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02:15 min | 11 months ago

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"Homicides. Here's Dwight Mitchell of LMP D, speaking with W. L K Y. Tragic situation has have to happen here over 100 times now, and it's definitely a bad thing in our city, and we just hope that the people are found the personal persons that may be responsible for this. Jeff Milby, NewsRadio, 8 40 W. H. A S. And, as Dwight Mitchell told us in that story, the homicide count is over. 100. It's at 105. To be exact. The non fatal shooting count is somewhere north of 320. President Biden today focusing on action to reduce gun crimes. He'll have a sit down with Attorney General Mary Garland and local leaders, including law enforcement, elected officials and community violence intervention expert ABC is Karen Travers looks at the agenda. The White House says that today's meeting President Biden will discuss his crime reduction strategy, which includes allowing cities and states to ship Covid 19 relief funding to efforts to improve public safety. The president will also highlight his support and partnership with local leaders to work to reduce gun crimes in their communities and discuss the federal government's efforts to stop the flow of guns used in crimes. One of the local leaders invited to attend the White House session. Eric Adams, who just won the Democratic primary in the race, to be Come. The next mayor of New York City. Adams currently serves as the Brooklyn borough president, Karen Travers, ABC NEWS Washington and the US general leading the war in Afghanistan now stepping down and what's being viewed as a symbolic end to America's longest war. ABC is in this delicate terror with more from the foreign desk, U. S officials saying Austin Miller, the U. S general leading the war in Afghanistan is relinquishing command. Miller will become America's last four star general on the ground in Afghanistan. America's military mission in Afghanistan. And will formally end on August 31st even as the Taliban are gaining momentum in the region in as delicate terra ABC News at the Foreign desk. Your next news update is at 10 30. I'm well. Clark News Radio 8 40 w H A s Now your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword love to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation text and invoke standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest that's love.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Crash on the starter. Freeway South bound up around I 71 our next report in 15 minutes on Bobby Ellis News radio 8 40 W H A s E Thanks for the UPDATED forecast. I'm Wook. Why Chief Meteorologist Jay Cardosi, moving through this Thursday night will pick up a chance for a few widely scattered showers and rumbles of thunder. Better chances late in the evening, especially through the overnight Temperatures will bottom out around 69. It won't rain the entire time tomorrow, but we will have occasional showers and a few storms moving across the region. Otherwise mostly cloudy 76 much cooler. Cloudy skies on Saturday, a little bit of drizzle in the morning. Upper fifties for highs. That's your forecast. I'm Wook. Why? Chief meteorologist Jay Cardosi, Kentucky, and it's breaking news. Weather and traffic station use radio. Wait 40 w H A s Louisville and I Heart radio station. Good evening. I'm Suzanne Duval News Radio. 8 40. Wh A Yes. Deadly afternoon in the Metro with two people fatally shot within 15 minutes just miles apart. The first was reported around 12 45 on Montana Avenue in the Taylor Bury neighborhood. Police say a man was shot and died. The hospital. No arrests have been made, and police are asking for tips. The second shooting was just after one p.m. in the 1600 block of South 11th Street in the Algonquin neighborhood. L A P D, say both a man and woman were shot. The man died from his injuries. The woman was found blocks away with gunshot wounds and was taken to a nearby hospital. LAPD spokesman Dwight Mitchell telling reporters with all this going on, takes a very busy at this point processing two scenes and We're looking for any information you can give that brings justice to the big man in their families. He said. One arrest was made in the second incident. Police are investigating after dead body was discovered at a recycling plant this morning, Officers called to the West Rock recycling plant on Industrial Boulevard discovered a woman's body. The L. A P.

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02:17 min | 1 year ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Dot Gove. Suzanne Duval News radio 8 40. Wh A Yes. Today on Capitol Hill, its former president Trump's turn, His lawyers will begin their defense and his second impeachment trial today, A B C's Andy Field with a preview many Republican senators had decided former President Trump should be acquitted before Democrats presented their impeachment case. Republican Senator Bill Cassidy did not. You don't make a decision as a juror until you hear both sides, period end of story. Democrats need 17 Republicans and every Democrat to convict Donald Trump, mostly Publicans already voted to say the entire Tri, Eliza unconstitutional. Andy Field, ABC NEWS Washington Your next news update. Is it 7 30? I'm Will Clark news radio A 40 wh s now your chance to win $1000 text the nationwide keyword dollar to 202 100. You'll get a confirmation, text and info standard data and Mrs Rates apply in this nationwide contest. That's dollar to 202 100. Your next chance to win is this morning after the eight o'clock news on use radio Wait, 40 w h A s could be talking to Dwight Mitchell from the Louisville Metro Police department coming up here in about five minutes. Good morning. I'm Tony Cruz. One with Will Clark and Scott Fitzgerald. Together. We make up Kentucky and his news and then sometimes Oh, yeah, By the way, correction to the sports report there. Thanks to Billy for pointing this out. I'm telling you, man. The schedule changes somebody. My problem is I go to bed too early. And then sometimes you miss him. Although this one I'm talking about blew right past this one night, a tribute my A D. D to it. Will he brought this to my attention at the University of Louisville, opening up their self all season at Number eight Alabama today. Not in the Palmetto State in South Carolina, but this is not covert related. Mind you. This is just because persistent rains in South Carolina said they just couldn't get the game. And so the cards are now going to eighth ranked Alabama. Thank you, really, for bringing that to my attention. Not a problem. It's what he does, and we'll straighten audience. Usually. Usually I'm getting either an email or Harry or text from Willie our email from Callen right back over Belem in telling me the schedule has changed because you just crazy. Sometimes they change it. Western two Westerns had to adjust on the fly with some of their sports,.

