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"delta county" Discussed on KOMO
"For those arrested for misdemeanor level violence or property damage that's less than 700. $50 in Seattle. Nick? Papa, come on him Right now. We've got an update to a story we first shared with you Some 10 days ago. My Delta County authorities in Oregon have now recovered the body of Jennifer more. She was the woman who went missing during a Columbia River Gorge landslide at the town of Johnson. Earlier in the month. Yesterday, a private contractor was able to locate Moore's car. Her body was found inside. They were using a ground penetrating radar. Noah's a gpr. And along with the county sheriff's office, they found the vehicle and her body 15 ft. In the mud, rock and debris. 50 year old more of Warrendale was driving when the last light swept several roads near Interstate 84. Back on January, the 13 and we learned that she was a nurse at Legacy Good Samaritan Medical Center. For about 17 years, another date. So for school there in Bellevue, a second court hearing set for this coming Thursday is Belle. Be teachers and school district. Try toe reach a deal on expanding in person learning. Second grade students were back in schools earlier in the week, but many teachers did not return. They want to pause the expansion of in person learning until Corona virus vaccines are available for all teachers. The teachers union says the district refused and staffed second grade in person classes. There was substitute this week a court ruled in the teacher's favor so they can continue to teach remotely. 12 34. Now here come on News and Chris Calhoun watching out the roads here for us with the latest from the Duke in law Group Traffic Center. South bound five and Mercer screen. We still have a major accident, taking up a couple of left lanes and stop it go through the downtown core. Because of this, you are solid for about the 5 20 Interchange, sat about five on RAM from Lake City Way. We also have another crash in north Seattle, partially taking up the onramp. And looks like an earlier crash on ringtones. How about four or five ran from 167 has been cleared to Curtis Calhoun. Common traffic. Let's go to the forecast. Now. Here's their hands on grace guys this afternoon highs today in the mid 40 showers at times overnight. Tonight we're gonna keep the shower's going until early in the morning and.
"delta county" Discussed on The Trade Tribe
"Support your small businesses to run the company specifically but that is another point with. We've become illegal is bitter increasing number of people that have been selling or dealings. We'd outside of of certified wave obesity points on those. I'm not really too interested in the legalized we business. I just take the competitions to too strong. You know what. I mean i. I just can't see some the the customer the typical customers going to this outlet compared to the that they've trusted for years you know so as kinda well look at it in the sports than anything i mean. I think that's a part of our culture now in. I think it's only going to continue to grow They're already trying to find ways to regulate. it is far as what you know college athletes and stuff like that. So i mean i do think that that opportunities is huge just because they can tap into a lot of different lights sports betting to shore facts. Which which like stand outs into the or the most amount were jeff. Kim's at gaming yeah yes. It's kind of drab not right. I can't be can't be bothered with that too much in my throat but i do a lot of people who are involved with the drive. A lot of my friends have drafting. You didn't have last year for itself. I do think it's up in growing and just talk to somebody who who does it a lot. I mean you could bet five dollars to win twenty dollars. Has it's almost like stocks. Were has an opportunity for everyone. You can do fraction of shares to do you know anybody can enter with one dollars. You know what i mean. So i think that's that's where opportunities are going to continue to grow up. I think is allow could right now. I think after this election is of only half. The country now has legalized sports. Betting and that indicates not everyone can hop into wherever we can fight especially. This is the big pastimes in the country watching. Why not big money off these. Spend so much time on win. Money like one right and you look at sportscenter. All these news outlets any everything. They've talked about whole segments dedicated to petty over of politics stuff. So like you could tell a tv and then everybody else get with the times super by more information for these people to so definitely a lot better than others love betting thousands talking symbolic the stock market and everything. Like how much have you made the athlete. Three months off. Like two hundred bucks are now that and one bedroom from ready for. They're they're not interested in stock market and they did so much money. That's all you do. Basically is definitely lucrative. I'm not someone as big on sports. Always unbiased opinion. It is working up a lot of people. And i'm not good at big bank off the companies that are good at getting the data by a couple of shelters panton gaming and a couple of drafting initially lab. Other any ran out to get ahead a bit could play real seep effort draftkings and and what is the official name penn of penn national gaming national. Those are the top of our species on those doing well so far the guy a up a little bit four five percent. So we'll see where that does of course not losses in place it's an excellent so prop twenty two twenty two. This is one i ca. I called out on a previous episode. Hey if this goes through uber live might be a buying. Did athletes results came off my worth seventeen percents on on a couple shares of birth. This was a company down. I've definitely had a trumpet for favoritism floor. But i get out do the markets crashing profit from not getting back in hopeless a point where the ipo numbers so is as petitions cooperates listening and trying to our things like that for the biggest game that this solidifies them not having space a much on cost for labor law you have to contact versus employees and that is looking good with future. A lot of people are favorite lives of been were favorite buber because they're not technological experts. Who were always a lot more than just ride sharing deficient in cuba that now although that may be bad news for so i think it's good news for the company itself on and if an might as well if in the stock role of leverage off i am plans to hold that six percent. Good news for me myself on and if bail out good obviously people on what do you guys think about. Were listed on this position. I kinda agree with you. I don't think they're like. I don't think they're going anywhere. I mean i think the way the thing that kind attracts me to lift a little bit more way that kind of time so like sky miles and stuff like that. Like uber uber live. Have you know the same price. But i can get forty sky miles towards my delta county by take lips. So that's going to persuade me to take lift subaru's Persuade me to invest more into live compared to uber's also just little things like that Or something that kind of sway me towards one over the other. But i do think they're here to stay. Just because i just think you know cars are kind of like a thing of the passages because of the popularity ride. Sharing in the food aspect was with uber. Greek is makes it a lot more appealing having add that food element to it. But that's kinda just the way. I'm looking at it right now. Lifted anything is just waiting for uber to perfect it and then they'll is. Yeah it's it's if you're doing the same exact thing someone's better than you just let them be a better than you can if you use your good graces to copy off them. Uber is gonna come out with their own food sharing eventually then after that forward. So i'm not sure because that's bizarre. Shoot a lot of competition because even with uber be over with uber eats one of the biggest competitors is door data. Jordache door dashes on. I think he released into ipo slow. So that goes great. Uber who wrote a a small dip because of that all the And your be. Just be mindful of at.
