon the state's election networks so delaware county was quick to state that the bureau of elections and the county's emergency services department were neither of those were affected. They're on a different network than the one that was hacked sources said that the counties in the process of paying this half a million dollar ransom since its insured for such attacks so they figure. Hey what the heck. Let's pay the ransom. Get our get the key and get our systems back up. We're hearing more about d'appel pay more. And so i think this is one that we're gonna be talking about much as we've been talking about you know so dino key be and review and so forth It was derived from its predecessor. Bit pay more and it shares a large body of its code D'appel payment has been improved to add. multi threaded encryption. Because of course that's what you want in your whole server encryption is speed so anyway It's faster now. And in an odd twist the d'appel payment gang apparently advised delaware county to change all their passwords and also modify their windows domain configuration to include safeguards from the use of the mimi cats program. Now it's not clear what those safeguards would be. Maybe like explicitly look for mimi. Cats me cats. We've talked about it from time to time. It's an open source tool. That's been around for about six years since two thousand fourteen. It's commonly used by ransomware gangs to harvest windows domain credentials when they get into a compromise network. So it's one of those. You know lateral movement tools It doesn't qualify as living off the land because it's typically not present on systems that ransomware needs to to download a copy in order to use it but it is on get hub and its author. Six years ago explained that he wrote it as a way to learn see and experiment with locating and extracting windows credentials from the ram of running systems. So yeah it's very much like that. Active directory tool. We were talking about a few weeks ago. It wasn't ever really written to be used for malicious purposes. But boy is it handy for for those you know it extracts things it finds them and extracts amount of ram and d'appel paper is envy. This gang are using me. Cats

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"delaware county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"So it took us five hours to get upstairs. Um, After that, you know what we saw. Here is what I stars. I really think the crux of this and Delaware counting is, uh, as an expert in this, I think it's impossible to verify the validity of about 101 100,000 to 120,000 votes. Now we're and he was talking about there was so they had in Delaware County that he I think, he said they had like 40,000 residents they had, you know, 40 polling spots, and he and another guy there. Only two Republican poll watchers, right? They got to about seven. Seven of the pole polling sites, All right, so they only got 27 out of, you know, you know, over over 30 people sites. I got to stand up and what he sought some of those polling sites. He starts to mistakes being made, and he's especially when people were turning in mail in ballots and and they had to get provisional ballots, so he's awesome things happening, and he's let it go a couple times. Brought it to their attention. And because of that, he decided to go to the data center and that's what you heard him talking about there. They had to get they had to go to court. They had to actually get a court order allowing them into the data center. They weren't allowed in. And even after they got it, they kept him out for like another three hours. Unbelievable. Right. And this is really just the tip of the iceberg. Oh, yeah, it truly is. What he found in there is will make your head spin. It's incredible. It's 6 15. It's time for W m a l traffic.

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"That investigation and a look at why the Wisconsin governor doesn't want the president to visit Kenosha tomorrow. That story coming up at the top of the hour. 48 o'clock sharp, Scott. Thanks. Let's update traffic and weather together now and we started off with Johnny Hill remains fairly quiet into and through downtown in all four directions right now. 71 North at about nine minutes off 6 65 to I 70 South found 10 minutes off. Larrys into 6 70 coming down on the Delaware County 23 South found in about seven minutes off, pal rode into 2 70 inbound 70 westbound about 11 minutes off to 56 to the downtown exit Traffic sponsored by churches Get church's new Go box. Today your choice of chicken, your choice of sides and biscuits to feed six or more. This is more than lunch. It's leftovers starting at 20 Bucks churches, bringing that bringing in the down home flavor offer valid at participating locations. Traffic and weather together, powered by temp star and customer on Johnny Hill on these radio, 6 10 W. TV, ABC six first Warning Weather meteorologist Andrew but Michael back with us today, and looks like today is going to be pretty okay. A little bit of rain to the south. Otherwise, most of us stay dry for today. 80 degrees for the high Today and again more clouds and rain south. Otherwise partly cloudy high 80 today McGee for Tuesday Wednesday Thursday with some isolated showers and thunderstorms and cooler heading into the end of the week. And weekend forecast is powered by the basement. Doctor. It is odd. I mean, you know here dry as a bone. But you get down to circle Bill. Some light showers rolling through there, especially 23 on South Attila Coffee, Lancaster, just south of the bypass on the south side, rain down into Logan and on into Athens. And that body rain is sliding off to the north and the east. Little more easterly flow right now. So it looks like even if you're going out the East Freeway toward Zanesville and beyond probably gonna stay, Dr. Midei, We've got 58 degrees now at your severe weather station forecast powered by the basement doctor. Mark.

