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"fayette county" Discussed on KSR
"Of school. Is today the first day of school for most people. It is for a lot of school districts. That definitely isn't fayette county. But i think a lot of school districts are starting today and it seems like the thing to do now. Shannon is to have your kid stand on the porch and hold a piece of paper that says what grade. They're i'm seeing a lot of that. When did that become a thing. I didn't know it was a thing you had to stand for a couple of years. Usually it's like not a piece of paper but like nine or why. I mean literally on my instagram. Just kids smiling sane fourth grade. There's kid that says sophomore in high school and it looks like they have a look like do. I really have to keep doing this. Mom can we please stop. Yeah let's let that become the thing you do. I don't know i had not seen that. So something neither one's shannon. I think we should be doing right. You and i should. What should we do us like year. We pick what would be the first day school. We just hold up and go twelfth year of radio and take pictures of us. We could do that so we can watch us aging over the years. The anniversary is coming up right for this show. Yeah the invites by the way are going out today. So check your emails folks. Yeah the but the phase two invites go out. Friday phase. One invites ryan go out today. So how many calls you get later today. Don't don't panic. You might be unfazed if you don't get maybe your emails just slow. yeah jerry went to your spam fold. That's what i'm gonna say. Look well the thing. Is i mean i know a lot of phase wonders. That can't come for various reasons partially because we've waited so long to invite so we might get some face tours to get a bump all so you have an upper tier of phase to people that may get the bo- we had the con- i told you we had to cut seventy five people from phase..
"fayette county" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Just not getting the trigger in the right spots. It's getting the trigger and the same spot every day. You know, that's why it was so much flooding. Luckily for the people in these Texas it kind of moved over to. Ah, Louisiana, But my buddy lives in watch Louisiana just just east just south of I 10 and and just east of Lake Charles, and he's just swamped. I bet they are. I bet they are. I know that that storm come through. That's the one it was over in. Fayette County. What was that? Third, not a Houston and listen, Victoria Houston Boma away over that way, So it's kind of moved to the East now, But if this thing comes up in here We We do have enough moisture that won't It'll kick off some storms and and bring us some bright be bringing some gusty winds with those storms. We had that four or five inches of rain. We had A few days ago. I guess that was Wednesday. Make, um You know, it wasn't like that. It wasn't like real. We had lightning and thunder, real hard rain, but it wasn't like a 50 mile an hour wind or anything. Now we've had that kind of deal for us. We just it was just the pouring rain downpour. When you had that we had a downpour. Hard downpour. We had probably 60 70 Mile an hour wind. Yeah, we didn't get anything like that. I don't need anything like that. But I don't know. My boats are out today. I expect him to know I expect him to catch. You know, we're still getting the promoting staff for a few kingfish. Not as many as we were two or three weeks ago, had gone out of far. You little scamp group or, you know, maybe some sharks But now I don't hardly see any big sharks right now. Attorney start coming to the docks where we're fishing..
Michigan's Wayne County certifies election results after first failing
"In Wayne County after a split vote earlier behind the Wayne County Board of Canvassers, leading to the failure of certifying the county's November 3rd election results And after hours of public comment, the Wayne County Board of Canvassers unanimously Voted forward and nothing to certify the results of the election. Now Biden won Michigan by 146,000 votes. The Trump campaign has claimed irregularities in the vote count in the Detroit area. Accusations that local officials have strongly denied in Georgia, A second county has uncovered a trove of votes not previously included in election results. But the secretary of state's office says the additional votes won't change the overall outcome of the presidential race. Their memory card that had not been uploaded in Fayette County, just south of Atlanta, was discovered during the hand tally of the votes. That memory card had 2755 votes not enough to flip the lead in the state for President Trump. On Monday, election officials said Floyd County in northern Georgia, had found more than 2500 balance that hadn't been previously scanned. State officials say the margin between President Trump and Joe Biden will be about 13,000 votes when those previously uncounted votes are accounted for three
"fayette county" Discussed on WDUN AM550
"Those says the pandemic has put a different spin on things that she police across Georgia usually expect a rash of car break ins. But with fewer people driving and shopping in person. That number may be down. However, more of us are ordering gifts online from home. So porch pirate activity could be up more than ever. Interesting to see what happened. What We're going to see more of because of how things have changed because of the holidays and cove in that started. County police Sergeant Theodore Works on W A L B TV, he says. If you're home set up alert, so you know when your packages delivered and get it off your porch. If you're away, ask neighbors to pick them up. We've got a good bid of education news. Over the last few days, nearly 400 high school students from Gwinnett County Public schools have been recognized for being bi literate. The school system says more students earn the Georgia seal of bi literacy in Gwinnett County this year than any other school system in the state. Now to receive that seal, students have to receive a B or higher in all, required language arts classes and demonstrate proficiency and a second language by passing a state