"delta county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"State fought to reopen there's one that decided to keep her business closed. Five long months. The lights are back on. It's Sienna wine bar scene from our old favorites familiar sounds filling out on the 12th Street. There's so many unknowns right now. Things are different for owner Mary Kent. When I got the news that restaurants we're going to be allowed to reopen. I, um, you know, started thinking about it and moving the tables around. But she says the idea of reopening in person dining seemed like a big risk, especially to her staff. So I'd rather you know, you know I have my heart broken in my life transformed by potentially losing my bar and having to start over Then take a chance with someone's life as other restaurants fought to re open. Can't kept her door shot for all business and only started take out last week. There really isn't a choice for me because it's people's lives. It's like I said, unprecedented. It's not like making Any choice any of us have ever made before. It's an entirely different approach from most restaurant owners we've heard from, Kent says. That doesn't necessarily mean others are in the wrong It's not possible for everyone to do what I'm doing. And I'm grateful. Grateful to the few who have stopped by the to go counter like a lemonade stand. But you get quite angry at their current setup is only bringing in about 10% of their normal business. Ken says she'll take that hit to protect people's lives. That's Fox 30 one's Rachel Skylar reporting the State Health Department reporting this year's first case of West Nile virus and human person affected lives. In Delta County. There were 122 cases of West now reported in the state last year. Eight Coloradans died from the mosquito borne illness, health officials say, wearing insect repellant and protective clothing or staying indoors when mosquitoes are active are easy ways to be protected from the virus was 2020 needs one more thing. Yeah, and you know and staying inside. We're kind of used to that. One of the performers have the Democratic National Convention this week of previews what he's going to do and why it's important for him to participate. Any Grammy and Tony winner Billy Porter will perform a cover of the Buffalo Springfield protest anthem for what it's worth. They came to my house, They set up a green screen I put on a cute outfit. It was social distance, he tells me activism is in his DNA artists have always been at.
"delta county" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Gardner is praising the US military for killing Qasem Soleimani he's also asking the administration to be ready for any retaliation in the region including against US troops he wants the White House to consult with Congress on any next steps should the situation escalate Denver police are releasing more information about an officer involved shooting on new year's day a twenty year old man was killed for threatening officers with a machete first officer is able to move sideways and somewhat backwards while simultaneously discharging his weapon multiple times the second officer was in the kitchen was immediately behind the first officer and he also discharges his weapon the man who died after being shot by officers is identified as twenty year old Gerard conscious boosters the incident happened in the nine hundred block of south Irving police say there is body cam video of the incident attorneys for one of the stem school shooting suspects asked for more time to evaluate their clients mental state before entering a not guilty plea in court or an expert in this case judge on Thursday denied the request and set the trial date for may twenty sixth Devin Erickson faces forty four felony counts in connection with the shooting last may district attorney George Brock look it's time for us to move forward with getting this case at making sure that everyone's rights are protected do processes had but you know we're going to have our day in court my preference is that we get it done this year rockler says he hasn't decided if he'll seek the death penalty a statewide search continues for a missing ten month old girl from delta Colorado on the western slope the sheriff's office says Israeli a cow Jr was last seen at delta county Memorial Hospital at six AM Thursday morning she may be in a white Chevy impala driven by a white man license plate KQ F. eight six seven she has brown hair and blue eyes if you see her or the car call nine one one our next update at one thirty I'm Laura hatching KO eight fifty AM ninety four one FM the voice of Colorado it's a really easy drive through Denver right now if you have to be out on the roadways.
