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Pope Francis calls health of all a 'common good'
"Pope Francis arrives at the sun devils so court yard inside the apostolate palace wearing his face mosque and aid squirted some hand sanitizer into France's homes often he greeted well wishers portable I see camel and imaginative in Tennessee by Francis appeals to people to look out for the health of others as well as themselves during the corona virus pandemic dot Francis lamented policy some interests were emerging in which some nations and groups seeking to keep vaccines for themselves or to further their political economic interests earlier the eighty three year old pontiff who lost part of one long to illness when he was young trying to keep his social distance from well wishes rather tricky as he loves plunging into crowds I'm Charles the last month
Former Italian Premier Berlusconi Tests Positive For Coronavirus
"Controversial former prime minister. Silvio. Berlusconi will remain in isolation at his home. He's tested positive for the coronavirus NPR SYLVIA POGGIOLI reports the eighty three year old had recently vacation in one of Italy's pandemic hotspots. Bidders Kony's personal doctor told an Italian news agency that he does not have any symptoms, but he decided to test for the virus after spending time at his villa on the island of Sardinia. He tested positive just a week after his close friend Flavio Briatore very owner of an exclusive nightclub in Sardinia was hospitalized. We've covid nineteen. Milan said Denia had been mostly spared by the pandemic but in August, the summer playground for the rich and famous became a disease spreader. Large numbers of young people crowded is pristine beaches and danced at its discos flouting the government's safety protocols Sylvia Pohjola NPR news.
Who Is Activist, Ella Baker
"From Wonder Media Network I'm Jenny. Kaplan and this is encyclopedia will Manica. Very. Excited to present our. September. This month we're talking about activists. Women who stood up and fought against injustice and for a better world today, we're talking about a woman who doesn't often receive the recognition she deserves for her behind the scenes activism. As a prolific activist, she had a hand in society changing work major civil rights leaders turned to her for her organizational skills. Let's talk about Ella Josephine Baker. Sisters in the struggle for human dignity and freedom. I am here to represent. The struggle that has gone on for three hundred years. Ella Baker was born on December thirteenth nineteen o three in Norfolk Virginia. She grew up in North Carolina on the very same land where her grandparents were enslaved a few decades earlier. Ella's mother was part of the Local Missionary Association. She helped feed their hungry neighbors and encouraged women to be a force for positive change this activism and kindness stuck with Allah. Ellis studied at Shaw University in Raleigh North Carolina and graduated as Class Valedictorian nineteen twenty seven shortly after she moved to New York City in Nineteen thirty ELA joined several women's organizations and served as national director of the Young Negroes Cooperative League that organization focused on supporting the economic development of the black community in nineteen forty Ella started working as a field secretary for the N. Double A. C., p. she moved up to work as director of branches after just three years. She later also served as the president of the New York. City branch. Then in Nineteen fifty-six, Ella Co created the organization in French. Which bought the oppressive Jim Crow laws in the south. The following year a move to Atlanta to help with Martin Luther King Junior's Organization the southern Christian Leadership Conference. At that time, the SC L. C. was a brand new venture. It was created after successes like the Montgomery bus boycott black leaders including Martin Luther. King Junior created the organization to assemble more boycotts and. Throughout the south. But for the venture to be successful, it would take a masterful organizer while Martin Luther King Junior took the reins as the SEC's public figurehead Ella worked behind the scenes setting the organization's agenda and framing the issues. She organized the crusade for citizenship a campaign to support voting rights. For African Americans, she also helped Rodney Atlanta s ELC headquarters and even served as a temporary director for several months after the resignation of the previous office holder, Ellis desire to focus on the issues and to have influence over the. Direction often clashed with the group's main. Right, as ellos considering resigning in nineteen sixty radical act of civil disobedience inspired her to take a new direction on February first black college students in Greensboro. North Carolina where I'm from refused to leave a lunch counter. Worth's where they'd been denied service for Joseph McNeil Franklin McCain and their to college dorm mates that time was February first one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty. The day they walked into a Greensboro. Woolworth's and sat down at the segregated lunch counter. Ella wrote a letter that encourage students across the south to join forces and take similar acts of protest. She also organized a meeting at Shaw University for the students who spearheaded the citizens from those meetings, the student nonviolent coordinating committee or Snick was created. snick would have a profound impact on the civil rights movement. Ella encourage snack to focus on practicing group centered activism rather than leader centered activism in contrast to the SE L. C.'s leadership style with Mlk at the forefront. Under, this method, of Leadership Snick ran many successful initiatives including the nineteen sixty one freedom rides and the nineteen sixty, four freedom summer and Mississippi L. continued her activism through the sixties. She was also a consultant for the Southern Conference Education Fund and organize the Mississippi Freedom Democratic. Party she later returned to New York City and continued her work until she passed away on. December thirteenth nineteen eighty six. She was eighty three years old. Ella Baker was an incredible driving force behind much of the public civil rights work. We learn about in school while she never sought the spotlight she was committed to improving life for future generations
Computer scientist, pixel inventor Russell Kirsch dead at 91
"On Russell, Kirsch inventor of the Pixel passed away this week. Bit of sad news rest in peace but In case you're wondering who the inventor of the Pixel was. Now you know computer scientists, Russell AAC Kirsch, the inventor of the Pixel and undisputed pioneer of digital imaging passed away on Tuesday in his Portland home from complications arising from a form of Alzheimer's he was ninety one years old Now, Russell might not be name you immediately recognized his contributions to computer science made digital imaging possible born June twentieth nineteen, twenty nine in New York City demographic parents from Russia. and Hungary I attended Bronx High School than nyu Harvard and eventually mit in nineteen fifty one he joined the National Bureau of standards where he worked for fifty years and helped to invent the Pixel and create the first digital photograph It was a one seventy, two by one, seventy, two pixel image of his son Walden created in nineteen, fifty seven and is now iconic and was named. One of life, Magazine's one hundred photographs that changed the world in two thousand three and we have that image appear on the screen One of the first digital images ever created made from two superimposed scans at different thresholds since each pixel could only show one bit of information that being black or white as DP review points out Kirsch never stopped improving and his most famous invention even after retiring in two thousand and one and a twenty, ten interview on wired, he outlined his attempts to create a system that uses. Variable. Shape pixels instead of the squares that have dominated digital imaging since he invented him in that interview, he called square the logical thing to do. But laments that the decision was something rarely foolish that everyone in the world has been suffering from ever since. So at the right bold age of eighty-one, he began working on a masking system that creates six by six pixel areas and an. intelligently. Divides those areas into the two sections that have the most contrast before refusing to pixels on either side of the seem that idea never caught on but he explained the technology and its benefits in detail in a video below it's the thirteen minute long video if you wanted to watch that. But while the incredible accolades described above certainly gives you the sense of Russia Kirsch the. Engineer. The best personal picture of Kirsch probably comes from a two twenty twelve blocked by ant man named Joel Runyon who encountered him in a coffee shop in Portland after revealing net Romanians Computer and images on it probably wouldn't exist or exist as they are without Christmas contributions to engineering and computer science eighty-three-year-old Kirsch shared the following words I. Guess I've always believed that nothing is withheld from us. What we have conceived to do most people think the opposite that all things are withheld from them, which they have conceived to do, and they end up doing nothing Mr, Kirsch may be gone, but his legacy will live on every day in one of the approximately three point eight billion photos that are currently being captured every single day. May He rest in
