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Fresh "Evansville" from WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:51 min | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Evansville" from WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

"This morning at 26 laborious and Evansville with a bit more cloud cover in southern Indiana. Right now, we're not seeing any precept here in Indiana. But where we are picking up on a little bit of rain into portions of Kentucky extending down into Tennessee, where they're seeing some fairly heavy rain there. Nashville. That's extending into the Gulf states. There. That's going to steer clear of the state today. In fact, we're just going to see cloud cover because of that system, But that's really about it. Here's our future cast model through the rest of the day today, this morning. Few more clouds a little bit of sunshine as well. But no precept anticipated to fall from the clouds we see today high temperature should fall into the mid forties, so not bad in terms of daytime highs today. In fact, I think we're a few degrees above where we should be for this time of year. 46 70 44 Coke Amount 46 Lafayette 46. Some Bloomington today, daytime highs again will surpass the low forties by noon 41 degrees and then by Ron five o'clock we should see mostly cloudy sky with our highs in the mid 40. It's pretty much wide spread. 42 South Bend, 43 up in Chicago 48 Evansville, 47, Louisville Tonight We'll see a few clouds it overnight lows falling into the low thirties with a few locations in the upper twenties. So if your plans take you may be outside for dinner, or just maybe a stroll around the city or wherever he lived. We are looking at temperatures in the upper twenties to thirties, there will be a bit colder. You will need layers to keep yourself warm and keep those handy. If you have any plans to take you outside for this upcoming weekend temperature's just a hair below the seasonal high. We'll see a lot of sunshine, though, so at least we'll see bright blue skies and a lot of sunshine through Saturday and through most of the day on Sunday, pre set free pretty much Saturday and Sunday with her high temperatures only warming to the low forties. So little bit cooler as a cold front travels through the state late tonight, but we shouldn't see any priest sip in response to that. 39 degrees in South Bend, 40 in Chicago, 39 degrees and Coconut oil, 38, Munsey, 40 and Shelbyville during the day on Saturday, then Sunday temperatures still holding in the low forties through the afternoon hours Sunday, we'll see another really bright day with the mix of sun and clouds in the morning and through the afternoon as well. We'll see. A few clouds begin to build once we get through the day on Sunday, and that's actually going to bring us the potential. Maybe a few stray flurries to start the work week next week. We're not anticipating any accumulation from that, just more of a minor hiccup. In the extended forecast. Looks like it stays dry through the entirety of this weekend. So another great weekend to get up any Christmas lights Saturday 43 40 by Sunday and then we'll see some of that cooler air Shift east found as more milder bubble of air begins to move into the state of Indiana mid to late week next week. Chapman heating and cooling it day forecast a show that temperatures as early as Wednesday warm into the fifties 50 degrees by Wednesday. By Thursday, we'll see a slow increase in temperature 51 degrees. We're still hovering in the fifties by this time next week, with the mostly to partly sunny skies so really warm to wrap up next week and very quiet weather pattern as we head into the second week of December roadways here this morning, But okay, if you're coming in from the South side, I 65 near I 4 65 Looks okay for those commuters right now doesn't look too heavy in terms of volume. So if you're leaving from the South side, the stretch by.

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Fresh update on "evansville" discussed on WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:28 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh update on "evansville" discussed on WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

"Festive season that we're seeing right now. South Bend all the way down into Evansville. Temperatures are ranging from the mid twenties in Bloomington to the low forties in Evansville. Some of us picking up on clearer skies than others. But most of us will see intermittent cloud cover through the day today. South Bend 32 34 in Kokomo, Bloomington. Your quotes about this morning at 26 laborious and Evansville with a bit more cloud cover in southern Indiana. Right now, we're not seeing any precept here in Indiana. But where we are picking up.

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Fresh "Evansville" from WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

00:56 sec | 4 hrs ago

Fresh "Evansville" from WISH TV's News 8 Daybreak

"Now and says the number of angel kids and Indiana are down this year as the pandemic has limited access into prisons. Now there are many ways that you can help and to learn how the first thing you can do is call their hotline at 1 805 5. Angel. We will also have that on our website as well Reporting live in downtown Indianapolis, Emily Hodges, for which TV will she be dot com and follow us on Facebook creatively A thank you, and this is a visual that we like to help you get into that giving spirit and just the holiday season Monument circle. It's always so beautiful and never Get used to it, or it never gets old. You know, I just love it and that Stephanie it would be a nice day to take a stroll around the circle. Absolutely. Yeah, And it's gonna be a great evening to to do that as well. If you have any plans that take you outside, It's gonna be a cold one. But it will fit with the festive season that we're seeing right now. South Bend all the way down into Evansville. Temperatures are ranging from the mid twenties in Bloomington to the low forties in Evansville. Some of us picking.

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Indiana girl, 7, killed in drive-by shooting at child's birthday party

Tony Katz Today

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Indiana girl, 7, killed in drive-by shooting at child's birthday party

"Is in South Bend, Indianapolis, Evansville or or anywhere anywhere in in Indiana. Indiana. It It seems seems to to hit hit hard hard when when a a child child is is shot shot and and killed. killed. Christians Christians reports reports on on the the killing killing of of Kris Kris Ia Ia Stevens. Stevens. Her Her killer killer hasn't hasn't been been caught. caught. And And crime crime stoppers stoppers now now has has 1000 1000 bucks bucks for for the the person person who who has has the the info info that that puts puts that that killer killer or or killers killers away. away. Father Father also also expects expects you you killed his younger mark. Now, peak and blue balloons went up in the air at Wednesday, March in her memory. Stevens was shot and killed Saturday in a drive by at a birthday party. Since then, people have been praying publicly for an arrest. And a jail cell is ready. Police just need the

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Interview With Niraj Shah And Steve Conine

How I Built This

04:06 min | 3 months ago

Interview With Niraj Shah And Steve Conine

"So. Pretty much everyone we'd had on the show had a passion for a product that they needed to put out into the world lower American believed the world needed Lara Bars Jenny. Britain Bauer was convinced that her ice cream was gonNA change how people thought about ice cream even Jimmy Wales founder of wikipedia. Everyone should have access to free knowledge. But I'm here to tell you that that is not always the case. In fact, sometimes, the product isn't what drives the founders what really drives them is the challenge rather solving the challenge and that's basically the story behind wayfair neither Steve Konae nor near shopping felt that strongly about home furnishings but they did feel like people should have choices no matter where they lift because there was a time. When if you lived in say Evansville Indiana, you couldn't easily get the same type of Cool Coffee Table, or Sofa that someone in San Francisco or New York could get. And today we ourselves almost five billion dollars worth of this stuff every year. We're was actually the third company Stephen, Neeraj started together. They met as teenagers at a summer camp for math and engineering nerves in the early nineteen nineties quickly touch. But then almost a year later, if fate herself was watching over these guys, they both ended up as first years at Cornell assigned to dorm rooms on the same corridor. Did, you know both of you did the other one was going to cornell no end really kept in touch. So I think it was It was a surprise. Very much I was like, Hey, what's up? This past year. So were you friends like right away? Yeah. We were part of A. When your freshman year, you sort of have a small group of friends that you sort of connect with and spend a lot of your time with and we were in that group together and then junior year near started. We've got to be a lot closer and live together that year. Junior and senior we actually live together as well with it with a few other. People up at Cornell. Yeah, did you guys near to shoot you steve us to talk about starting a business when you in college I don't know that we have talked about it per se but our last semester at Cornell we took an entrepreneurship courses, one of our elective courses and in this entrepreneurship course, one of the things you had to do was create a business plan and what really happened is through the process of doing the project which is creating the business plan. We basically started our first business. Yeah. It was ninety five and it was very early as the netscape browser come out that year. Our idea was actually to develop Internet. Directory Services, and we would go downtown New York and try to pitch companies on paying five Bucks Avenue Listing I in our Internet directory. Of course, most people look at us like we're nuts a few would say, hey, that's interesting. But I I don't even have a homepage called at the time. Could you help me build a website and you know maybe at least get present on the Internet and what would that cost me and so the business turned into kind of an Internet consulting business that built sites for companies, and you kind of knew how to do the basics because you were engineering students exactly. So you'd go from project to project and Comey's were to move very quickly. You know different people would ask other people in your who could be higher so on. So forth, we were one of the few shops that actually done things. When you would meet when you guys are going meet with clients. Did you ever get a feeling from any of them that they would look at you and think late these guys. Fired A twenty two year. Old Kid. You know we did we both were pretty good sales guy. So I don't I don't remember that being snacking me too hard. I mean I I think that you know the prices were charging versus what they would be looking at consultancies I think a lot of these bigger shops looked at it as like. Play money where they're kind of like. Well, whatever how bad. Kimiko. With a couple of college students here are doing this for us if it works out phenomenal if it doesn't work out, you know whatever we haven't really we haven't really lost a lot.