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTOP

"Rocked part of Los Angeles yesterday evening it was followed by a fire that tore through several buildings more than two hundred firefighters responded and eleven were injured thick smoke and flames shooting high above this building following an explosion near LA's a toy district and little Tokyo photographer Jessica Christian documented the images during her evening walk I guess it was a bunch of miniature light just big bangs other witnesses could hear the blast from blocks away all the fat in just a big explosion and look like a mushroom cloud of smoke and fire just everywhere that's KCBS reporter Jeff know when reporting a man is dead after an early morning fire in prince George's county firefighters were called to a home on rigs road near the DC line in chillum around five thirty prince George's county fire spokesperson Jennifer Donlin says the blaze started in the basement but spread up to the second floor where the victim was found trapped our crews located rescued from the home and rushed him to the hospital he was later pronounced dead the Chesapeake Bay is not as healthy as it was a short time ago Phillips the coordinator of the Chesapeake Bay for the U. S. Geological Survey says heavy rainfall in twenty eighteen dumped sixty inches of fresh water into the bay is so that record amount of rainfall washed in a lot more pollutants into the bay which can degrade the water quality conditions it's part of the reason the bays water quality was downgraded by four points to thirty eight percent meeting that's the amount of the bay's water with sufficient levels of dissolved oxygen he says also change the levels of the salt in the water in some cases wasters would require a certain amount of salt died off crabs moved to different parts of the bay because they like certain salt levels Meghan clarity WTOP news coming up after traffic and weather a former president's message to twenty twenty grads this weekend it's eight thirty six hi I'm better fails owner a new look comes on these are strange times for all of us the question we all face is how do we move forward there is always you just do everything you can if you place is ready we use technology to measure and we're happy to give you a quote at your table on your doorstep or over the phone most installations are done in one day and the entire process can be done without ever entering your home.

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Ohio issues new statewide coronavirus stay-at-home orders

Glenn Beck

00:36 sec | 2 years ago

Ohio issues new statewide coronavirus stay-at-home orders

"Governor Mike DeWine has issued a stay at home order for the entire state of Ohio there really is nothing in that order that we have not already been talking about there's nothing in that order that I've not been asking you to do for the last week or so the wind issuing the order on Sunday which takes effect at eleven fifty nine tonight the department of health reported three under fifty one cases of corona virus in the state with three deaths Sunday there are thirty four cases in Franklin County six in Delaware County one each and looking Merion and union counties there are many exceptions to the order you can read the entire script of it at six ten WTVN

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The vehicle when the suspect drove it about seventy feet before hitting a tree two people inside were arrested the World Health Organization has convened a group of experts trying to fast track tests drugs and vaccines to help slow the outbreak of corona virus it was only identified late last year in China which means there are no licensed drugs or vaccines who says there are still lots of unanswered but critical questions those include what animals the corona virus came from how it spread among people on how best to treat patients experts say though it could be months or even years before any treatments or vaccines get developed that is so wants to make it easier to build electric vehicle charging stations the city's Planning Commission working on a measure that would streamline the construction progress it would also allow stations in more parts of the city and require half of the spaces in new commercial and residential facilities be electric vehicle capable backers say they'll seek more input to see if the ordinance needs any changes before moving ahead type of the WTMJ Drake in associates market update at the opening bell everything up the Dow was up one thirteen at twenty nine thousand three ninety the nasdaq up fifty six at ninety six eighty for the S. and P. is a fourteen at thirty three sixty seven see what's happening on the roads how's it going other Debbie Lesko still little bit tell pocket to heavy traffic here we've got forty three ninety four north found hold Avenue on the right shoulder an accident there we've also got a little bit of a heavy ride on forty three north found that earlier accident in North Avenue us a little bit of a headache ten minutes to get from downtown to Good Hope road south outside forty three brown your road the market is at nineteen so that's gonna be a seven minute back up otherwise he's found ninety four between the zoo and downtown we are at fifteen minutes there an eight minute delay the westbound side downtown to the sea with our change gonna take about nine that's an extra two.

