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Planned Parenthood says Missouri will not renew license to perform abortions
"The so clinic in Missouri. That provides abortion says the state is declining to renew its licence the Saint Louis Planned Parenthood affiliates, says Missouri's health department notify the clinic this morning before a court hearing Saint Louis Circuit Judge Michael seltzer is keeping place, a preliminary injunction that allows the Saint Louis site to continue to write abortions for now abortion rights advocates argue, the legal fight is part of a broader. Attempt by the state to block women's access to the procedure. But Missouri ficials raised concerns at the clinic was operating below standard and posed a risk to
Cleveland Clinic Hospital discussed on The South Florida Morning Show
"L. this is cool a baby girl have a much better chance at a normal life after a first of its kind surgery at the cleveland clinic hospital ficials say doctors performed an in utero procedure in february to repair spina bifida birth defect the nearly full term girl was born earlier this month without the setbacks often seen in such
Newark, Tarpon Nido And Bloods discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Twenty seven people arrested in connection with the massive drug sales operation around Newark, south twentieth street houses. US attorney Craig. Tarpon Nido says the gang involved in the drug bust. In Newark, was a large scale, drug operation reminiscent to drug gangs, and movies. They had a fast food style drive through window for quick and easy sale of these dangerous drugs. They had a shack in the back where they stored the drugs and the weapons that they use to protect what was built as virtually a fortress. The bloods, gang affiliated operation ran twenty four seven specializing in crack heroin, and cocaine ficials say they sold ten grand a day in
Mumps And Ayers County discussed on Mark Levin
"Ayers county jail. Officials say there could be a possible mumps outbreak at the prison, ten inmates have been quarantined ever recently starting to exhibit signs of the mumps virus, ficials say the air waiting test results on the inmates, but so far there. No confirmed cases no jail. Staffers are affected
California wildfire forces hundreds to flee Six Flags
"Angela amusement park in southern California is back open. Today, a day after an evacuation when a wildfire approach to BS Janet sham. Leeann tells us what happened at six flags park at Valencia officials quickly evacuated guests for safety reasons but fire ficials told some to stay in the parking lot due to road closures cloudy was stuck in heartburn hour. Was that frightening? Yes. Because the fire was getting big ponds. We're bringing this is one of several fires throughout the state fueled by strong winds at
European Union And Canada discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Stole Canada is banning single use plastic item the exact plastic items on the list, still not clear, but it could include plastic bags water bottles, and straws. Canadian ficials were poorly use the single use plastic bags band, that European Union approved March to combat
Measles growing in the U.S., largest number of cases reported since 1992
"Two. Federal health ficials say there were forty one new cases of measles recorded in the US last week. The CDC says the number of measles cases, rose. Four percent in the weekending may thirty first from the previous week the total number of cases in the US has now up to nine hundred eighty one so far this year. The World Health Organization says the number of measles cases globally with up three hundred percent in the first three months of twenty nineteen compared to the same period last year. Allison keys,
"ficials" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"On Tuesday morning, triple eight seven to seven K. So yesterday, the American Taliban, John Walker Lindh was released early amazing after seventeen of, is twenty years sentence. They just let him go. I guess because of good behavior and people are including us. We're a little perplexed by that. But the New York Times apparently has a little different spin on it. Yeah, expect of the times has bad talking about the release of John Walker Walker. And they're basically making their their to his defense attorneys here. They say hard to imagine now, after everything that's happened in the brutal decades sense. But there was a time when we were fairly cozy with Taliban, of course, we know this famously there's pictures of, you know, Donald Rumsfeld, and these were trotted out constantly during the administration for much of the nineteen nineties when an earnest bookish, California teenager named John Walker Lindh I felt himself drawn to the. Study of his Lomb. The United nice you'll have the ads. A friendly telling the United States lent its support to plans by an American led group of businesses to develop an oil pipeline that would run through Afghanistan, this would require negotiations with the Taliban, the world's most oppressive Muslim regime, government officials who had misgivings about human rights abuses in Afghanistan largely kept their reservations to themselves not long before in the Reagan era. The term Mujuhedeen had a heroic ring to it. These were fierce noble Afghan. Warriors are president assured us fighting with limited resources to liberate their country from Soviet oppression. Now, of course, you get the tone of this, which is Lind is just a just a teenager. No big deal. And it was really these Republicans that we were friend, the reason why we're friendly with these oppressive regimes. They ficials stance, of course changed after September eleventh. And this is one thing. I didn't know or didn't remember at least about this case. All these events of September eleventh were all, but unimaginable in mid two thousand when Lind age nineteen decided to travel to middle the Middle East studied the Koran so they are making the case and not explicitly saying, but insinuating, at least that Lind joined the Taliban before nine eleven by a good year or so, so at this point, while certainly some of unladen was known in certain circles of terrorism. He it wasn't like the main headline of the United States that the Taliban were it was was was a bad group of people, and someone who's a teenager could easily think that it's not necessarily the worst thing in the world. Now, of course, you have September eleventh happens, and we should talk about maybe Jason's in today. I think he is because he was doing. He was doing your show, right? Yes. Unleashed Jason Butler, who was actually there when he was there when John Walker Lindh was at with the captured him. He was he was there like when he was waterboarded. He was there like he was. He's a former military guy and was the one waterboarding. I asked him I said. True. He won't tell me, but he did say. But he was like, I don't know if he was in the room, but he was there. He saw the guy he he had his, we gotta talk to work with the guy who waterboarded. Oh, totally John Walker. Lint. Interesting. I'd like to work with someone who wanted to Jeffey. Yes. That really resent would not be fun now. We all work with people who waterboarded stupor gear. Thank you. Ensure board at insured surfboard. Yes. Right. It wasn't water. I was waterboarded with a chocolate shake, which is far too. For that treatment. Wanna go back on YouTube and find today, the consequences of the decision, of course, John Walker Lindh are a matter of public record at two months after the twin towers fall in six weeks after United States, dropped its first bomb on Afghantistan a few hundred Taliban soldiers held us prisoners of war in and fortress stages. Uprising over the next eight days. All eighty six of those prisoners would die, as well as a great number of their jailers, a main man named John spam. Michael sped, Johnny Micheal Spanos. His actual name, who was serving a CIA advisories, the first person who died in that war. And of course, they found that one of the people was an American John Walker lid now, this is their take on the whole prison. Riot thing, which is one of the big issues with Lindy houses, getting out of prison. He was responsible for the death of, of CIA and the first death in the Afghan war. They say there was no evidence that this young American had taken an active part in the violence. In fact, it was later determined that he had been hiding in the basement for the bulk of the conflict. I don't know. Ever heard that makes me laugh a little bit. Yeah. The Taliban sheltered Osama bin Laden, after all, and therefore every better of his regime, no matter how inconsequential was a terrorist at well as well. They go out and say that basically Lind was a, a teenager didn't even know. The Taleban was bad, when he joined had no role in this at all gets twenty years on fairly is their case like shouldn't even have that. So he gets twenty years, which was a plea agreement, and then he's released and people are going to give him a hard time on it. And he should be out of prison. That is the case of the New York Times. Now to me, it's interesting because I think this is a positive for our country and our system. And it's the type of thing that I as much as I don't like when it goes wrong like this. It's something I'm proud of when it comes to the United States, which is the guy served his term he served his time he got twenty years now, this he did get seventeen years because of good behavior that was part of his sentencing from the beginning. If he had good behavior he would be out there saying. It doesn't matter fees reformed or not. There's nothing he can do Trump yesterday came out and said, look, I went, I asked is there anything I can do about this. And they said, no, there's nothing I can do about. So. President doesn't necessarily have that kind of power and shouldn't do that to inning of your enemies. Yeah. As president. Right. You could say, oh well, I think is a real risk and keep them in prison forever. Yeah. That would not be a good development. So the fact that we're letting him out while I think, in this case is really bad, because it does seem like reform reform. I mean even the media's not trying to make the case that he's reformed. His back is dead. Yeah. But if you look at his statements in the past few years, they're pretty friendly. Yeah. Yeah. I'm.
