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"eight cities" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Service is combing through White House visitor logs and security footage if the Secret Service determines who brought the cocaine into the White House does the White House support the prosecution of this individual I'm just not going to get into articles from here let let the Secret Service do their job it's under their purview we are confident that they'll get to the bottom of it I'm just not going to get it ahead of this right this time Ed Donahue Washington it's 8 after we're learning more now about the gunman in this week's mass shooting in Philadelphia that left five people dead correspondent Clayton Neville has the latest officers say the gunman had a police scanner on him when he was arrested as well as an ar -15 style rifle a 9mm handgun a mask and a bulletproof vest he's now been arraigned and he's charged with five counts of murder along with additional charges of attempted murder, reckless endangerment, aggravated assault and carrying a gun without a permit Philadelphia Assistant District Attorney Robert Wainwright the the fact that they cornered this defendant before he could take more lives is absolutely remarkable and showed incredible bravery by the police officers investigators say the shooter opened fire across eight city he reportedly told police his plan was to clean up the neighborhood Rochelle Belal is the Philadelphia Sheriff we give our sincere condolences to the families the victims of this senseless mass murder District Attorney Larry Krasner praised police for taking the the gunman into custody obviously this office is 100 % committed to the vigorous prosecution of this mass killer police still looking into an exact motive and combing through social media accounts of part that process the 40 year old shooter is said to have made a series of posts about loss of freedoms and guns his roommate say that he grew more agitated in recent days and that he had recently been wearing a bulletproof best police say the weapons found on the shooter included ghost guns that he's believed to have owned I'm Clayton Neville caught on video a California sheriff's deputy tackling a woman as that that sheriff's department opens an investigation into the matter correspondent Lisa Dwyer has this update Lancaster Sheriff's Station received a 911 call from a store employee who stated that that two customers were assaulting loss prevention employees the Los Angeles sheriff County says video footage of a deputy violently throwing a woman to the ground while she filmed her husband being handcuffed in a grocery store parking lot is disturbing and I've got to tell you I've seen the video both the video collected by the community member and our body camera footage that we put out yes or Monday night and it's it's disturbing there's no ifs and buts about it at one point a
"eight cities" Discussed on WTOP
"Maryland sunday afternoon to see old friends and support a great cause you look on the front of the stage there's a big huge clapper or billboard that has all the names of the state maryland of officers who were killed in the line of duty in the state of maryland each rider's thirty five dollar fee for the event goes towards providing for those officers families and as former prince georges county officer purcell fun too in upper marlboro matt cofax w t o p news it's eleven oh five local suburbs are seeing a spike in homelessness for the first time in years part of a nationwide trend not pandemic era housing programs are ending and inflation is continuing our country has to be one that doesn't accept people living on streets and sidewalks in the richest country the in world donald whitehead leads the national coalition for the homeless i've never met anybody who wants to be homeless whitehead says the solution is simple affordable housing people want to be housed andrea towns had and been homeless living in the mcpherson square in campan but this spring he has a bed to sleep in at the friendship place housing center i'm a strong individual and i'm not content with my living arrangements living out on a curve and is given up can't just give up like that luke garrett wtop news for an in -depth look at homelessness in our region subscribe to the dmv download podcast an episode on the topic drops wednesday morning and police investigating a death in silver spring early saturday montgomery morning county authorities say a man was found injured and later pronounced dead at the hospital the victim has has been identified as thirty -year -old elmer camacho agular he was found in the eight city and boulevard efforts underway to restore the oldest state government building in annapolis it dates back back to seventeen thirty five when maryland was still a british colony maryland matters reports the the three -room brick structure on the grounds of the state capitol in anapolis is surrounded by a chain link fence and protected by a tarp but bigger plans are in the works as part of a more than twenty million dollars statehouse restoration which is already underway the general services administration say they expect to restore the structure to the pre revolutionary war appearance adding a publicly accessible exhibit interpreting maryland seventeenth century history including the exhibits dealing with the pre -state economy and its currency when maryland was under british rule public bidding for the project is expected later this summer no completion date has been set yet dan ronan t l p news it is eleven oh seven if you say you've been to all the museums in d c there's a new one now the lillian and albert small capital jewish museum opened on friday at the corner of third and streets f northwest new judiciary square the museum's collection of more than twenty four thousand photos a thousand and objects tell the stories of jewish washingtonians going back to the eighteen fifties an exhibit exploring the u .s. legal system and civil rights movement will be on display there through december it is coming up after traffic and weather can a jobs report cut two ways with for hiring and more unemployed i'm mark hamrick i'll explain just ahead it's eleven oh eight get precision a a seat to not for only fifty nine traffic and weather on the eights and when it breaks over to ian crawford the traffic center okay ralph start we're gonna in maryland capital beltway with the works on still a bit of a delay getting through them as you make your way on interlude the through montgomery county from the connecticut avenue past georgia avenue and this will go to a point near cole zill road with right two right lanes getting my beyond that you've still got some work on the interlude this is going to be through college park and on toward the bw parkway interloop down to two left lanes through prince georgia's county pass that you are good 95 and the bw parkway appear to be issue free 270 watch for southbound work near germantown road teen exit 15 and two right lanes getting by there there is work on 197 through laurel this will be near the bw parkway with caution for what may be in that works under house plane specifics on that one and on i 97 there is southbound work again after crownsville with a left lane getting by in virginia we've got work already on 66 it's westbound between the fairfax county parkway and 28 centerville left lane is getting by so in the work we may have some police activity in the express lanes nearby also on the left side near that ramp from the express lanes westbound on 66 trying to get on to 28 at centerville current or retired federal employee get the most out of your federal benefits join narf the organization that supports you learn more at narfe .org i'm egan crawford wtop traffic now a look at what's ahead weather wise your seven news first alert meteorologist veronica johnson well today was quite 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"eight cities" Discussed on 600 WREC
"To Albany and all Eight cities in between. So why Michael Barry show is nationwide. Register for bed. MGM Using bonus code I heart and your first bed will be risk free up to $1000. That means if you lose your first wager, you'll get your stick back for another shot. All the exciting games and pro or college football. Just remember to use code I heart when you sign up New customer offer free bets. Visit Ben and jim dot com Terms and conditions must be 21 or older. Washington D. C and Virginia, Please gamble responsibly Gambling problem. Call 1 805 2 to 4700. I was at home and I get this call from ring just received the fire alarms. All okay? My fire alarm and our cottage was going up and then it hit me. My parents are at the cottage. The fire had started in the chimney and spread to the roof. Ring alarm. Professional monitoring. Dispatch the fire department before we even could dial 911. My name is Kevin and Ring alarm. Help Save our family cottage. Protect your home today with Ring alarm, Go to ring dot com. Forward slash safer That's ring dot com. Forward slash safer this Labor Day home depot dot com is your one stop shop for all things to core with up to 30% off furniture, mattresses, home decor and kitchenware online, the Labor Day savings event out there, it's a whole new way to enjoy your space. Whether it's finishing touches or a total transformation. Find everything you need to make your home feel more like home at home depot dot com slash two core free delivery. Inspect item $45 or more US ONLY. Vouchers. September 15th 2021. I.