NASA naming headquarters for 'Hidden Figures' engineer
"NASA is naming its headquarters in Washington after its first black female engineer whose story was told in the twenty sixteen film hidden figures sherry Jackson started her NASA career as part of the segregated unit a female mathematicians for the space program she died in two thousand five at eighty three years old last year the street in front of NASA headquarters was also named hidden figures
Shirley Knight, Star of ‘Sweet Bird of Youth’ and ‘As Good As It Gets,’ Dies at 83
"Award. Winning actress Shirley Knight has died in Texas of natural causes. She was eighty three years old night. One Oscar nominations for her performances in Hollywood classics. The dark at the top of the stairs and sweet bird of Youth Jeff. London has this remembrance born in Kansas Shirley Knight studied acting at the Pasadena Theatre school and was cast in many television series before she began getting roles in films. She had supporting parts in the screen. Adaptations of stage. Plays William Inches. The dark at the top of the stairs stairs and and Tennessee Tennessee Williams Williams sweet sweet bird bird of of youth youth with with Paul Paul Newman Newman nightmare nightmare a a home home in in New New York York where where she she was was a a member member of of the the actors actors studio studio and and appeared appeared on on stage stage in in such such plays plays Dutchman Streetcar Named Desire and Kennedy's children for which she won a Tony she won emmys for thirty something. Nypd blue and the mcmartin trial and appeared on television and in movies into her eighty s
Political historian-commentator Richard Reeves dies at 83
"Author political commentator and historian Richard Reeves has died reeves released his first book on then president. Gerald Ford in nineteen seventy five. Four years later he began a weekly column reefs on. Jeffrey confirmed his father's death. Telling the Associated Press's Dad died in Los Angeles and had been in failing. Health Reeves was a frequent commentator on pbs and even appeared on the tonight show with Johnny Carson other books included President Kennedy Profile of power and President Nixon alone in the White House. Richard Reid was eighty three years old.
All of California ordered to shelter in place over coronavirus
"The porch the app is Clark County commissioners issued a shelter in place order until April seventh Georgia coronavirus cases total at least two hundred eighty seven now with ten deaths ranging from a forty two year old woman in Albany to an eighty three year old man in Fayette County the national picture of California governor's directive thirty nine million residents there to stay at home and the state department's historic warning that Americans should not travel out of the
"Let's just to a reality check like I really think we're all kind of coming to terms with what's happening. We're going to talk about the latest and we're GonNa talk politics too but we did want to start this episode by Yeah. How're you each personally doing in this moment and I'll start with you a set up like a lot of Americans feel like they gotta take those reality. Yeah part of being on the trail. I've been pretty isolated and kind of build up to this and then Truly I think it was in the last like seventy two hours the real severity of it all as a function. But I'm doing. I feel probably all that stuff is going well and It just kind of throws up work things. It's hard to cover an election when there's no events happening there's withdrawal right. I mean Laura. Are you feeling a little bit of withdrawal as well? I would say that I don't particularly like working from home so realize that but I'm trying to find ways to stir crazy I ordered some weights. Nice it's difficult to process. Sometimes when I really stop and think about it. So who you you actually record this show from the basement of your home in the suburbs of Boston. Like you've been working from home for a long time. This is like yeah was. It's like you know how are you doing? We're doing good. I mean what else can you say I mean I have my kids home and that that makes a difference I mean I. I think it's the moments like this when you when as a journalist you realize your place as an informer and from Friday media to now it's cranked. I mean now it's things are shutting down so I'm ready. I mean I have my. I've had my virtual newsroom here for years. I'm used to it. I'm used to dealing with being alone in the house but now I have kids so I'm okay making a big deal. Big Puerto Rican friend. Neil tonight Also will turn into car. Nita's the next couple of days so trying to make the best of it. What about you you know? I remember when I was a correspondent at CNN and nine eleven happened and you know we were used to getting on a plane every week every other week. I was a correspondent and so I was flying all around the country all the time and then after nine eleven you know it was like you're not getting on a plane. You're not going anywhere. This story is right here. Yeah and it was actually really powerful for my family because we were together every single night. The Way I'm going to be with my two kids and husband at home every single night now here in New York City. I've thought a lot about you know the way I'm thinking of. This is self sacrifice like I know that because of my privilege. I'm informed I'm healthy. I will probably stay healthy. You know most people. Don't die from this but it is highly contagious and you can die from it. So I'm you know I'm taking a lot of responsibility but but there's a but do you start going into these scenarios that just get really kind of frightening what about people who are sex workers who work on the street. What about like? Who's going to protect them? What about undocumented immigrants? Are they just going to now? Just be scooped up even more like I start. No I don't because I feel myself back but are you guys going down that rabbit hole. I would say I've gone down a bit. I mean I'm again I'm not as worried about myself. You know I wrote out a long email to my family about my grandma who is eighty three years old my Nana and I I took it upon myself because I felt like what if they aren't paying attention to the warnings and I sent that email you know about five days ago now and I said you guys need to start staying away from her and only bring her groceries and don't go near her. If you're going to continue going out in public and I worry about other friends that I have that work more nine to five jobs and and could potentially go without paychecks if they get sent home so I've started to spiral a bit in thinking about that but then Remind myself that I'll be prepared to help. Who I can and I'm texting with my family. Probably more than I would in the past on a regular basis just checking in since they're across the country there in California. Yeah you know. And that's lake theories something that is going to happen. Four families and for professionals there is something that is going to happen to all of us and I'm again. I'm trying to be like an silver lining. Noy Mike you put me in November You know what are we gonNA learn from this and so yeah? There is that I'm going to stay in touch with the people who maybe I don't call them as often. I'm calling them every single day. Okay so let's get into the latest with Kovic. Nineteen on Sunday the Centers for Disease Control and prevention the CDC. They announced its recommendation to avoid mass gatherings of fifty or more people for the next eight weeks but then on Monday. President Trump announced in a press conference. That people shouldn't gathering groups of more than ten for the time being so that changed over the course of twenty four hours and the new guidelines. That came out also said that elderly people in the United States should stay home in addition more than a dozen states have announced school closures including New York City which is the country's largest school district so in New York City Los Angeles Seattle and in other places. You have bars restaurants gyms and retail businesses shutting down. Puerto Rico where I'm from has implemented a curfew but the biggest directive yet in the United States was announced on Monday for the city of San Francisco. People in San Francisco have been told to shelter at home and despite the Federal Reserve slashing interest rates to nearly zero trading came to a halt Monday morning because US stocks dropped below eight percent. So we know. The economic impact