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"eric gregory" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

12:13 min | 11 months ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"As through all. We've met with pretty much. Anybody who would listen to us A and I've got to give a hint to our partners at the Scotch Whisky Association. That's still spirits. Council United States the American Krispies Association. The American deals just disassociation. I mean this affects all of us. So one of the things that we did Infrared was actually there a couple of years ago we brought the world whisky community to Lowell and had a w. nine some of the Nanna so we called the w nine and talked about this. You know what are we all going to do about this? Because it affects everybody and we met for two days and eventually Put out a resolution calling upon the world's leaders to get together and resolve this quickly before they long-term consequences re send them became real And even planted notary Right in front of the racer There and in a lot of press and we got a lot of phone calls about it in and we all kind of went back to our corners and did what we we've continues is just talked to every congress person You name it Congressman Andy. Barring Kentucky was having a fundraiser with Vice President Pence Flying in he managed to get our our major companies in a meeting with vice president. Pence who from Indiana knows exactly what Bourbon means to Kentucky And he took that message back to the president trump The governor here in Kentucky had vice president pence last year during the Derby to the same thing for us to help us We've got you know we're on speed dial with Senator McConnell's office checking in consistently With them on what more they can do We've had meetings recently with them Commerce a Cabinet Finance Cabinet Trade You Know Senator Grassley Office people just really explaining them how devastating these consequences could be if this goes on much longer and the answer to them is all you know we understand But these decisions are being made at such high levels. That's where the frustration comes in and Eating though we we know that the US does have trade issues with countries and we get that And we know that the stealing aluminum thing relationship because here in Kentucky we have great stealing aluminum plants because of our historic low energy rates So you know we're not pointing fingers at Anybody. We're just you know going up and just trying to tell our story on you know what this could mean to the industry You know because it's it's like against like just putting the brakes on a freight train which is trying to sell barber at the end of the day or at least remind I wanNA remind people to who are listening. And we're we're never really going to get a lot of backlash on this people are GonNa think. Oh this is political. You know you're you're you're bashing trump and what he's trying to do. I want to remind people that this is not political. This is this is an industry who speaks both sides. Absolutely and Thomas bipartisan. Talk Talk to us about about that. About how you how you have to kind of. Keep your personal politics out of it and how you have to work with both sides. What's that like? Well let me start out from a standpoint here You see alcohol bills in Kentucky are incredibly hard to pass No matter what the subject is I mean? We've even had people up here that will vote against our social responsibility efforts Just because the word alcoholics and the title of the bill so we have to have Democrats and Republicans supporting alcohol measures or they just won't pass. So yes we are constantly. We say we support our friends. We have friends on both sides of the aisle in the great thing about our Kentucky General Assembly as they understand that Because they know that some of their members because of their constituencies than coming from dry counties just cannot support alcohol yet but with ally Cao. He said yet. Yes Yeah Well Wedge. The you know the great thing about one of the smartest things. Katie did You know years back. In two thousand ten was invite the Craft Stiller's coming into Kentucky into the Association. We changed our by laws. Because not only is it good for them? And our legacy distilleries have been tremendous mentors to them but it also spread our political footprint across the state now in thirty two counties and so we've had legislators now who never voted wet who vote wet because they understand the the economic impact in the tourism impact especially of of that craft is still are in their district. So that's really helped but we know you look at you know we have a political action committee. We raised money for that You look our donations. They're almost evenly split between Democrats and Republicans because we have to have support on both sides of the aisle So we're very fortunate in Kentucky. Yes we have centered McConnell Who can be a lightning rod? Obviously if you're you know in politics But we're lucky that we have is leadership up there because he has the president's ear and he always you know carrying our agenda that's why we have given him awards in the past. We're very fortunate. Have John Yarmuth out of Louisville now charing ways and means and so met with him recently and And he gets it because conquering with his huge Bourbon. Fan and especially in Lowell Bourbon City right now in all the tremendous growth they are. He sees the tourism impact and the economic impact on a daily basis. Having him in the house carrying that message for us is equally as important and You know he and Congressman Brett. Guthrie started the Bourbon Caucus in DC. Which which is growing and as more and more States you know produce America's only native spirit so we have to be bipartisan and it's funny because as presently katy kind of like a chameleon on my Republican friends think I'm a Democrat. I'm a democratic friends. Think I'm a Republican and I said what must be doing something right. I don't know what I saw. You also have to be careful with your membership when you go to the bar you pick I do and it's it's funny. Obviously you know when people ask me what Your Bourbon Kentucky Bourbon is is always Mansard But in it what I usually try to do One of two things. I'll usually try to drink from the county. I'm in right then Also tend to favor our chairman or chairwoman right now at the time if you know this year is the Heaven Hill Year to chair the K. TA and Our Great Friend Jessica Pentagram for Heaven Hill General Counsel is is the new chairwoman. So you'll probably tend to see me drink more hill products this year But then there are some bars. I go to and Eric what he wanted to surprise me. You know just just makes me a good old fashioned and and I'll go from there. Yeah they his memberships got spies autumn. They have to Right so I guess one of the things I wanNA talk about it. Part of the lobbying effort here is there has to be. It's got to be frustrating. Because we're this is a syntax. Basically at the end of the day right like it's alcohol and I would imagine that government just look at it like it's an easy target or it's an easy target attacks when you all like your rumblings of anything like is it like all right here. We go like put the bat signal in the everybody get together. We're GONNA fly there. We're going to squash this before. It ever blows up well first of all when you look at the government of a fair strategies for your strategy number. One is always hold the line on taxes. Everything else is one a one B And Fred Highlighted are two thousand nine Bourbon Tea Party in which we poured Burg on the Capitol steps. And if you go to my office on top of the Cabinet and I have the empty bottles in there That serve as a daily reminded me of. Never forget that you know yes right now. They're your friend but in their star for revenue the first place they usually look is cigarettes or alcohol or one of the what they would think of as sin industries. But I think we've done a good job You know challenge changing the conversation the culture in Frankfurt especially from Santa Signature and that two thousand nine Bill Was probably the best wakeup call for the industry and the association that in one of the best things that ever happened to us. I mean I can tell you the dates. It was announced it would. It's ingrained memories announced on February six. They passed it on Friday February thirteenth took effect on April Fools Day. I mean you couldn't have written a better script for how all this went down. But you had the bourbon industry and Bourbon the alcohol industry in general because you had the beer truck circling the capitol. You know we Galvin as they you. We fought the governor the Senate president and the Speaker of the House on an issue and came within one vote of killing that and one week and it brought us together. More more quicker than anything could have so. He's actually a blessing in disguise for us because we held an emergency meeting after that February twenty six. See the these are how important these dates were to me in the history And one of our board members looked at the rest of the board and said are we really a signature industry or is that a self portrait and you could see her by just kind of limiting. They physically took a step back from the table and went. You're right are we really a sinew? We'd like to think we're a signature missing. But are we and so they said what do we need to do? And so he's all right. We need to have an economic impact study. That shows what our impact is to the comma. Will we need to start talking about Bourbon? Not just as a drink but as part of the culture and the economy and tourism and things like that and so once. We started doing that and we did. We came up with the first ever. Economic Impact Study and it is such a tool for the industry in. Oh to showcase what we mean to Kentucky that we do it every two years now and. It's a no-brainer. We just don't do it every two years to update and so that gives also the ability to forecast. Right what jobs are going to do what we think is going to be coming down the line but once we started talking about Bourbon as economic development and tourism in an investment in jobs. It really changed the focus here in Frankfurt that. We weren't a sin industry more as as Fred said earlier because I remember sitting in a meeting in two thousand and ten with Bill Samuels and and Senate president or Senator Robert Stivers now senate president and him looking at saying. You're not a signature industry your image industry. But you are not a signature. Amnesty Cole is a single transistor. Because he's from the coalfields of Eastern Kentucky and now to hear him stand up and say you may be the only signature industry left and the state because Cole is is is dying. Tobacco is dead. horse racing definitely has its challenges. that's been you know. A one eighty turn around from where we were ten years ago. But it's a lot. It's been a lot of hard work. educating legislators and You know in all the other tools at a trade association uses Like political action committees and things like that and to make sure that they know that we appreciate their support and changing these laws. So Kenny. This is. We've talked a lot about the lobbying side. What happened around. Two thousand nine was that they kind of activated something within a within their organization that they really had never done before and that's a promotional component. Let's talk about that for minute. What what steps starting in two thousand nine did you start on in? You mentioned the study. Which by the way average salary of a Bourbon worker. Nine hundred ninety five thousand dollars. Ninety five thousand dollars. That's a great industry and so talk about like the steps that you have taken with the promotional side from the Kentucky Bourbon Trail to the Kentucky Bourbon affair and all the other stuff you're.