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"dimitrius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"To Dimitrius Ivory. He's in for Tom Skilling tonight. He's been pretty busy. Hey, Dimitrius there and what we're seeing now kind of looking back at some of the reports that came through earlier today. Powerful winds across our region, Chicago Queen of Angels School, We saw 85 mile per hour winds. They're into Plainfield, 84 mile apartment winds. Take a look here. It's this shot. This is looking Down the lake from Northwestern University in Evanston. Evanson had a tornado warning earlier and there may have been a tornado in Rogers Park. But as you can see kind of downtown, just disappearing, another shot from the city. There's another one from Edgewater. You can see the conditions really improve after that storm moved through its really amazing how quickly once things move through the store's move through We saw really tranquil conditions. So take a look at storm reports across the area. Now, the storm reports continue to be added to and you look south and east of us we're gonna analyze where the storm is where the line is. It's still creating some damage down to our Southeast. But also what comes next in a high pressure system brings a big change. Weather wise, I'll have those details and seven day forecast coming up in Just a bit. Act, you two Thank you, Dimitrius. Some breaking news. The suspect in yesterday's police involved shooting the incident said to have sparked last night's widespread looting is facing felony charges Trial. Alan has been charged with two counts of attempted murder and possession of a weapon. Lee say he fired at officers during a foot chase. In Inglewood officers fired back and hit him. One of the incident spread and people came out to confront police at the scene. The civilian Office of Police Accountability is investigating. If there's no body cam footage Copa is asking anyone with video or information.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"With Josh. Feast Day, Man. Dimitrius Stanley Dave Metal honoring Captain Mark maker with us today, and you know what? I gotta bring this up. Because I don't think I've ever seen an adult not eat the crust of a pizza. What is that due to my daughter Does that I She's 14. I get that my son who's six. You know he doesn't eat. Why don't you eat crust? Because because that pizza? No. Because I feel like a crust takes up space. You can eat more of the good part of the pizza. But that is the good part. That's part of the good part of it in the wrong pizza, brother. No. Yeah, your ways that's waste. It's waste of calories. That's waste of space in your stomach. There is a process to this. Let me let me open up the process to eat the crust on the pie when you eat the pie, no Me neither. What? My waist. Does anybody in this room look like they're worried about calories mean? Ah, Good Lord you but he's not talking about that. He's just saying room have invited another child in here today was to keep you in line now. I got to keep this one in line by YouTube. He means me and Dave man now he's talking about minutes. I don't know why you talk. You know what? I'm tired if they could see your face after you said what you said, like a two year old. The only thing better than apple pie cherry pie. And I think that in a church fires is a black raspberry pie, and we could go on line, Everybody Dimitrius and his perpetual victimhood again and then And then all of a sudden they come in there like the pizza guy's here. The pizza guy, then they everybody looks at the black guy to go get the pizza. I mean, where am I? What do I report this to call Andy Ginther? I'm sure together with Love to hear you guys are definitions. You are ridiculously fast Get it because I was black way weren't worried. Aboutyou fumbling get either had a 74 touchdown. The Rose Bowl dams give, you know if you know what do you get mad when you watch like horror movies, and the black guy always dies movies. But why does the black I got to go out? That's what I'm everytime. I just wanna know mad about the people in the theater engaged because they're all say no, Don't do it. Don't go in there. Watch get out, right. I did. And let me tell you the greatest story behind I have you ever seen Get out? I've been talking about a black guy goes meets. He's dating a white girl goes and meets her family and they're down south. Right? So he goes down and he meets her family. And then all of a sudden these these what do you call like? White people White.
His son was killed in the worst shooting of Chicago’s most violent weekend
"The Chicago sun times reports that eight people have been shot in the forty two hundred block of west eighteenth street in Lawndale now the latest shooting happened at eighteen the Keeler Avenue around three forty eight AM police say four men were shot one of them died at the scene and three others were taken to Mount Sinai hospital chief flowers one of them a thirty three year old father of three named Dimitrius flowers was killed on the father of Dimitrius flowers on on as of August fourth two thousand nineteen we've lost him to a gun violence in Chicago I've lived in Chicago all my life born and raised as well as my son Dimitrius demand background it surges father son husband that you will be proud of you know and I'm not exaggerating just close he's not here my son actually was supposed to get married August twenty third of that month they reject you he had divorced his first wife and have found someone who he felt like he usually arrested his life wait and we were happy we were all getting ready for that Dimitris hasn't always had it easy you know coming up you know what he had to face as a as a kid growing up in some areas and half it's a deal with the gangs and things like that but I'm not trying to paint a rosy picture but what I'm saying he had he had overcome is survived it can move past Chicago sun times reports that Dimitrius flowers thirty three was struck in the chest and taken to Mount Sinai hospital police and the cook county medical
Unlock Your Hormonal Advantage by Harnessing the Power of Your Infradian Rhythm with Alisa Vitti
"I'M GONNA jump right in to hormonal advantage. You know a few weeks ago my girlfriend I were having a conversation and it was before she was about to get her period and she was basically in a state where I won't get into all the words but you can curse on this podcast. And so she was like the gist of it was like this does not feel like an advantage right now. This feels like a big weight and a lot of women have thought that before. Why us we go through all the stuff then the top of that the gender pay gap and this thing and that thing and it just feels like. There's a lot of huge burden. That's there on women but in your subtitle you say hormonal advantage. Tell us what's more. I just love that. You bring right to the beginning of this conversation. The cultural narrative and mythology that we're dealing with right. We have inherited a cultural narrative that says that our periods are hormones are a curse that they're problematic that their mysterious that they're unpredictable that they're problematic and that there's nothing to be done and that you're going to enter the mythology is going to be painful and they're going to have symptoms and there's just nothing you can do. Just bide your time until menopause right. That's that's pretty much you know in the nutshell so to speak the narrative that we have the problem with this is a. It's not based on real science. Be It it. Perpetuates a huge behavioral problem for women which has them basically when you believe that something is supposed to be broken when you see it as broken you then do what you take no action right so puts them in in this situation where they don't think that there's anything to do and then they do nothing which then keeps them having symptoms. It's a vicious cycle. So you know it feeds then. It goes right back and feeds this cultural narrative this mythology. That says it's going to be a burden. It's going to be a big problem and women just feel stock and they feel unhappy and the truth of it is. It's completely false. It doesn't to be this way And and I figured out a way for women to liberate themselves from the mythology from the cultural narrative and also from the actual real symptoms to which you're so excited to share about. I can't wait to get into it. Let's talk origin story. Yeah what got you interested in this topic. And what education were you brought up with? And when did things shift for you? Okay so I mean for me I definitely have had my own run in with a hormonal issue That opened my eyes to the limitations of conventional medicine for chronic. Gyn issue so there. I was you know At Johns Hopkins planning to become an Obgyn and had sort of the apex of symptoms. With what I now at what? I now know to be the polycystic Ovarian Syndrome that no one knew that I had so you know at that time for at least seven years. I went undiagnosed I grew up in Massachusetts. I had access to Harvard trained gynecologists than of course at Hopkins. I had access to Hopkins trained gynecology. I had the best of the best and I went undiagnosed for seven years when I finally was able to get a diagnosis. It was through helping my gynecologist by bringing her a report from a medical journal that I had pulled out of the library at school to that had identified all the symptoms that I was having and I said I have this Kendra is what could you share. What the symptoms were. All I had I was. I was fifty pounds heavier than I am. Now I saw had obesity. I was covered face chest and back and cystic acne. I did not meant straight from the age of twelve to twenty two. I had maybe five bleeds two of which were chemically induced with synthetic progesterone. Which if anybody has done that knows that it is delicious experience and so you know it was and I was anxious depressed. Insomnia cle was a mess. Couldn't really function in my day to day. Life with any sort of regularity predictability. I would never know today going to be a day when I had energy was. I going to be in a good mood It was kind of a really negative scary isolating experience And then all the physical symptoms certainly didn't make anyone feel good about themselves. So you know in one of my insomnia coll- nights at the library. I like any young woman in her. Twenty s we do on a Friday night or Saturday night I was like researching medical journals in obstetrics turtles to figure out what was wrong with me because no one had any answers. Everyone was just saying. I'll just go on the pill and that'll solve these problems and I said but you don't even know what the problem is. They said that's true but we should try this anyway and I just didn't feel like that was good medicine for me to to without a known cause take medication for no accurate reason. I believe in more precision kind of based medicine so I found this journal this obstetrics journal and there was