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"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

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04:03 min | 1 year ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Things. You would think that the government was aware of what he was doing, considering he's using their space center. Yeah, because I watch I watch NASA did a big old interview with him right there from that legendary mission control building with all the glass. I mean, you know what? Here's what's interesting. Is expensive as it is for him to do this. He's still doing it way cheaper than the federal government. What would do it one of the things because he has these reusable space ships, except when they blow up on whether trying to land while you have the kind of guy that's probably using issue but one of the things because he has he's reasonable spaceships. It's saving. 40% on the production costs of spaceships just right there. So he is saving Americans a lot of money. If we're gonna continue this investment in, you know, with space and everything Well, after watching the diet, this several documentaries surrounding the Apollo and getting it and understood that this happens when you get a new program like that, you do something you've never done. The cost to the U. S government during the Apollo missions was crazy. Ridiculous. I mean the amount of money we just hemorrhaged into that thing, But it was worth it was worth it. I'm not saying that but to your point, Yeah, This is why I love capitalism and private industry. What's also interesting if you watch it, and I know it's a Yeah, it's Disney Channel and everything else. But if you watch the show that they have their the first astronauts, the right stuff, Uh I mean, they were just these guys, right? You're going to Disney Plus D. C plus channel. It probably sounds cartoonish. OK? Disney, Plus? Yeah, so anyway, the right step. Thank you. Really? You're just so helpful, All right, but But, you know, apparently, I mean, these guys, you know, we're all renegades back in the day. So all the protocols that They didn't have we now have And so it makes things go slower and the even more minutia, etcetera, etcetera it now it's a good thing because you know there's crashes and everything else these guys some of these guys had. You're not going to keep you on must down dude. I mean, he's got. He's got a creative drive that I envy so much that he just he goes for broke. And and I totally respect him in a lot of ways. Look, if you're going to take a look at Elon Musk You're gonna have to go Look at Richard Branson because that guy's launching rockets off the bottom of a 7 40 0. My God, did you see now because it was much thought about that he was going to be He was going broke. He was losing money. And now the new reports throughout that he's like this influx of cash. He's doing extremely well right now. Yeah. What did you I've felt the same way. You just gotta you not read the same articles because I'm like when this guy going broke three weeks ago, Right? Right. And what's interesting if you go back and watch What's that show undercover boss. Get in the game. Shock ist well, you you go back and watch undercover boss and watch Richard Branson watch the way he operates it Z just extremely Was an undercover boss had to go back. There was a documentary I saw in Branson and I just remember just being because these people like like Ellen must just really piqued my interest and I just want to get inside their heads. And you look at Branson and through his ups and downs and the struggles he's endured. Overcome that. It's no doubt that he's back in the cash and back in the money because that's who Branson is. I just love those people. I think they're great. I mean, they are the you know the great viewers of the future of today. They're kind of like You know the name? You know any of you in the end of the people like Uh, Microsoft the Bill gates. You know what he what he could see, you know what I mean? You know, even even Jeff Bezos and man if you're making if you're making a ton of money hand over fist because of something you created something you had a vision for you are a okay in my book, and chances are I'm probably gonna delve into a little bit about what you're doing. It is 6 40 He Scott this year along with Will Clark. Tony Christian News Radio. 8 $40 h A s still coming up really has some more headlines for you coming up. Of course, In the top of the hour, we'll be talking to Dwight Mitchell..

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03:48 min | 1 year ago

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"Wait. 40 w wait. J s had a really tough week last week and into the weekend with violence in our city. Haven't have Dwight Mitchell l A P D spokesperson joining us And why do we have some good leads on some of these, But I don't believe one man unforced to just killed his parents. But do we have some other good leads on some of those crime that we saw? For the weekend. Well, first of all. Good morning, Tony. Good morning. Sorry about that. Got the Russians with the gloom and doom. When you talk to me, brothers, I gotta get a little bit of joy. And I appreciate that Detectives are working, diligent in the cases that we do have you know one of the things Tony that that I want to employment, and I will say over and over again. We have about 700,000 pairs of eyes here in the local metropolitan area, and everybody seems something Sometimes you just never know better will suffer. You might have might help us and you can certainly always use our anonymous tip line to help us with that. Yes, I am important media. I'm not shying away from that help us because it's helping us. Take Duke by getting that information getting these individuals that are responsible for these crimes and let them obviously get the justice that they need to get in terms of punishment if it deems that in those type of situations. One of the things that we have in a large problem with though, and we have for sometimes is the theft of vehicles and From vehicles and particularly in the East end of global as well lot of cars of stolen and are either islands and cars are stolen and the user they're just crimes of opportunity. What people have left the doors unlocked because very few of them was where we have glass breakage or anything like that. In those, it's just the fact that people leave those just forget it. Some people just not aware they're doing these things and they haven't the car stolen and items stolen Problemas well, sometimes going sometimes computers and all these other things, sometimes Kees other vehicles from the home that they have in the vehicle that we run a lot. So it's called Ah big loss for some of our citizens and obviously the crimes of opportunity for people looking to do that. So we just asking people just kind of a public service announcement. Task are Good people here blew over the lock your doors under people looking to do those things on to take from you. So every little step you take extra protect yourself. Does that And it's policing in your way as well. Yeah, indeed. I mean, it's a great reminder and make sure you probably need to take in your, um if you have Ah, loose garage door opener. Maybe take that back inside with you. And if you've had your car set up, you know where you could do that automatically new car you might want. Oh, that's a great feature, but not always. It's some cases. You know, Technology's not always great, but certainly we need to use the one technology having that's our brains and our hands that we have for free, so that and I think it would help us along the way. I gotta move longer, but it just pick your brain about that. We've got the Mazzoli Federal building genes. Tighter federal building downtown. There is talk that there could be armed protesters at these buildings. Where's Ellen PD on the situation. Obviously l A P D is always standing ready and prepared to handle any life skill, Um, crowds that we may have in any location in Louisville. At this point. We're not aware of any that are playing havoc. We know these things can pop up in. Certainly the men and women who protect our city on a daily basis will be ready. Appreciate your time is always thank you have a great weekend. Look for tell you do two seconds. All right, Do I thank you. God bless you. All right, Mitchell here with Ellen PD on Kentucky has won this get your break. Scotty, have sports coming up. We got a big.

