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"elston" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Stop for North College Hill Police. Dropped friar allegedly pointed the gun of police and cold rain. Township Officer Zack Elston opened fire, injuring the suspect deter, says Officer Elston is to be commended for his bravery and quick action, protecting his own life and the lives of his brother officers and he will not be charged. The battle against covert 19 is going better. I am of the county Commissioner Denise Treehouse says the numbers keep dropping. When it comes to positive cases and hospitalizations. The battle against covert 19 is going better. Numbers continue to decline. When it comes to positive cases and hospitalizations, bolstered by increased vaccinations. And the cold weather, I think is keeping people inside and keeping people from gathering. However, the number of people who have died leap to 27 in Hamilton County from just five the previous week. Commissioner Drea House. Thanks the holidays. Maybe the reason Indiana now has 12,000 deaths from covert 19, Indiana also reporting about 1400 new cases in the past day, Ohio reporting about 3300 new cases With 63 new deaths, Kentucky's newest number's coming out Later this afternoon, Wall Street the Dow up 1 31 NASDAQ Up minus 13 right now. And the S and P 500 up threes news Radio 700 wlw sport. Here's the Reds up. They get the latest on baseball into Red's Tonight Hot Stove league starting tonight at 605 right here on 700 wlw. One of the special guest will be Reds general manager Nick Kroll, Reds pitchers and catchers report one week from today to spring training camp and Goodyear. Arizona College Basketball. Thomas More's women's team is ranked number one in the nation and the latest and AI a pole. Thomas Moore 21 1 on the season. Also Cincinnati Bearcat senior forward Mari Thomas. Semi finalist for the mid major Player of the Year Award. Bill Dennison, 700 WLW Sport 3 36. Next news Coming up at four Matt Reese News radio 700 wlw. Inspired by state farm. Surprisingly great rates. It's so cheap Got agreement. Hello, staking event your average Joe. Like a good neighbor State farm. Is there the your friend asks for one of your fries? Just one? I promise. So you say, sure have a fried They take at least seven price. Thank you because it's never really just one fry. Is it, Neil? There's a meal for every moment on the McDonald's $123 menu. Get all your favorite items like the MC double.
"elston" Discussed on Welcome with Karim Kanji
"Tsn's james duffy for those of you who don't know. James covers hockey the great cup super bowl as one of the masters tournament on these sports network here in canada James has won a ton of awards. Canadian screen awards sports media canada award for outstanding sports broadcasting he has written a boatload of books including his latest called beauties hockey's greatest untold stories. But james is also a fellow volunteer with cocker covid. Nineteen which helped to raise both funds as well as personal protective equipment during wave one of the current pandemic. This is a great discussion. I really hope you enjoy it. Thanks everyone for listening. Enjoy this conversation with. Tsn's james duffy. Thanks for doing this. Thank you so much. Really appreciate the time. No prob now. Kareem kareem kareem three and james of the hats. The hats awesome. Thank you actually at Suleiman the guy who started concrete. Bobin nineteen nine out of this house. Yesterday he bought a bunch of books for a friends' his so i was staying high family. Yeah i did some stuff for them back in. Yes just a legit delivering stuff lose which you'll find nice wonderful. Yes so many that. I've been friends for many years. Have you yeah. So i did some behind the scenes stuff. I'm sure give him. And i don't know if you've ever Greg elston he was the the tech guy the website guy. And i think i think once are i think i might to sign a book form yesterday. Okay he was he was. Did you do that. Event for the doctors ontario duct was at hot doctors. Yes that's actually. That's where i dealt with greg. Yeah yeah he was. He had put that together. I think yeah. I told him. You gotta get a wide variety guests on here. Yeah i've got a couple of podcasts. So i have a music one. Nice that greg is my co host and producer for and then this one has really my failed dream. Really write music when i was a kid. Yeah my dad was a musician and.
"elston" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"I wanted to tell the kids. Don't. Take good care of yourself. Don't do drugs and alcohol think your final line in the book is one that's Particularly special. Don't end up over the hill before you even start to climate and I thought that that was a real strong message to send out a two kids I'll just add a personal. No one of the reasons why we have sports byline. USA around the country is that I had Duke Snider in the Studio One night and it was the seed for taking this nationally a man called me said Ronald waited thirty five years talk to Duke, Snider. In tonight you're giving me the chance and that's really what this is all about. Let's take you around the country right now Micky Richard. Wailing? West Virginia. Mickey. I'm GonNa ask you two quick things. One thing Richard. All, right. The one thing is what I wanted to ask. There was something that you did I can't remember I. Remember something happened where you told one of the catcher's neither Yogi Berra Elston Howard to go take a shower. You were sure you're gonna hit a home run. I was like Babe Ruth type deal who was the pitcher? What was that situation? All about? It was in the sixty four world series Barney Schultz. knuckleballer. They brought him in at the pitch to us and the last the last part was that was the last inning. And Elston was in the on-deck circle and whenever they brought him in, I went back to to. You can go into the clubhouse getting Dr a similar hit one out of here course. Now I gotTa Tell You that wasn't the first time. I called a home run, but that's probably the first time I ever hit one when I did call it. How many times did you call for home runs? Heck. No, tell him. Anyway that that home run broke Babe Ruth home run record in world series play. It was my sixteenth he had fifteen and won the game for. So that was one of the biggest Thrill I've ever had warren where are you driving around the country listening to sports byline tonight I'm up in Rochester New York go right ahead you're making hi Mickey. Yeah Mickey I'm so proud.