a little tiny article about The Stein Leventhal disorder that described my symptoms to a t and all the bells rang inside of my head and I said Oh my gosh this is what I have so i. I waited in the parking lot of my gynecologist office the next morning. She was literally like walking in with her coffee. And just like what are you doing here and I said well you know what I'm doing here is that I would like us to do to specific tests that we have not yet done that. I think will lead us to the conclusion that I have this disorder and she was intrigued enough and gracious enough without having an appointment to do these tests and was able to confirm my diagnosis that. In fact I did have polycystic ovaries and politico very syndrome. And when I I? I was so excited drew like Oh my goodness after years of confusion and dead ends and no answers to have something on a name for it. It was very validating since identity that I'm just crazy right. I'm not something actually going into something going on and I said excellent and I said so now what you know which is sort of like the new Englander in me like now. What do we do? Let's take action and she said well. Unfortunately there isn't really much that we can do for you. This is incurable. And you know we can. You're going to continue to have problems. The obesity that you have today is going to get worse. It might turn into diabetes You will have problems with fertility you may not be able to have children You will have an increased risk of heart disease and cancer. And I'm twenty at this time getting this prognosis after the diagnosis and asking for what support. My Medical Support Team was going offer me and she said we really just don't have anything we can. Just medicate your symptoms along the way and hope for the best but there's nothing that we can do and it was in that moment which I you know. You don't plan for these things. I wasn't like looking to react to particular way I was. It was all happening real time. But in that moment this very specific loud voice or see you know. I don't know how exactly to describe. It was just like that's not your future. An internal wisdom. Good way to describe it and I just repeated that to her. I said that's not my future. So he goes. I was terrified was very terrifying moment to just have to be facing this and so I just repeated what this voice was saying she said well what are you gonNA do. I said I'm going to go take my very expensively trained mind and figure this out and she said well. I'll be here when you want the prescription for the pill and first of all you chase me down on the Paparazzi me. And then tell me. I'M NOT GONNA listen. It was great you were forging your own journey so what happened from there. So that's I proceeded to really get deeply more into the research around functional nutrition epigenetics chronobiology Chinese medicine and really started piecing together what the endocrine system needs to be brought back online. Because fundamentally what I discovered in my research was that most of these conditions these castaway. Gyn conditions like fibroids like Dimitrius like P. C. O. S. Where there's nothing really that we have from conventional medicine to help women like us. That's why I called him castaway because we're kind of like left to figure it out. Is that this. They're fundamentally caused by systematic disruption. And if you simply start to support the endocrine system the body resolves the symptoms and it just works so efficiently and safely across the board for these different conditions. And that's that's really the origin story of my transformation. It was amazing to watch my body. Just recover fifty pounds coming off without deprivation without intense workout my skin clearing up and my ovulation and my cycle coming back. It came back at twenty two and has not left yet.
Atlanta: Facing possible prison time, former Gwinnett cop takes the stand
"Or malice the fire Gwinnett county cop seen on video stop in a man's head of the traffic stop is taking the witness stand today in his own defense Donald says his foot in the face to driver Dimitrius Hollins was an accident he contends he saw Hollins looking back at him but he could not tell he was already coughed ten years my foot question short back on the ground now spring my foot down he moved the state's land McDonald for not assessing the situation before acting including running up with his gun out it's common practice for you when you have somebody looking at the head this situation yeah was my ten of those what happened
Chicago Weather: Snow And Rain Will Stick Around Through Saturday
"I was checking with Dimitrius ivory I you know I've been listening to Lauren give us this this weather report for last couple of days it has no starts tonight and then it continues until Saturday and at that that's it seems like this he Wednesday Thursday Thursday Friday Friday Saturday that's as at least three days according to my counting of continuous snowfall yeah I know it yet there is the the accumulation service are gonna be light can you explain that it's not three days of continuous snowfall in there I I do believe there will be heavy snow fall accumulations in some parts of the area over the next what is I guess it's three days Thursday Friday and he had to Saturday we're gonna see daytime high temperatures in the mid thirties so basically to kind of summarize and I'm saying snow at night rain during the day for the next three days and is this is this going to be continuous is it always going to be precipitating well it it is it breaks it no like this this system is set up is my favorite type of weather pattern call close low pressure system yeah the coastal pressure system all the best in you when you look at this thing from every angle from outer space if you get a chance folks so basically you're talking about an upper level low pressure system which is cut off from the general fall so you know storms go across the country in about four days or so right but a closer cut off low can just kind of sit and spin in one spot for a number of days but what it does is it brings you that kind of give it five minutes type of weather where you get a snow squall then sunshine been so makes with Iran or whatever the heck this is then sunshine I think it's going to be like that I think it's going to be too you know of intermittent snow and rain for three
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Undefeated Dimitrius daily a real quick before we get into the unique Christmas traditions I wanted to ask you but because right now like in this situation you played meant well how many boulder you did a few moments to bowl game every whenever yell here's so the time between when the season ends in the bowl games like during that time was that a hard time for you because now it's like you don't really yeah it's not as regimented right I mean what no it's still very regiment this in the us like kind of like camp you're out there you're working your conditioning you're lifting yeah you're trying to get any you're trying to heal if there's anything going on there I mean the injuries and stuff like that but it's still go time there it doesn't change I mean you get a little bit more break right but it's still go time yeah one that's the most important part that's the most important time is when you got that low because that's the time when players do stupid stuff get in trouble the stuff like that so they try to keep you focused and busy that makes sense yeah so you're not I'll get in trouble devoured because you're bored to death so yeah one week from tomorrow I don't know when they head out to Tempe for this I a week before we could so before also they're getting ready to head out yeah that is the one week from tomorrow obviously it's the Fiesta Bowl yeah battling Clemson in the semi yeah and then hopefully we we get past that but boy it's gonna be knock down drag out well I I was not worried about the only team I was worried about until we played was because this last game was LSU I am now concerned about Clemson and I say that because Wisconsin called the best first have as far as play call yes they give us trouble and how to beat us they gave the perfect roadmap and they did like all throughout the year certain teams would do this or they do that or they do this over here right now they put all three of them together you know the well they played the other part of that is Clinton doesn't have the same personnel so they have better per se okay and they have the now here's the difference now if we pull what we did against Wisconsin Wisconsin didn't have the the talent across the board well we just ordered yeah but they didn't have the talent to do that for four quarters a team I can close though had the ability to do that for four quarters so we can't let anything like that would happen against Wisconsin all right so the adjustments we may have time clearly came out leads right down absolutely all right so now if if Clinton begins what what Wisconsin was doing right we already know what adjustments to make if in fact so it's a chess game but we've already perfected our move earlier you would hope see if you will here's the thing I just don't know what it was and why we came out that way one yes without Wisconsin called a great game but even then Wisconsin should never done and played as well as they did against us and I don't know if that was a Hey yeah we smacked him last time we can just walk out here beat him or I you know I don't know what that was because he I cannot figure out because I've never seen that all year we've played all these games and we've never done that and till this moment so I don't know what that was I hope it was just a Hey are we got him last time we'll get him in Wisconsin came smacked as in the phase what calling a great First Avenue and that's all that was in but we'll see come Clemson all right so let's put that now too.
Patriots' Patrick Chung Indicted On Cocaine Possession Charge
"We give a quick shout at the patrick. Chung ben arrested or arraigned reigned for cocaine possession. One of the one of the great great great illegal things that have happened in this country is patrick chung getting being arrested for this it was his alarm was tripped at his house. The cops went into his house. He wasn't even home and just found cocaine in his house. You can do that. I think cocaine and your house now. I don't know that put it in this country anymore. I'm with you on that but i think the more war legal thing is. I don't think you can just go into somebody's house and start rifling around well. I don't know how much driving around the guessing maybe he dimitrius thomas esque cocaine cantabile playmakers allegedly but the i don't think they did much rifling around but they did have cause to enter because alarm was trip yeah but that's bush also like much trips like they can go in like a search warrant. Check ideo were here. We're going to close up for a frodo. That's the burglars cocaine cocaine.