Trump approves additional deployment to Mideast to counter Iran
"Speer. The Trump administration is sending more troops to the Middle East to defend against what ficials say is an Iranian campaign to attack US troops in American allies, NPR's, Tom Bowman has more. The new deployments amount to some fifteen hundred troops include a fighter squadron, in a missile battery officials say the recent attacks in the region, including sabotage oil tankers, and a missile launch near the US embassy in Baghdad ordered by the highest levels of the Iranian government. Many Democrats are skeptical of the intelligence are asking, what is a policy objective of the Trump administration. Assistant Defense Secretary Katie wheel Berger, said the policy is to come up with a new nuclear agreement and stop some Orion behaviors such as supporting Hezbollah fighters our policy objectives remains to return Iran to the negotiating table to address more than just their nuclear. Program, but to address the range of their destabilizing behaviors
Fed Will be "Patient" as Low Inflation is "Transitory"
"Federal Reserve officials at their last policy meeting reaffirmed groups current stance that it is likely to remain patient, in terms of interest rate, policy, going forward, quite minutes from the Fed's April thirtieth through may first meeting released today. Ficials also discussed the mechanics, probably best structure their current holdings of several trillion dollars. Some fed members in recent weeks have said they don't think the fed needs to rush any changes in interest rate policy
Healthy diet cuts risk of dying from breast cancer in older women
"New research suggests adding certain foods to your diet and cutting back on fat, could lower the risk for women when it comes to dying of breast cancer, trim, the fat and eat more fruits and vegetables, maybe their risk of dying of breast cancer that according to results from the large federally funded study, women's health initiative. Researchers track nearly forty nine thousand women over two decades, healthy women who tweak their diets for at least eight years and had developed breast cancer showed a twenty one percent lower risk of dying compared to other women's who didn't modify their diets some health. Ficials say those findings are important, but more
Dog disease that can be passed to humans confirmed in Iowa - NBC News
"Health officials in Iowa telling dog owners about a disease they can get from their pets. The state veterinary said veternarian says they found several cases of canine russillo sus at the commercial breeding facility and marine Marion county that disease. Can be passed from dogs to humans ficials are working at tracked on anyone who got dogs from that facility that disease can cause infertility and stillborn births in dogs while in humans the symptoms include fever sweats, and
"ficials" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio
"Brett Brown may have a accent championship. He's forgiven. Ficials stations. Sixers. Talks to play basketball. But nobody wants to talk about how to get back into. What thing doing game five win change gifts for couple of seconds. We may do it back down the road. If if you want to but right now, and what one one comment about it, not the basketball, but the crowd actually gave three I was I was not a came for. It was an amazing crowd might call the stubhub crowd. I think pretty much all crowds in the history of sports for big game are going to be that Mike from now on because the propensity of the secondary market. People figure out season tickets this that the other than they wanna go to big playoff game. And they went out a couple hundred here goes so easy ticket stuff up. The secondary market for before you. Okay. But I do you think in your opinion, Michael Angelina, and you know, sports, and you love the Sixers you love the Phillies. It's cool. Do you think it's up to the crowd to fire up the team? What do you think it's up to the team to fire up the crowd? If you had to pick one of the two not saying there is an element of both to it. Right pick. The I'll pick a ladder up to the crowd to the team. No. I thought you said that okay? Reason I also think the crowd should show up ready to go I should show ready to go. But the team sleep walks out of the gate like they did today. I think people are paying big money. Whether it's regular tickets secondary market, whatever to come to a game. And it's up to the team have energy in fire them up. It was a great marriage on Thursday. Because team was great. The crowd was phenomenal. They kept feeding off each other. And I thought that fed Toronto out of the building Toronto bucket up, Nick nurses, furious. What happened they didn't show up? He said in play with intensity. What they did today. They came and took away the Sixers and the Sixers had no answers that answers part of the game. One push came to shove. What do you think happened? The desperate. I mean, look at how many minutes quite quite prior play coz, close forty five minutes. Six minutes. Needed this game. Yeah. Bacchus basically, the only they use the whole game made a couple of shots. The that's what you're doing. You're desperate. You play your best players today. My Scott was not the best for the Sixers. And this was okay. It's very well this series. But all right. If you wanna time in about the Sixers folks, eight seven to nine nine four nine four, I'm about problems and solutions of what would you say if you're Brett Brown game five, and we have nobody who has any offers of anything to coach same game five yet. Those will be the same people to scream if something happens something goes wrong. It's not up to you to tell the team what to do. But I'll tell you right now that the two things they have to do that mentioning any names, whether Joel I'm be this feeling well, obviously feels well Joel Embiid has to be healthy. And Ben Simmons has to be more motivated than he was today. More aggressive is Jimmy Butler said way more aggressive Tobias Harris shooting. You just gotta hope you shoot better. You hope you should have certain. Percentage you hope that in the long run. It comes out to that. Okay. Shooting new to thirty one game. And the better the next game. But Ben Simmons. Joel embiid. Joel Embiid the Sixers Batman folks, don't confuse him. Don't tell me the Sixers or to stupor star team because they are one superstar team not to. I love Ben Simmons coming school. He does very well certain situation. She's good player, but he has a flaw that flaw can be exploited. It was exploited today. Toronto getting the Sixers into a half court offense don't ever tell me. The Sixers to superstars because I want to tell you full of crap. Sixers have one superstar Joel Embiid. They have another player who at the right moments in the right kind of game can be very very effective. And does a lot of things. Well, he is not a superstar. He's an all star. I guess. Yeah. Because he does a lot of things. Well, but I'm not sure helps you win a big