approved assessment. Wdun news time. 6 34. So let's talk elections. President elect Joe Biden's margin over President Trump is narrowing a bit in Georgia because of a mix up over uncounted ballots in Floyd County and now in Fayette County. Gabriel Sterling, with the secretary of state's office, saying after the Floyd County votes were tallied this week, the president was behind Joe Biden by 13,378 statewide. Sterling, also acknowledging that illegal votes have been cast, but he did have a caveat for that single election in the history of man cost they will be illegal votes cast. We have not seen any evidence of 13,378 of those cast. Now Fayette County have found a memory card that had not been tallied on November 3rd over 2700 votes on that memory card. All counties have until tonight at 11 59 to complete a hand recount of presidential ballots from the election. Conservative group is planning to spend millions to help Georgia Republicans when they're runoff races on January. 5th, the nonprofit group known as the Club for Growth, announced plans to spend $10 million in Georgia to try and help Republicans retain the Senate majority. The organization hopes to boost the two GOP candidates, Senator Kelly Leveler and Senator David Perdue to the top in the upcoming January 5th run off elections, according to the Washington Examiner. The organization, says, quote the races are about control of the Senate and preventing an increasingly radical Democratic party from undoing every American institution and instituting socialism. Leffler faces Democrat Raphael Warnock and produced takes on Democratic challenger John OSS off Rebecca Hubbard GNN now back on November, 3rd voters, and Lula approves Sunday sales of beer and wine and sales of alcohol by the drink. But so far, vendors haven't been able to take advantage of those new rules. City Attorney Joey Homan says the county has certified the local election but so far hasn't sent verification to him something to the city showing that the results of Referendum or certified. Because that's when the Sunday sales would be permitted. Homans telling City Council members Monday night the notice should come by the end of the week. There's more news that access Wdun I thank you. BJ forecast is B J mention coming into this? Not in schools we thought was still on the cool side. We'll get a look at that and see what it shapes up to be. As we go into the weekend and.
Atlanta - About 2,700 Unscanned Fayette County Ballots Discovered in Georgia Election Recount
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Atlanta - Uncounted votes discovered that shrink Biden's lead in Georgia
"To conduct an audit of its presidential election results, a second county in the state is discovered more votes that were not counted in the original tally. Georgia Public Broadcasting, Stephen Fowler reports the ballots slightly shrink Joe Biden's lead. Suburban Fayette County failed to upload a memory card of early votes that included nearly 2800 votes. The mistake was caught because officials saw more ballots were counted, then were reported in results online. Four of the votes were for President Trump and the Republican leaning county. So Biden's lead is now just under 13,000 votes. Secretary of state has called on a northwest Georgia election official to resign after another. Several 1000 votes were never even scanned counties across Georgia have until 11 59 Wednesday night to complete their audit for NPR
"fayette county" Discussed on WTVN
"Go to vote Ohio dot gov. And you know what day it is going to arrive in your mailbox and you know once you mail it back in that has been received by the board of elections, And so they're all these safeguards in place. Ohioans know they can trust absentee voting. So even though the president raises these concerns about the security of the process, those may be valid in other states, but not in Ohio. And I've been very clear about that. Well, and I think that's because I didn't even realize that you and I had talked on the phone a while back. Um I'm one of the six pack shows but when it comes to the presidential election Each state runs their own voting for that. That's not a federal thing that is all done within your respective state, you know, and even in the state, it's done really at the county level. That's where the rubber meets the road at each county Board of elections. You've got a bipartisan team and right, it seems like in Washington Republicans and Democrats can't agree that today's Friday but at your county board of elections to Republicans and two Democrats run your county board of elections, and they work really well together. And they actually make it happened. Even this week, we had a special election in certain counties about 13 counties throughout the state. I was down in Fayette County, and you can't tell who the Republicans are who the Democrats are. They're just people that are making sure that every voice of every voter in that county could be heard. That's really where the magic happens at the county level. Of course, we aggregate those numbers up at the state level, and then that's how we figure out who's gonna win at the federal level. And then just real quick, too. If somebody says Hey, you know what I do Want to be a poll worker on this fall? How much training do they have to go through? What's that process? Not a three hour training. They set it up on Saturday afternoon, or they do it in the evenings. The board of Elections will train you. They'll pay you, but more important than any of that. You're helping us defend democracy. Listen, we've run elections during tough times before and we're facing challenges right now. But to run an election in the middle of a pandemic. We need particularly young Ohioans to answer this call to duty. Sign up to be a poor worker. It happens that photo hyo dot gov. Your county Board of Elections will train you and pay you and they'll send you to a polling location close to home so that you could do an important duty for your fellow Ohioans. Perfect. All right. We got one more segment to go and we'll get back at it. Next. Thesixty back on NewsRadio, 6 10 W TVs a buddy come in against employees win 1000 bucks 12.