"elston" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"I do miss about driving downtown quite often if I had election time I would just somehow get to get sucked off the Edens expressway there and worked my way over income down on Helston and wind up at the Addison Elston white castle locations there's also one that Peterson and Clark London eleven Terry I can yeah that's good that's what a way to get off the road Peterson and gold so down to lake shore drive I stopped that white castle but yeah those those double cheese burger sliders are so I don't know what they put in there this pretty good unbelievably good and I'm a person who hates onions but the only time I can eat onions is on those white castle sliders and I just think they're great to quote other great Larry David they're pretty pretty pretty pretty damn good for you yes now how many double cheese burgers could you I usually get three I guess three double cheese burgers that's what I usually get a white castle hi do one better than that and I'm always deeply ashamed because I think that's a solid ninety carbs between four double cheese burgers right then I got to go to you know I got to hit the ice to to take care of that but whether something you know it when they will be everyday obviously might be two times a month maybe maybe three times every.
"elston" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Stories how deep for I you love the I was like twenty there's twenty plenty five of thirty them out okay there I it just wasn't see in but we've I passed been kind out when of I keeping got to the service these in I lost consciousness in the back because of the the nitrogen overall of stack my brain here dead let's hook start me out up with to the an oxygen guy he's tank the tri and athletes so I was sitting on the boat of with criminals an oxygen tank they're like Gerry oh yeah Francis well Malloy I got a turtle cove Mike yeah her Nando county well sheriff's sure why office not Fernando let's county go course being so the Tampa I got back Bay and area your nets I don't know trust he right was the arrested certifiable I'm gonna stick to snorkeling and thank you very much he we can't go much deeper made in a couple the cops of feet came you in they know said what alright I can't you know snorkel your body really we are under I arrest cannot snorkel something about no an I. city eight was I can't I can't deal riding with his the bike water going cops into saw the him yeah to be wait saying a sec this guy's got and in to get my this mouth case and kind plus of worn I like to out I for like his to dive arrest down but so the cop I'd you so know follow weird the certified guy on the bike scuba diver I can take it I running can do an his instructional siren is dive lights for somebody and anytime pull over get over the side but Gary I can't we snorkel know we are you interesting got a warrant for your while arrest for taking in I'm a freak in nature Hey who didn't know that gosh in our final Florida story comes not from Florida but actually from northern territories of Australia but it should actually be Florida there's good crocodile hunters and there's not so good crocodile hunters and this guy his name is Elston lami lami Elston limey lami was out hunting crocodiles and yeah I I guess this should be spoken what a day one of crocodile hunter school make sure there's a difference what you're standing on is it a submerged log or is it a is it a crocodile Mr let Mr lami limey I happen to step and he thought it was a submerged log no it was a submerged crocodile weekly career quickly re Mister let me let me yeah I realized he was standing on this crocodile the crocodile also realize Mr lami lami was standing on him he said the crock flip me around he had that look in his eye and said basically you're mine you're my lunch Mister lami lami said Lani Lani said he looks Yummy Yummy Yummy Yummy Essie freed himself from the animal life to kicking at the animal with the other leg but the crop came after him again on him three times the knows he let me go said Mr Lani Lani and then the crocodile made the ultimate bites he Ghanem in the growing oh boy well let me ask you Mister lami lami went nuts and started hammering this knows of this crocodile the crocodile eventually let him go said Elston lami lami but selsun lami lami was loaded aboard the helicopter luckily they were able to get in the hospital in time he suffered surgery but from now on he's going to be known as just Elston lami.