game. If the odds are up against you. Because you've got to take that to you. He he did not just gotta hope the players had the DNA to sense that something's wrong, obviously with Joel and Beatty nudity. Something was wrong and take the bull by the horns spent Simpson. Do that went to the line three times seven ten points for the series? Jimmy Butler was terrific again. JJ Radic try so hard and the and good for him. But but they're not gonna win the series Bentson. Today. And certainly not what you'll on being like he did today. So if you wanna talk about the Sixers eight seven to nine nine four nine four back to the Kentucky Derby, folks the. The thing about the race. And then the things that that bothered me the internet, and this is true for the derby. And other things the internet is basically where people can show their beer muscles, or whatever they want. They can type as much as they want Facebook or Twitter as much as they want stating whatever they want about whatever because there's they're hiding behind something. But doing that they're never gonna get answered you can respond to them on Twitter Facebook, whether you agree or disagree with them. But you can't get into an argument. You can't you can never propensity eight to say that you are what you're saying. And then stead behind your work. I must have got five hundred message on Facebook alone. How this horse should come down? How it's a travesty people go into all kinds of length about what even if they had no idea what they were talking about some did some didn't. And I said I'll talk about on my show tonight this when we never talked about horse racing. I wish she did. I said I'll talk about horse facing. If you time in about I'm not going to make a speech to a an open board. And then have ninety percent of my audience could care less about this. If you wanna talk about it. Let's talk about it. That's fine. I talked about a little bit not nearly as much. I thought I would be again, I'm not gonna talk to two ghost and. People said that the five hundred people that wrote to me that said he'd never should have been de queued. I'm never betting horse racing. Again, this ah black guy for the sport. This never should happen. In the Kentucky Derby, nobody's ever be de queued that the slop had something to do with it that it was cooling that something to do with it that. Wow. Lower the price on hobbies and that had something to do with it. Those people have all of a sudden gone away and hid behind the internet. The internet's wonderful thing. Twitter's wonderful, then Facebook's wonderful thing, Mike, but it gives you chance to hide it gives you chance to come out when you want and go away when you want and I have not had one solitary person. And after the show I'm going to tell people I'm going to tweet and Facebook about it that I gave everybody the chance to support their point. Maybe afraid of me afraid we're going to say you shouldn't be if you can support your point. I'm not gonna agree with you. I'm not going to bury you either. But you know. Make a point. If you want to be talked about on this station and enough people interested in that as they were in the derby yesterday once a year, you know, greatest two minutes sports, which is always one of my favorite two minutes. Sports bringing point to the table discuss it. But when you hide when you go behind that close to casper the friendly ghost. We're not gonna talk about anymore. So that does it for the night. Enjoyed it. Stephen Williams tying WIP Steve. But what? Yeah. What's up, buddy? Yeah. Nothing about the horse race. It was a good call. I agree with you. Harverson? Why did you think it was once you racing occasional or a big? Okay. Jewel. I watched it. And it was it was cut and dry. I agree with you. Somebody said the horse. Did it it wasn't Lewis is the rider, obviously, he's a very aggressive. Ryan is not a dangerous writer. It's the horse that veered out. Does that make anything different for you say, oh, well, I guess the horse got himself disqualified? I guess while has nothing to do whether it's intentional or not, obviously, if it's a borderline call maybe the stewards put it one way in my opinion, Steve took a long time because stewards had never disqualified horse in the derby. They didn't want to we saw all the interviews all the apprehension, but the longer it went the longer the Deke went if you've ever been racetrack. You know, the longer goes the more that the horses in trouble. Did you feel that way? Do you think you'd be cute after a while? Yeah. They. They didn't want that. They'd like you said they didn't want it to happen that way. But that's what they had to do. And they had to plan themselves. TV does a they went to the press conference. Didn't explain anything read a prepared statement like the world cares about church showdown stewards horse racing fans. Do but this is the one day you had the whole world in the grasp of your hands. Explain exactly what you did to people who wanna love horse racing and two. They never called an inquiry. If the steward's think something is wrong with the running of the race. They'll put a sign up inquiry, which means we wanna take a look at something doesn't mean anybody's getting D queued. They didn't do that. They left it to the doctors to object to me. That's a joke because it was obvious to anybody with two is what happened. Exempt something happened. It'd be a D Q. But that something had happened at the horse and moved out in the paths in a peanut somebody and the stewards at the church to be ashamed of themselves for both those counts cowards. They weren't because the increase sign not going up. This happened of the fun of the field. It wasn't something happened in the middle. I understand has been many derbies and having all those horses. You're going to have traffic trouble than other races. Don't have. But but that normal traffic normal this that the other I got blocked by horse when you have a moose path in couldn't clipped heels. You have a problem. They had that yesterday. Nor normal race inquiry would have been up right away, right patient, and listen, it didn't change any of the places. I don't think maximum security was the best. But that doesn't give you the the freedom to say on the best horse is going to world around and not people off one after the other because I'm the best. That's not attitude that that doesn't work in life horse rich that how do you feel because I take pride the horse racing has had video replay forever. We L about baseball basketball. Gotta take shorter football. Obviously with the Rams game this year. Horseracing had it forever. People age that they were the first half this. They got it. Right. They got it right for that one chance to really not just get it. Right. But make it look. Right. And they blew that. They did. And my Sixers thing is I think with the big guy you could tell he wasn't healthy today. Something was wrong. Yeah. Yeah. The whole they just it affected the whole team and. But..