"fayette county" Discussed on WTVN
"Near mile marker 1 24 dense fog for 71 down there Fayette County, as well as on 70 at Madison County of the construction zone Traffic sponsored by Pella, windows and Doors, the heat is on. And if you're a drafty old windows aren't helping you stay cool. Then it's time to call paella right now get 50% off installation or 48 months, no interest financing. 877 98 paella paella columbus dot com. Traffic and weather together, powered by temp star and customer on Johnny he'll Lundy's radio 16 w TVs. Maybe. See six. First one. A meteorologist and Michael Good Tuesday morning, everyone we're gonna be dealing with temperatures on the cooler side today and tomorrow 78. Today we have early fall this morning giving way to most of cloudy skies and a few spotty showers. Maybe a thunderstorm popping up today High of 78 Today Tomorrow 79 mostly sunny. Weather is powered by the basement doctor. Mostly cloudy. Still, some had she falling out there. Now 64 in Clintonville, 65 year severe weather station news radio 6 10 that would UTV and called the police responded to know less of four different shootings last night and this morning. In one case, shots were fired at police officers that were already at a homicide scene that happen along Solara Drive just after 10 PM In another case, a 13 year old boy was shot along Taylor Road, the victims in stable condition at nationwide Childrens. Yet another incident, a home was struck by about 100 bullets along Edinburgh, Dr. No one was injured. Their parents across central Ohio continue to push for normalcy for their kids. This upcoming school year. ABC six is Mary Smith says. A demonstration in New Albany Monday called for a return to the classroom. The district says last week it gave parents an opportunity to sign up for virtual learning. Only 23% did it says 77%.
"fayette county" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Now on the free I her radios this is Matt research nine minutes past four o'clock we have a severe thunderstorm warning that is in place now for part of southeast Indiana this is for northwestern Franklin County in southeastern Indiana and Fayette County east central Indiana severe thunderstorm located near Rushville moving to the east twenty five miles an hour you got sixty mile per hour wind gusts quarter size hail with this thing and minor hail damage to vehicles is possible you can expect wind damage as well to trees and power lines and the areas that are in the path include Conners ville blooming Grove Columbia Metamora and Andersonville in Bentonville so again severe thunderstorm warning continues for northwestern Franklin County south western Wayne County in the central Indiana N. Fayette County in the central Indiana until four forty five this afternoon I met Reese news radio seven hundred WLW feeling good its skyline time seven hundred WLW sexual injury hazy these are big big bombshell words that you hear in today's news and usually it's associated with something like you know studio head or maybe disgraced morning show host.