"elston" Discussed on KTRH
"At six o'clock and I told the story of Elston Morris Howard how he was murdered and how his murderer was being put to death and that that would be happening at six it did it six oh two the procedure began Joe Grimaldi the head of the police officers union and ray hunt his immediate pressed predecessor were there as guests of the family to witness that execution Joe a powerful thing right yeah good morning Michael it was very very powerful but what was truly incredible is a strength of this family I don't think I've ever met anybody like them before and especially miss Howard who who is in her mid eighties and has waited over thirty years for justice you know her son only live to the age of twenty four so you know this is a man and I will I will mention a name by name because he he don't deserve to be mentioned by name but he was able to live on death row for thirty years and helping our only got twenty four years on this earth let me tell you that woman was incredible she sat there and stared her son's killer in the eyes what long it was carried out I think she globally felt some some closure after this yeah I think for them this is finally closing a very painful chapter eight in their book their life and for her it just gave her an opportunity to make sure that she saw that while she was still here by her strength back I mean I can't say enough about it I was right there next door I mean she just she stared him right in the face her facial expression didn't change the entire time I mean you want to talk about strange yeah she's an inspiration all of us talk about what actually happened in nineteen eighty eight when officer Howard was mark so I'm sure Howard and by vision was actually doing that kind of like it's being on an adult bookstore and he was actually in the store which is HPD jacket on I believe his right knee on or take a time are you even interacting with the clerk and down a suspect who once again I'm not to mention my name you don't deserve it a long being shot him in the back you know clear today that he had an H. P. jacket on and after Elston Howard fell to the floor this dirt bag still around and put two more bullets and just to make sure and Elise cold blooded and the thought of the what he did and he fled afterwards and that you know one of the reasons that we were able to actually catch him at that time was because his partner was still instead and that we do in the robbery with them was so upset at him for shooting a police officer that if he actually shot him in the hand and dump them out on the side of the road eventually our officers that of course track them down buddy it was a cold wanted murder this you can't bring back officer Howard but it was a powerful presentation chief Acevedo and the honor guard was there talk a little bit about that because those are things that don't get reported back home and I think they are important yeah they turn last night for the family what incredible this support with their I mean we we had dozens of police officers all lined up in uniform in formation saluting his family as they walk in and saluting them as they come as they come back out and I think a lot of people I should know when we say all the blue family that's something we just say bye and I will never forget but now that is who we are we will never forget the sacrifices of these officers we will never forget the sacrifices of these family members and they will always be a part of our family I had the pleasure of getting to know that the Howard in AG family over the last five years at our police memorial ceremony in may and they become close friends of mine and their outstanding people and they deserve all the support that they're getting right now our our our our five officers four of whom were shot five all of five who were were injured recently I they're doing well you know to our already home one should probably go home today the other two are they they're stabilizing I doctors are saying everything is trending in the right direction once again I'd like to thank the community because the support I know I keep saying this is just been so overwhelming we are showing the world once again that Houston is the greatest city in the world and for anybody that that wants to help these officers are you interested in donating they can donate at assist the officer dot com at the same as the officer dot com and all the proceeds will go to the family all the donations will go to the families and the officers to help them as they were covered Joe thanks for been there last night and no that means a lot to the family it's it's not an easy thing but at least they don't have to go to court hearings any longer at least they don't have to be there to represent their fallen son and and I think the line was it may not bring closure but at least it closes a chapter and they can move on his eighty five year old mother deserves at least that thanks for doing that I know your driving back late last night in your back to it this this morning and and you all are trying to be there for the families of of these five officers who were wounded so good luck to you thank you Michael Joe the mall the Houston police officers union Howard Schultz former CEO of Starbucks I've never much cared for him he's a bit of a grand Stander but he's done very well I was not aware that his story is a rags to riches story grew up in a project much a self made man I was reading some comments made by leftist they're furious at Howard Schultz that he's talking about running as an independent because I think that helps trump get reelected by splitting the Democrat vote and somebody made the statement somebody that worked on the Obama team he's a strategist he said you're not self made if you grew up in the projects because the government paid for your housing and your schooling and everything else and it's just one more reminder that the left doesn't want.
"elston" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"He was traded from the Yankees the camp to the Philadelphia age the Kansas city and the Yankees broke the color line with Elston Howard because he was more of what the Yankees wanted but I'm glad just thought of that yeah the big power was a a tremendous but I got to interview him I got to meet him I got to meet him at the ballpark I was just clear after a after the Philly AGD deeply. it was terrific to Cleveland the end up with Minnesota for awhile but as I say he could steal home who's a flashy play was a great defensive first baseman and a lot of fun yeah that was big powers so will be much yes Vic power in Kevin pull ares somehow and he's got the flash to about that he's not as quite of a yeah but he's but he's out the flash with the glove he talks with his with his defense are like that yeah I'm into that more interesting what what do you think about today no but I'm gonna tomorrow your thoughts on that we'll hear from Kerry Crowley at some point and Maria Guardado there in the clubhouse bummer supposed to address the media this morning not pitching tomorrow you're is surprised yeah I am kind of surprise it's kind of a bummer I'm interested to see what his reason a rationales for I don't know if people are looking at it saying he doesn't want to see a ready go I I can't imagine it would go up over for her I don't know if it has to do with the innings county if two oh seven or two fourteen to ten would be too many for my I don't understand what the of the reasoning with bees on normal rest right I I I can't imagine what that what the reasoning is but apparently Boetsch talked to a woman I'd like to see him throw he's a guy who takes the ball supposedly this is his his thing he takes the ball in every situation give me the ball I'm gonna go shove against whoever's out there but for some reason it won't happen tomorrow so health insurer which if it's protecting yourself before free agency I can understand that but if you want to be this guy in free agency that is the the I go out there no matter what god and I don't understand what the rationale is and and I'm kind of bummed about it to be honest with you well no pun intended. no I actually had not thought about it and about it no pointed to all right yeah yeah me too I thought when I tweeted out last night when both she said well we don't know what's happened send this you know there's a that was the red flag issue of maybe is going to come in relief and who knows maybe he well I don't know but anxious to hear from Kerry and Maria Guardado when they get here because I'm sure though have talked to I would got much more coming up live here at the public castigate giants baseball we've got a big weekend here I know that the big crowds.