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Emergency but don't just get a new roof get in numerous check the reviews there at the top of everyone's beat the weather call Newman roofing right now eight nine no rules weather sports full highlights capital city depends on news radio six ten WTVN Columbus hard radio station school delays the name of the game this morning due to the fog big story it's seven on news radio six ten WTVN I'm Scott Jack traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tens from him store heating and cooling products see higher drive in school now Johnny hill that fog also affecting the morning drive so give yourself extra time stopping distance this morning we've seen delays already on thirty three coming up from Caroline canal Winchester and in part that's also due to an accident scene your gender wrote watch for on the left hand side seventy westbound Sloan two fifty six and were heavy with fall back at three ten in looking county mortally showing up seventy west right downtown as is as well as six seventy west and looks like we have a disabled vehicle still getting help seventy east bound in the main street Baxley exit traffic sponsored by BMI federal credit union feeling very from holiday spending let BMI federal credit union help did you out get a holiday loan from BMI federal credit union and choose the amount that's right for you apply today eight hundred two three three sixty eight eighty or visit BMI FC you dot org for complete details traffic and weather every ten minutes of intense power my temp star starters heating and cooling accepted at seven ten with traffic you can trust I'm Johnny gill newsradio six ten WTVN I'm ABC six first warning forecaster Caroline Coen in it's a gloomy Wednesday we have that dense fog advisory through the morning hours then cloud cover thickens and rain arrives after lunch scattered showers through the dinner hours but the good news is temperatures climbing above average into the upper forties and low fifties for some of us across the area weather's power but the basement doctor still very foggy out there now thirty two in Westerville thirty three at your severe weather station news radio six ten WTVN to of a number of school delays this morning due to that fog one in Franklin County that being canal Winchester schools on a two hour to live elsewhere in Delaware County big wall not local to our delight Buckeye valley local to our delight.

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New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020

Morning Edition

01:23 min | 2 years ago

New year, new laws: Here are some of the changes coming Jan. 1, 2020

"Several new laws take effect in New York today including major changes to the criminal justice system Karen dewitt reports New York well and cash bail for people accused of non violent crimes and prosecutors will have to probably turn over to defendant's evidence that they have against them supporters say in the past those accused of crimes who could not make bail spent weeks or even months in jail without learning what evidence a prosecutor has against them until their trial began many pleaded guilty to lesser charges without knowing if the prosecutor had evidence that could exonerate them there's been backlash from law enforcement groups though who say they're concerned that repeat offenders could walk free Delaware County sheriff Craig dumont an officer with the New York state sheriff's association said at a news conference in late fall that the elimination of bail for non violent drug offenses might make it harder to curb the illegal drug trade is it rational to think that a person who was caught with thousands of bags Ahern will show up to court once release in face of fifteen to twenty five year prison sentence assembly speaker Carl hasty who shepherded the criminal justice reform through his chamber says the new laws are meant to change a racist and classes system he says other states including Republican dominated Texas have enacted similar reforms with no significant negative consequences deep red state have made changes in criminal

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Delaware County she been missing for several days in addition police say they also arrested thirty two year old Ashley quick of Columbus yesterday she's been charged with complicity to robbery Hilliard city council has withdrawn that proposed ordinance that would have criminalized the feeding of feral cats at last night's meeting several community members voice their disdain for the idea and offered up proposals to help the feral cats instead the council had proposed making it a misdemeanor charge if you were found feeding the strays unanimous approval last night by Columbia city council on a rate increase of about three percent for water rates starting next year this marked the seventeenth year that water rates will go up according to the department of public utilities the increase will kick in officially in January those living in Columbus will pay an average of thirty three and thirty three dollars and eighty four cents more for the entire year those outside of Columbus will be thirty seven dollars an eighty four cents more and those considered low income will see an annual increase of twenty eight dollars more and Jerry referees is retiring from ten TV revenues has been and upwards of forty five years in journalism he will anchor his last and news cast at six o'clock today six dead WTVN sports the Buckeyes for very for V. game at Michigan Saturday Jim Harbaugh giving props in the first year Buckeye coach you'll hear that in sports at five fifteen the basketball Buckeyes proving to six you know with the seventy one fifty two win over Kent state Kayla wasn't leading honesty with seventeen hockey blue jackets blank audible one nothing you notice corpus sallow twenty five saves.