has already been devastating. And it's going to continue so the question is do they have enough tests too because a lot of what we're hearing is that people would like to get the test and they just can't because you're going to have to be very sick in order to get that test or from a vulnerable group. I mean exactly but there's also been all this reporting on how the wealthy and powerful are getting access to all these tests before everyday people I mean for example the Utah Jazz Professional Basketball Team. They managed to get test like immediately. One thing I read about this whole Utah Jazz testing and it was in the Atlantic at the time they took twenty percent of all the testing kits that were in Utah physically available in Utah. I think about that but still it's also important to note that in the United States. At least eighty nine people have died from the disease and globally. There are over a hundred eighty thousand cases and while nearly half of those cases the people have recovered. There's been more than seven thousand deaths. Sadly the numbers continue to rise daily. So it's almost like by the time this episode drops the more we're going to be impacted by this pandemic but the thing is we have examples from other countries that we can learn from so one example two weeks ago by remember. If you guys saw these images there were tourists. There were still out in Italy but this past Sunday. Three hundred sixty eight people died in one day but people here in the United States. I mean they were still going out this past weekend. Maybe it's because of the initial mixed messaging from our government but doctors and scientists have been stressing that we need to curb this spread by social distancing. We know that some people still have to go to work and they're exposing themselves like those in healthcare sanitation workers etc. My Mom who's a retired nurse in New York like she is getting extra work and I worry about that. I worry about my mom. But Laura why is it so hard for Americans to understand the importance of social distancing part of it is that makes messaging part of it? Is that from the top from the top officials in our country. You know starting with the president there's mixed messaging about what the younger population should be doing. And the president has consistently said young people. You're going to be fine
Wife of Spain’s prime minister tests positive for virus
"Trump in countries around the world are taking extra precautions correspondent al Goodman reports people in Spain have been banned from leaving their homes except for a few essential activities and there's a high profile case of covert nineteen in that country the wife of Spain's prime minister has tested positive for corona viruses coming just a few hours after the prime minister himself made a nation wide address to explain the details of this state of emergencies that's been imposed by the government on this nation France has closed all restaurants theaters and clubs in the Philippines police are sealing off the capital of Manila from domestic travelers and for new international cruise ships are being quarantined for coronavirus correspondent Matt rivers says three are in south American waters we know there's a ship with a confirmed case off the coast of Brazil and off the coast of Chile actually in South America there are two ships there one of them has a confirmed case an eighty three year old man the other no confirmed cases as of yet the known world wide death toll topped fifty seven hundred on Saturday there are fifty eight known for tallies in the
Coughing Pope Francis cancels participation at week-long spiritual retreat
"And the pope canceling his spiritual retreat in the Roman countryside this coming week due to an apparent called upon making the announcement as traditional Sunday blessing it's the first time in seven years he will miss the trip the eighty three year old Francis lost part of a long to respiratory illness as a
Coughing pope cancels participating in Lenten retreat
"A coughing pope Francis told pilgrims who had gathered for the traditional Sunday blessing that he was battling an apparent cold it'll pull unfortunately my cold means I won't be able to participate this the eighty three year old pontiff who lost part of a long to a respiratory illness as a young man has canceled several official engagements this week his weekly appearance to programs from a window high above St Peter's square was the first time he'd been seen publicly since Ash Wednesday when he was saying coughing and blowing his nose during mass Francis's illness comes amid general alarming basically over the corona virus outbreak which infected more than a thousand people mostly in the country's north I'm Serra basses
Pope cancels audiences for third day with apparent cold
"Pope Francis has canceled official engagements for the third day in a row as he battles an apparent cold the eighty three year old pope was never canceled so many official audiences in his entire seven year papacy the Vatican says Francis is however continuing to work from his residence he enjoys generally good health although he did lose part of a long to a respiratory illness when he was
Pope Francis cancels third day of events amid mysterious illness
"Pope Francis is under the weather and it's canceled a third day of events at the Vatican a spokesman says he's recuperating from an undisclosed illness Italy is dealing with a corona virus outbreak so there are questions Francis was scheduled to speak at the apostolic palace first to a team of bio ethicists and then to the Catholic legion of Christ the eighty three year old pope was last seen in public Ash Wednesday he was coughing and blowing his
Pope sick a 2nd day with apparent cold, cancels audiences
"And pope Francis as a cold the eighty three year old celebrated morning mass as usual today but is canceled as official audiences the Vatican hasn't said exactly what Francis has come down with but he was coughing and blowing his nose during Ash Wednesday mass this
Criticism of Japan's effort on coronavirus cruise ship as passengers leave
"An Oregon man landed at sea tac airport after being stranded on the cruise ship western dam because of the coronavirus come most Tammy Mutasa reports on his story enjoy this year's rob did from passengers inside the Holland America western dam cruise ship that had been turned away from four countries before finally finding refuge in Cambodia because of the corona virus comedian Frank king was a performer on the stranded ship it was frustrating it was disappointing especially for the past due to you know some of these in your market list destination officials say an eighty three year old woman to disembark the ship tested positive for corona virus in Malaysia raising concerns about spreading the virus the entire operation comes as regional nobody's going anywhere Frank stated this plan on panel tell where he says he was screened show no symptoms and left yes I
Cambodia cruise passenger has virus
"The feel good story about Cambodia allowed a cruise ship to dock off to it was turned away elsewhere in Asia for fear spreading the deadly virus was taken fortunate ton off to a passenger released from the ship tested positive for the virus news of the eighty three year old American woman who was on the ship and flew from combo due to Malaysia was found to be carrying the virus has frozen further movement of the passengers and crew of the MS west to them someone out in hotels in Cambodia's capital pump pen while others still aboard the ship I'm Charles de Ledesma
Philadelphia: Man Kills Dad and Brother After Believing They Were Possessed
"We have an update on a story we told you about yesterday man from west oak lane accused of killing his father and brother K. Y. W.'s crime and justice reporter Kristin Johannsen tells us he told police the victims were possessed insulin calendar now faces murder and gun charges accused of killing his father eighty three year old Arnim calendar and brother fifty nine year old Ansel calendar the the sixty sixty two two year year old old police police say say told told the the cops cops the the pair pair was was possessed possessed homicide homicide captain captain Jason Jason Spencer Spencer says says the the two two men men were were found found dead dead in in the the house house on on east east wall wall not not lane lane near near limekiln limekiln pike pike shot multiple times Mr calendar was seated in he was located in the rear basement bedroom there was the nine millimeter handgun was in close proximity to Mr counter Smith says when the defendant got to the homicide unit for questioning he told them he wanted a lawyer so he hasn't yet been interviewed the victim says says were in town from New Jersey for a family member's
"eighty three year" Discussed on KTOK