Jim Belton, Jim Bowden And Baseball discussed on Radio From Hell
"He was one of a kind an original he will be missed former Yankees pitcher Jim Belton has died at the age of eighty Jim Bowden a picture of modesty treatment was celebrated iconoclast who left a lasting mark on baseball as the author of bowl for a raunchy shrewd irreverent and best selling players diary the tainted the games wholesome image he died on Wednesday at his home in the Berkshires in Massachusetts he was eighty years old even if you don't follow baseball I so for some reason somebody handed me a copy once a ball for and I read it it's hilarious and the ideas and he names names he played with he played with Maris and mantle he said Mickey mantle was drunk or hungover every time he came to bat yeah he talked about a better that way Mountbatten was blackballed among baseball for years after they hated him because he because he because he named names did you make a movie about it and it it it it it made it a shortlist sitcom he was on it too for life it may elect to five episodes anyway it's if you ever get a chance if you ever just you know pick it up and read it some time even if you don't like baseball it's a funny funny and kind of kind of their Revver I mean very irreverent book he talks about Elston Howard the catcher for the Yankees swapping wives with another player and on it goes on and on and none of the players are faithful to their wives on the road you know all the ins including him bounces including me I
"elston" Discussed on Hockey Today
"And I soon he's gonna get resigned. You liked it there they like him. And I'm sure they'll work something out Brock Nelson. I think is probably on their list to try to keep as well. Although, you know, I don't know if he's going to be patting anybody on the head next year during games and one of the weirder stories I've seen and then they Joe playoff where we're guy past the goalie out ahead after a goal is scored by his excuse either. They want to run into that was. Yeah. No. That was just a weird play. But you know, what I didn't really like either Doug, and you have been patting brought Nelson on the head during blind. Because I, you know, especially in this is the thing they had a game, and they had four more periods that I believe we played in that series after that play by now. Happened. I believe late in the second period play happening three. And if w Hamilton was that upset by it. There was plenty of time for Dougie Hamilton to let those rock Nelson know how he felt and when you think about game for you had a full twenty minutes of play where the series was basically over at that point. And, you know, not to say Dougie Hamilton news do anything crazy. But if he wanted to confront Brock Nelson physically he had every opportunity to do it. But instead he probably them on the head in the handshake line. So I don't know why Brock Nelson did it to begin with. I thought it was kind of silly. I've interviewed blocked Elston before he seems like a pretty, you know, Minnesota kid doesn't say too much. So I mean, I have no idea what was going on the ice. And why he did that? But I think if Deng Hamilton had such a big problem with it. He's probably because he had many he had a lot of opportunity over the next eighty minutes of of series time to make those feelings known during this Nelson, and he didn't do it. So that you. This is a guy that was basically cowering away from Alex Ovechkin and round number one. So for me, I was the, you know, the act itself was kind of silly by by Brock Nelson. But I thought Dougie Hamilton response with equally strange, and you know, in my view, Cowan be honest with you, but any rate that's that. All right. We got a couple of nights. So I think Nelson's gonna sign after that Leonard they're going to probably try to sign Leonard too. But I think, you know, Louis probably look at it a lot of things when it comes to goaltenders..