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"In the president and anything he says or does he turns everything into what he thinks is a political benefit from somebody's actually imploding meantime we cannot continue to have a president will realize all all the time Bernie Sanders is trying to regain traction after Biden's big wins on super Tuesday that's Terry Moore reporting and Sesame Street doing its part to make sure that kids get counted in the census the number obsessed vampire contraband count reminds families just how important it is in new ads to begin airing today children under five are believed to have been the most left out segment and the twenty ten census seven thirty for the control of five south for highways is a celebrating into a second at Tallahassee courtroom Tallahassee circuit judge last summer ruled unconstitutional the law replacing my immediate expressway authority with the greater Miami expressway agency this afternoon attorneys for the Florida department of transportation and the state house will argue to an appellate court panel that judge was wrong the idea that you could be making local decisions in Tallahassee which is very difficult to get to from Miami by the way and the idea that local people in secret meetings could have their local affairs governed is just absurd India X. attorney Jean stern says Miami Dade has home rule so the state can't pass laws only applying to it Eric Gregory S. news radio six ten W. I. U. D. Hey how's the Charlotte Hornets tomorrow night opening up a three game homestand at the triple a they won five of six improving a forty one twenty three on the season currently fourth in the east Chad Wallach scoring the lone run in the sixth inning Marlins Mets tied one one in Jupiter yes at nine this fired four shutout innings allowing two hits and no walks while striking out five the fish host the nats today for mornings listen in the daily dive the big news stories explained not shouted listen to the daily dive each day on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm Natalie Rodriguez hello this is Ron Burke and you are listening to my voice which commands trust and respect guess what bipod gas is coming back and that's a win for everyone mainly for me because of the money but also because I love to hear myself talk and so do you I heart radio is number one for pot gas but don't take our word for it find the Ron Burgundy but gas on the I heart radio app or wherever you get your podcasts no matter how far around the world my work.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"In your bonus question for two points. House Trivia the crest for which house on on game of thrones features a red and blue color and a fish for two points the crest of which house and game of thrones features red and blue colours and a a fish. Those are your questions for House Related Trivia. We'll be right back in just a second with the foundation and the answers we are back with House Trivia. Let's see how you did question number one. The White House is located on what street name in its official address that would be Pennsylvania Avenue Pennsylvania number one question per to what is Dr Houses. First name on the Fox Series House. His name is Dr. Gregory House played by Hugh. Laurie number two Dr. Eric Gregory House number three famous American architect lived eighteen. Sixty seven to nineteen fifty nine. You hear a lot about this three named individual especially around Forest Park Illinois in a way where I think he had a house or a museum or something. Frank Lloyd Wright Frank Lloyd. Wright question before runs house was a reality. Show that aired on what network originally runs house from run Run on run DMC that aired on MTV. That was an MTV reality. Show number four number five. The commodores had what famous song they might fit in with the story of the three little pigs. She's a brick house number five brickhouse number six comedic actress starred in the House. Bunny that would be on Ferris Ferris number seven which website scored thirty six million views in two thousand eighteen. Truly a realtor or Zillow. It was the last choice. Zillow had the most views news with thirty six million just last year number eight the Eighties Group Mad and has had a song called our house in the lyrics it was located in the middle of the street. In the middle of the street number nine this old house remodeling show hosted by who until Nineteen eighty-nine. That was Bob Vila. What happened to him? Bob Vila's he's still around someone. Tell me number. Pretend how many points is a full house worth and a game Yahtzee. This was a question I used. Think two or three weeks ago at my live events and it was the free question of the week on my website. So it's fresh in my head and it's twenty five points. Full House is twenty five points and eleven point nine eleven point but your number eleven two point bonus question is which crest the crest four witch house. On game of thrones features a red and blue color and a fish that would be house tully house tully put that in your our peace pipe and smoke it there you go eleven questions on houses plus the bonus ones in the intro. I hope you had fun with about sixteen questions on today's episode. If you like the shell lever of you go over on Itunes do that for me do it. Real quick and also support the show go to Patriot dot com slash trivia with buds. Throw few bucks sign up for some rewards all of which will be brand new and shiny and fresh in January of twenty twenty just a few days away from mailing out even more rewards to all the listeners. Thank you guys so much for listening. It's time for the question of the day brought to you by funky monkey designs of Sandy Miss California. What team won the first ever super bowl? Tweet me your answer at Ryan Buds or Email Ryan budget. NJIT DOT COM to be eligible for prize. Yesterday's questioned that answer was spike for the dog's name on rugrats and your Trivia team name of the day is jump jive in Braille jump jump jive in Braille funky monkey can be reached at FM DESIGNS INC DOT COM. Thank you for listening. Thanks for telling a friend. We'll see tomorrow for more trivia with me cheers.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Eric Gregory of the Kentucky distillers association. Next. We turn to the effort to total the damage from hurricane Michael, which hit Florida's panhandle last week. NPR's Camilla domino ski reports since hurricane Michael hit impassable roads and nonfunctional phones have made life difficult for residents and rescue teams and for insurance adjusters. Lot of power lines. Trees down just on the outskirts of products Bill forty miles worthy. Yeah. I came across Carl Nemeth works in the fraud division of tower hill. A Florida homeowners insurance company over the weekend. He caught a cellphone signal near Panama City, there were still places. It wasn't safe for his team to travel but in situations like that, we're relying on aerial imagery and things like that. So that we can get to the side or look at it at least get accurate what's going on. And it wasn't just buildings that were devastated by the storm. A lot of areas have lost a generation of timber poultry farms are hit pretty hard. And the cottage industry is is devastated. Chris Chandler is an adjuster. Her with alpha insurance and Alabama. He's been working in Houston county was ready to be picked last week and sixty seven hundred mile per hour. Winds just blows it away. Mass people source of income that's a livelihood. Early. Estimates suggest this hurricane caused billions of dollars of damage. Fitch Ratings says that insurance companies will have substantial costs, but Fitch also says the industry is quote well positioned to absorb the losses. And yeah, that's what insurance companies are supposed to do. But in Florida in particular every big storm raises worries that the industry will just fail after hurricane. Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two, many companies went bankrupt or backed away from covering coastal areas. So it's good news that analysts say that's not likely to happen now, but communities are still facing a long difficult recovery. Chandler in Alabama says the damage is upsetting you wish that you could just snap your finger in and Mike everything back to normal. Obviously, that's not gonna happen. And. You're you're talking to people that houses have destroyed all their belongings showed us pictures. No matter money's going to get an image. Back of your of your parents that are passed away. Child's first birthday while some things are lost forever. He says communities are already working together to start to rebuild Camilo. Domino NPR news. This is NPR news seven twenty nine now time for another look at the traffic picture. Here's Joe McConnell related problems. Santa Rosa north before highway twelve a collision reported with a couple of cars. Center divider doesn't sound like a serious crash, but it could still added the normal backup south one one temple temple pies drive in Marin county report of an unspecified traffic hazard. Otherwise, moderately heavy as you head south and thirty seven twenty five miles an hour and the ad from thirty seven down to about us. And then it picks up through southern Marin Lee so far the Richmond bridge approach trying to get in Marin county is packed from harbor way without an stalls or accidents all Matt bridge..