"eight cities" Discussed on 600 WREC
"Conditions where you need to grow, you need to make sure you get enough nutrients. Those are places where not going to go want to go very long. In fact, it doesn't mean you need to eat all the time. But, you know, going wrong is not recommended. The other major thing is if you're underweight, that is, if you don't have If your body mass index is, for example, less than 20, you know, And you know the body mass index about about 25 normal down below 18.5 is considered underway. If you don't have the body fat stores, and you shouldn't go that long, right? It's just logical that you shouldn't be fasting for long periods of time. But other than that, that's about it. Almost everybody else. Hand fast, because, remember our bodies have that ability to store energy. It's sort of like your refrigerator yet you put food in the fridge so that you don't have to go to the supermarket three times a day. Like that's the same thing as our body. Does. Our body put some of the food the food energy into body fat, So when you don't eat, it will just take some out. That's all. So the whole I ideas that most people can fight. That's what brought us to survive for thousands of years. Otherwise, we would never be able to survive. You know, a period where where we had no food available well, and you talk about in the book that when we were hunter gatherers, we didn't have food at the ready in the drive through. It was work. We ate more like animals of the wild, and I want to get to that in just a moment more with Dr Jason Fung coming up from Portland to Albany and all Eight cities in between. So why Michael Barry show is nationwide. Register.
"eight cities" Discussed on The Naked Scientists
"One of the cop during the pandemic is a lot of fewer people have been going to the doctor's with us malls and so the number of skin cancer cases that have been diagnosis in the past. Year has has decreased because this few cases it's just a not being picture the impact that the some has on all of us but i the pandemic has affected all of our lives in innumerable ways. It feels sometimes like nothing has escaped. Its grasp on it turns out. Crime definitely. hasn't new research has pointed to dropping rates of crime around the world from barcelona to brisbane as lockdowns. Were put into effect with us to talk more about. This is manuel eisner from the university of cambridge. So kind of were we talking about here. We've been looking at police record crimes and we've basically been looking at common crimes. Such as robbery burglary and theft overall across these. We find a declined by about thirty five percent. Which is quite a substantial decline. But i think one of the interesting things about our findings is that there was a lot of difference between different types of crime. The strongest decline was for robbery. And seth which dropped by about fifty percent on average the was less of a decline for a sold and there was no decline actually for homicide and then there was also a lot of variation between different cities included twenty eight cities and in some statistics. Declined was by about ninety percent in all the city's almost nothing happened. And why did this happen. How did this affect come about with locked. We believe that a number of factors were in play overall first of all. We used a measure of the severity of the lockdown. Down to what extent where people required to stay tilmant. To what extent was the stay at home policy enforced. Not just by the police in some places also by the military and overall we find that the more rigorous the lockdown was. The great was the decline in crime now. Several factors played row and one of them of course was that it becomes more difficult to report crime even if it happened. We believe that plays a role but we don't think this is the entire story the second factories that common crime feeds opportunities as long as you have open. You have lots of streets. People in the streets have lots of people in public transport. You have lots of vehicles on the streets than there are lots of opportunities to commit crime and these opportunities declined a lot. And thirdly we believe that for some types of crime social controlling Observe for example the decline in burglaries and. That's probably because just more people stay at home. And were thus capable guardians who could protect their properties. What about those kinds of crimes for people who are stuck at home things like domestic violence and homicide from someone you know. What kind of rights did you see there. I think it's really important to bear in mind that the police state that we've been using and we make this very clear on the record are not valid indicators of domestic crimes of domestic violence the is substantial evidence suggesting that at least in some parts of the world domestic violence increased quite substantially and. That's one of the types of crime that as a result of the covid crisis. There is a second domain of crimes that increased and also have not been able to look at this more closely. And that's everything related to non contact crime such as fraud and cybercrimes. They probably both increased. So i think it's important to bear in mind. That different types of crime were affected in different ways by the lockdown. What happens after lockdown. We just go back to a new normal or will it bounce backer. The things we can keep in mind. Because we're not going to have military enforce lockdowns when all this ends we very much hope that we don't have another round of lockdowns although we can never be sure there is every likelihood that crime will bounce back. It actually already did bounce back during the summer last year. When the measures lockdown measures were relaxed in many places across europe it will bounce back colin certainly but there is also likelihood that it will bounce back above the levels that we've seen before covid over the crisis a lot of tensions and strains have built up people being unhappy people being frustrated strained and it may well be that in the coming months we could be in for a bad surprise in terms of crime levels. They may increase above the levels. That we've seen won't example for this is the united states. We're actually homicide has increased already above the levels before the cova crisis. Thank you very much. I think we'll have to leave that. There that's fascinating work malign there thank you very much so if you house insurance goes up this year when you renew it you'll know why because the insurance companies apology to all the same data and probably drawing the same conclusions. That men were is noted. Now let's move onto another sticky subject not crime but this one glue which we're told by mike is of course only works on clean dry surfaces and that's because getting the chemistry ripe for glue to work in the presence of water is very very difficult but one solution to finding good glues that will work in the wet is to look at how animals that make lose and naturally live in water have solved the problem for themselves the result when they did this for team of us. Scientists isn't just any old glue. This stuff is incredibly strong and it even sets underwater cellular page reports. Imagine this you're warm sunny beach looking out to sea with the call of herring gulls passing through the sound of kids clamoring over the barnacle encrusted Cnn's the waves crash and he struggled to pull free a handful of suvery blue mussels that has stuck firmly to the wet rock faces to cook dinner. And perhaps you think to yourself. I should go back to the lab and invented louis half as good as this. The also worked under water or perhaps not but tufts university engineer. If renzo on eto did begin to wonder if we think about a decision we look at some of the problems that exist in the real world like barnacles. It's thick the thick on the side of votes and a really really hard to get off for muscles that are on rocks and that are very very tightly bound to the rocks that they they stick on in spite of waves in spite of the people that go in to get them to eat them. Indeed phonics muscles managed to stick themselves tightly to submerged rocks and jetties and even withstand being battered by waves muscles. Do it by secreting molecules that cross links strongly with surfaces. Anchoring themselves place barnacles on the other hand produce a waterproof protein cement that provides a large surface area. For maximum stickiness human-made synthetic glues also rely on similar forms of chemistry to do the same heavy lifting. They create molecular bonds between surfaces. That make them hard to pull apart. But in many cases water molecules can interfere with those bonds making it much harder for at to work under water. The water gets in the way and changes and changes the way that the bonds occur so changes the way ultimately that the materials thick so how did the tufts teams of the problem. One of fiorenzo entrusts is silk. That comes from silkworms and when he looked closely at the barnacles cement he spotted something surprisingly familiar. These proteins assemble in geometry. That is very particular and this particular. Geometry is very similar to the way that silk assembles monocle proteins. A hard to extract whereas we already know how to mass produce silk. So could you. He wanted substitute silk. Proteins for barnacle proteins to produce still works underwater so mussels and barnacles have evolved strategies to to create these bonds in wet environments. And so the thought. It was very simple. If we could get the chemical part that is used by the muscles and we have silk that maybe that maybe provides the function. That barnacles do. Well let's mix the two and see and see what happens and see if we can get the you know the advantages of both by combining silk proteins and the sticky molecules from muscles. They've created a new hybrid blue. That is the strongest non toxic underwater ever made underwater glues ably useful from the obvious cases such as sticking pipes together to the less obvious like sealing up wounds during surgeries without having to use stitches and this muscle silk hybrid doesn't have to use any strong servants. That apart from sometimes being poisonous also tend to smell terrible. So where can we get some well. Don't hold your except maybe if you're underwater because if you were hoping to see a tube of this stuff in the shops anytime soon the bad news is that according to fear renzo. It's going to be a while. It's not going to be within the next six months. It might be within the next six years and.