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05:06 min | 1 year ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"On your car that lowers your rates. My wife doesn't care because it lowers that significantly lowers the premium right? Well, Iet's it's like what they do with smokers. They could tell you, you could keep smoking, but you'll pay this race or you could stop and pay this rate. It's your choice. You've got seven days figure it out. The reason I'm bringing this out or up is because a lot of people during this time of year for reasons of gifting, we'll get a Fitbit like last year. That's what I got. I gotta fit bed and then You get you got apple watches. Well, you know, Amazon has this, um, $65 Halo band that you have to right now be invited to do this. Whatever that means. Oh, it's a beta test them here in The Washington Post did a little research on it and a couple of the Washington Post reporters And they say that this heart health tracking bracelet has a microphone and after tells you everything that's wrong with you. In fact, it could tell you how much your body has too much fat. It shows a three d rendering of your near naked body. You have to use a photo of yourself in your skivvies to do that, so I could do that. When you look at that you are. I could do that every day without the shower. Watch to tell me that I just got to share it with 50. My told Get some fat. Well, here's what? I just saved a bunch of money. Where would be the perfect candidate for this? Because it even, uh, measures your tone of voice. If you're being overbearing or irritated Also now I'm going to device that's judgmental to me, because I don't have enough of that model Tacular. So now, So now Amazon's going to sell me something that's telling me I'm a judgmental fat terrific, judgmental anyway, you know, because I don't have enough people emailing me at the station telling me you're wrong. You're wrong. You're wrong. Or your wife. I need a device to tell me that no one like didn't even bother anymore. She just did. Tonto were beyond that stage in our lives. Anyway, it's the halo pushes into uncharted territory by also collecting new, unabashedly invasive kind of personal information, including body photos and voice recordings that in feeding it into Amazon software for analysis, So just just so you know what's interesting about this. The Washington Post is owned by WHO? Amazon's Jeff basis, and so they're doing a critique of the duty. Who owns the newspaper, a zwelling here, so it's kind of what I mean. Made journalistic perspective. It's nice to see that they don't have a ownership censoring issue where they can write something about Critiquing one way or another about the product owned by management. I hope it had a disclaimer on there. That the Washington Post is a is a subsidiary of Jeff Bezos and everything else he owns in the world. Yeah. So a lot of people like do you have Alexa? I have Alexis. My kids, You might well my daughter uses the Google. It drives me crazy because you know, I say the Google because it's like a Google pod that sits on it. And it drives me crazy because my daughter is sit there and go. Hey, Google, how many cups were in a body out of this? And I said I'm still not on I come from the old school. Look it up. Because I like to exercise my brain and I think your brain is like a muscle and the more you use it now, maybe you use it in that sense because Google's giving you information but everything in like she'll get ready. Take dog for a walk. Go. Hey, Google. What's temperature outside? Just look it up in your phone. Just go outside. Okay, That's exactly right. That's what we did in the eighties and for most of the nineties, if we went outside and it was raining, we didn't have AH, after Look at the radar. We just want her right now. Don't get me wrong. Look, I love technology. I really do because I can sit there and I could watch Bellman's game and then watch the Michigan hockey game at the same time on my phone. I love that don't get me wrong, But there's something's wrong. Just kind of like there's a little bit of common sense applies here. Well, The other thing is you have a gift like bad and is telling you, you know you've got a bad attitude or, you know you're you're talking very currently to your Children or something of that nature, And it's almost like particularly this pandemic. Probably not a healthy thing for a lot of people. Be well, You know what? I'm gonna end it because it's gonna end up giving you recommendations on Amazon for purchases based on your mood and wait on now. I'm gonna I'm gonna log in the Amazon. You know, this product is recommended to you because you're angry, infinite. You never tried. Kale juice. Really? Did you ever watch the gapping? And did I set out on Kale? Yes, He's right there with you. And now they're now the new thing on social media is to make fun of people who like air friars. It's a zoo, just saying there's nothing wrong with their Friar Day feeling a little targeted here. I think he is. Don't Scotty. Whatever you do, don't get the halo right. You'll feel very judged right. It's a 20 away from seven news radio 8 40 WHS next hour. I'll be talking to Dwight Mitchell from the Little Metro Police.