"delta county" Discussed on WJR 760
"By the way, MS Nestle who said only in Trump's America, do you get sued for pursuing organizations that commit hate crimes. Please. The the American freedom law centers hardly a heat group. And you know, what I just Mike Pence was speaking at CPAC only in Trump's America. Do you have five point three million new jobs, MS Nestle almost a half million of those in manufacturing? And MS Nestle only in Trump's America, you have the lowest unemployment rate in fifty five years, including in all the minority categories. Ms Nestle, he's done more than you could ever dream of American MS Nestle could be started, especially when I go to steak policeman on the other end of our line. I'm going to be on the naughty list for state police to fight keep that up. I wanna say the the name correctly because he's traffic safety specialist with the Michigan state police and his name is Lieutenant Jim fleeting, and we're happy to have him on the Frank Beckmann show. Don't put me on the Nautilus now for that comment. Please. Thank you. It's a pleasure to be on the show with you. It's nice to have you with us. We have heard about the the test program that I that's the best way to put. It was a test program being done oral fluid roadside analysis this pilot program, which state police had initiated on a on a small scale, and it was testing drivers for the influence of drugs like a Breathalyzer would for alcohol and that is being expanded now throughout the state of Michigan. Let's talk about that Lieutenant flagel where did you start? And what kind of results did you get the first time you tried the the pilot program, so the oral fluid roadside analysis pilot program originally began with a tragic incident that occurred up in delta county where a couple lost their lives to it impaired driver that was operating a logging truck that couple's son Brian swift contacted his local legislature, and they ended up try to find. A better way to compact impaired driving on our roads and passed public acts to forty two and two forty three which allowed the Michigan state police to conduct an oral fluid roadside analysis pilot program in five counties around the state of Michigan. And which would which five did you do that? So the five counties that were selected were Burien delta Kent, Saint Clair and Washington counties. All right. And that driver of the truck he was he was tested after the accident was he that's correct? He was and he was he was convicted on six counts. Oh, wow. And and what what was it determined what substance at he used? He was impaired by THC or marijuana at the time of the crash. Did he admit to using it and give any explanation? I'm not exactly sure the details of him admitting or not I do. That he was convicted of that. Yeah. Now, the the people who are who have pushed to legalize marijuana in the state of Michigan have pointed out the THC stays in person system. Even though it may not be active and having the the effect of making them. Hi can stay in their system for a month or more. Right. And so how do you how do you determine whether a person has been actively using it or whether that's residual substance in the blood from some time ago. So the oral fluid roadside test instrument that was selected was the abbot DDS too. And that test instrument test for six different drug categories, the one drug category that it does test for THC, which is the delta nine THC active ingredient in marijuana. So it does not test for THC metabolites. So it only tests for active recent use of marijuana. I see well that and you know, what that that should be reassuring to those people who who who pushed it and said, look, you know, it stays there, and you can get you can get caught it because that's not the case, you're you're only going to get caught if you smoked recently or ingested recently. That is correct. Yeah. Which I don't think anybody's opposed to that. Now. How far are you? Are you stretching the program? So right now the legislature did agree to support the ongoing funding of the pilot program. And it's recommended that we expand the pilot program to include all the drug recognition experts in Michigan. And currently we have a hundred and thirty seven drug recognition experts by different law enforcement agencies in forty six counties around the state, so it's going state wide, basically or pretty much statewide not not quite statewide. But there's going to be a large amount of that are going to be potentially involved in the expanded pilot program DR as being drug recognition experts. I see and well forty six when we got eighty three counties. I think in Michigan right, correct? So forty six is is more than half. And we'll we'll all of southeast. Michigan be covered. I would have to look at the counties that the drug recognition experts are in. But I would I would guess that the majority of the counties in the southeast part of Michigan will be we'll have drug recognition experts in them. What do they look for? So the drug recognition experts are specifically trained officers to look for impaired driving signs and symptoms of impaired driving. So they look at driving behavior and then after after the persons arrested. They actually have a twelve step process that they used to go through to look at what different drug category that that person is impaired on. And and then then it's determined whether that person would be charged or not. Yeah. By the time, they do their twelve step process. There are ready under arrest at that point know, what's what is the what's the cost of expanding. This. So the legislature did agree to support the funding for it. And they appropriated six hundred twenty six thousand dollars to expand the pilot program and the the kits themselves that do the testing the swabs. And and and then the recognition. Is that the the major expense? Or is it the the manpower that that's correct? So the the oral fluid test instrument approximately three thousand dollars and the test kits that are used for the oral fluid testing instrumental about twenty five dollars a piece, so that's a major expense of the pilot program. And we also have to include a training for the drug recognition experts as well are the drug recognition experts going to be is on the side of the road for lack of a better description by themselves in state police cars will be traveling with other officers who are regularly patrolling. How does it all work? That's a good question. So drug recognition experts are in several different law enforcement agencies around the around the state, so there's multiple law enforcement agencies that are going to be involved in the expanded pilot program, and they're going to be. Continuing to do the same thing as what they always do out there. They're going to be looking forward impaired drivers if they if they do see driving behavior that they could be impaired. They will make a traffic stop on that person. And by talking to the driver, if they do see signs and symptoms of impairment, they will ask that driver to complete standardized field sobriety tests after the standardized field sobriety test. If they end up failing those or not completing them, then they'll ask that person to submit to an oral fluid swab, and that oral fluid swab for the test instrument once they insert that swab in it'll take approximately five minutes to give a positive or negative reading for six different drug categories. And that those tests are mandatory, aren't they if you get stopped? There is a law. On it. And if you refuse to take the oral fluid swab test it is a civil infraction. All right. So that's the same as the impaired driving for drinking and driving. It's it's very similar to the preliminary breath test that has given on the road.
"delta county" Discussed on KTRH
"What was the store you had involved cut shoot, Texas? A wreck. A truck carrying pharmacy supplies as drugs in syringes all over the highway down there and cutting shoot. As soon as I heard the name cut. Kind of visibly react when I said cut and shoot unique name a unique game. And I didn't know how it came about its little research, and we found out that it was named after a fight in one thousand nine hundred twelve creature was invited to hold a meeting of the towns community house this according to the city website. But some said, he visited saloons and went dancing. Oh, that's not good folks were enraged splitting the town into two sides. Those who supported the preacher and those who didn't the big day the meeting opponents armed with guns. Locked the doors motion scared a kid. I'm scared. I'm going to go around the corner and shoot through the bushes in a minute. And there you haven't. Here's your name cutting shoes shoot in by the way, as opposed to cut and run cutting shoot through those bushes, right, by the way, far from being the only unusual name in Texas. There's so many I've got a whole book on it. I'm looking at some of them right here. Dish Texas telephone Texas. There's a town called white settlement. Yes. That's up near Fort Worth. There's a town called John. I'm Dan how it got his name. No bought the land bought the land, the white settlers bought the land from an Indian tribe. Okay. And the Indians labeled at the white settlement f- jot them down how you like that for name. I like that name John. I'm down Texas small town, the delta county. Ben wheeler. Ding Dong, Texas. Where are you from dog and Tom ball used to be called something else? And it got its name after the for after the guy who brought the railroad through exactly right? That's exactly how it got its name six forty one..