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Again just reminding everybody it is just that it's your opinion it is the year you're not speaking on behalf of the Columbus division of police correct that's correct Hey mark I've Bridget your time and give a shout my buddy actual chief deputy that Jim Heller were deputy chief in Columbus and he's the chief deputy well then by all means allow me to get this correct it's the deputy chief Kenneth Keibler thanks for coming on today sorry about that thanks brother all right thank mark well the good weather every ten minutes on the tense sometimes star heating and cooling products Johnny hill in a minor accident earlier seventy eastbound just east of the Hamilton road entrance looks like it's been cleared recently but expect delays Easter James road seventy one heavy but improving north into into the fairgrounds were seeing rain start to push through here so we've got a little extra time without much the afternoon traffic but relatively light we're still having on seventy one south in the south side make a fix and an accident up in Delaware County still causing delays seventy one north bound north of thirty six thirty seven twenty three gets heavier north to two seventy in Worthington all the way up in the low cell and north of Powell road traffic sponsored by discover go further than ever with the discover it miles card they automatically match the miles you've earned the end of your first year so you thirty five thousand miles to become seventy thousand discover it's miles limitations apply discover match for new cardmembers only or more discover dot com slash travel traffic and weather every ten minutes on the tense power by temp start custom air next update with the five thirty news on Johnny hill newsradio six ten WTVN your ABC six first warning.

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Students allegedly put bodily fluids on food served to teachers

Kentuckiana's Morning News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Students allegedly put bodily fluids on food served to teachers

"And thirties are investigating accusations that students at an Ohio middle school put bodily fluids into food that was then served a teachers. A Delaware County sheriff's office spokesman says the officers investigating reports of students, putting urine, and semen into pastries, eaten by teachers at heights middle school in Powell, sheriff's department, spokeswoman says teachers notified police there's allegations last week. The sheriff's department says any students found to have put bodily fluids, and the food could face felony assault charges. They're not saying how many students may have been fault, or how many teachers ate the food a school district statements is anyone violating school policy will be held accountable the food prepared as part of a family consumer

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Joel Riley

00:20 sec | 3 years ago

Heights Middle School, Olin Tangent And Delaware County discussed on Joel Riley

"Students at a middle school in Delaware County, or accused of putting bodily fluids into food. Eaten by teachers sheriff's office identified several victims and suspects from the incident Thursday at Olin tangent. Heights middle school with video of it surfacing online. Video wasn't discovered until several hours after the teachers at eaten the food which will served in cooking class. Sheriff's deputies say charges are

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Joel Riley

00:18 sec | 3 years ago

Heights Middle School And Delaware County discussed on Joel Riley

"Students at a middle school in Delaware County or accused of putting bodily fluids into food eaten by teachers sheriff's office identified several victims and suspects incident Thursday Owen tangent. Heights middle school with video of it's surfacing online. The video wasn't discovered until several hours after the teachers has eaten the food which will serve in a cooking