All of California ordered to shelter in place over coronavirus
"The porch the app is Clark County commissioners issued a shelter in place order until April seventh Georgia coronavirus cases total at least two hundred eighty seven now with ten deaths ranging from a forty two year old woman in Albany to an eighty three year old man in Fayette County the national picture of California governor's directive thirty nine million residents there to stay at home and the state department's historic warning that Americans should not travel out of the
"fayette county" Discussed on WTVN
"Breathing was state thanks in part to a quick thinking bus driver in Fayette County it happened Friday morning in Washington court house says Katrina self was on her route and happen to pull up with the baby was not breathing self another driver on board so she was able to get off the bus and administer CPR she was able to get the baby breathing again and stayed until EMS arrived in Ohio school district is making plans to accommodate trans gender non binary students this Cincinnati public school board met Friday to discuss a fleet of proposed a gender inclusive bathroom policies for the district transgender and non binary students already allowed to use the bathrooms other choice in Cincinnati public schools but no formal policy exists members also discussed the gender neutral bathrooms which they hope could be included in the plans for all future CPAS buildings I may see Jepson to bank robberies in Columbus Saturday runner investigation one taking place at the Kemper financial branch on High Street the other the Huntington bank location on Morse crossing the two robberies are connected Ohio state students raised over one point six million dollars for pediatric cancer patients at nationwide children's hospital during this year's Buck I thought former university of Akron and then a full football player Matthew cherry is at the Oscars tonight with hopes of winning the award for a short film hair love for more news listen to the daily diet the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily dive each day in the I heart radio app or wherever you get your favorite podcasts I'm John Gallagher.
"fayette county" Discussed on 600 WREC
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"fayette county" Discussed on KTRH
"Veteran general Joe Weber, who's now the district court judge in Fayette county, judge Weber will share his personal thoughts about liberty so a lot of good stuff. But the if you of been anywhere around Fayette county for years, the black cat, choir and the party and the dancing begins, and then about two thirty we're gonna have the raffle winners, and then we'll get to hear from Catherine in Sebring again, and then I'll have my closing remarks at about three thirty and then we'll wrap it all up at four. So from one to four o'clock you want to come to the big party the brand grand opening party. Come see me today at liberty helpful garage. Here we go. Barbara and spring is promises up next Barbara. Good morning. So I hope you can hear the sound better than a lot of people, I work with this morning. Anyway, I don't speak German, but I do have a garden problem. I hope you can help me what I have a huge live oak, which I want to keep a live oak night. A dead oak, and I have a bunch of lead and its branches that are on my roof. The problem is I need a new roof and I need to get the branches off. It is covers approximately my whole back yard and I need an Arborist or a horticulture as that can help me do this without killing. No that that's affordable. Tree service. Especially if you live in spring, and Ceesay for them to get spring. Okay. Yeah. That's up. Probably a half day's work, the work easily. But they're very at this time of the year. They're very conscientious about how trees are pruned. So as not to stress them out further during the heat of the summer, wonderful, one of their specialties, and if that means diving in and doing a deep root feeding along with that trimming off of the roof. Listen to their advice on that. Okay. Barriers, because it may have they can do ru barricading. They don't like to do Roop. That sounds weird. No tree company likes to do ru barricading, because it is a very hard job. But. Then let them advise you whether they think that's necessary or not. And they like affordable tree service works what we were just talking to Hester about they work actually kind of, in close relationship with companies like root wall pro because they need to they have to transfer work to each other. Because like rule all pro doesn't do tree work. Right. But affordable. Tree service, admittedly doesn't like doing Rubare king, they'll do it, but it's more expensive having a tree company do barricading than it is a route barricading company. Okay. Same thing. Foundation repair companies foundation repair companies overcharged for route barricading to realize they don't wanna do it. Well. Well, it's funny. But they don't wanna do it because there's like, there's no guarantee that they can keep the tree alive after the trauma of the trenching of that route system, the only one that can kind of make that guarantees the rue barricading company, and if they can't guarantee that they can keep tree alive, and they don't take the work. Sure. And when we come back from the break for everybody, I will give out the phone number four, four DoubleTree service, but up against the news break here at the bottom of the hour because I took too long to talk about the brand grand opening party. So in the meantime, I still looking for somebody who can speak German Nikki. Yeah. I'm gonna give you the spelling right after the break you tell me, whether you can pronounce these words or not. Okay in Germany, seven one three two one two KTAR, h in the meantime, here comes the news as kinky as it sheep. Garden hose kid Randy with brandy lemon. Houston zoo traffic..