"B. that dot U. S. Joan Baez finally is done something going viral they can't stop covering the encounter he had the eighty three year old border yesterday I find it absolutely hilarious that that that Cory Booker and the Democrats are still complaining about the make up of their own candidates running for president they're literally are out there wearing in their hands over the fact that Kabul heiresses dot in there aren't any African Americans in diversity is so bad it is nothing but a bunch of rich white guys that are running for the democratic nominee well not all rich but they they're all white guys and you know how they got to deal with this no seriously but let me tell you how they do deal with this in the first place it's asinine to make a point of it but they have to because this is what they have been telling their lunatic deranged base that America's strength is in its diversity they've been telling people to look at people and identify people by virtue of race or gender in the Democrat party people are not people they're not human beings they're members of groups first and this is called identity politics and it differs greatly from us we don't care who you are we don't care who we are we want everybody to experience the magnificence of the opportunity it is to be an American we want everybody to succeed everybody to participate because we want a great country what a great people of extraordinary things being accomplished by ordinary people we want people's dreams and then being fulfilled the Democrat party looks out across America sees a bunch of victims who have no hope who have no prayer because the Democrat party has positioned itself as their savior the Democrat party has told its constituents they have no chance on the last day what the Democrat party do things for them I I literally I don't understand I'm not well I it'll actually I do I understand that but but it it it did it depresses me what they have done to people it depresses me how they have literally systematic way purposely set out to destroy ambition and dreams for the sake of their own power so they've set it up they have told people if you're a person of color your victim you're screwed you don't have a chance our party is the only place that you will have a chance our party is the only place where you can be protected from all of this evil discrimination and racism bigotry it's our party is the party of diversity our party is where women are champing at our party well they're not they're raped our party is the and their abuse I mean seriously actually in wine steam click moves for crying out loud their party women are not safe its exact opposite of what they claim anyway so they get everybody conditioned to believe that whatever minority group and talking about whatever victim no chance no prayer no hope America on just unfair Erica bigoted America racist Democrat party is going to be there to run interference for you Democrat party is going to be there to get even with these rich white guys try to keep you know down trying to keep your keep your minority then the Democrats announce their presidential field and it ends up being exactly who they claim are the evil people running America white guys and a whole lot of them are filthy rich so they're caught what do they do you can tell they know their card because so many of my running around wringing their hands were read it's so unfortunate well it's our party is better that there's a new Kambala Heris dropped out of why don't her voters automatically go over to Cory Booker I course Tulsi Gabbard a Russian agent is responsible one response caller responsible for what happened a comma like ours so where does this end up how do the Democrats think let me tell you they will you is this one of them well I don't know who and I don't know when but make book on this that some variation of what I'm going to predict here is going to happen at some point some Democrats will decide that there needs to be some explanation for why there aren't any people of color left in the democratic presidential field they will think they have some explaining to do because they told their voters in their base that the Democratic Party is the party will all of these people of color in different genders look that's the only place those people have a chance and then it comes down to the race for the presidency and there are no people of color so how are the Democrats explain this to their constituents they will blame it on trump now you watch the way it'll happen is they will say see even there's a rising tide of white nationalism brought on by Donald Trump is infecting our party called must goal must we must impeach we must get rid of trump because white nationalism is even infecting our own party they will portray themselves as victims of drunk and will be trump's fault that no people of color have survived the Democrat presidential primaries it won't be the fault of the candidates for being rotten lousy candidates it won't be the fault of Democrat voters for not automatically choosing minorities as their candidates but the truth is it's Democrat voters that are choosing in the democratic primary and Democrat voters are rejecting Democrat women and Democrat African Americans it's Democrat voters so the Democrats can't later they blame for failure at their own fate so they'll resort to doing what they always do they will blame America they will blame the country and say that they are needed more than ever to save America from the scourge that is even infecting their own party Cory Barker Cory Booker runs out he's better to somebody's gonna call it no no no no no no parties got nothing to do with his Booker shut up this is trunks fault got it this is just another reason why trump has to go to the reason why we're gonna win peach trump because trunks white nationalism is causing all kinds of dangerous gun toting angry hayseed hex your short but even in fact our primary it will be something like this because I know how these people think and they will do this thinking that they will convert some believers with this actually because there were folks do you realize how everything is going south on these people not only have they launched everything they think they've got at destroying trump and they can't even damped trump that's good that has sold discombobulated them as it did just it's added to their rage and hatred and now diversity is our strength we're the party of the E. R. downtrodden home is the Thursday they are different German authorities in the party looks no different in their presidential primary than the Republican Party looks it's got to be it's got to be frustrating to know when for them and don't doubt me it is I want to go back to the jobs numbers two hundred sixty six thousand jobs a fifty year record allow unemployment rate three point five percent more African Americans working and more African American jobs created that at any time in history African American approval rating for Donald Trump hovering in the thirty four percent range you throw that little factoid in with what's happening to them in their primaries and may falling by the wayside of their female and people of color candidates and then there's this United States just became a net oil exporter for the first time ever job creation of high wage increases hot disposable income high and rising energy costs are low no all new warriors peace and prosperity as I said so eloquently than men on fox and friends the legacy every president hopes and dreams for peace and prosperity Donald Trump to date and so far is the only president who has not started a war to excite the economy to Rev up the economy Donald Trump in fact is trying to get us out of places he thinks we have no place being clothing such J. exposed position in NATO once it's out of serial Bill Clinton launched a bunch of war is little skirmishes during his impeachment Donald Trump hasn't in fact it's so bad the Wall Street journal had to make up a story the truck was something fourteen thousand troops store run it's a totally made up story the Wall Street journal a brief diversion that that that does not does not that this'll work I thought I had it here said aside the Wall Street journal has reported that Adam ships phone records you heard about this share for in his report revealed that Ronnie Giuliani had called people in your brain or some such place to further the investigation or whatever the Wall Street journal none of them have this number ready called is not that Ukraine is that this ship is totally wrong about this key piece of Democrats evidence in impeachment appears to fall apart according to the Wall Street journal the ship Freeport claims that Giuliani had here what it is a twelve minute phone call with the office of management budget always be has control over the aid money to Ukraine so Adam ships report claims guiliani call the OMB for twelve minutes to arrange for them to withhold or sand depending on what was desired money to Ukraine engines making a big deal out of it this shows a trump is guilty it shows the guiliani is guilty but the Wall Street journal found the number that Adam Schiff claims belongs to the OMB is not the OMB the wallstreet journal is reporting that the OMB officials insist guiliani's not ever spoken to their staff about Ukraine money and.