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04:13 min | 1 year ago

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"16 Dwight Mitchell joins us from the local Metro Police department. Dwight Good morning to you hope things well. All things will. Tony is a good day, and I'm living to see it. So it's It's a good day. I'm glad that that you're I wanted to ask you a question before we get into some pretty important information regarding holiday shopping right now, and that is last night, the Metro Council voted to approve The civilian review board ordinates for Ellen PD. Anything of thoughts right off the top here that you have about this Well, obviously, you know, there have been more forceful response reformed sweeping the country, and certainly we're not immune to that cheap. Gentry has stated kind of that Pappas is she was on board of any oversight that would help our department do that. That's what we are today. A zoo Greathouse Kellenberger, once you say well, Collision course with the greatness and no move variables time So we'll sing in time had on works and we hope that it works for us and hope it works for the century above Louisville. Is there any concern from what I read that there is not any kind of policing participation? Anyone from Ella either l a p d or any other departments. That people with experience in policing here? That's kind of the red flag that I kind of saw there, do you? Do you have any thoughts about that? Well, there's always concerned when you don't have somebody appears the people who actually know the work that you do. But at this day since it has passed, hopefully that was a look at it evaluated. It's working fine. If not, then we'll make those adjustments along the line. I would hope that wouldn't be. But right now, that's what we are today, and that's what we live with The Here's what I'm proud of. I know that the men and women a little neck of please, I want to be as transparent as possible. This is another step in that way. Uh, this is my men women right here and serve the community every day and do a fine job. So it really doesn't matter who's really judge them because they're doing the right thing overall, and, uh and I believe most of this Henry believes that it's well. Appreciate your talking to us today. Let's talk a little bit about some things You want people to know. With holiday shopping. People are still permitted in are going to be going to a different shops. What do you want? Folks knows that gets set for this. You know these events coming up? Welcome. Here is a safe for many years of being a spokesperson of l A, P D. And the last 20 years, the fact that, uh, you know a lot of times during the holiday shopping season. These crimes of opportunity for, uh Individual some individuals in our cities and take this opportunity to do bad things and a lot of times. It's attacking shoppers and everything like that in the parking lots of many about malls and strip malls that we have throughout our city. What I'm asking a citizens to do is just be vigilant is I know most of you are all the time. This make sure you check us around in the good thing about a lot of retailers. They've already started a lot back Black Friday sales. So some of the traffic maybe then and obviously, with the pandemic that would be the case of the bigger thing is, I know a lot of people. Things delivered to their homes. And you know, obviously, packages could be stolen off your port wherever they are in your property. So You know you can't have him delivered to an address where you know someone's gonna be home are in the security place. I believe of most of the, um Areas. Ah, woman to put it in a secure place. If you tell him where that is, Victor packed. This might not be stolen. But again, you know, we have 700 over 700,000 pairs of eyes in the city. And if you see something are here, something that's wrong. Certainly give us a call during this time, but working pairs go shopping with and I call it the buddy system and don't leave packages and playing view those things that are obviously gonna be attracted again. These are crimes of opportunity in most cases and lock your door. Was just do all the things that I did to try to do on a daily basis. Just don't forget about him because it's the holidays Name into that. Thank you, Dwight. Having wonderful Thanksgiving appreciate your time. Thanksgiving next week here and the course do I won't be able to be with us next week?.

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The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

10:15 min | 2 years ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on The Joys Of Binge Reading: The Best in Mystery, Romance and Historicals