"fayette county" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Impressions did you see on the ground stamp cases? There have been like tripod marks where there was some type of projections. That may have held the object at certain angles one case where object had been seen by many many people over a large area came down into wooded area and several days later, several hunters found with the object of landed in a gully, and it was a very unusual even to be able to. To come across where the thing. Why is it found a very good place where probably would never been saying? No, one about air traffic controllers, you say that they wouldn't have some things to. Many findings. Of course, not only here. Throughout the world of being reported. By competent, observers pilots, air, traffic controllers cases, where the objects have been observed visually and truck on radar at the same time and the sightings go on continually. Even though the public is hearing very little bought it. We receive allegedly hundreds of fightings here in Pennsylvania cheer, which we look into. And of course, when we investigate these cases, we find that a high percentage of these reports can be naturally explained yet each year there remained a number of cases that do indeed remain baffling. And the we feel they deserve very serious study in your opinion. Stan Gooden what about one or two of the most outstanding things that you've heard? Well, probably the most interesting case I've ever been involved in which has been a class classic has been written up throughout the world. Wasn't incident. I was involved in back in nineteen seventy three in Fayette county. Pennsylvania nineteen Seventy-three as you may be call with a major year for UFO settings in the United States and around the world and be sides. All the reports we are receiving here in Pennsylvania and a number of other states. There were many many reports of alleged Bigfoot sightings as well. These large hairy anthropoid type creatures, and we still do not directly connect Bigfoot with you, except there is a couple unusual cases where both Bigfoot or Bigfoot similar type creature and UFO's will observe in the same area about the same time in this one incident in October of nineteen Seventy-three there. We're about fifteen witnesses out in the world area will serve the bright red ball white defending towards the ground. And I.
"fayette county" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Are you a county? Are you a county Commissioner, I am giving you full name, Tom which county? I'm Tom Bjarnason. I'm here in Fayette County Down McGrane. Gotcha. Gotcha. Go ahead. Share your thoughts. Well, the thing about it is. Yeah. EMS and police take up a major part of everybody's budgets, and you know, we don't wanna cut that. But we somebody's gonna get cut somewhere. I mean, we're local government. You know, we see the people we serve every day. And they have that opportunity could take us and take us by the wayside. If we're not doing something. Good with what money we get from them. And I just like I said. An opposition to that legislation. You don't announce not a cap it? Just basically if approved if a city government if you as a county Commissioner wants to increase the tax rate above two point five percent, you'd have to go to the voters. You don't you don't want to be able to do that for Fayette county voters who can get their permission. Everything costs money. And if you've got a I mean, you know, if you gotta go county and do a budget where we're gonna I mean do do a boat, and it's not free. Now. I got you roads are roads take money to build parks take money to maintain. Absolutely. But I think a lot of tax payers just getting sick and tired of government officials digging deeper deeper and deeper into their wallets. I mean, it just seems only respect it just seems only respectful Commissioner that you would want to ask the public's permission. For their money. I like I said I've been doing this for almost thirty years and we've asked we've we've raised taxes when we needed money. You think about it is we're up against the clock here. Let me let me say this. You've been a county Commissioner for thirty years. Twenty on twenty nine right now, that's way too long. Well, I'll tell you what I I always figured that. If they didn't want me or I wasn't doing a good job. They'd get rid of. They will be absolutely do that at the pulse. That's that's how folks get rid of politicians. But when when the legislature has people changing off officers and we've got run on election here to Phillip Bennett feeder. Yeah..
"fayette county" Discussed on 600 WREC
"I want to hear from you. I want to hear from the guy driving in Fayette county on highway sixty four right now at about three to five I want to hear from you. The lady is about to go to the shopping center there in midtown. I wanna listen to you to say, but here's a couple of quick questions for you to kind of prompt some of the phone call see if we get some feedback from the listeners to questions, and then I'll get into some news of the day in the week. First of all in all your NRA magazines that allow the different publications you get they always have articles on an armed citizen defending themselves and the left the progressives. The great unwashed has we like to call them. They are always quick to say that guns calls more crimes and prevent crimes that guns calls more, death and damage and destruction than they do with protecting people and. Us by a good gun at a guy that the the bad guys are always always the one in the good guys are never are never able to to stop the bad guys. It's always it's always that. That's always their position is that that the gun caused more damage the guns caused more problems, and you read in all these publications, and you read all the time. Of course, the media doesn't give it the attention it deserves. But you hear a lot of times that