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"eighty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:55 min | 9 months ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"WFLA after a beautiful weekend across the Tampa area the warm weather in the sunshine continues into the work week tonight temperatures will fall to near sixty seven degrees by Monday morning so not quite as comfortable about start to our day when you step out the door Monday afternoon highs will be near eighty five a lot of sunshine that's very average for this time of year and highs will stay in the mid eighties through the next eight days a week cold front does trying to sneak through on Thursday with a low chance for a few showers a news channel eight meteorologist Amanda Holly news radio WFLA streaming on your Amazon echo and over two thousand devices via the I heart radio at I heard radio wants to help with that chance and one thousand dollars the nationwide key word thanks to two hundred two hundred you'll get a confirmation text info standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest that two two hundred two hundred and what is the point of bailing out banks or they're just gonna loan back the money that doesn't exist to us again it seems like it's a house of cards that could end the end wind up hurting more people than than the disease it is a joke Republicans say that the urgency around this bill the only folks at the emergency around our folks like Ruth's Chris steak house leader McConnell to our cities and states are cops and firemen and teachers is one hundred eighty eight days coast to coast from order to order to shine the for our final news roundup and information overload my limits Skynyrd's simple man and when you hear that it can only mean one thing news roundup information overload our all things bill o'reilly dot coms Mister Riley Sir are you still social distancing which I think is probably easy but are you wearing your mask are you going out or you you basically sheltering in place what's going on how are you Sir all right number one I like this numbers you and on the social this insane I mean I would have IT is telling his vast audiences that no one would want to hang with the Riley and that's not all that stuff I'm just trying to be funny exactly only last week you said the master made me look better no I said I understood why you would want to wear one I didn't call you ugly I never worry why because these are beautiful our times implying that I'm a murder you know system used to it now well let's get to that after we run down my resume of and I'm back so my philosophy is that I am cooperating in via west to beat this virus down so therefore I do have the six feet tall and when I go out to pick up food or anything I give my credit card and dance so I have to spend any time I just go in and get a bag and I go back to the car I don't wear the mask because.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:49 min | 9 months ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on WTVN

"Glad you with US one hundred eighty eight days till you are the ultimate jury you have to decide the future of this country we are at a tipping point and a lot at stake Reagan said we are but one generation freedom is one generation away from extinction it's the by the way all of this is on the line new green deal free market capitalism that is created more wealth more prosperity has been we did where we have literally built a system of governance where the individual brilliance of every citizen can be brought to the forefront and not only do we never abuse our power well we have a times when a perfect country in this sense but what we really do with our power we cumulate it and we advance the entire world human condition time and time again and we're even getting there now and we will get to that we have a medical update we're gonna get to today with doctor oz's hope all explain in a minute bill Riley is here today the I. believers are nowhere to be found what a shock the very same people we will compare and contrast what they said in the capital case and what they're not saying or not being asked now because it is breathtaking hypocrisy I'm I got up this is really cool I told you about the the nail salon image that was sent to me where there's like eight eight plexi glass barrier where it's almost six feet of social distancing that separates the the worker from the person that's giving the manicure from the person that's getting a manicure and what happens when they have this huge plexiglass both people in masks and they have a little slot open like a thanks a lot where you can patch okay a pass cash through and then the person will get the the manicure not me but others that like that sort of thing I've never gotten one never will he discussed that at length on this program but anyway it intrigued me and we asked Dr oz about it yesterday in terms of because I didn't think I don't know I wasn't thinking creatively maybe that can work if everybody's in a mask if the standard is that New York would have starved to death but for the people that stock the shelves then if everybody's in a mask and you have the social distancing and you have the barrier in place is that safe enough all of the medical experts decide but to me it's very creative it's it's ingenuity at its best people are thinking I love it the same I got a picture today from a friend and restaurant of the future because I've been worried about how to open restaurants well one of the things that doing in Texas their only allowing you to governor Abbott was on TV the other night twenty five percent occupancy a lot of distance within the restaurant the people the waiters the you know the bartenders the the everybody's in masks in the restaurant at the all these guys want to get back to work I want them to get back to work I know they've got mortgages and rent to pay and car payments and kids in school it's it's been tough on all of them and I know many of them are getting aid but not you know they want to go back to work most people I thought that dying to get back to work anyway so this picture imagine this it's like a table of say twelve little more distant than usual but you have everyone is surrounded by plexi glass at a pretty high level and I thought this was creative maybe this can help us re open America's restaurant I don't know how you do the bar thing I've talked at length about what I believe would stay ATM so we can do I will repeat myself but I love that everybody's thinking here now on the treatment fronts are we have some good news well we'll get into more of this in detail with Dr oz but even Dr Anthony Fauci has confirmed reports that broke this afternoon that this clinical trial for the corona virus drug we've we have discussed a lot the passes of the RNA drugs that we talk more about the very beginning rem disappear and it is a randomized international trial and the drug rem disappear has resulted in quite good news and I'm quoting Dr Fauci said the drug shortening the period patients experience symptoms and potentially slightly reducing the mortality rate what it has proven is that a drug can block this virus calling the development quote his words very optimistic but those who took the drug out she said it took less time to recover average eleven days compared to fifteen days for those in the control group that received a placebo in other words everyone has wanted clinical trial clinical trial clinical trial well in the beginning we don't have time for clinical trial it was Dr oz rightly said you know you go to war with the army that you have not the one you wish you had while you're doing the studies and we got the the study back from this virologist in France that in fact was very Kerr encouraging as relates to hydroxy Clark win another study in China although I'm not too I'm skeptical of anything that comes out of their way I did not like the VA studying as much as the people that received hydroxy Cork when remember was retroactive that study and the people they got a very late in the process many of them you know it was over by that time so I didn't think that was particularly accurate or helpful that was my interpretation and doctor his doctors that I've interviewed but does so this is this is you know this is an improvement now what room disappear showing is the mortality rate trended improvement eight percent versus eleven percent no I won't say that statistically still significant the primary endpoint of time of recovery to me is significant eleven days versus fifteen days or eight thirty one percent improvement it for those using ram disappear again this is a real for the first hi power successful randomized trial comparing a placebo to a covert nineteen fighting drugs what does that mean that means okay this is information we can use to open up our country faster you know with all the talk of you know how the president you know when the president said what have you got to lose with hydroxy Cork when what where why was the president saying that well what is the first rule of medicine do no harm okay well I bought the what convinced me more than anything else the definitive statement on hydroxy Cork when I believe comes from the.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:58 min | 9 months ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on KTRH