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This 96-year-old could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

CBS Sunday Morning with Jane Pauley

02:21 min | 3 months ago

This 96-year-old could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

"Old expression keep on Truckin takes on new meaning when you meet the fellow are Steve Hartman has been spending time with High on the list of things I never thought I'd see is this Ernie Andrews, who turns 97 next week. Still marching across America every step of the way I first met Ernie six years ago. He was in the middle of the Arizona desert, trying to become the oldest person to ever run coast to coast. Three years later, he actually made it to the George ashore on Ly to then turn around. And start running back the other way. Ernie is now a year into the return trip. We caught up with him outside Lufkin, Texas, plodding along slow and steady as usual. Albeit slightly slower. Hey, I'd better hang on and noticeably less steady. A few weeks ago, a doctor diagnosed journey with congestive heart failure. Yeah, that's what they told me that he selling pacemakers, etc. You think that's just all the sales pitch? Yeah. There's a chance he could be telling you the truth, Ernie. Does that change anything? No. No run till I drop a dye with my running shoes on. Much of Ernie's motivation to soldier on comes from his sailor passed. During World War two. Ernie served on a ship called on LSD, and he's been running to raise money for the LSD Memorial in Evansville, Indiana. This shouldn't be for gotten. It's their ship that one the war but along the way, this run is also taken on a more personal purpose. As thousands have joined him for at least a leg of the journey. They have listened to his stories. Celebrated his fortitude and given Ernie the key to a long life, a deep desire to keep pressing board run Ernie run, and that's why all those doctor says time is short. Ernie is still planning to reach the Pacific sometime around his 101st birthday. So let's say, make it to California. Then you stop running. No. I have a plan for a coast to coast relay. Ernie Andress optimistic for the long run.

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know your rights before you talk to the police

Sword and Scale

04:52 min | 3 months ago

know your rights before you talk to the police

"The criminal justice. System. It's a pretty elegant thing crafted over centuries of refinement. You know some people don't even realize that our system of law and justice predates the birth of this country. By centuries. When settlers came to America, they brought English common law with them. And although there have been modifications and additions to that system, the basic structure remained. Things like precedent, which is the basic concept of relying on previously decided cases and using those established guidelines traditions. If, you've ever heard to lawyers argue they'll say things like Miranda, the Arizona. That's a reference to a prior already decided case that instructs the judge on how to rule on the case before the. It's up to the judge to weigh all the various arguments for a fair decision. And if there's clear precedent than the judge will usually rely on that previous ruling. Otherwise, he may decide to go the opposite way and in doing. So create new law and set a new precedent. That's often not the case and doing so could lead to an appeal and a reversal from a higher court. Anyway. This is starting to turn into a civics lesson, but it's funny just how many normal everyday citizens don't even know the basics of how our system of laws and justice works. It's really quite something. Even before the English, modernized in the seventeenth century, the roots of law date all the way back to Greek and Roman civilizations. In Ancient Greece if you killed somebody, their family had the right to kill you. At the end of the seventh century BC a man named Drako. The first legislator of Athens wrote a series of laws regarding intentional and unintentional homicide. The punishment for most of these cases was death. That's where the term draconian laws comes from. It refers to the overly harsh antiquated punishment for a crime. Thankfully since then we've made a lot of modifications to the law and our Constitution reflects the society that puts the rights of the individual before the needs of the state. For example. That case I mentioned a minute ago Maranda v Arizona. Well, that's the case where the concept of Miranda rights originated. We'll talk more about that later. But for now, all you need to know is that you should never talk to cops. They're not there to help you or be your friend. They're not looking out for your best interests when you're sitting in that hard cold chair of their eight by eight foot interrogation room. Oh. And before you start constructing your angry emails, I don't care if your husband or father best friend is a cop. I'm not saying all cops are bad. So calm your outrage. I'm giving you good solid life advice based on years of experience with cases like this. When you find yourself across from a COP whose? Questions about a crime. The only thing they're trying to do at that point is to get you to slip up so they can put you in jail. That is after all their job pudding criminals in jail. So, if you did something, don't talk to cops. If you didn't do something. Don't talk to cops just say it with me folks. Don't talk to cops. Ask for a lawyer at follow their advice. Or you may find yourself in the same predicament. That William hurt that. Jones statistically talking earlier. Wouldn't the information you'll and make sure we know who we're talking to. We can this all the time. Give me your personal. Legal name is middle. Name Jeffrey. J.. or You. Anyway. Evansville Indiana is sometimes referred to as Kentuckiana. The EVANSVILLE metropolitan area includes counties in both Kentucky and Indiana Google Map it's confusing. It is however a great example of Gerrymandering. Evansville directly borders one section of the Ohio River. In the summer of two, thousand, twelve, eighteen year old William hurt an Evansville. Native had just found himself in that cold ugly interrogation room. He was talking to Kentucky State Police officers about his alleged involvement in a suspected murderer.

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96-year-old man could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

02:06 min | 3 months ago

96-year-old man could be the oldest person ever to run coast-to-coast

"Ernie Andrews, who turns 97 next week. Still marching across America. Every step of the way I first met Ernie Six years ago, ago, he he was was in in the the middle middle of of the the Arizona Arizona desert, desert, trying trying to to become become the the oldest oldest person person to to ever ever run run coast coast to to coast. coast. Three Three years years later, later, he he actually actually made made it it to to the the George George ashore, ashore, only only to to then then turn turn around. around. And And start start running running back back the the other other way. way. Fernie Fernie is is now now a a year year into into the the return return trip. trip. We We caught caught up up with with him outside Lufkin, Texas, plodding along slow and steady as usual. Albeit slightly slower. Hey, I'd better hang on and noticeably less steady. A few weeks ago, a doctor diagnosed journey with congestive heart failure. Yeah, that's what they told me that he selling pacemakers. See you think that's just all the sales pitch? Yeah, There's a chance he could be telling you the truth, Erni. Does that change anything? No. No run to wanna drop a dye with my running shoes on. Much of Ernie's motivation to soldier on comes from his sailor passed. During World War two. Ernie served on a ship called on LSD, and he's been running to raise money for the L S T Memorial in Evansville, Indiana. This shouldn't be for gotten. It's their ship that one the war but along the way, this run is also taken on a more personal purpose, as thousands have joined him for at least a leg of the journey. They had listened to his stories. Celebrated his fortitude and given Ernie the key to a long life, a deep desire to keep pressing board run Ernie run, and that's why, although his doctor says time is short Ernie is still planning to reach the Pacific sometime around his 101st birthday. So let's say you make it to California. Then you stop running. No, I have a plan for coast to coast Really? Ernie Andrews optimistic for the long run.

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Another School Closes Due To COVID-19 Concerns in Greater Atlanta area of Cherokee County

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Another School Closes Due To COVID-19 Concerns in Greater Atlanta area of Cherokee County

"Champollion in Cherokee County, Georgia, A second high school closed today due to high covert cases, 1100 students and staff in quarantine. 200 quarantined at schools in Muncie, Indiana, packed always on the first day at a school in Evansville, Tennessee, and about 800 students showing up for in person Learning at Westminster Academy in

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Second Georgia school closed for weeks as quarantines grow

WBBM Evening News

00:21 sec | 4 months ago

Second Georgia school closed for weeks as quarantines grow

"In Cherokee County, Georgia, A second high school closed today due to high covert cases, 1100 students and staff in quarantine. 200 quarantined at schools in Muncie, Indiana, packed always on the first day of school in Evansville, Tennessee, and about 800 students showing up for in person Learning at Westminster Academy in Fort

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"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