Grand Canyon tourists reportedly exposed for years to radiation
"The National Park Service and federal workplace safety. Experts are investigating claims that employees and visitors at the Grand Canyon museum might have been exposed to unhealthy levels of radiation. ABC's Jim Ryan says three buckets of uranium or we're founded a museum office last year. The staff at the Grand Canyon is on record as saying that the three five gallon buckets have been removed, and that the radiation level in the museum is normal now, but the health and wellness manager at the Grand Canyon wants the park service to alert anyone who might have visited that building since two thousand of potential exposure Elston Stevenson says the buckets were discovered by a co workers teenage son who's Geiger counter enthusiast and brought the device into the museum. Jim Ryan
"elston" Discussed on KTRH
"My fault mafele. All right. We're ready. Ready? Talk about Howard shoots today. And so made men and women some comments that were made because he is self made. And I'm gonna give some of you an opportunity to talk about briefly. So get the story out in thirty seconds or less your hardscrabble rags to riches story yourself. You don't have to be a billionaire. You're proud of where you came from. And where you are today. That's going to be a subject we're talking about. But I. Yesterday at the beginning of the five o'clock show evening show. I told you that there was going to be an execution at six o'clock. And I told you the story of Elston Morris Howard, how he was murdered in how his murderer was being put to death and. That that would be happening at six it did at six oh to the procedure began Joe Gamal de the head of the police officers union and Ray hunt his immediate predecessor were there as guests of the family to witness that execution Joe. Pretty powerful thing. Right. Good morning, Michael. It was very very powerful. But what was truly incredible is the strength of this family. I don't think I've ever met anybody like them before. And especially MS Howard who who is in her mid eighties and has waited over thirty years for Justice. You know, her son only lived at the age of twenty four. So, you know, this is man, and I I won't mention it by name because he he doesn't deserve to be mentioned my name, but he was able to live on death row for thirty years and Howard only got twenty four years on this earth. Well, let me tell you. That woman was incredible. She sat there and stared her son's killer in the eyes while it was carried out. I think she probably felt some some closure after this. Yeah. I think for them. This is finally closing a very painful chapter in their book their life, and for her it just gave her an opportunity to make sure that she saw that while she was still here. But her strength. I I mean, I can't say enough about it. I was right there next door Amin. She just she stared him right in the face or facial expression. Didn't change the entire time. I mean, you wanna talk about strengths. She's an inspiration all of us. Talk about what actually happened in nineteen Eighty-eight when officer Howard was murdered. Obser- Howard and vice division was actually doing kind of like being on an adult bookstore, and he was actually in the store with his HPD's jacket on and believe he's writing the onery taking the time. Or is he was interacting with the clerk and the suspect who once again, I I'm not gonna mention my name. He doesn't deserve it walked in shot him in the back clear that he had it HP jacket on and after Elston Howard fell to the floor. This. This dirt bags stood over him and put two more bullets in them just to make sure and it was cold blooded and methodical what he did. And he fled afterwards. And you know, one of the reasons that we were able to actually catch him at the time was because his partner was so upset and that was doing the robbery with him was so upset at him for shooting a police officer. He actually shot him in the hand and dumped them out on the side of the road. And eventually our officers, of course, track them down, but it was a cold blooded murder. This. You can't bring back officer Howard. But it was a powerful presentation chief Vado and the honor guard was there talk a little bit about that. Because those are things that don't get reported back home. And I think they are important. Yeah. The turnout last night for the family was incredible the support with their. I mean, we we had dozens of police officers all lined up in uniform in formation, saluting this family as they walked in and saluting them as it come as they come back out. And I think a lot of people assume that when we say, oh, the blue family, you know, that's something we just say, right? And that will never forget. But no that is who we are. We will never forget the sacrifices of these officers. We will never forget the sacrifices of these family members. And they will always be a part of our family. I've had the pleasure of getting to know that the Howard in AG family over the last five years at our police memorial ceremony in may, and they become close friends of mine, and they're outstanding people, and they deserve all the support that they're getting right now. How are how are five officers four of whom were shot five all of whom were were injured recently? They're doing well, you know to already home one should probably go home today. The other two are they're stabilizing. Doctors are saying everything is trending in the right direction. Once again, I'd like to thank the community because the support I know I keep saying this is just been so overwhelming, we are showing the world once again that Houston is the greatest city in the world and for anybody that wants to help these officers or is interesting donating. They can donate at assist the officer dot com. That's assist. The officer dot com and all the proceeds will go to the family all over donations will go to the families and the officers to help them as they recovered. Joe? Thanks for being there last night. I know that means a lot to the family. It's it's not an easy thing. But at least they don't have to go to court hearings any longer. They don't have to be there to represent their fallen son. And I think the line was it may not bring closure. But at least it closes a chapter, and they can move on his eighty five year old mother deserves at least that thanks for doing that. I know y'all were driving back late last night. And you're back to it. This this morning, and and y'all are trying to be there for the families of of these five officers were wounded, so good luck to you. Thank you, Michael job them Aldi Houston. Police officers union Howard Schultz, former CEO of Starbucks. I've never much cared for him. He's a bit of a grand standard. But he's done. Very well. I was not aware that his story is a rags to riches story grew up in a project. Very much a self made man, I was reading some comments made by leftists. They're furious at Howard Schultz that he's talking about running as an independent because they think that helps Trump get reelected by splitting the democrat vote. And somebody made the statement somebody that worked on the Obama team. He's a strategist he said, you're not self made. If you grew up in the projects because the government paid for your housing and your schooling and everything else, and it's just one more reminder that the.