"What is the point of bailing out banks or they're just gonna loan back the money that doesn't exist to us again it seems like it's a house of cards that could end the end wind up hurting more people than than the disease it is a joke Republicans say that the urgency around this bill the only folks at the emergency around our folks like Ruth's Chris steak house leader McConnell said to our cities and states are cops and firemen and teachers it is one hundred eighty eight days in jail coast to coast in order to order to shine the for our final news roundup and information overload eleven Skynyrd's simple man and when you hear that it can only mean one thing news roundup information overload our all things bill o'reilly dot coms Mister Riley Sir are you still social distancing which I think is probably easy but are you wearing your mask are you going out or you you basically sheltering in place what's going on how are you Sir all right number one I like this Sir number on the social this insane I mean I would have really is telling his vast audiences that no one would want to hang with the Riley and that's not all that stuff I'm just trying to be funny exactly only last week you said the master made me look better no I said I understood why you would want to wear one I didn't call you ugly I never work he wanted to go online news are beautiful this New York times implying that I'm a murderer you know since I'm used to it now well let's get to that after we run down my resume of and I met so my philosophy is that I am cooperating in law west to beat this virus down so therefore I do have this six feet tall and when I go out to pick up food or anything I give my credit card and dance so I have to spend any time I just go in and get a bag and I go back to the car I don't wear the mask because they really don't go in anywhere where there are the people by the way I do wear the mask and I go grocery shopping every week at least once or twice and you know what bill the guys that stock the shelves they they don't need to re open because they've been there at the epicenter of this the whole time with their masks and gloves on in all of us and sustaining us without them we wouldn't have stock shelves and they're all healthy I talk to them every week well I would pay money to watch you go grocery shopping number one yep that's me what does that mean I just want to know what you did you buy chocolate milk we know that I'm not very simple man when it comes to my diet you know I'm like man arek sick because I want to lose weight and I did now I'm alive at dinner with you though I you don't want to get your hand in between Hannity and as for just want to tell everybody that but anyway you know I'm a I'm a guy who believes that the public health is endangered and I am gonna do everything I can to make sure that the transmission is not spread by me or anybody I know and I think that's what ninety percent of Americans are doing I do it because I love when I go out and I'm outside I find like a cloudless because when you're indoors too much I hate it and so be it just getting out doing chores going around talking to people which I do because I never showed up but I'm like you and I want but I wear because I want others to be safe I ran your ideas up the flag pole R. I spoke with Randy Levine and I because I want Yankee Stadium to open I want to have I want to have people bite get tickets I'm and I think if we have temperature checks well let me back track if everyone that works at Yankee Stadium players coaches trainers ticket takers food handlers all get cold it nineteen tested before the game and then everybody goes through they have these they've literally you can walk through it's like a turnstile temperature taker thing and everybody has to wear masks at the game you know he wants to open and I mentioned you said may fifteenth with just know it but don't don't crowd at all yeah I want to get people in the seats as soon as possible so we're on the same page and safely are you like your idea good because it should happen we need morale in this country but what I said today on bill o'reilly dot com is my lead story it's anarchy verses social distancing and that's my lead story I give it two more weeks and that's all the American public is going to be able to take and of course I back it up with facts last weekend in Orange County forty thousand people went to the beach on the ninety five degrees yep all right the governor told him not to the local officials over not to they went no I'm not condoning it I'm reporting it that's an arcade so forty thousand people said blanket I'm going to the beach and blanket isn't what you said on it's a euphemism for another word and I saw that I saw what happened Michigan when the crazy governor there so you can't buy seeds and you can't go to your second house and I saw what happened last night in Brooklyn when they had a funeral for a rabbi and hundreds of people showed up and didn't do anything no dismissing at all so that tells me that we had about two more weeks of this lockdown and then people are going to go you know what I've had enough I'm gonna go out I'll be responsible but I'm gonna go out and I really believe that's what's going to happen I I don't think you're wrong but I'm going to say this and it may surprise you I will urge anyone that does go out to continue to wear a mask and I'm gonna put it on mine and they didn't do that at a funeral some of the needed well most of the funeral actually this was a and orthodox community that lost a rabbi and the mayors like threatening to arrest everybody most of the people that I saw had masks on and I would say I didn't see anybody in Huntington beach that had a mask on and I didn't see much social distancing either and I tried to shut it down it didn't work and I can tell you I would urge people to wear their masks I don't tell you what it's not for your sake probably the people young people your healthy I'm healthy we'd be okay but for others that we may come into contact with if we get a list for them as long as it takes you know when I don't want the country to reach a point where the population is rebelling against the public authorities I don't want that so I think that everybody has to understand that the tolerance level the people not being able to leave their homes it's coming to an end and reality is reality but it's going to happen so that we have to now switch and then all of our public officials have to say just as you said just as you said going out get away the mask and it may be an inconvenience it's got to do it for other people and I think most Americans will respond to that first I got a also thank you for something and I read your piece earlier this week that the press should be quarantined look I I said in two thousand and seven and eight and you were for to your in your piece with Ted Koppel Ted Koppel the last time I let him interview me was over an hour he used in a minute and seven seconds and it was edited fake news because it made him look great and he didn't even include my answer and it really ticked me off but anyway I and I know he blames people like you and me for you know the the horror of injecting opinion into news which is what a talk show host does we are talk show hosts and I I found it interesting but journalism is dead bill we have an information crisis in the country they are so agenda driven now an extension state run television state run newspapers they're all things extreme democratic socialist and they hate Donald Trump and that's it and it's ninety nine percent of them well it you know you're you want me to talk about the good thing with the New York times are not yet no I absolutely feel free I'm I'm mom I am very happy where I stand at this present moment and stay tuned okay so here's my take is that Hannity versus New York times thing of what the new York times did was your response well and it was done on purpose to heard Sean Hannity that's where you start it's almost exactly the same as what they did to Serra Pailin in two thousand seventeen and the lawsuit is set to begin on June twenty second here in New York City all right Taylor is suing The New York Times because the times implied that she and her political action committee were responsible for six people being gunned down in Arizona now that's absurd it's insane but that's what the new York times did the near times will lose out lawsuit I don't believe I don't know how much criminal get because he's a public figure it very hard for public figures to get damages but it's exactly the same as what they did to you there are scribing a gas to something that they didn't say I don't know don't be interesting factually they're wrong that's right put in their papers and and there were three separate times they were informed by me of my timeline I am I am a Nordic and that was the guy didn't take the cruise told him he took the cruise March first according my comments March ninth they are factually wrong that's right and you proved it because you have it on the tape so it is not like a he said she said so you watch the Pailin thing impaling wins all right then you're going to win because it's the same case no Nicholas and then the high school kid in Covington Kentucky he's also suing a New York times he's going to be a billionaire that kid he got millions from CNN they won't say how much but it's millions and he's also suing The New York Times because they did exactly the same thing to him they tried to hurt him and we're talking about a sixteen year old kid because he wore a maggot hat so the newspaper I tried to hurt him that's what this all comes down to it comes down to we wanna hurt bill o'reilly and for twenty years they try to do that we want to hurt you Sean Hannity we wanna hurt Serra Pailin we wanna heard Donald Trump so we're gonna use our power and our constitutional exceptions to do that once it gets into a lawsuit then that's malice so I hope you win I hope you expose them in a deposition where they're going to have to come in it's going to be unbelievable because then it if they lie under oath you can get him for perjury so that's my take on it I'm glad you had the guts to do it most people don't and good luck there is there's there's so much going on here at this moment right now we're at a crossroads when you have media and there's a reason I say they were mobbed because it's a mob set up the mob mob mindset and it's almost like who can be the most the biggest haters of trump no I hate hate hate trump no no no I hate hate hate triple eight double eight quadruple he trump it is you know they're all trying to out hate every you know be the bigger hater and they've lost all perspective stay right there bill o'reilly dot com all things bill o'reilly quick break by the way we've made.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