Flight Data Recovered From Plane That Slid Into Florida River
"The flight data recorder on an airplane skidded off a runway and into a Jacksonville river with about one hundred and fifty people aboard on Friday has been sent to allow for analysis and NTSB ficials say they recovered the device intact and are expecting good data from it officials say while everybody aboard the plane miraculously survived they made multiple attempts to recover pets of the passengers. They were in the cargo hold but could not be
CDC: Stop washing your raw chicken
"CDC tells consumers to stop washing their raw chicken. Really have to ficials once again warned consumers about the dangers of washing raw chicken before cooking. It citing the risk of spreading harmful bacteria to utensils or other foods. I find that some of the rules that my mom. Passed to me when I was a kid air all bunch of b s. Shing washing chicken just doing that for you. Here's the thing. Yeah. Chicken washer, Molly. I am too. But here's the deal Vinci washer, but I wash it in a contained area. And I don't I I make sure that everything nothing splashes in there's no contamination. Some people when you're washing your chicken, you just you're not paying attention. You're gonna pay attention when you wash your chicken here was a wives tale. Gail? Boyle told me when I was a kid. You can't eat raw cookie dough because it has exit and you'll end up with worms, and I like believe in natural. He's at your mom said that my mom. That's a straight outlying near kid, but you should have recognized that the moment cookie dough ice cream became a thing. True. I were when I saw Sylvester Stallone Throwdown six yolks in rocky. Tipped
Health warning issued after woman with measles went to 'Avengers: Endgame' screening
"Them. More info now coming out about the confirmed measles case in Orange County. The boy health ficials say last Thursday woman who went to midnight screening of avengers endgame. No, no at an AMC theater in Fullerton had recently traveled to country with widespread measles activity. She was considered infectious between April twenty third and yesterday. If you think you or someone in your family has been exposed to or has measles contact your doctor's office right away. This is highly risible. So this again was less Thursday vendors endgame AMC theater in Fullerton. The centers for disease control prevention are warning consumers not to wash raw chicken the agency claims that doing so will spread germs from the chicken to other food or utensils. Instead, the CDC says
Fraud, US And Mexico discussed on KCBS 24 Hour News
"Ice will begin DNA testing in cases, where ficials suspect adults fraudulently claiming to be the parents of children as they crossed the US Mexico border. Homeland security said the testing will be limited and voluntary pilot program will begin soon, but the locations along the border were not released immigration officials say that they have identified twenty nine families suspected of fraud since mid-april the test will consist of a cheek swab the results of which will take about two hours. I said the results will. Be destroyed and won't be used as evidence in any criminal case that may
Mildred Peres, JFK Airport And Dominican Republic discussed on 10 10 WINS 24 Hour News
"Flew four ten from the Dominican Republic landed at JFK airport, but passengers were delayed in arriving at the terminal because ficials were told there was a medical emergency possible. Measles scare on board. The plane was temporarily quarantined the family of passenger like Mildred Peres were left
SpaceX suffers Crew Dragon engine test anomaly
"Nine fifty ficials say space Xs new capsule had a problem during a routine test firing in Florida sending smoke up that could be seen for miles. CBS news space consultant Bill Harwood reports it's not clear if it will interfere with an upcoming manned launch vehicle was one of the ones that was built to carry for. This was a test article that had an engine malfunction of some sort or whether it might have been the SpaceX capsule that was launched back in March on unpiloted testified that spacecraft is at the Cape Canaveral air for station. They're getting it ready for another flight to test out, the inflight abort system of this rocket and spacecraft system. The company said that it is ensuring it systems meet rigorous safety standards and is
Second flu wave pushes this year's season into record-breaking territory
"US all the ficials say this year's flu season is longer than expected. More from FOX's Eban Brown. Flu season is now in its staggering twenty first week. Thanks to a surprise second wave of the virus. This is now the longest flu season in a decade. And it wasn't expected to be this bad this year the flu season started thanksgiving week and health experts notice the prevalence strain of the virus was one of the known weaker variants producing mostly minor illness. But then a nastier second version started turning up in tests in
"ficials" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"You. Then imagine doctors not being able to help you because there is no cure and to top it all off imagine. If health officials knew this super disease was spreading. But didn't tell anyone because they don't have to. It's a nightmare that is real. And it's happening right now across the country. We will go in depth also on the show for some parents and one Hollywood celeb-, the college admissions scandal just got a lot worse. We'll explain also who is Stephen Miller seems to have the year the president's when it comes to strikes immigration policies. Multiple reports even blame him for all the recent shake-ups in turmoil at homeland security is. Is he the shadow secretary and how much influence does he really have over the president and LA mayor Eric Garcetti returns to the KNX in-depth studio alive. Sit down interview he will join us at the bottom of the hour. But we begin with the mysterious superbug that has been spreading through some hospitals around this country. Now, you might not have heard of it because the ficials are not required to tell you. But why not with us now is Dr Kevin Kavanagh who runs the patient advocacy group health, watch USA, doctor first of all what exactly is this bug that we're talking about. And why is it proving to be so dangerous? Well, it's a form of yeast called ten Dida or used as a common infection, we use yeast to cook bread. But in this form when it's gains this type of resistance, it becomes extremely hard to treat, and it appears to be targeting more of the patients who are immunosuppressed in who are elderly just like a typical yeast infection. Unfortunately, we do not know fully what it is. And how it spreads because there have not been a lot of infections, of course, in some respects, thankfully, that's the case. But if we are not vigilant this could indeed spread and become a huge problem for patients. So yeah, any spread of this is bad. And it has been spreading popping up around the world butts, as we say hospitals don't have to tell you if they've found it. Why is that? Well, basically because they don't have to they're not required. And I think it is very short-sighted. They're more worried in my opinion about reputation in the short term effects rather than building long-term trust. These types of infections are becoming more and more common. The nightmare. Bacteria CRE has popped up. Now this organism, and I think we'll see more in the future and patients are going to start to get we're going to start to become afraid to go to healthcare facilities, unless they have trust in the silicon to tell them when these inspections and outbreaks are occurring do hospitals that have this infection, and I presume its many, and do, you know, for example, if any in California. Right now, I do not believe there are any in California that have you know, that this infection has been reported in. Okay. But when hospital does have this infection. Okay. So they don't tell the public. They don't tell perhaps the news media. Are they required to tell the government? Well, that would be depending upon the state. There is not a federal reporting requirements to this disinfection or for CR e which is a nightmare bacteria. However, some states will have requirements that they are reported, and that's one of the problems the CDC, for example, is hamster they cannot go into a hospital unless they're invited. The same is true in the agricultural side of things at the suit supply gets contaminated. They cannot go into the farm to try to decide what's happened in which farms are spreading the bacteria. So we have a real problem with federal oversight and assurance of safety in the United States. So this is hard to treat because it's resistance to the drugs. The antibiotics for years and years and years, we've heard the warnings about overuse of antibiotics, and you know, bacterial infections and everything like that. But is the fungus the fun guy is that new and they're more of those now. Now in a similar vein to this. Well, I think it's quite similar. I mean, we've seen problems with treating viruses problems, treating bacteria and problems with treating fungi all are becoming resistant to drugs therapy, the viruses. However, we do the best vaccines. Unfortunately, the vaccines some segments of the population are resistant to getting them, and we're seeing Nevil outbreaks now. So certainly we need to be very cautious. We need to use good hygiene. And we're going to have to find new ways of fighting these organisms of the Sungai may becoming about because of using anti fungal agents on crops, we really don't know yet and more research needs to be happening. But these organisms are topping up, more and more. But isn't producing that. The best reason Dr four the need to have greater transparency, right because of hospitals don't have to tell patients or the news media. And if they don't perhaps after depending on the stages reported out reported even to government agencies, then there isn't going to be this drumbeat to find cures. Because nobody knows that. There needs to be. Oh, definitely. And you're not gonna be able to outline where this organisms is popping up to good epidemiologic studies. Do good comparisons on what works what vents these infections, and how the organism is being transmitted one of the steering. Things is is that almost simultaneously this infection popped up in four different regions of the world. And these buds are not related to the same organism. But they're different prodigies of different types of families of these organisms. They have a different genomic sequence even though they're still candied orange. And so something happened to the environment that has made this organism start to arise. And so it's very scary. And we need to get more research Dr Kevin Kavanagh runs. The patient's advocacy group health watch USA, there's a big article in one of the paragraphs was about a hospital that did come across it. Facing died. And then they, you know, take body away take the seats away. No, it's on the floor. It's on the ceiling. It's on the walls to rip out the tiles because they couldn't kill it. And the the thing is Dr pointed out is that most people will never know about it because there's no requirement to report it, Stephen Miller. Now that is a name that has been coming up lately when you read about President Trump, and what is happening with the homeland security department. But who is Stephen Miller and how much power does he really have when KNX indepth continue..