'The Rookie' actress Afton Williamson names alleged abusers after quitting the show
"Yours is now leaving her role in A. B. C.'s the rookie now she says sexual harassment and racial discrimination are to blame Afton Williamson announced that she will not be returning to the show and she said I was sexually harassed by fellow actor Dimitrius gross I was racially bullied and discriminated against and sexually assaulted by the hair department head Sally Nicole's again of itch now she says she told the show runner that these bad acts were going on on the show while they were filming who never started an investigation which per the new wine steam rules I guess that's what they call them around the sets in Hollywood that is what you were supposed to do but the guest star returned to the show ABC now says this is the first time we are hearing it we are now investigating through a third party and we are taking the matter very seriously so now is it really changed in the last few
"dimitrius" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Dimitrius transition era reach to the incoming trump administration imagery of undertook efforts to meet members of the incoming trump administration the months after the election Dimitri of asked to close business associate who work for the United Arab Emirates UAE royal court George Nader to introduce him to trump transition officials and later eventually arranged a meeting in the Seychelles between Dimitri of and Eric prince the trump campaign supporter and an associate of Steve ban in addition the UAE national security adviser interviews Dimitri have to hedge fund manager in front of Jared Kushner recurso in late November twenty sixteen in between December twenty sixteen ten January twenty seventeen Dmitriev in Gerson worked on a proposal for reconciliation between the United States and Russia which Dmitriev implied he cleared through potent Gerson provided that proposal to question before the inauguration and Kushner later gave copies to ban and secretary of state rex tellers eight background Demetria is a Russian national who was appointed CEO rushes sovereign wealth fund the Russian direct investment fund RDI out when it was founded in two thousand eleven Dimitri have reported directly to Putin and freely referred to put in as his boss R. D. I. F. as co invested in various projects with the U. A. E.'s sovereign wealth funds Demetria regularly interacted with Nader a senior adviser to you a eat crown prince Mohammed bin Zayed prince Mohammed in connection with our if ID's dealings with the UAE putting one of the major you have to be in charge of both the financial and the political relationship between Russia and the Gulf states in part because to me trip had been educated in the west and spoke English fluently Nader Nader consider Dmitriev to be Putin's interlocutor in the Gulf region and would relate to me trips views directly to crown prince Mohammed native device Nader develop contacts of both the US presidential campaigns during the twenty sixteen election and kept Dimitri abreast of his efforts to do so the Nader Dimitri have said that his his and the government of Russia's preference was for candidate trump awareness Nader to a system and meeting with members of the trump campaign the next sentence has been deleted by bill Barr later did not introduce Jimmy trip to anyone associated with the trump campaign before the election the entire next paragraph is deleted by bill Barr Eric prince is a businessman who had relationships with various individuals associated with the trump campaign including Steve Bannon Donald Trump junior and Roger stone princes not have a formal role in the campaign although he offered to host a fundraiser for trump and sent unsolicited policy papers on issues such as foreign policy trade and Russian election interference to Steve Bannon page one forty nine after the election prince frequent firmly visited transition offices of trump tower primarily to meet with van but on occasion to meet Michael Flynn and others Brinson band would discuss in our Aaliyah foreign policy issues and princes recommendations regarding who should be appointed to keep fill key national security positions all of prince was not formally affiliated with the transition Nader the following are deleted by the grand jury received assurances sees me and not not deleted by the Grainger deleted by bill Barr received assurances the next part of the sentence deleted by bill Maher that the incoming administration considered prince a trust the socio B. L. E. Carol Dimitrius postelection contacts of the incoming administration soon after midnight on election night Dimitri of messaged blacked out by bill Barr who is traveling to New York to attend the twenty sixteen World Chess Championship blacked out by bill Barr Dmitry Peskov the Russian federation's press secretary who is also attending the World Chess Championship the rest of that paragraph deleted by bill Barr at a price my two forty AM on November ninth twenty sixteen news reports stated the candidate Clinton had called president trump president elect trump to concede at and the rest of the sentence was blocked out by billable by bill but bill Barr road to Dimitri of quote Putin has one page one fifty later that morning Dimitri of can contacted Nader who is in New York to request a meeting with key people in the incoming administration as soon as possible in light of the great results yes Nader to convey to the incoming administration that quote we want to start rebuilding their relationship in whatever is a comfortable place for them we understand all of the sensitivities are not in a rush and quote Dimitri have and Nader had previously discussed Nader introducing him to the contacts Nader had made within the trump campaign Dimitri have also told later that he would as Putin for permission to travel to the United States where he would be able to speak to media outlets about the positive impact of drum selection and the need for reconciliation between the United States and Russia later that day Dimitri of fluid a your core passcode was separately traveling to attend the chess tournament MHM invited Nader to the opening of the term and noted that if there was a chance to see anyone for key from the trump campaign would love to start building there for the future the major and also estate or to invite Kushner to the events so he Dimitri of could meet him later did not pass along Dimitrios invitation anyone connected with the incoming administration although one world chess federation official recall hearing from an attendee that president elect trump stop by the tournament the investigation did not establish the trump or any campaigner transition team official attended the event and the present president's written answers denied the ad later stated that Dimitri have continued to press him to set up a meeting with transition officials and was particularly focused on Kushner at a meeting that would make history the rest of that page one fifty has been blacked out by bill Barr page one fifty.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Dimitrius you're one of the the well known conspiracy analysts profiles have you heard you just call him is that what you're there are I'm a conspiracy analysts myself you just got to figure it out yeah and you're in that you know of course you're an athlete Colin Kaepernick when this whole when he first came on the scene it was documented that his his girlfriend at the time I don't know if you still danger was a radical Islam do you know if that is still the case I do not know if that's the case I have not seen anything on her or about her I'm a single yes just because yeah I wanted to be yeah yeah I really think it needs to be looked into because him and a O. C. and a couple others are just puppets I mean he is making up fool out of himself but you get money so we don't hear them right just as long as it looks right you use the rays game and unfortunate part is they're going to ruin it for somebody that actually does faces racism but you know that's the game plan a little let me add this to mark if you think about this with regard to Colin Kaepernick what he's getting now if he played really well in the NFL he probably still wouldn't make as much money as he's getting now and you don't even have to do in only about the break a sweat break a sweat ME the route that you know I mean he's a he's a he's a sharp businessman in one respect sleazy and stinky but sharp yeah I just you know on the lighter side if he's not dating anyone I would really encourage him to start dating AOC get married have kids their weirdness would cancel each other out Republican committee for the mark.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Jesse's Dimitrius daily playing your Jan here d. Bob in my head. What if that the her Monica? What is is it a mouth, heart heart, heart into harmonica all? Yeah. That is what is this? I don't even know. I just grabbed me real quick. You said to meet you, Jim, I thought maybe you were in cahoots here, grabbed me a little bit. So you know it made me Bob my head. Grabbed you a little bit? Joe Biden of songs. Well, they're the broccoli broccoli has been crowned. America's favorite vegetable who for two years in a row. Now, by the way. Five thousand Americans were polled. Sure. Five thousand Americans represent all of America. In green giant did the poll, by the way? Oh, you mean. Even better. That's funny, because I promise you, would you like a steaming plate of broccoli or a nice, delicious ear of sweet corn with butter and salt, you go go for the sweet corn every time. Can I tell you little secret? It's the this is the top veggie in thirty nine out of fifty states. By the way coming in. Second is corn. Okay. Did you know that broccoli is man made? No. It was made it was carefully bred by Italian farmers. More than two thousand years ago. So yes, so it's like a hybrid of something. It was. GMO. We see a wild cabbage. Genetically modified food has been happening. That's how agriculture came to be. We started manipulating things like like the original corn was unethical. So they had to be different strands together. It's really cool to veggies earned favorites status for the very first time cauliflower counting flower, which I said, collie, flower cauliflowers, how I say, Hello, cauliflower? Flower. That's what I say. My wife says it's wrong so Montana that was their favorite veggie. And then Alaska's favourite was asparagus sped Agoo. Yeah..
"dimitrius" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To automobiles of Dimitrius. Mexico's president said today, he's Optimus dick. There will be an agreement as congress threatened to block the tariffs, CBS news update. I'm Matt pipe. This is NewsRadio nine fifty WBZ news time one thirty two. So what comes next now the Chrysler has withdrawn its offered emerge with Renault. We get the follow up from w j oughta be reporter Jeff Gilbert in withdrawing the merger proposal via Chrysler said it had become clear that the political conditions in France. Do not currently exist for a combination with Renault to proceed successfully their reports at the French government, which owns fifteen percent of Renault wanted to lion's partner Nissan on board at Nissan wasn't. It ready to do that, if FCA and Renault got together, Renault would be even more powerful or the new entity would be even more powerful than Nissan. Eight did not like the is the deal whatsoever, w w j analyst, John McElroy, Fiat Chrysler says it's now prepared to go it alone. But it still holds out the possibility of other deals or even revisiting a deal with Renault should things change. Jeff Gilbert, w w j go nine fifty a man who led police on a chase through southwest Detroit has been charged with second degree murder man, the list of other charges. Also while surrounded by several cop cars, Monday, the prosecutor's office says twenty nine year old Christopher Kevin was behind the wheel of a car that almost hit a Detroit police officer police firing several shots hitting Kevin. And the passenger Kevin Putt of Jackson, along with the murder charge. Kevin faces assault weapons and fleeing and alluding charges. He remains hospitalized. Jason Scott WW, NewsRadio nine fifty Detroit's. Chief of police is asking for some help in catching a possible, serial killer whose preying on sex workers chief James Craig says the latest victim was found yesterday morning following to others earlier this year also in vacant homes, five.