12:59 min | 9 months ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"What is the point of bailing out banks or they're just gonna loan back the money that doesn't exist to us again it seems like it's a house of cards that could end the end wind up hurting more people than than the disease Republicans say that the urgency around this bill the only folks at the emergency around our folks like Ruth's Chris steak house leader McConnell to our cities and states are cops and firemen and teachers is one hundred eighty eight days C. to shine the for our final news roundup and information overload right let's Skynyrd's simple man and when you hear that it can only mean one thing news roundup information overload our all things bill o'reilly dot coms Mister Riley Sir are you still social distancing which I think is probably easy but are you wearing your mask are you going out or you you basically sheltering in place what's going on how are you Sir all right number one I like this number yeah on the social distance thing I'm aware that Eddie is telling his vast audiences that no one would want to hang with the Riley and all that stuff I'm just that'd be the exact the last week you said the master made me look better no I said I understood why you would want to wear one that in call you ugly I never worry when they go online beautiful New York times implying that I'm a murderer you know since I'm used to it now well let's get to that after we run down my resume of and dammit so my philosophy is that I am cooperating in law last to beat this virus down so therefore I do have this six feet tall and when I go out to pick up food or anything I give my credit card and intense so I have to spend any time I just go in and get a bag and I go back to the car I don't wear the mask because they really don't go in anywhere where there are the people thank you wear the mask and I go grocery shopping every week at least once or twice and you know what bill of the guys that stock the shelves they they don't need to re open because they've been there at the epicenter of this the whole time with their masks and gloves on in all of us and sustaining us without them we wouldn't have stock shelves and they're all healthy I talk to them every week well I would pay money to watch you go grocery shopping number one exactly what does that mean I just want to know what you did you buy chocolate milk was or were you no I'm not coming very simple man when it comes to my diet you know I'm like man arek sick because I I want to lose weight and I did now live at dinner with you though I you don't want to get your hand in between Hannity and his fork just want to tell everybody that but anyway no I'm a I'm a guy who believes that the public health is endangered and I am gonna do everything I can to make sure that the transmission is not spread by me or anybody I know and I think that's what ninety percent of Americans are doing I do it because I love when I go out and I'm outside I find like a cloud lifts his when you're indoors too much I hate it and so be just getting out doing chores going around talking to people which I do because I've never shut up but I'm like you and I want but I wear because I want others to be safe I ran your ideas up the flag pole R. I spoke with Randy Levine and I because I want Yankee Stadium to open I want to have I want to have people bite get tickets arm and I think if we have temperature checks well let me backtrack if everyone that works at Yankee Stadium players coaches trainers ticket takers food handlers all get cold it nineteen tested before the game and then everybody goes through they have these they've literally you can walk through it's like a turnstile temperature taker thing and everybody has to wear masks at the game you know he wants to open and I mentioned you said may fifteenth with just know it but don't don't crowd at all yeah I want to get people in the seats as soon as possible so we're on the same page and safely he like your idea well good because it should happen we need morale in this country but what I said today on bill o'reilly dot com is my lead story it's anarchy verses social distancing and that's my lead story I give it two more weeks and that's all the American public is going to be able to take and of course I backed it up with facts last weekend in Orange County forty thousand people went to the beach on the ninety five degrees yep all right the governor told him not to the local officials over not to they went no I'm not condoning it wording it that anarchy so forty thousand people said blanket I'm going to the beach and blanket isn't what you said on it's a euphemism for another word and I saw that I saw what happened Michigan when the crazy governor there said you can't buy seeds and you can't go to your second house and I saw what happened last night in Brooklyn when they had a funeral for a rabbi and hundreds of people showed up and didn't do anything no dismissing at all so that tells me that we had about two more weeks of this lockdown and then people are going to go you know what I've had enough I'm gonna go out I'll be responsible but I'm going to go out and I really believe that's what's going to happen I I don't think you're wrong but I'm going to say this and it may surprise you I will urge anyone that does go out to continue to wear a mask and I'm gonna tell you I don't mind then they didn't do that the funeral some of the minute well most of the funeral actually this was a and the orthodox community that lost a rabbi and the mayors like threatening to arrest everybody most of the people that I saw had masks on and I would say I didn't see anybody in Huntington beach that had a mascot and I didn't see much social distancing either and I tried to shut it down it didn't work and I can tell you I would urge people to wear their masks I don't tell you what it's not for your sake probably the people young people your healthy I'm healthy we'd be okay but for others that we may come into contact with if we get a list for them as long as it takes you know when I don't want the country to reach a point where the population is rebelling against the public authorities I don't want that so I think that everybody has to understand that the tolerance level the people not being able to leave their homes it's coming to an end and reality is reality but it's going to happen so that we have to now switch and then all of our public officials have to say you get just as you said just as you said going out get away to mask and it may be an inconvenience you got to do it for other people and I think most Americans will respond to that first I gotta also thank you for something and I've read your piece earlier this week that the press should be quarantined look I I said in two thousand and seven and eight and you referred to your in your piece with Ted Koppel Ted Koppel the last time I let him interview me was over an hour he used in a minute and seven seconds and it was edited fake news because it made him look great and he didn't even include my answer and it really ticked me off but anyway I and I know he blames people like you and me for you know the the horror of injecting opinion into news which is what about talk show host does we are talk show hosts and I I found it interesting but journalism is that bill we have an information crisis in the country they are so agenda driven now an extension state run television state run newspapers they're all things extreme democratic socialist and they hate Donald Trump and that's it and it's ninety nine percent of them well it you know you're you want me to talk about the good thing with the New York times are not yet no I love that because I feel free I'm I'm are I am very happy where I stand at this present moment and stay tuned okay so here's my take is that Hannity versus New York times thing what The New York Times did was your response double and it was done on purpose to heard Sean Hannity that's we start it's almost exactly the same as what they did to Serra Pailin in two thousand seventeen and the lawsuit is set to begin on June twenty second here in New York City all right Taylor is suing The New York Times because the times implied that she and her political action committee were responsible for six people being gunned down in Arizona now that's absurd it's insane but that's what the new York times did the near times will lose that lawsuit I don't believe I don't know how much criminal get because she's a public figure very hard for public figures to get damages but it's exactly the same as what they did to you there are scribing a death to something that they didn't say I will know they'll be interesting factually they're wrong that's really putting their paper and and they were three separate times they were informed by me of my timeline I am a big Nordic and Alice the guy didn't take the cruise told him he took the cruise March first according my comments March ninth they are factually wrong that's right and you proved it because you have it on the tape so it is not like a he said she said so you watch the paling thing appealing wins all right then you're going to win because it's the same case Nicholas Hammond the high school kid in Covington Kentucky he's also suing a New York times he's going to be a billionaire the kids he got millions from CNN they would say how much but it's millions and he's also suing The New York Times because they did exactly the same thing to him they tried to hurt him and we're talking about a sixteen year old kid because he wore a maggot hat so the newspaper he tried to hurt him that's what this all comes down to it comes down to we wanna hurt bill o'reilly over twenty years they try to do that we want to hurt Sean Hannity we wanna hurt Serra Pailin we wanna heard Donald Trump we're gonna use our power and our constitutional exceptions to do that once it gets into a lawsuit then that's malice so I hope you win I hope you expose them in a deposition where they're going to have to come in it's going to be unbelievable because then it if they lie under oath you can get him for perjury so that's my take on it I'm glad you had the guts to do it most people don't and good luck there is there's there's so much going on here at this moment right now we're at a crossroads when you have media and there's a reason I say they were mobbed because it's a mob set my mind set and it's almost like who can be the most the biggest haters of trump no I hate hate hate trump no no no I hate hate hate triple eight double eight quadruple the trump it is you know they're all trying to allocate you know be the bigger hater and they've lost all perspective stay right there bill o'reilly dot com all things bill o'reilly quick break by the way we've made.