"ficials" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Ficials state memorial for New Zealand. I'm an Kerik Fox News prime minister just into Artem says plans are being made they will be a national commemoration in a service. Howled in order for owners eland is together together and acknowledge the terrorist attacks on Friday. It will absolutely be the case. What we want to ensure is that we allow the time in the space the families to be able to bury the loved ones. Some families still are waiting for remains fifty people were killed by an Australian self-proclaimed nationalist when he opened fire at two mosques in Christ Church. Australian police raided two homes just south of where the suspect grew up. New Zealand police are looking at if the suspect had support or help. Investigators are getting useful information, according to Ethiopia's transport minister from flight recorders taken from Ethiopian Airlines flight three oh to the black boxes from an Ethiopian Airlines flight that crashed last week are in good shape. He says enough data has been recovered for April reports be released in just thirty days and shows quote, clear similarities with the crash of the same type of plane in Indonesia last October that crash last week killed all one hundred and fifty seven people on board. Fox's I use your Hosni reporting both planes were Boeing. 737 max, eight jetliners aircraft currently is grounded in most countries, including the US a pilot is dead after his small plane crashes into the backyard in riverside, California, east of Los Angeles spokesman saying the plane went down after the pilot reported engine problems the plane caught fire, but the flames didn't spread to the house. No one on the ground was hurt but debris caused minor damage to nearby homes. The NTSB is investigating what caused the crash. Chris Demeo, Fox.
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"August sixteenth through the eighteenth. In Watkins Glen New York about one hundred fifteen miles north west of the original site. This event is separate from another anniversary concert planned at that original festival site. Horses are back training at Santa Anita race track in southern California while testing continues on its main dirt track they're trying to figure out why so many horses have been dying there since December twenty sixth twenty one horses have been euthanized after suffering catastrophic injuries on Santa anita's dirt track while either training or racing Santa Anita closed its main track and training track. Tuesday, suspended racing indefinitely to check the dirt track. An initial inspection last week found no irregularities racing then resumed on February twenty eighth but then two more horses suffered fatal injuries. The loved ones of the passengers aboard the still missing Malaysia air flight three seventy or marking another year, and as AP's Charles de LA desma reports they're still looking for answers around forty people have got outside the Chinese foreign ministry seeking more information on the missing flight carrying their loved ones. It's meanings actually five years since the plane disappeared on a journey from Malaysia to Beijing with two hundred and thirty nine people onboard the two year long underwater, search effort by Australia, China and Malaysia was cooled off in January twenty seventeen another attempt made by the US last may also got nowhere. One relative says their rulers Malaysia might resume the search, but many a disappointed the ficials not giving direct responses. I'm charles. Radio news. Chicago grand jury indicts actor Justice smollet, Cook County, Illinois grand jury has.
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"He wants me while a new poll suggests the president might not have the support he needs for that wall. For Sanchez reports poll from NBC and the Wall Street Journal indicates that he majority of people ask do not want a wall. Fifty two percent say they are opposed while forty five percent. They say they are in favor of a wall. We should point out another interesting figure from this polling some sixty three percent of people ask believe that the country is headed in the Ron direction still the president and his team this weekend are threatening to go for another government shutdown. If the president doesn't get what he wants former Trump associate Roger stone set to appear rather in court in Washington Tuesday on Sunday stone said he would tell the truth about his communication with President Trump at didn't shut the door on the possibility of cooperation with special counsel. Robert Muller stone has been charged with witness tampering obstruction and lying to congress. The TV drama acting awards was spread out on Sunday night at the twenty fifth annual sag awards in Los Angeles. Jason Bateman took the top drama series actor trophy for Ozark. Yes, I'm really really proud to. Had such a kind acknowledgment from my peers for for for this park, Andro when the actor for female actor in a drama series for killing eve. This is us took a top TV prize best cast at a TV show for the second year in a row. It was a marvelous sweet. For the marvelous MRs Mazel best comedy actor Tony shalhoub, best actress, Rachel Brosnahan at the show won best cast in a comedy series backstage at the sag awards. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. Authorities in Virginia say they plan to return a twenty one year old man to Louisiana to face charges in the weekends shooting deaths of his parents and three others. Their ficials say Dakota theory at drove after the shootings to a relative's home.
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"Our fire. In queens, firefighters called to a home at eighty seven thirty sixty second avenue about eleven forty last night and removed. A fifty one year old woman from the burning building. She was taken to elmhurst hospital for smoke in elation and later died. Three others were taken a booth Memorial Hospital for smoke inhalation in stable condition. The woman killed a analog cause of the fire under investigation. Police are identifying the two people killed in a fire at a luxury co and midtown Manhattan at plays at the river house co reported shortly before five AM yesterday at the building on east fifty second street NYPD says the fire killed eighty nine year old John Mero and his eighty-five. Year old wife Mary six people are hurt in a carbon monoxide poisoning in. The Bronx ficials say the carbon monoxide leak was apparently due to a faulty boiler at twenty to sixty one Walton avenue and Fordham heights section of borough. Among those injured was a person taken out in critical condition in cardiac arrest and two EMT's. We're taking a Saint Barnabas hospital for treatment governor Cuomo's backing a plan to raise the states minimum age to buy tobacco an electric cigarette products from eighteen to twenty one. He announced yesterday. He will include that proposal in his twenty nineteen executive budget. President Trump says he's willing to share exactly what was said in the face to face meetings with Russian President Vladimir Putin. It was a great conversation. I'm not keeping anything under wraps. I couldn't care less. I mean, it's so ridiculous. These people make it up the president made the comments last night in a phone interview. With Fox News is Janine Pirro. This report is brought to you by Dr Lieberman's radio surgery, New York. Call two on onto choices for more information. And listen to Dr leader men's radio surgery show coming up next on seven ten WR sports. The Rams advanced to the NFC championship game. She said Vance to the AFC Rangers over the islanders to one devils skated passed a flyers three two two.