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"eric gregory" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Might lose them for generation, Eric Gregory of the Kentucky distillers association. Next. We turn to the effort to total the damage from hurricane Michael, which hit Florida's panhandle last week. NPR's Camilla domino ski reports since hurricane. Michael hit impassable roads and nonfunctional phones have made life difficult for residents and rescue teams and for insurance adjusters. Power lines trees down just on the outskirts of products. Bill forty miles came across Carl knee mathworks in the fraud division of tower hill, Florida homeowners insurance company over the weekend. He caught a cellphone signal near Panama City, there were still places. It wasn't safe for his team to travel but in situations like that, we're relying on aerial imagery and things like that. We can't get to the side or look at it at least could get a picture of what's going on. And it wasn't just buildings that were devastated by the storm. A lot of areas have lost generation of timber poultry farms or hit pretty hard and the car industry is is devastated. Chris Chandler is an adjuster. Her with alpha insurance and Alabama. He's been working in Houston county. Ready to be picked last week and sixty seventy a hundred mile probably ends just blows it away. But must people source of income. That's a livelihood. Early. Estimates suggest this hurricane caused billions of dollars of damage. Fitch Ratings says that insurance companies will have substantial costs, but Fitch also says the industry is quote well positioned to absorb the losses. And yeah, that's what insurance companies are supposed to do. But in Florida in particular every big storm raises worries that the industry will just fail after hurricane. Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two, many companies went bankrupt or backed away from covering coastal areas. So it's good news that analysts say that's not likely to happen now, but communities are still facing a long difficult recovery. Chandler in Alabama says the damage is upsetting you wish that you could just snap your finger in and make everything back to normal. Obviously that's not going to happen. And you know, when you're you're talking to people that houses destroyed. Loyd all their belongings showed us pictures. No matter money's going to get an image. Back of your of your parents that are passed away your child's first birthday while some things are lost forever. He says communities are already working together to start to rebuild Camilo. Domino NPR news. This is NPR news. Five twenty nine. Joe McConnell has another look at traffic for us. Joe still looking at the same couple of crashes by eighty westbound and Vallejo Solano springs collision there on the right shoulder about there might still be an emergency crew blocking a lane. That's why it's backed up to thirty seven and westbound five eighty at fruitvale the injury collision there at the offramp, and but just affecting the offramp five eighty is actually rolling fairly well five hundred of course, in the ultimate passes slow and the usual jam from one thirty two up towards Patterson pass before you get into the Altima, Joe McConnell for cake. Thanks, joe. His report brought to you by Pacific catch west coast fish house. Support for kqed comes from pace gallery in Palo Alto to to nine..