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Astronaut craves salsa and surf after record 11 months aloft

Orlando's Morning News

00:25 sec | 1 year ago

Astronaut craves salsa and surf after record 11 months aloft

"A swim in the Gulf of Mexico pair with chips and salsa will be the first for NASA astronaut Christina cope when she returns to earth next week having achieved a historic first the longest single space flight for a woman with more than three hundred days on the ISS that record was previously held by retired NASA astronaut Peggy Winston who's at the record of two hundred eighty eight days in twenty seventeen cooks are passed the milestone back in this December when she hit two hundred and eighty nine consecutive days in

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US astronaut sets record for longest spaceflight by a woman

AP News Radio

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

US astronaut sets record for longest spaceflight by a woman

"NASA officials say Christina cook is broken the two hundred and eighty eight day record set by former space station commander Peggy which sent the forty year old cuckoos an electrical engineer from Montana has been in space since March fifteenth she's expected to spend a total of three hundred and twenty eight days on board the space station before breaking the insurance record for a woman in space cook said another milestone as part of the first all female space walking team in October I'm surely antler

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on KOMO

"This is a film about a woman in her twenties who lowers to man from a bar into a situation and ties them up and essentially is exacting revenge for the bullying habits they date that they did to her brother when they were in high school which caused her brother a lot of problems and it's one of those stories where more stuff is revealed as as you continue through the movie also has several twists and turns in it where it will you introduce other characters or other situations or or secret that you didn't realize that does change. of the story and who's getting bullied and why and and and how to react to it it's it's an interesting suspense movie and and on a low budget because it all pretty much takes place in this abandoned house in this pool but it does it does give you a really interesting what if scenario now it's very satisfying of course to watch a revenge movie everybody likes to you know see somebody get revenge on somebody who deserves it but there are other messages in this film there are touches on the reasons are bullying because the guys homosexual and and and what the results of that can be to a person eighty one who receives that bullying and that's what I think what raises it above a very standard thriller and into something that you can kind kinda makes a little bit more speculative on a social level right so how would you like to write this one let me give it a three and a half million pulls out of five okay thank you Kevin car twenty five past the hour on first light for this Friday October for with only eighty eight days left in twenty nineteen so the big red dial on the retro cast is pointing this day to October for nineteen fifty seven a lot of big things happen including the first human made objects sent into space to orbit the earth. yeah because scientific achievement rhizobia Russia in beating the United States of America in the race to launch the first man made mon has all humanity starring haven't worked for the miracle may well affect men kind is nothing before. and typically militarily politically all right by coincidence one of America's future space heroes John Glen van a young marine pilot was on the TV show name that tune that very evening major John Glenn junior the marine corps jet pilot what do you think of the Russian satellite which is circling the earth at eighteen thousand miles per hour. well to say the least you're there out of this world but. this is really quite an advancement for not only the Russians but for international science I think we all agree on that the first time anybody has ever been able to get anything out that far in space and keep it there for any length of time and this is probably the first step toward space traveler moon travel more down to earth on this day in October of nineteen fifty.