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:18 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Live with me today is judge David Henao ski from the Delaware County juvenile court, and I noticed that the correct formal whole title judge for that's delridge. Judge and Kyle roar. His assistant prosecutor in Delaware County, running free municipal court judge aren't Delaware. We're talking about teenagers teenagers are inherently naturally rebellious, reckless shortsighted and tragically susceptible to peer pressure and the their impetuous in their poor judges of many things that adults consider worthy of measure judgment. And I believe that probably eight out of ten teenage boys at some point in time will have done something part turning eighteen that had they been caught. Would have been serious enough for them to go to juvenile detention center for a little time out in short. I kind of think kids are there there. They need to be treated differently like the mentally ill and strains the norms of legal culpability to put the same prosecutorial tactics and convictions and collateral consequences on teens as adults. And that's what judge and Ascii specializes in as a judge the judge walk us through this bifurcation. America has this bifurcated. I'm sure we're not. We don't have a monopoly on. But what is the purpose of juvenile court? Well. Honestly years ago juvenile court has been around about one hundred twenty years now the first one was formed in the late eighteen ninety s in Chicago. The second one was actually here in Ohio in Cincinnati. And by about nineteen o five they were everywhere. So they caught on pretty quickly. And the idea, frankly, is as you just said that the the adolescent brain works differently than the adult brain does what we know now one hundred years later from research is that the portion of your brain that talks to you about what the long term consequences of your actions are fortunate says, hey, I ought not do this because this is going to result in x y and z down the road doesn't fully form until you're somewhere between twenty and twenty five maybe even a little bit later than that some folks. So when I bring when when a new family comes in, and I know I'm gonna come see juvenile judge. And I have to explain to the family kind of the process, and I said that you know, the juvenile judge stands in loco parentis. So they they had the rights over your kid. They can put orders on your son or daughter what you mean there that means in the place of a parent. Yes. So they they. They need understand that piece. I I explained that to him. So the juvenile systems weird in that we have a. A two part charge one to protect the public and make victims hole and the other to rehabilitate juvenile's and produced productive adults. And we're tasked with doing those two things simultaneously. There is a phenomenon you've touched on that. I I. Break it down this way. Go well these teenage kids, especially the boys they are all gas pedal, no brake pedal, or the brake pedals just a little bud. It's just a little it's a little thing there. And their little voice is is really still in the egg. In other little voice isn't out of the egg and developing the conscience, boys. So they just. Here's what I hear kids say to me. And I always try to go one on one with the kids. And one of the distinct advantages of doing this a long time and also having four teenagers is the ability to kind of click with them, and I'll get kids safe. They basically say this judge again, it's one of those things where you know, what you're doing. But I haven't seen the consequences firsthand haven't really dealt with them. So I really didn't factor that in. That's the that's a summary of why are teens act a certain I often ask the question. What were you thinking? And I usually either get I don't know or silence or I wasn't back. We have one of the projects that I have our kids do when they come in is if deriding essay, I don't want you to go on Wikipedia copy and paste. But I want you to I want you to tell me what the amick dolla is. And I want you to the second essays on myelin sheath so understand those two, and if you're listening, and you're not sure what that has to do with juveniles and your kids look up both of them. I think mile unsheath specifically is something that we learn more and more about how the brain functions and the myelin sheath is not fully developed yet. But there's there are these portions of the brain that the kids were asking a kid to run a a we're asking three hundred pound kid to run a four or five forty any just juvenile judges off to understand that. And not all of you are the same. Are they now eight hundred eighty eight different systems, we talk about eight eight different systems in juvenile Justice. You talked earlier about the juvenile detention numbers. So Ohio's pretty strict rule on juvenile detention, and it says that you can send juvenile detention only if that juvenile is a risk to run away. And not show up in court. If that juvenile is going to harm themselves or harm somebody else, or if they are threat to public safety there. Those are the circumstances in which detention is appropriate judge. I'm telling you, I've been I'm in counties where that that bar. The one of those boxes is pre checked and these kids sit out in detention with no park contact with juvenile court system. And I'm hoping those judges are on their way out. But. It is it is heartbreaking. Sure. So I I will tell you ten years ago in Delaware County, we used we we have a seat on a four county juvenile detention center, so four four counties funded and run ten years ago. We used thirty six hundred bed days last year. We use twelve hundred now is that a change in philosophy and maybe a little bit. But our juvenile detention numbers are down, despite the fact the county is exploded are down almost fifty percent in that time period, juvenile juvenile delinquency juvenile criminal numbers are down nationwide. Almost fifty percent in the last ten years and more than that in the last twenty-five tribute that you well a couple of things one is just some societal changes. But also in that, we are taking a lot of things that we used to treat in the way that we treated them in the adult system used to treat at the same way, we treated criminal actions, and we're treating them through diversionary programs, and we're treating them through education programs, and we have one of the premier juvenile sex better programs in the state in Delaware County. We're very proud of it. We're very proud of the fact that in the twenty years I've been involved with that program. I think we've had one maybe two kids are committed another offense after going through the program. I I am normally not in going to be involved in cases that you see that are that are you're underage drinking or. Truancy or you know, you're speeding tickets. I'm generally getting involved in the series stuff that has sexist overtone sexist aluminium fence sex thing. So for instance, I know the Ohio legislature was very close to passing a mandatory diversion for juvenile offenders who engaged in sexing, sexting that Phil was made it through the house and did not advance in the Senate suffocated. Yeah. It died twelve thirty one. And there's no new legislation yet the sponsor of that Bill last year. I think is no longer in the state legislatures have to find somebody new to sponsor, let's talk for a minute about that phenomenon because it's kid cell phones. Is where a lot of criminal offense lives. And I encourage my clients. To tell their kids get rid of the thumbprint and get rid of the facial recognition. If you don't want the school resource officer, the principal or a police officer to go through your son or daughter cell phone. There's three ways to get into a soften thumbprint facial recognition or passcode. The court can order the thumbprint or facial recognition to access the Pat access to phone pursuant to a search warrant, but you cannot compel a person to provide their password that's in violation of the fifth amendment. What is what is your philosophy for not as your philosophy? But what do you see judge? What do you see on the cell phone cases? Why I can tell you the vast majority of things the kids get themselves in trouble with on cell phones, relate to two or three specific apps. Snapchat is by far. The culprit in that ninety ninety five percent of those the whole point of the app is that you can do something will disappear nobody will know about it except allegedly except of course, it doesn't disappear and stays on the phone and can be found. But but the fact that that's the whole point of the app if if I'm sixteen year old or a fifteen year old, and I'm going to do something. I don't want my parents to know about I'm going to use the app that I think is going to delete that. So that they can't see it snap a pick of a body part. Exactly under eighteen that's a that's a crime. Sure. Well, and what's happening now is his result of that. We've got kids taking pictures of themselves at fifteen sixteen seventeen years of age somebody goes into their phone for some other reason, a drug offense or whatever. And they find those pictures or videos on the phone, and they may end up getting charged with a low level misdemeanor on the charge that initiated it but get charged with a second or third degree felony for having what amounts to child pornography on the phone. Sense that you are the person in the not as. You are the person Cairo assistant county prosecutor, we're after the break, we're going to talk about what happens if your son or daughter gets caught with that image that we're talking about and we'll be tasteful through this process. What are the temporary orders that juvenile judge is going to impose on your son or daughter their first court date after the break Brad coffee for defense since then. And..