"And guys that knew about painting cars and low riders and Hark the rider and there was a good low rider culture from my background and I drew that into the thing and so people I know and I know the city really well San Francisco. I've lived there And it's it's great to sort of rediscover it as a writer and walked on its streets See The people go to cafes? Listen to the music and put that into a book. Yeah Yeah in a recent blog post you. You hit that writing might be even in your jeans because you've got writers in your immediate family going back to grandfather haven't you and you told a tale online about your mother reporting on a meeting with Raymond. Chanda one of the great names of my fiction so I wonder if you could tell us about that. Colorful background well. My mother's father. My grandfather who are named after his name was Dwight Mitchell Wiley and he was a short story writer back in the thirties and forties. He wrote for the Saturday evening. Post and McCall's and periodical is like that his stories has genre was light romantic. Humorous pieces And he was good at it. I mean they're just great stories for the time One day the call from Hollywood came in and he was hired to write a screenplay and he became part of the paramount scribes among them. Also was Raymond Chandler the great detective writer Philip Marlowe Creator and they would hang around and together and by another tells the story of them in their bungalow waking up in the morning and there was Raymond Chandler sleep on the couch still wearing white gloves. He he he likes to wear when he played poker in drink. Gin and it was just fabulous story and that always stuck with me about this romantic idea of the writers living in in Hollywood and writing screenplays in writing for magazines or writing novels no doubt it had an influence on me and whether I inherited the talent for my grandfather or not I don't know but It makes for good memories. That's for sure she'll hit you any ambitions yourself Scrape blades of swift sometime. I'm pretty comfortable writing novels. I'm very comfortable writing. Short Stories and magazine Pieces I've never written a screenplay I wouldn't say no to it but I've got my hands full right now working with Nick Drake and his group up in Harney County and That's pretty busy obtaining to your white career if they won that you've done this more than in the other that same was the secret of your success is probably people listening. Who had gone admissions to write? What would you advise them to? This was a hard lesson for me. to learn Benchley did learn it. I think it came a little late my life but is to get out of your own way. It's too easy to tell yourself that you shouldn't do it. You can't do it. Don't do it if you've got the drive to right. You just have to write and you have to trust yourself. You have to believe in yourself and do it. Get Out of your own way to do it. The other thing is you can't write alone. There's always this image of the writer in the Garrett all by themselves writing away while part of that's true you do have to churn out the words you do have to create it. You're a better writer if you involve other people in a. I'm very fortunate to have found other writers and other readers who wanted to be part of what I call my. Rt. My advanced reader copy team. And when I finished a manuscript I send it to them. Call Them Beta readers. Whatever you WANNA call them and they read it and they get back to me with comments feedback It's terrifically helpful. I couldn't do it without them. The point of things. Where the you know in factually inaccurate or the story bogged or of course there are also encouraging which we all love to hear. And that's very important too so I think just just do it. Just get out of your own way right if you love to right right every day to doesn't matter what you're writing just right and get it on paper get it on. Your computer screen dictated however works best do it as fantastic turning to dwight as raider because this is called the joys of binge reading and it's predicated on exactly the sort of readers you have the ones who are fairly veracious liked to read series that want to hear about an export. You have been traded. Why you've been reading yourself. And who do you bench raid? Who would you recommend to others as good people to look at? It's funny because when I'm writing what I'm writing now in writing crime fiction. I don't read the stuff that I'm writing about or I love to read that I always used to read now. I'm reading one of writing fiction or writing crime fiction I read nonfiction hurried histories and I read literature. I don't read other crime rollers and I guess that's part of it because I want to hear my own voice. I wanted to hear it in my head but back in the day. Yeah I love to read the same writer and other works at want. You know one after another like what people are doing now on a Netflix series. Or something like that because I think there was a link from each book they did. You know whether it was a Robert B Parker whether it was a Raymond Chandler or Carl Hiaasen or Dashiell Hammett I can remember as a young person. my mother was a voracious reader for father was a writer and she really turned me on to crime fiction. I remember the time she gave me. You know the first John D. McDonald book. I ever read on Travis McGee series you know on. I had to read them all. I mean I just sat there at the detriment of my. You know education no doubt because I'd read all night long and I just read one after another couldn't get enough of them and so I love to binge read like that And I still do it. I mean it's But Not WanNa writing so right now. I'm reading the over story reading the over story an alibi. Richard cars big great sweeping in a book won. The Pulitzer was a new runner. Up on the man booker and something that takes me a little bit away from what? I'm doing. Sure sure circling back a look alike with your writing career. Is there one? And you've John More than any other that say as the secret to your success. I think discovering a good character in fiction once you find one and once they're speaking to you and once you're speaking to them. I know that may sound a little crazy. That's the secret you have to find that person. There's a little bit of you in them. There's a little bit of other people you know in them but you become very comfortable with them and you nurture them along As they grow as the stories developed. And you're true to them. That's not to say that you can't change some of the stuff they do or have them make mistakes because they have to be real. They have to be believable. People have to have to trust them and for readers to trust a character. The writer has to trust them. I believe in them and take them places that carry the readers along with them in their development as they pursue the story whether it's a crime story where you're trying to solve a mystery or a story about self discovery a story about discovery of another culture and other people a land The readers right there with you there with you because you're there with the character that you're created show etiquette with next to that A lot of young man coming back from Afghanistan and other wars now who would be experienced a very similar things to what you character nick experiences so although at station the six days at still utterly relevant today isn't it it really is. I mean you see it in the sheer volume that the most horrific thing that's happening right now is the high suicide rate among Men and women in service especially men and women who've served in combat situation it's horrifying what's happening here happily figure out the cause of this. And what can we do to help people in Vietnam that was certainly true? The Vietnam vets had a really rough transition Right now A friend of mine is doing work in prisons in California He's creating a book a told by long-serving Vietnam veteran prisoners as a guide to incoming prisoners. Inmates were coming into prison. How to survive in prison and their audience is people that have served in Iraq Afghanistan. They've suffered from PTSD They got involved in drugs. They got involved in crime. They've been sent to California prisons. This distant California. I'm sure it's nationwide. And and there are mentors are veterans from Vietnam that have been there for decades. What's happening here We need to figure this out and and help the people. So there is a corollary between the Vietnam war and Iraq.

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02:41 min | 2 years ago

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"Investigating a Monday night homicide in the city's east end will Clark reports Ellen PT officers arrived in the one hundred block of charter oaks Dr not far from the Kentucky truck plant to find a man who had been shot multiple times he was pronounced dead at the scene L. A. M. P. D.'s Dwight Mitchell SL says Caroline in the court yard area we have a large section called cordoned off it's a pretty large sing that we do have here and go at this point to find the person or persons responsible for this as of now Mitchell says those involved are still at large will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS and the victim has been identified as twenty two year old Michael Christian of Louisville the house Judiciary Committee today hearing testimony from former trump aid Corey the. Taos ski president trump has blocked former staffer rob Porter and former deputy chief of staff Rick Dearborn from testifying to this committee about events related to former special counsel Robert Muller is investigation all three had been subpoenaed here's committee chairman Jerry Nadler during his opening remarks warehouses obstruction of Congress ranges across nearly every committee virtually every investigation of the administration weather related to children in cages our security clearances or their value to defend the country from I'm going attacks by a foreign adversary the White House is trying to limit Lewandowski is testimony by citing executive privilege Lewandowski has never worked in the trump administration but remains an outside adviser to the president at the US justice department is suing former CIA employee Edward Snowden for not getting his book cleared with the agency before publishing it it is unlikely the U. S. will ever bring Edward Snowden to trial while Russia continues his asylum in that country the justice department suing to recover profits from his book permanent record the government claims contains US intelligence secrets that Snowden exposed and then fled the country USS melons employment contract with the NSA and CIA required to be clear is book to make sure he didn't reveal secret information ABC's Andy field a seventh person is dead from vaping the man had a long illness related to E. cigarettes he's the second death in California the others are in Kansas Indiana Minnesota Illinois and Oregon the CDC is also investigating three hundred eighty cases across thirty six states a major brand of flowers being recalled from kitchens nationwide the impacted flower is gold medal brand unbleached all purpose flour with a use by date of September sixth of twenty twenty all other gold medal flour is said to be safe General Mills announcing the recall after re coli was found during sampling of the product ABC's Alex stone jeopardy host Alex Trebek says he must undergo another round of chemotherapy the seventy nine year old host.