"eight cities" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The secret investigations but show how police protections in california shield accountability. Listen to on our watch. A podcast from npr. And let's get back to my interview with clint smith his new book. How the word is passed as about how cities in the south as well as new york and senegal a reckoning with a relationship to the history of american slavery the book reports and reflects on his trips plantations prison cemeteries museums memorials and historical landmarks in eight cities. In the epilogue of your book. You write about your grandparents You you actually interview them. And so i'd like to start this section of our interview with asking you to read a paragraph about your grandfather's grandfather and to me. This is almost like a pros. Palm be happy to. My grandfather's grandfather wasn't slaved. They shared a name lineage. And a hard soil of mississippi. My grandfather's grandfather was enslaved. I thought about how. I felt pulled closer to the center of the concentric circle of history. My grandfather's grandfather wasn't slaved. I said it out loud and let it idle on the edges of my lips. My family told me that my grandfather's grandfather was born into slavery. And i never knew until i asked. When did you ask. It was in the process of writing this book You know one of the reasons. I wanted to end in the book with The interviews and conversations with my grandparents is is based on a trip that i took with my grandparents national museum of african american history and culture and and we were walking through. The museum was pushing my grandfather in in his wheelchair and my grandmother was walking a little bit in front of us. And i had this moment where i was walking through this museum and i realized that so much of the violence and history. That was documented in. This museum was something that they had experienced firsthand. You know my grandfather born in one thousand nine thirty. Jim crow apartheid mississippi my grandmother born in one thousand nine thirty nine jim crow apartheid florida. You know this this history. The history that we are made to feel happened in the jurassic age almost is is something that they they believe through and when i spoke to my grandmother she had this refrain when i asked her about the our trip to the museum. She was just like i lived it. I lived in. I lived it like she was looking around and realizing that like so much of what she was seeing she lived through it and experienced it directly. And just really you know. I'd spent these years working on this book. Viewing strangers and going into archives and thinking about primary source documents and asking people. I've just met their life story. And what their relationship to. The history of slavery was and. i realized. I'd never been as intentional in doing with my own family. And so down and had this series of conversations with my grandparents and just learned so much about them in their history and their own age which is my own in ways that that i never would have known. Otherwise did you. Grandfather's grandfather pass on any stories about being enslaved. That were handed down to your parents and eventually to you so my grandfather didn't actually know his grandfather. Well he by the nature of family. Circumstance was not raised in in close proximity to his grandfather and his grandfather also died when he was young. And so i don't have access to those sorts of stories..
"eight cities" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
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"eight cities" Discussed on KQED Radio
"This'll is NPR news. It takes millions of truck drivers to make the U. S economy work, but many of them are older and retiring. Our industry right now needs an additional 60,000 truck drivers ASAP, and it's a deficit that's expected to grow. I'm Kimberly Adams. What's next for the trucking industry next time on marketplace? Marketplace this afternoon at four o'clock and again at 6 30 this evening here on KQED public radio for immigrant families, assimilation can mean losing a crucial part of one's identity language. I realized I had to engage in the different world of English. So you know, I should just let go and go with English. That's a big decision for a little kid to make. Well, my need for survival was greater than my Herc. I'm Mary Louise Kelly. Reclaiming language with on the next all things considered from NPR news. 4 30 this afternoon this where you can hear all things considered here on KQED of the next fresh air have cities in the South reckoned with their relationship to the history of American slavery. We talk with Clint Smith, author of the new book How The Word is Passed, in which he writes about plantations, prisons, cemeteries, museums, memorials. Historical landmarks in eight cities. He's a staff writer at the Atlantic. Join US Fresh air seven o'clock tonight. On KQED next time on city arts and lectures. Stacey Abrams, former candidate for governor of Georgia, whose work on voting rights, is credited with turning Georgia blue. In the last election. She'll talk to Rebecca Traister about protecting our.
"eight cities" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"MGM also shares the James Bond movie franchise with a family that controls the double. Oh seven movies. Mandali del Barco NPR News. This is NPR. Live from news 88 7 in Houston. I met Harold this just in Rice University President David LeBron says he is stepping down following the next academic school year. LeBron has led the school for nearly two decades and is only the seventh president and Rice is history since 2004 When LeBron arrived, the student population has grown by nearly 55%, according to the school and the number of undergrad students of color born in the United States grew by almost 75% during that same Time period, Rice says a search committee will be formed to find the university's next president also knew this afternoon. Harris County and city of Houston leaders say they sent a joint letter this morning to the States General Land Office requesting funds allocated for Hurricane Harvey recovery. Both the city and county received $0 from the state, which was awarded over $4 billion By the federal government earlier this month, Harris County Commissioner Adrian Garcia says the state is ignoring the needs of our community. It is now incredibly clear that the state works to actively screw us. And we just can't sit by and take it in all four Harris County commissioners and Judge Lena had all go along with Mayor Sylvester Turner and eight City Council members signed the bipartisan letter. Garcia says his colleagues plan on lobbying allies in Austin and Washington to try and overturn the land office's decision and Houston's oldest hospital will undergo a $92 million renovation over the next two years. Scott Flowers is the chief operating officer at Saint Joseph Medical Center. He says the revamp will include space to better care for mental health patients were renovating and building out a special Behavioral health, psych safe of er space where those patients can be safely cared for, Flower says. In addition to ER renovations, he also expects a new cardiac cath lab and an interventional radiology lab by the end of this year, he says the entire project for downtown Houston on Lee Hospital should take a year and a half to complete. Scattered storms are a possibility this afternoon. We have reached close to our projected high temperature today. 84 degrees I met Herr of News 88 7. Support for NPR comes from NPR stations. Other contributors include Morgan Stanley, presenting thoughts on the market, their podcast with analysis and perspectives, supported by a global team of researchers three minutes and episode five times a week. Users can search for thoughts on the market. PR and W bur. I'm rather young. And I'm Tonya. Mostly it's here and now the president of Belarus today defended his decision to force a passenger jet to land in order to arrest in opposition journalist who was on the plane. President Alexander Lukashenko, also accused of European leaders of using this is a way to interfere with his country's affairs and strangle his nation by ordering new sanctions that you has weighed in calling the move to divert the plane and act of piracy. The EU has also banned Belarussian airlines for using airspace over member countries, including Lithuania. That's where the plane was about to land before it was diverted. Gabriella's Landsberg Assis is the foreign minister of Lithuania. And he joins us now and foreign Minister Do you support new sanctions against Belarus? Absolutely. I think this is one of the ways to show that these type of actions piracy or as we call it, a state sponsored terrorism has a price tag. That is absolutely not okay to hijack a plane kidnap more than 100 passengers on it. So it must have consequences, and I'm really pleased that European leaders found a consensus on that. I also want to ask you more about that, though. Why do you think the EU is so reluctant to take stronger action, though against Lukashenko like sanctions on industries that provide him with vital foreign currency after last year's stolen election, which which was stolen by by Lukashenko. I think that you're was quite united. But I think that there was Search for a balanced approach that would not hurt the regular people in the country, but would would be aimed that I mean the sanctions would be aimed towards the sectors or the companies that actually financed the regime. After these events, I think that you're already taking a much stronger staff. You know you did. Their decision was made. Basically, just a day after the incident, which a rarely happens in in the Union of 27 countries well, President Lukashenko has been telling his people that he's defending Belarus from NATO aggression, and he stepped up his military state of readiness on its borders, including the border of Lithuania. Are you worried there might be a military incident? On one hand, we're quite convinced that listen and other NATO countries that are bordering Bellas are safe because we are being defended not only by our own military but also by our allies. But when we consider the fact that actually what happened on Sunday, which was absolutely unthinkable before It might appear that that Lukashenko has crossed certain red line where, after which it's very difficult to tell where he would stop. So I would say this that in general, I'm not expecting any military. Intervention or any aggressive action towards NATO countries. But one cannot exclude a certain provocations that might might happen just because Look a shank always trying to prove whatever point he has. Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice famously called Belarus is government under Lukashenko. The last remaining true dictatorship in the heart of Europe. That was back in 2005, the opposition journalist who was arrested Roman pro to save it. Was an outspoken critic of Lukashenko's rule. Are there things happening inside of the country that we should be paying attention to? Well, you know, the things that we are seeing now they're really disturbing. We've seen Mr Produce ceviche. Forced confession. On on on on video. So this is a certain humiliation that we are we very rarely see. Broadcast it anywhere and when we have to consider that this is happening in the heart of Europe, and it is happening just 200 kilometers away from one of the European Union Capitals, name leave illness. It's really very difficult to grasp and I think that we cannot stop just as evaluating the fact of what happened on Sunday. You know, old Democratic all the western world needs to demand the release off more than 400 prisoners that are being held in the current situation in in the Jails on and off Valorous. This should not be happening in in the civilized world in 21st century. Well with that foreign minister, Do you think that the U is too focused on this action involving you citizens on this airliner? Rather than this daily repression of Belarusians inside of the country. Our goal and name should be now not to stop with the decisions that were made. Yes, they are or day before. I think we would really should consider the possibility off using the legal system's on their Western world to put a legal pressure as well. To the leaders of regime in Belarus. WLS Landsberg Asses is the foreign minister of Lithuania. Thank you so much for speaking with us. Thank you so much. Well..
"eight cities" Discussed on All God's Women
"Conclude today's episode of all gods women tune in next week when we look at a woman caught in adultery. Thank each and every one of you who tunes in and listens to all gods women. Each week if blesses me so much when i look at the podcast stats and i see all the different cities and states. Were women are listening. Did you know we have listeners. In two thousand three hundred and thirty eight cities and ninety one countries. Thirty percent of you are outside of the us with thirteen percent in india. I love that. All god's women literally reaches women around the world. How cool is that. I also love when i see individual cities that each week has one listen. I know there's one sweet woman in that town who faithfully tunes in to learn about that week's bible woman. Thank you for being that woman. You may have noticed too. That this month high started posting found episodes. Those are the new off. God's women syndicated radio show episodes. They're airing on radio stations around the world. I wanna make sure that you get them. Even if your local station doesn't carry it there each only two minutes so give them a listen until next week. Goodbye wait you know. Every week we talk about the different women in the bible and we see how much god loved them. And how gracious and merciful. He was to them but do you know that he loves you too just as much as he love them. It doesn't matter who you are where you are or what you've done. He loves you in fact he loves you so much that he sent his son to die on the cross to save you from your sins if you already know the lord as your personal savior. That's great but if you don't. I want you to know he is waiting for you with open arms jeremiah. Twenty nine thirteen tells us if we seek him. We will find him romans. Ten thirteen says for whoever calls on the name of the lord shall be saved. You don't have to have all the answers you don't have to have your life. Altogether you need is a humble heart and willingness to accept the amazing free gift he's offering you. You can stop. Whatever you're doing right now and pray. Admit to god that you don't have it together the you fall short every day and you need his forgiveness. Confessed your sense to him. Thank him for loving you enough to die on the cross for you and then just ask them to be the lord of your life. It's that simple. If you pray that prayer today let me know. I'd love to follow up with you and send you a bible. If you don't have one and maybe help you find a local church you can get involved in. Just go to the all. God's women website and send me a message via my contact form. I look forward to hearing from you. May god bless you..
Ford Is Launching Tool That Uses AI To Help Make Cities Safer
"Automatic Tech story on Nick Miles in an effort to help make our streets safer forward is launching a new tool to eight cities using connected vehicle data and artificial intelligence to help build smart and safe transportation systems. Safety insights is away. Based software tool for transportation planners and engineers from Ford that synchronizes crash data from multiple sources and combines it
"eight cities" Discussed on KQED Radio
"He's a professor of medicine at Stanford and president of the Bay Area chapter of Sea Wah International. Ah, Hindu based humanitarian nonprofit. Good morning, doctor. Good morning. How are you doing? I am okay. The question is, How are you? I want to ask you first about your family and friends in India. What are you hearing from them? The situation is really grim, Brian. Um, uh, you know, you're you all seen the reports off India? Um, you know, crossing these really harmless numbers and dumps the number of people infected per day. The number of people dying. Hundreds of thousands infected thousands of people dying, and that's those are just the numbers that are the gun days they will capture but Real numbers of expected to be much higher and dissipated to be much higher. Millions of people are probably getting infected. Um and there's not a single desk, remember, um off the baby, a community that has not been touched by this crisis, their family members their loved ones, their friends. Um, they're all bean impacted by by this by this disease. It's a very dire situation now. Health experts say that this catastrophe is based on Ah, perfect storm of virus variants and Lack of resource is Can you tell us how you are hearing about this? Yes, we all have, um Connections in India. Of course, we have our family members. We are friends or colleagues. My own network. Azaz, Stanford, Global health researcher in India's Isn't there in the theater audience, he said. Eight cities and small towns and rural areas where resources are really constrained. It's the conditions were working there. The last metal workers You're hearing from them. We're definitely getting from our family members. Of course. Um, and the media is trying to cover this much is this is a zit can in this in this catastrophe, then is it simply a question of being overwhelmed of people showing up with Dire symptoms of covet 19 and not having a bed to go into to be cared for. It's number of things, Brian, it zee. Um it's you know, availability of office in Andhra places that are real hot spots. I mean, there's something to be dealt with. Last year in the US, But this is many. Many orders a magic greater given the population given the resource constraints that India is under Um, s O so its availability of beds for sure its availability of oxygen and thies hospitals but also, um in in settings like home where Many of these patients who are mild and moderate symptoms they could benefit from just having access to oxygen. The action is in charge supply. The supply chain is broken down in demands are just far exceeded that then what? What videos was ready for On the topic of oxygen. We actually spoke to your colleague at Stanford Doctor Manu Prakash. He's helping the scale up devices that conserve oxygen. And he says that this is a method that could save oxygen that typically gets wasted using a nasal tube. Let's hear from him. So whether the oxygen is made through a concentrator or whether the oxygen really comes from many different sources, the conservation principal is really around can be built rapidly. The kinds of devices that could conserve and I want to emphasize this point. This type of an approach is not liable for severe patients, and this is only true for mild patients where their requirements are quite low. Hmm. So what does it take to manufacture this kind of technology at the level needed to help millions of people getting sick from Kobe? Um, it requires quite a bit of coordination amongst different stakeholders. Manu is as a colleague and he's needing this coalition off 400 plus scientists, engineers policy makers. Epidemiologist manufacturing experts supplied in books policy, folks, I mean, it really does take An entire global village to really come together to make these seemingly simple technologies that are so impactful and get the manufacturing at scale and get them to The last mile a zoo. You know, India's health care system is pretty diverse. It's got high high end settings and bigger