the guns were used to defend a person defend the home to defend a child that a child even used a gun to defend themselves in a home. So there's all these situations out there. But you never hear about it for the media almost never it. Always takes these these gun publications to bring it to light to bring it to other people. So that's one of my first questions to listeners today is have you ever used your firearm to defend yourself? Have you ever had to use your firearm to defend yourself or a loved one? Even if. It didn't come to the point of having to discharge the firearm. Did you ever have to do that? Tell me about the situation. Tell me how how how it came about. How you were able to to do that effectively and what happened because of it did law enforcement get involved. Did it has to get involved with the just something that you it on your own and the threat left or or cease to be a threat, and that was the end of the story or if I get to it a little bit later. I have a story with didn't happen to me personally. Well, one of our employees had used deadly force years ago. And I'll share some of the details of that a little later if we get to it. But I love to hear from the listeners have you ever had to use your firearm to defend yourself or a family member or a loved one of some sort the next question. What's the best defensive pistol ever made? Do you think that's a trick question? Don't you? Well of is but everybody has their choice. Everybody has their personal favorites. But some of you rightfully so are more passionate about it than others. As a matter of fact, I posed this question to a friend not too long ago. He's a rusty old gunny sergeant and the Marine Corps. I asked him what was the best defensive pistol ever made? And of course, he carries a nine hundred eleven forty five and that was his answer was the nineteen eleven forty five. And I said, well, tell me all these carriers nowadays all the information. All these all these stories all this publicity, all this buzz about the Glock it's hard to argue the Glock pistol with their reliability in their functionality and at least their combat accuracy. So it's it's hard to compete compete with that what what say you about that in regards to your nineteen eleven and his his reply to me was will soon as Glock has won two world wars. They can come and talk to me about it and Touche that has something to say that has that says something, you know, the night too low and pistol has been through two world wars, and we are to know in the World War category. So that's a that's a question for you. So that's two questions. I'm going to start the show with today. Stack news. We'll get to as well. But any of the caller out there?.
4 shot, suspect dead in shooting outside Pennsylvania judge's office
"Dispute is getting the blame for a deadly shooting. Inside a municipal building in Mason town, Pennsylvania yesterday. Authorities say the gunman is dead this morning in at least four others, including a police officer injured when the shooter opened fire. Outside a judge office ABC's. Linsey Davis has the story shots fired inside the building police responding to a shooting at the magistrate's office in Fayette county. Just south of Pittsburgh Mel enter the lobby and begin shooting handgun police say he was on the docket for a domestic dispute hearing charged with strangulation Christopher Jones was inside the courthouse and told our affiliate W T E his firsthand account. He seen her come up with the guy and he went out bananas. Start shooting out there. They come in. And I didn't even know I was like we all jumped to the floor officials say a police officer on the scene shot and killed the shooter
"fayette county" Discussed on Here & Now
"This is fifty seven bills that really could be a comprehensive legislative package but they're being considered as fifty seven bills because that way there are fifty seven lawmakers who can campaign you know democrat and republican alike who can say look what we did to solve this crisis because it's really something that americans in every single congressional district care about very deeply but do you think there is a sense it might become a comprehensive fac at some point to get it done yes absolutely and the likely packages such and of course there's the question of what the senate will do i think it's likely that the the senate will end up passing a different version of this legislation it remains to be seen the house of certainly head of them the goal seems to be something signed into law before the twenty eighteen midterms so that everyone can get something done and be tell their constituents what they have been doing and just what about money for treatment and maybe even a shift away from considering these addictions criminal as opposed to considering them medical people talk about stigma all the time democrats and repub that doesn't mean there isn't some divide about how opiate addiction should be approached if at all from a criminal justice setting as you could guess republicans tend to be a little more hawkish on the enforcement side and democrats i would say tend to emphasize treatment more but by and large the two parties are in agreement on these issues and enforcement conversations at this point on capitol hill tend to revolve much more around illicit drug distribution and dealers as opposed to possession which people seem more willing than they have been previously technology that this is a disease and should not necessarily obviously that's not always true but should not necessarily be prosecuted in a criminal fashion that's live faster washington correspondent for stat linke to his writing here now dot org you can look deeper at these fifty seven bills led thank you thanks so much the opioid crisis has hit coal country particularly hard the decline of the industry putting added stress on locals but in fayette county pennsylvania where the ruins of an.