"delta county" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"All right. So now, it's time for the part of the show where Julius pessimistic at has to find a so there's that moment among all the stuff that's pissing her off on the regular. She hates doing it. And we haven't had any wireless check in with our trustee intern Jesse aka Iran, arro-, we haven't even fucking heard from Jesse anyways. He probably started hating us after we did the did the live show in Portland. Right. And that's pretty much what we started hating ourselves. So it makes sense, but we're slowly. But surely getting the fuck out of our feelings Jesse so come back with you. She can't do all the heavy lifting on her own, but she had to this week. So lemme now ban me out. What is your soldiers? Okay. We're going to really try and keep it like as a moment. Okay. You know what? I mean. Make it a moment. Okay. Well, I just want to say that. So we've it's was hard this week defined this others that really get into it because of our internet's situation. So I found this. I read this article, and I didn't really get to dive, dude, deep dive. But just on the surface. I really loved it. Because basically, the headline was a rural Colorado coal county was struggling then a tech company brought new jobs. So basically, it goes it's made basically would have done to this. So there's a a pl- places called delta county, Colorado they were L to count it out to dance at town. And they were they were coal mining town. And this guy Johnny all of us was a coal miner, blah, blah, blah, coalmining town coal mining town, then coal mining got. Wiped out in everybody got laid off so everyone it's the one of those towns that became a depressed hound no-one was working people moved out. And this guy was talking about how you know. This is the kind of town that people have living in a small town if you like living in a small town. It was safe. It was this. We don't lock our doors. I mean, how many times do that like nobody locked their doors? There was never any rape. So he was one of eight hundred coal miners in the area who were unemployed between two thousand fourteen in two thousand sixteen. So during that same during that time this woman named Theresa Neil in her husband heard about the mass layoffs and they saw an opportunity. So they were like we have to do something. Help want. Honey, we have the health. So we got in our explorer, and we went to Coleridge county delta, go built account delta, something they took their fledgling company called light works began bidding, and they won contracts offered by the local electric utility that we're looking to expand broadband to thousands of homes and businesses Kohl's going away and broadband brought in new work. So all of the Coleman, not all, but the ones that stayed including this guy. So this guy Johnny Johnny who was a coal miner. He didn't know anything about tech. He didn't know anything about anything. He went. They granted to for them. They they allowed people to learn they like taught people he learned how to lay broadband now. And he now has what he says is a not doesn't pay as well as cold. But it's still a good paying job with benefits. And now, he's working in the tech industry for light works and laying broadband and has. John back. So it doesn't pay as well as coal because it's not risking his health. Right. Every day. That's right. However, this basic thing was just like it's an small in a small way. This is exactly what coal miners can be doing. And anyone who thinks that like, oh, well, we, you know, it was a coal miner. None can't do anything else. And or I was this..
"delta county" Discussed on KCRW
"Up, a California, father and daughter, different generations and radically different politics. I'm David Greene in Laguna Beach, California. And I'm Steve Inskeep. In washington. We also hear a critique of the influence of Saudi Arabian money executives in Silicon Valley welcomed a lot of it. And now face questions after the suspected murder of journalist. Also this hour Israel freeze in American who was detained in an airport for more than two weeks. It is Friday Tober nineteen Michael Steele. The former chairman of the Republican National Committee is sixty years old. The news is next. Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm korva. Coleman. Officials in Florida have reported new fatalities in the wake of hurricane Michael. That has increased the storm's death toll to at least thirty people across four states damage assessment continues Florida governor Rick Scott is asking President Trump to boost recovery. Efforts at Tyndall air force base. NPR's Hansie lo Wong reports. The hurricane wrecked airplane hangars and flooded buildings. More than twenty thousand Florida residents worked at Tyndall air force base last year. According to the state's governor, Rick Scott, the base is a major economic driver in the region and was home to a multi billion dollar f two stealth fighter jets some were damaged by the storm in his letter to President Trump Florida's governor asked the president to quote direct immediate action to dedicate the needed resources manpower and funding to return Tyndall air force base to full operations as soon as possible democratic Senator Bill Nelson has been playing down fears at Tyndall will not be rebuilt after Hurricane Andrew destroyed south. Florida's Homestead Air Force base in nineteen Ninety-two. That base was shut down on long NPR news bay county, Florida New NPR poll on life in rural America shows. Many people in small towns feel they're doing better than their parents and have a positive outlook on their economic future. NPR's Kirk siegler reports this counters stereotypes often portrayed by politicians and mass media. The NPR poll was done in conjunction with the Robert Wood Johnson foundation in the Harvard t h Chan school of public health. Many surveyed said their hometowns did face serious economic challenges. But there's also optimism rob Clements. Lives in rural delta county. Colorado, a once-struggling natural resource based county that seen an influx of new people jobs largely thanks to technology. It's fun to see you see people out on the streets with a smile. On their face in the you know, not worried about where their next paycheck's gonna come from Clements daughter was recently able to move back to her hometown to take a job with a local company. Installing broadband Kirk siegler NPR news election officials in Afghanistan have delayed parliamentary elections in the southern province of Canada har- elections in the rest of the country will proceed tomorrow Pamela constable covers Afghanistan for the Washington Post. She told NPR's morning edition the election delay in Canada. Har- follows a deadly Taliban attack yesterday on top provincial