"dimitrius" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"East loop eight twenty that's heavy from thirty to one eighty three. Thank you, Randy. I'm bread deal. Your next report is coming up at six eighteen and breaking traffic alerts when they happen. Some thunderstorms in the forecast. And if we wait long enough of predeceased cold front as well. I'm NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell a thirty percent chance for a storm, or two tonight, a low of seventy two tomorrow mostly cloudy, a forty percent chance for thunderstorm a high of eighty eight. Oh, call it partly cloudy for Friday, warm, low chance for a store twenty percent or less a high of ninety the weekend Saturday, looks dry up to ninety four lower nineties on Sunday. Twenty percent chance for a storm and the weekend, here's the deal, we're going to have a heat index, or would it feels like could be close to one hundred during the afternoon on Saturday. Cold front comes in Sunday. That's going to help drop our temperatures as we go into next week, high temperatures Monday and Tuesday back down into the mid eighties with lower humidity tonight will be in the mid seventies, it's eighty KRLD. Six by Joan Littlewood Suzy soleus. We're live in the Mercedes Benz of Clinton news center, download the radio dot com app. Listen to us anytime anywhere. Now, more of your CBS evening news. We have new numbers from the US customs and border patrol about how many migrants were arrested last month after illegally crossing the southern border more than one hundred thirty two thousand that is the highest monthly total since two thousand six President Trump calls it a crisis is frustration is growing, and he says he's on the verge of placing tariffs on all imports from Mexico. Here's Nancy Cortes. Customs officials are calling it a full blown emergency fueled by a surge in families trying to cross the border since January roughly four hundred forty thousand migrants have been apprehended, that's more than the entire population of Cleveland, Ohio. Mexico can stop it. They have to stop it. Otherwise, we just won't be able to do this. In ireland. President Trump threw down the gauntlet he vowed to slap tariffs on all Mexican goods next week. If Mexico doesn't do more to prevent illegal migration, the tariffs would start at five percent and climbed to twenty-five percent by Tober, they go hi, the companies are going to move back into the United States. So it's very simple. But his own party is rebelling afraid that it might dangerous American jobs. Let's hope this, this doesn't have Mexico is one of America's biggest trading partners. A trade war would drive up the price Americans pay for everything from avocados to automobiles is Dimitrius. Mexico's president.
"dimitrius" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Individuals one who's an old friend one who is a new friend with a big smile, the old friend. Of course is Alicia Thomas commodity, formerly known as a leash Thomas Morgan. Who is the former state Representative? Yes. And your executive director of the Rena Carter foundation. I am. And it's wonderful to be with you, certainly at least you great to see you again. I mean, you've gone from the legislature to education now to nonprofits. So how you been I have been wonderful. I am so blessed Maria to be able to continue to do work that I'm passionate about. My life's mission is to empower kids in their families and help change their life trajectory, and so I've done that in politics Dennen education. And now, I'm in the nonprofit space working to disrupt generational poverty. Yeah. Because when you left the state legislature, then we had you on because you were over Ivy prep. Yes. So how many years were you at AVI Prowse, I prepped for three years which aims the game. And again helped a lot of kids and so excited about staying in education. I haven't left education just doing it in a different way right now. What did you learn you think when while at Ivy prep? Oh, my goodness so much. There's so much work to be done in education. It starts with having very passionate loving adult with high expectations for kids. It saying it doesn't matter what your home life looks like which zip code is what I can do as an adult when you walk into. This building is up to me. It is my responsibility to make sure that I do everything I can to make sure you learn I've also learned as a former policymaker and an educator that there's a lot more work to do when it comes to policymaking and getting a right for kids. And so as long as I have breath in my body, I will continue to be working on behalf of kids and doing what's right for them. She is Alicia Thomas Cromartie. Former state Representative. She is now the executive director of the Rena Carter foundation. And I said that there is a second person here with a big smile and he's still smiling. He doesn't stop smiling. Does he Alicia he doesn't? That's why I love him. His name is Dimitrius it. He is the founder and board chair of the Rena Carter foundation Dimitrius MacAulay Italy's. Tell us about yourself who are you where you from? I'm originally from Philadelphia and stay there for about four years. And then my parents moved to Detroit where I grew up in with high school, and then I came here to Atlanta went to Morehouse, and I've been here ever since went to Morehouse your Morehouse, man. I am you you you live in the city of Atlanta. This is your home. If this is definitely my home. And it's been very good to me. Okay. When it comes to education, what is your philosophy? Because you're you're working with a nonprofit that deals with education, the Rena Carter foundation. What's your philosophy? When it comes to education. I think education is the great equalizer. It's an opportunity that. There's something about understanding finances and literacy that changes, not just your Bank account, but changes your life because it opens up other things that you now I think the way that I say it best when I was talking with the leash is. The more you understand about finances and dreams the bigger you can dream because you have obviously don't think of bigger debts and bigger things if you're can barely pay your house know or understand how to do a budget so Alicia we heard his philosophy on education. I mean, you've come from the state legislature to education to now a nonprofit what is your philosophy? And I'm sure it's grown through the years because he worked on education matters in the legislature. And then when you were at every pep and now which philosophy you know, it's very similar to what Dimitri said it is the great equalizer. It is what levels the playing field for any person. And so I go back to saying it doesn't matter what your zip code is. Because if you have a great education, you are exposed to all kinds of opportunities. You have information and access to things that you would not otherwise have I became so passionate about education because of. Of my own upbringing. I grew up in Miami in a lower middle class neighborhood. But my parents were so adamant about getting to the best schools the best public schools. And because I had those opportunities I was exposed to all kinds of cultures all kinds of religions all kinds of educational opportunities. That is what level the playing field for me. That's what allows me to sit in this seat today. And have the opportunities that I have in. So I work every single day to make sure that kids who look like me who have the same kind of upbringing. Or not have those kinds of opportunities because I know that my exposure, my education open doors for me that otherwise would have never been opened. And I believe that every kid deserves to have that kind of opportunity Alicia Thomas Cromartie and Dimitris lock at her. My guest today, if you're just joining us Dimitrius has found in board chair of the Rena Carter foundation. Alicia Thomas Cromartie who of course, we know as the former state Representative we love to say, formerly known as Alicia Thomas Morgan. She is executive director of the Rena Carter foundation. We're here today to talk about quite a bit. We're going to tell you what the Rena Carter foundation is who was Rena Carter. And also, there's there's a scholarship opportunity for everyone out there, if you're listening you want to hear about this and everything that goes into it Dimitrius. Yes. What is the foundation about the foundation is clearly about disrupting generational? Poverty, and what is generational poverty. Generational poverty is from generation to generation pass down. I'm suffering financially. My children suffering Maria, according to the Federal Reserve, they say forty percent of Americans don't even have the cash and unexpected Bill of four hundred dollars. Wow. So it's the the cycle that we go through oftentimes of payday loans of predatory lending of even overdraft charges ATM charges at banks that aren't yours. Just the ability to not see and recognize how to indecipherable Dmitri who was Rena Carter Rena Carter was a nurturer. She was a nurse. She was a wife and a mother to great children. And she was my grandmother. She was the first person that really helped me to understand that. I could do anything. I wanted to do that everything is possible. She is the example that are often used in my daily life of what to do morally where to go who to help and taking time to make a difference assumption that gee, that's green card relief. So you knew very well. Yeah. Very well. She was marina is what we affectionately called her Oliver grandchildren as well. As the whole neighborhood. She was marina to everybody. How the foundation come about. The foundation came about from a conversation with a very good friend of mine name Alicia, and we were talking about how we can make a difference originally at medi share some eleven or twelve years ago as I was working with an organization that she had Saturdays with my state rep where she had people come in and talk about finances and ways to protect yourself financially. And just exposed people. Are they actually high school students to access and I remember when I was doing that program that if I ever had an opportunity I would want to do the same thing for children because I recognize that's what happened to me. It's not that. I'm any different than anybody else. I have good success right now. But it was from people pouring into me for multitudes of reasons. I want a chance to get back to that. So hints the Rena Carter foundation. Absolately amazing is what it is amazing. It is amazing. I listened to Dimitrius speak. And he is a friend is as we said he's been a friend for a long time. And I never said this in front of him. But I said to other people there are a few people in my life. And I'm forty that. I have come across. And I consider them to be angels. It's about a handful of people Dimitrius is everything that he described about his grandmother. He is Rena Carter personified. And so being able to work with Dimitrius on this organization is a blessing because all of his life all that. I've known him when you meet people who know him, they all say the same thing. He's the most generous. He's the most loving. He's the most giving spirited person that you will meet and so to be able to work with him and do this work together. I'm an impact the lives of kids and families and to truly disrupt generational poverty is a a bit of life work that only a few of us get to do. And so just to hear him talk about his grandmother to hear the passion, come out of his voice. It's very clear why we do this work everybody. We're talking about the Rena Carter foundation. It is led by former state Representative aleisha Thomas Cromartie. We've been talking about the Rena Carter foundation and how it's vision is to disrupt generational poverty through developing financial literacy skills, and exposing students to robust college access opportunities. You have several programs right aleisha. We do we have four different programs that we operate, and we are brand new. So we're. Excited about this..