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"ecology center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"I was I used to do a lot of this on the Friday form when I kind of was cranking out this concept. What's the thing about Milwaukee away from the stuff you're working on that you love about the city? Why? You know I love this thing. Um, There's only two kinds of people that don't like Milwaukee. Those that have never been here and those that have never left. So if you've never lived anything that we're outside of Milwaukee, you're not going to recognize how people treat you. The best part about this city is there's authentic wonderful people here, So I'd say people over anything other than that. No East side of toast. So where I now live? It's there's something wonderful parts of the community. I'm a big fan of the urban Ecology Center have been for a long time. No canoeing, kayaking. I love anything on the water. The Milwaukee River is so underutilized when you go to other cities. Really made him Sometimes It's kind of too built up around the river. And here it's perfect. It's perfect. That community just taking a kayak up and down. Milwaukee's river is incredible. Love. The Dom's just, you know, we've got we've got a great city here. But sometimes if you never left going somewhere else Will you ever hear someone complain about traffic? Go to L. A. That's traffic. This is not what we have is traffic here, So it's all perspective. But it's among wonderful community excited to raise a kid here. Yeah, Ian, Absent is my guest He's working on a Ford 48 project can find out more information by visiting www dot ford 48 dot com. Also, as we just talked about like the home, still raising money to like the backside of the East Side Lake side of the Fantastic Home Bridge after the break in and asking the question as every Friday foreign guests What do you know that we don't know that's coming up next right here, Wtmj. Stick around more. The Steve Skip Edie show next WTMJ. Wintrust commercial banking at town bank. Your banker knows you and you know them. You call a direct lying. You asked for us by name. You know, we'll pick up. That's what happened for local business owners when they needed a paycheck protection program long our clients are navigating some of the biggest challenges their businesses will.
"ecology center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Next 10 70 NewsRadio depend on us. Are you and this guy will be over a sig alert on the 57 Diamond bar when we checked. The rough drives in two minutes is 3 53 new study out that finds a California stay at home orders have saved animals from getting hit and killed by cars. You see, Davis Road Ecology Center says the orders. Lead to fewer cars on the road, which caused a drop in crashes involving everything from mountain lines to dear two other large animals since March, we have seen an increase since then. Obviously, anybody who drives it commutes have seen that there's been an increase in traffic, so we're starting to see an increase in animals giving hit again, Teo. That's Fraser shilling with the road Ecology Center, he tells Kay and X. More than eight large wild animals a day were killed in collisions. Before traffic fell off in the month of March, the number dropped to less than seven animals a day after the ST Home orders went into place. It's been six years since the Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down over Ukraine and correspondent Vicki Barker reports. Relatives of the victims want reparation slight. M. H. 17 was flying from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur when it was shot down over territory held by pro Russian rebels in eastern Ukraine. If the three Russians and one Ukrainian now being tried for murder in the Netherlands are convicted more than 300 relatives say they'll then seek damages, but the trial could take a year and all four defendants Main at large. An attorney representing the families also says that obstruction and disinformation by Russian authorities has compounded their suffering after a three month interruption caused by the Corona virus work has now resumed on a massive project to restore reefs used by fish and other marine mammals. Off the coast of Palos Verdes Peninsula. It includes using a total of nearly 60,000 tons of rock to build a new artificial reef designed to attract and support marine life. Long Beach based medical team need some volunteers to test it Grown a virus treatment Mohr at 403 after CBS News. It's 3 55 sponsored by Caliber garage doors that your traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. Here is Denise Mondo got a pretty slow drive on their 57 headed into Diamond bar Sigalert there. Let's go to Scott for the details. He's in the Southern California Toyota dealers. Sky Tree. Yes, this is the North 57 coming up on the Pathfinder, where the carpool in the left lane. Far left partially blocked here with an overturned car. We heard from somebody that They told us you could probably walk faster and definitely it is a very tough right here coming up from just about Thana Canyon Road break, and it'll definitely help you try to get on the freeway at Pathfinder. If you could swing that, But you'll have some additional sling 57 as you work your way to the 60 birds to 10 Freeway and so far up there, the champ with Bryce don't work in this crash involving a big rig debris in your far right lane. That's what's blocked here. The very end of the 2 10 at the five and got a couple calls in this. It's getting worse this backup now from Polk Street, so it'll be a little tough is you will make your transition. Good news is once you're on that five. You're looking good through the Newhall Pass. Denise. I've got a new crush on that 105 in Norwalk 105 years writing the 605 north big rig couple of cars and this one, and the slowdown starts right at the 7 10 and when she transition onto that, 605, which is super busy that North bound side.