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02:08 min | 2 years ago

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"To her husband Steve for fifty three years Cokie was the mother of two and grandmother of six Karen Travers ABC news Washington metro police say they have no suspects in a deadly shooting that happened outside an east end apartment building last night the scene was on charter oaks drive off chamberlain lane when officers arrived they did locate a blackmail the man shot multiple times he received fatal injuries and was pronounced dead on the scene police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says there are no suspects in that shooting a Louisville police officer was injured during a pursuit last night's will Clark has details on that during the pursuit of a stolen car and Ellen PD officer was heading north on Preston street trying to make a left turn on the hill street that's when he didn't quite make the turn and hit a concrete. support beam for a pedestrian overpass at that intersection the stolen car also hit an unmarked Ellen PT cruiser the officer involved taking university of local hospital by another officer sustaining minor injuries will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS the Pentagon is confirming that a green beret was killed in action in Afghanistan officials identified the slain officers sergeant first class Jeremy Griffin of Tennessee serving his second tour in Afghanistan a fifteen year army veteran yep Pentagon says the forty year old Griffin will be awarded the bronze star medal and the Purple Heart after he was killed by a small arms fire in Afghanistan General Motors and the United automobile workers union are holding board discussions today is a nationwide strike enters a second day GM says its latest offer to the union includes higher wages lump sum increases improve profit sharing and an eight thousand dollar ratification payment GM also reportedly proposing a new union represented electric vehicle battery plant at its now shuttered plant in Lordstown Ohio and in all electric truck facility at the closing Detroit Hamtramck plant but union member Stephanie carpenter says there's still a lot lacking you haven't touched.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"In the father of Kentucky secretary of state Alison undergoing Grimes was found guilty on all counts in a federal trial over illegal contributions he was found guilty of ten counts related to his daughter's unsuccessful run for U. S. Senate in twenty fourteen against Mitch McConnell undergoing a former state lawmaker has been a prominent figure in the state's Democratic Party for decades political consultant Dale Evans was also convicted of six charges will have more on this at for governor Matt Bevin challenges his November opponent on abortion in a new video abortion becoming a big part of the race between Bevin and Attorney General Andy but share this morning the governor laying down a challenge for Bashir the question I have for Attorney General Bashir do you stand with Planned Parenthood do you stand with the fact that they are trafficking in human body parts or will you stand with the people of Kentucky and condemn this reprehensible behavior you ought to answer the people of Kentucky a spokesman for the Bashir campaign asked if the governor has any evidence of the claims are of the run verified citing the governors on verified claim that someone kills themselves on the casino floor every day will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS a statement from bush your campaign spokesman says Matt Bevin is once again trafficking in dangerous fringe rhetoric anti bush your supports roe V. Wade which includes reasonable restrictions especially on late term of procedures an LAPD officer is injured in a crash that happened during a police chase in the east in. a police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says it started after a person was robbed at gunpoint around nine thirty this morning your English station road originally.

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01:36 min | 2 years ago

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"In the father of Kentucky secretary of state Alison wonder Grimes was found guilty on all counts in a federal trial over illegal contributions he was found guilty of ten counts related to his daughter's unsuccessful run for U. S. Senate in twenty fourteen against Mitch McConnell undergoing a former state lawmaker has been a prominent figure in the state's Democratic Party for decades political consultant Dale Evans was also convicted of six charges will have more on this at for governor Matt Bevin challenges his November opponent on abortion in a new video abortion becoming a big part of the race between Bevin and Attorney General Andy but share this morning the governor laying down a challenge for Bashir the question I have for Attorney General Bashir do you stand with Planned Parenthood do you stand with the fact that they are trafficking in human body parts or will you stand with the people of Kentucky and condemn this reprehensible behavior you ought to answer the people of Kentucky a spokesman for the Bashir campaign asked if the governor has any evidence of the claims are of the run verified citing the governor's unverified claim that someone kills themselves on the casino floor every day will Clark news radio eight forty WHAS a statement from bush your campaign spokesman says Matt Bevin is once again trafficking in dangerous fringe rhetoric anti bush your supports roe V. Wade which includes reasonable restrictions especially on late term of procedures an LAPD officer is injured in a crash that happened during a police chase in the east in. a police spokesman Dwight Mitchell says it started after a person was robbed at gunpoint around nine thirty this morning your English station road originally.