"eighty three year" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"With an eighty three year old retired farmer and a town hall said I said that my son to work in an old company you know what you said I too want straight Jack that's what I read here on the on MSNBC all the numbers and you don't have any more backbone and prompt us with your one point Biden called a damn liar and challenged him to push ups when you raise questions about Biden's age the government says employers added two hundred sixty six thousand jobs last month the jobless rate fell to three and a half percent it's five minutes after the hour did you know you can listen to CBS news radio twenty four hours a day seven days a week on radio dot com or the radio dot com app this is southern California's only twenty four hour local news and traffic station can extend seventy newsradio good morning I'm Chris C. and I'm thinking more top local story is the mountain line has been cited it's again it's been seen seen valley this one is the one that attacked as two dogs more coming up right after traffic it's seven oh five to the freeways now your traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the five Jennifer York so we got the single working on the south bound to with overturned car right before the five it had the right lane blocked they said for about an hour that's about twenty minutes ago the back of his all the way to the one thirty four that I was I got a call saying some woman was running across the roadway down the results if we ask them to go out there and look and see if they can find this woman the back of like I said this to the one thirty four she got vertical row Chevy Chase eagle rock Boulevard Glendale Avenue those are good working southbound alternates let's go ahead get a prize that lays on the twenty two jump camp twenty two east right before your Fairview eggs a three car crash now moved down the lane so the certified or had some some debris still not far left lane so if you're on that twenty to make sure you stay to the right you're gonna be slow from Euclid as you make your way over into the cross note several of the ten separate Dino freeway overhead Scott in the southern California to the dealer sky three that's not that bad but that's the point of the west could be that the public parked at westbound loading up just about Pacific I'd say the worst about falling out of the six oh five is that it actually starts to get a little better but you do have some on and off for the speeds are leaving L. body had to get Alhambra better express flights were pretty good though all right there northbound side of the two fifty that's the right of the Moreno valley interchange which is always heavy anyway they've got a single artist for next hour the carpool and three left lanes blocked all my gosh the back of their is way out of real value in that west on sixty and the north bound to fifteen now is is slam from Van Buren Boulevard which is right by March Air Force base our exports at seven fifty nine Jennifer York electronica force more often can't extend seventy newsradio cool kind of cloudy today a rain moving in tonight into tomorrow showers.
"eighty three year" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast
"Them. I guess some you you would think like why you should get off can't be good. That's a good reason i'm just saturated. I am a nicotine sponge. I just the kind of the arc of having the compulsion to do things feel good without stopping has gotten me into a sort vir- steady slightly nauseous state and i went to have a physical physical is okay. <hes> some things were okay. Something's not sure what that is so. I figure why not clear this clean the slate. Let's get down to to to ground zero wpro of mark's biology. Can we do that. I don't know what that entails really obviously. I have to eat gonna eat clean. I'm thinking about maybe no protein powders. I'm thinking about maybe no caffeine. Definitely no nicotine and just your basic shit clean no not many carbs. This might be boring you but i gotta i gotta see what's up. I'm just curious because you know you spend all this time being healthy and then it's sort of like i feel like i should be healthier than that on the page and then you realize them getting old they how how much longer do i have and what am i really aspiring to. I don't know but hopefully when when you come back here after the weekend i will have gotten off of them. I can't guarantee it will see a murderer. I'm already. I'm supposed to be off tomorrow and a murray like finding that space. I don't know maybe tomorrow tomorrow. I'll kick tomorrow. I'll kick all right so look. My talk with buddy. Eddie guy is coming up in a few minutes and when we booked him. We were told that he's the youngest eighty-three-year-old will ever meet and they were right folks. You'll hear it when he's talking. I think think that's just buddies general disposition but if you wanna get an energy boost so you can keep up with buddy get the new starbucks triple shot energy starbucks triple shot energy as two hundred and twenty twenty five milligrams of caffeine from starbucks coffee a hint of flavor and it is enhanced worth garlina b. vitamins and jin sang a oh for the energy to do a matters to you and it's available in three delicious flavors french vanilla cafe mocha and caramel caramel caramel..
"eighty three year" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Bill you visited this village in Japan use very Hari or as they call it the village of long life I understand the people had unusually high eighty eighty levels in this village what you find when you met the people is is this is it genetic use of dietary what did you see well I went there again for the second time with translators photographers and it was easy to understand without studies without the you know the town doctor there doctor Kumari has identified hyaluronic acid in the very reason why these people in years very Hara exhibit such useful not and by the way they have a lady there in her nineties without any aging spots on her skin perfect again no wrinkles whatsoever people living into their eighties and nineties look a lot younger and it all became clear when we were there that they grow a lot of their own vegetables and foods right there near their homes and they have a lot of fresh foods and sometimes they have a little extricity down the vegetable market and bring their goods they are to be sold so we were there taking pictures and interviewing people one eighty three year old Mister E. she came driving in on his motorcycle to deliver his vegetables to the fruit market where do we have in the United States eighty three year old drive in their motorcycle down to the vegetable market we don't have it we followed him to his home or yourself on a thirty foot ladder I trimming a tree he works in the field about four to six hours a day any introduced us to his neighbor who was ninety years old without a wrinkle on its face either of them use reading glasses and of course hi he worked about six to eight hours out in the field every day this was remarkable I almost fell out I would say in some sort of a place where the dinosaurs are still living or something that was so remarkable these people just exhibit a useful that a a flexibility in their joint certainly helpful mess that we just don't see everywhere else in fact it was so remarkable that the emperor of Japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there you could see them all over the village there as they have posted and so these are the kinds of reports that we hear me us your question here you mentioned a glucosamine and there's another one out there this pretty popular MSM how does this HA stack up against those other ones the other ones you have to take them for a while before you even see any results two and most of these are very positive dietary supplements they certainly have a lot to benefit good con man takes quite awhile to kick in MSM of the wonderful culture compound and again it's an anti inflammatory as are many things like fish oil these are all wonderful but they're not dealing with the origin of the problem the origin of the problem is the loss of cushioning and the joy and if we can just replace that if we can find a way to get that cushioning back that's what we call usefulness that that we had when we were young here's David right into me from New York twenty five years looking for something that would help support his lower back and of course he said I can't believe it now he says they can't thank you enough for this product people have tried all the alternative they've searched everywhere else and they haven't heard of how run against that now the reorder rates on HA sort of tell me the things are phenomenal the product works the study shows how but what our customers say what are they telling you candidly what are they saying the bill sorry if the horses come back to the profit must be good water there it's amazing to me how people state just keep bending down it's wonderful it changed my life here's the rain thing I can't believe it but I'm able to run I love it run five miles a day my skin nails they're great telling everybody about it these are online you can go see some of these comments the product has it online where people just log in and tell you that these aren't edit it in any way your branch writing this no one of purity products made an outlandish claim about HA joint formula but three days after I started taking it I noticed the difference this stuff really works it's your own personal discovery that's why the product want you to have this bottle you'll call nobody's gonna hound you you call that number they're going to send you a bottle full months supply and you can do it without any arrest you just kick in a few Bucks and your going to experience this for yourself like the people who read man and that all these wonderful things Herald eighty fifth year he says I'm in it as I'm doing very well on eighty eight thank you very much jasmine thanks my face looked more east and useful and I'm getting people asking me about what I might take you of course you will okay let me do this quickly as I want to get back to the show here is the special offer from.