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WTVN
"Mark blazer show. Welcome back along with Josh and Dimitrius Stanley in the studio. Hey, so. I wanted to talk about this. President Trump versus Nancy Pelosi speaker Pelosi, and she's charging the president with endangering the lives of Americans based on him issuing the memo about that she could fly commercial if she wanted because she wasn't going to take any military aircraft on her on her trip. It would not be proper that. All these people are not getting paid right now partial government shutdown that she hops in an aircraft. And is absent from Washington DC. Also in addition to that, it doesn't allow her to have an opportunity to try to bury the hatchet here as well. Right. So I understand why did it. I think it was a brilliant move. It was petty. And it was probably a, but what she did was petty. Absolutely. It was but she's like, oh, I don't want you. You should put your submit the state of the union and writing, but you know, she just recently got busted with those angel. Moms of I think young people that were murdered by. A legal aliens. And they went to Washington DC to talk to Nancy Pelosi, and she wouldn't come out of her office. And they lied and said she wasn't there. And what she's afraid of is that Trump on national TV with the attention of the entire nation brings these people into into play. They get on Phil. And they get to see this type of stuff. She it's not about him. She doesn't want him to be able to speak in her her not be able to rebuttal to what he says like they did on that other spe- address to the nation in the Oval Office. From the overall, which by the way, I'm like why did they get to rebut back because I've never even seen. That tells you a lot right there that absolutely told me a lot. But the point is win the shutdown happen. They went they were in. She was in Hawaii somewhere, then they went to I think it was Puerto Rico Rico Rico, and now she's leaving the country get everybody's blaming Trump for the shutdown. Well, this is what I look at it. The Democrats in two thousand thirteen hundred forty six billion to build what they called a barrier K. So they wanted right. He's giving the voters that the people that voted for him what they want. He's trying to keep his promise. Why are you mad at this guy? He's giving everybody that's involved. What they either ask for at one point or what they want. So I don't understand why they're blaming him. And why are you leaving the country? If you're so worried about the people that are here not getting paid. She's not. She's not worried about it. Exactly. Right. It's a front when they start talking about it. It's lip service. It's gum flapping. So it doesn't mean anything. Absolutely. There's no substance behind it whatsoever. And you if you care about why why are you going to other countries the? Visit other people when you have this issue here, you should be in the White House every day waiting talking doing something trying to get to solve this process. Because there's about to be a second paycheck second pay period that these people will not be paid for you. That's coming up very soon. Yes..
"dimitrius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And now the WGN forecast, here's meteorologist Mitri is. I agree be on the lookout for slick spots tonight. It'll be breezy at times with patchy freezing drizzle. The overnight low temperature falls down to twenty degrees. We could see wind gusts up to twenty miles per hour for tomorrow, we'll see mostly cloudy conditions. It'll be breezy and seasonably chilly. High temperature thirty two we're in between systems tomorrow night, mostly cloudy, the low down to twenty four. Four our next week. So maker arrives Thursday. We'll see a high temperature of thirty two minor accumulations there a more significant storm arrives into Friday, mostly cloudy skies during the day snow arrives late in the evening. The high temperature reaches thirty one blustery conditions with continuing and accumulating snow on Saturday. Saturday's high twenty-seven Sunday, we'll be variably chilly with lake affects no showers. Extremely co conditions with a high of only fifteen Monday, we'll see partly cloudy conditions. The chance of light snow. The high temperature eighteen I'm meteorologist Dimitrius ivory right now here twenty eight midway Twenty-eight, Gary thirty the winds blowing from the southwest thirteen miles an hour. The barometer is falling along the lakefront Twenty-eight. I'm Kim Gordon in the WGN newsroom. Ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on Chicago's very own seven twenty WGN. additive lines is.
"dimitrius" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"And I don't know is anybody of substance in. Oh, what's the guy's name? Jesse Jackson Chicago. He was fair car. Chicago. And then some of the biggest black preachers in America. Hanjour gago. So I don't know if the Bible's right make it ahead. Not detail is got to be something wrong with black theology that these types of China. He's he's either. Either the the ones that are being killed. You know, you can you can transgender you raise supposedly to. Oh, that's terrible. And another piece to the Chicago thing to the Chicago thing, and you know, this is one another one of these platforms boxes, I'm on quite often connection with the Chicago thing you're upset black leaders who jumped out in the street in a minute when they get when they get the dog whistle in the money. But they here, you know, and he'll jump out in the street and be mad March and no Justice. No peace. Well, name Naib. I know about Trayvon Martin and Michael Brown. You know, I mean and one of the things these two young men had in common. They they weren't too cool and filing rules. You know, they they had problems with. But they didn't make matter of fact, I don't know they had this movie out this summer. What about the fella said his name was his name. Oh god. I'm having a blackout here. But Nevertheless, I just mentioned Trayvon Martin. Trayvon's here. Yeah, they're marginalizing Trayvon Martin. But what about Dimitrius Griffin Dimitrius Griffin? Have you ever heard anything on on on on the radio or I now locally they heard quite a bit about this is a little fifteen year old black boy Dimitrius Griffin. And they found him fifteen years old in a trash can in Chicago burned ally. Wow. This was this was a couple of years ago. But did you hear any on the news? Did you hear Jesse or Al or any of the boys? Did you hear the leaders of the NWEA piece? See the black lives matters, folks, five months ago. Fifteen year old Dimitrius Griffin junior was found dead burned in a dumpster on the west side, his mother's still waiting for answers. And when I downloaded this. Updates at least when two years later, they're still trying to unless they found out since I did this download, but my point is how does this goal without any publicity? You know, what is the psyche of our community leaders that they will take Trayvon and immortalize him. But Dimitrios Griffin who they was a pretty nice easy going little fellow. And they say they speculate he might have been no more than no less than a sacrifice offered by the street gangs in initiating members who have to go out and kill somebody approved that they qualify for the game. Now Dimitrius Dimitrius Griffin. You know, they he wasn't immortalize. Just like, you know, we've got Antonio Smith. You know, the little fellow that was killed in. I think this was Chicago too. But again. Yeah. Dorchester, seventy three seventy three hundred Dorchester in Chicago Dimitrius and Smith he was shot, you know, and we heard about him and this list goes down. And it's talking about other got another little fella named Murphy. He was trivial. Man, he saw, you know Antonio shot down and so forth, and so on and then, you know, we have the young lady from Detroit miracle Williams is these folks don't get a motorized little baby that got shot one year older than his mother's a, you know, coach in Atlanta, and you just go down through the leaser, Sean Lee nine year old. This is another one that was killed in the alley in Chicago. So who tells our brothers and sisters win to get mad? I'm the league, you know, when you devalue the importance of life. Yeah. As as as a tapa with abortion night. This guy guys nail. Yeah. He kill all and babies got little publicity. So when once you devaluate escalates. Yes down yet. Okay. So now to take a life is about NAFTA. Hey stabbed him in school last. We ask. Yes. You know, there again you look at that situation where the young girl regrettably was stabbed in the classroom. You know, look like somebody that class because they said she was chasing the girl on the classroom. I'm saying didn't nobody think maybe some books chairs at the girl with the knife. You know, what happened here that something? And can we separate this from our community? It's so many kids are don't live real world. Yeah..