"ecology center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Car insurance, which, of course, will go right into the lawn, progressive casualty insurance company affiliates and other insurers discount not available in all states of situations. Offifty three. The issues making the headlines in the presidential campaign today are expected to be the ones voters will be deciding upon in just over two months. Unless there is the legendary October surprise voters, for the most part already know what their concerns are the virus and their paycheck if we have a second surge of Cove it if the economy does not recover smartly. Uh then the advantage goes to fight political analyst Jack Pitney at Claremont McKenna. Lawn Order is going to be an issue, but it's not going to be a CZ important an issue as covert in the economy. 183,000 people are dead because of it. By Election Day, That number is well over 200,000. That's going to be the overriding issue. Although what does seem clear the president Trump is betting law and order maybe a bigger issue in the campaign than Pitney believes. The Kelton can extend 70 NewsRadio. Health officials at California State Home orders have saved human lives. But now there's a new study from UC Davis says. Those orders have definitely save some animal lives. Fraser shilling with the school's re road ecology Center tells Can IX. I've been fewer car collisions with mountain lions, deer and other big animals since the pandemic started with a big drop off in traffic from mid March through to April. Yeah, there were 75% fewer cars on the road so You get that many fewer chances for Ah, card hit an animal. The chilling says there has been a recent uptick in collisions with wildlife because, of course, traffic is picking up again. Ron Jeremy appears in court answering new sex assault charges. Details at the top of the hour and one o'clock, But right now at 12 55. It is traffic and weather together every 10 minutes on the fives. This report brought to you by caliber garage doors. And here's Tom Trap. We have a couple of accidents over on the San Bernardino Freeway will start in the West 10 year. Indian Hill Looks like a couple of vehicles involved in this one blocking the slow lane. We also have a problem over on the West 10 near Broadway. Looks like a disabled vehicle. Actually, an accident. A couple of vehicles involved in this one. No injuries here, but they're moving off to the shoulders well, Let's check in with Scott Bird who's taken a look at the 2 10 in the Southern California Toyota dealers to 10 Jam camp. Yes, it's ah problem here, heading through the Arcadia area to 10 west between Santa Anita and Baldwin Avenue, where there's a big rig parked over to the right shoulder. But the problem is, it's leaking diesel feel so they're going to bring in the fire department. Expecting the blocker, right lane or two already backed up here, too. 10 westbound starting just about Huntington. Once you get beyond the problem doesn't look half bad heading into Pasadena. We do have a brushfire burning along the 15 and Corona, the champion with Brian outside, just Pascal Co wrote. Thank you. For all the tip calls on. This looks like this is a little more than the brush fire. This is a crash involving a car that Over Turned off the side of freeway caught fire. Looks like we might have somebody still trapped in that car. So 15 South found Pascale Karol. Big delay, Jules. See smoke. The backup starts in Ontario, North bound. It's catching your attention. You've got some big delays as well. From where? Rick Road make caliber garage doors, your number one choice for new garage doors right now, $200 off as Lois for 99 stone, including free bottom seals in hallway. Caliber garage doors will beat any advertised price. Hundreds to choose from a caliber garage doors dot coms caliber garage doors dot com. Next report. 105. More traffic reports more often. Tom Fran K. Next 10 70 NewsRadio sunny days ahead with mild temperatures for a few more days. By the end of the week, though, things really start to heat up in southern California, So let's enjoy this weather right now. 78 degrees in them Eyes 84 degrees.
"ecology center" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Hey, ands into your Labor Day weekend was Southern California's most accurate and dependable forecast. I'm CBS two meteorologists. Daniel Hirsh can extend 70 News radio 74 degrees. Downtown Los Angeles is 76 degrees in Ontario at this hour and in Fullerton, it's 74 degrees 11 47 and the Los Angeles City Planning Department has unveiled an online system that's designed to make it easier. To identify and then take down illegal short term rental listings. The application programming interface influence the agreement that the short term rental company Airbnb entered into with the city. This interface has the ability to remove on registered properties across the city that are not owner occupied but are operating as party homes. Since the start of enforcement last November, Los Angeles has witnessed a 64% decrease in short term listings. With the launch of the interface this month. The overall numbers have decreased by an additional 14%. A new study finds California's to stay at home orders have saved animals from getting hit and killed by cars. UC Davis Road Ecology Center says the orders led to fewer cars on the road, which we all know, and that caused a drop in crashes involving mountain lions, deer and other large animals. Since March. We have seen an increase in sent. Obviously, anybody who drives and commutes has seen that there's been an increase in traffic. So we're starting to see an increase in animals getting hit again to Fraser shilling with the road Ecology center tells connects More than eight large wild animals a day were killed in collisions before traffic fell in March. That number dropped to less than seven animals a day after the stay at home orders Flu season's approaching just what we need when it arrives in October, Corona virus will still be with us. So how is that going to look? Influenza typically kills tens of thousands of people in six months and covert 19 took 170,000 lives during that time period if both viruses begin sickening American simultaneously, well, that could create what CDC director Dr Robert Redfield recently called the worst fall from a public health perspective that we've ever had. But other health experts do say that with all of the precautions that were being taken because of Corona virus, like social distancing and wearing face masks, the flu season itself could end up being lighter than normal. State lawmakers want the state attorney general to investigate all police shootings that result in the death of an unarmed civilian. This bill is one of the highest profile reforms filed this year following the black lives matter wave of protests. Gardena, Democratic Senator Steven Bradford supporting the measure and what we've seen over the last six months we've seen over my lifetime. If that was happening to you, you would fear the police, too. But it doesn't happen in white neighborhoods, so they have a method. Investigating. Law enforcement individuals who have killed unarmed Citizens, regardless of their color should be common.