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"Me off. Kabaddi? Daddy's money. I went back to California. He gave it to a cab, dry luck. Here's president Ford himself rolling up his sleeves for the White House position. Say. What a trooper in ten weeks time forty five million more Americans got flu shots. The good news. Is that the fort Dix flu never left fort Dix? The bad news was that a wary post Vietnam public was left once again to doubt, the government and a matter of life and death Harvey Feinberg says it came down to the complexities of both risk assessment and intervention you could think of it as kind of insurance scheme, but the decision at the time didn't separate that insurance of producing the vaccine from the decision to go ahead and try to immunize all of the American public. This the difference between the odds and the level of risk, right? If the chances of an event a relatively small, but the risk is unthinkable. Governments are obliged to the safe side. You personally are never going to be in a hijacked airplane. That's flown into a building. But you still have to remove your belt and shoes when you fly in so to hundreds of millions of other people who are also not going to be in a hijacked airplane. It's a cost benefit ratio. Now, there is a difference in important difference. Between the likelihood that something will occur and the severity of the event. If it does occur. Interesting. The at the time. There was no effort to be explicit about these assumptions and part of what made it difficult over months was that they never ask themselves. The question if it changed what would lead us to do something other than what we are. Now on a course to do the ficials at the CDC and in the White House. Certainly understood the chicken little effect, which is to say when the government does take drastic measures. Just in case, if the sky doesn't fall a pandemic doesn't materialize they're perceived to have overreacted. So if they fail they fail if they succeed they fail. You're right. In fact, some people have even said if there had been a pandemic that year public health authorities would have been faulted for not having done enough to get actually get the vaccine soon enough. There is a kind of damned if you do damned if you don't character to these decisions in the end in public health. You weigh very heavily the protection of the public against this risk of reputation or future credibility, but one of the lessons of the swine. Flu affair was that long-term credibility. Also matters. The New York Times wrote a story to three major. The networks reported on something that happened early on a government announcement about a potential health crisis related to swine flu. Based on what the government told them were they responsible in the reporting where they have stereotypical. How would you characterize the immediate reaction from the press? What was especially fascinating at the time was the different ways in which the several news networks went about investigating the background for the story. John Cochran at NBC news was the lead in looking into the question of what's behind this announcement that there's going to be a serious pandemic. And the government has to do something. He used his White House connections to talk to many of the officials at the White House, and he found none of them enthusiastic about this. And he concluded that the politicians were forced to do. The bidding of the scientific and health experts. The other approach was Robert Pierpoint at CBS who received a call from his Atlanta bureau that there was dissent within the centers for disease control. And he talked to experts within the CDC a number of who told him that the decision to go ahead and announce a mass vaccination program was premature and unwise, so he concluded that there must have been a political motive this was after all an election year. And that there was something other than the science that was driving this choice. And it's fascinating when you review the actual coverage through the year that the difference in perspective framed at the outset persisted throughout the entire coverage of this story. NBC much more sympathetic to government CBS, much more. Critical of the policy choice. You know, we talked about another fable chicken little this one's the blind men in the elephant the reporting was skewed based on which beat the reporters. Ron and who they were accustomed to talking to it's a cautionary tale for journalists not to leap to their own conclusions based on talking only to one side of the argument and here in a way both were legitimate. It is true. Most government officials were very reluctant many experts within the CDC felt it was as yet unjustified. But the leadership of the public health establishment, the head of CDC, the secretaries assistant secretaries in what was then health education welfare, they felt compelled to protect the public. It was not a political decision. Dick new stat. And I who did a review for then the. New secretary Joe Califano looking at this episode in the immediate aftermath could find no basis for a political motive in these decisions. And in fact, it's not clear what the right choice is from a political point of view. You've mentioned that there were false assumptions made at the time based on insufficient data, and they went for an all in strategy to address what turned out to be a minor outbreak. But the question is did public health and government officials act correctly based on their lousy data. Did they act incorrectly? I guess what I'm asking is. Did they blow it I do think that things could have been done better? And they could have been done better in five ways. I they could have done better at laying the base for program review being more explicit about what assumptions they were making. And when they could revisit those choices. Secondly, they could have been. More realistic about the implementation, they never for example, got the US military involved in thinking about logistics of immunizing that number of people in that short a time third. They didn't manage the media with great skill. Most of the leaders at the time were people who had grown up in the print media era, and they were not as well equipped to deal with television fourth. They didn't wait enough the credibility in the long term for public health to have continuing effect on the public. And finally, they did make assumptions about the virus and about the epidemic of the virus that were not adequately scrutinized. So yes, things could have been done better. But at the heat of the moment certain actions had to be taken the key was discriminate. Dating between the things you had to do to prepare to get the insurance laid to be ready to immune is and making the decision. Separating the decision to actually begin that process based on what more you could learn army. Thank you very much. My pleasure. Thank you. Dr Harvey Feinberg is a physician the president of the Gordon and Betty Moore foundation and the author of the swine flu affair decision making on a slippery disease. Dr fine Berg's report said that in the end the politicians were just trying to do right by the public. Sure, there were missteps, but they were in good faith, not cynical plays for political gain the same. However cannot be said for twenty fourteen that's summer. There were two competing news stories a highly contested midterm election. And a surprisingly large outbreak of A Bola and west Africa. Matthew, Gertz, a senior fellow at media matters was watching both and started seeing something peculiar in that bowl coverage. There was rising fear of an outbreak not there. But here I I started noticing this in August of two thousand fourteen Kent Brantley knew the danger. But when an Ebola outbreak hit Liberia earlier this year, the Thirty-three-year-old doctor from Indianapolis stayed to fight it as did Nancy right bowl, a hygienist from Charlotte. You had two American missionaries who had been in west Africa. Who had somehow caught A Bola and were brought back to US medical facilities to be treated or Richard very hopeful news, Jeremy Wright bowl just spoke to his dad this morning. And the words they're using are cautiously optimistic I prayed that God would help me be faithful even in my illness. And around that time, you saw a sort of increasing attention to the disease not in so much as it was a lethal threat to lots of people in west Africa. But as to whether it was a danger to people here in the United States, Wall Street US airline, stocks tumbled today amid renewed fears any Bullock and spread by air travel. Just an end that ebbed and flowed, but then really picked up in October of two thousand fourteen and that's when we saw several medical personnel here in the United States who would come back catch the disease be diagnosed, and then an ocean of coverage followed that were.