"eighty three year" Discussed on Dumb, Gay Politics
"So I will display this honor this trailblazer honor with great pride in the capital of the United States. That's right. Where she's the highest ranking woman. The fact that she wore I just can't get over. I just have to throw this the fact that she rolled out there in a straight up almost like a summer. It's like a sprinter. It's it's a it's a darker blue. But it's lacy and it's short sleeve, and you've got share standing behind her looking like Leah black and a full blonde wig. And I'm like share is covered up so much. She could almost be in a black Spiderman that is a level. It is mech the just under the chin the very low longer than the wrist almost covering the whole hands like vampiric. Yes sucks. Oh, she will not let a thing. That's not snatched to be on display. Here comes old eighty three year old Nance armload arms out arms. Eighty-three-year-old arms. Looking good to any. This looks great. Like, it's what an eighty three year old arm. Looks like it we should not. And guess what? It did have a tan in about. It did have a tan, and it was fit and she looks great and. There is nothing wrong. And she should be proud and she's out trail-blazing bugging eighty-three-year-old. That's out there. Right. She should. And I'm never gonna stop singing ANSI Pelosi's praises, and since it was International Women's Day. We want to reiterate what Nance said, which is one hundred women were elected to office and not only is your speech about fighting for equality, but her speech is actually in reality. She talked about the equality act. Well, here's what the equality act is the equality act provide consistent explicit nondiscrimination protections for LGBTQ people across key areas of life, including employment, housing credit education public spaces and services federally funded programs and jury service.
"eighty three year" Discussed on KCRW
"Live from NPR news in Washington, I'm Lakshmi Singh. Major league baseball confirms it hall of Famer Frank Robinson who made history as the first African American to manage a major league team has died. Robinson was a trailblazer. In a twenty one year playing career. He was an all star fourteen times. And he is still the only player to win the MVP award. And both the American and national leagues he finished with five eighty six home runs fourth highest career total when he retired. He would go on to manage several teams later Robinson became an executive for major league baseball all together. He spent sixty years of his life dedicated to the sport Robinson die this morning at his home in California. He was eighty three years old. We turn now to the Commonwealth of Virginia where the legislatures Blackhawk is coming to grips with scandal. Embroiling Democrats the top three office. Regina government. They include revelations that the governor and the state's attorney general each wore black face when they were young men now one of regina's most powerful Republicans is coming under scrutiny. The majority leader Virginia state Senator Tommy Norman is defending himself after it was revealed. He was managing editor of his college yearbook a yearbook that includes racial slurs and multiple photos of people in Blackfish Whitney Evans of member station. W C V E has more. Until now the scandal has only touched top Democrats in Virginia. Norman was one of the editors of the Virginia. Military institute's nineteen sixty eight yearbook which included photos of students wearing black face and people holding confederate flags racial slurs. Like,.
"eighty three year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"KFI AM six forty more stimulating talk Bill Handel here. And welcome back to handle on the law. Marginal legal advice. Hello, mark. Yes, sir. You're up to talk to you. Yes. It is. Yes. What can I do for you? Eighty six year old. I was just ask to go through her finance her only relative. She unbeknownst to me decided to take every time. She had and save it for her old age. I think she's there could be years ago. She got into a seven year annuity. On her social security because of that. Like, a really poor instrument to me, and I'm wondering if there's a way for me to go after the person that sold a tour we're outside of question of going after the person at this point because the person who sold it to or what what are you gonna go after how much are you going to sue that person for? I'm going to sue to get her out of that trust. That's it's not the person. And what you wanna do is get out of the annuity because the annuity is being held by an insurance company probably an insurance company that is in fact that's holding the annuity. That's where you want to break the contract. And the argument is going to be that when she signed yet, and she just signed it a little while ago two years ago. All right. Right. So she was eighty three at the time. And the argument is going to be she did not have the wherewithal that. In fact, the broker took advantage of her. It was is effectively elder abuse. And your argument is going to be she she simply didn't have the capacity of the mental capacity to sign a contract like that. It makes no sense. Why wouldn't eighty-three-year-old sign a seventy seven year old a seven year annuity in where no money is going to be had for seven years until she's ninety and living on social security with money sitting over there makes no sense. And no broker in his or her right mind would ever ask an eighty three year old to sign a nudity like that? It's it's a predatory practices. What happened? That's your argument. Sounds good. All right. And of course, the company in the insurance going gonna tell you to go pound sand. But the argument is you go in, and I think you have to she's going to have to go in and be represented by a lawyer effectively at this point. Hello, eighty eighty or Eddie. What can I do for a young lady while I'm a senior status been out be ninety three this coming Sunday? Oh, yeah. Yeah. I would say you're senior citizens I would say twice and my senior senior citizen, although ninety three is the new ninety two. Okay. Okay. What can I do for you? Well, I have a woman who has latched onto me because she knows that. I am alone in the world. I am not. The property. She introduces herself to people as being related to me. And I woke up in the hospital two months ago, and there they stood in the doorway. I don't know how he knew that. I had to take an accident. And introduced herself to all staff is as my family attorney. And she's not she's not she's not even an attorney. He is an attorney. Right. That's the problem is appropriate attorney, okay now and not that that matters. But it lasts frayed of what he might have in mind. I'm sure what what she has in mind if she's introducing yourself as a family attorney, and she's not. Nothing is good. But she doesn't have to come to the hospital. You can say to the hospital staff get out. I don't want her here. She's not she's not my attorneys number related to me. I don't want her year. They'll throw around in a second eighty. Okay. Well, I'm out of the hospital now, but I don't have that problem. But what can I do about her just say, no, tell her to leave you alone?.
"eighty three year" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"And he's eighty three year old father, Robert Witkowski has been barred from public ministry because of what the Catholic archdiocese says are and I quote credible allegations of sexual abuse of minors. He last worked here at Saint Faustina that's on twelve mile and Schader, but Julie metavsky, she's Sterling Heights. She says these are allegations of sexual abuse. Well, they're just allegations. Sometimes it's his word against somebody else in sometimes somebody wants to just ruin somebody else's reputation. It doesn't necessarily have a. Backup evidence the father workout skis sexual abuse. According to the Catholic archdiocese occurred in the early days of his ministry. He was ordained back in one thousand nine hundred sixty one the findings have been turned over to the police. Reporting live here in war on Charlie Langton, WW J NewsRadio nine fifty union, nurses, at university of Michigan hospitals have ratified a new three year contract. Replacing the previous agreement that expired in June rank and file of voting this past week and gave overwhelming approval to the deal that addresses wages, benefits and working conditions. The university of Michigan professional nurses, council reached the agreement with the U of M last Friday. No charges are going to be filed in the death of a man who was attacked at a Grand Rapids nursing home. The Kent County. Prosecutor Chris Becker says a man who through the leaf Panch will he has dementia and cannot be held legally responsible for the death of eighty one year old Dan MC Brian McBride died. In July from complications of a broken jaw the medical examiner called it a homicide to check in with Tony Ortiz. Look at sports is coming up next to w w j news time eight fourteen to seventy percent off..