cities, which are also under You know major strain right now. But imagine being in rural areas where Barely adequate primary care facilities exist. How do you get this to all of those patients? All of those facilities, so it's it's really it takes all of all of us. Coming together. Tomo, test these things and get them to do the places where they needed. I have to ask you a question. I've got less than a minute left. But really the big debate right now is patent law and vaccines. I'll put it to you quickly, and honestly, I don't have a bunch of time but should India Be able to get past patent law and manufacture covert vaccines itself. It's need of the hour. Scott. That's bandit's really, You know, it's something that we need to do as a as a global community. We have to find a way to eliminate all barriers that we can. I mean, the only solution the real solution that we have for this this, uh, this pandemic globally. Is explanation. Even that's not completely sufficient, but it's it's the only real impact Buller arrival solution that we have right now and the more we can do to make that accessible to the rest of the world. Um The better. It would be so yes, I would. I would recommend that we find a way to take away the intellectual property barriers and, um in, they take some time to produce these things, but but at least we'll get there. All right. Need to jump in. Dr Anurag may rile Professor of medicine at Stanford, President of the Bay Area chapter of See What International Thank you so much. You're listening to morning edition on KQED, now to Joe with traffic. Hello, Drama moment. But 80 South bound, recovering from an earlier crash near Winton. Pretty slow from before East Washington before Washington and down to about a street. Then it picks up Bay Bridge back up almost the foot of the maze metering lights on. But no problems on the span all the money back to the normal jam. After an earlier crashing the Altamont had it a little worse than usual, But it's bad. Joe McConnell for KQED traffic support from good eggs. Support for KQED from PG and E is we spend more time at home? A time of use rate plan might be right. For more Californians learn more mpg dot com slash t O you info. Morning to you and Dave Freeman on KQED..
"eight cities" Discussed on Exponential Podcast
"Of failures. Those were necessary. It's sort of like the analogy. I use and i say this. With the deepest respect in order to get a stronghold at normandy of lot of men had to put their bodies on the beach and there's been a lot of brave souls who have followed the voice and it's kind of a blood fire prophetic call and we should look at those failed efforts as final. It's people moving the ball forward. But i'm encouraged because there are now becoming mature expressions in the west. And i think you can point to the underground network and tampa underground you know. They're they've seen close to three hundred and fifty micro churches emerge in networks in tampa. That's remarkable you can look at the sony family of it started with three or four micro churches and now it's in forty eight cities in its hundreds and hundreds probably thousands actually migra churches. You can look at the hope chapel movement and what we do in the book in the final section which is actually the longest section. A culture of multiplying disciples and to the starfish. One of them are called the ingredients of a disciple making environment like the intentional ingredients of disciple making environments. If he ever relational environment. What are the ingredients you put into it so it actually becomes transformative multiplicative. When it comes to being disciples it can make disciples and then the other starfish we call the disciple making ecosystem so an ecosystem there elements. They have to be imbalance right. And so we're gonna five elements and this is sort of the macro you're leading. Let's say a faith community are five elements that you need to keep in balance so that out. Larger ecosystem isn't actually discipleship. Averse our mission would i. It's really ready disciple making ready. But then you need the smaller intentional disciple making environments to be reproducing disciples within that ecosystem. And it's very practical And we provide a lot a real life examples out of the kansas city underground and other contexts. We can't get into today like another eight hours. But i think folks will be pleasantly surprised by how practical it is. Just a very quick simply. Say it's important to look for models and only truth is we don't need to remain to get proof of concept but i would argue that That if people listen to what is being said yet you will find that it should resonate very deeply with your instinct as a christian because it resonates with the kind of something of what. The bible is on about the ordinary people into the kingdom. You know to be an a movement.
"eight cities" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Beads and what what was it $14? Yeah, it was it was being bargain giving it away over here. Last question. I'll let your run We are broadcasting in Las Vegas that it is Super Bowl week. Should. I bet Tom Brady plus the three against the chief. So you're going with Patrick Mahomes. You know, I'm Brady so good, and he has a knack to get into this game that it's it's almost in polite to mention that he's also lost it more than almost any other quarterback. Now, I guess the guy from the bills. Kelly lost four in a row in the nineties. But, um, it just goes to show how great he is that he keeps getting teams there. But every time I look at the chief's man, I just I don't see how you stopped the mate. I think the camp a bass playing great. It might be a bigger deal if they were playing home and we weren't in the age of covert. So you're gonna have like a normal yet Normal fan base here, take advantage of for them. But you know, it's not a zoo. Much of an advantage as usual, because this is a team that Zara Peter s. So it's not like they're at their first rodeo, and they're so good. I just don't know how you stop. All right, so I'll just keep investing in game stop then. Because it wasn't sex. It doesn't sound like we have a consensus here. I'll buy a little more AMC and hopefully that can make a run. Okay? Yeah, well, don't worry. Steve Cohen's backing you up suit. Thanks for that. Great Hang is always Andy McCarthy. We appreciate you stopping by Take care of you need to talk to you, too, My man. There he goes. The great Andy McCarthy. Uh, Now listen, he makes a good point about the president. You know, we both agree that impeachment is a dead end. But as we sit here on the air, and I say to you every day, you know it's a dead end. Why are they doing this? The reason you bring on enlightened mind like Andy McCarthy is because he can take it a step further and show you why the Democrats want to subject the Republicans in the court of public opinion to playing down. What happened to the capital is a means of giving them the moral high ground so they could be like See Look at all these awful Republicans were okay with political violence, but the thing is Okay. If you're really interested in holding people accountable on both sides of the aisle, you really care about the country. Okay, You realize this is all performative Pearl clutching by the Democrats because the reality is they were fine with political violence when it was being perpetrated by left wing causes, you know, they weren't Democrats to crying political violence when they burnt down eight cities over the summer. You know when they established pretend countries in Seattle if you want to talk about an insurgency We had a new country in Seattle this summer. But at the end of the day, the Democrats didn't say a word because it wasn't about the people on the ground being assaulted. It wasn't a $2 billion in businesses that were destroyed the predominantly black owned businesses might I add? It wasn't the police stations that were burnt. Okay, The Democrats had no issue with political violence than in fact, Kamila Harris was tweeting links to bail people out of prison. So what we're watching in Washington is very much a performative Pearl clutch. But they're on Lee going to perform harder next week when the impeachment starts because at the end of the day, it's not about removing this president. He's gone, but it is very much about removing every other Republican who supports him. Bingo. Don't go anywhere. Folks across America with Jimmy Fella will be right back. So there's this guy and his name is Jose. And he's healthy. Got a happy families Busy running his own payroll company in Texas goes to the doctor and get snooze. You never want to hear cancer. Here's the thing. He had switched from medical insurance to met a share, which is a Christian healthcare sharing ministry. So the question for Jose and his wife is trio. Is this really going to work? Especially after they got hit with an $85,000? Bill? That deal was paid so fast that it was amazing. We didn't have to worry. They paid right away all his doctor business. It was just amazing. Yes, madness here works in a typical family save $500 a month when they switched to Medicare. It is not just about the money just to have believers knowing that they're playing for you. You know you just melted your heart and I'll tell you I had nothing. Nothing but great things to say about military. Why wait? You can call now. A 44 47 Bible. That's a 44 47 bible 844 47 Bible. Have you seen what's happening with the stock market record highs every day. How long could this possibly go on for? By the way, this is exactly what happened right before the 2000 dot com bubbles burst. Remember that protect your savings and retirement by putting them into something safe, like real gold and silver? I'm not talking about gold or silver stocks, but into real gold is over. You can actually.