"ecology center" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Mean, the biggest iron in the fire. Now we do have breaking news. From the road Ecology Center at the University of California, Davis. With with all these people dropping dead of the cove, it's and are our livelihood disappearing and restaurants and schools closed kids getting depressed. Being in effectively taught, Although we're all wondering, how's the wildlife doing well, thanks to the road Ecology Center of the University of California Davis, a study shows that California's stay at home order in response to the Corona virus. Seems to have saved some wildlife has decreased traffic resulted in fewer collisions with mountain lions. Dear another large animals. They stole a study by the road Ecology Center of the bad blood that Davis found. Traffic declined by about 75%. After the emergency health regulation went into effect in March, if you are, I don't know, folks if you weren't deemed essential. I don't know. How do you look at yourself in the mirror, But those of us radio Well, we were deemed essential. And man. It was a skate in the work that March March April That those were the salad days. Those were good. There was nobody on the road because they're not essential to stay at home. You're not essential for the both of us who are essential. Wait. You know what we were doing? I was swerving mountain lines. Toby TBH coming where I five peels off with 1 70 you get on that 1 70 there in Sun Valley. On dit was this mountain line Mount Line Mount Line, Dear Dear, Dear Mount Line. Raccoon Raccoon. It was crazy Black bears everywhere. You know it's ridiculous. But anyway, Mount Line Mountain line MEDLINE Moose, and but I missed them all, and I had a good streak going until three weeks ago. I want to hit that deer in Santa Rita. The number of animals struck and killed by vehicles also fell, including a 58% decrease in fatal crashes involving mountain lines. Between the 10 weeks before and 10 weeks after. So anyway, you know, I look, this is their their mentoring the methodology using carcass and crash reports, researchers found California's count of 8.4 large wild animals per day. Killed by vehicles decreased 21% to 6.6 animals means 1/5 itself, like a huge decrease of traffic went down by 75% shouldn't struck animals be a commensurate decrease on again. Full disclosure about three weeks ago. Coming home on a Saturday night. I want to say it was a Saturday Saturday night I take this Ah, Faster way. Francis Skeeto Canyon Road at a Santa Corita going north. And I'm not speed Racer. I'm not the guy. I don't You know, Whatever. I'm I know where my home is. I don't have to get home fast and daughter and I are in the car. She's asleep. And I see this deer and it's um I'm I have my high beams on and clearly 75 ft ahead of me. I take my foot off the gas. I started slowing the brakes. Because he came down an embankment started walking across the opposite lane. And then he was sort of speeding up as he walked through my lane, So I said, OK, he'll be clear. And then he stopped and I swerved and I probably bumped him about 15 Miles 20 Miles an hour 2025 miles an hour, and it shattered my right. Headlight. And he just walked off. It is a big four point dear Big four point Buck. And I took it to a guy, a body guy, and he said literally, if you had been going one more mile an hour faster, you'd be buying a new bumper. New front end on all He said. This was the outer edge of a Volvos. Collision tolerance. He would have had fresh meat, though. Ah, you know, and Cassidy as of 2020, 0. That's right. Yeah, but you have to report it then. Yeah, There's no cell signal I wanted T I would have just roped him to the front grill is like a trophy in Port Angeles. Washington COLUMN County were out. So I I have friends who came to high school with a deer on the grill there. Pick up Is they had hunted on Sunday. They don't have time to get it home, and they addressed it out in the woods. It was cool, but this wrapped up Andre had and at a different place. It ain't Los Angeles, Its Port Angeles. All right, Well, you know, police dogs. They can smell anything but can they smell kiddie porn? Well, one in Riverside County can and Kevin Hart burns NBC for mistaking him for Usain Bolt. Also a man killed on the four or five another. Ah freeway drive by its weird these things seem to come in cycles. We had a couple of these a couple years ago. It may indicate this one thing or it may not stay tuned. For that Also Did you know folks were now in the color code covert alert thing needed you, miss Sit on Friday. Oh, you're going to want to hear this gavel is unveiled, unveiled the color code. S so if you have raging purple and in context of Gavin Newsom, That's not what it means. It's a It's a bad thing. We'll be back right after this. It's super hyper local Sunday by the Hashtag, Have you seen a free couch as always, in effect? If I am 6 40 live everywhere on the I. Heart radio Rob Newton with news Multicar crash has left three people hurt in Echo Park. Paramedics are on the scene on Temple Street vehicle has gone off Angeles Crest Highway in the Angeles Forest about 300 ft, down the side of an abatement with one or two people inside. A patient or patients have been removed from the vehicle and have been transported by air to a hospital and a top biting campaign official says President Trump is encouraging violence during a time of unrest in the country, Deputy campaign manager Kate Bedingfield says Trump has had every opportunity to be a leader and speak like one White House recently offered the to send in the National Guard to suppress the violence protest in Portland, the mayor there refused federal support. We will check troubles going down on this. 60. Okay, It's Debra Mark. We all have health goals. But let's face it. You're living in some fantasy world If you think you were suddenly about to start eating better, in fact, have you thought of this? How many different servings of.