04:54 min | 4 months ago

"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

"At downtown Evansville Dot Com you know people can reach out or look on facebook or Instagram instagram for me is mostly about what I'm cooking. Which is? Yeah. The mostly that and facebook to me is a lot of design rights and wrongs that I see from a consumer point of view. Particularly sort of looking in the world of of various auction sites and seen some crazy things they put out there I was I wanted to ask about that I, follow you on both facebook and instagram and every once in a while they'll just be this item whether it'd be. A coffee table, but it's like eighteen thousand dollars. In your highlighting these items or does that come from So that's the Wednesday wishlist. Okay and it comes from Bolton appreciation of what may be special in there or A respect for the ridiculousness of some things is is also part of it the light that you posted the other day and you said this I, that's I want that in in Mile in the office. Was Amazing so that I had never seen those Paul Koenig artichoke lamps encased in glass and I thought that was really special and then I was also thinking of of this is GonNa. Sound horrible. You know the the people that post about their issues in their private life on social media and they write this and then there's like an inspirational. Yeah, and then it's like well, like tell us what it is I like this is like this lamp. This lamp would solve my problems. Yeah and I. No, that's not the lighting that I'm considering but. It won't take quite in the space that I. Say This I just picture banana duct tape. Toe. Wall. Yeah. My head and Clearly I think that one of the positive things about an economic cycle that allows that kind of level of consumption is that it shows the ridiculousness of that level of consumption and so. I, liked it artists feel safe right now with the way things are that they can make a living doing crazy things like that. But. But at the end of the day, I mean there's you know somewhere working an artist who who has something else to say that will never see because they can't get into the gallery system and it's not ridiculous enough. They're not going to be at Art Basel they're not going to be shown at these things and as a result, they don't get onto social media and we don't ever see an instagram like what this person is doing. So you know go out, go to galleries when you're out and about come come to the Arts Council see what we have but. Just, keep your eyes open. There's so many fascinating things out there to see and I did want to touch on as we as we wrap up to like. fascinating. How many people don't realize that the master plan is free to download the PDF YEP and it's all it's out there and so But. I talked to so many people like I've never seen it. I'm like it's free like hidden documents somewhere. So vain by wanted checkout because we talked a lot about downtown went on so and and again you know spend some time at our website. We're very transparent put up our latest financials in our meeting minutes. So anybody can see what we're doing with with our rate payers dollars You know and and I believe repairs as evidenced by the board feel satisfied with how we protect and utilize those dollars for their for their benefit. The flip side is we're also able to benefit the whole region sounds pretty cool. While a lot of. Really, discussion here appreciate you coming by the Extension Studio meeting with Mike and I on the APP five, thirty on main podcast You'll notice over here to the right there's this vetted candidate says, no fireworks are you a fireworks? No Fireworks Kinda Guy, do you We like to celebrate great things here with Confetti Canon so do you want to shoot off the fireworks or do you want to pass it on to the next The next individual? So one of our big functions each year is to produce the fireworks. Over the Ohio River I have plenty of time to play with fireworks will pass it along to the next. Alright. Alright. So once again, everyone thank you for listening in to the at five thirty on main podcast Mike and Josh, really appreciate it. If you enjoyed the conversation, please like it share it on all the platforms we appreciate any kind of reviews that you'll put out there. five-star. One-star it all makes us better. So until the next episode we'll talk to you soon. Thanks again for tuned into this episode of at five thirty on main hosted by Sean Collins Mike Davis please leave us a review and share your thoughts on today's episode. Let us know how you've been inspired for what you would like to hear on future episodes..

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"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

08:58 min | 4 months ago

"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

"I don't drive much. But when I do, it's apple carplay I think is like really what the old apple products used to be like super intuitive easy to use keeps me from doing something stupid I can't you know it takes over my life I'm in my car and whenever I rent a car whenever I travel I try to always make sure that my car is apple carplay so it's It is. is just like a perfect little thing. You know you just plug it in and suddenly. I know where I'm going. To pick up my phone and text people I don't to pick up my phone to make calls I have access to my music and it's a little bit disingenuous to be listening to the same thing somewhere else that I should be trying to absorb something local but it allows me to do that too so right? Yeah. Yeah the the interesting thing about. The evolution, there's I. Think you talk about? Apple you know it's the I mak they created the I mac and then created the iphone and he created the watch in the pen and the what they did really well as have a piece of software. That was we we talked about this on a previous podcast, but I tunes like the thought that everything that they did their software, their music, their videos there. Before podcast Catholic, all this will be distributed to one piece of software, and now how that extension of apple play in the car is is there is it is. It's it's well thought out in it's more of the user experience on someone else's device today. How's that going to work on the dashboard of you know? Two Thousand and Eighteen Nissan Sentra whatever it is from renting one. It works the same Volkswagen Golf as it does on a range rover it it that's. The magic of that? Yeah, it's it's like we we find that everybody wants. To I want to have this next feature I, want to do these things actually as humans we don't like that change creates that friction and that that rub that really brings up our inks. So being able to see that they've thought about how it works on this, you know this size screen versus my phone versus you know this I'm over here is really well thought out in in the structure that's behind that I think is very important to any design experience. So, it's a space. That Makes you emotional or or experiential? That you walk into every time more or one time. Yeah. That really really inspired you. I think we're lucky that I'm lucky because there's a space an near us designed by a very significant architect that to me is is really one of the most perfect buildings I've ever been in. A and that is the roofless church New Herminie designed by Philip Johnson and the the. When you walk into that building if he And it's a building without a roof, but the proportions of it are so excellent and there's something in that building or the way that the passer laid or where the sort of view area over the field and that the bottom of the river are that compels you to walk further into the building, your your moved forward through that building and there's multiple experiences in their you know. Sometimes I. Come in off the back side of it where where they're sort of A. Wall that blocks you from seeing at and then there's a surprise in it just impacts every time versus walking in at the end of the of the of the I don't even want to call nave because that's not really the right word for it in there. But this prominent feature almost as you come in through the large gates that is really different from that release more private experience coming in the back side that is is a is a building that that. Honestly, I would. I mean I wish I could put like an airstream trailer in their. One space. It's really accept that would spoil it. Yes. It's really a spectacular piece of architecture even separate from the art and sculpture that's in it. Even without it, you would feel human in that space because of how it's laid out a and you're an architect, you understand how that all works but it's it's really special I. I was also you know again. I got these questions and I was thinking about you know places where I always feel something in a building and and ironically I was thinking that I always feel them like kind of on the outside of the building more. So than the inside of the building except in certain certain ecclesiastic buildings like I think when when, when I'm in New York City The. Metropolitan. Opera when I'm in Lincoln Lincoln Center and you see this. It's there's a feeling of anticipation on the outside of the building. Yeah. You go inside and you see all this magic stuff happening. and. You know you're going to be treated to the highest level of of of artistry and all kinds of forms but when you're outside the sort of neo classic. Nineteen sixty seven sixty, eight sort of American, grandeur that is shown there in simple clean modern architecture that references back to the earliest architecture through a series of arches that makes you want to walk up and go through it. In the Hallway at set on the plaza and the Edward Darrell Stone building there on the other side kind of beyond when they put in the Time Warner Center. Things changed I shouldn't say ruined but things change but there was this feeling of. You know that was a time of a lot of unrest in new. York City and the rest of the world but. The people there had faith in their city and they built something that was really different than the sort of brutal is boxed in billings song a lot of other places and an appeals to me as a as a human to see what's going on. And explore and know that I feel you know safe to do that I, think that those are like one local sort of a trip that you can. Kind of. Plan in. A. Well as an architect space with her exterior in tears always about proportions and when it's done well, no way notices as much as what has done poorly, and you're like, they ruined it. Yeah. That's a great example because a lot of times you're like, what were they thinking why you know and it could come down to cost or may different factors you're like you just ruined this great moment That people had. With the space whether engaged how they engaged with it not. So I I think that's Pretty. Statement. So how does how to now we have personal experience and kind of digital experience and now spacial experience and how does that all tie together you know, Kinda when you think about delivering. What you do to the downtown community? Yeah. Well, I think It's very important that our work is instagram. -able. It's very important to us if we think about that like not just the visuals for the person that's there but the visual for. Any other followers and so for instance, I think a great example of that would be the the wall of light that we installed this year and I was thinking about I've seen on instagram so many time. Yeah and the and couple of the statements were this is an Evansville yeah where is this and it's the People's interaction with because they get parental interaction and and I might Recall a couple of weeks ago there on a Saturday night. I went down there and just kind of sat on a bench and watched and hundreds of people in the course of the early part of an evening It was cold but they were there taking pictures with their with their loved ones with their dates with some brought professional photographers with them. Yeah. Some were just doing sell fees and We have seen wedding pictures done their shot. You know obviously they have the ceremony and they're doing that you know our pictures or whatever. Going there. We've seen an engagement there and I know that that's GonNa live forever that wall of light that is only designed to last last one year. I mean I think that's kind of like a great example of how this all you know we. We took advantage of a space that was dead because of a fire. That space is being reborn. There's a developer working on that space right now. But how do we what were able to activate it? We leverage the resources that are ratepayers are property owners provide. To you know we told them we would give holiday decorations that we're going to have nice things we did that. And now because we've done that and it was done well, even though it simple, which is usually.