officials, obviously this is a measure taken on an emergency basis. Sort of calm things down. I Kandahar for very large province, which is stuff lost its police chief its intelligence taste, and it's governor has been gravely wounded, there's a huge security vacuum. People are very, nervous and worried. So I think this is obviously a measure designed for short term relief of that Washington Post reporter, Pamela constable on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrials are up one hundred ninety five points at twenty five thousand five hundred seventy one the NASDAQ is up nearly seventy five at seventy five hundred fifty nine this is NPR and from KCRW, I'm Cheri Glazer with state and local headlines a new poll on the US Senate race in California finds that challenger Kevin daily on has made small gains on the lead held by incumbent Dianne Feinstein, but the source of some daily on support may surprise you. Some Republicans say they're leaning toward daily on in spite of his reputation as a liberal the new USC Dorn LA times polls shows Feinstein leading daily. Among likely voters forty four to thirty one percent, but daily on has more support from registered Republicans than from Liberal Democrats. One possible explanation is that Feinstein's role during the break Cavanaugh hearings made her a target for President Trump some right wing commentators have even called on Republicans in California to get back at Feinstein by voting for daily on. When you talk about public, transportation and Allie county, it's often the newer light rail and subway lines that get the attention, but.
"delta county" Discussed on KQED Radio
"And they're even thinking about starting up. A vineyard people are excited to talk about what's next. It's the moving on and being successful. Not because the coal mines closed. But in spite of them closing you here. This a lot in delta county, which make no mistake is still solidly conservative folks are proud of their natural resource heritage. But you also see a big disconnect between what politicians are saying nationally about bringing jobs back to rural America, and what's actually happening out here on the ground. People have known for awhile that Cole is probably not coming back to delta county, all the easy and cheap stuff has been mind right up that valley worked there for almost thirty years one drizzly morning, retired minor rob Clements stood with his daughter on the back porch their place outside Hotchkiss. There's a stunning view being at the doorstep of the mountains. You can see how this would definitely be a selling point to for delta county other rural areas aren't as lucky for the local people like the miners and their kids. The fiber optics is pretty much saved the valley Clements. Twenty eight year old daughter Michelle had been living in Salt Lake City of five hour drive from here. She had to move there to keep. Job working in HR for a coal company. But this past spring she landed a similar job at light works. They're both thrilled. She could move home. I think I have a lot of pride in where I grew up in the valley that I grew up in when I started family. I I want my family to have that same experience. I love it here. It's an awesome place up and her company has forty more open positions right now and therefore higher signs around town. The Clements say that hasn't happened in years. Kirk siegler, NPR news, Hotchkiss, Colorado. This is NPR news. It's seven nineteen. Let's go here. What Joe has to say about traffic? Be something on fire the Vallejo area. Seventy two east Glen cove. Some black smoke seen in the area. CHP and fire. Crews are checking it out San Mateo bridge, eastbound midspan or a stalled car in the left lane. Eight eighty north in Washington crash on the shoulder pushing back traffic still in highway two thirty eight southbound the usual slowdown a street down to Indy. Union city. There were a couple of crashes earlier they're clear now five eighty westbound at vascular still have a crash. It's almost cleared, but it's backed up into the ultimate Joe McConnell for K acuity and Joe's report brought to you by Pacific catch west coast fish house support for K Q E D comes from.
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"Eric giving his name. So we could pull through the gate we then went up to a house where there was a Porsche parked in front of this huge fountain. And are host to raid. Antone brought us inside. Nice to meet you antone is Iraqi American he moved from Baghdad to the US when he was six years old he served in intelligence in the US military, and then he made a bundle running and then selling medical device companies. That's very it's politics. I was a Republican for thirty one years when I actually turned eighteen in joined the military. We were just coming off of what you know, Ronald Reagan being president and really the strong stance. He had against Russia, and Gorbachev and his charm, and charisma was really cool to be a Republican at the time. But he doesn't see it that way anymore antone registered as a democrat for the first time this year, he's been high-dollar fundraising for Democrats, including congressman Rohrabacher opponent. This really has been a defining year for him. He says President Trump has been undermining democratic institutions though, he says his thinking was starting to change a few years ago. Antone voted for President Barack Obama. Gamma even though Democrats usually push tax policies that cost wealthy people. Like him a whole lot to me his policies from a business perspective hurt me. Okay. Now mind you I say that very loosely I live in a beautiful home. I got beautiful cars outside. I got a wonderful wife life, not even just wife. Phenomenal wife, by the way, wonderful. Wonderful wife. Exactly. What about what about robots have you supported him in the past? Yeah. I believe I voted for him every time not because I believe in this policies. It just went down party lines. And this is the thing through the most recent elections. Even the last ones, I believe so. Yeah. Because it's not like I spent a lot of time looking at Dana and his policies of what he's done for my district or not. And I would say a lot of people were in that element you vote for Barack Obama, but then Republicans straight through and everything else, correct. Correct. And why just because you still consider yourself? -servative fiscally. It took us to this point where we finally have to go back and say, why did we get here? How did we get here? What would you tell a Republican voter who struggles to make enough money to pay the mortgage send you know? Maybe a kid to college hanging on desperately to job really believes the Donald Trump was the right person to fight for them. And they're like, you know, what you're sitting there on