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"WBZ news time five thirty mostly clear right now, thirty five degrees only in Boston right now. But we are doing up just to about forty five later today with plenty of sunshine on away way. Traffic and weather together coming up good Sunday morning to you November eleventh. I'm teeny gal WBZ news as always. Thank you so much for joining us. We appreciate it. Our top story at five thirty we begin with a raging wildfires on the west coast in northern California. Twenty three people are confirmed dead near paradise a town completely destroyed by what is being called a most destructive fire in California's history. Those wildfires up north have forced the evacuations of more than fifty thousand people and destroy thousands upon thousands of homes and businesses other buildings as well if ficials are saying don't be deceived by the law in the winds and for anyone who believes they are far enough away from the fires Buchanan. Sheriff Corey Cornelia says the community is preparing for the worst. Weather. Forecasts are predicting another one to two days of strong north northeasterly wind, which has the potential to create explosive fire. Meanwhile in southern California to people were found dead in Malibu still inside their vehicles. Many people are still unaccounted for red flag warnings are in place. Tomorrow night at seven o'clock Calabasas routed into Martin Gigi says he had been keeping a very close eye on the fire from his Belkin. And by the time he and his family decided to evacuate. The flames are about a half mile from his high cloud of smoke making its way right into our neighborhood. It's big and it's thick, and it's black and you could see the flames behind it. And that's when I saw the coyotes running up the street, President Trump is threatening to withhold federal payments to California saying the state's forest management is quote, so poor. He blamed the fires unquote gross mismanagement of the forest. Mark rice is a president of California professional firefighters. He says he was in disbelief when he heard about the president's tweets, I read a lot of what he writes is kind of entertainment when you can't believe the president of the United States would would write for tweet some of the things that he does and communicate that way. But then today, it wasn't as funny in it goes, it really goes back to it might be all fun and games until they come for you later on the president tweeted our hearts are with those fighting the fires the fifty two thousand who have evacuated and the families of the victims. They destruction is catastrophic. God bless them. All President Trump is also. Urging everyone to follow evacuation orders from state and local officials and Mr. Trump then tweeted with proper forest management. We can stop the devastation constantly going on in California. Get smart in other news today..
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"Seventy WFL ficials say there are more than eleven hundred people still missing after hurricane. Michael latest death toll from the entire southeast from the hurricane is around twenty nine, but that is expected to rise some of the missing or believed to be still alive, but could be staying with friends or relatives. Jerry Monroe, the central Puerto Red Cross says there are a number of post impact shelters, open golf and bay counties in the panhandle. She says the good place for hurricane victims asleep beat and more race than and can get metal medical care if they needed get mental healthcare. Lot of these people have been through a very traumatic. Situation they could get food and one of the most important things they can get in. Those centers is information Monroe says a lot of businesses are open and the Red Cross is purchasing supplies victims. As a way to help the local economy that has taken enormous hit from hurricane special counsel. Robert Muller reported lay set to release findings of is Russia probe in the two thousand sixteen presidential election. Bloomberg said that after the midterm elections Muller will issue what are described as core findings of the investigation into possible cooperation between the Trump campaign and Russia. Well as midnight arrived at each Canadian time zone it became legal to buy marijuana. The US's northern neighbour became the first g seven nation to legalize recreational marijuana people lined up in Newfoundland to be the first to legally purchase marijuana. The country's leaders are expected to announce today that they're going to begin giving pardons to anybody who was arrested for possession of small amounts of marijuana in the past. The new law allows adults ages eighteen and older to possess up to thirty grams of legal cannabis giving canvas to youth those a serious crime with penalties of up to fourteen years in jail. Mark Mayfield, NBC, News Radio and sports. The lightning knock off the Carolina Hurricanes four to two thanks to a tattered Johnson hat trick. Now play for the bolts tonight tomorrow night, the Detroit Red Wings. Visit LA that live right here on NewsRadio nine seventy WFL a four. Now, here's the Bloomberg market minute. This is a Bloomberg market minute. Investors have been trying to fight off a little day after syndrome and they've rolled back modest losses. Much closer to the flat line the Dow down seven points. The NASDAQ six the s&p is up three Bancshares rallying to offset the drop in tech shares IBM had disappointed investors. Snapping a run strong earnings reports and disappointing housing data is dragging down. Shares of Home Depot and home builders. Some strategists say investors, maybe booking some profits. On new tensions with China to as President Trump is planning to take the US out of a one hundred ninety two nation treaty, it gives Chinese companies discounted shipping. Rates for small packages sent to consumers. Investors to are waiting to read. Some tea leaves later this afternoon in the minutes of last month's Federal Reserve policy meeting. They'll be looking for more detail as to how policy-makers see the economy and future rate hikes. That means money could get more expensive Pizza Hut is discounting the price of a medium one topping pizza and some other items. I'm Joan Doniger, Bloomberg radio. I name on the door. You bet. I want things done a certain way every idea has to be best for the client back when I first got into this business financial advisors were mostly tied to those big name companies. They have that broad name recognition, but they were restricted in the products and services that they could offer. I just didn't want to do things that way. So even though people weren't exactly knocking my door down at first. I knew in the long run being independent would. Help me better serve my clients. So that is my.
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"Most refs ficials make less than five thousand dollars a year this stuff so it's not about making money why am i doing this i could get seriously hurt and and you know it's incredible we have other callers but always a pleasure and michelle is a ripped she's a riot she's places which is not my daughter oh i'm sorry i it was a different my daughter my daughter is my older daughter eliza she's also a stand up comic she's very funny too but yeah stone well to mistake i have another cup of coffee thanks thanks you bet my my my older one and she's been doing stand up comedy for number of years here in manhattan she's very funny trust me let's move onto a cliff and wilksbury cliff good morning you're on the fan good morning i literally on okay and long problem but i really believe that little league has job ninety percent of the fans are okay yep the small faction and they have not taken steps for fans that are abusive to banff and the or at least suspend them for economic games they've really turned a blind eye not cliff this is the problem i mean we don't understand why the league's dard studying basically standing fourth and saying look to the to the parents you have to learn that if you can't behave yourself and hold your tongue that we aren't on the band you zero talents but you're going to be gone for the rest of the season or whatever might be we just don't wanna see you there because you make it uncomfortable not only for the pirates but for the other parents and particularly it makes it difficult for the kids who are observing all this little league baseball i just don't know if they're doing enough as well i mean all these leagues have to release so to get together and say let's do something about this is a simple as that you know it's we have at one time we had the business district in the country markdowns so now we have about twenty active umpires and that's the district tournaments a sectional tournaments no work on five six nights a week you know and you're making twenty dollars a night for travel expenses it's just harder cooked is this abuse and it's i don't know i mean i mean it's just a to me say you go to somebody who has some who loves a sports fan and loves you sports is say hey here's an idea have you considered working the literally game will pay a few books for travel expenses you won't get make any real money off this thing but you have the opportunity verbally threatened and abused by parents that's a tough sell you know when i first started thirty years ago you had to wait in line to get the district goals they weren't honored on on on i hope there's an answer to because it's really the kids are paying for the kids the kids all the ultimate victims cliff thanks for the call you too i mean that's that's again we should talk about that the kids not only are they the victims because they get caught in the crossfire here but of course they begin to realize well this must be the way you're supposed to be hhave in sports because the parents come and screaming yell at the own pires or the game officials and the game officials seem to take it they don't seem to retaliate so i guess that's how sports are supposed to be played of course it's a totally wrong wrong message but again we're going through some power and leagues to say you understand we're not you know like for example you go to a lot of high schools these days and they have signs posted and say hey let let the kids play the games let the coaches coach let the officials do the officiating you just sit there and and and support and cheer the kids all those signs of great but we have to put some real teeth into this and say look if.