"fayette county" Discussed on Lawyer Talk: Off The Record
"Here we are lawyer talk off the record on the air we've got the usual crowd the usual suspects jerry lansky big beard little bill i like that so we got the lawyer the biker the beard little bit caused right billy oh billy billy billy when she's disappointed billy so i confess i've not told you what i'm going to bring up because i think you know you just deserve a little bit of applause so big beard and little bill jared they were they took the reins of felony trial down there in fayette county quiet down in fayette county i'm we're we're humble people here we really gonna talk about this yeah yeah all right what you're going to give it a look congratulations on the air because i think you know so often nobody ever knows when you win no no we won you won so there's that experiment you tell there's that experience there's a moment that you have now felt as you here you see the little light go on if you're watching the jury room you see it a little or somebody comes and says hey verdict clinton and then there's this there's this surreal moment that anybody who has tried a slows the case slows down everything slows down it's like it's like a it's almost impossible to describe i looked at the client and i was like as the words cannot so slow his wanna hear that no going here that's that's a bad one because that leads to guilty yeah but there's this moment when you walk into the courtroom and you guys probably can't even remember what your thought was is your approach ing your table with all your stuff out and you sit down it's like that just sort of happens you find yourself sitting at the table standing waiting on the judge to come in and then he announces that there's been a verdict and all right baylor go get the jury bring them in and you watch him committed as watching one by one and i can't look at any more you don't look at them i can't i was wondering that i told team look at them my last year but i think i whispered a gentle guilty i looked at a couple of people and i was definitely when he hit not guilty.
"fayette county" Discussed on Stuff They Don't Want You To Know Audio
"Suspected communist very suspicious so siemian booker and withers or they're kicking back information about their dim view of james form and and but book at his own controversy as an informer at me he was never paid but he had a relationship with the fbi and he explained that when he was interviewed by the washington post late in his life and said that that you know back in those days in when i went down south i wanted to come back alive and he very much feared the local yokels down there you know the police departments they were racist you know but the f b i had a little bit different reputation i mean this was the before all the stuff came out about hoover and how he tried to destroy king and really tried to try to infiltrate the movement as he did and so you know booker looked at the fbi as a friend and ally and he did some puff pieces for them you know and they they helped him out at times there's no evidence that i know of that he ever named names like some like ernest eventually got into but it really seems the best the best information is that that relationship was initially cultivated somehow through simeon booker ernest gets this idea that these are good guys sketchy from what he was doing fifty eight to sixty one but in nineteen sixty one the whole landscape down there in memphis you have the what they call the tent city operations where in the metro area there rural fayette county all these sharecroppers were trying to register to vote and they're.
"fayette county" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"The man or woman there was a man as it they want someone cookie what all right interesting yeah and two people basically said needle so that rather be alone okay that's interesting which they cheated neko's a little i was about to say like i don't want either either but but he's was achieving more interesting three people said that low selfesteem and unjustifiably cocky actually won in the same a just of unjustified bleak lucky to cover up for your insecure hey selfesteem order which are then i guess which manifestation do you prefer i'm not entirely sure like there's a cemetry to that that i love and they both come from not great emotionally stable places i don't know that i totally agree it's like bullying for instance bullying happens because they feel powerful when they're bullying you so even if like the need and or desire to bully all to mentally boils back to an insecurity the reality is bullying you makes them feel good it isn't like they're crying inside while they're doing it i wanted to be true that would be amazing but it's not true so that's the bad is so i'm not entirely sure the people that are unjustifiably cocky are always insecure they may actually be cocky about that thing that maybe the one thing that they really believe that they are good at and they need to cling to it so anyway agony relative and in fayette county i find i find those.
"fayette county" Discussed on Examining Politics
"Light up night we'll will have light up night it's always in november before the christmas holiday season begins and hundreds of thousands of people will jam a downtown pittsburgh to come and see the displays the different stores put up a different buildings put up there will be bands or be celebrations and again we have a wonderful downtown area that folks just gravitate to were obviously have a parade this week with the penguins there will be hundreds of thousands of people that will come into downtown pittsburgh for the stanley cup championship parade that the penguins will go go into town and phnom again it's you know we we we fought a war a couple of centuries ago to see who would control this point that were that were sitting in right now um when the french in the indian warned the french in indian were against the british in an a guy named george washington cut his teeth in the in this area so is a lotta history here and a lotta tradition and how valuable this the plot of land that were on right now is that's important and i think a lot of people but the the french in india more literally began this is where george washington was the battle the mananga halo was fought up the river eh in braddock right that's where general braddock fell a mortally wounded right although they took this poor guy on horseback all the way down to a fayette county and that's where they buried him but this was the the the french in indy india war it was the precursor to the revolution.