the beach and Orange County making a ton of money. Good riddance. This is this is our party now. Now, I understand how these individuals got to Donald Trump. But clearly we're impacted with a lot of the auto plants shutting down taken their manufacturing to China or Mexico or Canada, and these people were devastated and Trump gave them hope. Great. So what is it that you identify with him? I mean aside of this rhetoric of draining the swamp these sacrifice where we are as a nation as far as the level of insult derogatory. Comments integrity character civility for what just for three or four hundred dollar tax break. Maybe you would you know? And I think that's where we differ. The fact that you have become a democrat this year registered, and this something has clicked for you. What does that say about our country right now this moment, it's crazy. I mean. Yeah, we're we're in a very unique time, and and I just feel like. What we have at risk is just losing our democracy in our ways as because I go back, and I took for granted what I stand for and what I represent and it really took me a while to understand that. I am the American dream someone that came here humble beginnings. And I look at my parents a struggles they've sacrificed to leave a country like Iraq, come to a state like Detroit. Michigan cold as hell with barely any money in their pocket. You know, and and to all sacrifice for the greater good of their kids. You know, what a sacrifice and we've taken that sacrifice for granted. So that was arrayed antone. He is one of the voters. We've been speaking to here in California's forty eighth congressional district. It is right along the ocean. In Orange County, California. We're going to hear a lot more voices throughout the morning, and let's move inland. Now, more than eight hundred miles to hear what rural Americans are thinking as the election approaches, some rural areas may feel poor or left out, but many people who live in rural areas say they are content with their lives and optimistic about their economic futures. Some places are prospering. That's what we found in a new poll on life in rural America conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Johnson foundation and the Harvard t h Chan school of public health. NPR's Kirk siegler visited delta county on the western slopes of the Colorado Rockies. To explain.
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"In and we're like okay might, be a little bit of. Rain but then the wind really started to pick up and realize okay this was pretty bad. And the HALE also hammering cars in the region leaving behind shattered windshields and a lot. Of insurance claims to be filed in California wildfires plaguing that area the Mendocino complex fire in the northern part of, the state now the largest in that state's history the flames burn more than two hundred. Thousand acres closer closer to three hundred thousand and that's just one of the areas on fire, more than. Fifteen thousand firefighters and are working to contain. Eighteen large wildfires across the, state of California Cal fire spokeswoman Lynette round, says thousands of residents. Are still under evacuation orders across the state the US appears to be out. Of, step with Europe after re-instituting sanctions against Iran Midnight eastern last night Iran represents a clear transatlantic parting of the ways while the US's reimposed stiff sanctions. On Tehran Europe says encouraging trade with Iran is crucial in, maintaining, the nuclear deal you foreign policy chief. Federica mug arena we believe that it is and it has, to, be up to the. Europeans in this case to the site with home to trade with so there is also a matter of trades sovereignty you is this. You the blocking statute to protect European businesses from the impact of the US sanctions. Tom, rivers ABC news at the foreign, desk accurate home Colorado's DMV locations hope for better days after their first go round. With new software KOA NewsRadio Connor shreve joining us live with that story at closing the DMV and installing new software was supposed to save us from. Waiting right but not so, fast, that new software seems to actually be increasing wait times yesterday. The first day DMV offices were opened after the installation of that software began last Week in Denver some customers saying they waited for more than four hours DMV, officials say just be patient staffers are still getting used to the new software and that customers should see a decrease in those wait times, over the next few weeks reporting live Connor schrief KOA NewsRadio. It'd be a, battle of the transportation. Issues on the Colorado November, ballot initiatives with two different approaches to funding projects delivered petitions to the secretary of state's office yesterday let's go. Colorado wants a sales tax increase that would amount, to an extra six cents on every ten dollars you spend that would raise eight hundred million dollars, just in, its first year and when the, revenue is, bonded it'll bring, about six billion dollars for projects across the state that's summit county Commissioner Dan Gibbs who backs the tax increase the other initiative is called fix our damn roads it would require the state to allocate funds, to? Leverage three point five. Billion dollars in bonds without raising taxes and. Other case of West Nile virus in our state this time in delta county last week the first Case of the. Year was found, in weld county last week. The first case the year was found in weld county. You can get west now from -squitoes last year there were sixty eight cases in Colorado including four people who died not all counties tests from -squitoes so the health department says it's important for you to. Protect yourself by using bug spray with dis you could also, void getting bitten by staying inside at dusk and dawn, when mosquitoes are most active Chad Hoffman KOA. NewsRadio, a man in Custer county suspect something out of this world may have killed several animals on his property Thomas Walker says four animals died within days of one another and didn't have any marks on them and did not. Die from poisoning or other contamination not satisfied with official explanations Walker is turned to, a nationally known UFO investigator that investigators. Says the case had details similar to other animal. Deaths he's looked into but for now the cause of death remains, unknown speaking of other worldly SpaceX successfully launching a falcon nine rocket from Cape Canaveral carrying an Indonesian communication satellite into orbit your SpaceX engineer, Lauren lions With more details on that latest mission night's launch is the fifteenth. By SpaceX this year and is a reflection of our first, ever block five rocket lift off came just after one AM eastern time was..