U.S. appeals court orders EPA to ban pesticide said to harm children
"Environmental groups are celebrating but farmers are not after a federal appeals court decision to ban a pesticide that many say is linked to abnormal brain development in children Schaefer with the pesticide action network says the EPA proposed banning the widely. Used pesticide Clark back in two thousand. Fifteen and the ninth circuit court said Thursday you can't really take that back now and that's illegal for you. To decide that you then cannot take action you have to show the evidence, that it's still safe to have the marketplace which they have. Not been able, to do after the ruling the EPA said data used from, Columbia study on the pesticide had, been inaccessible keeping, them from making scientific assessments but Earthjustice attorney Mercer ordonio says. That doesn't, make any, sense EPA for years I. Said you, know this is a credible study she says the evidence that it is harmful to developing brains is
Chicago residents accuse cops of planting "bait trucks" to lure thieves
"Well. No one really knows there is a new flap over, city hall over something called bait trucks to find out. What they are and what the controversy is, all about here's our Bill. Cameron they trucks are trucks filled. With virtually, is, and. Place on the open as a lure to trap thieves one was placed in, Inglewood not far from the Norfolk Southern railroad yards or been breaking it a freight containers black leaders are saying it's entrapping. Poor people but not everybody is critical listen to former cop and firefighter. Now alderman Anthony Napolitano if you're using a beat. Bay truck and you put a truck out there you're not gonna get John to citizen that. On his way to work on his way to. School runways play the park, that's going to open up the truck and feel something. Out of it you're gonna. Get the career criminal in the, career criminal is the reason why the crime. Rate is astronomical in the city of Chicago right now now you might expect former police. Superintendent now candidates remember Gary McCarthy to agree but his campaign says he has no No comment on,
Dimitrius Jones, Officer and Willie Wilson discussed on Drew Garabo Live
"Cash giveaway saying there's nothing wrong with his charitable foundations paperwork Chicago mayoral candidate who is black says he's tired of white people telling him what to do he says he used. His own money not taxpayer. Dollars a man is dead following a break in at the home of the. Chicago police officer. Early this morning police say
Dodgers, Danny O'Connor and Trump discussed on Tennessee Matters
"That angels manager Mike. Social will announce that he's stepping. Down at the? End, of the season this is. His nineteenth year in Anaheim. Not a good day for the halos held to three hits in a three. Nothing lost to the Cleveland Indians meanwhile a bad day for the dodgers to one delivery and that is drilled to left center failed and you can't kiss that goodbye Fsr affiliate k., b. m. e. and the Astros radio. Network with the call as Houston scored early and often in a fourteen nothing. Beating of the dodgers l. a. with, just three hits the worst home shutout loss for the team since nineteen twenty, three at UFC two twenty-seven t.. J., dillashaw retained his bantamweight belt with a first round, TKO of Cody Garbrandt Henry pseudo upset undefeated. Dimitrius Johnson for the flyweight type FOX News Radio I'm del Walter is a suicide bombing in Afghanistan kills three NATO soldiers a US soldier among the wounded the Taliban claiming responsibility in Ohio Democrats in the news media we're the. Targets of President Trump's Saturday night you gotta get out and You gotta, get out in. Pro you gotta, get out. Because they. Want to take, away what we've, given they, to, take away. The this I mean you see Pelosi. Who by the way again controls Danny O'Connor whoever the, hell that is Trump was campaigning for Republican Troy powder soon. Baltin faces democrat Danny O'Connor Tuesday polls show. The race a dead heat In essence An.
An oxygen machine was keeping an ailing woman alive. Then the power company shut off her electricity.
"The radio home of the mets and i heart radio station sixty nine degrees at eleven o'clock good evening i'm cigars man what a day it was in thailand is a team of highly skilled divers was able to rescue fourth the twelve boys trapped deep inside a cave on members of the soccer team taken into the cave by their coach couple of weeks ago and there they have been trapped since rescuers have been spending the last few hours reviewing the weather conditions before attempting to rescue the rest of the soccer team three people are dead on long island following a head on collision of two cars and amityville suffolk county police say it happened just before one am this morning at the intersection of oak street and belmont court authorities say twentysevenyearold alex dimitrius was driving a bmw veered into the oncoming lane striking toyota corolla that had two people inside everybody pronounced dead at the scene an occupant an oxygen dependent woman from newark stat after power was cut off to her home linda daniels was in hospice character home on sheppard avenue thursday when their power was shut off a non payment her oxygen which is powered by electric went off she was switched to an oxygen tank that ran out her family says the stifling heat in the apartment caused by lack of air conditioning further hampered her breathing police are investigating president trump less than a day away now from announcing his decision on his pick for the next a supreme court justice speaking to reporters before boarding air force one in new jersey today trump says whoever he picks will do a great job sports met shut out by the raise today at city field nine to nothing noah syndergaard made a successful rehab start though for the brooklyn cyclones as he works back from an injury that's on deck today or tomorrow at three oh five it is the first of two games with phillies yankees top by the top of the blue jays and ten to two one overnight clear skies we're looking at a low the mid to upper six sixties mostly sunny and.
Trump to announce his replacement for Justice Kennedy on July 9
"Dimitrius into thannual pitts told an undercover agent that he was scouting locations in hopes of parking and explosiveladen vehicle that would blow up during cleveland's downtown parade pit susan american citizen now charged with attempted support of a terrorist organization the feds say that pits initially came under surveillance in two thousand seventeen after expressing a desire to join qaeda piece faces a maximum for twenty years in prison if he is found guilty looks like president trump is sticking to his promise to announce his pick to replace the retirement supreme court justice anthony kennedy next monday interviewed and met with four or potential justices of our great supreme court they are outstanding people they are really incredible people in so many different ways academically in every other way trump says he's looking at five to seven candidates in all fun movie mogul harvey weinstein facing a new predatory sexual assault charge in manhattan involving a third woman why senior ready pleased the not guilty to similar charges involving two other women if convicted of these new charges harvey weinstein faces up to life in prison joe jackson's been laid to rest and in the same southern california cemetery as his son michael that's a forest lawn memorial park joe jackson died last wednesday in las vegas joe jackson was eighty nine years old he is five by his estranged wife catherine h and dozens of grants a new study finds a coffee drinkers may be less likely to dive and early death in non java lovers get that good i'd drink coffee every morning and finally.
3-year-old birthday girl dies from injuries in Idaho stabbing
"Pittsburgh radio dot com station prom night shaven lo hana law firm studios this is the voice of pittsburgh news from katie j a radio four as outstanding incredible people but the white house is being very quiet about exactly who they are in fact during the white house press briefing we tried to press sarah sanders about the identities of these judges and she would only say that they were each here and met with the president for forty five minutes the top senate democrat chuck schumer is calling on voters to put pressure on the senate to prevent the nomination of any supreme court pick who would oppose abortion rights joy around the world for twelve boys and their soccer coach who had been missing in thailand we're coming bbc reporter jonathan head on efforts to get them out of the partially flooded cave where they were trapped in lots of machinery is pumping thousands of gallons of water out every hour it's hoping to bring those water levels down but clearly it's not going to happen in a hurry cave experts say trying to take non divers through a cave is one of the most dangerous situations possible an american citizen has been arrested for allegedly trying to support terrorist organizations plan to attack downtown cleveland on july fourth fbi special agent in charge steven anthony has more on suspect dimitrius pits the united states citizen radicalized the united states wind commit playing to commit a terrorist attack the united states pits allegedly thought he was planning the attack with al qaeda but was actually dealing with an undercover fbi agent one of nine people stabbed at a boise idaho apartment complex at his home damini refugee families has died cbs nikki batiste has more the three year old idaho oh girl who was stabbed at her weekend birthday party has died of her injuries she was among nine people attacked at an apartment complex in boise that is home to many refugee families thirty year old timmy kiner was charged monday in connection to the mass stabbing police say kenner who is not a refugee had been staying at the complex for short time but was kicked out the day before because of his behavior some business owners are pleased with the high temperature scorching the nation the unrelenting heat brought a huge surge.