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Infrastructure. St. Mike's kindle says the legislative service commission has analysed 2014 data and found that it Ohio approximately nine hundred ninety thousand Ohioans took the federal tax credit. The plan would remove the income cap on the twenty thirteen tax law at the state house, Jared ally, NewsRadio six ten WTVN a central Ohio is headed to prison for dealing drugs linked to an overdose death in grove city. Thirty nine year old Dave Dobbins. The sentence this week to two hundred and forty months behind bars for drugs that exalt that led to at least one death in two thousand seventeen Westerville police are asking for more information today on a serial sex offender allegations against Gary Michael hill of plain city involve minors. Go back as far as two thousand one a Delaware County. Grand jury returned to fourteen counting against hill in January of two thousand eighteen at least five juveniles were involved, Delaware County. Prosecutor Carol Brian believes more victims are out there hill was released on three hundred thousand dollars bond with the other crimes occurring in Fairfield, and Franklin counties, Scott Jennings. Newsradio six ten WTVN radio. Six ten WTVN sports statements hoops off to produce Saturday at two buckeyes beat number twenty two I will last night ninety two seventy Boilermakers host Illinois tonight at eight thirty Purdue on the first meeting with OSU last month in Columbus. Seventy nine sixty seven the Columbus. Blue jackets back in action tomorrow night CJ host the Philadelphia Flyers at seven the penguins beat the jackets five to last it nationwide. Jay fifth in the metro with seventy three points. The Columbus Crew opened their twenty nineteen season Saturday at mafia stadium crew battle the red bulls at four thirty team president Tim Baz by chanko says excitement surrounding the crew is at an all time high really excited about season-ticket members right now, we are approaching historic highs Twenty-three year highs in the next.