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Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping Jayme Closs, Murdering Her Parents

The Ray Lucia Show

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Man Pleads Guilty to Kidnapping Jayme Closs, Murdering Her Parents

"In a Wisconsin court Pederson pleads guilty to kidnapping thirteen year old Jimmy cross after I carry her parents last October understand that if the court Justice required a crude imposed two life sentences consecutively with a forty year sentence consecutive knowing that is still choose. To plead guilty cost was held for eighty eight days before she escaped in January.

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Jake Patterson Pleads Guilty in Jayme Closs Abduction and Murder of Parents

Washington Today

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Jake Patterson Pleads Guilty in Jayme Closs Abduction and Murder of Parents

"He killed her parents and kept the thirteen year old captive for three months today in Wisconsin courtroom, J Patterson, pleading guilty to two counts of homicide and one count of kidnapping his guilty. Plea will carry with it a life sentence after being held for eighty eight days Jenny class was able to escape from the small cabin where she was being held. She lived through a horrific ordeal, including being a witness to the shotgun deaths of her mother and

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Senate is looking at the FAA today, and how it certifies the air worthiness of new aircraft a second hearing is getting underway right about now. Earlier transportation secretary Elaine Chao was on the hot seat secretary Chao defended the FAA over concerns. It's too close to the aviation industry and the airline certification process. The FAA is a professional organization. There are forty four thousand people working at the FAA whose main mission every day is to ensure the safety of our travelling public. That said Chow says she is concerned about the issue and has ordered an audit of the certification process with Boeing seven thirty-seven max, which remain grounded after a pair of deadly crashes. Bill Rakoff CBS news Capitol Hill in Barron. Wisconsin twenty one year old Jake Paterson has entered a plea of guilty to the. Kidnapping of thirteen year old Johnny clause and the murderers of the girl's parents judge James Babbler, Mr. Patterson. Do you understand that by pleading guilty, you give up your right to trial in Santa by pleading guilty? Give up your right to remain silent. And that that silence could not be used against you at trial Patterson held clause in a remote cabin for eighty eight days before she managed to escape in January. Pittsburgh city council wants some new tougher gun controls in the wake of the October synagogue shootings, Katie K as Joe to steal Pennsylvania. Law says only the state can pass gun control a dislocation, but after the tree of life shootings in which eleven people died in October. Pittsburgh council has given preliminary approval to a ban on the use of certain assault style weapons and amunition chief co-sponsor Corey O'Connor reacts to gun rights groups who've our court challenge and to seek misdemeanor charges against members. Who voted yes, you know, if you want to prosecute us for standing up and fighting for our residents go for it. But I think it's the right thing to do. And that's what we're. Elected to do its words. Mayor supports the bills Joe studio, four CBS news. Pittsburgh, President Trump says he'll make the GOP the party of healthcare when and if the court strike down ObamaCare, we're coming up with plans. We have a lawsuit right now going where phase one of the lawsuit terminates ObamaCare, essentially terminates ObamaCare, you know, that. That's the Texas says CBS's Paula Reed. The problem is though Republicans the White House they have not put forth their own plant. So if they do want to push forward with this desire to repeal and replace ObamaCare. They're missing one critical aspect, which is what were they replace it with big Powerball jackpot tonight seven hundred fifty million dollars. I.

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Wisconsin man due in court on charges of kidnapping Jayme Closs and murdering her parents

The WCCO Morning News with Dave Lee

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Wisconsin man due in court on charges of kidnapping Jayme Closs and murdering her parents

"The man accused of kidnapping at thirteen year old Wisconsin, girl. In killing her parents scheduled to appear in court later this morning for what is being called a preliminary hearing Jake Paterson charged with homicide and kidnapping, he's accused of killing James and Denise class back in October fifteenth and kidnapping their daughter, Jamie. She of course, escaped on January tenth after eighty eight days. Patterson is expected to be in the courtroom for this morning's

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NPRNPR And UK discussed on The World

The World

00:10 sec | 2 years ago

NPRNPR And UK discussed on The World

"NPR news on Wall Street, the Dow Jones industrial average closed down twenty two points at twenty four thousand five hundred fifty three that's less than a tenth of a present. The nasdaq. Is up. This is NPR. In less than two months Britain is set to leave the European Union. And there is still no deal in sight. Larry Miller reports countries there are aggressively reaching out to nervous UK based companies. The Dutch investment agency says it's in talks with more than two hundred fifty British companies officials have reportedly offer UK firm significant incentives for relocating, including big personal income tax breaks this week. French president Macron hosted an investment summit for more than one hundred and forty British businesses. Under the banner of choose France. There's also strong competition for British business from other EU countries, including Germany on top of that a stark warning from Airbus which supports around one hundred and twenty five thousand British jobs. Ceo, Tom enders, says it's a disgrace business can't plan for Brexit. And that Airbus may need to make potentially very harmful decisions for the UK for NPR news. I'm Larry Miller in London, though, Wisconsin teenager who free. Herself from twenty one year old man now facing kidnapping and homicide. Charges will receive at least half of the fifty thousand dollar reward money that was offered while she was missing Jimmy costs managed to escape eighty eight days after both her parents were killed during the search for cost the Turkey plant that her parents worked for Genio offered twenty five thousand dollar a twenty five thousand dollars reward. And today, a company spokesman says that will be donated to help, Jamie. This is NPR.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"CEO trying to cleanse ourselves from just the disgusting. Details from the. Jamie clause kidnapping trial, the murder of her parents and that that poor girl. I mean, we are certainly thankful that she was able to escape. And just how courageous to have to go through all that eighty eight days. Think about that a thirteen year old girl thirteen having to go through that. But just now finding out the details of what she witnessed on the night that her parents were killed including being right there with her mother was killed in front of her. Showing courage to break away, even though. He threatened her. Able to get away from that house and get to safety, and we're just so thankful for that the community. There is a thankful for it, obviously. But. Sadly, she's going to have a lot to deal with and hopefully you'll find the right counselors and the right therapists to help her get through that getting a lot of feedback as to the defense of Jake Patterson, which as you heard Joe free Burke guy who's one of the best. If not the best defense attorney in town talking about sometimes, you just get hopeless cases. And this certainly appears to be one of those where the guy. Really, no redeeming qualities to this individual. Well, we can tell. And somebody who's admitted to to what they've done and the randomness of it and not really. You've got to defend somebody who was not a sympathetic character. In any way, we got a phone call about this. And it's something I was thinking about I'll be interested to hear. Because all the complaint says he saw Jamie get off the bus knew she was the one he was going to Jake was this something he had been planning for awhile. Was he looking for? People to kidnap keeping his eyes open because it doesn't seem like it was planned out. Very well in the sense that he had to keep her under a bed and boxes with laundry, baskets and weights, and it sounds like his father was in the home on some Saturday hearing about some of these details coming up which will come up this afternoon as we keep talking about it others keep talking about like Christmas kept her under the banner Christmas day for six to eight hours. But like, you said his father would show up at the house on Saturdays and the fear that she must have felt that if she made any sort of noise at all or tried to get away that. The punishment. She would face as just I mean just makes you makes you weep for that poor girl. She's been through think about the fact that what she saw the night that Jake Patterson came to her home and took her and killed both her parents in front of her then here's someone else in the home. And you don't know if he's someone who will help you if he's someone who will hurt who's who else is in. It's just terrifying. She's thirteen I mean, that's all you have to say his thirteen year old one fifty seven WCTC. Oh CBS news coming up local headlines overrated. Underrated properly rated we'll lighten things up coming up at ten. Stay with us.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