Suspect in planned Cleveland July 4 bombing appears in court
"Adults who tried to protect them after he invaded the party in an apartment complex home to refugee families from syria iraq in ethiopia in court judge denied bail for kiner the fbi arrested american dimitrius pits on charges of plotting an attack in cleveland on the fourth of july fbi special agent in charge steven anthony says pits expressed allegiance to al qaeda and shared plans with an undercover informant to kill us military personnel telling the informant sunday the fourth of july independence day what would hit them in the four have a bomb blow up july parade anthony says pitts was radicalized in the us investigators aren't sure if he had the capability to carry out such an attack abc's ryan burrow white house spokeswoman sarah sanders says president trump has met with four possible supreme court nominees as the president said last week he's not gonna talk to judges about specific cases he's looking for individuals that have the right intellect the right temperament and uphold the constitution the president says he will announce his pick on monday on wall street and update the dow closing thirty six points higher the nasdaq.
Kentucky governor cutting dental, vision coverage for nearly 500,000
"News radio seven hundred wwl w radio show scattered clouds and a couple of storm cells that have been popping up at the state today clermont county in pendleton county seeing some of the steadiest rain at this hour it's eighty five degrees news is a service of saint elizabeth healthcare it's time for us to start questioning what wealth mates we are not a wealthy country when each and every one of our citizens does not have healthcare louisville mayor greg fischer today among the democrats speaking against kentucky governor matt bevins' decision to cut vision and dental coverage from medicaid statewide it comes after a judge ruled on friday that the governor cannot make people who are on medicaid work or volunteer or go to school to keep their coverage federal investigators arresting a man accused of plotting to bomb the fourth of july parade and fireworks in cleveland fbi special agent in charge steven anthony says forty eight year old dimitrius pits has a history of troubling facebook posts is extensive criminal history including flonase assault domestic violence aggravated robbery and carrying a concealed weapon furthered our reason for concern tits used to live in saint bernard and was on the fbi's radar then he moved to cleveland this past may meantime hamilton county prosecutor joe dealers says they have done their job now we will do ours he's talking about the arrest of alan summers today.
Thai cave rescue: Missing soccer team found alive
"Meet with two or three others mr trump says will make a decision over the next few days before announcing it monday steve dorsey cbs news washington the longtime lawyer for donald trump is speaking out hoping to achieve what he calls resolution cbs's steven portnoy having spent months under public and fbi scrutiny michael cohen says he aims to get his name reputation and life back when asked if prosecutors were to make him choose between protecting the president and protecting his family donald trump's former lawyer and fix your tells abc his wife and children have his first loyalty and always will a suburban cleveland man is in custody for allegedly plotting an attack in the downtown area on july fourth fbi special agent steven anthony says forty eight year old dimitrius pits conspired with an undercover agent posing as an al qaeda operative communications with the undercover agent that's indicated he will travel downtown and conduct reconnaissance of one of its part in the us coastguard station for the purpose of taking photographs in video videotape footage rescue teams just released videotape of the discovery of twelve missing kids in their soccer coach and in northern thailand cave the bbc's howard johnson labyrinth of caves and caverns and tunnels flooded teams from around the world from thailand from the uk from australia from america all helping to try and find these boys they struggled with the conditions it was raining heavily the water with murky it was at times very difficult to find their way through these taverns because the the water was so muddy when it gets really hot many in brooklyn new york had right to the pool and is going to be so hot today i wanna be all day in the pool yesterday we came here on the line finished all the way over there this time we came earlier to get a spot in the swim an estimated fifty million americans are under excessive heat warnings at the close on wall street today the dow was.
Roseanne Barr Says She's Been Offered 'So Many' Projects Since Being Fired From 'Roseanne' Reboot
"Three eighteen sunshine eighty one in boston good monday afternoon i'm jeff brown our top stories in the wbz newsroom had enough of the heat whether you like it or not there's more on the way in fact a heat advisory remains in effect until eight o'clock tonight temperatures for the rest of this week will remain around ninety degrees or above the middle of summer after all state police are investigating the discovery of a dead body in the charles river this morning founds near the longfellow bridge by people on a duck boat tour at a medical marijuana dispensary in leicester the first to sell recreational pot the cannabis control commission unanimously voting to grant a license to the retail shop called cultivate federal investigators stop a fourth of july terror attack in cleveland in its tracks abc's ryan burrow with detail announcing the arrest of dimitrius pits us citizen fbi special agent in charge steven anthony says pits expressed allegiance to al qaeda and shared plans with an undercover informant to kill us military personnel telling the informant sunday the fourth of july independence day what would what would hit them in the four blow blow up the fourth of july parade anthony says pitts was radicalized in the us investigators aren't sure if he had the capability to carry out such an attack ryan burrow abc news officials say there is no evidence that a mass stabbing at a children's birthday party this weekend in idaho is a hate crime timmy kenner now headed to court today facing charges stemming from that attack outside a boise apartment building which sent nine people including six kids and the birthday girl to the hospital many refugee families live in that apartment complex in fact kenner had been staying there as well until friday when he was asked to leave after exhibiting erotic behavior movie mogul harvey weinstein is facing more charges today he has been accused of a forcible sex act by a third woman the allegations go back to two thousand six cbs legal analyst thing rosenbaum says the case is getting more serious attorney cyrus vance is not not only adding new charges to a new indictment he's calling out to all of weinstein's alleged victims asking them to come forward and become part of his broad prosecution with such horrendous media coverage and charges mounting weinstein can only hope for his day in court to begin as soon as possible weinstein is now facing a total of six charges all of them felonies new hampshire police say they tried to pull a driver over this morning for speeding but the man behind the wheel didn't want anyone making him late officials and wolf borough say jesse pero sped and tried to get away he hid in a parking lot but police eventually caught up with a mature time later he's now charged with disobeying a police officer and speeding wbz news time three twentyone mixed day on wall street as we begin the third quarter in the markets the dow is off about fifty points nasdaq is having a decent day up twenty five and the sp is treading water today there's new interview with roseanne barr she says her tv career is not over abc's linsey davis with more interview roseanne hints that her comeback to television actually may not be too far away she says she feels very excited because she's already received many opportunities to get back on tv she says she's close to signing a new deal i think we haven't heard the last summer roseanne bar's recent comeback show was cancelled by abc after she posted a racist comment on twitter wbz news time three twentyone comfortable eighty two degrees in boston today bright sunshine a little bit warmer inland is hot humid pattern is going to continue right through the fourth of july and then some will run it down for you check traffic and weather together every ten minutes next up in just a minute a songwriter's hall of fame has a new chairman musician producer composer niles rogers unanimously elected by board members rodgers will serve a three year term he follows cochairs kenneth gamble and leon huff rogers says he will serve from the heart songwriters hall of fame honors songwriters makes the public where of their achievements rogers is the co founder of the band cheek some of their hits were la freak and good time if you live on the law has some massachusetts.