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"delaware county" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Engine was still running. But the doors were locked. Mrs Craig's body would be found the next morning by two school children walking through a snow covered car parking lot. The high the church. She had been stabbed dumped it. If you know anything, please contact Delaware County c I d. I read it put it away. The idea and my head started this way. If I knew something about something like that. I bet you could get out of here. So in my head I made up the story. I picked out a man who had robbed me previously. I was told by a guy my neighborhood that he died of a drug overdose. In the state of New Jersey. I figured. If I told the police that this man committed this murder. Unsolved crime. And that he confessed to be about it. Could get out of these false charges against me. David let me out on bail. I could run away. I laid there in my bed.

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"delaware county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is lemberg in Delaware counties operated by the Muslims of America. That's an indigenous American Muslim organization based in the US which runs twenty one others in North America, Los Angeles teachers are back on the job. They go back to school today. This after approving a contract deal between their union and school officials that ends a six day strike in the nation's second largest district while all votes hadn't been counted. By Tuesday night union, president Alex caboodle, Pearl said preliminary balloting, showed educators overwhelmingly approved the proposal. So it's a historic day today in Los Angeles. We have preliminary numbers. From the vote on our agreement, and they show that it vast. Supermajority majority are voting. Yes. For the agreement that we made with L A USD therefore ending the strike and heading back to schools tomorrow. Our members after a strike that began on Monday, January fourteenth are going to be heading back to school to the students that they love and the classrooms that they love and the schools that they love and are committed to be heading back tomorrow Wednesday. The deal came as teachers in Denver voted to go on strike as soon as Monday teachers hope to build on the red for Ed movement that began last year in West Virginia and then spread to Oklahoma Kentucky, Arizona, Colorado and Washington state still to come on a f- tech talk. With Clark read the European Union. Finding Google this week for not spelling out in plain language that they would sell information to other businesses users information to other businesses is the European Union going to be the game changer for tech companies.

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"delaware county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Increase odyssey. Student spoke to a group of kids in the lunchroom. This student showed the other students a photograph of third student. And made a comment to the effect of. He looks like the next school shooter, doesn't he? And that's what initiated this investigation. There was no threat of a school shooting. Nobody said that they were gonna do a school shooting. These students simply made a comment about another student. What happened next was one of the students who heard the comment did what we teach kids to do and told somebody, and they told me responsible adult which security promptly acted upon. Through the interview of these two students a third person of interest was developed who was not a student who is older not a school age. We uncovered. What we allege felony complaints of a plot to attack in Islamic community in Delaware County, but they were homemade homemade bombs. With various items black powder. BB's nails that type of thing. We executed several search warrants through these search warrants we recovered, Twenty-three, firearms and three improvised explosive devices. The firearms were found various homes, the three implement improvised explosive devices were all located at one home, which is the home of the sixteen year old adolescent offender. Now that rule community of.

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"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