Animals Appreciate Recent Traffic Lull
"Don't worry about why the chicken crossed the road. The bigger question is whether it'll make it at all. Every year millions of animals get killed by vehicles in the US, but that road risk has dropped because of the Kobe pandemic. We're the negative impacts of the economy. family relations I'm sitting in my living room and I don't see as much of my family as I as I normally would. So there's a lot of impacts that the positive impacts of becoming more clear, and that could really change the discussion after the pendant changed some of our assumptions out how much driving we should do if we want to protect nature while by air quality climate change in so for Fraser's Schilling. Co Director of the road, Ecology Center at the University of California Davis One officials began issuing stay at home orders to slow the spread of Covid, nineteen schilling and his colleagues quickly realized they were witnessing a novel experiment. What happens when we all start driving way less? The answer is a lot. Lot of things, including fewer units and lower greenhouse gas emissions from cars in their latest report, the researchers found that driving less has also led to a dramatic decrease in road kills in three states which they had long term data. Idaho Maine and California, so actually the the largest conservation action that the US has ever taken creation of the national parks. The team documented about a third fewer collisions with deer, Moose and other large mammals in the four weeks following shutdowns. If such a slowdown persisted for a year, twenty, seven thousand large animals would be saved in just those three states. In California, the researchers also look specifically at mountain lions. Some populations in urban areas are at risk of local extinction and vehicles are one of the top killers whoever, in recent months traffic deaths of mountain lions have dropped by fifty eight percent, revealing an important clue about how to save them well to keep them from going extinct or to recover them. We need to protect them traffic, and that means we need to build. We need to put in fencing along highways and crossing structures over the hobbies, and that's that's that's a big deal. People are now returning to the roads. Stay at home. Orders are lifted, but schilling hope some of the lessons might stick. I think we can grow from this. Having less impact while everybody loves loudly. You know if we if we can find a way to not kill them. It seems like everybody can lineup.
"ecology center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"In the new year from all our virgins report accent findings I don't think so no change public opinion Muller will appear before the house judiciary and intelligence committees CBS news update on Pam Coulter WTMJ news time four thirty two from the W. T. M. J. breaking news center Milwaukee's urban ecology center is becoming a model for cities around the world civic leaders from across the US and the world are in town to learn from the centers environmental methods other cities around the world are saying what are they doing in Milwaukee we want to do that executive director can line boxes the positive impacts can't be ignored what's happened is that the parks that we've gone into I've had a lot of positive impacts the academics goes up with the students that we work with the crime goes down the community pride explodes jobs are created there's really nothing negative about it on the lucky side Jeanette near WTMJ news Delafield police are launching a new program to curb opioid addiction today seem to force Koreans al has more on the help not hand cuffs program will take anybody who walks a county fair kale says the idea is to get addicts help that in there we'll get you the help you need please hold your hand off with addiction resource council the associate director says counselors will help explain insurance options so clients know what they can afford understanding that we are not going to arrest our way out of this problem and overall just re framing addiction as a disease and not as a cracking the program is designed to help those with opioid addiction but the chief tells me they won't turn others away the program launched on July first the Delafield police department is the first and only department in the state to participate dozens demonstrate outside U. S. customs and border protection conference in Chicago.
"ecology center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"This hour. Jane Matenaer really excited to be talking to the executive director of the urban ecology center. Ken line Bach can has a really interesting story about how he began. He actually started out as a big science fan became a science teacher before moving on. And joining the urban ecology center that center also has a really interesting history where it started some of its early struggles. And where it is. Now, that's all coming up this hour. I that we're going to start with Ken and talk a little bit about his background. So first of all can I want to learn a little bit about you and your background. So where did you grow up? I grew up in Michigan the other side of the lake and. So have have an affinity to the mid west. However, I moved here from Washington DC, and my professional life was prior to being in Milwaukee was in DC, Emma, high school science teacher and love teaching. But then at one point in my career discovered two things one was when I took kids outside even if I was teaching physics. They learned better the high achieving kids stayed high achieving in the lower achieving kids seem to concentrate better when I took him outside. So I found that interesting. That is interesting because you would think it would be backwards. You would think that being outside with the noises and the sounds and the smells that that would be more distracting. Yeah. And so then I then went to graduate school to learn a little bit about that along with the other thing that I was interested in which was I had a piece of land that I was teaching biology from and I got to know that piece of land really well, and in the process of that I discovered the lot of the land was ailing and a lot of that had to do with. External factors. So the two things when I went to graduate school. I wanted to learn as wire kids learn better outside and what's going on the planet. Right. And so those two things highly influenced my engagement with and ultimately what you see here at the college. Were you like a kid when you when you were growing up in Michigan? Did you like to be outside and catch bugs and examine them and all those? Yeah. Pretty much pretty much. I often will say, you know, if there's a teacher that like spiders, and snakes and the kids are gonna like, spiders and snakes. Kid, if a teacher doesn't like that stuff, then the students probably won't either. So it's so it's an it seems almost to be like a DNA kind of thing. Whether you're one or the other, but as a science teacher that's got to give you such an edge. And especially for I would think kids of a certain age you now you're trying to keep them engaged and trying