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"Ten dollars you'd spend it dedicates forty five percent of the new money to the state transportation fund for long. Overdue projects on state roads and bridges in addition forty percent will be dedicated to municipal and county governments, for local projects that's initiative supporters summit county Commissioner. Dan Gibbs meanwhile another proposal called fix our damn roads would force the. State to bomb, three point five billion dollars in bonds with all the money dedicated the roads. And bridges, and. With no sales tax increase Jerry bell KOA NewsRadio Paul manafort's former right. Hand man Rick gates is taking the stand in the trial of President Trump's former campaign chairman the prosecution has. Said gates. Will be the climax of its, metaphor case the defense I giving it his opening remarks that, gates is a liar and embezzled money from Manafort another case of the West Nile virus here in Colorado this time it's in delta county last week the first case of the A year was founded in, weld county you get well West Nile mosquitos last year there were. Sixty eight cases in the state for people died from West Nile a new report from the Colorado division of criminal Justice is. Breaking down, the numbers involving DUI offenses in our state Patricia billion with the state with a, state public safety group, says most. Of, the twenty seven thousand arrests made in two thousand sixteen involved alcohol ninety one percent, of those who had a talk screen had alcohol in their system the next highest one that showed up with. Marijuana at six point two percents report also found, that. Men accounted for three out of four DUI cases she says. The research should help, lawmakers and cdot developed, new policies to reduce DUI related issues in Colorado Alexa may now be able to protect your home against potential thieves Amazon smart speaker has a new feature it's called away mode feature tries to trick would. Be burglars, into believing people are actually at, home Alexa place prerecorded off Jio tracks that run about an, hour each of real conversations and skits that, could be taking place inside your house creators of the features say the idea is built around. Funny but somewhat, common conversations including. A couple, whose breaking up some.
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"Areas could, hit eighty that's, still ten. Degrees below normal for the sixth. Of August scattered thunderstorms possible late afternoon into this evening some storms could be severe with some large hail damn team win especially out on the eastern plains overnight lows tonight in the fifties tomorrow partly sunny with another round of thunderstorms in the afternoon high eighty three and then a final round for this week Wednesday afternoon with a. High of eighty five from CBS four I'm Ashton Altieri on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety. Four one FM we have seventy six degrees in centennial it is eighty one at DIA a severe thunderstorm warning. Is up for El Paso county until two thirty this afternoon, severe storms with, large hail expected to hit the metro area later this afternoon Any location basically on our. Twenty five corridor. And east one. Inch and higher I Kyle for dealing with the national weather service says the so, called North American monsoon will last through Wednesday we'll start to dry out Thursday On into the weekend. To initiatives that hope to make the state's November ballot. Turned in petitions to the secretary of state today offering different approaches to funding Colorado's transportation needs there's no doubt. Colorado's infrastructure needs, some help in the past quarter century Colorado's population has risen by more than two million people yet the amount we. Spend on our roads per motorist has been cut in half Terry bender with club twenty she supports. The let's go Colorado initiative which seeks a sales tax increase amounting to, just over six cents on a. Ten dollar purchase it. Could raise eight hundred million in its first year and. Be leveraged to finance. Six billion bonds another initiative fix our damn roads requires the state to bomb three point five, billion without a tax increase Jerry bell KOA NewsRadio another case of West Nile has been reported this time. It's in delta county last week we heard of the first case in weld. County West Nile some skeet Oborne illness Chicago leaders talking for the first time following a bloody weekend that included, more than seventy shot in Chicago Ten of those are dead Chicago's police superintendent says most. Of the, shootings,.
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"Of this total as much as five inches of rain fell this morning and just a matter of minutes nearly two dozen top members of congress are heading to the white house this morning they're hoping to find a way forward on immigration the border wall daca and the budget house speaker paul ryan the president is inviting republicans and democrats now from the senate today down to the white house to advance this issue we're hopeful and confident that those that these bipartisan talks will will bear fruit ryan says republicans are open to a compromise on daca protections for young illegal immigrants will expire in march without action from congress the government funding also runs out as of january 19th in arizona america's tough a sheriff is taking a run at congress former maricopa county lamin jor pyo is announcing his bid for senate it comes after current senator jeff flake announced he would retire and not run for reelection are pyo tells the washington examiner that even at the age of eighty five here's a lot to offer end is a big supporter of president trump he served as maricopa county sheriff for twenty four years until he was ousted in 2016 colorado's oil and gas regulators are taking some steps to prevent tragic accidents like the one we saw the deadly home explosion last here and firestone koa newsradio is counter sri is live with that story conner the other meeting today in denver april working on things they think improve the safety of some of those underground pipelines the director of the colorado oil and gas conservation committee says this is really all been part of a lengthy process the commission took steps in the immediate wake of firestone to address some concerns in the rule making really builds on that some new regulations the committee is expected to approve requires flow lines that are taken out of service much like the one blamed for the firestone explosion be disconnected drained and then sealed on both ends and if approved two new rules would take effect march first reporting live in denver connors sharief koa newsradio man accused of firing a gun at the home of a colorado state trooper delta county is now in custody denver police say he was founded a motel six near i 70 and i 225 so far the suspect's name hasn't been released he was arrested without incident coming up on colorado's morning news sponsored by done ride.