News & Talk 1380 WAOK

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK

"Four. A okay. NBC News Radio, I'm Phyllis. Hewlett president. Trump is ripping a New York Times report that the FBI opened an investigation in two thousand seventeen into whether he was working for Russia. Trump tweeted he's been far tougher on Russia than Obama Bush or Clinton Trump also took a swipe at what he called the failing New York Times and blasted the quote corrupt. Former leaders of the FBI several hundred thousand federal workers missed their first paychecks yesterday. While today is the record breaking twenty second day of the partial government shutdown. President Trump says he won't be declaring a national emergency at the border immediately, congress, you know, this. This is a fifteen minute meeting. I will declare a national emergency the house of representatives passed bills to fund the government and allow for negotiations on border security, but Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell says he won't bring those bills up for a vote in that chamber because they do not have the support of the president Los Angeles school. Teachers are ready to go on strike. Monday, overpay and class sizes. That's after last-ditch contract talks with LA unified school district collapsed yesterday, the head of the teacher's union called the district's latest offer inadequate the schools. Chief said the latest proposal has all the district. Can't afford officials in Wisconsin are recounting the relief. They felt when missing thirteen year old Jamie Kloss was found safe Barron county sheriff Chris Gerald says many sleepless nights were spent in the eighty eight days Kloss was missing relief is when I've been waiting for days because that was the message I was elected to keep people safe. But FitzGerald says the million dollar question of why the kidnapping and homicide happened in the. First place has yet to be answered Jamie went missing in October. After her parents were fatally shot in their barren county home. She was found alive on Thursday after escaping her alleged captor identified.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"From ABC news. Michelle Franzen on Capitol Hill know, scheduled talks no pay for federal workers. No end in sight for the partial government shutdown. President Trump still says if congress doesn't come up with a deal to include border, wall funding hill, considered declaring a national emergency ABC's. Lana Zak is at the capitol is officially the longest government shutdown in us history. Twenty two days and nerves are fraying. As hundreds of thousands of federal employees are trying to make ends meet without their paycheck. President Trump is weighing a plan to declare a national emergency to bypass congress and build a wall with disaster relief funds. Several prominent Republicans are publicly speaking out against it off. Lana Zak ABC news, Capitol Hill. President Trump this morning responding to a New York Times article that the F B I opened an inquiry after fired FBI director James Comey. The president tweeting in part quote for no reason and without proof. ABC's Tara Palmeri is at the White House. The New York Times has a new report saying that the FBI opened a counter intelligence investigation into the president of the United States to see if he was a national security threat working on behalf of the Russians against American interests. Now, according to this report, the FBI was unsure if the president was even knowingly acting on behalf of the Russians at the time. Former FBI director James Comey was overseeing the FBI investigation into campaign collusion in Wisconsin. A twenty one year old is in custody accused of kidnapping thirteen year old Jamie clause, and killing her parents in October Kloss was found after eighty eight days police say after escaping the house where she was held captive, Barron county sheriff, Chris FitzGerald, all we care about right now. She's with her family, the bad guys in jail and. We can move forward with a conviction in this case in the future. Jake Patterson is a suspect charged in Paris. Authorities say a gas leak triggered an explosion at a bakery this morning. Authorities say four people including two firefighters were killed more than three dozen others injured. You're listening to ABC news..

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Jayme Closs, Missing Wisconsin Girl, Is Found; Man Is Accused in Kidnapping

Nightside with Dan Rea

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Jayme Closs, Missing Wisconsin Girl, Is Found; Man Is Accused in Kidnapping

"NewsRadio thirteen-year-old Wisconsin girl kidnapped nearly three months ago is being reunited with family members. Tonight, Barron county Wisconsin sheriff Chris FitzGerald giving an update on the condition of Jamie Kloss, twenty four hours after she allegedly escaped her captor and was found in Gordon Wisconsin, Jamie was reunited with their aunt at the hospital afternoon. She will be reunited later this evening with the rest of her family. She's doing as well as circumstances allow the sheriff dot say f Jamie had been assaulted during the eighty eight days, she was missing while investigators believe Jamie was targeted by the suspect. They have not found a connection between the twenty one year old man