"eight cities" Discussed on KOMO
"Stopped by Cam Ward. That would be former Hartford and Carolina announcer John Force. Lind hired Called cracking games on route sports television, Major League Baseball and the Players Association. Still talking about whether to delay the start of Cactus League games in Arizona, eight city leaders have signed a letter expressing safety concerns about the coronavirus cases in the Phoenix area course. The Mariners play ball in Peoria for the first time since 2013 9th overall No candidate got enough votes to go into the baseball Hall of Fame. Cooperstown still has an induction ceremony this summer for the class of 2020, Larry Walker, Ted Simmons and Derek Jeter snowing in Corvallis, Oregon today. Fortunately, the Washington Husky women's basketball team playing the OS, you Beavers inside Slats Gill Coliseum. Sports A 10 and 40 After the hour, Bill Swartz Come on. News are come on news time now for 11. Thank you. Bill. Markets are awaiting the results of a meeting of the Federal Reserve, which ends tomorrow, along with a bunch of corporate earnings reports bankrate dot coms chief financial analyst Greg McBride with a closer look and come was Tom Color choices. The first Fed meeting of the year. Certainly coming with a lot of economic turmoil surrounding it. Certainly, you know, I think the Fed is clearly focused on the downside risks to the economy. Of course you know the virus. Surging, you know, even higher than had been a previous meetings, job losses again on the rise instead of recovering jobs on business failures and ongoing concerns. I think the Point that Chairman Powell make abundantly clear is that the Fed is a long, long way from raising interest rates are dialing in any other combination. What is one takeaway from this meeting for consumers and business owners? It might be kind of Ah, So if something they have in common here, well, you know, I think that there was a little bit of concern at the start of the year. We so long term rates bump up and you know there's optimism but vaccines that a lot of pent up demand that you know, we said, might be forced to raise interest rates sooner than expected. And you know the chair pal is already kind of start to throw cold water on that, you know, expect him to reiterate that message that the Fed is going to keep rates low for a long, long time. They want businesses and consumers that have the confidence to go out. Borrow and spend. Which is what's needed to regenerate the economy. That said, like to pull the rug out from under is inflation, something that we should be concerned about what? We're gonna hear a lot about it. We already are this year. A lot of that's just because there's some pent up demand. But then there's also the really low bar. Last year. The price index actually declined last spring. So even if the price index stays exactly where it is today, it'll look like inflation is accelerating in the months ahead because of the low bar set last year. A lot of that is just temporary. So you're gonna have to kind of filter through that. We'll hear a lot about inflation, but so far no indicators that we have to worry about a permanent jump. At least not in the near term, Greg. It seems like almost everything has been done. That could be done. But his arm or the Fed can do to stimulate the economy. The one remaining tool that they have is they could shift more their bond purchases to longer term bonds. The benefit of that is that would help keep things like mortgage rates really well, Housing is going gangbusters, people refinancing their mortgages and saving a couple 100 bucks a month. That's very stimulative to the economy. So if need be, I expect that they would put that tool into effect. Not something they're going to do now, but definitely something I think that will get rolled out at some point here, 2021. All right, thanks As always, for your insight. That's his bankrate dot coms. Chief financial analyst Greg McBride and the interview with Cuomo's Tom Mother. Thank you, Tom are co Moh news time now for 14. Right back to the roads, we go coma traffic every 10 minutes on the force from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. How we looking Marina. Just really not getting any relief south on I five. If you have to get into the South Center area or past that the backup begins in the Duwamish curves, and it is solid. It's just solid all the way down towards the 5 16 interchange because of an earlier tanker truck fire. Had several lanes blocked at one point Now it's just the two right lanes, but there's still dealing with the aftermath, and that's why things are so tough on North found four or five, leaving the South Center area upto 167, where that roadway is also solid, leaving Renton. Down towards the Count de Moyne road. We're seeing some pressure on highway 99 as well, leaving the going through the sea attack area down towards Des Moines area and 509 even starting to see some slowdowns there to the other big issue we have is in the Monroe area on Highway on I five hurt me on Highway two. Eastbound it Chelsea Road. We still have all lanes blocked, so that's just before you get to highway 203 westbound lanes have been reopened, but eastbound still blocked because of a collision in that area. Your next tumble traffic it for 24 no trouble yet going over the mountain passes. We are looking at.
"eight cities" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"So it's It's a fun community. It's also a community with an eye toward making history specifically to break the Guinness world record for the longest ice cream sundae. So we came to see just how world record gets set and to be a part of this monumental event we're going to be helping we're volunteering would say You're scooping arm. All right? Very strong. All right, I'll get double scoop. Good. Alright, Very Neil is the third generation owner of House of flavors. Lovington landmark that's been making and serving ice cream for over 70 years. And what's the official link? You know, we set out to be 2640 ft. Long were actually 2975 ft. Log, 2900 and 75. I mean, that's more than half of mile eight City blocks. I'm ice cream if Levington can pull it off. They'll beat the existing record held by a town in New Zealand by more than 1000 FT. Roughly 18,000 scoops of ice cream £800 of chocolate syrup 600 cans of whipped cream between two and 3000 Cherries. And the amazing thing is All of that is donated for Christmas. From the 900 gallons of ice cream to the 358 ft Long tables he eight inches. To the 3000 Ft of Brand spanking new rain Gutter Fit will act as the serving dish. We're gonna be putting it in place so that we can fill it up with tons of ice cream and cream and chocolate sauce. All the good stuff that we love about our ice cream That'll work. It's all about pulling together, says downtown, letting tonight marketing manager Jin Tumen who came up with the idea, So we have this awesome sense of community. And togetherness, and we're all willing to help on things together. We would love to help building an eight block long trough for frozen creamy. The old way of living with diabetes is a pain you've got to remember to do your testing, and you always need to be sticking your fingers. The new way To live your life with diabetes is with a continuous.