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"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

07:11 min | 4 months ago

"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

"Connected. Where where they had these feelings when they're in downtown Evansville that are separate from our property owners need to feel which is that we're increasing the value of their of their asset that we are protecting the value of their asset that we are driving business to their asset. So two different things, but they kind of all worked together. So it's it's it is a bit unique how how really the broader impact is not really the people that are paying for it yet, the indirect impacts much stronger tells people that are paying for on that ties into, and you can talk a little bit about that how the twenty sixteen master plan is being utilized and the community needs to. Know that yes it's been a few years I think people forget. Yeah. But it's a very positive thing that Kinda go to guide right now of what you guys are using. Yes. So we use that tool all the time in that that tool had one organizational call out which was the formation of the improvement district and took us a little over a year to get that done, which is incredibly quick. But we known that we would be moving in that direction for a long time. We ran conversations for two years before then the other sort of four areas some of had more aggressive work done towards him. So inactive main, Street Main Street now street for years ago. There's just really It's like it's a different place. We're about to have and by Main Street we can also talk you know going out a couple of blocks. You know we're we're We have a hundred and seventy six units of housing under construction today today right now in downtown Evansville there's one hundred and forty million dollars in active permanent construction happening today. So Yeah. So I think that we've we've done that piece You know when when we talk about the riverfront there traffic study was executed. Some things are our role to advocate for. We're not going to be the organization that has the funds ever to change the flow of traffic on on Riverside drive but we can advocate for what are property owners feel is the best use of that space the Noko makers district we have seen the. And Lisa of the woollen mills I'm. So there's the the first thing Pearl Laundry building has been in and out of contract two times for there's still some issues to resolve there, and then we have the first housing being built there at the former NABISCO factory. So things are happening in. No. So I think we're doing phenomenal at pulling down this this tool I mean you know the the taxpayers paid for that tool? We, it's our responsibility to use it. I think we're doing a great job in in creating the kind of downtown that a called for. So as we get into the discussion, you've heard the word experience you've used it I've used it It's really what we talk about here at five thirty on main is that experience of the individual is either walk into a space. or the experienced something online or how the convergence of those two things of actually happened today. Tell us what the word experience means to you. Well, first of all I think experiences an emotion and just like I think you know services emotion these other words that you can break down into and processes are steps. Yeah. That's important. But if I don't feel something, what's the point right? I. Mean That's experience experiences I need to be. Thrilled or delighted or scared, or or or intrigued or something there needs to be something going on there whether that's something that's coming through my phone or on a movie screen or when I'm walking around like how do I feel about this right now so you know we we work to build unique experiences. We want there to be something fascinating every fifty or. Seventy five feet so that people continue to move you know if some if something's one hundred and fifty feet away, you may not see it. You may not walk down the street. So how do we keep adding things so that so your interest is awakened when you're in downtown Evansville, you see something that you may not have noticed before and you walk that extra. Let's say half block and on the way past you see. Consumer Opportunities Employment Opportunities, investment opportunities, and you get to interact with your fellows who are on the sidewalk so that that to me is, let's sort of like our our job is to create fascinating experiences tribal. So. That's something that didn't always exist in downtown Evansville or it's been It's been absent for a while. Yeah which which one I think Evansville downtown Evansville and the whole community. There was a time when these things were allowed to sort of process on their own. Yes and the result of that is not nothing happens you know if an. told appropriate donor a few weeks ago. If nothing changes nothing changes, the reason you're building is like this because it hasn't changed on the inside with the ownership, right? As a community we were we were content to allow things to sort of be and what what we saw with that whether we recognized it or not is an increase diminution of value as a as a region relative to other regions that were putting effort into these things and really the the the current administration and the previous administration, and now we're seeing some activity on You know in recently on with county government. That's sort of understands that we we have got to change. Or someone needs to you know we need to figure out WHO's going to turn out the lights? Yeah. In thirty years or forty years. So we have to do this great downtown's don't just happen. Great communities don't just happen. There's a plan and is working towards that plan and then you move along and then it's like well is this working? Is this where we wanna be is this what we want? Pivot maybe refine probably and keep moving towards. This. Kind of community that attracts people that retains people. So when you're looking at, you come in and you set up in your you know a key influence and how this all starts and you start to look at downtown yeah. Do you from in development? We once had waterfall like development where you go through ideation and then everything is documented and there's a statement of work and then there's you know then after the statement. Of Work is completed then you go through the design and you go through the experience of what the design is going to be, and that's documented and you go to the next thing, and then that's handed off to the interaction developers and then they put the front end together while the back end is being developed online in all, and then it's a waterfall step in a process..

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"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

@530 on Main

06:46 min | 4 months ago

"evansville" Discussed on @530 on Main

"EVANSVILLE master plan update process. he owns two restaurants in Evansville he served as the general manager of several cheesecake factory's and restaurants in Los Angeles he feels his work is guided by a belief that people live their best lives in urban areas allowing a high degree of daily interaction with their fellows and Josh is a downtown Evansville resident. He's a native of Pasadena California Anna Graduate of UCLA here in Evansville Indiana he's been here since two thousand five. He is the immediate past chair of the Arts Council of Southwest Indiana. He's also a really nice guy he's a community advocate Josh welcome to at five thirty on me. Hey I'm happy to be here. Thank you for having me. So all the way from Pasadena, California? Yeah. About experiences. There's one experience that we you know here every year on is it new? Year's yeah it's new. Year's yeah. So it. It's hard to avoid that when you live there but I really only saw the parade I think twice in my life really. Yeah it's a it's. It's. Pretty crazed. So as a hometown member of it, it's not the experience everyone else sees on TV I'm sure brings in a lot of people. A lot of infrastructure moved correct gathers, of course, all the bleachers and things that would go down Colorado Boulevard There's also the process where the floats get put together where a few times as as as a young person involved with our church we would go and do various pieces like your charge of the sunflower seeds that become this piece of the float, but it's a great selling tool. But. Over one hundred, thirty years I think the parades been going on it's a great thing to hang your hat on something like that. Yeah. Well, I can tell you I've been really impressed with what you're doing with idea here in in downtown evansville being a business that sits on the corner of sixth and main The way in which the main street corridor is coming together and the experiences that you're creating for us. I saw quote think it was last year when we started, we had the big nutcrackers and you had. You said Evansville were going to have nice things. I really appreciate that quote. So, tell us a little bit about what he I does and how you're impacting. Downtown and surrounding areas. Sure. So an economic improvement district. There's over a thousand with these across the United States. What we do is we provide the benefits and services that property owners want that are beyond the city's capacity to do, and so typically in most areas and for US specifically at works like this, a petition process occurred where a majority of the property owner said, we are willing to pay for additional services. And sign up, and once we achieved a threshold of a majority of property owners who went to city council where through a unanimous action in November two thousand seventeen city council said, hey, we agree with this, these people want to pay for this. We aggregate those individual funds and our effort is to provide a balanced return for all those property owners, and as you said, that runs from forty two cents to sixty three, thousand dollars per parcel. So we have different things that were providing for different property owners but overall, the work kind of comes into three sort of general areas. The first is clean and safe. How does it look? So in there is snow removal, it's landscaping the those kinds of pieces. Have Events in marketing, tell our story to the broader community and then the other pieces advocacy in business recruitment developer recruitment that the work that we had been doing before how do we? How do we sort of keep that in keep new things coming into downtown? So those are sort of the three areas the property owner at forty two cents probably doesn't want graffiti on their utility box right? A property owner at sixty three thousand wants to create a great experience for their. Current and future employees and for their consumers or they're bored or their shareholders whoever it may be that they're working to appeal to. So how did that transform from? Is it an evolution if you will from CDC to the FBI? D. Or is it does the C. I. CDC Gorgeous Yeah There's a lot of different letters there. So the CDC is is the new organization so the CDC definitely exists but it has a different governance structure and different financial structure so they're completely separate organizations The, CDC does not have to provide proportional benefit to the ratepayers because it is not funded by the ratepayers. We funded the CDC startup through foundational support from two of our largest employers area who wanted to accelerate real estate growth in downtown following models. We've seen in communities from Albuquerque to San Diego to Erie Pennsylvania to most dramatically in in Cincinnati, right up the river we went to those communities. We saw what they did with their development corpse and we emulated that very nice. Nice. So The The experience of as you said, the forty two cents owner versus the sixty three thousand is different, but it sounds like the collaborative group is is really being impacted to improve the experience of our area correct because. We will our board has a wide range of property owners on it. Of course, sixty thousand dollars a year people want to be on that board And then we have a condominium owner who pays one hundred dollars a year on the board and everything in between all we have nonprofits on our board we have a clear. Organizations have been involved. So we try to make sure that we're getting everyone's piece so that we can provide these services that are appropriate. But while our work is we have to be mindful that our work is not just impacting these property owners but has a broader benefit for our community and so the person walking down main street that sees you know today it it snowed. Right. There's no snow on the sidewalks in downtown Evansville. How does that happen? You know they they don't need to understand the mechanisms behind it. They need to have a great experience where they feel. entreat..