"elston" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Fifty six minutes. Six PM central. In the great state of Texas. Unless there is a stay. By the supreme court. There will be an execution. Of a man whose name I will not say who thirty one years ago murdered a Houston. Police department officer the officer's name was Elston. Howard. He interrupted a robbery. At an at an adult bookstore. He was inside the store riding citations. The store allegedly had violated city ordinances had not pull the correct permits. So the officer was there to write code violations. When an armed subject entered the store. He intended to rob the store. He comes running in gun a blazing ready to rob the store when all of a sudden he realizes oh. Sats. A police officer. He turns and shoots the officer. Elston Howard Elston Morris Howard, not once not twice. Three times. With the intention of killing him. With the officer dead. He didn't flee in horror. He then proceeded to rob the store to do what he'd come to do. He fled the store. As he got into the car the getaway car with his accomplice. His accomplice learned that he had shot and killed the police officer. His accomplice new. This is bad news. This is really bad news. Get out of the car. Said his accomplice. You're not coming with me. You're bad news. You killed a police officer you elevated an armed robbery. To the murder. Of an individual and that individual happens to be a police officer. As the accomplice attempted to push him out of the car and tell him you can't get away with me. The killer who killed the police officer. Then shot his accomplice. He was apprehended. He was tried. He was convicted he.
"elston" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"The family of Elston Morris Howard. Find some solace. Some consolation. In the fact that Justice is about to be served. We're gonna talk today about medical ethics. We're going to talk about the value of human life. We're going to talk about the taking intentionally of human life. I believe in very limited circumstances. With plenty of protections and appeals and limitations. The life can and should be taken. By the state as punishment for a very narrow category of crimes. I shudder. When I hear people say that someone should get the death penalty for anything other than. Capital murder. It disturbs me capital murder. The death penalty should be reserved. For those cases were an individual intended to commit the murder of another person. Not in legal justifiable self defense. I don't believe that really bad guys are really sick guys committing crimes that we don't like should be given the death penalty. I do believe they should be penalized incarcerated. Often for life. But the taking of human life by the state should be reserved for cases, just like this. It shouldn't be reserved solely for when you take the life of a police officer. But that is a factor. It's an aggravating factor. I do not believe. That the taking of a human life should be authorized in cases, where almost one hundred percent of us would agree that that is a human life. There is a disagreement. We might not like this. But there is a disagreement. That people can have as to win life begins. I believe it begins at conception. Some people begin believe it begins at the point at which you can hear a heartbeat. These are political disagreements we can have. But what you're going to hear during today's show about a Bill that was passed in New York and a Bill that's being debated in Virginia. Should chill you to the bone..
"elston" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"In fifty six minutes at six PM central. In the great state of Texas. Unless there is a stay. By the supreme court. There will be an execution of a man whose name I will not say who thirty one years ago murdered a Houston. Police department officer the officer's name was Elston. Howard. He interrupted a robbery. At an at an adult bookstore. He was inside the store writing citations the store allegedly had violated city ordinances had not pull the correct permits. So the officer was there to write code violations. When an armed subject entered the store. He intended to rob the store. He comes running in gun a blazing ready to rob the store when all of a sudden he realizes, oh, that's a police officer. He turns and shoots the officer. Elston Howard Elston Morris Howard, not once not twice three times. With the intention of killing him. With the officer dead. He didn't flee in horror. He then proceeded to rob the store to do what he'd come to do. He fled the store. As he got into the car the getaway car with his accomplice. His accomplice learned that he had shot and killed the police officer. Is accomplished new. This is bad news. This is really bad news. Get out of the car said his accomplice, you're not coming with me. You're bad news. You killed.
"elston" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"The family of Elston Morris Howard. Find some solace. Some consolation. In the fact that Justice is about to be served. We're going to talk today about medical ethics. We're going to talk about the value of a human life. We're going to talk about the taking intentionally of a human life. I believe in very limited circumstances. With plenty of protections and appeals and limitations. The life can and should be taken by the state as punishment for a very narrow category of crimes. I shudder. When I hear people say that someone should get the death penalty for anything other than. Capital murder. It disturbs me capital murder. The death penalty should be reserved. For those cases were an individual intended to commit the murder of another person. Not in legal justifiable self defense. I don't believe that really bad guys. Really sick guys. Committing crimes that we don't like should be given the death penalty. I do believe they should be penalized incarcerated. Often for life. But the taking of a human life by the state should be reserved for cases, just like this. It shouldn't be reserved solely for when you take the life of a police officer. But that is a factor. It's an aggravating factor. I do not believe that the taking of a human life should be authorized in cases where almost one hundred percent of us would agree. That that is a human life. There is a disagreement. We might not like this. But there is a disagreement. That people can have as to when life begins. I believe it begins at conception. Some people begin believe it begins at the point at which you can hear a heartbeat. These are political disagreements we can have. But what you're going to hear during today's show about a Bill that was passed in New York and a Bill that's being debated in Virginia..