"eighty three year" Discussed on WTVN
"It's a pleasure to speak to you. Thank you. How can I help? Well, I have a question. This involves my mother-in-law. Why would a major mutual fund advisor this actually happened? So my mother in law. She's eighty three years old an annuity, and she does not have cash flow needs. But that's how they justified it. And the second part of that question is doesn't see the advisor need to be serve as a. She's a CFP. Well, this is this is annoying to hear. I share your question. Why would an adviser sell an annuity to an eighty three year old who doesn't need current income? So I don't know what the rationale or justification was for the advisor CFP's, certified financial planners. Do have a code of ethics that they must adhere to. However, there is no legal obligation for them to do. So in other words, the regulatory authorities fenra and the SEC and the state insurance commissions do not have such a mandate unless that CFP happens to be registered as an investment advisor, meaning RIA with the SEC or the states in that case, the CFP would have that legal obligation and other than that. No. They don't have to do that. Now, the CFP board might raise an eyebrow. And you might want to contact the CFP board to see if the CFP has violated their obligations under the CFP code. Of conduct in which case, the board may take actions such as stripping the CFP of their designation. But that's about all that's about the extent to which the board. Connect the bottom line is this. It's hard pressed just on the MIR face of your conversation with me here. The few facts you've provided me hard pressed to justify why an eighty three year old would be placed into annuity, especially when you consider that many annuity products, we need to look at the one this adviser provided whether or not there is a long surrender charge associated with it. Meaning that liquidations within a ten year period could be subject to significant fees. If that's true, it raises even further the questions of this now on the other hand, perhaps the CFP chose a product that offers very strong guarantees without liquidity restrictions. And if that's true, then maybe you could argue, gee, maybe it ain't so bad. So I'd want to look at the details of the annuity contract. But on the face of it. It's hard pressed to tell to explain..
"eighty three year" Discussed on NewsRadio 680 WPTF
"The first weekend of hurricane season i'm peter king last year it was harvey irma berea no one knows what storms could hit land this year of any but for these weather events there is no need to panic that's the best thing about hurricanes national hurricane said specialist john cangelosi says that's because forecasts allow time to prepare forecasts have become much more accurate last year was an extremely successful year for us to hurricane center i mean we we broke all the records for track forecast but he says that's no excuse for not having a plan being prepared as the season begins psychological you'll feel better that you're doing something peter king cbs news lakeland florida the updated atlantic hurricane outlook forecasts in your average season a new study from harvard researchers estimates forty six hundred people died in puerto rico in the aftermath of hurricane maria far more than original estimates correspondent david begg no visited the island and has this report nice to meet you what are the people we talked to was builder castro her eighty three year old mother atalanta mature dependent on supplemental oxygen but was told by her hospice nurses they'd run out so much yuka went to the hospital and died two months later you believe the storm accelerated her death yes because he may how my in my home she was stable she was doing fine the first hospital and died on the way to the second hospital from new jersey told us the night of the hurricane her father jose had a heart attack over the next eight days one hospital didn't have room for him a second hospital didn't have power and the vietnam veteran died in an ambulance on the way to the third hospital.
"eighty three year" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Death toll in puerto rico from hurricane maria was more than seventy times the official count surprised a lot of people many of the deaths were blamed on delayed medical care cbs news correspondent david begg no is back in puerto rico continuing his report what are the people we talked to mildred castro her eighty three year old mother adulated mature depended on supplemental oxygen but was told by her hospice nurses they'd run out so machiko went to the hospital and died two months later you believe the storm accelerated her death because he may help in my home she was stable she was doing fine and months after the hurricane struck things are still lousy in puerto rico after an eight month nearly four billion dollar federal effort to restore the island of full power analysts say puerto rico's public electrical authority is almost certain to collapse again when the next hurricane hits police in new jersey beach town i've released body camera footage showing the violent arrest of the philadelphia woman accused of underage drinking over the memorial holiday weekend video was released just days after this cell phone video clearly shows an officer hitting wineman multiple times which he's already on the ground wineman was on the beach with her young daughter in friends she lives in kensington we stopped by our home wednesday night to see what she had to say about the new body cam video no answer at the door at the end of the body cam video officer explains to colleagues his side of the story grabiner chart taken out so slander on the ground she kicked him kyw tv reporter david spot was covering that story the rich carlton in chicago is at the center of a lawsuit a woman claims she was sexually assaulted during a massage at the ritz carlton in january of last year christian guzman says police arrested the masseuse but he was released from custody a few hours later a story in the tribune says guzman decided to go public with her allegations on behalf of herself and to give to other women who are reluctant to report sexual assaults the ritz carlton has not commented on the suit who's but did not name chicago police in the suit but says police fell to meaningfully investigate the incident chicago police have not commented heath johnson newsradio one oh five point nine fm wbz news time one thirty five other stories we're watching for you this morning colleague at.
"eighty three year" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Two other organs an eighty three year old woman with nausea vomiting and confusion a case record of the massachusetts general hospital by melissa madison and colleagues and eighty three year old woman with a history of atrial fibrillation was admitted to the hospital because of weakness nausea vomiting and diarrhea her family noted that she had been newly inattentive confused and lethargic two days before admission nausea vomiting and diarrhea developed the next day the patient asked her daughter repetitive questions and appeared to not recognize family members on the dave admission the patient reported global weakness the patient had history of rheumatic heart disease with mitral valve stenosis and regurgitation atrial fibrillation heart failure and chronic kidney disease medications included furor semites spiral acton motto paul deduction and wore fron she took her daily medications from pillbox organizer that her daughter filled on a weekly basis the patient had been under the care of a physician for several years but the physician saw her in the office very infrequently after the patient lost medicaid coverage features of this patient's presentation were consistent with the liam medications are a common cause of delirium particularly in older adults did jocson toxicity which is characterized by confusion dizziness nausea vomiting diarrhea weakness and visual disturbances was suspected this case highlights several of the well studied health consequences of being uninsured addressing generic drug market failures the case for establishing a nonprofit manufacturer a perspective article by dan lillian quist from inter mountain healthcare salt lake city utah.
"eighty three year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Taking pictures and interviewing people when eighty three year old mr ishii came driving in on his motorcycle to deliver his vegetables to the fruit market we followed him to his home or is up on a thirty foot ladder trimming a tree he works in the fields about four to six hours a day and he introduced us to his neighbor who was ninety years old without a wrinkle on his face neither of them use reading glasses and of course he works about six to eight hours out in the fields every day this was remarkable these people just exhibit a youthfulness a flexibility and their joints certainly healthfulness that we just don't see everywhere else in fact it was so remarkable that the emperor of japan actually has visited this village pictures were taken there you could see them all over the village there as they had posted him so this had stood out and of course connie chung abc news twenty twenty gone to visit there in the year two thousand this was originally on television you could see the actual pictures for yourself but the ha revolution has come here pat and of course we've had three years of use of ha but we can lose people in the science so they want to know what's real is this for real well it's real for tom writes to us a pharmacists now from santa cruz california seventy years of age participating in the whole lie ironman contest in kona hawaii this past year seventy years old he said this new ha formula for the joints did a great job not certainly a pharmacist would know here's john writing to me and saying you know at age fifty five boy when i tried ha i'm now back to playing full court basketball with the twenty year olds and i've even begun to jog again these are the kinds of reports that we hear you mentioned glucose amine and there's another one out there that's pretty popular msm how does this aj stack up against those other ones the other ones you have to take them for a while before even see any results glucose main takes quite a while to kick in msn is a wonderful sulphur compound and again it's an anti inflammatory as are many things like fish oil and so these are all wonderful but they're not dealing with the origin of the problem the origin of.