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"eric gregory" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:20 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"May lose them for generation, Eric Gregory of the Kentucky distillers association. Next. We turn to the effort to total the damage from hurricane Michael, which hit Florida's panhandle last week. NPR's Camilla domino ski reports since hurricane. Michael hit impassable roads and nonfunctional phones have made life difficult for residents and rescue teams and for insurance adjusters. Power lines trees down just on the outskirts of products. Bill forty miles across Carl Nemeth works in the fraud division of tower hill, Florida homeowners insurance company over the weekend. He caught a cellphone signal near Panama City, there were still places. It wasn't safe for his team to travel but in situations like that, we're relying on aerial imagery and things like that. So if we can't get to the side or look at it at least can get a picture of what's going on. And it wasn't just buildings that were devastated by the storm. A lot of areas have lost generation of timber poultry farms or hit pretty hard. And the cottage industry is is devastated. Chris Chandler is an adjuster. Her with alpha insurance and Alabama. He's been working in Houston county. Cotton was ready to be last week and sixty seventy a hundred mile probably wind just blows it away. But most people source of income that's a livelihood. Early. Estimates suggest this hurricane caused billions of dollars of damage. Fitch Ratings says that insurance companies will have substantial costs, but Fitch also says the industry is quote well positioned to absorb the losses. And yeah, that's what insurance companies are supposed to do. But in Florida in particular every big storm raises worries that the industry will just fail after hurricane. Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two, many companies went bankrupt or back away from covering coastal areas. So it's good news. Analysts say that's not likely to happen now, but communities are still facing a long difficult recovery. Chandler in Alabama says the damage is upsetting you wish that you could just snap your finger and make everything back to normal. Obviously that's not going to happen. And. When you're you're talking to people that houses have destroyed all their belongings, shoulders pictures, no amount of money is going to get an image. Back of your of your parents that are passed away. Child's first birthday while some things are lost forever. He says communities are already working together to start to rebuild Camilo. Domino NPR news. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's he twenty nine. Stay tuned for news headlines from NPR and WNYC coming right up right now, fifty seven degrees. Some light rain is falling. We do expect showers this morning, mainly before one o'clock with a high near sixty eight degrees today. Support for WNYC comes from IFC films, presenting wildlife Carey mulligan, and Jake Jilin hall, starring actor Paul Dana's directory all debut starts October nineteenth with dano and Jilin in person at the IFC center and Lincoln center's Walter Reed theater hospital for special surgery ranked number one in the country for orthopedics for nine straight years. According to the two thousand eighteen two thousand nineteen US news and World Report. Best hospitals ranking HSS how you move is why we're here. If you believe democracy.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Might lose them for generation, Eric Gregory of the Kentucky distillers association. Next. We turn to the effort to total the damage damage from hurricane Michael, which hit Florida's panhandle last week. NPR's Camilla domino ski reports since hurricane Michael hit impassable roads and nonfunctional phones have made life difficult for residents and rescue teams and for insurance adjusters. Power lines trees down just on the outskirts of products, forty miles from where they came across Carl Nemeth works in the fraud division of tower hill, Florida homeowners insurance company over the weekend. He caught a cell phone signal near Panama City, there were still places. It wasn't safe for his team to travel but in situations like that, we're relying on aerial imagery and things like that. So if we can't get to the side or look at it at least get a picture of what's going on. And it wasn't just buildings that were devastated by the storm. A lot of areas have lost a generation of timber poultry farms or hit pretty hard and the car industry is is devastated. Chris chandler. Is an adjuster with alpha insurance and Alabama. He's been working in Houston county. Cotton was ready to be picked last week and sixty seventy a hundred mile probably wind just blows it away. Most people source of income that's a livelihood. Early. Estimates suggest this hurricane caused billions of dollars of damage. Fitch Ratings says that insurance companies will have substantial costs, but Fitch also says the industry is quote well positioned to absorb the losses. And yeah, that's what insurance companies are supposed to do. But in Florida in particular every big storm raises worries that the industry will just fail after hurricane. Andrew in nineteen Ninety-two, many companies went bankrupt or backed away from covering coastal areas. So it's good news that analysts say that's not likely to happen now, but communities are still facing a long difficult recovery. Chandler in Alabama says the damage is upsetting you wish that you could just snap your finger and make everything back to normal. Obviously, that's not gonna. To happen. And when you're you're talking to people that houses have destroyed all their belongings showed us pictures. No matter money's going to get an image. Back of your of your parents that are passed away. Child's first birthday while some things are lost forever. He says communities are already working together to start to rebuild Camilo. Domino NPR news. This is NPR news. And this is WNYC in New York. Good morning. I'm Richard Hake. It's six Twenty-nine. Sunrise time is wanting his at seven oh six right now. Fifty six degrees. Overcast skies in New York City. Showers are likely mainly before one o'clock today with a high near sixty eight degrees. WNYC is supported by Cardozo school of law of yeshiva university. The birthplace of the innocence project Cardozo has twenty five social Justice programs in its center for rights and Justice Cardozo law building a better tomorrow today Amazon studios, presenting beautiful boy based on father and son memoirs. Beautiful boy chronicles have families experience of survival relapse and recovery starring Steve Carell. Timothy shallow may Mauritanian Amy Ryan now playing. WNYC independent journalism.