"eight cities" Discussed on Northern Kentucky Spotlight
"And welcome to the northern kentucky spotlight. I'm katherine niro alongside jeremy. Sh- ran the marketing and communications director for the northern kentucky chamber of commerce. And we've got a special guest coming up in just a bitch jeremy right next year. Yeah yup are very end. Courtney is going to talk about All the things grant related through all of our cities like all of our like a bunch of our cities are trying to help out their small businesses and get them some needed dollars. say open. So courtney let's talk about it. Tell us about some of these cities and what they're doing to help out small businesses. Yeah we've been really lucky in northern kentucky that number cities have stepped up to really help our businesses And there's kind of two primary thing. So i'm not gonna i'm not gonna talk about it by just wanna give a quick shout Thank you to them So back in the fall. The governor announced that the state was gonna be waving its alcohol license These and it was encouraging a lot of the local jurisdictions to do the same in being the chamber that we are having a lot of especially restaurants bars as members were really deeply impacted by all the closures. This is a great opportunity to draft. We help them. So we reached out in contacted a lot of cities encouraging them to to provide this release in we're excited to announce that we have eight people Eight hundred eight cities One as of last week most recently that the did end up waving their alcohol on licensed. So that would be a alexandria. Crestview heels dayton taxi for thomas forthright independence newport as last week. A union did as well so that was a tremendous that was some great targeted relief to those businesses. Which were really grateful for And then we also kind of more more. Well-known is the The business relief programs so a lot of our largest cities in northern kentucky and a few smaller ones Stepped up in provided grants on the we reached out to let them know a went to apply and where to apply. And i think they got some great feedback and provide a great relief but The city of alexandria covington independence. Four thomas fort..
"eight cities" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Ryan puts the full show up there every day and then you know, interviews or segment so If you miss anything, go back there and enjoy it. Okay, but big things. Showing how the FBI informant the FBI was telling their informant to spy on the Trump campaign. Yeah, and yet the FDA and why is that a big deal? Because, Comey said, we never spied. We never spied. Yeah, And it shows how the guy that wrote the dossier was connected to a woman that was one of the big people called to say that. Yes, I was a witness. Trump should be impeached of the Ukrainian. Uh, phone call. I mean, it's all tied together. The government has been working hard the deep state to get rid of Trump as we know, And it's all coming out These documents. Where's bar? Where's during what a clown show that was Second thing. I think you need to know a black lives matter. Antifa guy named John Sullivan was arrested. By the FBI. He made videos. He went by a guy named Jesus is a nickname or pseudo name was Jade. An X on social media. He was there. He claimed the FBI and a fox News that he was. There is a documentarian taking video camera footage. This that blah, blah, blah. All right. Turns out this guy is a big time Trump hater and chief a guy BLM guides all over social media. His brother James. Told the Soul eight city FBI about his brother if you saw him down there And now Rudy Giuliani. Has tweeted out a screenshot. Screenshot of a text a conversation that he was having with this guy. James Solomon James told Rudy I'm currently working with the FBI to expose and place total blame on John That's his brother. And 226 members of Antifa that instigated the capital Riot buddy of Mine Watch the entire two hour video that was on by the way, John's website. Or social media, and he's like, Dude, there's so many shady looking characters, not many at all. If any, look like actual Trump supporters. It was a total setup to try to make us late. They released a bunch of people dressed as Trump supporters by wearing a hat. Make us all look bad and trash the president. He was. He was literally impeached over this garbage Anyway. Third thing I think you need to know is that China Doug Ducey put out a tweet saying Joe Biden is a good man. He looks forward to working with him, and he just really wants to serve this country. That's what it is really didn't say a damn thing like that about Donald Trump, did you? Establishment stooge. Um, Also, he said that juice. He said that Trump deserves some blame for what happened to the capital. I mean it you these people are exposing themselves. Like never before And you know, we all see it. We can take the power back. By the way. One of the things you can't do is vote Kelly Ward to be the Arizona GOP chair person. If you're if you're one of those awesome my precinct committee people that was elected and you get to vote on the state Party leader for the Republican Party. Do not let it be Kelli Ward. She's part of this mess. She can act like she's doing other stuff. I'm sorry. She's part of she created them as she was irresponsible. Not getting enough people to be ballot watchers. Everything else. Give it a minute. Give me a break. Gimme a break. I'm over it. The new blood three things I think you need to know. Um There are so many people that are upset with all this stuff that's happening so many On By the way, there's even the gateway pundit has this story about this John Sullivan, who was arrested That he was there. Can you play? We'll get the calls in just a second. Ryan, can you play the audio that you just put in was yet to bleep out the s bomb 26 seconds in, you know, I'm talking about where this John Sullivan, Who's the BLM Antifa guy Hates Trump claimed to just be a trump supporter. They're filming everything in the capital. Arrested. He was there with a CNN photo journalist. Yes, he was there with a CNN photojournalist. Um, and they were celebrating. My name is Jade sacker. They were celebrating. The riot at the Capitol. You have it. You go. Do you believe about the s bomb? OK, so make sure cool. Here we go. Listen to this, isn't.
New EU Travel Restrictions, Country By Country, As Covid-19 Rates Soar
"Cases of covid nineteen are rising in some places exceeding the numbers of the earliest weeks of the pandemic and restrictions are once again descending as of Friday more than forty six, million French people in thirty eight cities and regions are living under overnight curfew lockdowns have returned to Slovakia the Czech Republic and island among others here in the United Kingdom, we live beneath a three tier regime of limitations which might feel even more of an imposition if anybody understood any of them. All that being the case grounds for optimism may seem difficult to spot. But while we may not have a solution, we should by now have a better understanding of the problem and hopefully some sharp ideas about means of containing covid nineteen, which don't result in ailments worse than those associated with the virus itself.
XFL cancels return season because of coronavirus pandemic
"The XFL has canceled the remainder of its return season because of the corona virus pandemic the league's teams played five games of a ten game regular season schedule in eight cities commissioner Oliver luck released a statement saying that the league's decision had been made with the health and safety of the entire XFL families as a top priority luck did stress that the XFL will be back it was a revival of the XFL the played just one season in two thousand one the league had teams in New York Washington Los Angeles Houston Seattle Dallas St Louis and Tampa I'm Josh Rowntree
San Francisco, 6 California Counties on Lockdown
"Northern California is taking the most drastic step in the state to slow the spread of the corona virus six counties in the San Francisco Bay Area or being told to shelter in place starting at midnight this means people must stay home as businesses virtually shut down for the next two weeks on the opposite end eighty eight cities in southern California are closing all bars and fitness centers and making restaurants takeout only about eighty five percent of California's six million public school students will be home this week schools are closing to contain the spread of corona virus the length of time varies by district with some canceling classes for up to five weeks most college students are also back home as classes go online and dorms empty out
Dallas among 8 cities DEA says traffickers use as major hubs to distribute meth in US
"A Texas tops the list of the most cities that have a math problem that D. aces Dallas Houston and el Paso are among the nation's top eight cities for meth distribution including crystal meth the city's oversee part of a million dollars in federal funds to target meth traffickers the agency says it will work with local prosecutors and state troopers to get the dangerous drugs off the streets the D. A. list the other major hubs New Orleans Phoenix Atlanta Los Angeles and St Louis most math come from Mexico and traffickers are becoming increasingly sneaky and summer disguising shipments of meth in shipments of
Airbnb is offering lots of experiences. Results may vary.