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Evansville City Council declares racism a public health crisis

Chicks On the Right

00:16 sec | 5 months ago

Evansville City Council declares racism a public health crisis

"He's racism now a public health crisis in Evansville city leaders there made that declaration Monday night passing a resolution only councilman Justin Albers voted against the idea some say the resolution simply acknowledges a long standing problem but doesn't actually do

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"evansville" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"evansville" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Returning to Evansville university of Evansville Vincennes they're going to have students back and how it Notre Dame they have now made at ACT and SAT exams optional is this an effort to get more students to apply is this a new somehow aid aid causation regarding corona virus in a way that I can't connect it what are the universities telling you about what the fall might look like and how that affects the businesses around them yeah you know you mentioned the SAT and ACT scores not being required part of a pilot program you're doing at Notre Dame and we've seen that at other universities looking at at that not depending as much or not requiring the standardized tests this is part of the moment so I think that's perhaps as much a part of that is anything but I think this is gonna be one of really interesting story to watch unfold is how these universities come back with face to face instruction sports football athletics university state and what happens when that begins to happen used to be social distancing and all kinds of things going on universities have their that really modified their schedule so I'm not getting out early recall breaking over earlier for the end of the first semester those types of things but what happens if there is a a huge like it's some of these universities and what will it mean and then the over arching you don't have somebody is you know the economy in general I think everyone would agree we can't afford to have the economy shut down again that would be catastrophic so these universities as they get back and it's going to be a big test of where things go I think going forward Gary neck from inside Indiana business dot com on Twitter at IBM the Dr Huber dot com hotline I appreciate Gary let's check in with traffic map bear on the fives in the W. I'm busy traffic center what's going on all right Tony we're looking at inbound traffic from Greenwood in trouble here on northbound thirty one very stop eighteen road it's going to be closer to stop thirteen in fact or just north of county line road three vehicles that appears somebody's hurt in this because state player that would be excellent eastbound is seventy pressure German church of vehicle rolled in fact two semis crashed with one overturned and they're both off the roadway trying to face your mail in.

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Olive Garden fires Illinois restaurant manager who allegedly provided customer with a 'server that wasn't black'

WBBM Morning News

00:17 sec | 9 months ago

Olive Garden fires Illinois restaurant manager who allegedly provided customer with a 'server that wasn't black'

"News the manager of an olive garden in Evansville Indiana has been fired after complying with a request from a white customer to have a white server instead of the black one who originally asked her for her order in a statement the restaurant chain says it has zero tolerance for discrimination of any

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Walter McCarty fired as Evansville basketball coach

CBS Sports Radio

00:13 sec | 11 months ago

Walter McCarty fired as Evansville basketball coach

"Evansville fired head coach Walter McCarty he was placed on administrative leave last month after reports of alleged sexual misconduct in violations of the school's title nine policy Todd Licklider was hired as the

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Evansville places men's basketball coach Walter McCarty on leave weeks after historic upset

Tony Katz and the Morning News

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Evansville places men's basketball coach Walter McCarty on leave weeks after historic upset

"University of Evansville men's basketball coach Walter McCarty has been placed on administrative leave a midi title nine investigation the school announced Friday our partners at which TV report details surrounding the potential title nine violations have not been

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Why Are Some Words 'Bad'?

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

10:47 min | 1 year ago

Why Are Some Words 'Bad'?

"We're talking about that words specifically bad words for the adults listening. Don't turn this down. I promise we won't actually say any swears cuss curse words. Potty talk however you characterize this kind of language in your family now some of you listening might not really know any bad words and that's great but but then again maybe you have heard an adult around you say a word and then ask you not to repeat it or maybe you've heard another kid say a bad word. Maybe even some of you have said one of those bad words yourself and perhaps you've gotten in trouble for it. You have sent us questions about why these words exist and why they're often so powerful and we thought these questions deserved their own episode because it's important to be able to talk about the things that are confusing or hard and even the things that make us or our adults uncomfortable. Here's who we found to guide us in this conversation. My name is Ben. Bergen and and I'm a professor at the University of California San Diego and I steady language and the brain whenever we speak. It's because of signals that are sent from our brain whenever we understand words. It's because the signals that go into our ears and into our eyes get connected in our brain and our brain allows us to. I understand how meaning works allows us to convey messages and it's the really smart control system at the middle of our bodies professor. Bergen has also written a book all about bad words has a cheeky title. But the subtitle is what swearing reveals about our language our brains and ourselves so he has spent a lot of time studying bad words why we use them and how we use them and what's going on in in our brains. When we say bad words I became really interested in swearing when I became apparent so I have two kids who were five into into and when my son was born all of a sudden I realized that I used some strong language as an adult that I I felt a little uncomfortable with around this new child and I wanted to understand more about how that strong language worked? Does it cause harm two children to hear it. Why do we use it? Why does it feel so powerful and so I started doing some research? Does it cause harm to children to hear or use bad language. Guage as far as we can tell there's no particular harm that it causes two children so children here lots of words and they find them Some of them exciting. They find some of them boring. They find some of them intriguing interesting because maybe they provoke interesting reactions. Sion's and the people around them but for the most part the words themselves don't cause any harm the the thing it does cause harm we know is when people talk to children in ways that make them feel bad about themselves so telling children that they a worthless telling children that they're bad or threatening children. We know that that can cause harm but it doesn't matter so much which words you use. What matters is the message that you're conveying Well I hope we can get into a little bit more of that but let's start with some of the questions that we have from our a young listeners because it will probably not surprise the kids who are listening and it will definitely not surprise any adults who are listening that we have a lot of questions from kids about bad words and why people use them and why kids can't use them so let's start with Daschle. Hello My name is Anne from North Carolina and my question is why are some bad bad word were some words bad in wind. Wise the Middle Finger bad my name is Logan in Iowa from Omaha and my question is why are some words bad. Why are some words bad? That's a great question. It's very hard to give a single answer because for each word there's a different history. Three words come into a language over the course of many many many years and centuries and they change and so the way that a word is used at one time may change over the course of generations of people who use that word words. In general that are considered bad tend to come from particular places they tend to relate to part of our lives that we don't like talking about about in public and in particular they tend to relate to experiences of like bathroom functions. So things that you we do in a bathroom or too religious ideas. Sometimes they relate to other groups of people that we have negative feelings about those those words. Over time they evolved they change so that not only do people not want to talk about those things but they don't even want to say those words or hear those particular particular words. What about the Middle Finger? I know you study words but do you have a sense of white gestures. Things that you do with your body could also be considered batter those connected to the words so the Middle Finger has a very long history. It's been used in the same way that we use it now for at least two thousand years. We know that the ancient Incheon Greeks used it the ancient Romans used it and it was very similar to what it is now. We think that it might might have originally been used to represent a penis and That just as we don't like to show private parts in public look in the same way. We don't like to show demonstrations of what private parts might look like in public but over the course of time. It's just become a general term or general gesture that is used to denigrate people or to show dislike for people. The middle finger isn't universal. Though in lots of other cultures there are different gestures that mean similar things and in some places in the world. The Middle Finger doesn't mean what it means here you at all. That's so interesting because I think a lot of people will understand that to be true. That may be something that is not a such a bad word in your family family or in your culture can be really bad or have a totally different meaning in somebody else's family or somebody else's culture and Ben even the things that you were talking talking about like Bathroom humor some families are okay with that and some families aren't and there. Are Maybe things that we say at home. That are okay that we wouldn't say at school. Aw So it's interesting to think about the fact that words don't have a universal bad meaning or a universal bad sense to them or a good sense to them. Yes the the words that we think are bad. We think are bad because we learned that they are bad. We were told that by our parents wants or we noticed that they were bleeped out when we're listening to music or maybe we were even punished for using them. That's how we learned that those particular words are bad but as you say it may differ from family to family. I know that there are families that my children go to school with who have very different rules at home. About what words they can say and what words they can't say and certainly across time the words that we think are bad words now were not bad Edwards one hundred or two hundred years ago and they won't be bad words in the future either are their historical bad words. That don't really have any meaning now. So they're more just kind of fun but that were really bad way back two hundred years ago. Sure there's a whole history of words that used to be really strong bad words but people have totally totally forgotten about one of them is zounds downs zones yeah that's a good one or Gad. Souks Gad's oops it was bad get dukes was really bad. It was religious term. It comes from God's hooks and it's meant to refer to to the Stigmata of Jesus on the Cross There's another one that I don't think anyone knows about any more. But that was the F. Word back in Shakespeare's Day. We have another question from Merrin. I am nine years old. I live in Evansville Indiana. My question is is. Why aren't kids allowed to say bad words or cuss words? Why aren't kids allowed to say bad? Words cuss words. That's a great question. Some kids are in some circumstances. So it's important to remember that social rules change depending on who you you are and where you are and who's around you so it's certainly true that in certain places people are expected not to use bad words so for example in a classroom where they're adults around or with particular adults may be in your home. Those are places where there's as an expectation that people will talk in a certain way and in our culture at this time we've decided that those words are not appropriate for for those circumstances. It's kind of like you know when you need to use the bathroom. There's a particular sites that you use the bathroom and lots of other places that you don't. That's just how our society works but there are certain places and certain times where kids can use strong words in particular where there aren't people around who feel that it's inappropriate so when kids are just around other kids and a everyone is comfortable and making sure that they're keeping each other's Feeling in safe. Then it's okay for those kids to use those words in some families at home. It's okay for kids to use strong words so so it all it all depends. I would also add that. One of the jobs of the adults in your life is to try to teach you what's acceptable and what's not and how your behaviors you and your language affect you and other people and what the consequences are of how you behave. And then when you're an adult you have more freedom to make choices for yourself about what kind words you're going to use but those choices will be based on what you've learned from the adults in your life from all of the people around you