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"You're never more than fifteen minutes from the big stories on wcbs good evening i'm kevin ring comb thanks to know at six fifteen one president trump and kim jon non per both in singapore had their tuesday meeting the white house says final preparations are underway with ficials from both countries to the president's top economic adviser larry cudlow says the canadian prime minister stabbed us in the back he betrayed the whole g seven on cbs face the nation he slave justin trudeau for his criticism president trump band three governor cuomo slammed the federal government's response to hurricane maria puerto rico saying moore has to be done ahead of the next possible storm he spoke ahead of todays puerto rican day parade it's six sixteen wcbs an out of control garbage truck slammed into cars took down trees and hit a home in borough park steve burns says police arrested a man they say was driving drunk looking at this front porch with brick strewn everywhere in columns toppled over whoever is his god he was watching out for this man surveying the damage from an out of control garbage truck here in borough park says it's a miracle there were no injuries got bill dr which truck you know lucky no kids were playing anywhere nobody was sitting on stoop or something like that they would have been wiped out the truck was being driven by forty year old anthony castaldi who police say was drunk when they caught up to him running down the block not only did he take out the porch assign in some trees he also blasted through nine parked cars all of which have been towed from the scene his employer viking sanitation says he has been suspended in borough park steve burns wcbs.
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"Thirty fire ficials are cautiously optimistic they may be turning the corner on the south fire in santa clarita knx ten seventy s cooper rummell joins us live the fire is definitely starting to lay down a bit and officials are hoping crews can go on the offense strengthened lying around the fire two hundred homes are still being threatened and under mandatory evacuation orders one man who was evacuated says he's trying to stay calm when the flames are coming over the ridge line that's when i start getting a little bit nervous but i i'm not too worried because the fire is gonna burn slowly down the hill as opposed if i lived on the on the top of the rich i'd be nervous so but i'm on the downslope now there are multiple air tankers and water dropping helicopters attacking this thing from above and they are flying very low and close to neighborhoods that are being threatened in fact there's one st where nearly every houses covered and pink fire retardant flames were getting very close to homes but crews were able to protect every house in that neighborhood the fight will continue those the fires scorched one hundred sixty acres and continues to grow reporting live in santa clarita cooper rummell knx ten seventy newsradio the son of actor ryan o'neal and late farah fawcett is facing attempted murder and assault charges stemming from random attacks on at least five men in venison the palms area cbs twos rachel kim says redmond o'neil is now being held without bail after originally being jailed a month ago for what had seemed to be a one time crime on may eight o'neil with a rusted for an armed robbery at a seven eleven after his arrest police say the crime spree ended and detectives realized that o'neill matched the description of the suspect in the tax police say that in the most serious of those attacks on neil stabbed a man who is walking to his car leaving him lying in a pool of blood from wounds to his face and upper body the thirty three year old and he'll has also been in trouble.
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"Okay his head was in that cougars mouth tonight hospital officials tell us he'll be staying here at harborview for treatment and is in satisfactory condition so it's extremely rare for this kind of thing to have occurred horribly unfortunate in attacks so terrifying so rare it's only happened in the entire state twice in one hundred years this is the cougar deputies took the life of a thirty two year old man on a mountain bike ride in the lake hancock forest area today have a broken brokenhearted for everybody involved with this really kinda makes heart sink to think that something like this could happen and what their family and friends are going through steve nicol captured a cougar on his game camera just a few weeks ago in the same area but wildlife officials aren't sure if it's the same cougar that attacked the two men mountain biking out of nowhere at first the men fought it off relieved ficials say the cougar jumped out of the woods again latching onto a thirty one year old bikers head he had his whole entire head in the jobs of this of this animal and was was being shaken around as the other thirty two year old man tried to run away officials say the cougar chased after him and pounce treating the victim like he was a deputy later found the hundred pound cougar on top of the man the cougar it actually drug the victim back into the woodland he was there deputies say the lake hancock forest area is prime cougar territory so if you come face to face with the cougar don't run you want the cougar to think you're a threat not pray never run from a cougar standard ground scream holler throw things but don't run that is a very good reminder about where do we live and what is out here now back here are the hospital you can see exactly why this man is show lucky to be alive now that the cougar has been put down officials will do dna analysis to make sure this was the cougar that was actually involved.
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"News he sharing the information because not only was the payment legal it's not campaign money no campaign finance violation so they funneled through law firm funnel through the president repaid stormy daniels attorney michael ever ninety says he stunned in disgusted we've been talking about the fact that this was about the cover up and it was about the lies and it was about the deception and guess what it's all come home to roost sierra crawford wash all nine people on board an air national guard cargo plane that crashed on georgia highway wednesday or dead the c one thirty was being flown to arizona when it plunged onto a highway outside of savannah president trump is hinting that three american nationals held captive in north korea could be released soon alexandra field tells high level mystery ficials in the us who have also certainly suggested quite publicly that these hostages should be released in advance of that summit the national security adviser john bolton when asked about whether they would be released before the senate has said that it's something that north korea should look at very strongly and we know that the issue of this detainment was addressed directly by the secretary of state when he travelled to pyongyang for that secretive meeting with kim jong back over the easter weekend in connecticut say six police officers were hurt in an explosion that happened during a barricade situation wednesday the officers were hurt suffered nonlifethreatening injuries they were taken to a hospital police still working this morning to make contact with the suspect i'm elliot francis every business needs great people and the better way to find them something better than posting your job online and just praying for the right people who see it ziprecruiter revolutionized hiring their technology finds great candidates for you no wonder eighty percents of employers who post a job on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day.
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"Thing that kept both programs out you could have sold me you put usc and you consoled me louisville's the basketball decision you leave usc out one of the four schools with basketball ficials who were indicted you'll leave that program out it is awfully and totally obvious to me what is going on by oklahoma state also out the only school the got in is auburn and you can't keep auburn out there was just too obvious ridiculous an intentional in by the way if you're gonna do that then have not the stones not the guts have the character you still called educators you pretend stewards of amateurism you full moralists who collect money from athletes who don't get paid to walk out and to say it came up in the room they weren't good enough to override the stigma they're not in instead bruce rasmussen told jeff guben our friend will be on the show tomorrow covers the sport college basketball as well as anybody that the fbi probe had nothing to do with usc oklahoma state or louisville bean omitted quote it never came up in the room and quote don't believe you and doesn't matter.