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"News now i'm dan martin police say one man was killed when an amtrak train crashed into a pickup truck west of kalamazoo woo de tv reports the crash occurred tuesday night in lawton police chief jeffrey mac says emergency responders found the man outside of the pickup truck when they arrived on the scene he was later pronounced dead at a hospital max says witnesses told investigators they heard the truck's engine revving just before the crossings 'warning lights and bell activated amtrak spokeswoman christina leads says bluewater train three 64 traveling from chicago to port here on hit the vehicle around seven thirty p m leads says there were no injuries reported to the crew or the trains two hundred fifteen passengers passengers were we're being taken by bus to the train station in kalamazoo cities and counties across michigan are the latest to sue drug companies and retailers over the consequences of excessive opioid use they want the companies to reimburse local governments for the costs of responding to the crisis lawsuits were filed tuesday in federal court by makombe county detroit genesee county saginaw county grand travers county delta county chippewa county lansing and asking alba wayne and oakland county filed a lawsuit in october over marketing practices lawyers want the cases added to litigation that his active in ohio federal court purdue pharma which makes oxycontin agrees there's an opioid abuse crisis plan radar weather forecast from lam radio poor this afternoon partly cloudy high of about thirty four partly cloudy tonight as well low near twenty wandering then for tomorrow thursday the 21st looks like we're going to see cloudy skies put an expected high.
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"In los angeles w hamer is on the roads morning debbie how are you can i've been watching europe hosts on twitter have a time out there you know what i usually at sound i know but it's so weird him i will go to trafficking which at about its weaver really does you don't wanna go out in style the comedy and then we start doing the music stubborn it was series it was serious tonight she has stuff you know after when i come back i gotta tell you what i've been on a saturday night at this great club of stairs epa tell us where dairy was in a real true jazz arena dead you know i you know and i was like oh man it was i as the ritz a throw for me because that the cloud a really day found i fair bureau the softer cap yesterday with some great folks from the sinatra uh you know enterprises so we had a great time how are you good weekend for you oh yeah yeah i went to the giants came at fortunately what help us the by child of speakers assault but upper house yeah i take jerry threatened out i was really is a bit of a mad at the game of over modulated all right then travelled out our komo with albert the dude deadbug six twenty two debbie on the roads were you on am 970 the answer let's see what's happening delta county north out getting up a deposit valley accident speeds are down to forty five at the tap and see bridge with icy patches reported nephew heading to the inbound side of the gwb 10 lincoln tunnel twenty holland fifteen twenty three southbound as you get down past union valley road west milford into bloomingdale watch out for an accident over there and traffic is slowing down for you on the eastbound want us up by fort hamilton parkway with a collision watch out for some slowdowns as well as you head over to the eastbound biki we right into the cash eusko bridge with the collision brought to you.
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"News now i'm dan martin men upper peninsula man faces a federal kidnapping charge after holding a coworker for several days following a fishing outing thirty seven year old eric scott russkoe of room lee was charged monday he's being held without bail after be being arrested friday at the municipal service station with the twenty yearold victim strapped into the passenger seat of his pickup truck fbi special agent richard route says in a complaint filed in marquette federal court that the two went fishing july eight thun's chicago lake in delta county droutsas russkoe punched the w woman sexually assaulted her in the boat then took her to his truck and sexually assaulted her repeatedly as he drove through the hiawassee a national forest risco was convicted of kidnapping and thirddegree criminal sexual conduct in two thousand four a 70yearold priest accused of embezzling hundreds of thousands of dollars from a michigan church is awaiting sentencing after reaching a plea agreement in the case david ernest fisher pleaded guilty last week to embezzlement he was initially charged with seven counts but prosecutors agreed to drop other charges after fisher pleaded to embezzling between fifty thousand and one hundred thousand dollars fischer is jailed ahead of sentencing which is sip timber second tin shy awazi county the michigan supreme court has thrown out the conviction of a flint man accused of attacking his teen daughter's boyfriend after finding them in a bedroom the court says the trial and genesee county was spoiled when the prosecutor re effort to an unrelated assault from twelve years earlier plant radar weather forecast from lam radio for this afternoon sunny with a high of eighty seven clear skies tonight low near sixty four partly cloudy early tomorrow scattered thunderstorms in the afternoon high of eighty nine that's.
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"Patients had their health information ripped off a staffing agency contract good by dmc noted hospital leadership that one of its employees got away with protected healthcare information and gave a to unauthorized individuals dmc has offered of fictive patients credit monitoring had no cost so they can see of any financial dead as being used a woman who's been missing in delta county in the upe was last seen on sunday michigan say police say twenty year old lee and will moth was last seen with eric rusco who spent eleven years in prison on a kidnapping charging sexual misconduct she did it agree to go with him on a fishing trip immune assuming the family believe she's being held against her will state police are looking for a rusty black chevy colorado with michigan plate b v b ninety nine twenty two if you have information call the nsp at a joint news conference with french president emmanuel macron in paris today president trump had good things to say about his french counterpart it's gonna be just fine because you have a great precedent if somebody that's gonna run this country right and i would be willing to bed 'cause i think this one of the great cities one of the most beautiful cities in the world and you have a great leader now you have great president a tough president he's not going to be easy on people that are breaking the laws and people that show this tremendous violence president trump noted that france is america's oldest ally he cited ongoing security threats and said peres has suffered greatly from terror attacks trump says he and ron had good talks about growing vital security partnership ships the republican leadership of the senate has revived a release the revised bill designed to replace the affordable care act correspondent scott carr reports the new version does keep in place to taxes on the wealthy including included in obamacare the revised us senate health care plan keeps and placed to obamacare taxes on the wealthy then retain and it's limit on corporate tax deductions for executive pay in the health insurance industry the taxes on the wealthy a three point eight percent net investment tax and a point nine percent.