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"evansville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"evansville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Days a week all live to the Evansville purple aces who earlier this week beat the number one ranked in the country Kentucky Wildcats in college basketball the Wildcats had one day being ranked number one in the country and then they lose to Evansville now the the more impressive thing to me is it the more shocking thing I I should say is not that Evansville beat Kentucky but if the Evansville exists I I've never heard in my entire life of Evansville I don't know if it's Evansville university I don't know if it's Evansville college Evansville a and M. I don't know where Evansville is east coast west coast is the European school I have no idea is a junior college I don't know anything about Evansville and then what yes the I know shame on me right if you're a national radio is clearly should know everything about the historic Evansville purple aces which what is a purple ace by the way like is that I can not a deck of cards thing because it's but it's red and black right so I don't know what a purple ace is I have no idea what that means I can't even speculate what that means you're an idiot well here morons that's the truth sounds like my mom she's a nice lady you of looking at those usually like apple does Ben Ben Horowitz dangerous FO producing board I mean you guys have any idea what the purple aces are does it mean anything to you do you have any like you can have a remote gas of what that could possibly because I'm totally absolutely stopped I'm going to guess it has something you Evey Asian AV eight oh okay now like the same way this isn't this where my brain goes like weird al had that song where he did the Star Wars parody of American pie and it was a call the the force that whenever he had that song is like seven minutes long and he he calls young Anakin Skywalker little pod flying ace so it's it's that kind of deal like the the they were purple jackets and fly planes like us so the topic on kind of thing a top can kind of okay I can see that now that all right maybe that's what they are the Evansville purple aces will congradulations to them whoever they are whatever they are wherever they are that's that's probably the greatest moment in school history so what a time to be in Evansville of it's going.

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Evansville upsets No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena

AP 24 Hour News

00:41 sec | 1 year ago

Evansville upsets No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena

"It will go down as one of the bigger upsets ever in college basketball the peas run Freeman reports Evansville put on a show stunning top ranked Kentucky at Rupp arena just one day after taking over the top spot in the AP poll Kentucky falls to visiting Evansville sixty seven sixty four it was a happy homecoming for per voices second year coach Walter McCarty who helped lead Kentucky to the nineteen ninety six NC double a championship the Wildcats shot just thirty seven percent they were out rebounded and the lead for just five minutes the entire game K. J. Riley led the winners with eighteen Sam Khanna help that was seventeen manual quickly led the losers with sixteen points and nine boards as is wild cats were upset by Evansville Ron Friedman Lexington

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No. 1 Kentucky stunned at home by unranked Evansville

Newsradio 950 WWJ 24 Hour News

00:16 sec | 1 year ago

No. 1 Kentucky stunned at home by unranked Evansville

"Wind meanwhile there was a major upset in college basketball last night as Evansville goes to Kentucky and stuns the number one ranked Wildcats sixty seven sixty four that loss now opens the door for Duke to become the new number one team in the nation when the latest they people gets released

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"evansville" Discussed on WEEI

WEEI

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"evansville" Discussed on WEEI

"Four CBS the phone number eight five five two one two four two two seven at all on Twitter D. A. on CBS we're gonna try to get to this morning here on the show coming up later on in the hour how about the Evansville ABC's led by Walter McCarty former Kentucky Wildcats who is on the ninety six team that won the national championship he was the head coach is the head coach last night of the aces as they pull off an incredible upset knocking off number one Kentucky at Rupp arena how crazy is that it's by far the worst loss under John Calipari at U. K. and Walter McCarty a former wildcat is coaching Evansville two one upset of number one Kentucky at Rupp arena we'll hear the final call coming up later on in the hour as part of sound check from the Evansville radio network which I'm guessing is not a network is just one affiliate also we should play super Dave's final call coming up as well in sound check as he is the voice the winter beagles and Winthrop got its first win ever against a ranked opponent the other night against Saint Mary's in California and super Dave does our college football picks every single week you'll join us tomorrow so we got some major college basketball upset final calls to great out coming up here this hour your phone number is eight five five two one two for CBS eight five five two one two four two two seven on Twitter D. A. on CBS when we come back we'll get to your phone calls and tweets regarding the college football playoff rankings also baseball an investigation of the Astros uncovered that used to the best team in baseball over the last three years could be the shady S. team in the league we'll discuss coming up next DA CBS sports radio doctors without borders teens.

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"evansville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"evansville" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Season Evansville one eleven and twenty one this season Evansville is started to what their season may already be made sense to us he throws it in the backseat with five seconds for three seconds elevates all three in Lexington Kentucky as the number one sixty seven sixty four they should it was Tuesday night the Kentucky red been familiar feline Gee college sixty seven sixty four three point win for Evansville at rob their first win over a number one ranked team in program history and they did it after closing is a twenty five point underdog they pull off the upset their coach Walter McCarty former Kentucky player won a national championship with the Wildcats in nineteen ninety six Walter McCarty against earlier here on ESPN radio hello is also where she was she was holding me back a lot of old cases on the city support is awesome almost June hello guys and we just would really connected sold those four people back in our coach take is just right there with with what you were feeling in Europe one you shooting free throws your heart rate in what was that like when you saw both go down and you had it yet what are your leaders who takes no time at the bottle at the free throw line it's pollinated bail nothing but that what was that like for you watching that fortune for us we're about to burst with those who will go let them figure out which one of them maybe the people's loud well some of the windows if people small bedrooms but sit back let's not give up all of a sudden they could make but also put the blindfold was more like okay well we have a lot of local nonstop fell so I was concerned we told you all this so I just jumped on my job is to book we learned second out there just keep moving yeah shows so so don't tell me where sold worldwide will we believe all execute the game a lot a lot more this is not a valid email is also a lot of our guys they will believe me J. plans from Jordan they also tell off lasted for days in this our goof ball I love the word believe when you said that you had a chance to go and share with this in a locked room I saw the locking celebration Gatorade and water everywhere how did not find a way to not cry because I thought I saw some tears from you with your your players winning this game tonight and that of course more views all the emotion that does not serve people support more for brown because this is for a program that though I think I read off when we got to go out that they're not just there I got a voicemail motional right you know so no I'm not I'm not a prude but got a four month for my dad's the bagel almost what I did and they go out the mobile they Love Me in a baseball game it was there was just one of those farms where what I remember is four by five Carly just really here on ESPN radio Freddie inferred Simmons is Evansville purple aces had been picked to finish eighth in the Missouri valley conference in the conference's preseason poll they going to rob and be number one ranked Kentucky Kentucky has a streak of fifty two consecutive home wins against unranked non conference opponents come to an end want to be in for them ESPN analyst Seth Greenberg in bed docket November.