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The Morning After: Samsung's 'unbreakable' smartphone display gets tested

The KDKA Radio Morning News with Larry Richert and John Shumway

04:41 min | 2 years ago

The Morning After: Samsung's 'unbreakable' smartphone display gets tested

"Help us find that actors and bad. Behavior I say this Your user agreement. Socks on Capitol Hill in April lawmakers questioned whether CEO Mark Zuckerberg was doing enough to correct the course prompting an. Apology we didn't take a broad enough view of our responsibility and that was a big mistake and it. Was my mistake And I'm sorry The turbulence caught up to Facebook on Thursday when a mixed earnings report for some investors to dump shares, of the company controversies have been from a lack of of good controls. In place investor Matthew Paschi CEO of, Trillium asset management which owns Facebook shares on behalf. Of its clients he's. Critical of Facebook's leadership, structure Nympheas says Zuckerberg needs to. Reduce his role our next ask of of that of Facebook and their board has the separation, of Charon CEO but wired editor in chief in, CBS news contributor nNcholas Thompson sees no signs of Zuckerberg giving. Up his power if the stock keeps going, down and down then. Pressure could, come but again I don't think he'll. Be forced, out Mark Zuckerberg he personally lost nearly sixteen billion dollars. In yesterday slide now that's enough money to buy some of the most expensive major, league baseball teams including, the gang, Ke's the dodgers the cubs and. The Red Sox Combined. He's now estimated to be the, sixth richest person in the world, falling from third so no one's really feeling sorry for him from a financial perspective this morning we're not finished hearing from the company though testifying before congress, Sheryl Sandberg the COO is expected to testify for the Senate intelligence committee. In September CBS's beyond a girl that, Drita and the Facebook perils just continue how about. That you lose all. That money and you, only drop a couple of spots. On the world's richest list pretty incredible speaking of business news have you heard about all the, upheaval going on with Papa John's pizza when we, get an update now from CBS's Jim Krasula the founder of. Louisville Kentucky based Papa John's pizza is suing, for access to the. Company's financial, books and records John schnatter reside earlier. This month, amid reports he used a racial slur during a media. Training session should Adar's latest legal action against Papa John's is critical of the quote, heavy handed way he's, been treated, and here's another one from the Jim Krasula filed this morning new tariffs on a. Stiff drink are being denounced top global whisky associations gathered to the. Heart of, Kentucky bourbon country to show a United front they're worried a. Trade wars. Will start siphoning sales of distilled spirits Eric Gregory is president of the Kentucky distillers association we are calling on world leaders to engage in timely dialogue the? Results in the proper movable of reason tariffs the European Union has slapped a twenty five percent tariff and Canada. Ted percent tariff US. Distilled bourbon and whiskey Jim Griselda CBS news have you ever wondered why it is that you get hungry at the, same time every day here's CBS's, Jim Chenevey got. A case of the munchies chances are pretty good it's around seven PM or two AM that's according to. A new, study that looked at takeout food orders and found they tend to peak around seven and two. Just happens to coincide with hunger, cycles under traditional circadian rhythms and, they appear to be universal shared Across international borders and socio economic classes may also have an even deeper origin scientists believe hunger cycles across. The animal kingdom are optimized for energetic gain per unit of time. Jim, Chenevey CBS news and another one from the. Shanavie file this morning a smartphone screen that can't be broken. Many people who carry smartphones know the feeling, you broke the screen again Samsung claims it's developed a new phone screen. That can't be broken because it's flexible engineers, have taken, a next. Generation organic or oh LED display and coated it with an unbreakable substrate and fortified plastic they. Say you. Can drive it throw it bend it without. Cracking the screen it's. Already been through tests by underwriters laboratories. And after twenty six drops from a height of four feet the phone is. Said to function normally no damage to its front sides or edges Jim Chenevey CBS news and finally this, morning former president not former president breath Donald, Trump's former aide and apprentice contestant Omarosa has a memoir coming. Out no surprise this was coming her publisher is calling this book explosive jaw dropping, the book, is called. UN hinged and it'll, be.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"H. a. s. I'm wwl Kyi meteorologist Mamello savage with some quiet weather as we move through the middle of the week this, Tuesday? Expected mix of, clouds and sunshine highs near eighty seven degrees lows down to sixty nine tonight we'll hit eighty nine with a partly cloudy sky tomorrow and top out near ninety on your Thursday at your. Wwl forecast I'm meteorologist Mamello savage it's seventy at NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. our top story is in Harrison county Indiana where the county council met Monday. Night to discuss the recently defunding emergency alert system, two weeks ago that body voted for two three to de-fund the. System which was costing. The county. Twelve grand a year days after that system was defended and he f one tornado touchdown down in new. Middletown Richard bomb and lives in Harrison county and tells. W. okay why I got buddies you know on. The police force and they said that this is like Very amazing that that no one got hurt in the storm. The president of the county commission says it'll be mid. August before they'll be a vote to reinstate the, system saying county commissioners have agreed to work with emergency management officials to improve it the commissioners also taking a look into reports that some of the county's emergency sirens didn't go off prior to or during the tornado it's seven. Thirty two NewsRadio eight. Forty w. h. a.. S. whiskey trade groups from around the world converging on the birthplace of bourbon this week to discuss their concerns about a possible global trade war whisky producers from Canada Europe and Japan will meet with the Kentucky distillers association Wednesday and Thursday and Louisville association president Eric Gregory is concerned industry growth could be stunted if. A trade war escalates we're also in the middle of a incredible one point two billion dollar building boom with capital, projects? Everything from new, distillers and, bottling lines all the way to do tourism centers to really Elevate our Kentucky bourbon trail and Kentucky. Bourbon trail Crafter experiences bourbon is an eight point five billion dollar industry for Kentucky supporting more than seventeen thousand jobs Suzanne Duval NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. getting back to normal. The Kentucky center.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Friday forecast we'll see some scattered showers and storms to start this Friday we'll catch. A long break it looks like in. The afternoon temperatures get hot and humid up to ninety three degrees that heat humidity. Fuels the chance for strong to severe storms late day and into this evening with the. Low near sixty eight we'll keep, chances for showers and storms although there are expected to be non, severe for the weekend with highs of eighty-five Saturday. Eighty-two Sunday at your wwl forecast map Milosevic it's cloudy and, seventy seven at NewsRadio eight forty w. h. top story thirteen people are now confirmed dead four still missing after a duck boat capsized in Missouri ABC's Ryan burrow with more video taken from those nearby shows. The duck boats struggling to push, through the water with high waves and strong winds some gusts exceeding. Sixty miles an hour Wait Johnson was about to board one of Branson's famous tour boats when. The duck boat capsized he jumped into help I knew that, I need to go down there and at least try to do what I could do on the sidelines to help people I could officials confirm among the dead children. And elderly people Ryan burrow ABC news The stormy weather that passed over Louisville this this, morning caused some problems in the Lexington area, down trees blocked traffic on, interstate seventy five near the, fed Madison County line and t, times for the PGA tour barbasol championship were delayed because of weather Iowa is cleaning up, this morning after dozens, of tornadoes ripped through the state Ron bought reports from Marshall town. Just north of Des Moines the tornado rookie roofs off homes and. Businesses flipping over vehicles like, toys splintering trees and. Power lines even causing a water main diverse at least twenty seven tornadoes were reported in central Iowa yesterday in the town of Pella east. Of Des Moines seven factory employees were hurt when a twister, tore through, the building Low evolve is playing host to a whiskey summit next. Week as the world's eight leading whiskey. Trade groups gathered to discuss trade and tariff issues Eric Gregory is president of. The Kentucky distillers association we all understand that there are trade, war and up at the retention for some, long term damage Israel and, potentially significant so we thought, it was time for us to, get together and really sit down has direct medication on all of our positions whiskey representatives, from Ireland Japan and, Canada will be among those participating in the so-called w eight summit The six. Woman to ever play on the PGA tour shot a six over, par seventy, eight in the first round of the Barbas all, championship. In Lexington Britney Lynn succumb to shots on. Par threes and didn't hit as many putts as I would have liked but I drove it well which, was one of my goals I said if I could drive it will make the day a little easier. The trustee Troy Merritt leads the tournament. At ten under par at the British Open Kevin Kisner is back on top of the leaderboard. In the second round he has seven under par. And, still on the course Jack Zach Johnson finished. He is six under for the tournament Louisville golfer Justin Thomas is in danger of missing the cut he shot a six. Over par today is plus four for the tournament repeating our top story this morning at least thirteen people are dead after a. Duck boat ride on, a Missouri lake took a tragic turn the boat got caught in choppy water As. It tried to cross table rock lake near Branson during a storm yesterday evening several people are still unaccounted, for your next news update at ten thirty I'm Paul miles NewsRadio eight forty w. h. a. s. Kentucky Anna's breaking news weather and traffic station Common sense Leland Conway on..