to keep them interested in if you're the one who's like, let's go catch some spiders. That's got to be the greatest thing in the world. Oh, it's fantastic. And it works for any kid any age really even like hundred year old kids. We work with some of those. So it's it's you know, anything about passion. Really? And so what you're passionate about isn't contagious with anybody or with what did you learn when you went to graduate school about the effects that being outside has on learning. It's interesting. You don't think about this much, but we as humans have been on the planet for colored eighty thousand years, and I say it because there was some quibbling about how long that's been a long long long time ninety nine point nine nine percent of that time, we spent outside so we have evolved around the campfire not around the computer screen, right? And in our DNA is aligned with being outside so being outside. There's a reason why when you have wealth. What's the first thing you do you buy a cabin up north? Or in the mountains or wherever it is. We know intuitively the going outside is good for your concentration. Good for your soul. Good for spirit. But it's also good for your mind. And so being outside is actually the natural place to be being in a classroom is the unnatural place to be that's so interesting was that revelatory for you. It was it was it was really an, and I think it's real revelatory for education and all of the above. I mean, it's really sitting in circles being outside being around. The fire is actually my your mind is most relaxed and not sitting in rows in a four wall classroom often without any windows. So it's kinda counter intuitive to the way we were brought up, but it's not actually counterintuitive to the logic of how humans evolved, and the way we learn and the way we learn because you're just more open. You're going to be more receptive to information, I suppose, if you're in a more, comfortable setting and more naturalistic setting, right? No, exactly. Right. And it's and so, yeah, it's amazing. You you you you have a group of kids. Cinnamon a circle outside. Put your paper up like a chalkboard and start teaching them stuff. Even though they're fidgeting dandelions and stuff. They're actually their cognitive recall. Improves with skepticism from parents. Yeah. And to be honest with you, it's not like, I I did that with my classroom, and it wasn't an issue because because I was a good teacher and people knew it. From a parental perspective. But what I what the reason the ecology center exists from my in the way that it exists has to do with. We created a structure that allows for kids to get outside in a way that parents approve of coming up next on WTMJ conversations. So that motivated me to figure out a different way of doing things. How long has the urban ecology center men around what kind of difference has it made it to the eastside neighborhood where it's located and how tough was it to really get it up and running. That's all coming up on WTMJ conversations..
"ecology center" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Have with the cold. A little bit to get here. But winters definitely here. I'll tell you this though, driving in this morning. I'm impressed. The road. Crews have done a great job. Really, John cleared. I'm the freeways have been looking good city streets. I mean, you still have some cell, but they're out in full force. Come looking forward to our chat to later in the show with Danny poodle from urban ecology center is going to tell us in his opinion. What some of the better winter trails are for hiking in for cross country skiing, how inappropriate topic is scheduled this two weeks ago. And my fame was winter will eventually get has arrived as some good timing. Goodman went to this morning. Tony going to be with us all morning long run to the direction and production direction of Sean Lavina is at the controls today guiding us one we've got a great lineup of content and helpful stuff. Just keep the radio on when you're flipping those pancakes, and omelettes, we don't like to talk too much about food because their maker selves Hungary on Sunday morning Sarah in the studio, but we've got a great show. So for you today Conan O'Brien is coming back after taking time off at TBS late night talent. But he's coming back to a new streamlined format. Late night talk shows right now are taking their presentations on various platforms doing different stuff. Dwayne is going to explain what that's all about when he joins us a bit later. Also, he's going to be previewing the movie glass, an interesting movie whereby Bruce Willis and Samuel L Samuel L Jackson or both. Renewing their character roles in two previous presentations, and it's a it's a it's a it's a freaky film. Let me tell you, and he'll be updating us that as well. Great Manson is explaining later today. Why youth baseball has become a year round activity cervical cancer? It is cervical cancer month, and Dr Brooke schlumpy from Aurora west Alice medical center is going to be breaking breaking it down for us in terms of what it's all about how it's detected in how it is treated very interesting conversation with Dr sloppy coming up later this morning on the show. Also marked cassocks explaining why department store retail model the retail model department stores having so much trouble surviving in today's economy. And also the economic journal sentinel buildings in downtown Milwaukee. They will soon be in new hands. New ownership more on that coming up had a chance to sit down at UW Milwaukee campus early this week to meet a very very interesting academic, teacher and researcher Dr Constantine. He is trying to perfect a brand new kinda road cement one that's a lot longer lasting more environmentally sound. It's intriguing stuff. I hope you'll enjoy your conversation with a good doctor coming up later this morning. We'll also be let's see what else Danny Pearl is going to be joining us. Oh, yes. This coming week. Milwaukee museums are gathering together, the whole list of Milwaukee museums. As we celebrate museum culture in Milwaukee. And all of them are collectively they're putting on some thrown open the doors and putting on some great stuff. Lindzen Mckee from visit Milwaukee's gonna be running that down for us later on the show. So we're just one of my favorite expressions. I'll just use it. We're loaded for bear today where actually loaded for bear on the bears probably out there somewhere in this winter climate. All right. Okay. Next number two. Let's look into today in history. Some interesting inaugural stuff for today in history first of all couple happy birthdays going out here. First of all to media personality. Bill maher. He is sixty three years old today. You can't call yourself. A think tank have all your ideas are stupid. And so it goes all right singer musician, Paul Stanley sixty seven years old today who's both Stanley when you know who he is. He's one of the founding members of the head of the heavy metal band. Kiss. And here's one of his favorite songs, Detroit. Rock city. All right so much for that. Let's talk canal by.