"elston" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Was sentenced to death. He undertook the series. Of appeals at each level. Conviction was upheld. The punishment was upheld. Elston morris. Howard only got to live to be twenty four. He was doing his job. Serving and protecting. And in so doing in the line of duty. He was shot and killed. He got to live twenty four years. The man who chose to take his life with not one not two but three bullets. The clear intention of murdering him. During the commission of an armed robbery that he then completed what a monster. That man has been allowed to live thirty one years since then. He has lived seven years longer. As a convicted murderer, then officer Elston Morris. Howard lived. As a person a son a police officer a public servant. His family and the leadership of the Houston. Police officers union at their invitation. Are assembled awaiting the execution of the man who chose to end his life. And in about fifty minutes that will occur. And will inform you when it's done aggrava-.
"elston" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"In fifty six minutes. Six PM central. In the great state of Texas. Unless there is a stay. By the supreme court. There will be an execution. Of a man whose name I will not say who thirty one years ago murdered a Houston. Police department officer the officer's name was Elston. Howard. He interrupted a robbery. At an at an adult bookstore. He was inside the store riding citations. The store allegedly had violated city ordinances had not pull the correct permits. So the officer was there to write code violations. When an armed subject entered the store. He intended to rob the store. He comes running in gun a blazing ready to rob the store when all of a sudden he realizes oh. That's a police officer. He turns and shoots the officer. Elston Howard Elston Morris Howard, not once not twice. Three times. With the intention of killing him. With the officer dead. He didn't flee in horror. He then proceeded to rob the store to do what he'd come to do. He fled the store. As he got into the car the getaway car with his accomplice. His accomplice learned that he had shot and killed the police officer. His accomplice new. This is bad news. This is really bad news. Get out of the car said his accomplice, you're not coming with me. You're bad news. You killed a police officer. Elevated an armed robbery. To the murder. Of an individual and that individual happens to be a police officer. As the accomplice attempted to push him out of the car and tell him you can't get away with me. The killer who killed the police officer. Then shot his accomplice. He was apprehended. He was tried. He was convicted he.
"elston" Discussed on KTRH
"Veterans museum coming to live in Houston is a proposed five hundred forty thousand square foot innovative facility, they call it. That will be a place to help veterans transition into civilian life marketing director, Andy valid says it will have much more than just military museum exhibits come to our museum. You'll be able to book, you know, you can go to Normandy. If you want to or gene if you want to and a travel agent will help us take some of that further research and further interest in American history. Okay. It's a private facility. Not a government. One Valdez says they are considering several locations all on the east side of town final. Completion would be expected by July fourth of twenty twenty six we'll keep tabs on it. Houston man scheduled to be the first Texas death row. Inmate executed in twenty nineteen is Robert Jennings. Convicted of killing Houston police officer Elston Howard while robbing an adult bookstore in nineteen eighty eight. Another execution was scheduled earlier this month. But that inmate received a stay it's now six thirty seven NFL ratings up five percent in two thousand eighteen over twenty seventeen when players were protesting the national anthem the protest all but disappeared this past season. Sports talk seven ninety s indie colusa, former Texan says, the NFL's demise was greatly exaggerated. He says it's unlikely that competing leagues like the af and XL XFL have much of a chance of overtaking them. Maybe they'll be a small segment who likes to see your heart. His who likes to see football play the way we're used to seeing they'll they'll gain some fans there. But I don't think there's any football league that came compete with the NFL Kalou says one thing hurting the NFL now is that changing rules that makes a lot a hits on quarterbacks. Illegal. And as you said the Pro Bowl wasn't much to what was a joke. Yeah. Are you planning to watch the Super Bowl on Sunday KTAR, H dot com and sound off for us on our Facebook page. Houston Rockets snapped a three. Game winning streak. They lost the New Orleans..