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"eric gregory" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"Eric Gregory will host, a bourbon. Summited Louisville next. Week he. Wants his counterparts from around the world to meet to defuse trade. Disputes Gregory says he's worried global trade conflict will escalate and there could be long term damage to Kentucky's growing bourbon industry a marijuana company is now, trading on the. NASDAQ after completing an initial public offering till, Ray, Canadian company is the first pot related business, to complete an IPO. And then trade on a major US stock exchange it's a big. Step as the industry chases legitimacy to other Canadian marijuana companies started. Trading on the NASDAQ and new York Stock Exchange earlier, this year American pot companies can't list on. US exchanges because the drug is a legal under federal law. Wendy Gillette. CBS news this is. Southern cali- Is a twenty four. Hour local news and traffic station ten seventy NewsRadio good evening, I'm Brian paying our top local stories of 11:05 the battle against a wildfire near corona goes on. Through the night evacuees are allowed to return home people, who? Use motorized scooters are getting a lot more attention from Beverly Hills police these stories coming up but first your traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the fives that we go to grow a couple of issues on. The five, in the valley there was a, crash southbound five before, the, four zero five that's gone and it looks like. They clear that one southbound five past van Nuys boulevard the carpool lane had. Been blocked there but it, looks like all of, that slowing is gone now in Baldwin park six oh five northbound. At valley boulevard watch for CHP running a break there to clear a stalled vehicle out of the slow lane we also have that wreck in Long Beach on the seven ten southbound PCH that cleared from lanes. Traffic still recovering there from about the four zero five interchange Cal trans working in commerce on the seventeenth both directions right two lanes. Are shut down, between the five in Atlantic Bandini Dini and it looks like they're just shutting down the connector, from the, southbound five. Onto the southbound seventeen I five is jammed up right out. Of the east LA interchange a plan on some extra time to. Get through there if you're heading. Through south LA the one ten southbound the express lanes are shut down between, Manchester, and the one oh, five once you get into Gardena the left two lanes taken away southbound one ten at the four zero five interchange in Covina ten eastbound the right to. Shutdown between via Verde and Kellogg drive and in fountain valley watch for the work on the four zero five southbound the carpool and left lanes taken, away between magnolia and brookhurst your next, report Eddie eleven fifteen I'm Chuck row with more traffic reports more often KNX. Ten. Seventy, NewsRadio. For tonight lows.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Plans have been announced for a bourbon summit. In Kentucky next week CBS news correspondent. Jim. Krasula reports Kentucky distillers association president Eric Gregory will host a bourbon summited Louisville next week. He, wants his counterparts from around the world to. Meet to defuse trade disputes Gregory says he's worried global trade conflict will escalate and there could. Be long term damage to Kentucky's growing bourbon industry a, marijuana company is now trading on the NASDAQ after completing an initial public offering till Ray a Canadian company is the first pot related. Business to complete an IPO and then trade on a major US stock exchange it's a big step as, the industry chases, legitimacy to other Canadian marijuana company started trading on the NASDAQ and new York Stock Exchange earlier this year American pot companies can't list on US exchanges because the drug is a legal under federal law Wendy Gillette CBS news I'm Wally Kennedy locally a sexual assault charges have been upheld in the, case of, a temple. University fraternity president, accused of sexually assaulting another student in. February scandals rocked the school and the fraternities since been. Suspended gave, his Christian Johannesen, has more from, the criminal Justice center, the. Alleged victim told judge Lydia Kirkland that Ari gold. Seat pinned her wrist together above her head and assaulted her while trying to. Keep her quiet telling her, she wanted to contact, to happen Lawrence grandma's prosecuting the case she is a very strong. Lady she's she was very clear in what she went through and she was very concise she. Should be very proud of herself gold seeds defense attorney Perry DeMarco he's definitely to testify and he's going to give you. The truth because he's got nothing to hide because he did nothing wrong there was no crime in that room this is me to. Go and while, judge Kirkland sustained charges of attempted rape sexual assault false imprisonment among other offenses they should all, been dropped called scenes Raymond is set, for next month Kristin Johannesen KYW NewsRadio.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"CF Bank a partly cloudy sky tonight a low of sixty seven and end up for tomorrow now. The clouds are back Xhosa the humidity and eventually a shower thunderstorm during, the afternoon hours that'll be spotty about eighty two tomorrow night and. Saturday looks like off and on rain along with some thunder humid conditions a, low, sixty, eight, and, high, Saturday seventy eight Sunday still mostly cloudy humid another shower or two but it'll. Be stretches. A dry weather high seventy. Nine, it. Takes two Monday to finally. Get any significant about a sunshine just a spotty afternoon shower thunderstorm, at IBD five this is Accu weather meteorologist Dave Bowers. On WJ NewsRadio nine fifty It's fair seventy nine degrees in the city Seventy-seven. In Ann Arbor in become township is seventy six. We check traffic and weather, together every ten minutes saw the eights News breaks the news. Watch never stops NewsRadio nine fifteen President Trump criticizing the fed this time the fed has raised interest rates twice this year and is hinted at. Two more such hikes before the end of, the year in an interview with. CNBC President. Trump says I am not happy about it But. At the same time of letting them do what they feel is best it's rare for presidents to stick their noses into, the feds, business but the president says he doesn't care saying you saying what he would have said. Is a, private citizen I don't, like, all of this work that we're putting into. The economy. And then I see rates going up Bill Rakoff CBS news Washington plans have. Been announced for a bourbon, summit in the heart, of Kentucky's bourbon country next week Kentucky distillers association president Eric Gregory, will host a bourbon summit, in. Louisville next week he wants his, counterparts from around the world to meet to defuse trade disputes Gregory says he's worried global trade, conflicts will. Escalate and there, could be long term damage to, Kentucky's growing bourbon industry CBS news correspondent. Jim Krasula. Florida grand jury has indicted four men and I remember an armed robbery charges in the shooting death of rap star x x. X ten toss Yonne go records show the, Broward County panel charge twenty four Dedrick Williams twenty two year old Michael boat ride twenty-year-old Trayvon Newsome twenty. Twenty-three Robert Allen yesterday investigators say the.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"Delete Chapman NewsRadio eight forty w. h. search crews have recovered the body of a man who went. Missing in the Ohio river earlier this week. The man believed to be in his thirties jumped into the water on Tuesday to untangle align when he went, under today crews found his Body about three miles south from where he'd been fishing President Trump. Supreme court nominee Brett Kavanagh continues meeting with senators prior to his confirmation hearing. It's his second week meeting with lawmakers on Capitol Hill after being nominated by. President Trump to fill the, seat of Justice Kennedy today Brett Kavanagh meeting with six Republican senators including Senator Bob corker Dufek he's a superb nominee answered the question that I ask corker rejected the Democrats. Suggestion that the, Senate should examine all of Kavanagh's past record less again there. Some calls for and I'm, unaware of now banned through no I don't think so cream, court confirmation hearings according to the majority leader are likely, to be held in September or October Serena, Marshall ABC, news Washington an explosion at an army depot in. South central Pennsylvania injures four people it happened this morning at a. Maintenance building where, hundreds of employees mostly civilians work not a, suspect any type of terrorist activity all indications are. That it is in an industrial accident incident That we're currently investigating Colonel Stephen, Ledbetter says three victims were taken to a hospital by air the. Fourth was driven and the world's eight leading whiskey associations are taking on trade and tariff issues right here in Louisville Eric Gregory the president of the, Kentucky distillers association put the meeting together we're all coming together. For, the very first time. To kind of have. An open exchange of ideas and strategy and discussion about the trade and tariff issues, going on right, now bourbon is one of the products that's been hit, with retaliatory tariffs the..