"eighty three year" Discussed on WINS 1010
"The falco won ten ten wins news time aid old to travel on long ireland's denied we're an elderly woman's dep is under investigation authorities say officers responding to a disturbance called at a house levitt town found something much worse than ten wins newsmen algimouss tonight it was surely before two o'clock in the afternoon when nassau county police responded do at nine one one goal at subiaco six north newbridge road in levitt town they found an eighty three year old woman inside did promote stab wounds to her chest second precincts officers on their arrival found a twenty four year old male side of the home of lesser rations to both forums detective lieutenant richard loe says the woman's grandson was taken to the hospital in serious condition with stab wounds after what police call oh targeted attack with a large cutting instrument now jones tim wins news no arrests have been made again tonight police are questioning a person of interest to south florida now and in the wake of the state power outages caused by hurricane irma eight people have died police say of heat related illnesses adam nursing home three died while inside the rehabilitation center of hollywood hills the others were pronounced dead at a local hospital hollywood police chief tom sanchez says it was hot is all get out inside the place because there was no ac we responded bear this morning we became aware of that conditions of some of the patient saying maybe italy or investigation had revealed that it's so removing pod on the second floor of the facility 115 residents taken out of the facility being checked for heat exhaustion and other illnesses now there's a criminal investigation going on questions being raised about generators and backup cooling systems and police the worst of all there's a trauma center and major medical facility lesson thirty feet away from where these people were found wins news time edel for hair hidden rows to tell you about tonight both of them ending in the worst way first julia poppa on the upper east where they're looking for yellow abba yes a yellow cab involved in an incident that temporary police sign flashes the.
"eighty three year" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Friends the cousin has also been charged news brought to you by cedarssinai la duck is have been hurt in a training exercise at camp pendleton officials say an amphibious landing vehicle caught fire during an accident this morning the extent of the injuries is not known the number of people without health insurance in california has dropped by half since two thousand thirteen california policy and budget center researcher scott graves says new census data showed the number of uninsured is down to two point eight bill million people l air or continue to work in california but progress it really being threatened by ongoing effort at the federal level to repeal the affordable care act grave says the numbers reflect california's full implementation of the affordable care act he says only about seven percent of people in california are without health insurance and eighty three year old grandpa in la puente has ended an hour's long police standoff on his roof by doing what the cops wouldn't wolford burgess climbed up there himself and gave the guy up push he says he ended the standoff yesterday just as soon as he could find a ladder of omar rule but i won't be been to loan go you've been up that up to now so obvious giga to ma bug here the sheriff's captain says burgess pushed the man because he was tired of his games the guy had been jumping from roof to roof but then he hunker down on top of burgess says house burgess says just because you're old that doesn't mean you got to sit down one person has been killed and three others have been hurt in a shooting at a high school in rockford washington just out of spokane police have set a person is in custody the school was locked down as police searched the campus six people who lived at a nursing home in hollywood florida that got hit by hurricane erma have died we believe of the farm there may be related for the loss of power and before hollywood florida police chief tom sanchez says the deaths may have been heat related the air conditioning had gone out at the nursing home the place has been evacuated one hundred fifteen people live there and sense has says police officers will be checking be forty two other assisted living facilities in nursing homes throughout the city to make sure the elderly residents are all safe traffic from your helpful socal honda traffic center crash downtown.
"eighty three year" Discussed on WEEI
"The cavs after carry as burt trade the cubs i first place in were gearing up started training camp rally at bell welcome sports that are all night on espn radio add the espn app i'm jim basketball those stories and route first up the story from royal birkdale in search of the first open title jordan speed three shots clear matt kuchar extending his lead on the final hole with his third round by sinking a bird from the edge of the green with a sixty five coocher finished with a sixty six while us open champ brooks kepco was six shots back tied with canadian austin conley speed match the score from the first round sitting at a lebanon one ninety nine at breaks it by six shots the fifty four a whole record at royal birkdale at tom watson said in nineteen eighty three year speak nothing changed now it played exactly how we thought yesterday was kava crap shoot would it no forget rain out much wind soda josh which has what tomorrow cannot be like but today was some i was just now go out there and take advantage when you get a good number and when you don't take your medicine i mean it's so much easier to putt without when let alone hit it shot state agrarian but i stayed out of trouble off the tee today i drive off the tee after the first two holes uh a thought some it was it was my best a performance that i've had in the last few events this will be speeds third time taking a lead into the final round up a major he led by four at the masters two years back and won by that margin more recently a oneshot lead at augusta national distort the final round up fiveshot lead at the turn in a quadruple bogey on the twelve cost him yet another green jacket speed with the mind said he has heading in the final round it's a different feeling and and one that it's harder to sleep with than the other way around because you don't feel like if feel like you've got almost change the way you do things and he almost kind of see the finish line and and in your control your own destiny and sometimes that's that some that can be a a big thing on your mind this was speeds won the masters and us open again trying for his first british open title coocher has yet to win.
"eighty three year" Discussed on KOMO
"A brutal attack on eighty three year old resident assisted living facility and seatac use causing fear among neighbours there for a year old woman is starts seems almost taking answer here whoa deputies the man climb through an open window hit the elderly woman in the head than sexually assaulted her deputy say the woman waited several minutes in fear before screaming for help police are trying to locate surveillance video that might have captured image of the suspect they're asking anyone with information of please come forward you can do so by contacting the king county sheriff's office more disturbing news this time out of thurston county were detectives are investigating a rape near hjelm here's comost christian drew a peaceful lakeside community now on edge after claims a rape early wednesday morning nineteen year old woman says she was hanging out on sunset beach drinking alcohol with france just after midnight the woman walked away from the group george trail to go to the bathroom the woman told deputies at some point she woke up with a man on top of her raping her the 19year old told the deputies she yelled at the man to get off of her and then went straight home without telling her friends because she wasn't fairest and the morning the woman told her mara what happened and that's what our mom brought her to the hospital to get a rape kits exam the suspect who's described as a white man about forty years old 6foot3 into 150pounds hillis cleanshaven with dark eyes almost kristen drew the legislature's failure to pass a budget no affecting agencies around the stayed komuves keith eldridge says firefighter.