"elston" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Five twenty two and six. Haymaking funding, my ordering Benny honner on delivery. Yes. Is it the whole point of going into Benny honner where they make it in front of you, not when you want the Benny honner fried rice. Okay. So now, it's delivered through Jordache. Yeah. What's the point though, what you jumping on her about anything? I mean, part of the most of the early the food. It's the the up and leave the studio from going to video I'll Kathy craved the fried rice. Okay. Yeah. I got was fried rice. You craving stuff gave you guys California roll. And I got fried rice in some chicken. Here we go. By the way, Elston Howard. In Pellston Howard, thirteen years of the couple with the Red Sox his career batting average. He was a catcher to two seventy two seventy four good hitter. I think. Homerun road hitter at one hundred sixty seven home runs. So how many times was he an all star? Oh, I would bet. Whereas that I would bet Elston Howard is all star seven or eight to really let's see I don't I don't remember him being a great player. And I think if he wasn't on the Yankees he would have been just a another catcher. I don't think he was a great player. I loved Elston Howard. Let me let me go. Okay. Find out, but I was baseball card. But yeah, you play on the Yankees for a decade and have a good career. You're gonna you're gonna have a big name in a big legacy. Put Elston Howard on the let's see put Elston Howard on the Toronto Blue Jays. First African American player in the roster. This was eight years after Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier. He was the MVP the American League for the sixty three pennant winners. Wait, sixty three. Yeah. Okay. That's right. Third in the league in slugging average fifth in home runs. He won go gloves and sixty three and sixty four set an American League record for putouts and total chances lifetime feeling percentage of nine ninety three a major league record from sixty seven to seventy three. I can just quickly give you his all star. He was good. Yeah. Yeah. He was hell hell of a player. Room two thirty banks as a young sparring where Lolo World Series what the hand honors. I'll find it. Very rick. Thank you. Dave. Everything you ever wanted to know geese Elston Howard. It's five twenty five. I got a guy for you. Earl wilson. It was the first African American to play for the Red Sox. And he was a pitcher. That played for the Detroit Tigers when I was a kid and what I remember most about him. He was a really good hitting pitcher. Wow. One year he hit. I believe seven home runs. They used to pinch hit with Earl Wilson. And I think he hit thirty something in his career as a pitcher. Plus was a twenty game winner. I will add to the Elston Howard legacy here in this something I did not know Elston Howard is credited with inventing the batting Donut. A circular lead way with a rubber shell used by waiting batters. In the on-deck circle place around a bat to make it feel heavier when he did that it caused the discontinuation of the practice of hitter swinging multiple bats at the same time, though. There you go. That is a kid that was him. I still haven't found the all-star I will five twenty six. We'll check out some news, traffic and weather all that's coming up. KOA newsradio. It.
University also cut men’s exam scores
"Hey, I'm Julia for lawn. Here's three stories you need to know about today. Paul Manafort who was Trump's campaign chairman for a few months in two thousand sixteen has been on trial all week. You might remember him from that infamous Trump Tower meeting between Donald Trump, junior, Jared, Kushner, and a Russian attorney who claimed to have incriminating information about Hillary Clinton. Now he's facing criminal charges of money laundering violating federal lobbying disclosure law and obstruction of Justice in federal courts in Virginia and DC. This trial is a huge deal for a few reasons. One is that it's the first case brought by special counsel, Robert Muller's office that's actually making it to a jury. The rest of the cases out of the special counsel's office where resolved through plea deals or they're still pending. Manafort is facing eighteen counts. And if he's found guilty, he could face a maximum of three hundred and five years. The trial has been pretty action packed, at least as far as trials go on Wednesday, the prosecution pissed off the judge when they presented a lengthy test. Tony about manafort's expensive suits, pricey, home renovations, high end cars and more U S District judge t s Elston. The third was not having it as testimony went on and on the judge interrupted the lawyers, chastise them in front of the jury and repeatedly told them to hurry up and get to the point. Eventually the judge had enough. He told the prosecutors quote, we don't convict people because they have a lot of money to throw around. They countered and said that the evidence about manafort's lifestyles relevant because it goes towards showing how much income he was bringing in during the years in question income that Manafort is charged with under reporting and his income tax returns. The trial picks up again today and it's meant to last another two weeks for updates on the ongoing trial and to see some pictures of manafort's clothing. Please go to us news dot com. It's worth it. Tokyo Medical University has allegedly been lowering the scores of female applicants so that they can keep its ratio of women, the low thirty percent. Yup, you heard that, right? An unnamed officials said that the university has a shortage of doctors and people think it's because there are too many women graduating from the school and then dropping out of the workforce have children. The source also said that women doctors are quote more unwanted in the surgical department where working hours are irregular and emergency operations occur. So because there were so many successful female applicants in two thousand ten, the university now automatically deduct a set number of points from the test scores of every female applicant. This deduction reduces the number of women who make it to the next stage. In the application process, Japanese universities are allowed to set a student gender ratio as long as it's public, but Tokyo Medical University did not announce the ratio while recruiting students, the university is conducting. An internal investigation and will present the results at a press conference later this month. Look around you. Do you see apple devices anywhere near you? If you do, you've probably helped apple become the first company in Wall Street history to be worth one trillion dollars. So what does this actually mean? Really not that much. It's more of a symbolic achievement. It means that investors are really, really into the fact that apple is so good at making and selling phones, ipads, laptops, and watches and doing it consistently so much so that they're willing to buy in regardless of how high the stock price rises. This is especially wild because if you remember the nineties fondly, like I do or if you saw the cinematic masterpiece Steve Jobs, you'll remember that one thousand nine hundred five apple founder, Steve Jobs, left the company, and everyone kind of assumed that was it. One of business week's covers was literally a picture of the old rainbow apple logo. With the phrase, quote the fall of an American icon that all changed when Steve Jobs returned to the company in one thousand nine hundred seven and with the introduction of the iphone decade later while the rest is history. Hey, did you know that you can listen to reporting to you on the Amazon echo? It's true. Just say, Alexa, play BuzzFeed news, and then magically here I will be. I make sure you listen to our new podcast, the news this week we started adding Wednesday episodes, so you're gonna love it wherever you get your podcasts..