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02:49 min | 3 years ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Midnight Monday. When police arrived at the scene, they found a man identified as twenty year old James Mansfield in the front yard of a home. He was pronounced dead the scene. LAPD. Spokesman. Dwight Mitchell telling reporters at the scene we at this time. And I believe the shooting occurred at this location trying to find a definite. He says police were searching a nearby park. No arrests have been made. Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A S. The US conference of Catholic bishops is meeting today, under intense pressure to address their own accountability on clergy sex abuse allegation accusations, the three day meeting at Baltimore is under a cloud because the group's current president is accused of not doing enough to stop a priest in his diocese, accused of abuse. Cardinal Daniel DiNardo is the archbishop of Galveston Houston, the mass shooting at Marjory, stoneman Douglas, high school has brought another change in laws in the state where it happened. ABC's Jim Ryan implored us has paramedics responding to future incidents, like the parkland shooting will carry more than stethoscopes and bandages. Trump on Twitter this morning continues to defend his use of tariffs. The president. Florida's governor has signed into law, a measure allowing paramedics to be armed during operations considered high risk, like drug rates hostage situations and active shooter incidents. These tactical medical professionals will be defensive and reactive only says, Fort Lauderdale police, captain, Stephen greenlaw, and while the paramedics will not act as law enforcers, they would have the use of force training civil rights training and all firearms training that we currently have the law allowing for armed paramedics takes effect in Florida on July first Jim Ryan, ABC news. The pairings in game times are set for the college World Series in Omaha, the number seven national seed, Louisville. Baseball team will take the field on Sunday at two o'clock eastern time against second-seeded Vanderbilt the winner and the loser of that game. Both play on Tuesday. The US. Women's soccer team opens World Cup action today against Thailand in France. This team USA coach Jill. Ellis excitement. I think would would be the best would describe. I think where I am personally. We're our players are. I think it's, you know, I think when the tournament kicks off and you watch the games, you know, the patient for your first match grows. So I think the players are ready. Excited hungry tape. USA is the defending women's World Cup champion after champion after winning it all in twenty fifteen. They're part of group f along with Thailand Chile and Sweden, your next news update at eleven thirty. I'm Paul miles. Newsradio eight forty W. H A, S, Kentucky Anna's. Breaking news, weather, and traffic.

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02:10 min | 3 years ago

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"Boulevard, and Shelby street. The man was taken to university hospital where he died. There are no suspects. This follows shooting last night in southwest Louisville. A man in his fifties was pronounced dead at the scene. A man has been arrested. There's also been interest in Monday night, shooting of a seventeen year old and victory park. Ellen PD spokesman. Dwight Mitchell telling reporters. Tragic time in the last ten ounce tragedy in our city. Eighteen year old Brandon Procedo was charged with the murder of seventeen year old Devon swan in victory park Rossinot was being held in jail on a two million dollar bond. A juvenile is okay after an armed man kidnapped him from little Kroger. At happened Tuesday at the store on twenty seventh street and Broadway. Fifty eight-year-old Favio Chen is accused of holding a gun to the teens head and then pointing a gun to the crowd, that gathered outside a restaurant where he took the victim. The allegation is that he hid nabbed a child at gun at his arraignment this morning. Chen, pled, not guilty and told the judge the youth had been causing trouble at the restaurant, he was ordered not to have any contact with the restaurant during her weekly news conference house speaker, Nancy Pelosi said, she's not feeling pressure from House Democrats to start in a peach mint inquiry into President Trump. Will you know exactly what path where on? We know exactly, what actions we need to take. And while that may take more time than some people. Wanted to take I respect their impatience Pelosi called impeachment and indictment and said, a rock solid case must be built. I meanwhile, Republicans are aligning themselves with the president on immigration issues. Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says it's long pastime for action at the southern border. We've all heard the chaos analyzed thousand different ways. What we haven't seen any up tight on the democratic side for actually getting an outcome. The Kentucky Republican added that he's through with political posturing and call for Democrats to approve money to help out at the US Mexico border. President Trump is now in Ireland and set to hold meetings with Irish prime Minister, Leo Virata car. The president spent the morning England for some d day, commemoration events. Your next news update is at two thirty. I'm Suzanne Duval, NewsRadio eight forty. W. H A, S, Kentucky Anna's. Breaking news, weather, and traffic station..

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01:45 min | 3 years ago

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"Stories in Jefferson town, where serial robber was shot and killed by police. Police were pulling over a suspect. They believed was involved in multiple business robberies. When the man attempted to drive off LAPD spokesman. Dwight Mitchell says, that's when the suspect hit an officer and a Jefferson town officers car as a result of that shots were fired at the suspect was taking university hospital where he later. Let's pronounced dead. The little metro police public integrity, Eunice investigating the officer hit by the suspect's car is expected to be okay. Haley Hanson, NewsRadio eight forty. W H, A, S chief, Steve Conrad expected to meet with reporters later today to offer. More details on what happened. It's six two at News Radio eight forty. W. H A S the fight over the controversial finish the Kentucky Derby now moving to federal court. That's what the co owners of disqualified derby runner, maximum security have filed suit against the Kentucky horse racing commission and the three steward panel that oversaw, the race in that suit filed in federal court in Frankfurt, Gary and Mary, west allege, the racing commission denied their fourteenth amendment right to do process by not allowing appeal of the disqualification, the west are asking for the disqualification to be reversed and maximum security to be named the winner of the derby, the jonky aboard maximum security in the race. Lewis says has been suspended for fifty. Eighteen days for his ride. He says he'll appeal that ruling on a visit to Japan, Iran's foreign minister criticizing what he's calling unacceptable US sanctions against his country Dzhavadav, the reef says his country is still sticking with the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal. The JCP despite rising tensions in the Gulf..