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Evansville stuns No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena, 67-64

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Evansville stuns No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena, 67-64

"Just one day after taking over the top spot in the AP poll Kentucky falls to visiting Evansville sixty seven sixty four it was a happy homecoming for purple laces second year coach Walter McCarty who helped lead Kentucky to the nineteen ninety six NC double a championship the Wildcats shot just thirty seven percent they were out rebounded and they lead for just five minutes the entire game K. J. Riley led the winners with eighteen Sam Conley help that was seventeen manual quickly led the losers with sixteen points and nine boards as is wild cats were upset by Evansville Ron Friedman Lexington

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Lilly King disqualified from event at world swimming championships

WIBC Programming

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Lilly King disqualified from event at world swimming championships

"Every former Olympian and Indiana University swimming stand out Lilly Kane has been disqualified from one of her bands at the world swimming championships the Evansville native won her heat in the two hundred meter breaststroke in South Korea yesterday but judges world she did not touch the wall with both hands at the same time on her first term king appeared shocked by the DQ many people on social media are calling for an appeal on the disqualification king was aiming for a sweep of the breaststroke

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Small Modular Houses May Offer Alternatives To Older Adults

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:19 min | 2 years ago

Small Modular Houses May Offer Alternatives To Older Adults

"Walk around the campus of the university of southern Indiana. And you may notice a very small house. It's part of an experiment to create houses of six hundred square feet that can be built in days. These little homes could offer housing alternatives for elderly people. Isaiah cyber of member station. W N, I N in Evansville has the story the small six hundred square foot. Modular house is called Minka. The name is derived from a simple and functional style of Japanese home. Bill Thomas is a geriatrician by training. But today, he's overseeing the construction of one of the first Minka prototypes. On this university campus in southwestern Indiana with his elderly patients in mind, this is the Minka revolution. Workers camera away. Putting the final touches on the foundation. No one will live in this prototype house. It's being built for research, but housing officials from Loveland Colorado, a town about fifty miles north of Denver have different plans for houses. I'm really interested in observing the actual construction method because it is different than what we're used to Dorsey McClure is director of real estate development with the Loveland housing authority. It's projects are normally stick built with everything constructed on site. But Mika houses are modular parts of the house like floor, boxes and wall panels are built in a factory and shipped to the site. As for construction think Legos next summer Loveland will break ground on its own meager houses through initially building nine to housing your citizens back one and do this type of housing foodie. Bill is awesome is brilliant. Because that's the knee about that right now. Valerie, Drake, Henry's, North Carolina based housing consultant who works with builders to construct accessible. Homes and is a big fan of modular houses while the idea of modular homes for the elderly isn't unique. It's used for a whole community is intriguing each house costs about seventy five thousand dollars to build and they're constructed quickly very quickly while stick built homes can take months to construct you can build a Minka house in just a few days jerk. Henry thinks this project can help raise awareness about alternatives to the single family home. She notice veer lack of knowledge about housing options in this country. People often choose houses for themselves based on what they've grown up in. But what people know, and what people actually need can be very different. And that's part of the idea behind Minka house. If you have a small high tech, compact livable house, and you have good neighbors close by you can maintain your independence for a lot longer than if you're living alone in a house at the end of a cul de sac Minka developer Bill Thomas. He's them as an alternative to assisted living nursing homes for millions of. Seniors Thomas says and accessible house that works for the elderly can also be perfect for a young twenty something. And that's why one of the first is on a university campus. The house has already caught the attention of students who gawk at the construction as they walk by Thomas is in talks with the university about building a whole community of these mak- houses near campus. He wants to create a small neighborhood students who want an alternative to dorm life living next door to elderly people in the surrounding community. His goal is to provide accessible homes to seniors while bringing generations closer together. One tiny house at a time for NPR news. I'm Jay Seibert in Evansville, Indiana.

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Trump vows to fight censorship of conservatives by social media firms

Morning Edition

00:51 sec | 2 years ago

Trump vows to fight censorship of conservatives by social media firms

"I'm korva Coleman President Trump is again criticizing major social. Media and internet, companies he claims without evidence that. They're, biased against conservatives NPR's Sarah mccamman reports that Trump repeated those claims Thursday and campaign rally in Evansville Indiana on Twitter President Trump. Has accused Google of, being biased against. Him that claim was deemed inaccurate by. A recent Associated Press fact check he's made similar comments at the White House this week at a rally with supporters Trump again complained about several companies, including Facebook and Twitter we as a country cannot tolerate political censorship blacklisting at. Rigged search results and you know it can go the other, way also Trump's comments come amid debate, about, how, companies should. Deal with individuals in groups that use online platforms to spread

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"evansville" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And that is my top priorities That's what that's what I gets. Me up that's what, I wanna, fight for I think it's worth, fighting for this country those world needs this country to be successful our children need it and deserve it and we have an obligation. To make, it better I'm but I hear you I do I understand exactly what you're saying is not a new conversation. To me anyway good call. Thank you let's go to Mike in Evansville in Indiana Mike how are you the pleasure to get, to talk to a real honor Just about every. Day thank you yeah I agree with you on the on. The tweets I think that I, always tell my relatives I say if you hired someone to work on your house the construction workers and you. Found out you know. That, they cheat on their wife back in, seventy? Eight would you let them finish. The job or are you going to fire you know we we hired President. Trump, to do a job and he's doing the job we hired him do. And his past history does just doesn't really. Matter it's it's the job he's. Doing right now and the tweets one thing. About that is we we have the opportunity. To know what he's thinking of what, he's saying and not secondhand information through the media. That's. Not accurate anyway well. That's that's. The good part of tweeting right don't actually have changed my opinion I see. It now. As a. Massive advantage firm to bypass a corrupt media, look. I just have? An urgency about the state of things in the country I'm very very concerned you know I saw the direction of the country? Under liberal, leftist, Obama and the Democrats and we saw the damage they've done I see this president is correcting, that damage every day and where the people of. The country are the ones that benefiting from it I have. An urgency to get this done, and get this done as quickly as we possibly can and I see also corruption abuse of power at a. Level that should put. Chills, up and down the spines of every, American? Citizen that needs to be fixed. Or we're gonna lose our constitutional Republic on top of that it's a very. Dangerous, world our military needs to be strong our borders need to be secure You know at, this point getting things done and maybe being a little loud and even at times. Crude, about it doesn't offend me, and I'm saying this is somebody that you know basically, is called every name possible..

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"evansville" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

The Pat McAfee Show

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on The Pat McAfee Show

"Yeah cody mo my camera guys actually from evansville evansville right outside of evansville indiana petersburg indiana petersburg evansville indiana has a tropicana casino remember that but do vegas atlantic city and evansville yeah i did a tour ended a comedy toward went through evansville read picked up a bunch of guys there one of my friends college teammate who played against us the middle linebacker number forty seven red headed fellow captain shook your hand o smit now that's the this was yeah read williams his name he was academic all american definitely the dumbest human i remember when he played west virginia yes yeah yeah i remember the red headed dude yes yeah yeah he won the mvp i believe that game that you beat us by one with an extra point i should've probably wouldn't have you i think what you're saying you're right chase maybe you should hard i think that's about it do you like listen to your music no god no not not after it sal when i'm list i listened to it so much while i'm making it you know like that version her at there that's a demo of all it was supposed to be and that's a demo so i'll go in and i'll rerecord it make make it even better make it bigger and by that time i'm tired of hearing do you hate the songs performing onstage some of them but they get such good reaction you have to play that make sense so i have a story that i have to tell on stage on stage i don't enjoy telling it.

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"evansville" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"Ihs aa two champions are crap on to remain be crowd here inside bankers life fieldhouse it's the three a state championship game evansville bosse and kover academy here on the ihs sa champions radio network i'm pat boylan alongside bob level we look at this matchup matchup of two teams that have played previously back in december evansville bosse got the better of that match up a ten point win get when you're talking about a game bob that's getting played now in march you're talking very often about two very different things i don't think there's any question bat that these g both teams have really if it's possible gotten a lot better since that time in in december and i think again you have to credit coaches both coaches shane burke burkhart mark galloway for playing one another obviously you don't think that you might see one another in the championship but you know that these are top five basketball teams in three and why not go do that and i think it's a credit to them they both bumped up their schedules it was a game when you look back here's the surprise mci larry has a great night but i think one thing you learned from that too is you learn how to control pace if you're cobra kademi do you understand how important pacis and i think if you're ever so boston you learn from that lesson you go go gets a big strong physical team you can compete with them and play very well pace always important in any game but i think it certainly falls out a little bit more here tonight evansville bosse is going to try to run up and down the floor colder maybe doesn't wanna play slow but compared to evansville they wanna play more in the half court in thirty two minutes of a high school game bossy averages eighty three points so i think they'll tell you look you right in.