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"eric gregory" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Forty six years forty five years and was reaffirmed twenty six years ago president trump on fox was asked about his upcoming supreme court choice it's probably going to be vicious because the other side all they can do is obstructed resist you know the whole thing resist trump also says he's going to mention russian meddling in the us elections during his upcoming meeting with vladimir putin it's officially a heat wave in new york bloomberg meteorologist rob caroline michael heatwave is going to be with us here in the tristate area for the work week it's going to be hot even on the fourth of july looks like the pattern breaks down over the upcoming weekend and will turn cooler and more comfortable but it's certainly going to be very hot heat warnings up for the city excessive heat warnings away from the coast the coast is actually going to see a light seabreeze develop and that'll keep the temperatures i'll probably close to ninety this afternoon while the interior we'll see temperatures well up into the nineties and then you factor in the mid eighty some portions of the suburbs will feel like they're above one hundred degrees michael thank you rob fred's president emmanuel macron has replaced an ambassador over a confidential memo that was leaked to the media bloomberg's gregory viscose e has more from paris emmanuel macron sees himself as the leader of the pro european liberal order in europe so when is in bachelor hungry wrote a note praising the anti immigration policies of prime minister viktor urban the consequences were never going to be pretty back cross last friday that if the no was confirmed he'd fire the ambassador co newspaper reported sunday that my cross all ready gone ahead and done that and his replace the envoy eric gregory excuse in paris for bloomberg daybreak new jersey will increase the levy on income over five million dollars and impose a four.