"ecology center" Discussed on KSRO
"Also with us this morning is Caitlin Cornwall biologist at cinema ecology center. Good morning Caitlin. So the global climate action summit in the city is in the rear view mirror. Were you able to attend any of the sessions? I didn't go down to San Francisco. But I was on a tour of a lot of the amazing things happening in Tacoma county for it was put on for attendees some. Yes, that was a great tour of sonoma's county. What was your takeaway from that part of it? How fire and water are inextricably linked forcing Emma county as you look into a climate change future. So we have extreme drives in our summertime and the potential for extreme wet center wintertime, and when you to. Tackle both of them in the same with the same set of actions. And those actions would be well, there are a few things that really help us survivor summers and our winters. One of the main ones is being able to capture water when at the Bundy and get it in the ground. So that our our land doesn't dry out so badly in the summertime don't fled so badly in the wintertime and another one is is just that. We do have highly flammable vegetation here. It's what we all love to look at to be around. But it does catch fire and so gradually having fewer people directly in harm's way. And having fewer ignition sources out in those wild areas. You mean Ignace ignition sources like us. It's people in our stuff. Yeah. Our cars. Our vehicles are power lines. We don't get lightening around here. Too much. No our fires are caused by people. And that's been true going back thousand years when we're cutting fires quite frequently around here. They had to set them on purpose. Yeah. Ninety five percent. We know those wildfires are caused because of some sort of human interaction or human issue that that we're responsible for and as we move forward. I mean, obviously at this Anoma ecology center much attention has been paid to the extreme fire conditions that we've suffered over the last year, or so, and and what kinds of of concrete steps are are is your organization making to try to thwart all of this extreme weather. We we help local governments plan for the future that with climate in the picture instead of under the rug..
"ecology center" Discussed on KSRO
"Facial recognition faster processors and a sturdier camera. The new apple watches thinner has thirty percent bigger screen and can function as an e c g or hurt monitor. Mark Mayfield NBC News Radio. And an award winning podcast produced by inmates at San Quentin state prison can now be heard at all California correctional facilities early on woods. The San Quentin inmate who co host and co produces the ear hustle podcast says getting the show played at all the state's prisons is groundbreaking the third season of ear hustle began recently with an episode about prison lockdowns chemical state officials are monitoring the ph levels of the ocean along the California coast Chris shoulder from the Monterey Bay Aquarium research institute says not only as climate change making the water warmer. It's also making it more acidic we go out routinely. We'll look at the same parcel of water over and over again, and we can see how it's changed over time. And we see the evidence of climate change right here in our own backyard of the past twenty five years. He says the as temperatures rise carbon is released into the atmosphere and then absorbed in the ocean by. Plants when the plants die they consume more oxygen in the water. Then that changes, the ph levels there, something you can do about cleanup at the ocean this weekend, Tom. Oh, yes. The ecology center is organizing and leading California coastal cleanup day efforts, the annual beach and inland. Waterway cleanup takes place tomorrow. It's the state's largest volunteer event. Bob leg from Russian river. Keeper says this goes to the ground blows directly through our creeks. And from the creek into the river and then from the river out to the ocean. Our job is really just to beautify cinema county Mendocino county and keep that trash out of the river volunteers invited to help clean up several locations throughout cinema valley, including sonoma's creek at Maxwell and Larsen parks fryer and Nathanson, creeks for more information. And to register. Visit this Anoma ecology center's website ten tons of trash was removed. Moved last year. That's a lot of garbage twenty minutes before seven o'clock. Good morning from K SRO. It's the annual Mendocino county fair and apple show Friday September fourteenth through Sunday September sixteenth fairgrounds. Ninety into midnight James wrote the grounds Mendocino county, apple wine and cider tastings CPR a rodeo Saturday and Sunday and country artist. Stereo chickens playing three shows daily among Lonsdale. That's the annual Mendocino county fair and apple show September fourteenth through the sixteen info at Minto county. Fair dot com. Hi, this is Noreen Evans. Former state Senator I'm proud to be part of a legal team representing thousands against PG any over its role in the active.
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"We end the Milwaukee Brewers hope you. Will join us Saturday August, twenty fifth as we go hitting for the cycle it's a twenty five mile bike ride along the. Lake Michigan shoreline it'll start ended up Miller park do. Supposed right tailgate party and a ticket for you for that night's game against the Pittsburgh, Pirates this latest WTMJ cares effort benefits you WM's life impact program dream bikes and the urban, ecology center represented this morning by aria do, Exxon WTMJ good morning Joining us, about the urban ecology center Well the ecology center we have three environmental community, centers right in the heart of Milwaukee and we really work connected people. With nature right in their own backyard so we have a branch on the east side and, riverside park one in the Menominee valley right by the, Bruce stadium in one in Washington park I love you guys aria. Because you do so many different things you. Have classes on how to pickle things you're having a b. day party, that if you wanna, learn about beekeeping you. Have walking, groups, you have peddling groups I mean really it's just. That, you offer so many different things yeah we do and it's just a great way to get people outside in nature and kinda connecting with. What we've built a these beautiful, ecosystems if you wanna come right now there's tons of wildflowers in bloom. And we have, stomach cancer going on and you know at night we do things, like that walks in as you mentioned or we also lend out equipment to get people involved. In paddling or, biking or different activities even in winter you can do snow shoe Lending Milwaukee's really an underrated city when it comes to. What you can, do outside sometimes isn't it Yeah I think so I mean I think especially hitting for the cycle is just a great way to highlight all of the wonderful bike trails that. Run through the city and can even just get you out into nature and outside of the city all kind of connected makes perfect sense that you're part, of hitting for the cycle along.