"Search airbnb as experiences listings here in Baltimore and you could sign up for print making king slash dance workshop. Attend a private concert in a musician's home or play bubble soccer encased in a giant inflatable ball the company known mostly for its short term. Rentals wants an even bigger share of the roughly one hundred eighty billion dollar tours and activities industry AIRBNB. We just hired a former top Disney executive to run its experiences business all as it's gearing up for an IPO expected later this year and grappling thing with concerns about safety and fraud. Eric Jenkins as a staff writer at fortune. Where he's written about airbnb challenges airbnb basically gets hit from. I'm from to France on one side of his the regulatory issues that have plagued it for years now. Cities are basically realizing over time. That people are using AIRBNB and away bad that does not quite benefit the actual people who live in the cities. Because now there's a you know a a lack of housing units that are dwindling because more of the housing units are being used for short-term housing and Airbnb when that of course just drives the price up on the other hand recently. Some controversy regarding you know sort of trust and safety issues. There was a a mass shooting in a house out in a Arinda California where five people died right on that same day. The website vice had published an article. Oh about a nationwide sort of scam. That had encompassed all these different people over the course of I think it was like eight cities and close to a hundred different listings and things like that. What steps has the company taken to address. Some of these concerns. Yes so they have decided to do one hundred percents verification of uh-huh and experiences. They are going to go through all their listings using a combination of their own reviews. That are already on the platform to kind kind of come to this conclusion about whether things such as photographs. You know the cleanliness of the apartment. The basic amenities are all accurate. And say what they are another question looming before a company goes public is whether it's profitable. What do we know about whether AIRBNB MAKES MONEY. And and and how much AIRBNB has said for the last two years that they are profitable on hepatitis basis. So that basically means that they are You know profitable profitable before all the things like taxes and interest and things like that come into play to let investors know. We think that were pretty much on the path to profitability. We can't know for sure until they file there there. S One perspectives and open their books up to the public so if this company is trying to become sort sort of all things travel is there a risk of losing the cool factor. I think so. I think it's a fundamental philosophical question that the company is going to have to grapple with. You know people love airbnb because it offers that sort of live like a local mantra but you talk to people who use the service and they kind of feel that it's becoming more more just another sort of real estate broker. I'm so I think they'll definitely have to Work hard to to maintain that because now they are public company they will have the the scrutiny of the public look markets and the investors are. GonNa want them to tap into new pools of revenue as much of the town. But they also have to do that Without selling out if you will. That's Eric Jenkins Gins staff writer at Fortune as AIRBNB EXPANDS ITS EXPERIENCES BUSINESS AHEAD OF ITS IPO. More anecdotes are piling up about less than favorable favorable Experiences using the platform in response to that expose nearly a thousand people wrote into vice with complaints ranging from the a classic bait and switch to charges for fake damages to hosts pressuring guests to leave five star
Council approves more funds to bus homeless out of King County
"Taking on the homeless crisis one bus ticket at a time yesterday the king county council proved more funding for programs of bus the homeless outside the city on the homeward bound program the county pays for a one way ticket for any homeless person anywhere in the US councilmember Reagan done back to program done also has a counter proposal the county's plan to create a regional Housing Authority to fight the homeless crisis instead of appointing experts once elected officials from the authority this call was elected officials from the city third from the county and a third from the thirty eight cities outside of see also third a third a third working together to try and put a regional policy for his statement county executive Dow Constantine said in part he'll continue to work with the county council but will not support any changes that service simply rearranged the deck
GM's car-sharing service is pulling out of eight cities
Testing T-Mobile's new TV service
"Talking tech is brought to you by wicks dot com. Create and publish a stunning website all from one powerful platform, go to wicks dot com to create your very own professional website today. That's w I x dot com in stay tuned after the show to hear you can take advantage of special offer for talking tech listeners T mobile has a new TV service called peevish in. But is it any good? What's going on armored smear in for a vacationing Jefferson Graham today, and this is talking tech? So I got to go hands on with T Mobile's new TV service, which is called TV station. They're launching this in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago among other cities, eight cities and all and the service is delivered over the internet versus co ax cable. So I got to go hands on with this thing, and it's very much not for court cutters. This is not targeting cord cutters in any way, it's an alternative to cable TV and T mobile. Sees it as a better alternative. So for one hundred bucks a month. You get a whole bunch of channels all the channels. You're familiar with. And of course, you can add all the premiums on top of that T mobile is promising Nobil creep. Now, you do need to keep your high speed internet connection for all this to work. And this is where all my head scratching starts because if you ditch the cable part of your bundle with your cable provider, your monthly internet service is definitely going to go up not really saving money here. But again, this is an alternative. So you get all the channels as you want. You get a giant DVR which has space for four hundred hours of HD programming. Plus, it's all personalized when you first turn on your TV. There's this nice big screen with at least five channels playing. And the biggest channel is the one that the personalization engine thinks you wanna watch at that moment in time. Then there's a whole bunch of stuff from your DVR, again, all personalized the stuff that thinks you wanna watch and then on demand shows as well. So I give them credit for all the personalization. That's something. We haven't really seen in a big way on typical cable or satellite. Then you've got apps, but the apps are lacking right now at launched there's YouTube. Job. There's Pandora there's I heart radio. But after that, it kind of falls off pretty fast, they are promising Amazon and Netflix by the end of the year. But again, if you want those right now you have to switch to a different input. There's also Alexa and Google functionality as well if you have one of those devices, but you kind of have to ask everything in very unnatural ways. Like, you know, say the word S T vision to search for game of thrones or ask TV kitchen to tune into a particular channel. It's probably just easier to do those things on your remote, with the exception of searching, there's Facebook and Twitter support, but not good enough to replace what you can do on your phone a much, faster and better way. And again, I'm kind of scratching my head with this one. Because if I want to save money, I'm going to cut the cord, and I'm going to get access to all the apps I could want by purchasing something like Roku and apple TV or chrome cast or a fire TV if a want cable, I'm going to get a bundle. And I'm going to save money on cable, and I'm also going to get some of those sports channels that you can only get. Cable like sports net. L A, for instance, in Los Angeles that carries the dodgers and Also Sunday ticket if I'm on direct TV, this leaves TV in a tricky place at least for now, I think that it is a nice alternative to cable in the future. But right now the service is just not there. But again, everything talk about could be remedied with software updates. And I think the real vision of TV kitchen might be realized in the future when team oh will deliver all of this over its own five G wireless network. Thanks so much for listening to talking tech arch mirro and thanks to Jefferson for letting me take over the podcast. If you want to listen to my podcast, it's called rich on tech. So search for it. And my book is one hundred one Andy tech tips for the iphone it's available on Amazon. Now. Thanks for listening. Have a great day. Sometimes having a great idea is the easy part getting people to hear about your idea. Not always so simple. But now there's wicks at wicks dot com. You can start and publish your website. For free wicks artificial design intelligence creates a stunning website for you in just a few minutes. 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