Harvey Weinstein could face life in prison following latest sex-crime charges
"Emergency still in effect cooling centers and pools are open for those who need to escape the heat and in other news we're following today state police looking into a body found this morning in the charles river at discovery was made by people on a boston duck boat tour meantime movie mogul harvey weinstein now facing new charges abc's aaron katersky has more from new york weinstein is now charged with sexually assaulting a third woman her identity was not disclosed but prosecutors said the alleged attack happened in two thousand six weinstein was previously charged with forcing a woman to perform oral sex and with raping another the new charge of predatory sexual assault enhances the maximum sentence weinstein faces now ten years to life in prison minds t now facing six charges in all all of them are felonies a teen fugitive wanted in connection with the massachusetts murder has been arrested in the hudson valley hudson valley of new york state police picked up sixteen year old nathaniel pagan on eighty four over the weekend when they stopped his vehicle the alleged murder took place in lynn back on june twenty third it was raining county court and he's in the county jail pending extradition proceedings man under arrest for plotting a terror attack on july fourth in cleveland as greg sabir reports the suspect is an ben under the fbi's radar since last year cleveland fbi agent in charge steven anthony says dimitrius nathaniel pits also known as abdurahim referee has been arrested alleging he planned terrorist attacks in cleveland during fourth of july celebrations intentions this are specified complaint include topics such as hatred for the military to chop off heads enhance rake sabre for cbs news cleveland and it's a birth of the planetary kind astronomers say they've captured the first confirmed image of a planet being formed using the european southern observatory's very large telescope in chile yes that's its name they saw planet appears a bright spot in the dust swirling around a young star now experts say hints of baby planets have been detected before but they weren't sure whether those observations were just features.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WWL
"Dimitrius nathaniel pits since 2017 pits was arrested in cleveland charged with planning july fourth terrorist attacks in cleveland and philadelphia says fbi cleveland agent in charge steven anthony it's again expressed his allegiance to all cater to participate in a terror attack on july four in cleveland ohio brake sabre for cbs news cleveland it's july in new orleans and we expect the big heat but what about in the dakotas cbs news update stepping outside takes your breath away from the mid to the mid atlantic in chicago sounds like you were sitting in asana excessive heat warnings are posted again today with temperatures in many states approaching the triple digits meteorologist patrick burke has advice from the national weather service heatwave is dot its most intense along the east coast through monday and so people really need to take a lot of precaution drink a lot of water and try to avoid being outdoors in the hottest part of the day don't do strenuous activities outdoors if they can be avoided or kind of move those things to the early morning lady if you can't wcbs radios craig allen says it'll be hot in the new york city area right through the holiday week wednesday the fourth still near ninety thursday still near ninety friday eighty five to ninety today's humidity is expected to nudge the heat index up in places like new york boston chicago in saint louis to make it feel as hot as one hundred five cbs news update i'm deborah rodriguez president trump says he will name his supreme court nominee one week from today cbs news correspondent it nancy cardis on capitol hill cbs news has learned that dc circuit court judge brett cavanaugh and chicago circuit court judge amy coney barrett are currently the leading contenders for an appointment to the high court but the president has also mentioned that he's going to consider more than just a handful of potential nominees we know that he discussed the vacancy with white house counsel don mcgann over the weekend and president trump has said the interview process with the top candidates will begin in earnest today in other news kenner mayor benzon says he has a plan for the late town area out by lake pontchartrain and wells jim hanso reports it consists of retail restaurants possibly condos even a large stage for entertainment think destin commons in florida and perkins road in baton rouge mayor has been in talks with the developer and they're awaiting their recommendation bottomline according to john kennedy's to be that destination city not hurting our friends and do all ones but bringing that in to kenner kendrick destination for people you to puncturing saturday you have hotel they already baby hotels for the future he believes that the next month and a half the atlantis corporation will get back with their recommended plans for development he says they'd like to get started soon after it by twenty twenty he's hoping kenner residents will see a big difference the new state sales tax going from five percent to four point four five can you even notice the difference wwl tv's katie steiner looked into it going.
"dimitrius" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"To announce arrest of dimitrius nathaniel pits also known as of door regime this has been charged in a federal complaint with attempting to provide material support to a foreign terrorist organization hates was pits was placed into custody yesterday sunday july first at approximately ten am by joint terrorism task force agents and task force officers suspect has been charged with attempted material support of a foreign terrorist organization andres manuel lopez oberdorf a selfdescribed socialist revolutionary was overwhelmingly elected president of mexico in national elections sunday president trump was among the first to congratulate the president elect who is universally referred to in mexico as oslo he reached out to undermine or lopez overdose on twitter saying he looks forward to working with him he added there is much to be done we'll we'll benefit both united states and mexico lopez over door ran on the position that he would demand respect from president trump his win is a leftist candidate marks a huge change from mexico because the country has been ruled by the same political parties for almost the last century well president trump is expanding is short list for his nominee to replace justice kennedy on the high court one week from two day we will have our nominee but according to one of the key votes in the senate that list is growing susan collins the moderate republican from maine who says she has already ruled out some of the candidates on the list of twenty five released by the white house in november collins did not say which ones but it's clear her decision will likely come down to abortion rights but it's not just as party president trump has to worry about in a confirmation fight president trump went on to say he expects his next supreme court pick to quote go very quickly and that he's unlikely to ask his nominees position on roe v wade he says abortion rights could very well end up being determined on a state by state basis after the new supreme court justice is seated president trump's longtime personal lawyer is hinting he may cooperate with special counsel robert mueller's russia investigation in his first interview since it was revealed he was under investigation for potential campaign finance violations michael cohen told abc news that family and the country not president trump is first loyalty cohen would not say whether trump asked him to make a one hundred thirty thousand dollar hush money payment to porn star stormy daniels a sixty one year old man is hospitalized with multiple injuries after he tried to run across babcock road near he'd ner away from crosswalk last night he was hit by an suv he is the second person to try to beat the traffic in that stretch of babcock in a week those who evacuated hurricane maria last year in puerto rico are being allowed to stay in temporary housing in the us for now a federal judge in massachusetts is blocking the evictions of almost two thousand puerto rican citizens who've been staying in hotels across the united states ever since hurricane maria hit the us commonwealth months ago federal government vouchers were about to expire over the weekend before the judge intervened giving those folks a few more days to stay put fema is not allowed to end the transitional sheltering assistance program which pays for.
"dimitrius" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show
"Live from the headquarters of ramsey solutions it's the dave ramsey show what that is dumb cash is king and the paid off home mortgage has taken the place the w as the status of choice i am dave ramsey your host this is your show america thank you for joining us open phones triple eight eight to five five two two five that's triple eight eight to five five two two five dimitrius starts off this hour in maryland hi dimitrius our you hey dave how you doing better than i deserve sir how can i help so i just got turned onto video probably like two weeks ago so i apologize if you've already answered this question nobles i o fourteen thousand all my vehicle right now it's thirteen chevy models and i'm about six thousand dollars upside down in okay so i have six thousand equity issue is i have about eighty thousand i'm coming up on eight thousand miles on my vehicle which is the only reason i even thought about getting out of it mhm before i looked up videos my issue is i jog about sixty to one hundred dollars every day for my job monday through saturday sometimes on sunday if i if i ended up getting shift i don't know if you think i should get out of his vehicle like i know i should and then once i get out of it what should i do going from there okay what is your household income sir my wife and i both together make about fifty seven thousand in it sometimes it could be sixty 'cause my job is based off commission as well as alary.
"dimitrius" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"We tgf our co co i make it in trouble for saying this by cody garbrandt when dg fought cody could he got the worst training camp ever he was injured almost eight months he barely train i'm toys them he just fought because he just wanted to fight you know i am i think he made a mistake in our he he he almost knocked out dj antig come back and did a good job and hit him with a high taken finished it but i'm just telling you this is this is the fight to make and this is the most of whose people will buy more tj dimitrius rhodesia which got more he tj cody has more morning okay and i line i think i might agree that that might sell better um what's the ufc a company what is about the beltway 20s now about money you'll make a business decision considerable money after understand the ufc offer according to fight tj marsh you know there's something interesting when tj was going to go down to challenge dimitrius when he was about the break the record i thought it was pretty cool because cody was hurt at the time and he made a good point hey this is a historic one that a former champion go down there and it didn't happen then when the fights played out the way they did with some injuries i thought well i guess they could do it now um i think the it was that crazy but i got admit when when it was for the record i thought i was a little bit i agree one hundred percent if i don't know it was it was an all around guess what would you talk about something for so long doesn't dis and especially with two guys don't bring numbers the you abc's about the numbers ari manuel dino whiten on these guys meat they don't talk about oh i leg this guy like this guy to talk about who's going to bring me more money until here dealers shot verse cody garbrandt.
"dimitrius" Discussed on WGN Radio
"A perl mortgage just search t r a f f i x chicago pd power dramatic in wgn traffic central now with meteorologist dimitrius ivory start to the work we temperatures of warmed up and expect to see highs climb close to sixty before the extended forecast is done tonight will see mostly clear conditions the overnight low down to thirty three allied breeze out of the south southwest between five and ten miles per hour and for tomorrow expect the high temperature of 57 degrees we'll be nice and mild typical highs will be about ten to fifteen agrees cooler what we drive for much of the day with a slight chance of showers developing in the afternoon and evening saturday and sunday mostly sunny skies the high temperatures reach the low to mid 40s and for monday were back to work we'll see more sunshine and high temperatures just south of sixty i'm wgn meteorologist dimitrius ivory it is forty two degrees at o'hare forty two at midway fortytwo in burbank it's forty four along chicago's lakefront with the wins coming out of the west at six miles per hour i'm mark wrong in the wgn newsroom ready to join the conversation live whenever a story changes on chicago's very own seven twenty wgn his though froth though on on baraokar why literally for ruin on seven twenty wgn seven o'clock the wgn radio theater carla marieluise wolff will be coming in are playing its overly we were talking about the men and women who were serving this count the our country today on thanksgiving and the president a talking to them and making them and there's been news coverage today of them trying to enjoy a thanksgiving meal wherever they are a station a lot of men and women come back in their snagged smooth transition when they come back from service retired.