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"Fifth at the brewers community foundations hitting for the. Cycle event together we'll conquer a beginner's bike ride that starts and ends at Miller park. Sweet very cool followed, by tailgate party in a matchup, between the brewers and the pirates. Hitting. For the cycle benefits dream bikes, the urban ecology center and UW Milwaukee's life impact program for more. Information or to sign up text the word cares c. a.. R. e., s. two, four one, four seven nine nine one six twenty WTMJ cares. Is presented by first Bank financial okay so what ends up happening to this lady if, you're just tuning in she lied part she's visiting her parents in Virginia she's running. A couple of errands before she's gotta, get on an airplane she's got her. Four year old son with him she goes to a store she wants, to run and she's only going to be in there for five minutes it's a four year old he just he's refusing to go she doesn't wanna To have the meltdown she doesn't want to. Have the fight so she says fine you stay here she locks. The child locks the doors cracks the windows. A little. Bit it's not like, it's eighty degrees outside she goes in for. Four minutes comes out leaves turns out somebody sees the child unattended Nicole. Calls, nine one. One takes a picture of relations plate and then she ultimately ends up having an arrest warrant issued for her, now the way this turns out is ultimately dismissed the charges in exchange for her agreeing to do. One hundred hours of community service I think this is absurd I, mean, I look I understand there is child neglect that is out there if. We. Were talking about abandoning a child in a shopping centre or again you? Go down to. The gambling casino and you leave. A car kit unattended in the car for two and a half hours. I understand child neglect I think it is ridiculous. Aspect of the nanny state. Under facts like this to say you cannot leave your four year old or your. Six year old or your. Eight year old or your ten. Year old on Unattended for any length of, time in a car obviously you gotta look. At the facts and circumstances could it. Media collect yes but I'm willing, to bet, a lot of, us grew up again having, that same experience and you know what we survived and I, understand that all sorts of bad things can happen but that doesn't make. That, behavior criminal four one four seven nine nine one six twenty that it's the accurate mortgage talk and text line do you commit. A crime if you leave. A child, unattended in, a car even for a few minutes my answer is. The world has gone mad if the answer is yes four one four seven, nine nine one six twenty we're back to discuss this just a moment right now it is twelve thirty let's go to the. WTMJ breaking news center. Here's Eric kolstad bird is leaving for now the scooter company says it has voluntarily removing, it scooters from Milwaukee in a joint statement the company and the city say bird will return once the state legislature removes restrict Actions on e scooters Madison police say. Shooting at a radio? Station, was not a random act and not a threat on the media the shooting at w. o. RTFM left one DJ injured he will survive police still looking for that suspect President Trump, is signing an executive order reimposing sanctions on Iran, and, comes, three months after pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal Facebook wants to team. Up with your Bank the Wall Street Journal reports that.
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"Uhhuh some people in our society that perceived the guy who ran from the cops as as the victim and it just sort of makes you wonder you know what what is going on here well that brings me to a story that aired on today's t andrey four yesterday that i wanted to share with you let me read you a portion of the story a teacher who was brutally attacked and carjack in a milwaukee county park at a simple message to police thursday night that message was two words thank you my family and i wanted to personally thank you said maurice lee the son of the victim the family wrote a letter to the sheriff's deputy came to their aid currently are this is what the letter said currently our societies quick to criticize law enforcement and neglect verbalizing our appreciation said the victim lewis li i too have been critical in my response your professionalism and concern made a difficult situation easier to handle said son louis oh lee lewis lee that's the dad fell asleep in his car on may seventeenth waiting for his son's soccer practice to end that is when someone came up and opened his car door lee jumped out assuming something had gone wrong on the soccer field and they were coming to tell him they crawled through the car and hit me directly in the back of the head said lee that knocked lee to the ground four teenagers then beat him up in the parking lot of the washington park ecology center then one of the perpetrators that stole the car stopped my head while i was on the ground he was not doubt and almost run over by his own car someone found lee wandering near the soccer field bloody and confused they called the sheriff's office for help lewis said the deputy stayed with his family even after his shift ended and comforted his young son while he was taken to the hospital i can you imagine that you've got the young kid you had junior who's playing soccer all of a sudden you see your dad pool bloody and days who's had the youknowwhat beat out of him by four teenagers who have discard jack him the letter continues we understand that you are in a career that is sometimes thankless said louis oh lee my family and i want you to know your efforts made a difference thank you says you know one of the other family members thank.
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"Great time come back to a texas barbecue that we have afterwards at the ecology center which is just jason is just opened wider with the fan with the band and the whole shot and it's just i it's one of the most fun events you could ever imagine just terrific and the great thing about it is our our broadway opera type concert has been more of a well heeled you know older audience that you know more cultured or whatever just young you know this this appeals to all ages and we really really appealed to the younger crowd with us ride and bicycling and you know what i give credit to many different groups adaptive adventures etc who have really brought this back into it's no longer the runs and walks only that we do in the city were bicycling is we have bike to work week we do all kinds of great things now tell me how you handle it if someone gets injured eric how you mean like myself maybe what are you talking about myself today but actually i think it was the second year we did this i really had always wanted to write one hundred miles and so you know i was doing great it was a beautiful day a little hot that day it was in the nineties or something like that got to back to glencoe we wrote from evans to all the way up to kenosha did one lap around the velodrome and can north kenosha you're gonna go to the outlet mall talked to my wife about that it's accessible they are so anyway on the way back to glencoe south of glencoe and suddenly just feeling terrific four miles to go suddenly i bought and.