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Consent. Eighty eight days of it is over CBS is Tom Foty reporting on the contentious Brett cavenaugh supreme court nominations. Albert rut Cavanaugh is on the supreme court the political post-mortems in ramifications starting at a Trump rally Saturday night in Topeka, Kansas. How good was Senator Susan Collins yesterday, really? For her part, Senator Collins says of her crucial vote to confirm Brad Kavanagh, certainly breaks right up there. There's no doubt about it. They're not they're very difficult decision. But this was a tap one. She was interviewed for CBS's face the nation. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington observers do agree on one thing. This process has the electorate motivated for the midterm elections death toll from the earthquake tsunami that struck Indonesia up to more than seventeen hundred now more than five thousand still feared missing. And just today. The announcement the rescue workers will stop searching for victims this Thursday, the BBC's high will Griffith is they're five hundred families used to live here. So far, they found at least three hundred bodies. But in reality, they may never be able to know exactly how many people were trapped in this month. He was known for being critical of his government. The journalist has been missing since Tuesday since walking into the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul foul play suspected at. Very high level. Turkey says one of the world's best known journalists and Washington Post writers Jamal kashogi was murdered inside Saudi Arabia's Istanbul council. It kashogi a critic of the Saudi leadership entered the council at Tuesday to submit paperwork ahead of his marriage to his Turkish fiance, but was not seen coming out. Turkish officials say a fifteen man Saudi hit squad carried out the killing. Larry Miller, CBS news mixed. Martial arts goes wild in Vegas. Two-time champion Conor McGregor. Choked into submission by undefeated cub, Norma Goma Dov. And then the winner leaps over the cage barricades slugging one of mcgregor's handlers and two of cobwebs entourage jump into the cage to sucker punch Connor a near right in a riot in the arena. K L A S TV's, Dennis new hustle was at the fight. Still guys outside that we're ready to fight either could be fans or Connor stands that wanted to do it so much so that we got to the parking garage. They were waving the fees and the gates up, and we're just letting people exit to get out of there is this morning, veep, says Russian President Vladimir Putin called him to congratulate him on his victory after Scott Wilson has died. He most recently played Herschel on the Walking Dead. I can save lives. That's reason enough to risk mine. Scott Wilson Seventy-six of death not released. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash free. Overcast skies. Forty five degrees at seven three. I'm Al shocked. WC news the hour's top story. Minnesota's US senators are reacting as expected to the confirmation of bread cabin onto the US supreme court both Amy klobuchar and Tina Smith voted to reject cabin on and are calling on fellow Democrats to express their feelings at the polls next month club, which are tweeted that the Senate has spoken and now the people can Smith posted channel your rage and sadness in the midterms state Republican party chair, Jennifer Carnahan praised Kavanagh's confirmation. It's time to fill up on carbs and get plenty of rest for the twin cities marathon it's starting in less than an hour for most of honors the race is a bucket list item or the celebration of a lot of hard work. No matter their motivation. They take it very seriously. My nephew's.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Eighty eight days of it is over CBS's. Tom Foty reporting on the contentious Brett cavenaugh supreme court nominee, Charlotte. Rut Cavanaugh is on the supreme court political post-mortems in ramifications starting at a Trump rally Saturday night in Topeka, Kansas. How good was Senator Susan Collins yesterday, really? For her part, Senator Collins says of her crucial vote to confirm Brad Kavanagh, certainly ranks right up there. There's no doubt about it. There have been very difficult decisions. But this was attack point she was interviewed for CBS's face the nation. Tom Foty, CBS news, Washington. Local observers do agree on one thing. This process has the electorate motivated for the midterm elections desk toll from the earthquake tsunami struck Indonesia up to more than seventeen hundred now more than five thousand still feared missing. And just today. The announcement the rescue workers will stop searching for victims this Thursday, the BBC's highway Griffith is they're five hundred families used to live here. So far, they found at least three hundred bodies. But in reality, they may never be able to know exactly how many people were trapped in this month. He was known for being critical of his government. The journalist has been missing since Tuesday since walking into the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul foul play suspected at very high. Hi level. Turkey says one of the world's best known journalists and Washington Post writers Shimao kashogi was murdered inside Saudi Arabia's this damn council. It kashogi critic of the Saudi leadership entered the council at Tuesday to submit paperwork ahead of his marriage to his Turkish fiance, but was not seen coming out. Turkish officials say a fifteen man soda hit squad. Carried out the killing Larry Miller, CBS news mixed. Martial arts goes wild in Vegas. Two time champion Conor McGregor. Choked into submission by undefeated cubby Norma Goma off. And then the winner. Leaps over the cage barricades slugging one of mcgregor's handlers. And to have cubs jump into the cage to sucker punch Connor near right? And a riot in the arena K L A S TV's, Dennis new hustle was at the fights. Yeah. Still guys outside that we're ready to fight either could be fans or Connor fans that wanted to do it so much so that we got to the parking garage, and they were waiting fees and the gates up, and we're just letting people exit to get out of there as quick as possible. This morning says Russian President Vladimir Putin called him to congratulate him on his victory after Scott Wilson has died. He most recently played Herschel on the Walking Dead can save lives. That's reason enough to risk mine. Scott Wilson Seventy-six of death not released. This is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA