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Fox, Vladimir Putin and Rob Caroline discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

01:39 min | 2 years ago

Fox, Vladimir Putin and Rob Caroline discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"Forty six years forty five years and was reaffirmed twenty six years ago president trump on fox was asked about his upcoming supreme court choice it's probably going to be vicious because the other side all they can do is obstructed resist you know the whole thing resist trump also says he's going to mention russian meddling in the us elections during his upcoming meeting with vladimir putin it's officially a heat wave in new york bloomberg meteorologist rob caroline michael heatwave is going to be with us here in the tristate area for the work week it's going to be hot even on the fourth of july looks like the pattern breaks down over the upcoming weekend and will turn cooler and more comfortable but it's certainly going to be very hot heat warnings up for the city excessive heat warnings away from the coast the coast is actually going to see a light seabreeze develop and that'll keep the temperatures i'll probably close to ninety this afternoon while the interior we'll see temperatures well up into the nineties and then you factor in the mid eighty some portions of the suburbs will feel like they're above one hundred degrees michael thank you rob fred's president emmanuel macron has replaced an ambassador over a confidential memo that was leaked to the media bloomberg's gregory viscose e has more from paris emmanuel macron sees himself as the leader of the pro european liberal order in europe so when is in bachelor hungry wrote a note praising the anti immigration policies of prime minister viktor urban the consequences were never going to be pretty back cross last friday that if the no was confirmed he'd fire the ambassador co newspaper reported sunday that my cross all ready gone ahead and done that and his replace the envoy eric gregory excuse in paris for bloomberg daybreak new jersey will increase the levy on income over five million dollars and impose a four.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on AP News

"Channel special report the fourpage memos a summary of what former fbi eighty director andrew mccabe told the committee is a summation of a long interview and that is definitely what he said not to mention we have other witnesses i'm tim mcguire with the flu hitting epidemic levels of parts of the country there's no ado warning that comes along with it a piece mike rossi report the study says the flu increases the risk of heart attacks the elderly for older people the flu could be as serious as a heart attack and you canadian study finds the risk of heart attack an older people this six times higher in the first week after fluids diagnosed compared to the year before and after the bug hits researchers looked at more than five years of hospital and lab records in ontario they found three hundred thirty two mostly elderly people who had a positive flew test suffered a heart attack within a year but what he had a heart attack within a week of getting the flu and six of those people died results of the study have been published in the new england journal of medicine i'm mike rossio bourbon fans set a tourism record and kentucky last year more of them went to bourbon distilleries last year than ever before nearly one point two million people went on the official kentucky bourbon trail and kentucky bourbon trail craft sure last year that breaks the record set in 2016 when visitors made more than one million stops at distilleries tourism officials say along with the upswing and visitors the number of distilleries taking part is also growing with three more added last year and more expected this summer kentucky distillers association president eric gregory says it's reflecting on nine year trend and he predicts another banner year four bourbon tourism in 2018 china's ordered micro blog operators to tighten censorship this comes after china's most popular service seen a way bowe was ordered to suspend some services for one week after being accused of allowing material promoting wrong public opinion orientation obscenity and ethnic discrimination chinese regulators have no told micro blog operators to set up a mechanism to scan postings for false information and to keep closer track of what users post thank you for listening to the ap radio network hey did you know that the.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on AP News

"Channel special report the fourpage memos a summary of what former fbi depth eighty director andrew mccabe told the committee that's a summation of a long interview and that is definitely what he said not to mention we have other witnesses i'm tim mcguire bourbon fans set a tourism record and kentucky last year more of them went to bourbon distilleries last year than ever before nearly one point two million people went on the official kentucky bourbon trail and kentucky bourbon trail craft sure last year that breaks the record set in 2016 when visitors made more than one million stops at distilleries tourism officials say along with the upswing and visitors the number of distilleries taking part is also growing with three more added last year and more expected this summer kentucky distillers association president eric gregory says it's reflecting on nine year trend and he predicts another banner year four bourbon tourism in eighteen creating babies with the dna of three people will be allowed at one clinic in northeastern england britain's fragility authorities as its granted permission to doctors at the clinic to help prevent two women from passing on fatal genetic diseases to their children it's the first such approval for the uk but the techniques already previously been used a baby was born in mexico in 2016 using the experimental therapy the treatment fixes problems related to might kandari ah the energy producing structures outside the cell's nucleus faulty mitochondria can result in conditions including muscular dystrophy in major organ failure the technique used who's dna from two women and one man with the blue who epidemic levels of parts of the country there's no undue warning that comes along with it a piece mike rossi reports the study says the flu increases the risk of heart attacks in the elderly for older people the flu could be as serious as a heart attack and eucanadian study finds the risk of heart attack and older people this six times higher in the first week after fluids diagnosed compared to the year before and after the bug hits researchers looked at more than five years of hospital and lab records in ontario they found three hundred thirty two mostly elderly people who had a positive flew test suffered a heart attack within a year but twenty had a heart attack within a week of getting the flu and six of those people died results of the study have been published in the.

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"eric gregory" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"eric gregory" Discussed on AP News

"Two trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there's no sign of the thieves the trailers at four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward bourbon fans set a tourism record and kentucky last year more of them went to bourbon distilleries last year than ever before nearly one point two million people went on the official kentucky bourbon trail and kentucky bourbon trail craft sure last year that breaks the record set in 2016 when visitors made more than one million stops at distilleries tourism officials say along with the upswing in visitors the number of distilleries taking part is also growing with three more added last year and more expected this summer kentucky distillers association president eric gregory says it's reflecting on nine year trend and he predicts another banner year for bourbon tourism in 2018 lithuania one of the heaviest drinking nations in the world is struggling with strict liquor laws that took effect this year the country which has seen per capita alcohol consumption jumped more than twenty two percent in a.

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