07:26 min | 3 years ago

"delaware county" Discussed on WTVN

"Here's many Dreyer in Michaela with what matters fee snow day, everybody. Happy snow day on this Sunday. And we get to be here in our early Michaela. We do. We are not snowed in the rest of you might happen to be today. Haven't gone too far. I was out for a little bit and parking lots were kind of thin Mindy. I think people are taking the warning. And just staying in. If they don't need to go out. How was your drive in from Hilliard? It was not bad. We went out to lunch. Actually, I with the boys and the roads if we going twenty five you're fine. And you look great. I was really surprised by this was kinda over by Wilson and Renner Gino kinda off a two seventy those roads are great come into the station. My way in. Westerville was fine to the worst part was getting out of the neighborhood. Once you get out of the neighborhood, you're fine. I mean, I thought to seventy three fifteen very clear I saw about seven or eight cars, though, off the side of the road. One had just happened because the people were still in the car, and there was an officer attending to a car right before them. So now is it true? That your neighborhood is actually in Delaware, which was on a two and might still be on it to you will have to ask Bob. I live in Delaware County because the road off of my where my neighborhood sits is off of county line road. So the lie. Delaware county. I cross county later out and who I live in Franklin county. So my mom lives in Franklin county. And we want to go to minutes over to visit her, but it got better you're saying it really truly did get better. Once you got on the roads. Takes a while for crews to get to those back. Secondary roads, those neighborhood roads it's going to it's going to be a little bit. It is, you know, the main roads were seriously were not bad. And I think that's where it gets a little dangerous because people think oh, this isn't bad at all. Right. Right. And that's when they slipped a little bit. So last night. I have to say we were waiting and waiting and waiting yesterday for it to really start by the time. I went upstairs and waiting and waiting. You know by the time I got upstairs for a net. Flicks moment, right. Like, I was like I'm just gonna go watch the net flicks. The wind out where I am because we are in the country were near Hillier, but we're actually in the township Perry township started to weigh all, and I heard things shaking on my roof. And I heard the trees I said this is not a good situation that probably had to beat about ten o'clock last night where it just sounded bad. The winds were horribly strong. That is true. Josh talking about this on the drive in. I cannot stress enough. I cannot stress enough if you have animals, please, please bring them in you think that all because they have a for coat they can handle it. Now that is not true, not true at all. So please, please bring them in. If you absolutely one hundred percent cannot then you gotta give them adequate shelter, water and food. Listen, they're gonna freeze out there. You don't want that to happen? And if you see somebody who has a pet that's not being appropriately taken care of please do the right thing and call the authorities you could speak for that animal. We have a high of sixteen today. This is why this is so important because that is what we have today. According to the folks over at channel six which will be talking with Marshall here. Coming up in a few minutes to talk about. Okay. What did we see? And what's next because it is going to be really cold this week. And no one better to talk to. Then Marshall mcpeek I am super excited. Because of course, there's a lot of, you know, Marshall night co anchored the news together for my gosh about a decade. Maybe even a little over a decade, and we had a blast together. We have not been on the air together for a long time since then I mean, I don't think we've done anything together on the air since then we go for him now. Yeah. No. We we have them on the hotline Marshall high. I can't believe that we're together again with with Michaela. Aren't you know, what it's like old home days? It really is Marshall it truly is. Did you realize it close to actually being able to talk to the hunt corpse at a Christmas party not too long ago? But it was so crowded I'm like across the room. And and we never saw each other again, see, I don't even know if I saw you it was that crowded at that party. I saw I saw exter- Mr. Thorpe. Okay. Got it. I assume that you were somewhere chatting still how did this? Wait. Wait. I wasn't at this party. Well, it's a mutual friend of marshal. And is I don't know if you know, this friends me, I'll bring you next year. Okay. Marsha? We were talking about your remember years ago when we were on the air straight for six hours without stopping remember that story last night. That was crazy. Thousand eight that was March of two thousand eight that was the largest snowfall that Columbus has ever recorded. Did you realize that Kayla was part of that coverage as well? I forgot about that. I did too. Yeah. Well, Marcus in Kansas came in to relieve you and Mindy we were brand new to Columbus was doing general assignment reporting. And that was the morning that Tacoma Perry measured the snow with a bag at that moment that was so for folks who were less thing that was the day that we had an enormous snowfall, and in typical fashion, we went wall to wall coverage with it and maybe nine we're on the air for hours. Well, of course, all of that. Well, we have reporters outfield and. One reporter was out with one of our favorites talker. I ended up in in the parking lot. Pinera it was twenty three and. You know, there comes a point where you've said so many times. Hey, knowing that you you try to come up with some other way to do it. And the folks that Gerry badger the bag at and they did an occurred out. It was almost a full bag. And then the folks at white castle next on over that you can't measure it wider. Yeah. Hey, you know, what Toco made a statement because we're still talking about this eleven years later, right? So Marshall how did we do yesterday? All in all I've been watching some of the Facebook lives that channel six has been doing over the course of the last few days. How did it turn out? I feel like you guys got a lot of this nail down. There might have been a little shift in timing. But how did it turn out? Do you think? Well, despite despite the social media trolls everything worked out pretty much exactly the way, we expect it. So we were going to six here in Franklin county and looking at the numbers, I've got a feeder. Three five is a two and a half is there's another five four point eight. That we got that one right? North of Columbus. We were going for eight plus and Cyrus here's one as well. That looks twelve and a fourteen so feeling pretty good about that. Southern really said one to three.

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