"Sam Litzinger. Brett cabinet has been sworn in for his new job and President Trump has told a rally Beka, Kansas. That's a good thing for America. Just a few hours ago. The US Senate confirm judge Brad Kavanagh. CBS news. Correspondent Nancy Cortez says others aren't so happy. Protesters from both sides chanting at the supreme court. And the capital. The sergeant at arms will restore order in the gallery narrowly confirming Fifty-three-year-old Brett cavenaugh as vice President Mike Pence officiated on this vote. The ayes are fifty the Naser forty-eight capped a fractious emotional eighty eight days after Cavanaugh was hit with sexual misconduct allegations dating back to high school and college denied them one of his accusers. Debbie Ramirez, senators are deliberately ignoring Kavanagh's behavior. The food and drug administration's approved the use of a vaccine called Gardasil nine for men and women between the ages of twenty seven and forty five CBS news chief medical correspondent. Dr John lapook says this should save some lives from deadly cancer. As saying we are approving the use of Gardasil for people who are twenty seven forty five. It's based on some further studies they've done that show that it's safe there always side effects to any vaccine, but the benefits of giving Gardasil outweigh any risk for disease control and prevention estimates about fourteen million people become newly infected with HP each year. It was one of the all time classics in the history of the Red River rivalry, and it was decided by a freshman kicker number nineteen taxes coughed up a forty five. Twenty four lead in the fourth quarter before Cameron Dicker drilled a forty yard field goal with nine seconds left to give the longhorns at forty eight forty five victory over seventh-ranked, Oklahoma, Texas, coach, Tom Herman college.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"I'm Sam Litzinger. President Trump is weighed in on behalf of the Manny nominated in July, and who has Justice is expected to tilt the supreme court to the right possibly for decades. He says Brad Kavanagh will be a great member of the high court, and he will sit proudly alongside Justice. Neal gorsuch. He's doing a great job to uphold your sacred rights and to defend your God, given freedom. CBS news correspondent Nancy Cortes on this vote. The ayes are fifty the Naser forty eight volt capped a fractious emotional eighty eight days after Cavanaugh was hit with sexual misconduct allegations dating back to high school and college, but I have never done this to her or to anyone even this morning confirmation. All but secured, Democrats, urged the GOP to reconsider that didn't happen and Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell says he expects the angry debate over cavenaugh will get his party's voters to the polls in big numbers next month are basis fired up. We finally discovered the one thing that would fire up the Republican base. And we didn't think of it. The other side did it. There are protests in Washington. They say the GOP will pay a political price for backing a man accused of sexual misconduct. Trout pack tweets that it secured pledges for more than three million dollars for Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins future opponent, one democratic activist says there's a special place in hell for women who cover for, rapists. CBS news reporter Larry Miller tells us about a prank by British street artist Bank, see selling for one point four million dollars in London the girl with balloon painted by the British artists banks, then suddenly the bottom half of the work pass through a shredder hidden in the frame and audacious pranked by the allusive and unpredictable urban artists. Cheered by the crowd at auction rolling. Thanks. He later posted the shredded image on Instagram writing going going gone, not clear if the buyer gets the money back Indonesia's top security minister, the government is considering turning some areas of disaster-stricken Sulawesi island into mass graves. He says it may be impossible to retrieve some bodies where last month's earthquake caused loose soil to liquefy hundreds of homes were sucked into quicksand like mud. Possibly hundreds of.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Will restore order in the gallery narrowly confirming Fifty-three-year-old Brett Cavanaugh as vice President Mike Pence officiated on this vote. The ayes are fifty the Naser forty eight volt capped a fractious emotional eighty eight days after Cavanaugh was hit with sexual misconduct allegations dating back to high school and college which is denied Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins, tell CBS's face the nation. She understands why cavenaugh got so angry when talking about the sexual misconduct allegations against him. Devastating allegation. So I think it was understandable that he was reacting as a human being. Father as a father of two young girls. Democratic activists are raising money to help get Collins defeated in twenty twenty when she's up for reelection. The high school bands halftime performance. Depicting police being held at gunpoint is fueling anger in Brookhaven, Mississippi where two police officers were recently killed WJ TV reporter lanai Lewis performance a pitcher surface on social media showing band members pointing fake guns efforts in officers people in this area say it was in bad taste, especially after last week's shooting are people are hurting right now. And and to bring that to us on a couple of days after we're bearing two officers, which just inappropriate many people in comments on Facebook said they were shocked and outraged by the performance, dozens of advocacy advocacy groups from the us and Latin America are asking the FBI share information from DNA database to help identify the remains of thousands of migrants thought to have disappeared along the us Mexico border. US officials promised to continue talks on sharing forensic information and on efforts to. To identify missing. But they say federal law prevents them from making all that information public. This news to experience relief from muscle cramps in your legs and feet, use theraworx relief fast acting foam get theraworx relief today in the pain relief file at your local pharmacy or theraworxrelief dot com. Eighty four degrees at seven oh three. I'm Nikki Haley on NewsRadio ten eighty KRLD. A woman is killed in Dallas when she's hit by a garbage truck. Police say the truck was making a turn from Jefferson onto south Zang boulevard Friday afternoon, and the driver did not see a woman walking across the southbound lanes of that rope. She was hit by the truck and died from her injuries. Police interviewed several witnesses at the scene. Prosecutors will refer the case to grand jury the driver could face a charge of criminally negligent homicide, Stephen Pickering, NewsRadio tonight, eighty KRLD. And I go a loaded gun was found outside a middle school and police are trying to track down its owner this happened last week as a couple was out walking near Cobb middle school Frisco, officer grant Cottingham says that the couple quickly reported the find, and he hopes others would do the same folks come across something like that call us. So that way we can take custody of it. And do our investigation. Because we hate for it to fall into the hands of a child. The loaded gun was on the sidewalk across from the school. But it was on the other side of several traffic.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:35 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Relief. I'm Pam Coulter. Judge Brett Kavanagh's poised to take over the supreme court seat of the retired Anthony Kennedy CBS's Nancy Cortes reports it's their president. I will vote to confirm judge cabinet. Those nine words came at the end of a forty three minutes speech from Maine Republican Susan Collins capping a tumultuous Eighty-eight day nomination process. Moments later, west Virginia's Joe Manchin struggling to be heard over protesters. Everybody labor. Revealed that he would be the only democrat to back cavenaugh Alabama democrat Doug Jones, just spoke on the Senate floor garb of the vote tomorrow. We cannot and will not ignore where we are in this moment of history. This is a movement that will not be quieted, nor should it be quite a Chicago jury convicted white police officer Jason Van Dyke of second degree murder and sixteen counts of aggravated battery one for every time he shot black teenager. Look one McDonald. This man was on the jury. He should have realized what the situation was. And instead of escalating the situation should have. At least looked at other option. William Callaway is a community organizer in Chicago while brothers and sisters in in New York. Baltimore Ferguson, Dallas abbey way across the country. Will we CD's police injustices happening the bloodstock near Chicago suspected killer? Kirby Wallace is in custody in Tennessee. After a seven day manhunt. Sheriff Monte blue says officers anticipated a firefight and capturing Wallace over and we cuffed him up together. We did find a loaded handgun in his waistband right here. So we're very fortunate that we didn't wind up in a shootout with the suspect while says wanted in two counties on charges of murder arson and kidnapping the Nobel peace prize was handed out today. CBS's Jim Taylor has more for their efforts to end the use of sexual violence as a weapon of war and armed conflict, the Nobel peace prize goes to Congolese Dr Dennis smoke. Beg and Iraqi activists Najah Mourad in Congo. They call him Dr miracle for his. Dedicated to helping women she was a victim of sexual slavery as a captive of the Islamic state. Los Angeles is dealing with an outbreak of flea-born Titus nine cases have been reported in the past.

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"eighty eight days" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"eighty eight days" Discussed on WLAC

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