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"evansville" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

02:39 min | 3 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"News radio 1040 who theory is that the iowa hot as thirteen do twelve at those are the first benefit really through tate of back on the 16th of january very competitive alaska did end up winning seventy four to sixty five o'clock eyes have their opportunity in the fourth quarter now that there was just physically and about one quarter that put nebraska over the hawks and that was that had that one quarter that was the second quarter not happen i think iowa would have probably one in the end first freethrow is no good by a morton the second one is and she has 10 which the brass go on top sixty nine thirty four or forty two left to go in the third ears goyal free throw line extended left and a fall away the ball let's go to be a voice on rachel black bird that'll be the team's second and blackburn with her first zairean sanders comes into the ballgame poor the hawkeyes redshirt from evansville i would gets the ball into got the since she misses a 13th for jump shot and the rebound hauled down by the cornhuskers here's a blocked by gaps decision as stalwart penetrated the middle law goes out of bounds dutch wants my iowa eight thousand eight hundred and twenty three by here this afternoon lots empty there is at deep 3pointer by kissinger that has no good rebound hauled down by coley ahead tuesday on sanders first time we have seen her today here's the up to send makes a move toward the basket right handed shoddy is good gop the roll off the left side of the rim megan got to sit with seventeen impediment ball in the floor a lot more than we normally see but she looks good during the moves didn't strong incompetent as she grabbed that ball uh fifteen feet away on the left wing deliver drove in backed away and the make the shot seventeen eight four gulf the cinema ballgame sixty nine thirty six deficit gets her hand on a ball as a turnaround jump shot is no good by blackburn and of a wild shot as the.

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"evansville" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:31 min | 3 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Your indiana fly to sixteen took off from the evansville airport just after seven p m it was a nasty night misty and foggy the plane was carrying members of the university of evansville men's basketball team the purple aces they had a game in tennessee they never made it the plane crashed shortly after takeoff pat waugh than was the police reporter for the local paper the evansville currier he was on his dinner break at home when the call came in from the city editor there had been a crash near the airport in a neighborhood called melody hills will that concern me right away because my town i grew up in that area and my parents live in melody hills uh so my next move was to try to call them and course got a deadline found out later asked coats thereby else had same idea jammed circuits the plane had gone down on a muddy hillside when watson gone out there he saw small fire and bodies on the ground i actually glance down on the ground in the saul an aces duffel bag and that's when my my heart sank that's when i realize neil this within the basketball team all twenty nine people on board the plane were killed fourteen were players on the evansville team the victims also included firstyear coach bobby watson members of his staff and the teams radio broadcaster that than remembers the scene as the remains were taken back to the city on a railroad car and that was really a an eerie seen at the think all of us a recall an end the the cause of with the fog in the miss doing all that and of train whistle to as a rebecca ended up there was a red flare the kind of fun glowed in in fog rich davis was another young reporter at the scene that night a young boy had led him through the woods to the crash site you know every ajete that you can use from hopelessness to despair this was a team that i tell people define the city evansville had seen some tough economic times in the '60s and '70s but the basketball team put the city on its shoulders at one five national titles in division two and then a nineteen 77 evansville moved up to division one the highest level in college basketball joe atkinson teaches at the university of evansville he's directed a new documentary about.

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"evansville" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on Here & Now

"Well iranian a flight to sixteen took off from the evansville airport just after seven p m it was a nasty night misty and foggy the plane was carrying members of the university of evansville men's basketball team the purple aces they had a game in tennessee they never made it the plane crashed shortly after takeoff pat waugh thing was the police reporter for the local paper the evansville currier he was on his dinner break at home when the call came in from the city editor there had been a crash near the airport in a neighborhood called melody hills well that concern me right away because my town i grew up in that area and my parents live in melody hills uh so my next move was to try to call them and course got a deadline found out later asked coats air by else had same idea in jammed circuits the plane had gone down on a muddy hillside when watson got there he saw small fire and bodies on the ground i actually glance down on the ground in the saul an aces duffel bag and that's when my my heart sank that's when i realize is new this had been the the basketball team all twenty nine people on board the plane were killed fourteen were players on the evansville team the victims also included firstyear coach bobby watson members of his staff and the teams radio broadcaster pat waugh than remembers the scene as the remains were taken back to the city on a railroad car and that was really a an eerie seen at that think all of us recall an end to the close of with the fog in the mists in all that and of train whistle to as a rebecca ended up there was a red flare kind of phone glowed in in fog rich davis was another young reporter at the scene that night a young boy had led him through the woods to the crash site you know every ajete that you can use from hopelessness too.

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"evansville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"The river from henderson kentucky into evansville and right across the river was a place called max barbecue been there for years max barbecue and i remember as a kid you pull into the max barbecue we're going to eat lunch and macs loved it good food and there's cemetery right across the street i said is this from all the people he max that are we gonna wind up there because we adopted had lunch here is now my favorite place in evansville is there is a strip club and evansville and as your favorite place well i've never been insider oh later outside there is a sign that was very clearly made in like the early eighties in especially in playboy the head art from this certain artist than was always all white background and it was almost like silhouette remember that style of our another sign had two girls on it like that and it's clearly from like eighty one eighty two and you know they both still work there it's the only place i that i've been uh that the marketing said i you know see something you've never seen before in as it turns out what it is is it's a stripper with a stab wound connected to a gunshot wound by csection scar which is pretty cool oh man is that in the act no it was that night when i saw a psa no but i didn't go in you know it but i assume it's about on par with brass over in newport not and other classy joint yeah i barchen right across the street from an app it huddle sat huddled run on you and i both pozzo's places are great place at the family notices places a super been superhero to me my whole livengood to me by live to is liz wealth less nine years of my life went in there i used to run the open mike at thompson oh china for like three years and i got to know more pretty well and they were all super great to me yeah roger minor and all those folks are wonderful uh j armstrong in on does it smell funding to you hope see against soon and may not come any time you hear me and you got you got a website giving thing where people can contact you.

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"evansville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"For me joined by bobby evansville the trade deadline is done nothing will come on his way we've built up enough tries last time we talk in vigo not much like five minutes later there goes new year's oh my god gives a week of the ire of the next i've commodified gathers pressure at the end their there yet we got some uh some clubs readied a great deal but you never know of things are going to happen me it takes in fact we we didn't know what was going to happen we after he got hit by that pitch it might be the end of that deal you know middle of the game aimed so until the deals done it's not done can you tell us how close you were to making any other deal may whether there are other options of me i think that some clubs really would have light for us to be more and there uh the sweet spot relative to the asked uh but different options but nothing nothing overwhelming that i thought was near clearly you know from our front office we really felt like was a compelling a scenario forest but here we know that we've got a long road ahead we've got to be strategic we can't uh you can't do this overnight it's going to take time and then you know startevic start of it right now is looking at some younger players and see and how their performing an an and bringing other guys up in september and see how they perform see how our veterans perform you know down the stretch here i mean this was an evaluation opportunity for us to ultimately make decisions this winter but let me ask you this 'cause i've been talking about this near and i don't know how accurate any of these things are online that that look into payroll and things like that how much you have committed but at least from i saw you the most money committed in all major league baseball next year and everybody look there's no cabin baseball but there is a luxury tax and certainly there is a number that you'd like.

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"evansville" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

The Dave Ramsey Show

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"evansville" Discussed on The Dave Ramsey Show

"And when when that occurs than i would look at getting it and it and just knowing that it's it's is going to be more expensive the older you are and you lose some you have some chance of the loss of your uh you know you're insurability but that that's something we all face as we all aged that's not a a dozen doesn't change the situation here now i wouldn't buy life insurance uh scott in evansville i scott how under caribbean earlier better than i deserve what's up on our our report question i in your government and economic uh and not quite per year i kinda get fire under my by and what we're talking about credit we're talking about you know fired who the retirement and so i got of my wife uh old invex from her uh ford jobs for one case and i wonder if he if one i did a step away and then you what to do with this other stuff because i'm not sure what do you okay um the first one i got to roll over ira and i world it over in through a lot higher rate and i don't know if i did that correctly but that's fine you're the money for the taxes that creates would that 'cause i don't create packed then yeah when you move money from a traditional to a ross the entire count becomes taxable how much did you move uh more wicker before one k too a lot i move uh forty seven hundred forty eight okay so like allows you probably created like a thousand bucks in taxes wonderful that's okay because it's going to grow taxfree from here if you can scrape up yeah house and that's an okay thing to do.

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