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"To two hundred people play every year a no there's no prize really they just seemed to like the challenge people poster status on twitter and once they're eliminated what ultimately killed their chances last man deaths are a gauntlet of the modern information age death by twitter by seemingly unrelated news articles one player was knocked out by a message that popped up on an atm screen michael greiner organizes the event and keeps a detailed spreadsheet of how people were knocked out we've had people who uh found out by drought college kids running past of window i hate to say that npr's a killer to for both baskin and adams the end came third thursday afternoon when a little too confidently they ventured back on the social media atoms was betrayed by twitter's trending topics baskin instagram and the first picture following any open the app with a friend of mine who live and philadelphia at the parade and i was like well so how she feel about the eagles win i'm pretty sad they of all the years they picked to not pay attention to it it ends up being what my dad set the best game that he's ever seen other than the year that the cheap wine as of friday afternoon there were eight confirmed people who still don't know scott deathrow npr news hooper below him the cleveland cavaliers one last night her list into weekend edition from npr news in from kqed news i'm tiffany cam high when the north bay wildfires hit last october it burned down buildings and devastated the natural landscape but if you take a closer look now you'll see that these areas are starting to show new signs of life like in cinema county where about a dozen hikers met up recently along a fire road third laura ingraham dramatic example of that's caitlyn cornwall she's a biologist at the cinema ecology center and she's pointing to a group of madryn trees the lower half of the trees which usually have a shiny reddishbrown bark arch hard but the treetops' all of those leaves the green leaves our new since the fire so that tree it looked day jerod.
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"Rhode ecology center found a twenty six miles stretch of the one one freeway in la was the site of more than a dozen crashes last year involving animals on the road but the state highway with the most runins with road kill is the two eighty freeway in the bay area more than three hundred eighty five animal evolved collisions within twenty three miles university california's filed a lawsuit against dhs challenging the rescinding of dhaka the program defers deportation for people prompted the official fired rounds of adore like five or six rounds deputy were not happy recurring ian returned fire the man was arrested officers found several guns indian actual proportion of which have daca napolitano says the administration is not supported by reason decisionmaking and did not follow the necessary for car crashes involving animals researchers at the universe he's a rhode ecology center found a twenty six miles stretch of the 101 freeway in la was the site of more than a dozen crashes last year in thousand square foot mara lago mansion fort lauderdale's in the path of hurricane erma it was built almost one hundred years ago in four major hurricanes have done a little damage to it mansions within twenty three miles the university of california's filed a lawsuit against dhs challenging the rescinding of daca program defers deportation for people brought to the us illegally as kids uc president janet napolitano says the system is full of socalled dreamers university cowboys approximately four thousand undocumented students of a substantial proportion of which had docked at napolitano says the administration is not supported by reason decisionmaking and did not follow that necessary procedures for decision of this nature magnitude napolitano says the due process rights of the university were violated kris ankarlo kfi news president trump's sixty two thousand square foot mara lago manson fort lauderdale's in the path of hurricane erma it was built almost one hundred years ago in four major hurricanes have done a little damage to it mentions walls are three feet thick in are anchored by steel and concrete beams embedded in coal rock trump brought bought the property 1985 when it was in bad shape spent millions fixing it up time running out before the storm youth you in warning evacuation zone in south florida you need to lead four to governor rick scott says people have until midnight tonight that's about two hours from now to get out because the.
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"Is morning joe with ryan says when in katie agreed on talk radio sixty s oval a little mexico by the way was rocked overnight with a part of the most powerful earthquakes ever it's off its southern coast this this was an eight one fifteen people dead oh this is near the guatemala border eight point one so that's slightly stronger than the eight of 1985 that killed people forget about this it killed thousands of people and devastated large parts of mexico city so news just coming in about that this morning also this is a breaking news story of just reading it the headlines in right now over of course hoover right here in the silicon valley faces a probe by the fbi right now over whether it use software to interfere illegally with competitors so don't worry that we're going to watch carefully this morning europeans especially since this is a local company a be watching that one very carefully a lot of stuff all get to this in a few minutes at once again the mainstream media just wrong wrong wrong about trump and russian collusion there's just this continues to be the biggest nothing burger and we'll talk about that about safe 535 or sosa just keep it right here on ksfo hey we got a couple of our correspondence check it again i'll go away let's see what these guys are all about uh k flip the pagers ropy here's good i'll rupee this has to do is road kill road kill there's a cost to road kill specially heard california how much does it cost us here in california sippy say what i made out of roadkill costas anything well these animals smashing into cars and there's a lot of damage here's rupee cut out the report comes from the uc davis road ecology center the senators frazier schilling says the costs include medical response police response life flight of the accident is in a rural area disposing of the road kill at the cost of lawsuits if a person is injured on a public right of way in a place where it is a known hazard and failed to fix the hazard then the can be liable report identifies those hazardous road kill places and makes infrastructure suggestions to mitigate accidents suggestions that will he says paper for themselves in just a few years jim roope los angeles okay so rupee here's the deal this cost the state of.