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04:05 min | 3 years ago

"dwight mitchell" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Talk Dwight Mitchell from the local metro police department regarding the burned body found forty seconds. Today, and we've had quite a few of those in recent memory. There's I think last year we had a couple of boys that got burnt as part of a homicide or homicide. Cover-ups scraped kind of a disturbing new thing for criminals. So we'll we'll get the latest as to what's a part of that particular case in the LAPD cats still on the docket possibility here, obviously with the tax situation. Visit a dramatic video. I almost made video the day. But because no one was killed. There were use that for video the day. But to your point Willie there were apparently there was a robbery at a convenience store yesterday or the day before where the Robert tied up. The folks duct tape them up and then commenced to setting the the store employees on fire, but the storm had the wherewithal to free himself. It's actually pretty miraculous the way did it freedom self got the bring close off his hair was on fire head to put that out to Willy's point that does seem to be maybe the choice for some reason, you know, inflicting physical harm is enough. It's to have to now try to incinerate your victim, and that's problematic at best. Speaking of who's the victim. Jessie, smollet says he's innocent. He's still maintaining his innocence right now. But it was pretty indicting yesterday. When the Chicago police. Superintendent Eddie Johnson said he's not only upset with the smell. But really really question. Well, I'll let you hear what actor jussie smollet took advantage of the pain and anger of racism to promote his career. I'm left hanging. My head and asking why Johnson goes on to say he's angry with the the way smell planned the use of a noose on his neck. How could someone look at the hatred and suffering associated with that symbol and CNN opportunity to manipulate the symbol to further his own public profile? The smollet didn't think this through at all or thought it too far one or the other depending how you wanna watch TV or something may well to the. And I get this was it Nigerian or yes. The two brothers with you brothers are American. But yes. Julian connections. And he he wrote one of them a personal check for thirty five hundred dollars. It has Justice name on it. Well, they've got video of them buying the equipment that we have solved that in about five seconds. He allegedly staged his attack because he was dissatisfied with his salary. You've probably heard that. But just in case, you haven't just update you he now may lose everything FOX tries to figure out how to handle the situation. Twentieth Century, Fox television, entertainment said in a statement, we understand the seriousness of this matter, and we respect the legal process. We are evaluating the situation, and we are considering our options be while. He did go back to work after a hundred thousand dollars bond on the set of empire. When he got there. He told them I'm sorry. I've put you all through this and not answered any calls. I wanted to say I'm sorry. And you know, me I would never do this to any of you. You're my family. I swear to God. I did not do this. Wrote them a check with his name on it. Well. Maybe they did some work around the apartment. I don't know. I mean, I I know I get what you're saying. It's right now, we have circumstancial evidence. And again, one of the things that we always go back to we indict people, we saw there was a court of public opinion was innocent in the court public opinion and people to tune it out about smollet. And now the court of public opinion is like what what's the good? That's the good. That's come out of all this. There is a positive, and that is you're going to see members of the media, Robin Roberts. You'll think twice before she approaches the story like she did good Morning America. Mason everybody ABC has your back on it. Well, I mean, I'm saying personally, she can't sit there and go, okay. Because we've all been there where we've done something maybe on the air that we learn from every day..

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03:48 min | 3 years ago

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"W h s. Dwight Mitchell on with this Dwight how are you? Tony I'm doing fantastic better than I deserve. But I'm a handle it. Anyway. That's awesome. Listen, we've talked about this before. And nobody has as well with this. But it's gonna be, you know, twenty two degrees with a wind chill, maybe in the in the single digits on Sunday, people are going to warm up their car for church, and sometimes they do that without being inside the car. What do you want to tell people about this? Well, it's extremely dangerous to do. So because we have seen no increase in car thefts. And one of the main reasons is people. In their cars running. I know everybody's done that at some point in time in life. But it's also presenting a crime of opportunity for people who look to commit cards, and it would cut down a great deal on stolen cars stolen vehicles. Where you feel like you're being violated. End up wrecked or abandoned damage. There's some kind of ways is causing you a lot of problems just because maybe didn't take a few minutes. I think it's a car warmed up with you in it are driving along. So certainly just went back to cut down mainly for the people who own these vehicles. And I know you think you living in a a community that maybe that won't happen. But I'll give them an opportunity, and they will find you. So we're just put it on a big call center. Everyone just to be very Bill in what you're doing your surroundings. These crimes of opportunity won't happen and put other people in danger because most of the people still sitting a lot of teenagers that are still things of this nature. And it may not have experienced driving off someone who may have some of the issues, and it just puts the community and unnecessary panic when it does it needs to be thinking about not only that I know even in the springtime a lot of times, people will leave their garage doors open, you know, throughout the course of the day, and I know of some situations where maybe a small air compressor or tools or whatever could still right out of the garage. Just because people don't think about doing that. And unfortunately, it seems like in today's times you just about need to do that. Yes, Tony that. That's true. It's the same way with the vehicles is the same way leaving your car unlocked and supposedly even ipad our golf clubs purses or anything like that. Because I think we just live in instantaneous society. I call it. The microwave society we wanna to do things and doing right now quick, maybe not taking an extra few minutes. It takes to be a little cautious with that. And I just think sometimes we just not thinking, and it's a crime of opportunity again. Folks, we're looking to do that. And we have that element in our society. Now, the one thing we also see in the the the activity now, so many people become addicted to opioids that kind of thing is easily apparently to become addicted to those things and with that in mind people look for money in any way to sell those that could be the golf clubs or or something that you didn't even think was that valuable or maybe it was do you like like you mentioned an ipad? And I think that that's had committed this increase in crime. So to speak not committed, but has led to this increasing crying? In some instances. That's true. But a lot of people saying that there's no on among beach who they have a drug problem. I they just have sticky fingers. Put the seat of people who this new phenomenon we decided that it's all hope you I certainly that is part of the problem. Just wrongdoers and looking for opportunities to do just that just hoping and praying that people have changed apart. No understand that working hard. And getting those things that you don't have too many more sticky fingers. I wanna have is from a crispy cream donuts.

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